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    Re: American Who Recently Visited Pakistan Eyed in Times Square Bomb Plot

    Quote Originally Posted by Taylor View Post
    And until we get a better understanding of his racial views, we shouldn't rule out the white supremicist thing, either.
    Thats good point. The KKK is huge in Pakistan
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    Re: American Who Recently Visited Pakistan Eyed in Times Square Bomb Plot

    Quote Originally Posted by F107HyperSabr View Post
    What do we gain from a fighting the terrorist perspective my calling any Abdulh who commits a terrorists act against us an "Islamic terrorist" ? Does it help us prevent those attacks ? Does it help us find those people ? Does it make them go away a die ?

    NO NO NON and HELL NO !! All that it does is give the people who need to label somehing a an emotional word or phrase that they can chant, mumble, bark out and cover up their impotence in being able to personally strike back.

    Our parents and Grandparents had the DIRTY JAPS and those NAT ZEES to blame.

    Se we have our Islamo fascio terro Muslimo illegal Hispano Blacko pirates terrorists to balme !!
    Says the person who jumps at every opportunity to call law-abiding protesters "teabaggers".

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    Re: American Who Recently Visited Pakistan Eyed in Times Square Bomb Plot

    Quote Originally Posted by SgtRock View Post
    Your right, or he could be a pakistani jew. Why are people affraid to call things what they are? must we walk on egg shells even here on a internet forum.

    Faisal Shahzad is an ISLAMIC TERRORIST. There I said it. I must be some kind of islamophobe
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    Law enforcement in this administration are NEVER going to call him an Islamic terrorist.

    They'll probably call him a "misunderstood and oppressed person with middle eastern roots".
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    I could understand that if they were not fighting for Allah's cause. They themselfs tell us in the communications that they are fighting a holy war or jihad against us. So call them what they are, Islamic Jihadist
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    Yes it matters because islamic terrorist have declared war on the United States. They are our enemy whom we are at war with. We must identify them as the enemy or we can never win the war. Islamic jihadist declared holy war against the United States. How can we expect to defeat them if we refuse to identify them as who THEY claim to be and who THEY are. Simple enough for you. Years of military service and a propensity for plain speak have made it easy for me. I hope you find this post useful.
    Quote Originally Posted by Taylor View Post
    And until we get a better understanding of his racial views, we shouldn't rule out the white supremicist thing, either.
    It's completely irresponsible for law enforcement sources to speak to the motivation of the terrorist until they've had an oppportunity to interview/interrogate him. This is not a matter of being afraid to label someone what he is, but a matter of professional standards dictating how information is shared with the media.

    This guy could be many things. He could be mentally ill. He could be acting politically in regards to the disputed territory between India and Pakistan. He could be religiously motivated. At this point, you're operating off of his last name and country of origin to make statements that could have zero basis in fact. Unlike you guys, law enforcement officers and the media have a professional obligation to handle information properly.

    Don't let their job requirements get in the way of your preconceived notions about how we're dhimmis cowering to the Islamic menace, though.

    Carry on with the ridiculousness, you have it well-covered.
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    Re: American Who Recently Visited Pakistan Eyed in Times Square Bomb Plot

    Quote Originally Posted by Catz Part Deux View Post
    It's completely irresponsible for law enforcement sources to speak to the motivation of the terrorist until they've had an oppportunity to interview/interrogate him. This is not a matter of being afraid to label someone what he is, but a matter of professional standards dictating how information is shared with the media.

    Don't let it get in the way of your preconceived notions about how we're dhimmis cowering to the Islamic menace, though.

    Carry on with the ridiculousness, you have it well-covered.
    You're right Cat. Lets continue to ignore the obvious just like you did with that Islamic terrorist who murdered those soldiers in Texas.
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    Re: American Who Recently Visited Pakistan Eyed in Times Square Bomb Plot

    Quote Originally Posted by texmaster View Post
    You're right Cat. Lets continue to ignore the obvious just like you did with that Islamic terrorist who murdered those soldiers in Texas.
    Basis for this claim? Feel free to link to evidence that I ignored the obvious in the Ft. Hood shooting.

    We had several incidents when I was working for a police agency that were potentially terrorist situations. We had (potentially multiple) gunmen involved in a shooting incident in a television station in our area. We had a gunman (but at the time, we weren't sure how many people were involved) walk into a geneology library and shoot several people. We had several animal rights terroristic bombings in our community along with acts terrorism committed by a polygamist sect.

    You never really know until you've had the suspect in hand for a few hours what their exact motivations were.

    Law enforcement is never going to classify motives for a crime like these without having some time with the suspect(s). And, that's how it should be.
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    Re: American Who Recently Visited Pakistan Eyed in Times Square Bomb Plot

    Quote Originally Posted by SgtRock View Post
    Yes it matters because islamic terrorist have declared war on the United States. They are our enemy whom we are at war with. We must identify them as the enemy or we can never win the war. Islamic jihadist declared holy war against the United States. How can we expect to defeat them if we refuse to identify them as who THEY claim to be and who THEY are. Simple enough for you. Years of military service and a propensity for plain speak have made it easy for me. I hope you find this post useful.
    oh ok so if we called the Japanese Japanese instead of JAPS we would not have won WW II ? Look it is far more important to actually go and fight the gang of terrorists than to just have an emotional high from being able to call them some name.

    The Bush II / Cheney gang was really good at having names to call the Muslin terrorists but when push came to shove Bush II / Cheney spent the majority of our human and finacial resources playing wack a mole in Iraq while the missions went UN-ACCOMPLISHED in Afghanisan and Pakistan !!!

    And all of the chicken hawks spent their time sunning their iseless mouths spitting out islamo-fascio-terro-Muslimo-bado and all kinds of names and labels and the got less than nothing acocmplished.


    You don't wn a war with bumper stickers you will a war with action..
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    Re: American Who Recently Visited Pakistan Eyed in Times Square Bomb Plot

    Quote Originally Posted by Catz Part Deux View Post
    The yuck-yuck crowd is in rare stupid form today.
    You're the last person in this forum that should call anyone "stupid". Stay classy.

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    Re: American Who Recently Visited Pakistan Eyed in Times Square Bomb Plot

    Quote Originally Posted by Gill View Post
    Says the person who jumps at every opportunity to call law-abiding protesters "teabaggers".
    That's it. Lets make sure we call this person a misguided tea partier! Chris matthews threw out the theory that it was some type of right wing nut yesterday. When I first heard of the bomb, it was reported that the car was parked near comedy central, so it " could be" some type of protest.

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    Re: American Who Recently Visited Pakistan Eyed in Times Square Bomb Plot

    Quote Originally Posted by Gill View Post
    Says the person who jumps at every opportunity to call law-abiding protesters "teabaggers".

    I think that you better read the posts before you make such a false accusation again. I unlike some people am intelligent and once I was aware that there is a perverted meaning to the term "teabaggers" I put a moritorium on it. Wouldn't it be nice if we had intelligent people on the other side who learned what Socialism really is and how to use the term ?

    So instead of making false accusations why don't you go and find yourself a recent post where I used the term teabaggers without quotes!!! HAVE FUN!!
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    Re: American Who Recently Visited Pakistan Eyed in Times Square Bomb Plot

    So what is bothering you guys who claim that Obama administration does nothing to fight terrorism ? Is it the fact that in this case at least the prime suspect was arrested within 72 hours and now you cannot blame this on BO ?
    I do not recall the Viet Cong asking me if I was a natural born or Naturalized American before they shot at me, they just shot at all of us f107HyperSabr

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