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President Bush continues to protect us. He just engineered the release of 3 Americans that had been held by Columbian rebels. God bless our

Commander In Chief.

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President Bush continues to protect us. He just engineered the release of 3 Americans that had been held by Columbian rebels. God bless our

Commander In Chief.

It was a Columbian commando operation. What exactly did Bush have to do with it? For five years the rebels have held the Americans captive while Bush did nothing. Perhaps you should thank and bless the Columbian President Alvaro Uribe instead.

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President Bush continues to protect us. He just engineered the release of 3 Americans that had been held by Columbian rebels. God bless our

Commander In Chief.

President Monkey boy is an embarassing, dangerous malignancy who couldn't engineer three sequential sentences without buffooning. Dog bless the BUFFOON MONKUS!

Apparently, Bushdim was comfortably numb to any US hostage rescue. Read this slowy, deadender. You may want to apologize to the forum for your empty sloganism honoring a dangerous nitwit.

http://www.iht.com/articles/ap/2008/07/03/...US-Hostages.php

Contractors kidnapped by Colombian rebels were longest-held US captives in the world

BOGOTA, Colombia: When the drug-surveillance plane carrying Pentagon contractors Marc Gonsalves, Thomas Howes and Keith Stansell went down in rebel-held Colombian jungle in February 2003, it seemed like any public efforts to rescue them disappeared as well.

While France exhorted the world to care about the plight of French-Colombian hostage Ingrid Betancourt, and even sent a humanitarian mission in a failed rescue attempt this year, the U.S. government remained nearly silent about any efforts to free the men, employees of a Northrup Grumman Corp. subsidiary that has supported Colombia's fight against drugs and rebels.

Long before their rescue Wednesday, the three Americans — who were being flown to Texas to reunite with their families and undergo tests and treatment at Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio — had become the longest-held American hostages in the world.

Howes is a native of Chatham, Massachusetts; Gonsalves' father lives in Hebron, Connecticut; and Stansell's family lives in Miami, Florida.

These families eventually complained publicly about what seemed to be the U.S. government's failure to act. At one point, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez seemed like he was doing more than anyone in Washington to free them.

"We didn't know what the heck was going on," Gonsalves' father George told reporters. "I'm getting information from you guys."

The Americans' fate seemed particularly grim after "proof-of-life" images released last November showed them appearing haggard, even haunted, against a deep jungle background.

The contractors and Betancourt were among a group of rebel-designated "political prisoners" whom the FARC planned to release only in exchange for hundreds of imprisoned rebels. But every attempt at talking about a prisoner swap seemed to go nowhere.

Behind the scenes, however, Colombia's armed forces were closing in on the rebels, with the help of billions of dollars in U.S. military support.

Last month, Defense Minister Juan Manuel Santos said soldiers had spotted the three men in the southern jungles, but they disappeared into the forest before the troops could attempt a rescue.

And after the men were freed Wednesday, U.S. Ambassador William Brownfield said U.S. and Colombian forces cooperated closely on the rescue mission, including sharing intelligence, equipment, training advice and operational experience.

The Americans appeared healthy in a video shown on Colombian television, though Brownfield, who met with them at a Colombian military base, said two of the three — he didn't specify whom — were suffering from the jungle malady leishmaniasis and "looking forward to modern medical treatment."

George Gonsalves was mowing the yard of his Hebron, Connecticut, home when an excited neighbor relayed the news he had seen on television: "I didn't know how to stop my lawnmower. I was shocked. I couldn't believe it."

"We're still teary-eyed and not quite have our wits about us," said Stansell's stepmother Lynne in Miami.

And Howes' niece in Massachusetts, Amanda Howes, says the rescue "redefines the word miracle."

Congratulations poured in to Colombian President Alvaro Uribe from U.S. President George W. Bush and both presidential candidates. Republican Sen. John McCain said Uribe had told him in advance of the rescue plans while he was campaigning in Colombia. "It's a very high-risk operation," he said. "I congratulate President Uribe, the military and the nation of Colombia."

Democrat Barack Obama also sent his congratulations, saying he supports "Colombia's steady strategy of making no concessions to the FARC, and its targeted use of intelligence, military, law enforcement, diplomatic, and political power to achieve important victories against terrorism."

Gonsalves' father, who later got a phone call from the FBI confirming his son was free, expected an emotional family reunion in Texas, especially for his son's three children, now teenagers. "Think about your children if they don't see you for a week a weekend or a month," he said. "It's five years pulled out of your life."

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President Monkey boy is an embarassing, dangerous malignancy who couldn't engineer three sequential sentences without buffooning. Dog bless the BUFFOON MONKUS!

Apparently, Bushdim was comfortably numb to any US hostage rescue. Read this slowy, deadender. You may want to apologize to the forum for your empty sloganism honoring a dangerous nitwit.

http://www.iht.com/articles/ap/2008/07/03/...US-Hostages.php

Contractors kidnapped by Colombian rebels were longest-held US captives in the world

BOGOTA, Colombia: When the drug-surveillance plane carrying Pentagon contractors Marc Gonsalves, Thomas Howes and Keith Stansell went down in rebel-held Colombian jungle in February 2003, it seemed like any public efforts to rescue them disappeared as well.

While France exhorted the world to care about the plight of French-Colombian hostage Ingrid Betancourt, and even sent a humanitarian mission in a failed rescue attempt this year, the U.S. government remained nearly silent about any efforts to free the men, employees of a Northrup Grumman Corp. subsidiary that has supported Colombia's fight against drugs and rebels.

Long before their rescue Wednesday, the three Americans — who were being flown to Texas to reunite with their families and undergo tests and treatment at Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio — had become the longest-held American hostages in the world.

Howes is a native of Chatham, Massachusetts; Gonsalves' father lives in Hebron, Connecticut; and Stansell's family lives in Miami, Florida.

These families eventually complained publicly about what seemed to be the U.S. government's failure to act. At one point, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez seemed like he was doing more than anyone in Washington to free them.

"We didn't know what the heck was going on," Gonsalves' father George told reporters. "I'm getting information from you guys."

The Americans' fate seemed particularly grim after "proof-of-life" images released last November showed them appearing haggard, even haunted, against a deep jungle background.

The contractors and Betancourt were among a group of rebel-designated "political prisoners" whom the FARC planned to release only in exchange for hundreds of imprisoned rebels. But every attempt at talking about a prisoner swap seemed to go nowhere.

Behind the scenes, however, Colombia's armed forces were closing in on the rebels, with the help of billions of dollars in U.S. military support.

Last month, Defense Minister Juan Manuel Santos said soldiers had spotted the three men in the southern jungles, but they disappeared into the forest before the troops could attempt a rescue.

And after the men were freed Wednesday, U.S. Ambassador William Brownfield said U.S. and Colombian forces cooperated closely on the rescue mission, including sharing intelligence, equipment, training advice and operational experience.

The Americans appeared healthy in a video shown on Colombian television, though Brownfield, who met with them at a Colombian military base, said two of the three — he didn't specify whom — were suffering from the jungle malady leishmaniasis and "looking forward to modern medical treatment."

George Gonsalves was mowing the yard of his Hebron, Connecticut, home when an excited neighbor relayed the news he had seen on television: "I didn't know how to stop my lawnmower. I was shocked. I couldn't believe it."

"We're still teary-eyed and not quite have our wits about us," said Stansell's stepmother Lynne in Miami.

And Howes' niece in Massachusetts, Amanda Howes, says the rescue "redefines the word miracle."

Congratulations poured in to Colombian President Alvaro Uribe from U.S. President George W. Bush and both presidential candidates. Republican Sen. John McCain said Uribe had told him in advance of the rescue plans while he was campaigning in Colombia. "It's a very high-risk operation," he said. "I congratulate President Uribe, the military and the nation of Colombia."

Democrat Barack Obama also sent his congratulations, saying he supports "Colombia's steady strategy of making no concessions to the FARC, and its targeted use of intelligence, military, law enforcement, diplomatic, and political power to achieve important victories against terrorism."

Gonsalves' father, who later got a phone call from the FBI confirming his son was free, expected an emotional family reunion in Texas, especially for his son's three children, now teenagers. "Think about your children if they don't see you for a week a weekend or a month," he said. "It's five years pulled out of your life."

.............. "WITH THE HELP OF BILLIONS OF DOLLARS IN U.S MILITARY SUPPORT".

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.............. "WITH THE HELP OF BILLIONS OF DOLLARS IN U.S MILITARY SUPPORT".

You're grasping for straws, deadender.

If anyone reads the report I posted:

http://www.iht.com/articles/ap/2008/07/03/...US-Hostages.php

........read it ALL. Then read Patriot deadender's raving proclamation extolling Bush as our great protector that began this thread.

I wouldn't be surprised if Bush didn't KNOW there were Americans held hostage in Columbia. I wouldn't be surprised if Bush only thinks of Columbia as a brand of bicycle! :lol:

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.............. "WITH THE HELP OF BILLIONS OF DOLLARS IN U.S MILITARY SUPPORT".

And while we're at it....DOG BLESS Bulgeface John McCain...for keeping Americans safe just like Monkus boy does!! :lol:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2008/07/02/m...w_n_110354.html

McCain Backer's Firm Pleaded Guilty To Funding Terrorist Group In Colombia

The co-host of a recent top-dollar fundraiser for Sen. John McCain oversaw the payment of roughly $1.7 million to a Colombian paramilitary group that is today designated a terrorist organization by the United States.

Carl H. Lindner Jr., the billionaire Cincinnati businessman, was CEO of Chiquita Brands International from 1984 to 2001, and remained on the company's board of directors until May 2002. Beginning under his tenure, Chiquita executives paid hundreds of thousands of dollars to the United Self-Defense Forces of Colombia (known by the Spanish acronym AUC), which is described by George Washington University's National Security Archive as an "illegal right-wing anti-guerrilla group tied to many of the country's most notorious civilian massacres."

Following a Justice Department indictment last year, Chiquita admitted to illegally funding the paramilitaries and agreed to pay a $25 million fine. Chiquita's payments to the AUC began in 1997 and lasted seven years; roughly half of the funds came after the group was designated a Foreign Terrorist Organization by the U.S. State Department in 2001.

According to the Justice Department, the payments "were reviewed and approved by senior executives" of Chiquita, who knew by no later than September 2000 "that the AUC was a violent, paramilitary organization."

Late last week, Lindner co-hosted a $25,000-per-person fundraiser for McCain and the Republican Party in the wealthy Indian Hills neighborhood of Cincinnati, Ohio. The event raised about $2 million; Lindner also serves on McCain's Ohio Victory Team.

While Lindner was CEO of Chiquita, the company began sending money to the AUC through its shipping subsidiary Banadex. A report by the Organization of American States states that Banadex also engaged in arms trafficking, helping to deliver 3,000 Nicaraguan AK-47 rifles and millions of rounds of ammunition to the AUC in 2001. According to federal prosecutors, when company officials realized the arrangement was illegal, they switched to making the payments in cash.

"We believe they saved people's lives," a Chiquita spokesman told Time magazine last year, alleging that the company was simply trying to avoid violence against their employees.

Chiquita's funding of violent paramilitaries does not end with the right-wing AUC. The fruit giant "had been making similar payments to the leftist FARC and ELN guerrillas" since 1989, also on Lindner's watch. Those payments ended in 1997 as "control of the company's banana-growing area shifted" to the AUC, according to the Associated Press.

McCain, who is currently visiting Colombia to promote free trade, has described FARC as "one of the worst" terrorist groups and accused his opponent, Sen. Barack Obama, of being unwilling to support Colombian President Uribe's anti-terrorist efforts.

That the Arizona Republican is raising funds from a man whose company once paid that very same terrorist group seems likely to sully his charge.

Aides to the Senator did not return request for comment, though they have repeatedly argued that the campaign does not have direct connections to companies represented by such fundraisers or advisers and, as such, should not be held accountable for their actions or presumed to be persuaded by their interests.

However, in the past, McCain has done favors on Lindner's behalf. Last May, the Washington Post reported that in the late 1990s, McCain "promoted a deal in Arizona's Tonto National Forest involving property part-owned by Great American Life Insurance, a company run by billionaire Carl H. Lindner Jr., a prolific contributor to national political parties and presidential candidates."

Moreover, McCain's chief political adviser, Charlie Black, lobbied for Chiquita on two separate occasions in 2001. According to records, Black was paid $80,000 to work on foreign trade issues.

Black, as the Huffington Post reported on Tuesday, has represented other controversial clients with operations in Colombia. From 2001 through 2007, his work brought his firm more than $1.6 million in lobbying fees from Occidental Petroleum, a company whose security arm was accused of bombing a Colombian village and killing 17 civilians in 1998.

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And while we're at it....DOG BLESS Bulgeface John McCain...for keeping Americans safe just like Monkus boy does!! :lol:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2008/07/02/m...w_n_110354.html

McCain Backer's Firm Pleaded Guilty To Funding Terrorist Group In Colombia

The co-host of a recent top-dollar fundraiser for Sen. John McCain oversaw the payment of roughly $1.7 million to a Colombian paramilitary group that is today designated a terrorist organization by the United States.

Carl H. Lindner Jr., the billionaire Cincinnati businessman, was CEO of Chiquita Brands International from 1984 to 2001, and remained on the company's board of directors until May 2002. Beginning under his tenure, Chiquita executives paid hundreds of thousands of dollars to the United Self-Defense Forces of Colombia (known by the Spanish acronym AUC), which is described by George Washington University's National Security Archive as an "illegal right-wing anti-guerrilla group tied to many of the country's most notorious civilian massacres."

Following a Justice Department indictment last year, Chiquita admitted to illegally funding the paramilitaries and agreed to pay a $25 million fine. Chiquita's payments to the AUC began in 1997 and lasted seven years; roughly half of the funds came after the group was designated a Foreign Terrorist Organization by the U.S. State Department in 2001.

According to the Justice Department, the payments "were reviewed and approved by senior executives" of Chiquita, who knew by no later than September 2000 "that the AUC was a violent, paramilitary organization."

Late last week, Lindner co-hosted a $25,000-per-person fundraiser for McCain and the Republican Party in the wealthy Indian Hills neighborhood of Cincinnati, Ohio. The event raised about $2 million; Lindner also serves on McCain's Ohio Victory Team.

While Lindner was CEO of Chiquita, the company began sending money to the AUC through its shipping subsidiary Banadex. A report by the Organization of American States states that Banadex also engaged in arms trafficking, helping to deliver 3,000 Nicaraguan AK-47 rifles and millions of rounds of ammunition to the AUC in 2001. According to federal prosecutors, when company officials realized the arrangement was illegal, they switched to making the payments in cash.

"We believe they saved people's lives," a Chiquita spokesman told Time magazine last year, alleging that the company was simply trying to avoid violence against their employees.

Chiquita's funding of violent paramilitaries does not end with the right-wing AUC. The fruit giant "had been making similar payments to the leftist FARC and ELN guerrillas" since 1989, also on Lindner's watch. Those payments ended in 1997 as "control of the company's banana-growing area shifted" to the AUC, according to the Associated Press.

McCain, who is currently visiting Colombia to promote free trade, has described FARC as "one of the worst" terrorist groups and accused his opponent, Sen. Barack Obama, of being unwilling to support Colombian President Uribe's anti-terrorist efforts.

That the Arizona Republican is raising funds from a man whose company once paid that very same terrorist group seems likely to sully his charge.

Aides to the Senator did not return request for comment, though they have repeatedly argued that the campaign does not have direct connections to companies represented by such fundraisers or advisers and, as such, should not be held accountable for their actions or presumed to be persuaded by their interests.

However, in the past, McCain has done favors on Lindner's behalf. Last May, the Washington Post reported that in the late 1990s, McCain "promoted a deal in Arizona's Tonto National Forest involving property part-owned by Great American Life Insurance, a company run by billionaire Carl H. Lindner Jr., a prolific contributor to national political parties and presidential candidates."

Moreover, McCain's chief political adviser, Charlie Black, lobbied for Chiquita on two separate occasions in 2001. According to records, Black was paid $80,000 to work on foreign trade issues.

Black, as the Huffington Post reported on Tuesday, has represented other controversial clients with operations in Colombia. From 2001 through 2007, his work brought his firm more than $1.6 million in lobbying fees from Occidental Petroleum, a company whose security arm was accused of bombing a Colombian village and killing 17 civilians in 1998.

Fir :P

And while we're at it....DOG BLESS Bulgeface John McCain...for keeping Americans safe just like Monkus boy does!! :P

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2008/07/02/m...w_n_110354.html

McCain Backer's Firm Pleaded Guilty To Funding Terrorist Group In Colombia

The co-host of a recent top-dollar fundraiser for Sen. John McCain oversaw the payment of roughly $1.7 million to a Colombian paramilitary group that is today designated a terrorist organization by the United States.

Carl H. Lindner Jr., the billionaire Cincinnati businessman, was CEO of Chiquita Brands International from 1984 to 2001, and remained on the company's board of directors until May 2002. Beginning under his tenure, Chiquita executives paid hundreds of thousands of dollars to the United Self-Defense Forces of Colombia (known by the Spanish acronym AUC), which is described by George Washington University's National Security Archive as an "illegal right-wing anti-guerrilla group tied to many of the country's most notorious civilian massacres."

Following a Justice Department indictment last year, Chiquita admitted to illegally funding the paramilitaries and agreed to pay a $25 million fine. Chiquita's payments to the AUC began in 1997 and lasted seven years; roughly half of the funds came after the group was designated a Foreign Terrorist Organization by the U.S. State Department in 2001.

According to the Justice Department, the payments "were reviewed and approved by senior executives" of Chiquita, who knew by no later than September 2000 "that the AUC was a violent, paramilitary organization."

Late last week, Lindner co-hosted a $25,000-per-person fundraiser for McCain and the Republican Party in the wealthy Indian Hills neighborhood of Cincinnati, Ohio. The event raised about $2 million; Lindner also serves on McCain's Ohio Victory Team.

While Lindner was CEO of Chiquita, the company began sending money to the AUC through its shipping subsidiary Banadex. A report by the Organization of American States states that Banadex also engaged in arms trafficking, helping to deliver 3,000 Nicaraguan AK-47 rifles and millions of rounds of ammunition to the AUC in 2001. According to federal prosecutors, when company officials realized the arrangement was illegal, they switched to making the payments in cash.

"We believe they saved people's lives," a Chiquita spokesman told Time magazine last year, alleging that the company was simply trying to avoid violence against their employees.

Chiquita's funding of violent paramilitaries does not end with the right-wing AUC. The fruit giant "had been making similar payments to the leftist FARC and ELN guerrillas" since 1989, also on Lindner's watch. Those payments ended in 1997 as "control of the company's banana-growing area shifted" to the AUC, according to the Associated Press.

McCain, who is currently visiting Colombia to promote free trade, has described FARC as "one of the worst" terrorist groups and accused his opponent, Sen. Barack Obama, of being unwilling to support Colombian President Uribe's anti-terrorist efforts.

That the Arizona Republican is raising funds from a man whose company once paid that very same terrorist group seems likely to sully his charge.

Aides to the Senator did not return request for comment, though they have repeatedly argued that the campaign does not have direct connections to companies represented by such fundraisers or advisers and, as such, should not be held accountable for their actions or presumed to be persuaded by their interests.

However, in the past, McCain has done favors on Lindner's behalf. Last May, the Washington Post reported that in the late 1990s, McCain "promoted a deal in Arizona's Tonto National Forest involving property part-owned by Great American Life Insurance, a company run by billionaire Carl H. Lindner Jr., a prolific contributor to national political parties and presidential candidates."

Moreover, McCain's chief political adviser, Charlie Black, lobbied for Chiquita on two separate occasions in 2001. According to records, Black was paid $80,000 to work on foreign trade issues.

Black, as the Huffington Post reported on Tuesday, has represented other controversial clients with operations in Colombia. From 2001 through 2007, his work brought his firm more than $1.6 million in lobbying fees from Occidental Petroleum, a company whose security arm was accused of bombing a Colombian village and killing 17 civilians in 1998.

First Manscum quotes from the Dailykos and now the Huffington Post, the two most vile leftist smear sites on the net. It proves one thing, no

matter how much garbage you regurgitate, you can find someone who will love it.

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It was a Columbian commando operation. What exactly did Bush have to do with it? For five years the rebels have held the Americans captive while Bush did nothing. Perhaps you should thank and bless the Columbian President Alvaro Uribe instead.

For once, Bush kept his incompent, lying nose from where it didn't belong. PatRat's easily pleased, he considers that an accompishment.

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100% Columbian rescue......Apartheid Israel and Monkey Boy Bush deadenders seek "KUDOS" in a thief's twisting......IDUN TINKZO!!

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20080705/ap_on_...bia_hostages_56

Rescue video shows duped rebels, elated hostages

By IAN JAMES, Associated Press Writer

1 hour, 6 minutes ago

BOGOTA, Colombia - Military intelligence agents posing as aid workers and a film crew flew to the jungle aboard a white helicopter, staging a mock humanitarian mission that rebels were told would ferry their hostages to another camp for talks on a prisoner swap.

The would-be envoys had honed their accents in acting lessons: Italian, Arab, Caribbean Spanish, and Australian English — "identical to Crocodile Dundee," Colombian Defense Minister Juan Manuel Santos said Friday as he explained how Columbia's military duped the rebels into turning over 15 hostages.

Santos said military intelligence agents had infiltrated the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, so that guerrillas believed the hostages were being moved on the orders of top rebel leader Alfonso Cano for negotiations on a hostage exchange. To play their roles, some soldiers wore Che Guevara T-shirts.

Video filmed during the rescue shows the hostages filing grim-faced toward the helicopter in a grassy clearing fringed with a coca field, then embracing and weeping with joy after they are aloft and realize they are free.

Presenting the video at a news conference, Santos said that Wednesday's elaborate ruse intentionally mimicked two hostage handovers brokered by Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez earlier this year, when Venezuelan helicopters carrying International Red Cross observers picked up six hostages.

"In the last two handovers of hostages," Santos said, "there was always a cameraman sent by Chavez."

The three-minute video presented at Colombia's military headquarters showed the mission was modeled after the Venezuelan operations down to the red T-shirt worn by a supposed journalist, who poses questions to a rebel while hostages' hands are bound with plastic handcuffs.

The guerrillas' most famous hostage, former presidential candidate Ingrid Betancourt, stands with an angry expression.

American Keith Stansell nears the camera.

"I love my family," Stansell, one of three Americans freed in the operation, tells the cameraman. "Pray a lot."

The local rebel commander, alias Cesar, cheerfully refuses an interview.

The video shows a line of rebels standing in the distance watching as the helicopter starts up. Cesar and another rebel came aboard the helicopter and, once airborne, were overpowered by the soldiers — a moment that was not filmed.

The final images on the video capture the hostages' elation as they realize their captors are actually soldiers rescuing them.

Betancourt, the French-Colombian politician kidnapped in 2002, cries with joy and astonishment, and hugs William Perez, a fellow hostage whom she later credited with nursing her through jungle illnesses.

"We waited 10 years for you!" exclaims Perez, an army corporal who was captured by the FARC in March 1998.

A lawyer for Cesar, whose real name is Gerardo Aguilar, told The Associated Press that his client was completely hoodwinked by the operation.

Rodolfo Rios said his client, who is now jailed in Bogota, "only realized the deception when he was in the aircraft. ... He also told me he was hit and that, after they immobilized him, they applied various injections."

Paraded past reporters on Friday, Cesar wouldn't say who had hit him. He had a black eye and bruises on his face.

Armed forces chief Gen. Freddy Padilla told the AP that Cesar had been out of radio contact with his commanders, fearing intercepts by U.S. and Colombian eavesdroppers, and had been relying chiefly on human couriers to deliver messages — such as the order to move the hostages.

A beacon and microphones were aboard the Russian-made Mi-17 helicopter, allowing those overseeing the rescue to monitor its progress, a U.S. official told the AP, speaking on condition of anonymity because of the subject's sensitivity.

Santos said a U.S. surveillance plane was overhead monitoring the mission.

He denied reports in international media that Israel was involved in the operation, saying it was "100 percent Colombian."

"Not a single foreigner participated," he said.

He also denied a Swiss radio report that Colombia had paid millions of dollars in ransom to rebels in exchange for the hostages.

The government does offer rewards for information leading to the arrest of FARC leaders, but in this case, Santos said: "Not a cent has been paid."

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lol, what?

First Manscum quotes from the Dailykos and now the Huffington Post, the two most vile leftist smear sites on the net. It proves one thing, no

matter how much garbage you regurgitate, you can find someone who will love it.

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The funny thing is that Patriot thinks anyone takes his shit seriously. Here's to being bad at covering your sockpuppetry.

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Fir :unsure:

First Manscum quotes from the Dailykos and now the Huffington Post, the two most vile leftist smear sites on the net. It proves one thing, no

matter how much garbage you regurgitate, you can find someone who will love it.

l

Are the articles factual or not? More to the point do you even care about facts?

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Are the articles factual or not? More to the point do you even care about facts?

There are no "facts" on the Dailykos or the Huffington Post. Leftist lies and Kool-Aid dreams only.

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There are no "facts" on the Dailykos or the Huffington Post. Leftist lies and Kool-Aid dreams only.

Hmmmm. and Rush Limbuagh makes millions for the same thing. Great Country ain't it?

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President Bush continues to protect us. He just engineered the release of 3 Americans that had been held by Columbian rebels. God bless our

Commander In Chief.

Continues to protect us?

Where the he11 was he on 9/11??????

Trapped in the liquor closet?

On a bender?

Looking for a line of coke?

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Are the articles factual or not? More to the point do you even care about facts?

An entire generation of idiots has been trained to "discuss" things the way 2stupidPatRatBushBackerEtc. does. Facts don't matter. Be as nasty and as vicious as possible. Say that anyone who disagrees with you is immoral and/or stupid.

These are the first people to shout "patriotism," but they don't have a clue what it means.

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There are no "facts" on the Dailykos or the Huffington Post. Leftist lies and Kool-Aid dreams only.

I'm pleased to see that not everyone on KOTW sips Kool-Aid.

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Continues to protect us?

Where the he11 was he on 9/11??????

Trapped in the liquor closet?

On a bender?

Looking for a line of coke?

Since it sounds like you just landed on the planet, I'll educate you on the subject of 9/11. Bin Laden was a known terrorist for all 8 years of

Bubba Clinton's presidency, but Clinton made no effort to nab him. The Sudanese picked him up in Sudan for trying to overthrow the government

there and offered to turn him over to the U.S. but Clinton declined the offer ( I think he was busy raping an intern at the time) saying we

couldn't prove charges against him. Bin Laden began planning 9/11 three years before Clinton left office but he never found out about the plot

because Clinton had ordered the FBI and the CIA to stop communicating and sharing information with each other. When Bush took office he

ordered the FBI and CIA to start sharing information again but it was already too late, the 9/11 plans were in place. Loony leftist bloggers will

never admit to any of this but it's the truth. Clinton has the blood of 3,000 americans on his hands. But thank God for George Bush, he's

protected us ever since.

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Since it sounds like you just landed on the planet, I'll educate you on the subject of 9/11. Bin Laden was a known terrorist for all 8 years of

Bubba Clinton's presidency, but Clinton made no effort to nab him. The Sudanese picked him up in Sudan for trying to overthrow the government

there and offered to turn him over to the U.S. but Clinton declined the offer ( I think he was busy raping an intern at the time) saying we

couldn't prove charges against him. Bin Laden began planning 9/11 three years before Clinton left office but he never found out about the plot

because Clinton had ordered the FBI and the CIA to stop communicating and sharing information with each other. When Bush took office he

ordered the FBI and CIA to start sharing information again but it was already too late, the 9/11 plans were in place. Loony leftist bloggers will

never admit to any of this but it's the truth. Clinton has the blood of 3,000 americans on his hands. But thank God for George Bush, he's

protected us ever since.

You can't argue with an idiot like this. It makes no difference to this idiot that our government had the intelligence several weeks before 9/11 to have prevented the attack, and did nothing because irresponsible frat boy thought his six-week vacation was more important than doing his job.

That did not happen under Bill Clinton. Under Clinton, our country was not in any major or prolonged war, and our economy boomed because of his economic policies. Frat boy ruined the whole thing, has damn near destroyed the middle class, the dollar is moribund, and now 300 million Americans, minus a very few super-rich are going to pay an enormous price.

You have to go back to Hitler to find anyone who has done so much damage to the world as George W. Bush has done. Even then, long term, I'm not sure this jackass doesn't top the list of worsts.

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An entire generation of idiots has been trained to "discuss" things the way 2stupidPatRatBushBackerEtc. does. Facts don't matter. Be as nasty and as vicious as possible. Say that anyone who disagrees with you is immoral and/or stupid.

These are the first people to shout "patriotism," but they don't have a clue what it means.

Let him keep writing. He's a poster boy for what the Republican party has become.

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Since it sounds like you just landed on the planet, I'll educate you on the subject of 9/11. Bin Laden was a known terrorist for all 8 years of

Bubba Clinton's presidency, but Clinton made no effort to nab him. The Sudanese picked him up in Sudan for trying to overthrow the government

there and offered to turn him over to the U.S. but Clinton declined the offer ( I think he was busy raping an intern at the time) saying we

couldn't prove charges against him. Bin Laden began planning 9/11 three years before Clinton left office but he never found out about the plot

because Clinton had ordered the FBI and the CIA to stop communicating and sharing information with each other. When Bush took office he

ordered the FBI and CIA to start sharing information again but it was already too late, the 9/11 plans were in place. Loony leftist bloggers will

never admit to any of this but it's the truth. Clinton has the blood of 3,000 americans on his hands. But thank God for George Bush, he's

protected us ever since.

Not even a good try. Unlike the Shrub there are those who refuse to lock people up without evidence. And you conveniently ignore the FACT that Sudan offered to put bin Laden in the custody of the Shrub's buddies, the Saudis, and the Saudis refused. And you also conveniently skip right over the FACT that the alleged protection of the Shrub was completely missing on 9/11. As I said, not even a good try.

Bush has the blood of over 7,000 Americans on his hands.

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