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Taliban say deadly Pakistan bombing revenge for bin Laden's death

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Stuck in a spiral of negativity, these people still cannot think outside the box, or see beyond the illusion.

Aiming to attack organizations, they try to kill people.

The world is full of people, not organizations. Always the people pay for the cynical thoughts of the power hungry.

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in the bloodiest attack in the country since a U.S. raid killed al-Qaida chief Osama bin Laden.

That means the deadliest attack since last week.........

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Bin-who?

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Yeah, right. Kill some Pakastanis; that'll teach them no-good US Navy Seals.

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lucabrasi: Yeah, right. Kill some Pakastanis; that'll teach them no-good US Navy Seals.

No. In a twisted logic, they want to get Pakistan to stop collaborating with the US. They also want the population to rebel against Pakistani government.

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@TumbleDry

True, but it's a lot easier and a lot less dangerous to attack a bunch of kids in Pakistan than it is to take on the actual enemy.

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lucabrasi: To the Taliban, the Pakistani government is also the enemy. But yeah, I agree, it is easier to kill people there or other so-called third world country.

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Pakistan it is time to sweep that debris out of your society.

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"We have done this to avenge blah blah blah"

No, you have brainwashed some poor souls to kill themselves and others for nothing.

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What??? That's it??? Only 80 young Pakistani people? Plus the precious bombers....in exchange for bin Laden?

Well, that was really pathetic.

And what do the Taliban get in return? They do not have blood on their hands. Oh, no.

They have blood on their souls, on their souls, and that will never wash off in this lifetime. Politicians, the lot of them, dirty politicians.

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Um, all they do is bomb. Any real need to explain each one? It's kind of like a guy who beats his wife every day saying, "Today's beating is because..."

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So, the taliban blew up 80 America-hating Pakistani muslims? Heh, man, they really showed us.

RR

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Yeah RR, really. I know al Qaida wants revenge but if they are out to get revenge on the USA they seem to have picked the wrong target. Seems, to me, that they are just trying to justify murder - again.

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Yeah, right! Killing their own kind, great, all of them must have fallen off the table and hit their heads on birth. Talibang!

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Really, attacking the Pakistanis is revenge for Navy Seals and Obama double shotting Bin Laden's face? I consider this a failure on their part, no Americans dead yet again. I wonder why, maybe because they can't.

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Please really, keep killing fellow muslims in your revenge frenzy against the West.

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Maybe the US should start using suicide bombers in markets in Pakistan. Then we could say that it's punishment for working with the Taliban. In the ass backwards world of Pakistan that might actually work. Maybe we'd see people rallying in the streets to rid the country of the Taliban in order to stop US suicide bombers. They're obviously willing to placate whichever side is killing more of them, so maybe we should up the ante.

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Heh, an idea with no drawbacks - other than it would mean stooping to their level which would mean they'd beat us with greater experience.

Pakistan is a scary place. I'd like to say cut the aid, but it's those shiny missiles pointed at India in the hands of un-educated Islamic fundies that scares the crap out of me.

What punitive steps should the US take now that Pakistani parliment has spat the proverbial dummy over the bin-Laden raid. Even the radical left aren't loopy enough to believe that there wasn't high-level complicity in the knowledge of bin-Laden's whereabouts.

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Oh noes they never going to stop killing other muslims in revenge for bin Laden. Oh noes

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