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    Quote Originally Posted by BIZILL
    i/we are in the right. you don't see us traveling on their planes trying to blow 'em up.
    wasn't referring to who's right and who's wrong/who started it or who's going to finish it. I'm just simply expressing how easy a horrible thing such as War can happen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aaharvel
    Funny, that that doesn't sound much different from 'our' own train of thought.

    Strange how easy War can happen.
    It doesn't? When was the last time we had our citizens trying to hijack planes and explode them in the public thoroughfare in the middle of Tehran?

    I'm sure all they wanted was to talk over tea, and that would make it all better. If it's us or them, I choose us. That's why you have people reacting with statements of just carpet bombing the whole area (which we won't).

    We're reacting, and have been reacting, not acting against. That's the clear difference. If we could live with in a world where they didn't have to throw punches at every other kid in the sandbox we wouldn't have to come by and sock them in the mouth each and every time.

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    The problem about our reactions is that everytime we do try to do what is needed, the world calls us a bully. We cant fart in anyones direction without the Red Cross, UN, or some other useless group ... up our ass. At the same time, radical Islam can do whatever it wants to do without regard to civility because, hey they are just a bunch of loose cannons without a central place to point to.

    Here is what needs to happen. For all future wars, skirmishes, etc... since the media is basically the enemy of the U.S., I would treat them as such. I would not allow any media from any source in the area. They will be shot if they trespass. A quote from the movie The Siege: "You don't fight a junk yard dog using ASPCA rules, you find yourself a bigger, meaner dog" One day the civilized world will have enough and wipe them out.

    I do not want them to like us (won't happen), or help change them to democracy (won't happen without speration of mosque vs. state). I believe in let and let live. Personally I could care less if they blow each other up all day long on the other side of the world. The minute they bring it to my doorstep, its over. They brought it to us many years ago.
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    Quote Originally Posted by venomclan
    A quote from the movie The Siege: "You don't fight a junk yard dog using ASPCA rules, you find yourself a bigger, meaner dog"
    that movie was a sort of premonition of things to come, wuddin't it? i suggest everyone go watch it. good movie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BIZILL
    that movie was a sort of premonition of things to come, wuddin't it? i suggest everyone go watch it. good movie.
    How could you not think that everytime you see it? Came out in 1998, and still an excellent flick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aaharvel
    Came out in 1998, and still an excellent flick.
    and its in DTS, thats always a plus when looking for movies;) .
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