Arab countries and the war on terror. 17 replies

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#11 16 years ago

Because they are the most serious crisis to America right now, that is why.




TheMirage

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#12 16 years ago

America and europe. America the most tho. Don't listen to much to the media, they like to play mental games.




-DarthMaul-

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#13 16 years ago

yeah, guess what america is to them?

we are Thier serious crisis. they are our serious crisis. i dont know how it all started, but i think the american GOVERNMENT(the citizens dont have to do anything with this), needs to just leave the middle east and mind its own business then theyre will be peace.

^ also what mirage said.




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#14 16 years ago

i think its wierd how people bashed Bush because the security wasnt high enough before 9/11 and now their bashing him for making the security too high just make up you mind




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#15 16 years ago

Support isnt good unless everyone contributes. Meaning this war on terror can't be faught alone!




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#16 16 years ago

Support isnt good unless everyone contributes. Meaning this war on terror can't be faught alone!

Col Jimmy Emerici think its wierd how people bashed Bush because the security wasnt high enough before 9/11 and now their bashing him for making the security too high just make up you mind

Eithere way Bush is a ignorant fag that seems to NOT know where Osama is . So much for Republicans being against gay marrage, Bush is gay.:beer:




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#17 16 years ago

No bush knows where he is, he just isnt trying enough, its all osama's contribution that gave us the chance to occupy Iraq and Afghanistan.

besides lets keep this on topic. and i think the terror alert needs to stay high.




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#18 16 years ago

i think its wierd how people bashed Bush because the security wasnt high enough before 9/11 and now their bashing him for making the security too high just make up you mind There is no contradiction here. We (the US) have been safer for the past 3 years than before 9/11. But did this come solely via the Republicans and Bush? No. The changes that Bush and the Republicans are most noteable for (i.e., the Patriot Act) are neither the best action to take with regard to security, nor within the acceptable bounds of government power. Exception: Department of Homeland Security (not even Bush's idea...Bush initially disapproved of it). It is the more stringent security checks at airports and the criticisms of the CIA and FBI that have helped us avert another terrorist attack, overall. Eithere way Bush is a ignorant fag that seems to NOT know where Osama is Yes, I don't think they any longer *know* where Osama is. I think this is partly due to problems in how the CIA gets intelligence. We no longer have agents gathering information on site...now we have to rely on natives and arabs working undercover (who may or may not be actually trying to help us) to tell us the information we need to know. It has resulted in many missed opportunities and intelligence failures.




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