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kenc

Posted 5:41 pm, 09/23/2014

.." Mission Accomplished " , ooops, who said that with years and years of his war ahead of us ?

Guess he meant his mission was to start a war.

kenc

Posted 5:35 pm, 09/23/2014

Yeah WG, we're not supposed to post the truth.

wrestlers Grandpa

Posted 5:28 pm, 09/23/2014

underdog are you saying the Mission Accomplished was just a staged banner?....oops....KenC your rattling the cage of the so called informed ....oops...

Top Soil

Posted 5:28 pm, 09/23/2014

Fins (view profile)

Posted 9:48 pm, 09/22/2014

And another moron tries to use the worn out straw man defense.

but its true.

I'm all for blowing the **** out of ISIS, but I know what war entails. you sir, do not. I just find it hypocritical that the ball-less call the ball-less, "ball-less".

Crypt

Posted 4:40 pm, 09/23/2014

What these spoiled oil brats didn't realize is Uncle Sam has a little brown donkey now, and he bites.

underdog2

Posted 4:35 pm, 09/23/2014

Kenny you really show your liberal biased ignorance with each statement you make.

kenc

Posted 4:28 pm, 09/23/2014

I like Bush's "mission accomplished " stupid announcement.

Elmo Cleghorn

Posted 12:18 pm, 09/23/2014

Holy chimoly, that man needs medication, and I don't often say things like that.

Truthseeker911

Posted 12:08 pm, 09/23/2014

I'm sure this is one of our resident nut jobbers. Too many possibilities......

http://samuel-warde.com/201...-response/

TheUUShadow

Posted 11:24 am, 09/23/2014

The poor camel Is probably like "Hey, I didn't start this crap, why pick on me?"

mommotwo

Posted 10:56 am, 09/23/2014

I'd say the camel would be the only ones to trust.

TheUUShadow

Posted 10:55 am, 09/23/2014

kenc (view profile)

Posted 10:49 am, 09/23/2014

Furthermore, to paraphrase George Bush. If we send a million dollar cruise missile to blow up a camel, what does that accomplish?

Looks pretty bad from the camels perspective.

Elmo Cleghorn

Posted 10:50 am, 09/23/2014

Well the alternative could be no funding. Let them bring the war to us.

The one thing I won't do is second guess every move that is made. We're either all in or we just go home. And I felt the very same way during the previous president.

kenc

Posted 10:49 am, 09/23/2014

Furthermore, to paraphrase George Bush. If we send a million dollar cruise missile to blow up a camel, what does that accomplish?

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By all means Lonzo let's paraphrase W.

mommotwo

Posted 10:46 am, 09/23/2014

I agree, Elmo. It's just the funding I kinda question.

Elmo Cleghorn

Posted 10:44 am, 09/23/2014

mommotwo (view profile)
Posted 10:33 am, 09/23/2014
The regional armies sounds like a good idea, Elmo, it's just that how the heck do we know who we can trust over there? Doesn't it usually bite us in the rear? The region has proven unstable and irrational.

I wish I were privy to intelligence reports. My opinion would be easier to express. From what I gather from reports of the air strikes since last night, some of our enemies are also cooperating "at this point" with their own air strikes. They will be providing the initial boots on the ground.

So for me, for today ... Let their armies die ... Not ours

Umpire

Posted 10:42 am, 09/23/2014

COMMAND CENTERS IN BASEMENTS OF SCHOOLS AND HOSPITALS.

SORT OF LIKE THE BUNDY CROWD. HIDING BEHIND CHILDREN AND WOMEN.

alonzo harris

Posted 10:37 am, 09/23/2014

Folks wondered why, with all the surveillance capability of the US, that ISIS could form up miles-long convoys across open desert to attack cities. But those days are over.

Just like the islamists do in Israel, they'll put their command centers in basements of schools and hospitals. Cue the dead children videos. What then?

Furthermore, to paraphrase George Bush. If we send a million dollar cruise missile to blow up a camel, what does that accomplish?

mommotwo

Posted 10:33 am, 09/23/2014

The regional armies sounds like a good idea, Elmo, it's just that how the heck do we know who we can trust over there? Doesn't it usually bite us in the rear? The region has proven unstable and irrational.

Elmo Cleghorn

Posted 10:29 am, 09/23/2014

The part about this approach, which I am unsure will work, is to allow American air strikes to slow down this threat ... while at the same time let the regional armies provide the ground forces. I am tired of seeing young American men and women killed and maimed.

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