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    Re: Should the US Attack AQ and ISIS on the Anniversary of 911?

    Quote Originally Posted by Cephus View Post
    Hey, liberals... they're not that bright.
    There have been some good ones before.

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    Re: Should the US Attack AQ and ISIS on the Anniversary of 911?

    Quote Originally Posted by MMC View Post
    Well, we can't take back what took place in time.....but we can take their Day away from them. Put them on the run.....have them crawling under the rocks they will need to hide under. We can take it to them on this......their so called Special Day.

    After we are done hitting them up like 5 years in a row. The last thing they will want to utter out their mouths is 911.
    I dont know how well people understand Middle eastern Muslims in general. I absolutely know they dont understand fundamentalists. Where Obama had it 'right' is that Al Qaida 'WAS' on the run and ISIS 'WAS' the Junior Varsity because they understood quite clearly that they were the moles in our own real life game of whack-a-mole. As long as they got that if they stuck their head above ground for more than a second they would get bashed with a hammer, they were staying in their caves. They didnt get all that base in their voice until after we announced we were NOT leaving a viable military force in Iraq and that we were in fact completely withdrawing.

    Muslims respect power. I dont care if it is the businessman that goes to the contracting officer over the general because the contracting officer has the authority to make the deals and sign the checks or if it is a military force responding in an unrestrained manner targeting the enemy. They may not LOVE it, but they respect it. What they DEPLORE is weakness. When you project weakness you are just painting yourself as a target.

    Bombing legitimate targets back to the stone age will get their attention. Do it every time they decide to crawl out of their hole will cause them to stay there. Obama has begun to recognize this, to his credit. If people are paying attention, ISIS has kinda slid off the front page since Obama engaged them. Thats a good start. Ironically...the diehard partisan bobbleheads ignore the fact that a significant number of democrats AND the commander in chief are clamoring for action and instead rush to 'blame' Obama's actions on McCain and the republicans. Funny how Obama cant get any liberal love for his own actions. Even when it is OBVIOUS it is his choice, they STILL want to claim...it isnt him!!!

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    Re: Should the US Attack AQ and ISIS on the Anniversary of 911?

    Quote Originally Posted by Luftwaffe View Post
    who knows, the easy but cruel way is just decimating Iraq and syria as a whole.
    Seriously?

    The only nation on the face of the earth to ever use a nuclear weapon not once but twice, and you authorize yet another "nuke 'em"?


    And then wonder why so many "terrorists" hate you.

    And so what if there's more civilians, mothers, children, father's, cripples and just people eking out a living, you need to feel "safe" when shopping on Black Friday.
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    Re: Should the US Attack AQ and ISIS on the Anniversary of 911?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jango View Post
    Which would start a chain of events that leads to government leaders sequestered under ground because above ground is on fire and is mostly radioactive.
    And another, more deadly and powerful terrorist attack somewhere down the road.

    Hell, this forum went ape**** over Putin mentioning his nukes, and now some Americans want to drop one, or two....
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    Re: Should the US Attack AQ and ISIS on the Anniversary of 911?

    Quote Originally Posted by VanceMack View Post
    I dont know how well people understand Middle eastern Muslims in general. I absolutely know they dont understand fundamentalists. Where Obama had it 'right' is that Al Qaida 'WAS' on the run and ISIS 'WAS' the Junior Varsity because they understood quite clearly that they were the moles in our own real life game of whack-a-mole. As long as they got that if they stuck their head above ground for more than a second they would get bashed with a hammer, they were staying in their caves. They didnt get all that base in their voice until after we announced we were NOT leaving a viable military force in Iraq and that we were in fact completely withdrawing.

    Muslims respect power. I dont care if it is the businessman that goes to the contracting officer over the general because the contracting officer has the authority to make the deals and sign the checks or if it is a military force responding in an unrestrained manner targeting the enemy. They may not LOVE it, but they respect it. What they DEPLORE is weakness. When you project weakness you are just painting yourself as a target.

    Bombing legitimate targets back to the stone age will get their attention. Do it every time they decide to crawl out of their hole will cause them to stay there. Obama has begun to recognize this, to his credit. If people are paying attention, ISIS has kinda slid off the front page since Obama engaged them. Thats a good start. Ironically...the diehard partisan bobbleheads ignore the fact that a significant number of democrats AND the commander in chief are clamoring for action and instead rush to 'blame' Obama's actions on McCain and the republicans. Funny how Obama cant get any liberal love for his own actions. Even when it is OBVIOUS it is his choice, they STILL want to claim...it isnt him!!!

    Other than that bit about BO peep having AQ on the run and that ISIS was the JV team.....I was good with it. BO never had AQ on the run.....the entire time they kept morphing and growing. ISIS is ISIL.....AQ in the Levant. Both the heads of ISIS and Ansar al Sharia are former members of AQ.

    Ansar al sharia attacked our people in Benghazi. Now as to all 3 looking to take kudos for what they do to the US.....they look to keep playing on this day. I am not so keen on them trying to compete with one another as to who can do the worse damage.

    Truly.....I think we could take this day away from them wherein they wont want to celebrate nor remember. We could give them more than enough to actually fear. Dropping Napalm on their ass will tune them Right in.

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    Re: Should the US Attack AQ and ISIS on the Anniversary of 911?

    Quote Originally Posted by MMC View Post
    Heya DH. I agree with having a sound plan. Use to be.....we didn't need to explain anything out Right before we were going to do something. What do you think about BO coming out to give a Speech on 911?
    He's pretty good at giving speeches, so sure. Of course, the right wing won't like what he has to say regardless of what it is, but a speech wouldn't hurt. I don't think he should lay out any strategy that may have been developed, however, as ISIS is likely to be listening.
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    Re: Should the US Attack AQ and ISIS on the Anniversary of 911?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dittohead not! View Post
    He's pretty good at giving speeches, so sure. Of course, the right wing won't like what he has to say regardless of what it is, but a speech wouldn't hurt. I don't think he should lay out any strategy that may have been developed, however, as ISIS is likely to be listening.
    Its already been leaked.....no boots on the ground. He wants 5 Billion to take the fight to them. Form the coalition and take it from there. Hagel went and visited Turkey yesterday. He says the Turks will decided what actions they will take.

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    Re: Should the US Attack AQ and ISIS on the Anniversary of 911?

    Quote Originally Posted by MMC View Post
    Other than that bit about BO peep having AQ on the run and that ISIS was the JV team.....I was good with it. BO never had AQ on the run.....the entire time they kept morphing and growing. ISIS is ISIL.....AQ in the Levant. Both the heads of ISIS and Ansar al Sharia are former members of AQ.

    Ansar al sharia attacked our people in Benghazi. Now as to all 3 looking to take kudos for what they do to the US.....they look to keep playing on this day. I am not so keen on them trying to compete with one another as to who can do the worse damage.

    Truly.....I think we could take this day away from them wherein they wont want to celebrate nor remember. We could give them more than enough to actually fear. Dropping Napalm on their ass will tune them Right in.
    Hi MMC
    I can see both sides of this,
    I'd love to see them punished on 9-11
    But I can see it as possibly stirring up a hornets nest.

    I'm glad I'm just a working peon not having to consider this!!

    My main concern is that the idiots in charge keep watching for problems
    on Thursday,9-11.
    We don't need another Bengazi!!

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    Re: Should the US Attack AQ and ISIS on the Anniversary of 911?

    Quote Originally Posted by MMC View Post
    Its already been leaked.....no boots on the ground. He wants 5 Billion to take the fight to them. Form the coalition and take it from there. Hagel went and visited Turkey yesterday. He says the Turks will decided what actions they will take.
    I thought he said we didn't have a strategy.
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    Re: Should the US Attack AQ and ISIS on the Anniversary of 911?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dittohead not! View Post
    I thought he said we didn't have a strategy.
    Well he changed that up and went with what Kerry said. That ISIS will be destroyed within 3 years. That we will degrade and destroy them. Plus we will form a coalition for the region. Which he has taken credit for.

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