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    Re: ISIS Beheading and Crucifying Christians in Iraq

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    Re: ISIS Beheading and Crucifying Christians in Iraq

    Ah, a workers utopia or perhaps a happy Vaterland. Everyone works for the glory of the State.


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    Re: ISIS Beheading and Crucifying Christians in Iraq

    Quote Originally Posted by US Conservative View Post
    I dont see Christians or Jews doing this sort of thing. Scampering off to wikipedia to mention a red herring from the 1300's wont change that.


    Funny, I thoughts Hitler was a Christian?

    Hitler was a Christian

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    Christian Violence versus Muslim Violence

    And those Christian ministers are so good and pure...they would never molest a helpless child over and over and over and over and over and over again...and then deny it whilst their leaders cover it up.

    And I could go on and on.

    Oh, and since you mentioned them...Crusades - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


    As for Jews - the rules will not allow me to say what I think of what some of them are doing to the innocent Palestinian children.


    I am not getting into some useless which-major-religion-is-worse urinating contest...almost all of them suck equally in my book.


    The point is look at all the tens of millions of people that have been killed in the name of major religions...and still to this day.

    It's pathetic.

    These clubs are a COMPLETE and TOTAL waste of time.

    You disagree...fine.


    We are done here.



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    Re: ISIS Beheading and Crucifying Christians in Iraq

    Quote Originally Posted by Dittohead not! View Post
    Yes, what an ass... oh wait:
    How dare he take credit for what Bush accomplished?
    Live with your position then. So he is in fact a complete and total worthless tool that did absolutely nothing but NOT **** up the Iraqi troop withdrawal and claiming any type of credit for "ending the war in Iraq" would make him and anyone else a scumbag and a liar...right?

    So...Obama won the presidency in 2008, took office in 2009. Did all forms of diplomacy, intel, common sense, and responsibility simply vanish once he became president? Is it completely unrealistic to expect that things happen...the world changes, things that might not have been foreseen 6 years ago, and that a competent president and commander in chief might not be required to actually 'act'? We have been observing extremist uprisings (supported by this administration) for at least 4 years now since the Muslim Brotherhood took power in Egypt. The administration answer...celebrate the overthrow by fundamentalists in Egypt, encourage it in Libya, support it in Syria, and ignore it in Iraq.

    I guess it IS ok to just ignore it. After all...its not our responsibility that women and children are being butchered.

    6 years later...its STILL blame Bush and ignore the administration failings.

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    Re: ISIS Beheading and Crucifying Christians in Iraq

    Quote Originally Posted by DA60 View Post


    Funny, I thoughts Hitler was a Christian?

    Hitler was a Christian

    Were Stalin, Hitler and Pol Pot atheists? | Freethought Nation

    Christian Violence versus Muslim Violence

    And those Christian ministers are so good and pure...they would never molest a helpless child over and over and over and over and over and over again...and then deny it whilst their leaders cover it up.

    And I could go on and on.

    Oh, and since you mentioned them...Crusades - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


    As for Jews - the rules will not allow me to say what I think of what some of them are doing to the innocent Palestinian children.


    I am not getting into some useless which-major-religion-is-worse urinating contest...almost all of them suck equally in my book.


    The point is look at all the tens of millions of people that have been killed in the name of major religions...and still to this day.

    It's pathetic.

    These clubs are a COMPLETE and TOTAL waste of time.

    You disagree...fine.


    We are done here.



    Good day.
    Besides the Crusades which of these was done in the name of religion? THAT, is the wiki 1300 strawman I knew you wouldn't be able to help posting. Your comparison just does not hold up.
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    Re: ISIS Beheading and Crucifying Christians in Iraq

    More civilians killed on behalf of religion. When will it be enough.
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    Re: ISIS Beheading and Crucifying Christians in Iraq

    Quote Originally Posted by Gathomas88 View Post
    A minority which ISIS presently seems to be committing what amounts to genocide against.

    What's your point?
    he means not only christians but every living thing is under attack
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    Re: ISIS Beheading and Crucifying Christians in Iraq

    Quote Originally Posted by Eric7216 View Post
    Well, as soon as the US and allies invaded, the death rate in Iraq improved, infant mortality rates improved, and the population jumped from 22 million to 32 million very quickly. Lives were saved and a international menace was removed. And the leaders of 42 other countries agreed, as did, initially, all the major leaders in the Democratic Party.

    The problem was that during the 2008 campaign, Obama seem to think that it was 2003 and he got to do a reset on Iraq. No, you don't do resets, you have to make decision based on the current situation.

    While it is true that Bush did not extend the Forces Agreement it is also true that no one in 2009 and 2010 was giving Bush credit for ending the US involvement in Iraq. Obama claimed that he, Obama, ended the war. And Biden stated that Iraq was a major victory for Obama's foreign policy in 2010.

    And don't you think that it would have been wrong for Bush to sign an extended agreement with Iraq knowing that he was leaving office and Obama wanted nothing to do with Iraq? That doesn't preclude Obama reaching an agreement to extend American presence there.
    Yes, Obama/Biden did try to take credit for having ended the Iraqi war. The right wing soundly denounced him for that, saying that the troop withdrawal had been negotiated prior to Obama's election, which was true.

    I'm wondering where you got your information about the population of Iraq increasing so dramatically, and attributing that to lower infant mortality.
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    Re: ISIS Beheading and Crucifying Christians in Iraq

    Quote Originally Posted by VanceMack View Post
    Live with your position then. So he is in fact a complete and total worthless tool that did absolutely nothing but NOT **** up the Iraqi troop withdrawal and claiming any type of credit for "ending the war in Iraq" would make him and anyone else a scumbag and a liar...right?

    So...Obama won the presidency in 2008, took office in 2009. Did all forms of diplomacy, intel, common sense, and responsibility simply vanish once he became president? Is it completely unrealistic to expect that things happen...the world changes, things that might not have been foreseen 6 years ago, and that a competent president and commander in chief might not be required to actually 'act'? We have been observing extremist uprisings (supported by this administration) for at least 4 years now since the Muslim Brotherhood took power in Egypt. The administration answer...celebrate the overthrow by fundamentalists in Egypt, encourage it in Libya, support it in Syria, and ignore it in Iraq.

    I guess it IS ok to just ignore it. After all...its not our responsibility that women and children are being butchered.

    6 years later...its STILL blame Bush and ignore the administration failings.
    We're not ignoring it. Blame who you want, there is plenty to go around. The bottom line is that invading and taking out Saddam Hussain was a bad idea from the get go. If you want to blame the Democrats, be my guest. The were as much a part of it as the Republicans were anyway.
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    Re: ISIS Beheading and Crucifying Christians in Iraq

    Quote Originally Posted by brothern View Post
    I've seen the videos months previous. They're beyond disturbing. I'm not going to forget anytime soon.

    However this has only reached the news now that ISIS has reached Christian areas.
    Perhaps there is more intense interest now...and so?

    We are more invested in our hometown and state news than we are, generally, in news from other towns and states. What's going on where we are is so much more "real" and "personal." States that don't experience tornadoes or hurricanes are less attentive to them and their destruction than states that do.

    So much more so how and why we pay attention to what's going on in other countries. If the Christian connection makes what's going on more newsworthy and of more interest to more people, this is a good thing.

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