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Posted in: Crew retakes U.S. ship from Somali pirates; captain still held See in context

well i'll be damned. looks like the pirates still have the ships captain.

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Posted in: Crew retakes U.S. ship from Somali pirates; captain still held See in context

Sweet!! Now thats what I am talkin bout!

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Posted in: Biden says Cheney 'dead wrong' on U.S. security See in context

Boy, I do love reading the comments of Sarge, Wolfpack, and the other far right guys. It brightens up my day. From here on out, We should call you guys, the Hannity Boyz. I will agree with you guys on one thing though, Joe Biden is a loud mouth whether those on the left want to admit it or not.

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Posted in: Crew retakes U.S. ship from Somali pirates; captain still held See in context

P.S. I am just looking forward to watching Sean Hannity tonight. If Laura Ingram had fun with this, that dead horse beating loud mouth is gonna have a field day.

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Posted in: Crew retakes U.S. ship from Somali pirates; captain still held See in context

I just heard about this driving to work. I actually heard this on the Laura Ingram show. She was already derailing Obama like it was hiks direct fault.

We've seen how other countries have dealt with this. I am interested how the United States will deal with hostage takers. Except for a couple of exceptions, the US doesn't negotiate with hostage takers. < :-)(

Really? Now, maybe I am an idiot who just doesn't get it, but can anyone else explain to me how this is Obama's fault? I mean, from what I have heard, these guys got plenty of warnings about the region they were going into and were even offered military escort. And they still wandered deep into pirate territory unguarded. What the hell did they think would happen? Did they honestly believe that because it was an american ship that the pirates would back off? Me thinks that this is a highly arrogant view point. It isn't like Americans haven't been captured and taken hostage before. To me, it sounds like they were just asking for it. And they got it.

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Posted in: Crew retakes U.S. ship from Somali pirates; captain still held See in context

Yeah, I heard about this too this morning. I nearly fell on the floor laughing when the Anchor said that the French president is waiting for a ransom demand so he can go on about his business.

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Posted in: Obama to Muslim world: No U.S. war with Islam See in context

Those Jihadists would be stupid to do so. They do that, and they will never get America off of their backside especially with a President who is actively trying to pursue peace. If we try a new strategy and it doesn't seem to be working or backfires, then I say bombs away. Don't stop until there isn't a single tree left in Afghanistan. If I were in charge of such an operation, I would take a page out of the African Warlord book or the Book of Joshua and leave no one standing regardless of age or gender. That is ofcourse, if Obama's current plan fails and/or backfires.

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Posted in: NFL star Reggie Williams Tasered, arrested on drug charge See in context

Yeah, what skip said. Unless they do some Mike Vick type crap, then they will be let off with a slap on the wrist. Guess it has to do with whoever is running the show behind the scenes. The NBA commissioner wouldn't have tolerated this one bit and this guy would have been sent packing.

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Posted in: Somali pirates hijack five ships in 48 hours See in context

Oh okay. The boats are fine, but using them on a human being is a little much. I am by no means taking sympathy for these guys, hell, shoot them before they kill someone innocent in a crossfire. However, a 50cal is a bit overboard. Seems more like a sign of severe aggression than a sign of defense of ones property. Even more so considering that they haven't killed anyone yet. The key word is yet in that last statement.

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Posted in: Somali pirates hijack five ships in 48 hours See in context

By the way, 50cal is just a wee bit excessive in this case. We are talking about a bullet that can pierce the armor of some tanks and take down an elephant in one shot. Using it on humans seems a bit wasteful when a standard .38 caliber bullet is more than enough. For what I understand, the Army is even forbidden from using them on enemy combatants. Talk about overkill.

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Posted in: Somali pirates hijack five ships in 48 hours See in context

I for one am enjoying the return of a 17th century problem to this modern era. It will be interesting to see how the "modern" world handles this. I wonder why it hasn't donged on anyone to do whatever it is that countries in the last time period did to solve there little pirate problem. Learn from history indeed. Looks like some people are falling asleep at the helm.

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Posted in: Obama outlines sweeping goal of nuclear-free world See in context

Oh please. Better him being fresh outta high school than being one foot in the grave like your buddy McCain....OH HE SHOOTS HE SCORES!! AND THE CROWD GOES WILD!!

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Posted in: Fight over urinating dog got police to Pittsburgh ambush See in context

Amazing what sets some people off. A urinating dog is all it took for this sick bastard to blow away 3 guys just doing their job.

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Posted in: Obama outlines sweeping goal of nuclear-free world See in context

Looks like someone watches too much Sean Hannity LOL

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Posted in: Obama outlines sweeping goal of nuclear-free world See in context

To add to what likeitis said, I think most people are grossly underestimating the power that today's nuke's have. A moderate nuke possessed by the US is enough to leave New York City as a steaming hole in the ground viewable from space.

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Posted in: Obama, Sarkozy clash over Turkey's EU bid See in context

And the right wingers beat me to it...oh well.

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Posted in: Gunman kills 3 Pittsburgh police officers responding to domestic disturbance call See in context

Damn, this seems to happen everytime I turn around. First that nut job in Oakland. Then that wacko at the nursing home. Now these idiot goes on a shooting spree. I don't know what to say. I am not calling for a ban on guns because despite how gruesome and sickening this act was, it is a rarity even given the recent spree.

By the way, Obama has made no mention on doing anything about guns or gun control as of yet. I think he has bigger fish to fry.

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Posted in: Europe praises Obama, but pledges few Afghan troops See in context

I agree with superlib. Besides, unlike the war in Iraq, the war in Afghanistan is completely justified. It would have been over by now had that been our primary focus to began with. The senseless war is the one that is almost over and should have never happened to began with. But, that blunder is in the past. Oddly enough, the only European power I actually see doing something worth while is Russia.

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Posted in: New York fried chicken joints under fire for Obama name See in context

Yes, obama is only half black, but being labeled as black regardless of his mixed heritage has more to do to what society as a whole would see him as. Honestly, if he wasnt the President of the United states and you saw him on the street as an average joe, I can assure you that 90% of people who came in contact with him would just assume that he was Black.

By the way, I actually find this kinda funny. I am not gonna deny the possible racial overtones that exist, but it is funny nonetheless.

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Posted in: Iowa Supreme Court legalizes gay marriage See in context

Man, one more thing to piss off the right winged extremists. I for one don't really give a hoot about gays getting married or not. Gay marriage legalized, fine, whatever. Gay marriage not legalized, no skin off of my nose. If you disagree with this, it is your right as an american to voice your opinion. However, as the old saying goes, if you don't like it, then get the hell out. Just don't live in Iowa. There are plenty of other places that are hard pressed to pass this type of judgement. cough the south cough I am from the south and I know first hand that a law like this isn't likely to be passed there.

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Posted in: Pennsylvania mom drugged 13-year-old daughter so she'd get pregnant See in context

Man, and I thought I had heard it all. Why not just try to adopt a kid? You know what, that is probably a bad Idea. Lord only knows what might have happened had this guy succeeded in getting the girl pregnant.

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Posted in: Sex on the first date: Good idea or not? See in context

I don't see anything wrong with a little hanky panky on the first date. Especially if two people are feeling a strong vibe.

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Posted in: Taking the global stage: Obama seems everywhere See in context

Wow, and I thought only the Liberals on the far left hailed obama as some sort of messiah. I see that many conservatives here view him as such as well. I mean, he'd have to be in order to reverse 20 years of bad American policies and trends in a few months. rolls eyes That was obviously sarcasm.

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Posted in: Cheese Katsu Burger See in context

Damn that looks appetizing! Someone ship me one. I am in the States currently.

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Posted in: Cheese Katsu Burger See in context

Damn that looks appetizing! Someone ship me one. I am in the States currently.

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Posted in: Obama faces tough week; stimulus, bailout on tap See in context

I still say give him time. The fact that people are already trying to crucify the guy just further highlights the fact that people placed to much expectation on him. I admit though, this bill should have been created in the white house far away from Sith Lord Pelosi.

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Posted in: 7 Pounds See in context

Oh man!! Rosario Dawson! MMMMMmmmmmmmmmmMMMMMMMMMMMMM!!!!! Did you guys see her in Alexander? The only reason I watched that movie, I swear. I really want to see another MIB or Bad Boys movie. Over the top action and hilarious antics. I personally don't believe that he is over rated. I have been watching the guy since The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.

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Posted in: Somali pirates make off with $3.2 million ransom See in context

Damn, this feels like the 17th century all over again. I gotta say, with all the modern technology that we have, I am impressed at the Pirate's efforts. I don't condone what they do, but I am impressed nonetheless.

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Posted in: Daschle apologizes for not paying taxes; fights to save nomination See in context

Good. Glad he withdrew. He had the right stuff for the job, but I am glad he withdrew to keep from embarrassing the President. Good show Daschle!

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Posted in: Daschle apologizes for not paying taxes; fights to save nomination See in context

Ok, I think Daschel made an honest mistake. At least he rectified it in an appropriate and brisk manner without someone having to tell him cough Geithner cough. I myself made a mistake on my tax return before and it took two years before anyone told me anything. You would be surprised at how easy it is to mess up.

As for calling Obama the Worst president in history, can we at least give the guy a few months in office? Heck, the left didn't start crucifying Bush until his little incident after the Towers were hit in 2001. Besides, have any of you ever checked out the presidential list? There are some pretty sad guys on there that didn't even do anything in their first 2 years, let alone the first hundred days. All Andrew Johnson did was manage to set the record for the amount of times he vetoed something and then was overturned. On top of that, he only escaped impeachment by 1 vote.

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