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#41 Lord of the Sword

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Posted 02 June 2014 - 12:06 AM

View PostOmega, on 01 June 2014 - 09:19 PM, said:


I'd really love to see that. I'd love to see the Republicans impeach Obama, not for all the actually horrible and evil things he's been responsible for, but for saving an American soldier's life. The party that's been shooting itself in the foot for years would finally have worked its way up to the head. Maybe something sane could take its place.

Oh I'm sure that the democrats would definitely spin it that way, even though the crime itself is the failure to notify Congress. And I'm fairly sure that even if it is determined the soldier deserted that nothing will come of it. He'll get a free pass for desertion, due to the political fall out of court marshaling him and jailing him. If it is determined he deserted I hope they at least give him the dishonorable discharge, but I won't hold my breath on that one either.
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Posted 02 June 2014 - 12:11 AM

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Good. This outrage-machine parroting of talking points means nothing to me, and is not impressive or a sign of remarkable, rugged individuality. You don't need to listen to us, we don't need to listen to you, and I'd recommend that Nonny disengage from dealing with this in any way, as it's apparently compromising her psychological health.

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#43 Elara

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Posted 02 June 2014 - 01:05 AM

View PostLord of the Sword, on 02 June 2014 - 12:03 AM, said:

You're looking at this as if the Taliban are the ONLY bad guys in the world. They aren't. Now that it has been publicly established that the US does negotiate with terrorists, what's to stop drug cartels from pulling this same stunt? Or anyone else for that matter?

You guys claim that it's because I'm so dead set against Obama as the reason I'm against this. I think it's cause you guys are so in love with the boy is the reason you don't mind dealing and negotiating and meeting terrorists demands.

And you are saying that this one act has us all suddenly targets. I'm asking again, when were we safe? Does 911 mean anything to you? The Lebanon Hostage Crisis? How about the Iran Hostage Crisis? If you think it was safe away from the States or even in the States, you have not been paying attention. Despite what you are trying to accuse Obama of, Americans have been on the hostage taking list for decades.

As for what you are saying about people here, you haven't been reading anything that has been said to you, ever. You just lump all of EI into a bunch of Obama loving Liberal Democrats. Some of us like Obama, some think he is great, some of us really are not happy with him, some of us don't believe he was ready to be president, and some of us didn't vote for him, but aren't condemning him at every move. But you, you hate him and because of that hate, you can't let anything he does be a good thing. Stay away from FOX News for the next few months, read other news sites, more balanced ones. Be the Independent you say you are. It won't make you love Obama, but you might have a different view of the things he does or doesn't do.
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Posted 02 June 2014 - 01:14 AM

Afghani Taliban mujahideen, circa 1985, fighting against Soviet occupiers--------brave freedom fighters, given stinger missiles by the CIA

Afghani Taliban mujahideen, circa 2014, fighting against US freedom forces------scumbag terrorists, hunted and blown up by CIA drones

How can some two-faced people just  change on a dime like that?

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Posted 02 June 2014 - 05:42 AM

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LoTS: GOD only knows what else he has in store for America before his term ends...if it ever does. Cause I can honestly see him refusing to step down, and trying to remain in power...all in the name of national security, or some other BS.

In fact...I'm wondering if this is the reason Carney suddenly resigned? I wonder if Carney couldn't work for a President that would deal with Terrorists?

I don't know....Carney seems pretty tight with Obama. Maybe he's leaving the administration early to be a general in the Obama-FEMA Army that will have to quell the uprising of Wolverines in 2016.

Or maybe Carney is super-secret Special Ops and had to hop in a phone booth to change into his uniform before flying to Afghanistan to personally get Bergdahl. But someone slipped up and Carney's picture was taken with the Special Forces guys who picked Bergdahl up. So now that his cover is blown, he had to resign his position as WH Secretary.

Or maybe Carney was a secret Taliban agent all along! Now that Obama has done their bidding, his job is done. Keep a close eye on Joe Biden.

Or maybe Carney is really Bergdahl's uncle. Now that Bergdahl is free, his job is done.

....I dunno. I really like the whole "Obama won't resign!" scenario because it's so over-the-top. So I'm going to think that Carney is moving on to be in charge of prepping those FEMA camps for the Wolverines.

Thanks! This was fun! Sort of like writing political fan fiction.......

It's January 2017, inauguration day for President Hillary Clinton. A crowd rivaling the size of Obama's inaugurations has gathered to witness the historic swearing in. As Hillary places her hand on the Bible, Barack Obama leaps onto the stage: "Wait! I'm not going anywhere!"

The smattering of Republicans in the crowd sigh and move toward the exits, looking for the vans that will transport them to the FEMA camps that they knew were there all along.

Hand still on the Bible, Hillary turns to Obama, her eyes whirligging in white hot fury. The expression on Obama's face changes from resolve to, can it be? Fear! Hillary pounces on Obama and they become a cloud of fists and feet and asterisks and exclamation points! Her "brain damage" glasses go flying into the front row and spectators dive for them like they were a home run ball.

Entrepreneurs in the crowd begin taking bets. Hillary is favored to win. And does. The swearing in recommences. Obama sits off to the side with swirly lines over his head, his eyes Xs, listening to little birdies tweeting. Uh-buh-dee uh-bud-dee that's all folks!
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#46 Nonny

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Posted 02 June 2014 - 06:48 AM

View PostLord of the Sword, on 02 June 2014 - 12:06 AM, said:

View PostOmega, on 01 June 2014 - 09:19 PM, said:

I'd really love to see that. I'd love to see the Republicans impeach Obama, not for all the actually horrible and evil things he's been responsible for, but for saving an American soldier's life. The party that's been shooting itself in the foot for years would finally have worked its way up to the head. Maybe something sane could take its place.

Oh I'm sure that the democrats would definitely spin it that way, even though the crime itself is the failure to notify Congress. And I'm fairly sure that even if it is determined the soldier deserted that nothing will come of it. He'll get a free pass for desertion, due to the political fall out of court marshaling him and jailing him. If it is determined he deserted I hope they at least give him the dishonorable discharge, but I won't hold my breath on that one either.

Or, in this case, failure to give Congressional obstructionist Republicans the opportunity to begin screaming their fury in time to blow the deal.  Gosh, what a pity!  If Bergdahl's head had appeared on a pike, they could have blamed the President for that too!  If it turns out Bergdahl is not found guilty of desertion, very likely because no war was ever declared and it's a mighty hard charge to prove, they'll blame Obama.  If he is, they'll blame Obama.  And no matter how much evidence comes to light that proves beyond a shadow of a doubt that Reagan should have spent the rest of his life in prison for Iran Contra, that particular president will never be anything but a saint to them.
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#47 Nonny

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Posted 02 June 2014 - 06:59 AM

View PostLord of the Sword, on 02 June 2014 - 12:03 AM, said:

View PostDev F, on 01 June 2014 - 09:43 PM, said:

Here's my question for you: What do you imagine that this awful, awful "Negotiating with terrorists" will encourage the Taliban to do that they're not already doing? Do you think the enemy who's dead set on driving us out of Afghanistan has been holding back, and now that they know they'll be able to exchange prisoners with us they'll . . . what? Go on a prisoner-taking rampage across the country? Would that actually be worse than what they're now doing, which is devoting all their energy to killing American soldiers whenever and wherever they can?

You're looking at this as if the Taliban are the ONLY bad guys in the world. They aren't. Now that it has been publicly established that the US does negotiate with terrorists, what's to stop drug cartels from pulling this same stunt? Or anyone else for that matter?

LOL we don't need you to tell us that there are other bad guys in the world.  There's this pair of billionaire brothers who are trying to buy the government, and the GOPocrites are taking their money by the bushel.  Some blathering big mouth Oxycontin addict is still screaming his lies on the radio.  Former VP Cheney is still running around loose.  Don't get me started on Putin.  The drug cartels already commit atrocities that make a decent person's blood run cold.  And most of the atrocities are committed with at least a veneer of religious intolerance masquerading as devotion.  Most of the worst that befalls women is considered the right of whatever religion or individual does it.

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You guys claim that it's because I'm so dead set against Obama as the reason I'm against this. I think it's cause you guys are so in love with the boy is the reason you don't mind dealing and negotiating and meeting terrorists demands.

This is racism.  This is hardly a step below the n-word in racist intensity.
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Posted 02 June 2014 - 07:04 AM

View PostNorville, on 02 June 2014 - 12:11 AM, said:

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your judgment means nothing to me.

Good. This outrage-machine parroting of talking points means nothing to me, and is not impressive or a sign of remarkable, rugged individuality. You don't need to listen to us, we don't need to listen to you, and I'd recommend that Nonny disengage from dealing with this in any way, as it's apparently compromising her psychological health.

Take care of yourself, Nonny, and do not engage.

I appreciate your concern, but I am taking care of myself by engaging.  I have a huge emotional debt to myself that I need to pay off for allowing myself to be bullied into not reporting the rape.  Not engaging is worse than engaging, but I'm seldom more than a week away from an appointment with my clinician.  As it happens, my appointment is 1100 this morning.
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#49 Tricia

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Posted 02 June 2014 - 07:17 AM

View Postyadda yadda, on 02 June 2014 - 01:14 AM, said:

Afghani Taliban mujahideen, circa 1985, fighting against Soviet occupiers--------brave freedom fighters, given stinger missiles by the CIA

Afghani Taliban mujahideen, circa 2014, fighting against US freedom forces------scumbag terrorists, hunted and blown up by CIA drones

How can some two-faced people just  change on a dime like that?


"One man's terrorist is another man's freedom fighter"

Depends on what purpose in the narrative that people want.  :shrug:

Or what side you're on.

We had quite a few allies or freedom fighters that the US supported during "those" years that are now considered to be the 'Bad Guys"

I don't know all they are all about but I'm quite sure that the Taliban doesn't think they are bad guys and they think we are.

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There's only you and me and we just disagree"


Granted more than just disagreeing but that's the root of it all.  We invaded and they want us out, gone.  

"Why can't we just all get along?" Not likely

Pardon me folks for my grumbling ;)  

Now back to your regularly scheduled programming

Edited by Tricia, 02 June 2014 - 07:33 AM.

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#50 Nonny

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Posted 02 June 2014 - 07:20 AM

Well said, Tricia.   :thumbs-up:
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Posted 02 June 2014 - 07:23 AM

All sarcasm (on my part) aside, I want to be clear:

1. I think the right's reaction is political and over-the-top. See LoTS's ridiculous comments about impeachment and/or never trading POWs with the enemy when you're wrapping up a war, which is what is happening in Afghanistan now.

BUT

2. I do think there needs to be an investigation to get to the bottom of how this young man fell into the Taliban's hands. If he deserted, he needs to be--at the least--dishonorably discharged. And I am certain that others here feel the same way.

We are leaving Afghanistan. If we left without collecting Bergdahl, he'd most likely be executed. Regardless of his behavior, I don't see how we can do that.

Again, we the public know "thismuch" about this story. I cannot believe that military and intelligence experts would have signed on to this prisoner exchange if they did not think it the right thing to do.
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#52 Tricia

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Posted 02 June 2014 - 08:52 AM

http://www.msnbc.com...sparks-partisan

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But Republicans went on to raise a separate concern. House Intelligence Committee Chairman Mike Rogers (R-Mich.), among others, condemned the White House for having “negotiated with terrorists.” The Michigan Republican added that the move marked a “fundamental shift in U.S. policy.”

That’s a nice soundbite, but it’s also wrong.

In principle, the United States does not negotiate with terrorists, which is a sensible policy intended to discourage terrorism. In practice, the United States has negotiated with terrorists plenty of times.


For example, when terrorists hijacked TWA Flight 847 in 1985, the Reagan administration negotiated with the hostage takers, despite the U.S. policy, and despite fears that it might create an incentive for future hijackings.

More recently, and more to the point, military leaders appointed by the Bush/Cheney administration, at David Petraeus’ behest, endorsed negotiations with the Taliban years ago in the hopes of improving national security conditions in Afghanistan

Note the last paragraph  

Edited by Tricia, 02 June 2014 - 08:55 AM.

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Posted 02 June 2014 - 09:08 AM

View PostSpectacles, on 02 June 2014 - 05:42 AM, said:

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LoTS: GOD only knows what else he has in store for America before his term ends...if it ever does. Cause I can honestly see him refusing to step down, and trying to remain in power...all in the name of national security, or some other BS.

In fact...I'm wondering if this is the reason Carney suddenly resigned? I wonder if Carney couldn't work for a President that would deal with Terrorists?

I don't know....Carney seems pretty tight with Obama. Maybe he's leaving the administration early to be a general in the Obama-FEMA Army that will have to quell the uprising of Wolverines in 2016.

Or maybe Carney is super-secret Special Ops and had to hop in a phone booth to change into his uniform before flying to Afghanistan to personally get Bergdahl. But someone slipped up and Carney's picture was taken with the Special Forces guys who picked Bergdahl up. So now that his cover is blown, he had to resign his position as WH Secretary.

Or maybe Carney was a secret Taliban agent all along! Now that Obama has done their bidding, his job is done. Keep a close eye on Joe Biden.

Or maybe Carney is really Bergdahl's uncle. Now that Bergdahl is free, his job is done.

....I dunno. I really like the whole "Obama won't resign!" scenario because it's so over-the-top. So I'm going to think that Carney is moving on to be in charge of prepping those FEMA camps for the Wolverines.

Thanks! This was fun! Sort of like writing political fan fiction.......

It's January 2017, inauguration day for President Hillary Clinton. A crowd rivaling the size of Obama's inaugurations has gathered to witness the historic swearing in. As Hillary places her hand on the Bible, Barack Obama leaps onto the stage: "Wait! I'm not going anywhere!"

The smattering of Republicans in the crowd sigh and move toward the exits, looking for the vans that will transport them to the FEMA camps that they knew were there all along.

Hand still on the Bible, Hillary turns to Obama, her eyes whirligging in white hot fury. The expression on Obama's face changes from resolve to, can it be? Fear! Hillary pounces on Obama and they become a cloud of fists and feet and asterisks and exclamation points! Her "brain damage" glasses go flying into the front row and spectators dive for them like they were a home run ball.

Entrepreneurs in the crowd begin taking bets. Hillary is favored to win. And does. The swearing in recommences. Obama sits off to the side with swirly lines over his head, his eyes Xs, listening to little birdies tweeting. Uh-buh-dee uh-bud-dee that's all folks!

  Gosh, thanks for the day-starting laugh, Specs! At first I began to read it and thought you was me... :wink:

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Posted 02 June 2014 - 09:48 AM

Wow, I just had a thought. How is Fox going to fairly balance between coverage of this latest Obama atrocity and BENGHAZI? Maybe the GOP controlled House can introduce legislation to adjust the daylight savings program somehow so they can spend 12 hours on Bergdahl's situation and still maintain a proper and respectful 13 hours a day to the real deal.

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Posted 02 June 2014 - 10:04 AM

View PostLord of the Sword, on 02 June 2014 - 12:03 AM, said:

You're looking at this as if the Taliban are the ONLY bad guys in the world. They aren't. Now that it has been publicly established that the US does negotiate with terrorists, what's to stop drug cartels from pulling this same stunt? Or anyone else for that matter?
What "stunt"? Capturing a POW in a war zone? I don't know how many times I can point out that this is not an act of terrorism before I get a concussion from beating my head against the wall.

And given that it's not an act of terrorism, what you're arguing is that negotiating with the Taliban over a legitimate wartime tactic will inevitably inspire groups that are not the Taliban to engage in activities that are not legitimate wartime tactics. Do you not see how silly it is to argue that doing one thing with one group will motivate an unrelated group to do an unrelated thing?

Edited by Dev F, 02 June 2014 - 10:07 AM.


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Posted 02 June 2014 - 10:23 AM

View PostNonny, on 02 June 2014 - 06:59 AM, said:


This is racism.  This is hardly a step below the n-word in racist intensity.

ROFLMAO! Ah, the famous, predictable, Liberal Democrat war cry for anyone who dares says "Obama isn't the second coming." The war cry used for anyone who disagrees, no matter how slightly, with an Obamabot. ROFLMAO!
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Posted 02 June 2014 - 10:30 AM

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View PostLord of the Sword, on 02 June 2014 - 10:23 AM, said:

View PostNonny, on 02 June 2014 - 06:59 AM, said:

This is racism.  This is hardly a step below the n-word in racist intensity.

ROFLMAO! Ah, the famous, predictable, Liberal Democrat war cry for anyone who dares says "Obama isn't the second coming." The war cry used for anyone who disagrees, no matter how slightly, with an Obamabot. ROFLMAO!

You're the one who called the first African American President of the United States "boy". Maybe if your ass wasn't rolling all over the floor in mirth all the time you could catch your balance and read and interpret the veiled meaning and offensive connotations of your own posts.

Edited by yadda yadda, 02 June 2014 - 10:32 AM.


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Posted 02 June 2014 - 10:37 AM

^^If I could  give this a thousand karma points I would.

Everyone knows the meaning of  calling a grown African-American man "boy" and not just in the South.  I think that 'boy' makes people angrier than the N-word even....or at least all the people that I know.

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Posted 02 June 2014 - 10:43 AM

View PostTricia, on 02 June 2014 - 10:37 AM, said:

^^If I could  give this a thousand karma points I would.

Everyone knows the meaning of  calling a grown African-American man "boy" and not just in the South.  I think that 'boy' makes people angrier than the N-word even....or at least all the people that I know.
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Posted 02 June 2014 - 11:01 AM

Speaking as a Moderator...


Everyone. Knock it off. Stop insulting each other and making personal remarks. This has gone entirely too far and it stops now.

Take a break, cool off and approach this topic with a calmer head. Stick to the topic at hand in the original post.

LotS, your comment about other ExIslers is under staff review. I strongly suggest you refrain from accusing fellow members of supporting terrorists. Your "Obamabot" references to fellow members isn't cool either.

Edited by Mikoto, 02 June 2014 - 11:02 AM.
Clarity.

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