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Chocolate Hog
04-22-2011, 09:22 PM
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/africa/john-mccain-calls-libyan-rebels-his-heroes-2273571.html


And some of you voted for this dumbass.

LiveSteam
04-22-2011, 09:30 PM
Poor old bastard, has lost his

Saul Good
04-22-2011, 09:34 PM
McCain is on the side of the rebels fighting Gdhaffi? What a prick! Why would he support the same side that the US is supporting?

Chocolate Hog
04-22-2011, 09:45 PM
McCain is on the side of the rebels fighting Gdhaffi? What a prick! Why would he support the same side that the US is supporting?

We already know your thoughts on rape so it's not surprise you'd be ok with a former presidential candidate supporting Al Aqeada. After all you share the same views on treatment of women.

Saul Good
04-22-2011, 09:52 PM
We already know your thoughts on rape so it's not surprise you'd be ok with a former presidential candidate supporting Al Aqeada. After all you share the same views on treatment of women.

So what do you think of the United States considering that we are fighting on the same side?

alnorth
04-22-2011, 09:57 PM
We already know your thoughts on rape so it's not surprise you'd be ok with a former presidential candidate supporting Al Aqeada. After all you share the same views on treatment of women.

You are an idiot. There are flickering rumors of Al Queda supporting or not supporting virtually every faction in every country in the middle east.

Aside from that, define "support", what does that even mean? If they are supporting them, then their support doesn't count for a whole hell of a lot anymore.

Saul Good
04-22-2011, 09:58 PM
You are an idiot. There are flickering rumors of Al Queda supporting or not supporting virtually every faction in every country in the middle east.

Aside from that, define "support", what does that even mean? If they are supporting them, then their support doesn't count for a whole hell of a lot anymore.

Hitler brushed his teeth, so anyone who owns a toothbrush supports exterminating the Jews.

alnorth
04-22-2011, 09:58 PM
Hitler brushed his teeth, so anyone who owns a toothbrush supports exterminating the Jews.

Oh God. I think puppies are cute too. Hitler had a dog named Blondie!

I am a monster.

Chocolate Hog
04-22-2011, 10:00 PM
So what do you think of the United States considering that we are fighting on the same side?

US foreign policy has been a cluster fuck for a long time. Like AustinChief said when the bombing of Libya first happend the US should draw a line in the sand. I happen to think that line in the sand is we don't attack unless we are threatened, Libya posed no threat to us we shouldn't be involved.

Saul Good
04-22-2011, 10:00 PM
Oh God. I think puppies are cute too. Hitler had a dog named Blondie!

I am a monster.

You sick son of a bitch.

alnorth
04-22-2011, 10:02 PM
US foreign policy has been a cluster **** for a long time. Like AustinChief said when the bombing of Libya first happend the US should draw a line in the sand. I happen to think that line in the sand is we don't attack unless we are threatened, Libya posed no threat to us we shouldn't be involved.

Fine. That is not relevant to McCain. Rooting for the Libyan rebels is one thing. Invading is another. Now, McCain would probably want to do the latter, but you were calling him out for cheering on the rebels.

Saul Good
04-22-2011, 10:02 PM
US foreign policy has been a cluster fuck for a long time. Like AustinChief said when the bombing of Libya first happend the US should draw a line in the sand. I happen to think that line in the sand is we don't attack unless we are threatened, Libya posed no threat to us we shouldn't be involved.

That's peachy, but we are involved. Should McCain support our side or the other side?

Chocolate Hog
04-22-2011, 10:04 PM
You are an idiot. There are flickering rumors of Al Queda supporting or not supporting virtually every faction in every country in the middle east.

Aside from that, define "support", what does that even mean? If they are supporting them, then their support doesn't count for a whole hell of a lot anymore.

Um so the Libyan Rebel leader who said the Jihadists who fought US troops in Iraq are helping fight in Libya isn't credible enough of a source for you?

Chocolate Hog
04-22-2011, 10:05 PM
Fine. That is not relevant to McCain. Rooting for the Libyan rebels is one thing. Invading is another. Now, McCain would probably want to do the latter, but you were calling him out for cheering on the rebels.

Did you not learn anything from the 80's? McCain wants to arm these people.

Chocolate Hog
04-22-2011, 10:06 PM
That's peachy, but we are involved. Should McCain support our side or the other side?

Why does it have to be one or the other? Why can't he like other colleagues in the senate demand we withdraw from any involvement?

Saul Good
04-22-2011, 10:11 PM
Why does it have to be one or the other? Why can't he like other colleagues in the senate demand we withdraw from any involvement?

That is completely irrelevant to which side he supports.

Dave Lane
04-22-2011, 10:12 PM
Did you not learn anything from the 80's? McCain wants to arm these people.

What party line are you spouting?

This is completely different set of circumstances.

I'm in favor of give them minor weapons and some training. I'm telling you this now the Arab spring, if successful will be the greatest thing that ever happened for Arab-US relations.

Saul Good
04-22-2011, 10:12 PM
And some of you voted for this dumbass.

And some of you voted for Ron Paul.

(By "some", of course I mean like 8 people.)

Chocolate Hog
04-22-2011, 10:15 PM
What party line are you spouting?

This is completely different set of circumstances.

I'm in favor of give them minor weapons and some training. I'm telling you this now the Arab spring, if successful will be the greatest thing that ever happened for Arab-US relations.

Huh? Why is giving former mujahideen fighters weapons a good idea? We want Libya to turn into Samolia?

Jerm
04-22-2011, 10:18 PM
That's peachy, but we are involved. Should McCain support our side or the other side?

What do you mean "other side"?

Who do you think supplied Gaddaffi and his goons with all their arms?

Let's not be naive here.

Chocolate Hog
04-22-2011, 10:20 PM
What do you mean "other side"?

Who do you think supplied Gaddaffi and his goons with all their arms?

Let's not be naive here.

It's Saul you're talking to.

go bowe
04-22-2011, 10:30 PM
Um so the Libyan Rebel leader who said the Jihadists who fought US troops in Iraq are helping fight in Libya isn't credible enough of a source for you?hmmm...

what's the source of that source?

wnd or some random blog?

Slainte
04-22-2011, 10:43 PM
What do you mean "other side"?

Who do you think supplied Gaddaffi and his goons with all their arms?



The U.K.

KILLER_CLOWN
04-23-2011, 12:34 AM
wOwZAZ, It's the Derp thread.

wazu
04-23-2011, 09:28 AM
hmmm...

what's the source of that source?

wnd or some random blog?

Now it is Chiefsplanet.

Ebolapox
04-23-2011, 09:36 AM
any time you can make yourself look this nutty in dc (compared to some of the fucking fruitloops that populate this forum), you've lost your goddamned mind.

seriously, stop flexing your tard biceps and step away from the keyboard.

ROYC75
04-23-2011, 10:02 AM
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/africa/john-mccain-calls-libyan-rebels-his-heroes-2273571.html


And some of you voted for this dumbass.
And look at the bigger dumbass's that voted for Obama? :rolleyes:

You sir, are an idiot! Please read this and tell me where he says anything other than Libyan rebels? Should he of called them, " Outstanding Citizens of Libya " ? If one of them puts a bullet through Gadhafi's head, are you going to be happy or sad? Supportive or non supportive? Maybe you feel like McCain should have told the rebels to drop your weapons and go home? Maybe you need to re-read it again. He was addressing the rebels cause!

We care what the rebels do now and after, if they turn on us, then we can just take care of it, take them out.
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US Senator John McCain, one of the strongest proponents in Congress of the American military intervention in Libya, today said that Libyan rebels fighting Moammar Gadhafi's troops are his heroes.

The top Republican on the Senate Armed Services Committee made the remark after arriving in Benghazi, a city that has been the opposition capital in the rebel-held eastern Libya.

McCain said he was in Benghazi "to get an on the ground assessment of the situation" and planned to meet with the rebel National Transition Council, the de-facto government in the eastern half of the country, and members of the rebel military.

"They are my heroes," McCain said of the rebels as he walked out of a local hotel in Benghazi. He was traveling in an armored Mercedes jeep and had a security detail. A few Libyans waved American flags as his vehicle drove past.

McCain's visit is the highest yet by an American official to the rebel-held east and a boost to the anti-Gadhafi forces. Details of the trip were shrouded in secrecy due to heightened security in a country fiercely divided by the two-month-old anti-Gadhafi rebellion.

McCain's trip comes as Defense Secretary Robert Gates announced Thursday that President Barack Obama has authorized armed Predator drones against forces loyal to Gadhafi. It is the first time that drones will be used for airstrikes since the United States turned over control of the operation to NATO on April 4.

The rebels have complained that NATO airstrikes since then have largely been ineffective in stopping Gadhafi forces.

Invoking the humanitarian disasters in Rwanda and Bosnia in the 1990s, McCain pressed for U.S. military intervention in Libya in February, weeks before the U.N. Security Council authorized military action to protect civilians and impose a no-fly zone.

When Obama acted with limited congressional consultation, McCain — who was the 2008 Republican presidential contender running against Obama — defended the president, saying he couldn't wait for Congress to take even a few days to debate the use of force. If he had, "there would have been nothing left to save in Benghazi," the rebels' de-facto capital.

But as the U.S. handed operational control over to NATO — and withdrew U.S. combat aircraft — McCain criticized the administration.

"For the United States to withdraw our unique offensive capabilities at this time would send the wrong signal," McCain said. He said the U.S. must not fail in Libya and said he spoke as someone experienced in a lost conflict, a reference to his time as a prisoner of war in Vietnam, where he served as a Navy pilot.

McCain also has pushed for arming the rebels, saying the U.S. and its partners cannot allow Gadhafi to consolidate his hold on one section of the country and create a military deadlock.
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Chocolate Hog
04-23-2011, 12:23 PM
hmmm...

what's the source of that source?

wnd or some random blog?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5vVU90NZVTI

Chocolate Hog
04-23-2011, 12:27 PM
And look at the bigger dumbass's that voted for Obama? :rolleyes:

You sir, are an idiot! Please read this and tell me where he says anything other than Libyan rebels? Should he of called them, " Outstanding Citizens of Libya " ? If one of them puts a bullet through Gadhafi's head, are you going to be happy or sad? Supportive or non supportive? Maybe you feel like McCain should have told the rebels to drop your weapons and go home? Maybe you need to re-read it again. He was addressing the rebels cause!

We care what the rebels do now and after, if they turn on us, then we can just take care of it, take them out.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~



US Senator John McCain, one of the strongest proponents in Congress of the American military intervention in Libya, today said that Libyan rebels fighting Moammar Gadhafi's troops are his heroes.

The top Republican on the Senate Armed Services Committee made the remark after arriving in Benghazi, a city that has been the opposition capital in the rebel-held eastern Libya.

McCain said he was in Benghazi "to get an on the ground assessment of the situation" and planned to meet with the rebel National Transition Council, the de-facto government in the eastern half of the country, and members of the rebel military.

"They are my heroes," McCain said of the rebels as he walked out of a local hotel in Benghazi. He was traveling in an armored Mercedes jeep and had a security detail. A few Libyans waved American flags as his vehicle drove past.

McCain's visit is the highest yet by an American official to the rebel-held east and a boost to the anti-Gadhafi forces. Details of the trip were shrouded in secrecy due to heightened security in a country fiercely divided by the two-month-old anti-Gadhafi rebellion.

McCain's trip comes as Defense Secretary Robert Gates announced Thursday that President Barack Obama has authorized armed Predator drones against forces loyal to Gadhafi. It is the first time that drones will be used for airstrikes since the United States turned over control of the operation to NATO on April 4.

The rebels have complained that NATO airstrikes since then have largely been ineffective in stopping Gadhafi forces.

Invoking the humanitarian disasters in Rwanda and Bosnia in the 1990s, McCain pressed for U.S. military intervention in Libya in February, weeks before the U.N. Security Council authorized military action to protect civilians and impose a no-fly zone.

When Obama acted with limited congressional consultation, McCain who was the 2008 Republican presidential contender running against Obama defended the president, saying he couldn't wait for Congress to take even a few days to debate the use of force. If he had, "there would have been nothing left to save in Benghazi," the rebels' de-facto capital.

But as the U.S. handed operational control over to NATO and withdrew U.S. combat aircraft McCain criticized the administration.

"For the United States to withdraw our unique offensive capabilities at this time would send the wrong signal," McCain said. He said the U.S. must not fail in Libya and said he spoke as someone experienced in a lost conflict, a reference to his time as a prisoner of war in Vietnam, where he served as a Navy pilot.

McCain also has pushed for arming the rebels, saying the U.S. and its partners cannot allow Gadhafi to consolidate his hold on one section of the country and create a military deadlock.
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Yea if they turn on them we can just take them out like the last time we helped put them in power and they killed 2,000 innocent Americans. Good call Royc you're brilliant.

Chocolate Hog
04-23-2011, 12:52 PM
Yup.... HEROS: NFSW

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vrAqcd5WgHY&feature=player_embedded&skipcontrinter=1

chiefsnorth
04-23-2011, 01:06 PM
This is why we should have stayed out of Libya. Neither side is a win for the Unites States.

Instead, the Obama regime manages to somehow pick the wrong course of action in any foreign policy situation.

Stewie
04-23-2011, 01:26 PM
C'mon! You people didn't realize this is a "Happy-faced-Muslim-behind-your-back-stabbing-friend" ideology?" They are preying on the non-militants to get their way. "We're peaceful... just come on over... see this machete?... don't worry. Want some tea?... Here's how we work... We'll slit your throat... get it?... We're peaceful in our specific way?"

go bowe
04-23-2011, 05:53 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5vVU90NZVTI
the title of that video says 'Libyan Rebel Leader Admits Links To "Al Qaeda"' but when i watch the video aq is not mentioned once, not one time...

is this your source?

i don't think any rebel "leader" has "admitted" to aq being involved in the uprising because aq isn't involved with the rebel government in any way...

i read al jazeera and other arab media and there has been no mention of anything like that...

any other "sources"?

Jaric
04-23-2011, 05:58 PM
Dear God. His point what there are people fighting for their freedom. Not that terrorists are awesome. Give the guy a break.

go bowe
04-23-2011, 06:00 PM
Yup.... HEROS: NFSW

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vrAqcd5WgHY&feature=player_embedded&skipcontrinter=1so some random person posts a video of a beheading and decides to claim it was rebels who did it...

yet there is no evidence on the video as to who did it or even what country it happened in...

jeebus, your "sources" aren't much better than pete's...

Chocolate Hog
04-23-2011, 06:41 PM
so some random person posts a video of a beheading and decides to claim it was rebels who did it...

yet there is no evidence on the video as to who did it or even what country it happened in...

jeebus, your "sources" aren't much better than pete's...

ROFL You have a pretty smart mouth for someone who couldn't even pass civics class in high school.

Chocolate Hog
04-23-2011, 06:46 PM
http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-503543_162-20048982-503543.html

Admiral James Stavridis, NATO supreme commander for Europe, said of Libya's rebel force: "We have seen flickers in the intelligence of potential al Qaeda, Hezbollah."

Former CIA officer Bruce Riedel took things a step further, telling the Hindustan Times: "There is no question that al Qaeda's Libyan franchise, Libyan Islamic Fighting Group, is a part of the opposition. It has always been Qaddafi's biggest enemy and its stronghold is Benghazi. What is unclear is how much of the opposition is al Qaeda/Libyan Islamic Fighting Group - 2 percent or 80 percent."

For al Qaeda, Libya may represent a rare opportunity and a blank slate, as uprisings in Egypt and Tunisia seem almost certain to result in democratic governments. An Afghan Taliban operative told The Daily Beast earlier this month that, for al Qaeda, the Libya rebellion "is the fresh breeze they've been waiting years for. They realize that if they don't use this opportunity, it could be the end of their chances to turn Libya toward a real Islamic state, as Afghanistan once was."



Is CBS a credible news source for you Go Bowe or do you not get reception in your Raytown trailer home?

go bowe
04-23-2011, 06:50 PM
ROFL You have a pretty smart mouth for someone who couldn't even pass civics class in high school.
yeah, civics was awfully tough, took me three times to pass...

but your "sources" still suck...

go bowe
04-23-2011, 06:54 PM
http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-503543_162-20048982-503543.html

Admiral James Stavridis, NATO supreme commander for Europe, said of Libya's rebel force: "We have seen flickers in the intelligence of potential al Qaeda, Hezbollah."

Former CIA officer Bruce Riedel took things a step further, telling the Hindustan Times: "There is no question that al Qaeda's Libyan franchise, Libyan Islamic Fighting Group, is a part of the opposition. It has always been Qaddafi's biggest enemy and its stronghold is Benghazi. What is unclear is how much of the opposition is al Qaeda/Libyan Islamic Fighting Group - 2 percent or 80 percent."

For al Qaeda, Libya may represent a rare opportunity and a blank slate, as uprisings in Egypt and Tunisia seem almost certain to result in democratic governments. An Afghan Taliban operative told The Daily Beast earlier this month that, for al Qaeda, the Libya rebellion "is the fresh breeze they've been waiting years for. They realize that if they don't use this opportunity, it could be the end of their chances to turn Libya toward a real Islamic state, as Afghanistan once was."



Is CBS a credible news source for you Go Bowe or do you not get reception in your Raytown trailer home?
pffft...

cbs? you can't believe anything those damn liberals say...

remember dan rather?

and if you could read, you'd see i live in the meth capital of the world, not raytown...

looks like reading comprehension wasn't your best class either...

ROYC75
04-23-2011, 10:31 PM
pffft...

and if you could read, you'd see i live in the meth capital of the world, not raytown...

I wasn't aware you moved to KY, crap my county?:doh!:

BCD
04-24-2011, 10:15 AM
Oh Billay... :facepalm:

BCD
04-24-2011, 10:16 AM
Hitler brushed his teeth, so anyone who owns a toothbrush supports exterminating the Jews.ROFL

Dave Lane
04-24-2011, 01:00 PM
Ok let's make this easy. Anyone that agrees with billay please post that you agree everyone else wait for another poster


/thread killed

FishingRod
04-25-2011, 11:12 AM
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/africa/john-mccain-calls-libyan-rebels-his-heroes-2273571.html


And some of you voted for this dumbass.

Which dumbass did you vote for?

Chiefshrink
04-25-2011, 11:26 AM
McCain is "carrying water" for Obama for whatever reason:rolleyes:

Yes, I voted for this dumbass because I thought he would be the lesser of 2 dumbasses but now I am 2nd guessing that one:spock:

blaise
04-25-2011, 11:31 AM
This is truly a terrible thread.

Saul Good
04-25-2011, 11:50 AM
This is truly a terrible thread.

Nothing like mixing it up with GoBowe and telling him he lives in a trailer to give a guy credibility.

I love "you're poor" smack coming from a guy who just started a thread asking how direct deposit works. After all, most movers and shakers have to drive to the bank on their lunch hours to cash their paychecks. Some day soon, I expect him to post a thread asking how you know when to show up at work if your schedule isn't hanging on the wall in the break room.

Chocolate Hog
04-25-2011, 12:02 PM
Nothing like mixing it up with GoBowe and telling him he lives in a trailer to give a guy credibility.

I love "you're poor" smack coming from a guy who just started a thread asking how direct deposit works. After all, most movers and shakers have to drive to the bank on their lunch hours to cash their paychecks. Some day soon, I expect him to post a thread asking how you know when to show up at work if your schedule isn't hanging on the wall in the break room.

What does direct deposit have to do with being poor? Wouldn't this actually mean I'm getting paid? I find it funny a man without a job is making fun of someone whos getting paid. Then again you are some unemployed mongoloid who lives in Overland Park and doesn't think rape should be against the law.

Donger
04-25-2011, 12:03 PM
McCain can't spell heroes?

Saul Good
04-25-2011, 12:11 PM
What does direct deposit have to do with being poor? Wouldn't this actually mean I'm getting paid? I find it funny a man without a job is making fun of someone whos getting paid. Then again you are some unemployed mongoloid who lives in Overland Park and doesn't think rape should be against the law.
I don't know what GoBowe makes, what he does, or where he lives, but I'd bet a ton that
He makes more than you and has a nicer place than you.

Enough about him, though. When you and your roommate split the utilities, do you each pay half of each bill, or do you just rotate months? When you need a day off of work, is your manager pretty good about letting you trade shifts with someone?

vailpass
04-25-2011, 01:47 PM
We already know your thoughts on rape so it's not surprise you'd be ok with a former presidential candidate supporting Al Aqeada. After all you share the same views on treatment of women.

Hillbilly boy here is astounding in his ability to keep proving himself dumber just when you thought his stupidity had reached critical mass.

vailpass
04-25-2011, 01:50 PM
Nothing like mixing it up with GoBowe and telling him he lives in a trailer to give a guy credibility.

I love "you're poor" smack coming from a guy who just started a thread asking how direct deposit works. After all, most movers and shakers have to drive to the bank on their lunch hours to cash their paychecks. Some day soon, I expect him to post a thread asking how you know when to show up at work if your schedule isn't hanging on the wall in the break room.

LMAO It's like KCNative giving financial advice.

Chocolate Hog
04-25-2011, 01:54 PM
It's nice to see the residential racist endorses Saul.

Donger
04-25-2011, 01:54 PM
It's nice to see the residential racist endorses Saul.

I think vail is more of a commercial racist.

Chocolate Hog
04-25-2011, 01:55 PM
I think vail is more of a commercial racist.

ROFL

Donger
04-25-2011, 01:56 PM
ROFL

:facepalm:

Chocolate Hog
04-25-2011, 01:57 PM
:facepalm:

IIRC Vali wanted to keep the blacks out of a certain neighborhood thats why I called him that sir.

vailpass
04-25-2011, 01:58 PM
It's nice to see the residential racist endorses Saul.

Residential?
LMAO could you be any dumber you backward ass hick?

vailpass
04-25-2011, 01:58 PM
I think vail is more of a commercial racist.

LMAO

Chocolate Hog
04-25-2011, 01:59 PM
Residential?
LMAO could you be any dumber you backward ass hick?

Irony.

vailpass
04-25-2011, 01:59 PM
IIRC Vali wanted to keep the blacks out of a certain neighborhood thats why I called him that sir.

You poor ****er. I'm almost feeling sorry for you. Just stop.

Chocolate Hog
04-25-2011, 02:00 PM
You poor ****er.

ROFL

Chocolate Hog
04-25-2011, 02:00 PM
But i'm not black Vali.

vailpass
04-25-2011, 02:01 PM
ROFL

It's bad enough that you butcher the language. Lying about to try and cover up only makes it worse.

Jaric
04-25-2011, 02:02 PM
This is truly a terrible thread.

This.

Chocolate Hog
04-25-2011, 02:02 PM
I'm not lying you actually did make a post about it during the elections when the black panthers sat outside a polling place in Pennsylvania you said blacks shouldn't even be allowed in that neighborhood. It was one of your many racist rants.

vailpass
04-25-2011, 02:12 PM
I'm not lying you actually did make a post about it during the elections when the black panthers sat outside a polling place in Pennsylvania you said blacks shouldn't even be allowed in that neighborhood. It was one of your many racist rants.

Liar.
You said "residential racist" when the correct usage is "resident racist".
You are now lying to try and make people believe you intended to use the term "residential"
It's okay. We've all seen your picture and understand that you are inbred and, as such, are prone to make glaring mistakes on a regular basis as this thread clearly illustrates.

Chocolate Hog
04-25-2011, 02:13 PM
Liar.
You said "residential racist" when the correct usage is "resident racist".
You are now lying to try and make people believe you intended to use the term "residential"
It's okay. We've all seen your picture and understand that you are inbred and, as such, are prone to make glaring mistakes on a regular basis as this thread clearly illustrates.

Thanks for the spelling correction. Do you think blacks should still not be allowed to live in certain neighborhoods?

vailpass
04-25-2011, 02:14 PM
Thanks for the spelling correction. Do you think blacks should still not be allowed to live in certain neighborhoods?

Link?

Donger
04-25-2011, 02:15 PM
Thanks for the spelling correction. Do you think blacks should still not be allowed to live in certain neighborhoods?

You spelled it correctly. But, you used the wrong word.

Chocolate Hog
04-25-2011, 02:16 PM
You spelled it correctly. But, you used the wrong word.

Nah in the context I was referring to it's ok.

blaise
04-25-2011, 02:18 PM
The irony of calling McCain a dumbass just keeps growing and growing.

Chocolate Hog
04-25-2011, 02:19 PM
The irony of calling McCain a dumbass just keeps growing and growing.

Yea he's an American hero.

vailpass
04-25-2011, 02:25 PM
Nah in the context I was referring to it's ok.

As dumb as you are ugly huh? Poor bastard.
You find that link yet?

Saul Good
04-25-2011, 02:32 PM
As dumb as you are ugly huh? Poor bastard.
You find that link yet?

It's in the thread where I said that rape should be legal and that I am unemployed and GoBowe said he lives in Raytown.

CoMo thinks billay says a lot of stupid shit.

Chocolate Hog
04-25-2011, 02:39 PM
It's in the thread where I said that rape should be legal and that I am unemployed and GoBowe said he lives in Raytown.

CoMo thinks billay says a lot of stupid shit.

You said there was nothing wrong with Hootie fucking a passed out chick. Even Phobia called you out. lol @ trying to deny it. Well you're unemployed so you should have a lot of time to do so.

vailpass
04-25-2011, 02:47 PM
It's in the thread where I said that rape should be legal and that I am unemployed and GoBowe said he lives in Raytown.

CoMo thinks billay says a lot of stupid shit.

LMAO that is fugging funny.

vailpass
04-25-2011, 02:48 PM
You said there was nothing wrong with Hootie ****ing a passed out chick. Even Phobia called you out. lol @ trying to deny it. Well you're unemployed so you should have a lot of time to do so.

When everyone in the room is laughing at you it's time to shake the piss of off your shoe and walk away kid.

Chocolate Hog
04-25-2011, 02:51 PM
Yea especially when that room consist of a racist and a middle aged unemployed man.

vailpass
04-25-2011, 02:54 PM
Yea especially when that room consist of a racist and a middle aged unemployed man.

You find that link to back up your accusation yet?

Saul Good
04-25-2011, 02:57 PM
Yea especially when that room consist of a racist and a middle aged unemployed man.

I can't speak for Vail, but I'm 32 and quite gainfully employed. Anything else you want to be wrong about?

Jaric
04-25-2011, 03:18 PM
Yea he's an American hero.

My disagreements with some of his politics aside, yes he is an American Hero.

vailpass
04-25-2011, 03:20 PM
My disagreements with some of his politics aside, yes he is an American Hero.

I realize he was imprisoned while in the service of his country but if some slackjawed yokel from Dillweed, Nebraska says McCain isn't a hero well, then he isn't a hero.

Jaric
04-25-2011, 03:27 PM
I realize he was imprisoned while in the service of his country but if some slackjawed yokel from Dillweed, Nebraska says McCain isn't a hero well, then he isn't a hero.

I see now how wrong I was in my last post.

vailpass
04-25-2011, 03:34 PM
I see now how wrong I was in my last post.

LMAO

Chocolate Hog
04-25-2011, 03:55 PM
I realize he was imprisoned while in the service of his country but if some slackjawed yokel from Dillweed, Nebraska says McCain isn't a hero well, then he isn't a hero.

I'm from Nebraska?

vailpass
04-25-2011, 03:59 PM
I'm from Nebraska?

Who gives a shit where you are from. Insert the name of the state that is ashamed to have you as it's residential.

Oh, and apologies to Nebraska.

go bowe
04-25-2011, 09:10 PM
Yea especially when that room consist of a racist and a middle aged unemployed man.i am not middle-aged...

i'm 63 going on 90...

and i'm not a man, i'm a transgendered homosexual who loves people named bil-lay, o yeah!

me love you very long time...

vailpass
04-26-2011, 01:30 PM
i am not middle-aged...

i'm 63 going on 90...

and i'm not a man, i'm a transgendered homosexual who loves people named bil-lay, o yeah!

me love you very long time...

:LOL:

Saul Good
09-13-2011, 08:39 PM
Is it okay to support the rebels now?

BucEyedPea
09-13-2011, 09:04 PM
Yup.... HEROS: NFSW

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vrAqcd5WgHY&feature=player_embedded&skipcontrinter=1

Oh gawd, that was hard to watch. They're killing the blacks there because some were guards. Funny, how those who went nuts over beheadings when it's those on our side call them barbarians but not a peep here.

go bowe
09-13-2011, 09:50 PM
McCain is on the side of the rebels fighting Gdhaffi? What a prick! Why would he support the same side that the US is supporting?

really, what a prick... :thumb:

Dave Lane
09-13-2011, 10:00 PM
Its the type of justice many on here would approve of. He killed and raped a 9 year old girl and now the mob has voted for a beheading. Summary judgement. Die in a fire. In an Aids tree.

go bowe
09-13-2011, 10:00 PM
Is it okay to support the rebels now?

jeeze, i hope so...

go bowe
09-13-2011, 10:06 PM
Its the type of justice many on here would approve of. He killed and raped a 9 year old girl and now the mob has voted for a beheading. Summary judgement. Die in a fire. In an Aids tree.

i thought there was a backstory about that video...

contrary to billay's bull shit title, it wasn't "rebels" who did it...

what a fricking surprise... :facepalm:

go bowe
09-13-2011, 10:23 PM
For those keeping score Saul the conservative wants the government to take everyone's house, raise taxes, and now thinks it's ok to call the Libyan Rebels hero's.


http://www.csmonitor.com/World/Middle-East/2011/0913/Libyan-rebels-tarnished-by-human-rights-report

good gawd man...

i thought you had a little problem with reading comprehension but that is nothing compared to your inability to think critically and *gasp* rationally...

libyan rebels are heros, billay...

heros working toward and in some cases dying for a democratic free libya...

of course, we should expect you to get it wrong by now...

orange
09-14-2011, 01:11 PM
Libya: Mass Graves Found In And Around Tripoli (PHOTOS)
AP/The Huffington Post First Posted: 9/14/11 01:52 PM ET Updated: 9/14/11 01:52 PM ET

GENEVA -- The International Committee of the Red Cross says at least 13 mass graves have been found in Libya over the past three weeks.

The Geneva-based Red Cross says its staff assisted in the recovery of 125 bodies found at 12 different sites in and around Tripoli.

It says remains of 34 people were also recovered from a site in the Nafusa mountain village of Galaa in western Libya.

ICRC spokesman Steven Anderson said Wednesday that more mass graves are being found every week.

The aid group says it is helping ensure the remains are properly recovered so that the identities of the dead can be established and relatives informed.

It said it is not involved in collecting evidence that could be used in war crimes or other legal proceedings.

Human Rights Watch reports that it is likely the men were executed in early June before pro-Gaddafi forces fled the area. Bullet casings present at the site suggest that the men were shot with automatic gunfire before being buried.

“The mass grave at al-Qawalish contains further evidence strongly suggesting that Gaddafi loyalists carried out mass executions of detainees as they struggled to suppress the uprising,” said Peter Bouckaert, emergencies director at Human Rights Watch. “These victims included some very old men, some executed together with their sons.”The National Transitional Council approved the exhumation beginning on August 20. Twenty-seven of the bodies have been identified, and among the victims are at least nine men over the age of 60.

WARNING: GRAPHIC PHOTOS: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/09/14/libya-mass-grave_n_962395.html

orange
09-14-2011, 01:11 PM
billay?

Chocolate Hog
09-14-2011, 01:12 PM
billay?

Sup?

Chocolate Hog
09-14-2011, 01:16 PM
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/africa/mccain-tells-libyan-rebels-end-abuses-or-risk-us-support-2327919.html


McCain tells Libyan rebels: end abuses or risk US support



One of Washington's most influential senators has warned Libya's opposition administration that they risk alienating US and international support unless they take "decisive action" to halt human rights abuses by rebel fighters.

The Republican Senator John McCain's stark message emerged the day after the British Government recognised the Transitional National Council based in Benghazi as the legitimate representatives of Libya and ordered the Tripoli regime's diplomats to leave the UK.

Yesterday the opposition sought to take over the Libyan embassy and consulate in London, and declared that Mahmoud Nacua, described as a 74-year-old poet, will become the new ambassador. TNC officials also urged that billions of pounds in frozen Libyan assets abroad should be turned over to the Benghazi administration.

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In a letter to Mahmoud Jibril, the TNC's head of foreign affairs, seen by The Independent, Senator McCain stated: "I urge you to investigate recently documented abuses, hold people accountable as necessary, and ensure that opposition military forces are abiding by the principles of justice and human rights."

The former presidential candidate went on to stress: "As you surely know, the critics of the TNC, both in the United States and across the world, are eager to seize on any transgression to stoke opposition to the Council and to the Libyan people's fight for freedom."

Senior British Tories have long been close to Mr McCain and David Cameron, then leader of the opposition, broke diplomatic convention by backing the Senator in the presidential race in a fulsome speech in 2008.

While Mr McCain has remained a supporter of military operations, President Barack Obama is facing rising criticism from both Democrats and Republicans in Congress over the four-month long bombing campaign which has so far failed to remove Colonel Gaddafi from power.

In his letter to the TNC, dated 20th July, Senator McCain, writing as "your friend and supporter" pointed out "recent documentation of human rights abuses committed by opposition figures in the western Libyan towns of al-Awaniya, Rayayinah, Zawiyat al-Bagul, and al-Qawalish". He continued: " According to Human Rights Watch, a highly credible international non-governmental organisation, rebel fighters and supporters have damaged property, burned some homes, looted from hospitals, homes and shops, and beaten some individuals alleged to have supported government forces.

"I am confident you are aware of these allegations.... It is because the TNC holds itself to such high democratic standards that it is necessary for you and the Council to take decisive action to bring any human rights abuses to an immediate halt."

The rebel forces, who have failed to achieve any game-changing military successes despite the air strikes destroying much of the regime's capabilities, have also been accused of being divided and sending contradictory and conflicting policy statements.

Disarray among opposition ranks was illustrated when the TNC's co-ordinator in Britain, Guma el-Gamaty, dismissed as "silly" the recent offer by the TNC head, Mustafa Abdel Jalil, that Colonel Gaddafi and his family could stay in the country rather then go into exile. "I think we are coming to the end of all these silly political initiatives and all this talk about Gaddafi staying in Libya," he said. Mr Gamaty's stance also runs contrary to the position of the French government that peace talks can begin with Colonel Gaddafi staying in the country as long as he relinquishes power. The Foreign Secretary, William Hague, has also endorsed this position although he has stressed that it was ultimately a question for the Libyan people to decide.

Dear Dr Jibril...

* "You have no greater friend and supporter in the United States Congress than me, and I will continue working tirelessly to urge my government to take further steps that would support your efforts... It is as your friend and supporter that I write to you regarding the recent documentation of human rights abuses committed by opposition fighters..."

* "I am confident you are aware of these allegations, and I know that the principles espoused by the TNC [Transitional National Council] stand in stark and positive contrast to the acts of cruelty that the Gaddafi regime continues to perpetrate against the Libyan people. It is because the TNC holds itself to such high democratic standards that it is necessary for you and the Council to take decisive action to bring any human rights abuses to an immediate halt."

* "It is equally important for the TNC to make clear through public statements that such acts will not be tolerated and that the TNC remains fully committed to the protection of human rights. I urge you to investigate the recently documented abuses, hold people accountable as necessary, and ensure that opposition military forces are abiding by the principles of justice and human rights that the TNC has correctly championed."

* "As you surely know, the critics of the TNC, both in the United States and across the world, are eager to seize on any transgression to stoke opposition to the Council and to the Libyan people's fight for freedom. By taking a strong and principled response to any allegations of human rights abuses by forces under the TNC's command, you can turn this troubling setback into an opportunity for your supporters, both in Libya and in the community of nations, to reaffirm why the Libyan opposition is so worthy of greater recognition and support."

orange
09-14-2011, 01:23 PM
Sup?

Is it okay to root against Qaddafi yet?

p.s.

The former presidential candidate went on to stress: "As you surely know, the critics of the TNC, both in the United States and across the world, are eager to seize on any transgression to stoke opposition to the Council and to the Libyan people's fight for freedom."

He KNOWS you!

According to Human Rights Watch, a highly credible international non-governmental organisation, rebel fighters and supporters have damaged property, burned some homes, looted from hospitals, homes and shops, and beaten some individuals alleged to have supported government forces.

vs. mass graves of executed detainees.
:hmmm:

That's a tough one, but I'll ask again -

Is it okay to root against Qaddafi yet?

go bowe
09-14-2011, 01:32 PM
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/africa/mccain-tells-libyan-rebels-end-abuses-or-risk-us-support-2327919.html


McCain tells Libyan rebels: end abuses or risk US support



One of Washington's most influential senators has warned Libya's opposition administration that they risk alienating US and international support unless they take "decisive action" to halt human rights abuses by rebel fighters.

The Republican Senator John McCain's stark message emerged the day after the British Government recognised the Transitional National Council based in Benghazi as the legitimate representatives of Libya and ordered the Tripoli regime's diplomats to leave the UK.

Yesterday the opposition sought to take over the Libyan embassy and consulate in London, and declared that Mahmoud Nacua, described as a 74-year-old poet, will become the new ambassador. TNC officials also urged that billions of pounds in frozen Libyan assets abroad should be turned over to the Benghazi administration.

Related articles
Top Libyan rebel commander shot dead
Leading article: Libya - the mission that crept
Search the news archive for more stories
In a letter to Mahmoud Jibril, the TNC's head of foreign affairs, seen by The Independent, Senator McCain stated: "I urge you to investigate recently documented abuses, hold people accountable as necessary, and ensure that opposition military forces are abiding by the principles of justice and human rights."

The former presidential candidate went on to stress: "As you surely know, the critics of the TNC, both in the United States and across the world, are eager to seize on any transgression to stoke opposition to the Council and to the Libyan people's fight for freedom."

Senior British Tories have long been close to Mr McCain and David Cameron, then leader of the opposition, broke diplomatic convention by backing the Senator in the presidential race in a fulsome speech in 2008.

While Mr McCain has remained a supporter of military operations, President Barack Obama is facing rising criticism from both Democrats and Republicans in Congress over the four-month long bombing campaign which has so far failed to remove Colonel Gaddafi from power.

In his letter to the TNC, dated 20th July, Senator McCain, writing as "your friend and supporter" pointed out "recent documentation of human rights abuses committed by opposition figures in the western Libyan towns of al-Awaniya, Rayayinah, Zawiyat al-Bagul, and al-Qawalish". He continued: " According to Human Rights Watch, a highly credible international non-governmental organisation, rebel fighters and supporters have damaged property, burned some homes, looted from hospitals, homes and shops, and beaten some individuals alleged to have supported government forces.

"I am confident you are aware of these allegations.... It is because the TNC holds itself to such high democratic standards that it is necessary for you and the Council to take decisive action to bring any human rights abuses to an immediate halt."

The rebel forces, who have failed to achieve any game-changing military successes despite the air strikes destroying much of the regime's capabilities, have also been accused of being divided and sending contradictory and conflicting policy statements.

Disarray among opposition ranks was illustrated when the TNC's co-ordinator in Britain, Guma el-Gamaty, dismissed as "silly" the recent offer by the TNC head, Mustafa Abdel Jalil, that Colonel Gaddafi and his family could stay in the country rather then go into exile. "I think we are coming to the end of all these silly political initiatives and all this talk about Gaddafi staying in Libya," he said. Mr Gamaty's stance also runs contrary to the position of the French government that peace talks can begin with Colonel Gaddafi staying in the country as long as he relinquishes power. The Foreign Secretary, William Hague, has also endorsed this position although he has stressed that it was ultimately a question for the Libyan people to decide.

Dear Dr Jibril...

* "You have no greater friend and supporter in the United States Congress than me, and I will continue working tirelessly to urge my government to take further steps that would support your efforts... It is as your friend and supporter that I write to you regarding the recent documentation of human rights abuses committed by opposition fighters..."

* "I am confident you are aware of these allegations, and I know that the principles espoused by the TNC [Transitional National Council] stand in stark and positive contrast to the acts of cruelty that the Gaddafi regime continues to perpetrate against the Libyan people. It is because the TNC holds itself to such high democratic standards that it is necessary for you and the Council to take decisive action to bring any human rights abuses to an immediate halt."

* "It is equally important for the TNC to make clear through public statements that such acts will not be tolerated and that the TNC remains fully committed to the protection of human rights. I urge you to investigate the recently documented abuses, hold people accountable as necessary, and ensure that opposition military forces are abiding by the principles of justice and human rights that the TNC has correctly championed."

* "As you surely know, the critics of the TNC, both in the United States and across the world, are eager to seize on any transgression to stoke opposition to the Council and to the Libyan people's fight for freedom. By taking a strong and principled response to any allegations of human rights abuses by forces under the TNC's command, you can turn this troubling setback into an opportunity for your supporters, both in Libya and in the community of nations, to reaffirm why the Libyan opposition is so worthy of greater recognition and support."

your article is from july...

and the ntc is urging reconciliation with no retribtution...

a few isolated acts do not represent the ntc or the vast majority of rebels, all of whom denounce any type of war crime on their side...

go bowe
09-14-2011, 01:33 PM
Is it okay to root against Qaddafi yet?

p.s.

The former presidential candidate went on to stress: "As you surely know, the critics of the TNC, both in the United States and across the world, are eager to seize on any transgression to stoke opposition to the Council and to the Libyan people's fight for freedom."

He KNOWS you!

According to Human Rights Watch, a highly credible international non-governmental organisation, rebel fighters and supporters have damaged property, burned some homes, looted from hospitals, homes and shops, and beaten some individuals alleged to have supported government forces.

vs. mass graves of executed detainees.
:hmmm:

That's a tough one, but I'll ask again -

Is it okay to root against Qaddafi yet?

who's qaddafi?

orange
09-14-2011, 01:37 PM
who's qaddafi?

Moamar's Pelini?

RNR
09-14-2011, 02:18 PM
Is it okay to root against Qaddafi yet?

p.s.

The former presidential candidate went on to stress: "As you surely know, the critics of the TNC, both in the United States and across the world, are eager to seize on any transgression to stoke opposition to the Council and to the Libyan people's fight for freedom."

He KNOWS you!

According to Human Rights Watch, a highly credible international non-governmental organisation, rebel fighters and supporters have damaged property, burned some homes, looted from hospitals, homes and shops, and beaten some individuals alleged to have supported government forces.

vs. mass graves of executed detainees.
:hmmm:

That's a tough one, but I'll ask again -

Is it okay to root against Qaddafi yet?

Along the same line of thinking...do you miss George Bush yet?

orange
09-14-2011, 02:24 PM
Along the same line of thinking...do you miss George Bush yet?

You mean the George Bush who spent a month bombing Iraq and then let the Iraqis oust Saddam Hussein at minimal cost to us and no U.S. casualties? Yes, I miss that guy.

Chocolate Hog
09-14-2011, 02:42 PM
Is it okay to root against Qaddafi yet?

p.s.

The former presidential candidate went on to stress: "As you surely know, the critics of the TNC, both in the United States and across the world, are eager to seize on any transgression to stoke opposition to the Council and to the Libyan people's fight for freedom."

He KNOWS you!

According to Human Rights Watch, a highly credible international non-governmental organisation, rebel fighters and supporters have damaged property, burned some homes, looted from hospitals, homes and shops, and beaten some individuals alleged to have supported government forces.

vs. mass graves of executed detainees.
:hmmm:

That's a tough one, but I'll ask again -

Is it okay to root against Qaddafi yet?


Ah yes I forgot the football fan mentality has came to politics and I have to pick a team.

go bowe
09-14-2011, 03:21 PM
ahhh, but will the team pick you?