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"An Act of Terrorism"

Chicago Undercover Wrote: Apr 16, 2013 1:23 PM
You're a real class act. Speaking as a conservative, I can only say that I pity your hatred for your fellow countrymen, that drives you so much that al you can think of, in this time, is to come onto TH and incite. The only thing I am disappointed in is that my fellow "countrymen" (e.g. - those like you) consider me such an evil being that even in this time you cannot put aside your silliness. I pray that you can reconcile with whichever "conservative": has so wounded you.
BabyChe'sCrushedSkull Wrote: Apr 16, 2013 1:36 PM
Raul is an insufferable a**hole, most of the time, then whines about civility.
Rick3767 Wrote: Apr 16, 2013 1:34 PM
raul -
I try not to denigrate the person, although the ideas they propose are worthy of little else than denigration.
rauljg69 Wrote: Apr 16, 2013 1:30 PM
You must not be reading your fellow conservative comments on all the other articles. OBVIOUSLY. I tried early on..but your cohorts are truly the one full of hate. ITs in black and white read for yourself. And the fact of the matter what I wrote is absolutely true. You all spewed how he refused to call Benghazi an act of terror and were hoping the same thing here. Tell me that's not true. Go read other comments and tell me where I am wrong.

And you must be new. You are the FIRST ever to say my fellow countrymen on this site. Most almost all do not share the same sentiment. In fact they usually speak in terms of us REAL Americans when referring to conservatives and denigrate any non conservative.
Amid the ongoing investigation into the Boston Marathon bombings yesterday, President Obama identified the tragedy as "an act of terrorism" in his press conference this morning, following comments made by Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel having identified the bombings as "a cruel act of terror."

The bombings were a "heinous cowardly act," President Obama said this morning, "and given what we now know about what took place, the FBI is investigating it as an act of terrorism." The President also encouraged strength and vigilance: "The American people refuse to be terrorized."

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