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Theater of War

Joe 145 Wrote: May 04, 2012 9:01 AM
This is where 9/11 originated. It looks as if the forces that were in place that started that process is being re-built. It may take a few years, but we can expect much greater activity in the future. In other words, more frequent and effective terrorist attacks.
3129 Wrote: May 04, 2012 5:03 PM
The U.S. military academy has just released some of the letters, etc. captured when Bin Laden was taken out. It makes for laborious reading, but is highly enlightening about what is going on in the world of jihad. Fire All Incumbents. Viva la revolucion.

My old American Heritage Dictionary defines the word "theater," inter alia, as "a large geographic area in which military operations are coordinated." Throughout World War II, official dispatches and press reports described military action and events in the European, Pacific and China-Burma-India "theaters of war." We now have a new definition, courtesy of our present commander in chief: a place to remind everyone that Osama bin Laden is still dead.

On the anniversary of bin Laden's demise at the hands of U.S. special operators, the Barack Obama re-election campaign made a "surprise" middle-of-the-night visit to Kabul, Afghanistan. According to...