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    Re: Osama Bin Laden killed: How the world is reacting

    "I liked what the PLO said." - Whovian

    You liked what the PLO said?
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    Re: Osama Bin Laden killed: How the world is reacting

    Quote Originally Posted by The Baron View Post
    "I liked what the PLO said." - Whovian

    You liked what the PLO said?
    What precisely about what they said was wrong or offensive to you? Personally I think Karzai was being a tool, and Hamas was being Hamas. Those were the ones I have a problem with.
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    Re: Osama Bin Laden killed: How the world is reacting

    How's this??

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    Re: Osama Bin Laden killed: How the world is reacting

    Quote Originally Posted by soccerboy22 View Post
    I mean were you honestly expecting anything different?
    Nope, but I was kind of hoping after they did that compromise thing with the elections thing. I would have thought they'd lay off the stupidity award for stupid comments. Thought trust me I am not a fan of Hamas they just keep doing stupid stuff and then they wonder why nobody takes them seriously Am I RIGHT....

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    Re: Osama Bin Laden killed: How the world is reacting

    As we rejoice in the death of this bastard we need to keep in mind that we as Americans are still at risk from radical extremists, and that that threat has gone from a 5 to a 9 or 10 over night.

    We all need to be on guard and be watchful where ever we go because our borders have been like an open gate and the Border Patrol has caught thousands of OTMs in the last few years and most of them are from the middle east.

    If you have a concealed carry permit use it and be ready to fight back.

    If you use your weapon place it on the ground and wait for police to avoid being mistakenly shot, as the bad guy.

    I have a lot of police friends in law enforcement and they have told me how to deal with this. When I first got my CC permit I became more aware of the awesome responsibility that comes with it. But I have been ready to put it to good use and I have been trained since I was 10 how to hit the target, and have no reservation in dealing with the bad guys.

    I don't miss what I am out to hit, with my Colt 38 super which is like a .357 auto. My Dad who was a War Hero in WW-II taught me well.

    I hope I never have to kill another human but if need be I will, and you should be too.

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    Re: Osama Bin Laden killed: How the world is reacting

    Quote Originally Posted by Councilman View Post
    As we rejoice in the death of this bastard we need to keep in mind that we as Americans are still at risk from radical extremists, and that that threat has gone from a 5 to a 9 or 10 over night.

    We all need to be on guard and be watchful where ever we go because our borders have been like an open gate and the Border Patrol has caught thousands of OTMs in the last few years and most of them are from the middle east.

    If you have a concealed carry permit use it and be ready to fight back.

    If you use your weapon place it on the ground and wait for police to avoid being mistakenly shot, as the bad guy.

    I have a lot of police friends in law enforcement and they have told me how to deal with this. When I first got my CC permit I became more aware of the awesome responsibility that comes with it. But I have been ready to put it to good use and I have been trained since I was 10 how to hit the target, and have no reservation in dealing with the bad guys.

    I don't miss what I am out to hit, with my Colt 38 super which is like a .357 auto. My Dad who was a War Hero in WW-II taught me well.

    I hope I never have to kill another human but if need be I will, and you should be too.
    Dude just leave.


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    Re: Osama Bin Laden killed: How the world is reacting

    Quote Originally Posted by TheDemSocialist View Post
    Dude just leave.


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    Re: Osama Bin Laden killed: How the world is reacting

    Quote Originally Posted by tessaesque View Post
    I'd like to see what Mahmoud Immanutjob had to say...as well as Kim Jong Il.
    He said, now the U.S. has no more excuse to be in the region.
    With all I've read today I don't at the moment where I got that. Sorry no link for now.
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    Re: Osama Bin Laden killed: How the world is reacting

    "What precisely about what they said was wrong or offensive to you? Personally I think Karzai was being a tool, and Hamas was being Hamas. Those were the ones I have a problem with." - StillBallin75.

    Nope. You're right. I read "PLO" and then read the message just above theirs. My bad!
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    Re: Osama Bin Laden killed: How the world is reacting

    Originally Posted by Pakistan
    “Pakistan will have to do a lot of damage control because the Americans have been reporting he is in Pakistan. This is a serious blow to the credibility of Pakistan,” [said security analyst Imtiaz Gul].

    But defence analyst and former general Talat Masood said the fact bin Laden was killed in a joint operation would limit the damage to Pakistan’s image.
    what fact that it was a joint operation?

    they had no idea the operation was in process since august

    the paks could not be trusted

    but what the hell, it's not as if they possess 100 nuclear weapons








    with that weak assed misrepresentation of the facts, masood will become a faux news correspondent in no time
    we are negotiating about dividing a pizza and in the meantime israel is eating it
    once you're over the hill you begin to pick up speed

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