When They Come To Take Over, Who Will Be The Easiest to Capture/Execute?

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    When they try to take over, who will be the easiest infidels to capture and execute?

    I'd say it will be the ones that say, "peace bro; I just want to be your friend, bro".

    I'd say it will be the ones that say, "Make love not war, bro".

    I'd say it will be the ones that say, "Hey man, sh*t happens.".

    I'd say it will be the ones that say, "Our government is more dangerous than the terrorists.".

    I'd say it will be those that believe that the U.S. Constitution is a living, breathing document.".

    I'd say it will be the ones that worship intellect over wisdom.

    I'd say it will be the ones that have no pride in their nation, but just see it as an extension of Europe.

    I'd say it will be those that disdain the military.

    I'd say that it will be those that see all illegal immigrants as potential, viable voters.

    I'd say it will be those that worhip at the alter of secular humanism.

    I'd say it will be those that only see Fundamentalist Christians as the only, immediate threat.

    Those that minimize or deny the holocaust.
     
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    Well lets see, there are a few on this board, that fit that picture. But, seriously, I'd say the left, the surrender monkeys, the appeasers, those that think, that letting the bully have his way is the way to avoid conflict. When in fact, just the reverse is true.

    The further one backs up, the faster they pursue you.

    You can't escape your destiny, and cowards die a lonely death.
     
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    I think intellect, acknowledges and accomodates 'wisdom.' They are by no means mutually exclusive.

    Other than that I can go along, though I worry about the fundamentalist potential.
     
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    I used to wonder why Mr. Bush was doing the things he was doing. It never was clear what he was up to, right? Add in Dick Cheney and Donald Rumsfeld and Condoleeza Rice and it just becomes a mess that just can’t be cleaned up.
    Then, on August 21, 2006 in the White House he said that Iraq had nothing to do with 9/11.
    That meant to me that Iraq is not part of the war on terror.
    The next day, August 22, 2006, in Salt Lake City, Utah, he told a bunch of veterans that Iraq is the biggest part of the war on terror.
    I wonder if he ain’t the biggest liar I ever heard.
    Now I don’t wonder why, I just wonder what he’s going to do next.
    I reckon it won’t be too surprising. For some reason - when there is something that he needs to do for the good of the country he don’t do it.
    Is this a Judas Priest on hand? Some folks have called him a ‘Witch-King’ (because of the ’W’) but I think that’s a bit much. After all - lots of nice folks voted for him - course - he seems to have deceived them.
    When I hear ‘em beatin’ their chests I recall something from Job in the Holy Bible, "Job xli. There is no power on the earth which can be compared with him, who was created that he should fear no one. He beholdeth every high thing, he is king over all the children of pride."
    The Bible said that.
     
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    Cranston, why must you insist on formating your posts in such a manner as to give me a headache?
     
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    You're being none too bright, isn't our worry. Good luck.
     
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    Is it really that difficult to figure out how Iraq is part of the war on terror at the same time it has nothing to do with 911?

    The Germans had nothing to do with Pearl Habor but they were still a part of World War II.
     
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    I didn't think to 'spell it out.' Thanks for that. My assumption of reading is too high.
     
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    Germany declared war on the United States four days after Pearl Harbor; Saddam never did.
     
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    Umm eightball, are you seriously saying that muslim armies are going to come over in a boat and occupy america? Enforcing sharia law at the point of a gun?
     

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