Kennedy comments and Fallujah

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  1. TheButlerDidIt
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    I find it interesting that the push by the left (started by TK) to call Iraq, Bush's Vietnam, coincided with this newest series of attacks.

    Is this really a coincidence or is this evidence that the left's continued dissention is directly affecting our military?
     
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    I find it a little more than coincidental. An Iraqi cleric repeated his comments the very next day.
     
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    Thats the most frustrating thing about this.......

    Do these idiots not think that the scumbags that are causing the turmoil around the world don't watch TV? Its quite obvious that what the left says in this country is seen as a sign of weakness by our opposition. We are there now. Agree with the how or why we got there or not, you need to get behind our troops.
     
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    You hit it on the head, Jihad.

    All of those fanatics cooking up the latest round of lunacy are intently watching CNN, MSNBC, BBC, FOX, etc., to see how the lefties in this country are going to spin the latest round of deaths. Do you think that Mosques being used as military bases was an accident? Of course not.

    Their strategy has evolved, this was unmasked with the elections in Spain. They attacked right before the election, the underdog suddenly gained support from a cowardly populace. The new Socialist leader immediately caved (surprise surprise) and withdrew Spain's support. I read an article today about how Spain is rounding up Moroccan terrorists after last weekend's attack in Spain.

    Gee, Wally, why are we still getting attacked? We said we wouldn't fight any more!

    Yep, good ole Pacifists. Keep turning that cheek, they're bound to get tired sooner or later. Or Spain will run out of cheek.
     
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    It seems to me that people like TK are smart enough to know that what they say is being heard by the enemy.

    The left is very organized and very strategic in their actions.

    If it could ever be proved that this was the outcome they were looking for (completely politically motivated) wouldn't it be considered treasonous?

    It is a proven fact that Ho Chi Mihn planned some vicious attacks to coincide with some of the larger anti-war demonstrations. He admitted that in several interviews. Shouldn't our leaders learn from that or maybe they have.

    Should we start screaming about a vast left wing conspiracy?
     
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    "Run out of cheek" LOL

    You are right NightTrain. It's not like the conventional wars of old. The informational age is being used by both sides. Certain members of this country just give them too much ammunition.......
     
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    maybe we should rewrite the constitution so that the first amendment to free speech, when it concerns political dissent against a sitting administration, is not included. Or maybe we should strengthen the sedition act so that ANY comments with negative connotations can be considered treasonous and rewarded with execution. Maybe we can THEN make an amendment that not only BANS gay marriage but legalizes the on sight shooting of anyone that protests, period.

    After that, we can start dismantling the bill of rights, remove all amendments past the 14th, Establish succession rules based on geneology instead of a voting system, abolish all but the republican party, and set up re-education camps for those who stray from the NEW american concept.

    :rolleyes:
     
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    I would think so. But I think they refuse to believe that their words and actions are so valuable to the enemy.



    Unfortunatley (sp) people tend to forget anything that hasn't happened in the last few days. :rolleyes:

    Nah...we laughed at Hillary I'd hate to use any of her ideas :D
     
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    Do you not think there is a difference between free speech and giving the enemy psychological ammunition?
     
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    In the early years of this country we assumed the freedom of speech as a guaranteed right because of who we are. It was done this way because as 'subjects' in england, we were not afforded that by the rule of one individual. Whats gone so wrong in the viewpoint of america is that we think we must now limit some of our inalienable rights because technology changes the world.

    There is NO difference between the free speech of political dissent when voicing your objection to your governments policies or actions. Now, if there were people out there cheering for the terrorists (don't try to equate opposition to war with cheering for the terrorists) then yes, you'd have a good point.

    It is a violation of a persons rights to silence their dissent simply because you see it as 'giving the enemy psychological ammunition'. By trying to silence that dissent, you have already handed the terrorists a partial victory.
     

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