Quote: Originally Posted by taxslave
OK we will remind you once again. The muzzie terrorists are the rabid ones. If you love them so much go live there. Our side is fighting for democracy and human rights. Just two of many things muslims know nothing about.
Well holy ****e Bad man, that made a lot of sense. "Our side is fighting for democracy and human rights. Just two of many things muslims know nothing about." So, who's democracy and human rights are we defending? Not the iraqi people, their mostly muslims, not the sirians, nope, their mostly muslims. Soooooooooo? Please have the decency to present a real argument, not one that was written on used toilet paper by the reformist who had an epiphany whilst passing a loaf.
Oh and while I'm at it, "If you love them so much go live there. ", this f'cking mantra of the reform party, if you disagree with us you must be the enemy, has got to stop. Like why not something a little more to the point? Why not try "oh yea" or "my mother can whip your mother", like you sound like such a wee child. Take a chance, come up with a rebuttle, a real one. No wonder you reformists had to merge with the cons, you needed party folk who could do the thinking.
Quote: Originally Posted by Walter
Got my vote.
I'm sure he did. And I know you like him. That's ok. The issue isn't that we were fired upon. The issue isn't that our guys were on the ground. Nor behind enemy lines. Nor that they were sighting for the western coalition war plans, ours or anybody else. The issue isn't even that perhaps the mission changed, though I doubt it did. No the issue is that our PM has basically run this country by the popularity polls. I'm sure he judged that most Canadians had had enough with war. That if he were to George Bush it, and jump right in, his popularity would take a nose dive. When asked, he could simply have said, that we were going to join in with the rest of the western nations. When asked what they would be doing, he could have said sending over war planes, and troops, and as to actual actions while there, he could have refused to answer by simply saying it would be detrimental to our troups to publicly discuss the military actions. And too bad if the media and opposition wanted to pander their theories. If he believed that going there was the proper thing, then he should have been a leader, and did it, without sugar coating it, pretending that we would only be dropping bombs from 5 miles up, instead worried about his polling numbers. The press weren't asking him why we were shooting at the enemy, they were asking him why, if we aren't on the ground, needing to return ground fire. So now, as one might expect, everyone is all over this. With the military saying that the mission changed because of the increased threat, and what was that, that isis found a box of bullets? All this b/s because our champion of hair spray didn't have the balls to lead.