Al-Queda and John Kerry


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palehorse
March 16, 2004, 12:33 PM
With all of the talk about Spain, Kerry and the increasing control by the FCC and other organizations, this next little bit is absolutely mind-boggling.

Last night here in So. Ca. I was listening to Bill Handel's talk show. He had a guest caller (whose name I wish I could remember) actually say in several ways that in order for Kerry to become President, he advocates a terrorist strike by Al-Queda here on America soil, before November, anticipating a liberal shift similar to that in Spain.

This was not a punk calling in to debate Bill, or his guest. This was a bona fide guest, who was taking calls from listeners. I am not sure if Bill Handel is nationwide, or if anyone else here heard the show as well.

But "publicly advocating" a terrorist strike on our soil seems awfully tantamount to indecency. There are so many things inherently wrong with this. Can anyone else help confirm this?

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Leatherneck
March 16, 2004, 01:05 PM
You expect morality out of liberal politicians? Your handle should be Pollyanna, not Palehorse. :neener:

TC
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mete
March 16, 2004, 01:08 PM
The spanish are fools.Their emotional response has told terrorists that terrorism can change a country's government. Now there will be more attacks to change more governments. The only successful way to deal with terrorism is the hard line.

Jeff White
March 16, 2004, 01:52 PM
The number of Americans who would demand the blood of the terrorists, their families and maybe even turning the country they came from into a nuclear waste land would far out number the handwringing of the blissninnies.

I don't see another attack on American soil as doing anything but enraging the American public. I doubt it would have the same effect on our politics as it had in Spain. The American people would not trust a democrat to respond.

Jeff

bountyhunter
March 16, 2004, 01:57 PM
But "publicly advocating" a terrorist strike on our soil seems awfully tantamount to indecency. There are so many things inherently wrong with this. Can anyone else help confirm this? Let's see..... John Kerry mumbles the opinion that the Bush admin is a bunch of liars and it is covered in detail on every paper and station in America, Yet somehow, he has publicly advocated an Al qaeda strike against the US to aid his re-election and nobody bothered to report it?

No offense, but do Bush supporters have any kind of bull???? recognition system at all in their brains or do they simply latch onto and believe any lie they hear about his opponents?

Could we at least invoke common sense on the odd numbered thursdays of every other month?

Jonesy9
March 16, 2004, 02:13 PM
LOL! ya heard it on talk radio eh? okie dokey. Bounty hunter is right.

I'm certainly no genius but it would seem self eveident that any attack that could be even circumstantially tied to AlQ would be a boon to Bush not Kerry. And Bush has the means to carry it out and the motivation. I imagine that Karl Rove has already been weighing the pros and cons. He doesn't want to go to jail.

gburner
March 16, 2004, 02:24 PM
'No offense (sure), but do Bush supporters have any lind of bullsh1t recognition system at all...'?

Yes they do, and it goes into high gear whenever Kerry or his (no offense) socialist, pinheaded minions opens their mouths.

Jonesy9
March 16, 2004, 02:29 PM
yikes! 2 minutes ago you condem others for making that kind of attack in very strong words bordering on personal attack and here you do the same thing yourself!

no wonder you're a Bush fan. do you even realize how hypocritical that is or does it only register when it's others?


obviously the High Road is not so high when any one verbalizes any dissent from the majority opinion. Sounds just like the anti-gunners. I never realized we had so much in common with them.

J Jones
March 16, 2004, 02:34 PM
I'm certainly no genius

I believe you on that one. ;)

gburner
March 16, 2004, 02:37 PM
Do it again...you play the victim so well. Me thinks thou doth protest too much. You guys love to stir the pot, but when someone sets a plate down in front of you, you howl and scream like a scalded cat. I'm only playin' the game by the rules you seem to have set for yourselves.

You want to be civil and talk cases...
we can do that. You want to call the CIC a coward, a liar, AWOL, etc...well we can go that route too. You put the car in the ditch and have the nerve to complain that we're not on the high road. Jeez, some people.

pax
March 16, 2004, 02:40 PM
And this one is done...

pax

It is better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to open one's mouth and remove all doubt. -- Calvin Coolidge

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