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The Ticking Time Bomb of Iran and Obama

Allan60 Wrote: Aug 07, 2012 11:28 PM
You know what? Come Judgement Day I'll be proud to say that I opposed the mass death caused by the Predator drones and Hellfire missiles, and the policies of endless warfare to feed the military industrial complex. I will stand tall and face any accusers knowing that I supported what I believed in, and not some neocon trotskyite wet dream of world hegemony. I'll not bother trading barbs with you either, but I will suggest if you find yourself asking "who would Jesus bomb" then you have missed the point of the Bible.
ksatifka Wrote: Aug 08, 2012 5:16 PM
Yes, Louie, we had the right to invade the Afghans as Al Quida had their forces there and trained there. We also should have finished the job at Bora Bora a few months later and come home. We had no legal or moral right to invade Iraq. It only made the situation worse vis a vis Iran and got thousand of American soldiers (and untold innocent Iraquis) killed. Most of the 9/11 terrorists were Saudis. Didn't see us invading them.
Louie13 Wrote: Aug 07, 2012 11:51 PM
Allan, the attack on 9-11 was the worst attack on the American homeland in memory, we had the right to go to war over that. A man has the right to defend himself, his family, and his nation. And Christ has never condemned self defense or just wars. More generally, God has never condemned what he calls "man's justice". You are siding with the avowed enemies of God and of America, but you will be one of the first they take out when they invade America. When they are done with you, you are gone.

Last Thursday, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad posted on his website his most recent anti-Semitic tirade, saying global forces should join together to annihilate Israel. Meanwhile, in Orlando, Fla., President Barack Obama had a takeout plate of pulled pork and rice.

The Jerusalem Post reported Ahmadinejad as saying, "Anyone who loves freedom and justice must strive for the annihilation of the Zionist regime in order to pave the way for world justice and freedom."

Those words came from the same international leader who called the Holocaust a myth and entreated that Israel should be "wiped off the page of time" in a 2005 speech.