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    Saudi are the real enemy

    The sauds fund int'l terrorism more than Iran and Saddam ever did...They also are the cheif exporter of Wahhabi Islam..
    What a shame little bush and cheney invaded the only secular gov't in the region.

    BAGHDAD - Nearly half of the foreign detainees held in Iraq are Saudi citizens, and lists of their names were given to Saudi officials during a recent visit by an Iraqi delegation, national security adviser Mouwaffak al-Rubaie said in remarks aired Monday.

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    Al-Rubaie's comments to Al-Arabiya television were made during a three-day visit last week to Saudi Arabia in which he met senior officials, including Interior Minister Prince Nayef.

    "The Iraqi government says that nearly half of the foreigners in Iraqi prisoners are from Saudi Arabia. Hundreds of them are in Camp Bucca and other prisons controlled by coalition forces," al-Rubaie said. He did not give a total figure of Saudi detainees.

    In Iraq, the U.S. Army is holding thousands of prisoners at Camp Cropper near Baghdad airport and in Camp Bucca in the southern desert.

    "There are some Saudis who are serving sentences and we have given the brothers, Saudi officials ... lists containing the names of Saudi detainees," he said.

    Last week, al-Rubaie said before leaving for Saudi Arabia that the majority of the suicide bombers and "those who drive the vehicles to blow up our innocent civilians, Iraqis, are Saudis." Al-Rubaie, who headed the delegation, said then "we need to stop the flow of suicide bombers, we need to stop the fatwas (religious edicts) coming from Saudis to justify the killings of innocent Iraqis."

    In the interview with Saudi-owned Al-Arabiya, al-Rubaie said that he raised the issue of fatwas with officials in the kingdom and "we heard very good news." He did not elaborate

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    there already is a thread about this posted today

    I posted the 1 response

    ya see Bman people are more concerned with making fun of Barney Frank than to talk about the realities of this world.

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    [QUOTE=bitonti]there already is a thread about this posted today

    I posted the 1 response

    ya see Bman people are more concerned with making fun of Barney Frank [B]than to talk about the realities of this world[/B].[/QUOTE]

    They still think that Iraq bombed the WTC, They forgot about the last election.

    They ignore Ron Paul (R/Tx)

    Denial the 51St State

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    [QUOTE=Jetdawgg]They still think that Iraq bombed the WTC, They forgot about the last election.

    They ignore Ron Paul (R/Tx)

    Denial the 51St State[/QUOTE]

    I thought it was Israel and Bush who bombed the WTC? You mean it was Islamic fundamentalists from Saudi Arabia who did it and according to that article more exported terrorist come from Saudi Arabia than either Iran or Iraq under Sadam. Imagine[B] more[/B] than even Iran and Iraq under Sadam. This is so confusing.
    Last edited by Winstonbiggs; 07-17-2007 at 06:01 AM.

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    [QUOTE=Winstonbiggs]IImagine[B] more[/B] than even Iran and Iraq under Sadam. [/QUOTE]

    Imagine.

    And I bet more terror is exported from Pakistan than Iraq or Iran.

    Crazy.

    So our two "allies" are more our enemies than the "axis of evil".

    Makes sense, doesn't it?

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    [QUOTE=Jetdawgg]They still think that Iraq bombed the WTC, They forgot about the last election.

    They ignore Ron Paul (R/Tx)

    Denial the 51St State[/QUOTE]

    No one thinks "Iraq" was responsable for 9/11. We all agree it was AQ.....well, all of us who don't think it was GWB of course.

    No one is "ignoring" Ron Paul, they simply do not favor him, despite your favorable view. The massive liberal favor for Paul is a very interesting phenomenon.

    And please Dawgg, no one is in denial. Disagreement with your rather singular worldview does not constitute denial.

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    The Saudis are difficult to deal with, but they have been always that way. To say Bush is the culprit here is just plain dumb. Nobody has done anything about them.

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    According to a Newsweek poll done in June 2007, 41% of Americans believe Saadam Husseins regime was DIRECTLY involved in the attack on 911.....

    Also only 43% of Americans knew that the country that most of the hi-jackers came from was Saudi Arabia.....Why is that?.....

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    [QUOTE=Warfish]No one thinks "Iraq" was responsable for 9/11. We all agree it was AQ.....well, all of us who don't think it was GWB of course.

    No one is "ignoring" Ron Paul, they simply do not favor him, despite your favorable view. The massive liberal favor for Paul is a very interesting phenomenon.

    And please Dawgg, no one is in denial. Disagreement with your rather singular worldview does not constitute denial.[/QUOTE]

    I guess this guy is a 'no one':

    [QUOTE]The latest whoppers from the White House's fib factory came this week as President George W. Bush (A) claimed U.S. forces in Iraq are fighting [B]"the same people" who staged 9/11[/B], and, (B) withdrawing U.S. forces means [B]"surrendering Iraq to al-Qaida." [/B]

    These absurd assertions mark the latest steps in the administration's evolving efforts to depict the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan as battles against al-Qaida. [/QUOTE]

    [url]http://torontosun.canoe.ca/News/Columnists/Margolis_Eric/2007/07/15/4340909-sun.html[/url]

    Looks as though someone is in that state.....

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    [QUOTE=jetsmetsrangers]According to a Newsweek poll done in June 2007, 41% of Americans believe Saadam Husseins regime was DIRECTLY involved in the attack on 911.....

    Also only 43% of Americans knew that the country that most of the hi-jackers came from was Saudi Arabia.....Why is that?.....[/QUOTE]


    Most Americans don't vote, don't know who their Congressman is, couldn't name 25 States, why is that?

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    [QUOTE=PlumberKhan]Imagine.

    And I bet more terror is exported from Pakistan than Iraq or Iran.

    Crazy.

    So our two "allies" are more our enemies than the "axis of evil".

    Makes sense, doesn't it?[/QUOTE]

    I would have no problem bombing the **** out of SA and Iran along with bombing the Hezbollah headquarters in Syria in retaliation for their attacks on us. Didn't mind taking Sadam out one bit either but I wouldn't have put one US soldier on the ground to do it. I kind of like that we at least have the Pakistani army doing our dirty work for us until we have to do it ourselves. Eventually we are going to have to go in to Pakistan but for now it makes sense for the Pakistani army to do it for us until they can't any longer.

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    [QUOTE=Winstonbiggs]Most Americans don't vote, don't know who their Congressman is, couldn't name 25 States, why is that?[/QUOTE]


    Most americans who are pro-war would never set foot in combat....Why is that?......

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    [QUOTE=jetsmetsrangers]Most americans who are pro-war would never set foot in combat....Why is that?......[/QUOTE]

    :yes:

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    [QUOTE=PlumberKhan]Imagine.

    And I bet more terror is exported from Pakistan than Iraq or Iran.

    Crazy.

    So our two "allies" are more our enemies than the "axis of evil".

    Makes sense, doesn't it?[/QUOTE]

    ?
    well, youd lose that bet...most terror is exported from iran
    together with their buddies the syrians

    that is not to say that crazies from pakistan or s. a. arent
    any better or worse-as the world has seen
    theyve done more than their share of freelance mayhem
    and fomenting of violence all over the planet

    despite any role they had previously in the cold war,
    on 9/11/01, pakistan certainly wasnt an ally
    no thanks to bubba letting the s. asians play w/ the bomb

    would have been fun to have overheard the
    conversations we had with mush-
    he claims he was threatened with war
    to flip-as well he should have been
    [url="http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2006/09/21/60minutes/main2030165.shtml"]http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2006/09/21/60minutes/main2030165.shtml[/url]

    any concern about pakistan is just more
    empty lib* whining-by people who
    dont want to do anything about terrorism anyway-

    talk about making sense-
    lib*s want a commie/kumbaya world without borders any way they can
    but when islamic terror emerges worldwide on
    a daily basis its this country is to blame
    but never the one next door to it
    imagine that
    Last edited by flushingjet; 07-17-2007 at 02:39 PM.

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    [QUOTE=jetsmetsrangers]Most americans who are pro-war would never set foot in combat....Why is that?......[/QUOTE]


    i dunno...
    so youve lived in the wrong body for years, why is that?

    howd you come up with that logic, genius?

    because we have a couple of messed-up unpatriotic vets who
    peeled potatoes in the scow of a ship that
    are anti-war,
    the normal vets and people who are pro-war wouldnt
    fight

    the value of a public school education these days....

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    [QUOTE=flushingjet]i dunno...
    so youve lived in the wrong body for years, why is that?

    howd you come up with that logic, genius?

    because we have a couple of messed-up unpatriotic vets who
    peeled potatoes in the scow of a ship that
    are anti-war,
    the normal vets and people who are pro-war wouldnt
    fight

    the value of a public school education these days....[/QUOTE]

    I only peel potatoes at home. The warmongers here who posts did not even join the AF

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    [QUOTE=Jetdawgg]I only peel potatoes at home. The warmongers here who posts did not even join the AF[/QUOTE]

    Get your head straight. The Marines aren't the only ones who know how to fight. If they are so good why aren't we winning in Iraq? Oh yea its Bush's fault! The Navy, The Army, The Air Force are just as good if not better then the Marines!

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    [QUOTE=MnJetFan]Get your head straight. The Marines aren't the only ones who know how to fight. If they are so good why aren't we winning in Iraq? Oh yea its Bush's fault! The Navy, The Army, The Air Force are just as good if not better then the Marines![/QUOTE]

    The military has done the job in Iraq. It is the administration that has failed. Where is the diplomacy? Where are the social aspects of the effort?

    The other branches of the service have a different mission. They don't require our discipline or efficiency. They are much larger.

    The US Marines man for man, is the finest fighting force the world has ever known without a doubt. We have a standard that no other branch of the service can match.

    You can say what you want, but without the US Marines you would not be able to do so

    [QUOTE]The US Air Force Chief-of-Staff would never be called -- Airman
    The Chief-of-Naval Operations would never be called -- Sailor
    The Commanding General of The US Army would never be called -- Soldier
    BUT the Commandant of the Marine Corps would be proud to be called a --
    United States Marine [/QUOTE]
    Last edited by Jetdawgg; 07-17-2007 at 03:32 PM.

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    The US Navy is the greatest Naval Force the World Has ever known. Next to none! Ok lets stop the chest beating now! :yes:

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    [QUOTE=Winstonbiggs]Most Americans don't vote, don't know who their Congressman is, couldn't name 25 States, why is that?[/QUOTE]

    Brainwashed by liberal educrats! When I was in grade school we learned all the states and their capital by 5th grade. Now I bet most HS grads can't name 25 states let alone any capitals.

    This is what frosts me--we used to have good education, but not now b/c the 'rats don't want good education. They know the stats--in prez elections, with the exception of the elite PhDs, the more education a person has the more likely they voted 'pub.

    In 2000, voters with no HS diploma voted 59%-39% for Gore

    Same reason the 'rats want to keep people poor!

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