invade pakistan

darkbeaver
Republican
#61
Quote: Originally Posted by EagleSmack View Post

Cue in the Twilight Zone music!

Gosh I love it when the Beaver speaks! He represents you folks so well.

Gosh, thankyou Smack. Shag Harbour Interplanetary Shipyards, parts for a 1957 Galaxie 750, hyperpipes and chrome destructo gauge 6500.00 Euros, no USdollars please.
 
EagleSmack
#62
Quote: Originally Posted by lone wolf View Post

And what folks would that be?

Woof!

Liberals, Progressives, Socialist, Communist, Revisionist, Leftists, Democrats (or Canadian equivelant)

...those folks. They know who they are and the Beav is their spokesman!

Rant on Beav... Rant on!
 
lone wolf
Free Thinker
#63
I'll take that as a compliment. All of them are free to think their own thoughts....

Woof!
 
gopher
No Party Affiliation
+1
#64
''8 wounded in Venezuela''

many more die in Pakistan:

http://www.cnn.com/2007/WORLD/asiapc...ife/index.html



but let's invade Venezuela, instead .......

After all, they have more oil!
 
MikeyDB
#65
We simply have another military junta in Pakistan supported by taxpaying Americans. It's kinda like the goose that laid the golden egg....to terrorists henchmen and criminals...

Without adequate intelligence..(see 9/11, Gulf of Tonkin, Iraq invasion etc. etc.), absent a scintilla of understanding (unless one embraces that radical Evangelicals like Pat Robertson are actually "the chosen people") and completely lacking in foresight and vision (unable to successfully address and redress the racially motivated prejudices born out of enslaving African Americans) etc. America travels around the world pumping billions into oppressive regimes like Pakistan and Israel and has the temerity to tell the world...."Yer either with us or you're with the terrorists..."

Duh.....Must be Americans....
 
Colpy
Conservative
#66
Quote: Originally Posted by #juan View Post

Jay wrote:

Were they "your" buildings? Don't you have a Canadian flag up? Was that a slip of the tongue?

Article Five of NATO's founding document states that an attack on one is an attack on all. Yes, in that sense they were "our" buildings......as well there were a number of Canadian citizens killed, "our" citizens, and Osama has listed us among the top targets in the west for terror attacks. Like it or not, we are in this clash up to our ears, and we need to win, or at least hold the line.........
 
Northboy
#67
Quote: Originally Posted by cortez View Post

hey canadian forces --yer wasting yer time in afganistan
the taliban- alqueda remnants yer looking for are in pakistan-- you know that bastion of democracy right next door to afganistan

oh wait ya cant-- theyve got the bomb
and their our friends

Why would we want to do that????

Sounds like they're busy enough themselves....And what about after???? you want us to be the nanny state to China's problem....Let them sort it out, they had a lot to do with making the mess in my view....

The Afghan People seem to have picked us as their choice for a nanny state....That should be enough for us to take on at the moment....
 
senorita
#68
The truth being that the US government consists of people with similar ideologies as some people on this forum. It's a very scary thought.How a certain country can screw others over and sit back and point fingers at and blame others--- even scarier. Always the innocent who are targetted..always.
 
gopher
No Party Affiliation
+1
#69
``Always the innocent who are targetted..always.``


And what's worse is how the radical right wing insists that they are doing a great favor to their victims.
 
senorita
#70
Quote: Originally Posted by gopher View Post

``Always the innocent who are targetted..always.``


And what's worse is how the radical right wing insists that they are doing a great favor to their victims.


I know eh. Its utterly sad.

I think that people who sit behind there PC's and decide which country should be invaded need to get a hint of reality. I wish people could see the truth sometimes.

Nobody sees the war torn countries in their brutal realities. Nobody sees the deaths and the bloodshed.

The western idea of freedom is a bloody irony. No pun intended.

p.s gopher, I find you one of the sensible of the lot..
 
gopher
No Party Affiliation
+1
#71
`` p.s gopher, I find you one of the sensible of the lot..``


Thank you.

As you can see I cannot get the radical right wingers to apply their ''principles'' on a consistent basis because, in reality, they know nothing of principle. Demonstrating integrity or character is something beyond their capabilities. And yet they persist in their immoral evils.

No wonder the vast majority of the world's population has such disdain for their hero Bush and their actions.
 
mrmom2
#72
Quote: Originally Posted by Colpy View Post

Article Five of NATO's founding document states that an attack on one is an attack on all. Yes, in that sense they were "our" buildings......as well there were a number of Canadian citizens killed, "our" citizens, and Osama has listed us among the top targets in the west for terror attacks. Like it or not, we are in this clash up to our ears, and we need to win, or at least hold the line.........

Funny how Osama has never been charged with any crime related to 911 .
 
darkbeaver
Republican
#73
He's not on the fbi's most populat list either is he? Maybe he retired to an old terrorists villa somewhere.
 
darkbeaver
Republican
#74
He's not on the fbi's most populat list either is he? Maybe he retired to an old terrorists villa somewhere. For such a paragon of satanic evil he seems to have fizzled rather quickly.
 
darkbeaver
Republican
#75
We citizen christians of WestWorld must invade or at least bomb pakistan for the sake of democracy and reinstall Presibent Mushariffe a staunch ally in the war on terrorism,after the corrupt supreme court and all the communist layers have been defeated. We can then reinstall Bennyzar Bootoh a staunch supporter of the war on terrorism, what wait there's two staunch allies of TWOT locked in mortal healthy competition/combat both firm believers in democracy, my goodness how fortunate for Packistan and us people of the FW (free world).
 
gopher
No Party Affiliation
+1
#76
Gee, why aren't this forum's pro war, pro democracy, freedom loving, and principled right wingers demanding a Bush invasion of Pakistan???

Their silence is deafening!!!
 
darkbeaver
Republican
#77
It's because they're unpatriotic traitors to democracy and our values and most of them haven't got a clue where or what Pakistan is. I think they're fair wheather flag suckers.
 
MikeyDB
#78
Youse guys!!!!

We know perfectly well that the Americans can't afford another "war" just now and besides, Saudi Arabia another staunch ally of the United States rules with the kind of "justice" that sees the victim of a gang rape sent to jail and handed lashes for her "crimes".. It shouldn't suprise anyone that America will pick and choose the occaision of their justifiable outrage....after all an office building is far more important than punishing the innocent as a matter of national policy.

Pakistan has "harbored" extremist elements that have contributed to the ranks of many terrorist organizations but Americans will follow their hand holding petrosexual president to war on the basis of lies and exaggeration but .....hey you can make an American believe anything..... even self-ahihilation as an appropriate response to fighting over slavery....or state vs fedreral or involving one's nation in civil wars like South and North Vietnam or invading Granada.... real important stuff.....

Americans.....DUH!
 
MikeyDB
#79
Of course all the happy Canadian supporters of the mess in Afghanistan will be delighted with reports that violence and carnage are on the increase in that lovely little nation and Harper the Hopeless has Canada up to our eyeballs in a conflict that an examination of history could convince even a fool of.....as a bad idea.

We have only dull instruments of commerce at the helm of government today and as long as they're filling their shelves with bargains from sweatshops and China of course the worlds good....

Nabobs and hooligans.....one and all....
 
darkbeaver
Republican
#80
I think the bombing of Pakistan could be carried out quite cost effectively, I don't see any economic impediment whatever, the carriers are right there, next saturday afternoon is open, it'll be a cake walk. No the only thing in the way is a lack of backbone and family values. Our god is bigger than there god.
 
gopher
No Party Affiliation
+1
#81
Exactamundo!!!


Drop a few bombs on Musharraf, blow up the military, and restore democracy at once to Pakistan!!

WHY AREN'T THIS FORUM'S MANY REPUBLICANS CALLING FOR AN INVASION????



 
gopher
No Party Affiliation
+1
#82
Hey Republicans --- don't you want to demonstrate to the world all that great moral principle that you have ascribing to yourselves all this time??

Why the silence???


C'on Pukes -- let's hear it:

!!!CRUCIFY MUSHARRAF!!!


 
thomaska
#83
Have another drink guys...
 
MikeyDB
#84
Gopher..

You can't expect balance insightful contemplation of anything from the Republicans hanging around CC....

They're much happier making money on the backs of the American people by investing in war and petroleum. If you look up selfishness in the dictionary there's a good chance that there's a pointer to "republicanism". The once fabulous/famous republics that have come and gone don't teach these people anything. Their firm belief in the power of greed and exercise of violence in the name of greed makes then the same as every other republican who stood on the steps of the Senate in Rome and watched as their corruption collapsed the world around them.

No difference and no more availability to reasoned evaluation than any of the republican constructs that have risen and fallen over the entire history of humankind.
 
Just the Facts
Free Thinker
#85


What's all the fuss about. Bhutto has been released, Sharif is back in the country, elections are on schedule. No problem.

The country was under clear and present danger of falling to insurgents. The frontier provinces are run by the Taliban. Can you imagine Alaska, Washington and Oregon being run by Satan's choice!! What a joke. The Army is disintegrating with factions deserting in favour of joining the Talibaners, the Islamists are defying law and order from their base in the red mosque blowing up innocents who they felt were "unworthy" of being alive. The first thing Bhutto did is hold a huge rally to bait her opponants and sure enough hundreds died as a result.

So Mooshie instituted emergency measures, big whoop.

Trudeau did the same over a couple of lousy kidnappings.

Can you imagine how fast the War Measures act would be invoked if hundreds were killed by car bombs at the Santa Claus parade.

Lets keep things in perspective.

Now I hear Sharif is threatening to lead a boycott of elections! What the heck did he come back for then? Just to make trouble? What's he afraid of, getting as much support as Ron Paul at the polls?
 
gopher
No Party Affiliation
+1
#86
`` Trudeau did the same over a couple of lousy kidnappings.``


So far as I recall he did it after having been urged to do so by the Quebec pm and Montreal mayor. While some were arrested, constitutional rights were not eliminated and sham elections held as has been done by your hero Musharraf. Also it led to a scandal over the RCMP which ultimately caused Trudeau's downfall. Thus, the democratic process did work.

Now it's time to do the same in Pakistan and it is also time for the Republicans to stop being such a bunch of phonies and to call for Musharraf's head as they did with Saddam. But, of course, they would have to have some measure of integrity in order to do so and that is not likely to ever happen.
 
YoungJoonKim
#87
Quote:

Trudeau did the same over a couple of lousy kidnappings.

It's just that it was under different situation and completely...completely out of leginament reason...which was to protect Canadians, not "trying to stay in power."

I loved how Trudeau shut off some crazy media paparazzi
They were annoying him [and me] REAL bad.
 
gopher
No Party Affiliation
+1
#88
DEMOCRACY DIES IN PAKISTAN:

http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/blogs/sfgate/category?blogid=15&cat=987


As far as big gambles go, George W. Bush's investment of countless billions of American-taxpayer dollars to prop up the democracy-crushing dictatorship of Pakistani strongman President General Pervez Musharraf has been a fiasco - big time ...

In the latest moves by Musharraf's thugs for which, literally (and in various senses of the word), Americans are paying, the regime's security forces have been using tear gas and batons to attack lawyers in cities around Pakistan who have dared to take to the streets in support of democracy and the rule of law. Musharraf's thugs reportedly have arrested thousands of pro-democracy and human-rights activists.




Naturally, this forum's right wing hypocrites do not have the integrity or principle to demand a Bush invasion of Pakistan and the public execution of fascist Musharraf.
 
gopher
No Party Affiliation
+1
#89
No reply from the right wingers.

Naturally.
 
EagleSmack
#90
So we invade Pakistan and....?


...oh I know...get jumped on by you folks for invading Pakistan!
 

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