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(06-10-2011 10:06 PM)username Wrote:  Well? Get involved or not?

No. I'm done with this shit until we get our own affairs in order. Fuck NATO, fuck the U.N....fuck'em all. Until other countries step the fuck up and quit relying on the USA to do their dirty work, while at the same time chastising us...fuck'em all.






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06-11-2011 10:58 AM
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(06-11-2011 10:58 AM)thekid65 Wrote:  
(06-10-2011 10:06 PM)username Wrote:  Well? Get involved or not?

No. I'm done with this shit until we get our own affairs in order. Fuck NATO, fuck the U.N....fuck'em all. Until other countries step the fuck up and quit relying on the USA to do their dirty work, while at the same time chastising us...fuck'em all.

America has a support role only in Libya the same would probably apply to Syria.

So shut the fuck up you indignant motherfucker, its the British and French doing the flying and dying not yankee doodle dandies.

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06-11-2011 11:23 AM
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I agree, get the fuck out and let them handle it. We are way to involved in this WWIII there is no main theme or target, no cause and no way we can win any of this. When a country goes to war it should be to win not pussy foot around. Get the job done and get out. That does not seem possible today. NATO and the UN only ties the hands that are doing the work. A lesson in stupidity with lives at stake.






06-11-2011 11:27 AM
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(06-11-2011 11:23 AM)White Pud Wrote:  America has a support role only in Libya the same would probably apply to Syria.

So shut the fuck up you indignant motherfucker, its the British and French doing the flying and dying not yankee doodle dandies.

Twat

hah

Right...like the Brits and Frogs would ever take on two battles at once. You guys sure are brave 2 miles up in the air.

Let's see how long this little battle lasts with those two countries "doing the flying". And then, if/when Gaddafi steps down or is killed, it will be interesting to see how the Brits/Frogs handle the new regime which supplies them with oil for their petrol. It's gonna be a comedy of errors.






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06-11-2011 11:46 AM
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OK..........lets put it into the no spin machine.


The Financial Times story also puts the lie to the Obama administration’s assurances that the United States would be at the forefront of NATO operations for only “days, not weeks” and that since April 4 U.S. troops have been in a “support,” rather than active combat, role:

Although it is working under NATO, the U.S. is by far the largest contributor to operation Unified Protector. As of mid-May it was conducting 70 percent of reconnaissance missions, over 75 percent of refueling flights and 27 percent of all air sorties.

The U.S. has about 75 aircraft, including drones, involved in the operations and since the end of March has conducted about 2,600 aircraft sorties and about 600 combat sorties. …

In total the U.S. military has fired about 228 missiles as of mid-May.






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(06-11-2011 12:09 PM)Maggot Wrote:  OK..........lets put it into the no spin machine.


The Financial Times story also puts the lie to the Obama administration’s assurances that the United States would be at the forefront of NATO operations for only “days, not weeks” and that since April 4 U.S. troops have been in a “support,” rather than active combat, role:

Although it is working under NATO, the U.S. is by far the largest contributor to operation Unified Protector. As of mid-May it was conducting 70 percent of reconnaissance missions, over 75 percent of refueling flights and 27 percent of all air sorties.

The U.S. has about 75 aircraft, including drones, involved in the operations and since the end of March has conducted about 2,600 aircraft sorties and about 600 combat sorties. …

In total the U.S. military has fired about 228 missiles as of mid-May.

Ya, like I said a "supporting" role.

Face it, you are shaking your arse at the enemy, while the British and French are waving their cock and balls at them.






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06-11-2011 12:41 PM
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I picture all of this in my mind as I read it.






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Americans dish out 2 million a day for a war that is illegal. At least Bush got congressional approval before going into Iraq. Barry IS the king though......



Despite increasingly shrill claims of progress, the war in Libya appears stalemated and destined to last for months, if not years. Britain’s defense secretary was up front about this, saying it would probably still be going on past Christmas. For a Congress coping with an already staggering deficit and facing growing doubts about the nation’s myriad wars, this may be far too long, and far too expensive, to tolerate.






06-11-2011 12:55 PM
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Yeah, it's the cost that bothers me. We just can't afford it.

No time to go look but are we sending drones in to Yemen now? I think I heard something on the news about that yesterday.






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06-11-2011 01:20 PM
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(06-11-2011 01:20 PM)username Wrote:  sending drones in to Yemen now?

Rob/Bob/Mohammed is already in Yemen boring the rebels to death with a slide show of a fat man looking into the middle distance.






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06-11-2011 01:48 PM
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This is not nation building. It is an escalation in a slowly evolving world war. What is the motive? And yes there is no more money. If the U.S. has to borrow from China and raise the debt ceiling yet continue to fund wars, something is wrong. How can this continue? What nation will bail out America? They will only come and invade much like a gang of looters.






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(06-11-2011 01:50 PM)Maggot Wrote:  This is not nation building. It is an escalation in a slowly evolving world war. What is the motive? And yes there is no more money. If the U.S. has to borrow from China and raise the debt ceiling yet continue to fund wars, something is wrong. How can this continue? What nation will bail out America? They will only come and invade much like a gang of looters.

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(06-11-2011 01:55 PM)White Pud Wrote:  
(06-11-2011 01:50 PM)Maggot Wrote:  This is not nation building. It is an escalation in a slowly evolving world war. What is the motive? And yes there is no more money. If the U.S. has to borrow from China and raise the debt ceiling yet continue to fund wars, something is wrong. How can this continue? What nation will bail out America? They will only come and invade much like a gang of looters.

hah

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America should learn from the Limeys it looks like they are learning from the Germans a little common sense goes a long way........hah



One reason May spoke so firmly, news reports strongly suggest, is that Britain’s Home Affairs ministry has given asylum to some 160,000 asylum seekers out of a backlog of some 450,000. It denied very few.

When details of the backlog and its resolution surfaced just days before May's trip to France, British officials said the immigration authorities had, in effect, granted an amnesty.

Reported the BBC:

So far 403,500 applications from the backlog have been fully processed. Of those, only 38,000 were rejected compared with 161,000 who were given permission to remain.

The latter was "such a large proportion that it amounts in effect to an amnesty," [members of Parliament] said.

Of the remaining 205,500 applications, 40,500 were effectively shelved simply because "the applicants cannot be found and it is unknown whether they are in the UK, have left the country or are dead" — an outcome [members of Parliament] said was "indefensible."


Keep writing those cheques and bend over...the tax man cometh. 100% tax rate is right around the next mosque.






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