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Posted in: Obama addresses Arab world; urges Israel to go back to 1967 borders See in context

Hundred percent correct, goddog!

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Posted in: Obama addresses Arab world; urges Israel to go back to 1967 borders See in context

Obama is historically ignorant and insane to push this onto Israel. The only party that ever tried to reach a true peace is Israel. Accept reality folks: how can there be a peace process when all of Israel's bad neighbors want to see it wiped off the map? The peace process is finished. Israel must actively defend itself and put fear into her enemies. All those terrorists understand is a bullet in the head. And that is reality. Apparently, too many of you JT commenters are ignorant liberals who believe history began the day you were born. News for you: it did not.

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Posted in: 9-year-old boy finds hand grenade in Fukuoka rice field See in context

Probably the greatest adventure of the boy's lifetime!

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Posted in: $6.1 mil awarded to Tennessee man in Japan child custody battle See in context

I am on your side, CJS! Just don't expect a high level of dialogue on this thread. There are exceptional comments at times but these are not the rule. Personally, I wish you the best (and not to expect that here!).

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Posted in: Cotton See in context

I enjoyed Watanabe in Batman Begins, Last Samurai, and Inception.

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Posted in: Pearl Harbor visitors now get both Japan and U.S. views See in context

Japan started the war plain and simple. No shared blame or moral equivalency please. They started it and a few years later both Japan and Germany were smoldering heaps. Sic semper tyrannis.

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Posted in: BIN LADEN BURIED AT SEA AFTER BEING KILLED IN FIREFIGHT WITH U.S. FORCES See in context

****OBL is now the equivalent of goldfish flakes.

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Posted in: Bin Laden's death prompts questions about legality See in context

As far as Pakistan goes, Zenny, I say the US pulls the support and leaves Pakistan to India. Pakistan's worst nightmare. Just ask Pakistan. The US pull out of Afghanistan as well. Again, India can handle things. The US can throw down punitive strikes from carriers when necessary. Perhaps then we agree on a reduced US presence around the world. ...Until the world comes begging for help again as usual. But this time, we say no thank you! Mexico by the way is just a mishandled issue by Bush and Obama. We could put the clamps on that place, especially the border, with no problemo with the right leadership. I doubt Mexico will be mounting punitive missions into the US. Of course Mexican unofficial drug missions to the US are all too frequent from that chaotic 'nation'. More clamps, please, Obama...

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Posted in: Bin Laden's death prompts questions about legality See in context

KoiwaiCoffee, some proof of your numbers, please. Sources or just talking points? And yes I am proud to be American but not in the least defensive. I merely state the truth. I used to be liberal like many but years of study led me to Classical Liberal way. To see things realistically and come to logical conclusions. I recommend you check out FOX news or hotair.com or NRO even as I watch CNN, Politico, and listen to NPR. I try to find the truth, not someone else's propaganda .....

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Posted in: Bin Laden's death prompts questions about legality See in context

Gonemad, neither Obama or Bush are terrorists. Just because a 'large part of the world' says it is so does not make it so. There is clear right and wrong. UBL and those who support him wrong. Those who took out UBL right. Good guys vs. Bad guys. That simple.

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Posted in: Bin Laden's death prompts questions about legality See in context

No moral equivalence please koiwaicoffee. Sorry Zenny but people have not really changed that much in the last two thousand years. It is still a brutal world out there. Still some cultures are better than others and this is the case here. The US as an enlightened nation must still deal with the savagery which is the norm for much of the world. Again no moral equivalency here please, tho'. Destroying terrorists is not the same as killing innocents. They kill innocents and we killed USB and more to come I hope.

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Posted in: Bin Laden's death prompts questions about legality See in context

No question(s) about it. UBL was a terrorist and has (had) no rights whatsoever. The lengths we went to bury him 'properly' represent an utter fiasco. Leave it to Obama to screw something this simple up.

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Posted in: U.S. weighs release of bin Laden photos See in context

Release photos in black and white if that helps, but by all means release them. Obama manages to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory...

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Posted in: Dark clouds for Democrats as Obama embarks on last push See in context

RomeoRamenII at 07:57 PM JST - 26th October Thank you Obama for reminding us all of the importance of The Constitution ! A 'historical' presidency indeed Well put, WT. Best post of the day. And welcome to JT. RR I shall not oppose your praise. I just don't have it in me to object to it! So my sincere thanks, RR....

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Posted in: Dark clouds for Democrats as Obama embarks on last push See in context

The dems will deservedly lose the House and I sincerely 'hope' the Senate 'changes' hands as well. Next, the rinos get weeded out. Thank you Obama for reminding us all of the importance of The Constitution ! A 'historical' presidency indeed....

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