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    Re: U.S. official: Bin Laden no longer greatest threat

    It doesn't matter who is the "greatest threat" what matters is that these threats are eliminated. We in the US are a free country, free yes even for savages like this douchebag.
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    Re: U.S. official: Bin Laden no longer greatest threat

    Quote Originally Posted by danarhea View Post
    I believe that bin Laden is still important, as he masterminded 911. This is why I am still for the Afghan War. If we do not deal with bin Laden, then those who died on 911 will have died for nothing. We owe it to the memory of those who were murdered that day.
    I used to think that way. But a wise business person knows not to throw good money after bad. A wise stateman/woman knows not to throw good lives into a mission that American society is unwilling to devote the resources and time needed to accomplish.

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    Re: U.S. official: Bin Laden no longer greatest threat

    Quote Originally Posted by Jetboogieman View Post
    So lets go back to the point at hand. You're arguing some how, that the only people in America who are good and that can "save America", are "Rightists".

    This assertion is incorrect, based on your own personal bias.

    That is all.
    Well it certainly wasn't the Leftists who made the United States the greatest and most powerful country in the world. They should stay with what got them there and not fall for the same craziness that has plagued Europe. Instead thy should use Europe as an example of how a people can become weak and dependent in just a couple of generations.

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    Re: U.S. official: Bin Laden no longer greatest threat

    Quote Originally Posted by Albert Di Salvo View Post
    I used to think that way. But a wise business person knows not to throw good money after bad. A wise stateman/woman knows not to throw good lives into a mission that American society is unwilling to devote the resources and time needed to accomplish.


    oh hey your back. ok.......
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    Re: U.S. official: Bin Laden no longer greatest threat

    Quote Originally Posted by Catz Part Deux View Post
    Not only that, we owe it to the brave soldiers who've already died fighting in Afghanistan, to finish the job.
    In 2001 Al Qaeda was a vertically integrated jihadi organization. In response to the Bush onslaught in Afghanistan in 2001-2, Al Qaeda changed its business model and became a diffused franchise operation.

    Obama says that there are less than 100 Al Qaeda members in Afghanistan. But those few terrorists have now tied down the heart of the US Army. In the meantime the franchise operation called Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula led by the American Anwar al Awlaki has become the greatest threat.

    Bin Laden accomplished his mission. He is history. Anwar al Awlaki, the Amriki, is now the threat that is most worrismome.

    He is able to reach into the heart of America and bring Americans to his point of view. This fact alone makes the conflict in Afghanistan futile.

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    Re: U.S. official: Bin Laden no longer greatest threat

    Quote Originally Posted by Albert Di Salvo View Post
    In 2001 Al Qaeda was a vertically integrated jihadi organization. In response to the Bush onslaught in Afghanistan in 2001-2, Al Qaeda changed its business model and became a diffused franchise operation.

    Obama says that there are less than 100 Al Qaeda members in Afghanistan. But those few terrorists have now tied down the heart of the US Army. In the meantime the franchise operation called Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula led by the American Anwar al Awlaki has become the greatest threat.

    Bin Laden accomplished his mission. He is history. Anwar al Awlaki, the Amriki, is now the threat that is most worrismome.

    He is able to reach into the heart of America and bring Americans to his point of view. This fact alone makes the conflict in Afghanistan futile.


    how is he able to "reach into the heart of america and bring americans his point of view"? seriously that's pretty silly.
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    Re: U.S. official: Bin Laden no longer greatest threat

    Quote Originally Posted by Grant View Post
    Well it certainly wasn't the Leftists who made the United States the greatest and most powerful country in the world. They should stay with what got them there and not fall for the same craziness that has plagued Europe. Instead thy should use Europe as an example of how a people can become weak and dependent in just a couple of generations.
    Intellectual decadence is like a communicable disease.

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    Re: U.S. official: Bin Laden no longer greatest threat

    Quote Originally Posted by Ikari View Post
    Well who do you think starts the wars? It wasn't the left. How much did we spend on that thing? How much are we still spending on that mistake? And all the rhetoric is for more. More more more more more. All that stuff costs money and lives. It's the religious...what now? Right? Oh yes. And what do they like? Religious laws. So and so can't get married because in the bible it says X. Blah blah blah. Give some of theose people their way and it'll be illegal to be an atheist in this country and no one could ever mention evolution (I'll never understand the anti-science folk). Don't sit there and pretend that you don't expand government, you just want it expanded in ways you like. The deficit is where it's at in part because of the right.

    Face it, the "right-wing" lost all integrity when it pulled a 180 on its principles. It's a big government, big spending, big deficit, big brother party.

    In short, the government is not the solution, the government is the problem.

    Well who do you think starts the wars? It wasn't the left.
    In WWI it was a Democrat in power, in WWII a Democrat in power, in the Korean War a Democrat in Power, in Vietnam a Democrat in Power, in the First Gulf War a Republican, a Democrat then bombed Iraq, and then a Republican invaded Iraq, with the approval of the Democrats.

    So where do you get the idea that it isn't the Left who starts wars?

    The main problem with the Left is that have no idea of their own history. All they do is try to reinvent themselves with the same tired crap we've come to expect from them. and crap which they appear to believe themselves.
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    Re: U.S. official: Bin Laden no longer greatest threat

    Quote Originally Posted by ReverendHellh0und View Post
    how is he able to "reach into the heart of america and bring americans his point of view"? seriously that's pretty silly.
    The internet permitted Anwar al Awlaki to take a devout American Muslim known as US Army Major Nidal Hasan and to turn him into a terrorist who killed 13 and wounded 32 in Texas in the recent past.

    The internet permitted Anwar al Awlaki to persuade a Westenized Muslim Nigerian to travel to Yemen where Al Awlaki now lives to train for the Christmas time bombing over Detroit where the bomb failed to fully detonate.

    The internet permitted Anwar al Awlaki to reach out to a guy named Shahaad who then attempted to set off a car bomb in Times Square in NYC.

    If silliness were money America would have lots of friends.

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    Re: U.S. official: Bin Laden no longer greatest threat

    Quote Originally Posted by Albert Di Salvo View Post
    The internet permitted Anwar al Awlaki to take a devout American Muslim known as US Army Major Nidal Hasan and to turn him into a terrorist who killed 13 and wounded 32 in Texas in the recent past.

    The internet permitted Anwar al Awlaki to persuade a Westenized Muslim Nigerian to travel to Yemen where Al Awlaki now lives to train for the Christmas time bombing over Detroit where the bomb failed to fully detonate.

    The internet permitted Anwar al Awlaki to reach out to a guy named Shahaad who then attempted to set off a car bomb in Times Square in NYC.

    If silliness were money America would have lots of friends.


    wait, are you talking about the terrorist or the internet itself, the internet=terrorism. that's your point?
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