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    Re: Unimaginable Horror In Tehran Today (Baharestan Square Massacre)

    Quote Originally Posted by DeeJayH View Post
    so obviously you do not see this as an internal affair anymore?
    Dear Leader enjoyed quoting Dr. Martin Luther King last week. Here's another quote from Dr. King:
    Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.

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    Re: Unimaginable Horror In Tehran Today (Baharestan Square Massacre)

    I'm not sure I agree with military intervention, but I certainly think the Iranians deserve more support than a strongly worded memo on a Saturday afternoon.
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    At least Bill saved his transgressions for grown women. Not suggesting what he did was OK. But he didn't chase 14 year olds.

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    Re: Unimaginable Horror In Tehran Today (Baharestan Square Massacre)

    Quote Originally Posted by celticlord View Post
    Umm.....we've done that.

    If this report is true, the response of the Islamic Republic has been to kill fellow believers.

    If this report is true, the response of the Islamic Republic has been to declare themselves the enemy of the Iranian people.

    If this report is true, the response of the Islamic Republic has been to declare themselves the enemy of Islam.

    This report must be confirmed, before anything definitive is said or done, by the US, by other nations, or by the UN. However, there should be no equivocation in response once this report is confirmed: the response must be clear, categorical, condemnation of the Islamic Republic.
    Condemnation means little to tyrants. The message needs to be more forceful than simple condemnation.
    "Loyalty only matters when there's a hundred reasons not to be-" Gen. Mattis

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    Re: Unimaginable Horror In Tehran Today (Baharestan Square Massacre)

    Quote Originally Posted by WI Crippler View Post
    Condemnation means little to tyrants. The message needs to be more forceful than simple condemnation.
    Reagan would bomb the Ayatollah. You think Obama's got the cajones to do something that proactive?

    This will end with Obama saying "Now, Amehdinijad, little leaders who axe their people don't get big leader toys. You behave for a month, you can have a nuclear power plant all your own. Now won't that be swell?"

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    Re: Unimaginable Horror In Tehran Today (Baharestan Square Massacre)

    Quote Originally Posted by WI Crippler View Post
    Condemnation means little to tyrants. The message needs to be more forceful than simple condemnation.
    It must be more than mere words--that is undeniable.

    It begins with saying "this we condemn." It proceeds to doing something about what we condemn.

    Getting small arms and lots of ammunition to the protesters would be an excellent next step.

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    Re: Unimaginable Horror In Tehran Today (Baharestan Square Massacre)

    Reagan would bomb the Ayatollah. You think Obama's got the cajones to do something that proactive?
    Really, I remember when Reagan faced the Ayatollahs he bribed them with guns.


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    Re: Unimaginable Horror In Tehran Today (Baharestan Square Massacre)

    Quote Originally Posted by celticlord View Post
    It must be more than mere words--that is undeniable.

    It begins with saying "this we condemn." It proceeds to doing something about what we condemn.

    Getting small arms and lots of ammunition to the protesters would be an excellent next step.
    And payback for the IEDs they sent to Iraq. Turnabout is fairplay bitches...
    "Loyalty only matters when there's a hundred reasons not to be-" Gen. Mattis

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    Re: Unimaginable Horror In Tehran Today (Baharestan Square Massacre)

    Quote Originally Posted by WI Crippler View Post
    And payback for the IEDs they sent to Iraq. Turnabout is fairplay bitches...
    Some specialty Claymore mines that say "Front towards Khamenei."

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    Re: Unimaginable Horror In Tehran Today (Baharestan Square Massacre)

    Quote Originally Posted by OxymoronP View Post
    Really, I remember when Reagan faced the Ayatollahs he bribed them with guns.


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    Really? Because I seem to remember the Ayatollah losing his entire family when Reagan ordered his assassination and we dropped bombs on his house.

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    Re: Unimaginable Horror In Tehran Today (Baharestan Square Massacre)

    Quote Originally Posted by jallman View Post
    This will end with Obama saying "Now, Amehdinijad, little leaders who axe their people don't get big leader toys. You behave for a month, you can have a nuclear power plant all your own. Now won't that be swell?"
    Thats why Europe was so glad we elected Obama. Now at least they don't have to feel too awful bad for sitting by and doing nothing about the worlds tyrants, since the leader of the free world will likely take that tack.

    First step however, is confirming the reports.
    "Loyalty only matters when there's a hundred reasons not to be-" Gen. Mattis

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