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    Re: who killed these babies ?

    Quote Originally Posted by ecofarm View Post
    Who is not inclined to disbelieve the Castro regime? You think that source is legit?
    I don't know if the source of the story is legitimate or not - however, not all illegitimate sources get the story wrong all the time.
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    Re: who killed these babies ?

    Quote Originally Posted by CanadaJohn View Post
    I don't know if the source of the story is legitimate or not - however, not all illegitimate sources get the story wrong all the time.
    You think the Castro regime's state media is a legit source?

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    Re: who killed these babies ?

    Quote Originally Posted by sawdust View Post
    While we can agree that Rwanda was a tragedy and the UN stood by and watched as millions were butchered, how would our interjection into their civil war furthered our interests? How did removing Hussain further our interests? What good is fighting in Afghanistan doing for our interests? One day we'll leave and they Afghanistan will return to being a nation of women abusing goat herders. I can understand military intervention to keep trade routs open. I can even understand taking revenge on groups that harm us. I don't understand how getting involved in Syria helps us. The use of chemical weapons is a savage act and one that no nation should support but unless Americans are threatened I personally don't think we should be involved.
    SOmetimes, you just have to do the right thing.
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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: who killed these babies ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Beaudreaux View Post
    You've brought up an uncomfortable truth regarding Iraq's WMD. And you're correct to bring it up.

    Iraq had no WMDs, remember? If they did have, I think it would be considered a comfortable truth. It would help to justify a war that most of the world was against. Of course most of the world agreed that there were no WMDs too.
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    Re: who killed these babies ?

    Quote Originally Posted by CanadaJohn View Post
    I don't know if the source of the story is legitimate or not - however, not all illegitimate sources get the story wrong all the time.
    Let's face reality. The Castro regime will gladly take the word of random terrorists if it is detrimental to the US.

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    Re: who killed these babies ?

    Quote Originally Posted by MMC View Post
    Who is ignoring it? Everybody knows now. They even have Al Nusra on killing an FSA Commander. There is no getting round they took what they wanted too.
    okay l am lying
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    Re: who killed these babies ?

    Quote Originally Posted by ecofarm View Post
    No, I had to google it and use google translater for the wiki page. I don't think you knew you were using the Castro regime as a source.



    When the Castro regime fails, run to RT? hahaha
    there are lots of different sources including teh video

    did you watch it ?
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    Re: who killed these babies ?

    Quote Originally Posted by apdst View Post
    SOmetimes, you just have to do the right thing.
    For whom? That's the issue. We are pulling out of Iraq and it's returning to the same Suni, Shia, Kurd separation that it had under Hussein but without a strongman to hold the country together. We have a puppet in Afghanistan who will be toast when we leave. In the mean time, all the money and lives we've spent there will only serve to teach us a valuable lesson. Nation building is impossible for outsiders. Nation building has to come from within.

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    Re: who killed these babies ?

    Quote Originally Posted by sawdust View Post
    For whom? That's the issue. We are pulling out of Iraq and it's returning to the same Suni, Shia, Kurd separation that it had under Hussein but without a strongman to hold the country together. We have a puppet in Afghanistan who will be toast when we leave. In the mean time, all the money and lives we've spent there will only serve to teach us a valuable lesson. Nation building is impossible for outsiders. Nation building has to come from within.
    1) We're pulling out too early.

    2) Though the country may still be a ****hole, there isn't an out of control crazy man threatening the region.

    3) WW2 taught us that sitting back and hoping things will work themselves out doesn't work. We could have waited another 20 years, but we would have gone into Iraq, sooner or later, only by then things may be so out of control that it would cost us 40,000 lives rather than 4,000.
    Quote Originally Posted by Top Cat View Post
    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: who killed these babies ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Medusa View Post
    you must be anti american

    if l make the same statement


    l have to be accused of being a hater

    these japanese babies were not ass

    a little heart
    The Japanese leadership was given a choice to surrender or be nuked. We all know what they chose for their people, not once but twice.

    It potentially saved thousands of American lives not having to invade Japan.

    They started it, the US ended it.

    Nothing heartless about that.

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