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

    Quote Originally Posted by Cephus View Post
    If you say so, although what qualified as a liberal in the past and what qualifies as one today are often very, very different.
    The definition of "liberal" is quite flexible. To a lot of self described "conservatives", a liberal is anyone who disagrees with them politically. It's a lot easier, you see, to simply dismiss any idea with which one disagrees as "liberal", and therefore bad, than it is to actually examine the merits of a particular issue.
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    Re: Should the US Attack AQ and ISIS on the Anniversary of 911?

    Quote Originally Posted by Cephus View Post
    If you say so, although what qualified as a liberal in the past and what qualifies as one today are often very, very different.
    Those are generally the ones I was referring to.

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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
    The definition of "liberal" is quite flexible. To a lot of self described "conservatives", a liberal is anyone who disagrees with them politically. It's a lot easier, you see, to simply dismiss any idea with which one disagrees as "liberal", and therefore bad, than it is to actually examine the merits of a particular issue.
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    Re: Should the US Attack AQ and ISIS on the Anniversary of 911?

    Quote Originally Posted by NIMBY View Post
    Yet you were outfront as a huge supporter of airstrikes MMC.
    I've already listened to people like you such as Krauthammer and Kristol who will never be accepting of anything your President does.

    He takes your advice, you strike at him on the flip side for repercussions.
    He doesn't take your advice, you strike at him for not bombing .

    Wrong again.....especially with just airstrikes. Which does nothing but push them around. Oh and I also stated nothing can be won unless there are those on the ground. Which from the beginning I have stated its not just our problem. Its everybody's problem. So save all that BS.....and just accept when your man BO puts his own feet into his mouth, and then starts doing the double talk and the Flip-Flop and Fry.

    Get use to it......as you will be seeing plenty of it for his last 2 years.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Hard Truth View Post
    Let's mourn and memorialize the death and destruction of 9/11 by creating more death and destruction!!


    The ultimate weakness of violence is that it is a descending spiral,
    begetting the very thing it seeks to destroy.
    Instead of diminishing evil, it multiplies it.
    Through violence you may murder the liar,
    but you cannot murder the lie, nor establish the truth.
    Through violence you may murder the hater,
    but you do not murder hate.
    In fact, violence merely increases hate.
    So it goes.
    Returning violence for violence multiplies violence,
    adding deeper darkness to a night already devoid of stars.
    Darkness cannot drive out darkness:
    only light can do that.
    Hate cannot drive out hate: only love can do that.

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    Darkness cannot drive out darkness;
    only light can do that.
    Hate cannot drive out hate;
    only love can do that.
    Hate multiplies hate,
    violence multiplies violence,
    and toughness multiplies toughness
    in a descending spiral of destruction....
    The chain reaction of evil --
    hate begetting hate,
    wars producing more wars --
    must be broken,
    or we shall be plunged
    into the dark abyss of annihilation.

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    Yeah yeah.....now you go turn on a light for them and tell them how much you love them. We will wait and see how that all works out.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by MMC View Post
    Wrong again.....especially with just airstrikes. Which does nothing but push them around. Oh and I also stated nothing can be won unless there are those on the ground.
    The American people point blank don't want troops on the ground--what don't you get about that?

    The crass politics trying to drive a wedge between the President and his liberal anti-war base is noted and I will continue to speak back to it .
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    Re: Should the US Attack AQ and ISIS on the Anniversary of 911?

    Quote Originally Posted by MMC View Post
    Yeah yeah.....now you go turn on a light for them and tell them how much you love them. We will wait and see how that all works out.
    MMC, we continue to see the
    GOP turn on that light you speak of and give ISIL and Putin aid and comfort on the world stage with their 24/7/365 back-biting.

    The only "strategy" I want the President to employ in public is to not tell this congress/Senate anything BEFORE he does it--as per current law.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by NIMBY View Post
    The American people point blank don't want troops on the ground--what don't you get about that?

    The crass politics trying to drive a wedge between the President and his liberal anti-war base is noted and I will continue to speak back to it .
    What don't you get about other countries putting people on the ground.....What don't you get about other countries being involved? Were you still confused. If we are using airstrikes then let them put their own people on the ground. It is clear you have no idea about strategy or tactics. Nor getting a coalition to do some of their own dirty work.

    Get it now? Do you have it figured it out.....now? How many times are you going to falsely keep trying to say that others are saying to put US troops on the ground? Did you want to try another stab at it?

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

    Quote Originally Posted by MMC View Post
    What don't you get about other countries putting people on the ground.....What don't you get about other countries being involved?
    You didn't say other countries--poor attempt to deflect.
    Were you still confused.
    Telling me I'm confused is another poor attempt to deflect from YOUR "strategy" of putting
    American boots should be on the ground, dying, and then you'd blame Obama for that.
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    Re: Should the US Attack AQ and ISIS on the Anniversary of 911?

    Quote Originally Posted by NIMBY View Post
    MMC, we continue to see the
    GOP turn on that light you speak of and give ISIL and Putin aid and comfort on the world stage with their 24/7/365 back-biting.

    The only "strategy" I want the President to employ in public is to not tell this congress/Senate anything BEFORE he does it--as per current law.

    435 children in D.C. afraid to put themselves on record before the election--I doubt if you support that .


    Nah as usual, what we see is Nimby always taking things out of context so he can throw up some smack on the GOP and the Right. The Norm.

    But as usual Nimby forgot about all those Demos that want the lights turned on and the Cockroaches cleaned out too.

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