koch on one side soros on the other
Dr. Pyro wrote:This may sound strange coming from a Libertarian such as myself, but I say Hooray! Bill Clinton. You have to remember these monsters shot and killed four federal agents and were ordered to surrender. What would you have done? Condone the murder of federal agents and just let bygones be bygones? Of course not. And when the Branch Dividians would not negotiate and indeed threatened more troops with harm, the die was cast. Clinton was in a lose-lose situation: do nothing and he's soft on domestic terriorists; so something, and he's a murderer.
I say he did the right thing, and so do the families of the fallen agents at the hands of the murderous Branch Dividians.
ygmir wrote:how, can irony go so far, so fast?
Of all the people to flash his.........
can't sit still wrote:Barry uses it to wipe in the morning, as does Pelosi, and I've seen little evidence that it's not in the Republican restrooms in the House or Senate over the years either.
can't sit still wrote:An abrupt abandonment of Iraq is a slap aimed at Netanyahu. Maybe it will prevent WW III
Republican Sens. Rand Paul (Ky.) and John McCain (Ariz.) battled on the Senate floor Tuesday over a proposed amendment to the pending defense authorization bill that could allow American citizens who are suspected of terrorism to be denied a civilian trial.
Paul argued the amendment, which is cosponsored by McCain, "puts every single American citizen at risk" and suggested that if the amendment passes, "the terrorists have won."
"Should we err today and remove some of the most important checks on state power in the name of fighting terrorism, well then the terrorists have won," Paul argued, "[D]etaining American citizens without a court trial is not American."
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