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That the best ya got there hotshot? Maybe I'll take you serious when you can spell "ridiculous" correctly.

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Gee, someone else spells it the same way.

Patriot Nov 24 2007, 09:46 PM

“The Perpetual Excuse,” Post #45

Rediculous nonsensical questions.

Hmmm. . .

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It's absolutely hilarious the way Strife and Guest talk about the war, like they

  have this intimate knowledge of the inner workings of everyone and everything

  involved, including the terrorists. The Kool-aid must be powerful stuff.

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Fortunately for you, you don't have that problem. You're completely ignorant, so you can just accept everything W tells you. Ah, the bliss of ignorance!

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It's absolutely hilarious the way Strife and Guest talk about the war, like they

  have this intimate knowledge of the inner workings of everyone and everything

  involved, including the terrorists. The Kool-aid must be powerful stuff.

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and you, Bryan and 2smart are any different how? Please, explain in detail how you three are in any way different from the description that you just posted.

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It's absolutely hilarious the way Strife and Guest talk about the war, like they

  have this intimate knowledge of the inner workings of everyone and everything

  involved, including the terrorists. The Kool-aid must be powerful stuff.

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Lewis Black said it best when he said. "When it came to finding WMD's, why did they pick then to quit lying? Why didn't they just manufacture more "evidence" of WMD's?

Well said, indeed.

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Where would you suggest the attack be made?

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Let's go back to the quote from 2smart4u

"News Flash !! Terrorism knows no country. Pinhead."

So, naturally I asked the obvious:

"Then why did we attack the country of Iraq?"

I would suggest the when we decide to "attack" anyone it should be a decision based on facts while completely understanding the ramifications. Once an attack has been made, you cannot undo the carnage.

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It's absolutely hilarious the way Strife and Guest talk about the war, like they

  have this intimate knowledge of the inner workings of everyone and everything

  involved, including the terrorists. The Kool-aid must be powerful stuff.

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It's disgustingly sad that a dimwitted wanker like you insults the status of true patriots everywhere PatRat.

Try pulling your head out and learning something before you talk.

We were attacked by al Qaeda.

They are known to operate on over 40 countries.

Saddam was an enemy of al Qaeda.

We attacked the wrong country in the wrong manner, nitwit.

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Gee, someone else spells it the same way.

Patriot  Nov 24 2007, 09:46 PM

“The Perpetual Excuse,”  Post #45

Rediculous nonsensical questions.

Hmmm. . .

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Yeah, I've already been just about convinced "2smart4u" and "Patriot" are sockpuppets of the same troll--this is just another 'eccentricity' common to the two of them (and no one else) to add to the pile.

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It's disgustingly sad that a dimwitted wanker like you insults the status of true patriots everywhere PatRat.

Try pulling your head out and learning something before you talk.

We were attacked by al Qaeda.

They are known to operate on over 40 countries.

Saddam was an enemy of al Qaeda.

We attacked the wrong country in the wrong manner, nitwit.

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Wrong, pinhead. Saddam was an ally of al Qaeda, he gave them safe haven in

Iraq. You won't read that in the NY Slimes or other Loony Left gossip pages.

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Exactly. It's not like they have one main 'secret hideout' we can raid to save the day.

The sad thing is we're actually currently making things worse, not better. :lol:

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Build it and they will come. Just like Iraq.

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Let's go back to the quote from 2smart4u

"News Flash !! Terrorism knows no country. Pinhead."

So, naturally I asked the obvious:

"Then why did we attack the country of Iraq?"

I would suggest the when we decide to "attack" anyone it should be a decision based on facts while completely understanding the ramifications. Once an attack has been made, you cannot undo the carnage.

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No kidding numbnuts. Do you get it that the terrorists that we are fighting in Iraq are mostly from countries outside of Iraq? Iraq was as good a place to stage this battle as anywhere.

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It's absolutely hilarious the way Strife and Guest talk about the war, like they

  have this intimate knowledge of the inner workings of everyone and everything

  involved, including the terrorists. The Kool-aid must be powerful stuff.

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It's amazing the information that's found on the Loony Left blog sites. The down

side is it's all Kool-aid dreams.

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No kidding numbnuts.  Do you get it that the terrorists that we are fighting in Iraq are mostly from countries outside of Iraq?

Do you get it that there is more terrorism in Iraq now than there was before we showed up, "numbnuts?"

Iraq was as good a place to stage this battle as anywhere.

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You're out of your mind.

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Wrong, pinhead. Saddam was an ally of al Qaeda, he gave them safe haven in

Iraq.

Liar. Here's what the Senate Intelligence Committee had to say on the matter in September of 2006:

[bin] Ladin generally opposed collaboration [with Baghdad]. (p. 65)

According to debriefs of multiple detainees — including Saddam Hussein and former Deputy Prime Minister Tariq Aziz — and capture documents, Saddam did not trust al-Qa’ida or any other radical Islamist group and did not want to cooperate with them. (p. 67)

Aziz underscored Saddam’s distrust of Islamic extremists like bin Ladin, stating that when the Iraqi regime started to see evidence that Wahabists had come to Iraq, “the Iraqi regime issued a decree aggressively outlawing Wahabism in Iraq and threatening offenders with execution.” (p. 67)

Another senior Iraqi official stated that Saddam did not like bin Ladin because he called Saddam an “unbeliever.” (p.73)

Conclusion 1: … Postwar findings indicate that Saddam Hussein was distrustful of al-Qa’ida and viewed Islamic extremists as a threat to his regime, refusing all requests from al Qa’ida to provide material or operational support. Debriefings of key leaders of the former Iraqi regime indicate that Saddam distrusted Islamic radicals in general, and al Qa’ida in particular… Debriefings also indicate that Saddam issued a general order that Iraq should not deal with al Qa’ida. No postwar information suggests that the Iraqi regime attempted to facilitate a relationship with bin Ladin. (p. 105)

Conclusion 5:… Postwar information indicates that Saddam Hussein attempted, unsuccessfully, to locate and capture al-Zarqawi and that the regime did not have a relationship with, harbor, or turn a blind eye toward Zarqawi. (p. 109)

Well?

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Wrong, pinhead. Saddam was an ally of al Qaeda, he gave them safe haven in

Iraq. You won't read that in the NY Slimes or other Loony Left gossip pages.

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I or anyone else won't read it anywhere that prints the triuth because as usual you're wrong. Saddam viewed al Qaeda as a threat to his own power and did nothing to aid them. Try pulling your head out and learnong somethinf, WANKER!

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No kidding numbnuts.  Do you get it that the terrorists that we are fighting in Iraq are mostly from countries outside of Iraq?  Iraq was as good a place to stage this battle as anywhere.

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Gee, color me embarassed. I never thought of it that way. Thank Allah for George W. Bush. Idiot.

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Wrong, pinhead. Saddam was an ally of al Qaeda, he gave them safe haven in

Iraq. You won't read that in the NY Slimes or other Loony Left gossip pages.

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So then, cite your sources.

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No kidding numbnuts.  Do you get it that the terrorists that we are fighting in Iraq are mostly from countries outside of Iraq?  Iraq was as good a place to stage this battle as anywhere.

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Talk about numbnuts. When the biggest country in the world invades an Islamic country unprovoked by any attack, that makes for more terrorists. All the old ones are out there, but we're not paying attention to them because all our attention is diverted into Iraq.

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Talk about numbnuts. When the biggest country in the world invades an Islamic country unprovoked by any attack, that makes for more terrorists. All the old ones are out there, but we're not paying attention to them because all our attention is diverted into Iraq.

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All the old ones are coming to Iraq. That's where they can be terminated.

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Do you get it that there is more terrorism in Iraq now than there was before we showed up, "numbnuts?"

You're out of your mind.

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You're right there is more terrorism in Iraq. That's because all of the wonderful terrorists from all over the middle east are going there where they can be terminated by US Forces.

That is if people like you let them do their job.

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I or anyone else won't read it anywhere that prints the triuth because as usual you're wrong.  Saddam viewed al Qaeda as a threat to his own power and did nothing to aid them.  Try pulling your head out and learnong somethinf, WANKER!

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"triuth", "learnong", "somethinf" ?? I hope you weren't my student.

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Talk about numbnuts. When the biggest country in the world invades an Islamic country unprovoked by any attack, that makes for more terrorists. All the old ones are out there, but we're not paying attention to them because all our attention is diverted into Iraq.

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And you KNOW this how ??

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You're right there is more terrorism in Iraq.  That's because all of the wonderful terrorists from all over the middle east are going there where they can be terminated by US Forces.

You mean like Osama Bin Laden? Oh wait, your idea of terminating terrorists is to completely ignore those that actually attack us, apparently.

Moron.

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Just Strifey and company criticizing without proposing any solutions of their own.

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Excuse me? Solution: Bring the troops home.

Our occupation of Iraq has not done anything but make terrorism worse and more widespread. Iraq never attacked us. We deposed Saddam Hussein, a known ENEMY OF AL QAEDA, WHICH IS THE GROUP THAT ACTUALLY ATTACKED US. And to add insult to injury, we have stopped hunting the man who orchestrated the 9/11 attacks! The cherry on top is that we have lost most, if not all, of the respect of pretty much all of our allies.

It's time to cut our losses. The Iraq invasion was clearly a blunder, and asking our MILITARY to establish a democracy in a country too wrapped up in its own sectarian violence to be concerned with any kind of real lasting peace is absurd! That is not our troops' job! If the Iraqis are unwilling or unable to come together as a whole, then we're stymied. Can't you people understand that?

Forget the partisan bullshit. This is about removing our precious troops (don't forget that there are PEOPLE behind those guns of ours) from harm's way when there is no good reason for them to be there.

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