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Why Is It The President Still Thinks It Was “Kids” That Brought The Planes Down On Us?

You know, our strategy in dealing with these extremists who still want to attack us is on the one hand, chase them and find them and bring them to justice; and on the other hand, help change the conditions that caused 19 kids to get on airplanes and come and kill nearly 3,000 citizens on our soil.

If W is suggesting that he has a strategy for fixing those conditions, it’s not obviated in his overt actions. I sure wish he would let us know how he’s changing the conditions, but I’m not overly optimistic. He’s not made a dent in the gangland shootings in our town and the conditions that cause teenagers to join gangs. As to what makes him think he can change the conditions that make people sign up to be suicide bombers, I have no clue.

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4 Responses to “Why Is It The President Still Thinks It Was “Kids” That Brought The Planes Down On Us?”

  1. I don’t know why he continues to use the word “kids” when he’s talking about those vermin rotting in hell who murdered 3000 on 9/11. It’s ridiculous.

    He’s not made a dent in the gangland shootings in our town and the conditions that cause teenagers to join gangs.

    Isn’t this a local problem? Why don’t the local politicians take care of this? As far as the terrorists, it wasn’t U.S. policy that created the terrorists; but, it is the right policy to kill them after they’ve murdered us.

  2. Except for the small number of nut balls willing to risk it all, aren’t the terrorists a local matter as well?

    Which comes first, us killing them or them murdering us? how do you know some one is about to murder you when they have no past history of doing so? How can you justify killing some one that might murder you after they’ve worked for you as a contractor? You see, your simple one liner answer doesn’t do justice to the complex problem, Steve. My point is that people are murdered on a daily basis, and these are not terrorists, or are they? but nonetheless, nothing can be done to stop them, how are we going to stop terrorists without nuking the whole of Iraq?

  3. Except for the small number of nut balls willing to risk it all, aren’t the terrorists a local matter as well?

    You’re kidding, right? 19 killed 3000 in America on 9/11. Hezbollah terrorists from Lebanon committed all kinds of terrorism against Israel in Israel. Arabs from throughout the Middle East left their home countries and traveled to Sudan, then Afghanistan, and the latter isn’t populated by Arabs. Where were the vermin who attacked Spain on 3/11? And look how many foreigners have gone to Iraq from their home countries to murder and maim. Terrorists are a local matter? I think not.

    Which comes first, us killing them or them murdering us? how do you know some one is about to murder you when they have no past history of doing so? How can you justify killing some one that might murder you after they’ve worked for you as a contractor? You see, your simple one liner answer doesn’t do justice to the complex problem, Steve.

    No, sir. My point is quite apt. We are at war. Legally, constitution ally, morally. The U.S., through overreaching  (in my opinion) rules of engagement, does its utmost to kill only the terrorists, but nothing is clean in war; that’s why it’s war. And again, you need to learn from history; Japan was not going to surrender before the A-bombs were dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and then they realized they were going to be killed without a way to fight back like they had. They were beat and beat bad, and the fight was knocked out of them. Was it horrible? Did civilians die unnecessaril y? Yes to both questions, but whose fault was that? They had started the war, and the U.S. was going to finish it, and keep going until Japan surrendered.   Based on all military information, millions upon millions of Japanese and a million Americans would have been killed if the bombs hadn’t been dropped. Now, I’m not advocating nuking Iraq (or anywhere else), but the terrorists still need to be fought until they surrender or are killed. Hopefully without killing civilians, but the terrorists need to be beaten regardless. This is what war is.

  4. help change the conditions that caused 19 kids to get on airplanes and come and kill nearly 3,000 citizens on our soil.

    Does that mean he is going to start a campaign against religion?

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