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post #301 of 475

Plus it would have been a little humiliating for Bush to be there at Ground Zero.   It sort of underscores the fact that Bush failed to do what Obama succeeded at.   And Ron, great quote!    Also, if Obama failed at this mission, would we be hearing: "Thanks to Bush and Obama following his policies, we fucked up trying to get Osama and ended up starting a war with Pakistan".   Yeah I thought not.

post #302 of 475

www.ndtv.com/article/world/osama-zawahiri-in-northwest-pak-under-isi-protection-report-60587

 

Hey, check out the timestamp.

 

Of course, they could have just been taking shots at a dartboard with that one. I think at this point I would prefer a massive conspiracy by the government to trick us all about bin Laden's whereabouts. Because confirmation that it was the ISI protecting him fucking sucks.

post #303 of 475

Christiana Amanpour revealed Osama was in a villa in Pakistan in Bill Maher's show!!! :-)

 

http://blogs.abcnews.com/thenote/2011/05/osama-bin-laden-in-a-pakistan-villa-source-told-christiane-amanpour-in-2008.html

 

post #304 of 475

Now that I think about, this really kind of pisses me off. It's a fucking Bush league move.

 

Let's imagine the Allies - and specifically, U.S. troops - beat the Soviets into Berlin and find Hitler alive, and unarmed.

 

Do they

 

A) shoot him in the face 

 

or 

 

B) take him alive

 

This is why we're not the greatest generation, and it's not even a debate.

post #305 of 475

Not bothered by that at all, we weren't there so we only can go by the official accounts. It is a big "duh" that the preference here was to kill him, but if they're saying they thought he was a threat, he was a threat;

 

 

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Asked about the final confrontation with bin Laden, Panetta said: "I don't think he had a lot of time to say anything." The CIA chief told PBS NewsHour, "It was a firefight going up that compound. ... I think it - this was all split-second action on the part of the SEALs."

Panetta said that bin Laden made "some threatening moves that were made that clearly represented a clear threat to our guys. And that's the reason they fired."

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/05/03/osama-bin-laden-unarmed-during-raid_n_857257.html

post #306 of 475

That's a bunch of mealy-mouthed garbage about how people "won't care" if he were armed or not. And I guess that's true. But from an operational standpoint, and from an ethical standpoint, the preference should have been to capture him alive.

 

post #307 of 475

If there's one thing the last ten years of international news has brought home to me in stunning detail, it's that nothing that goes on in regards to international politics, diplomacy, the flexing of military muscle or countries foreign policies in general has any relation whatsoever to an 'ethical standpoint'.

 

The machinations of nation states have nothing - nothing - to do with morals or ethics.

post #308 of 475

That's why the ethical consideration was secondary. There is no way the 'treasure trove' of intelligence they found at the site (for which they had enough time to pick up, but not enough time to apprehend an unarmed OBL) could be as valuable as bin Laden himself in custody.

post #309 of 475

Getting any information from Bin Laden seems *extremely* unlikely. There are reports that they took away at least one person, which I'm not surprised at all, so there might be a capture that could fill in more details.

 

So what's going to happen with our relationship with Pakistan, that's what I'm really wondering about. It's kind of interesting how Pakistan is not protesting at all about us violating their sovereignty ... you would imagine this doesn't sit well with the population. But it seems the government is more concerned to keep the US happy than their own population.

 

BTW, hearing good things about this Frontline report;

http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/fighting-for-bin-laden/ (will be repeated at 1AM and available online).

post #310 of 475

Some scallywag is using the Bluth model home as a picture for the Bin Laden villa on Google Maps.

post #311 of 475
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Originally Posted by Zhukov View Post

Now that I think about, this really kind of pisses me off. It's a fucking Bush league move.

 

Let's imagine the Allies - and specifically, U.S. troops - beat the Soviets into Berlin and find Hitler alive, and unarmed.

 

Do they

 

A) shoot him in the face 

 

or 

 

B) take him alive

 

This is why we're not the greatest generation, and it's not even a debate.



 

Honestly Zhukov, I think you're pretty much on your own. First of all, I'm not vehemently opposed to assassination. It's preferable to war in some cases. Not saying that's the only criteria (and it wasn't in this case) but it is fucking bin Laden. Also, the standing orders are for anyone who surrenders completely to not get shot in the head. Bin Laden didn't surrender.

 

On a "rules of engagement" level, I don't think Hitler and Osama even stand on equal footing. One was an elected leader with a standing army engaged in an official act of war. The other was pretty fucking far from that. Those were fine rules for different times that could afford to have them. We don't live in those times anymore. And to expect everyone to pretend as if we do is, for lack of better word, nostalgic. Now, I'm not saying that we should completely abandon those ideals but what happened on Sunday isn't a definitive sign that we have abandoned those ideals. Lost a certain innocence perhaps, but we're not as bad as our enemies. I am reminded of Golda Meir's speech to Eric Bana in Munich.

 

Besides, covert wars are messy as fuck. I think a much more apt comparison would be the way the French resistance fought in WW2. That shit was ugly but nobody could blame them for taking desperate measures. Not saying we're desperate, but we're trying to bring justice to people who are hiding in hostile (to us) territory.


Edited by Pop Zeus - 5/3/11 at 10:20pm
post #312 of 475

http://www.chud.com/community/forum/thread/66912/classified-letters-regarding-fbi-whistleblower-sibel-edmonds/100

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sibel_Edmonds

 

http://911reports.wordpress.com/2008/08/16/sibel-edmonds-vs-the-nuclear-terrorists/

 

http://www.boilingfrogspost.com/2011/01/06/the-%E2%80%9Cexceptionally-%E2%80%9Credacted-911-commission-interview/

 

http://larryflynt.com/?tag=roy-blunt

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xj0pM5FoYbs

 

" Albright thinks Bush hiding bin Laden

World Net Daily

Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright told Fox News Channel analyst Morton Kondracke yesterday she suspects President Bush knows the whereabouts of Osama bin Laden and is simply waiting for the most politically expedient moment to announce his capture.

Kondracke made the announcement about what Albright told him backstage before an appearance on another Fox show on "Special Report With Brit Hume."
Kondracke was incredulous that a former secretary of state could believe something like that about a U.S. administration.

"She was not smiling when she said this," offered Kondracke, who believes Albright is serious about the conspiracy theory.

Albright is on a media tour to promote her new book, "Madam Secretary, A Memoir."


Edited by Johnny Daywalker - 5/3/11 at 9:59pm
post #313 of 475

Obama's face while Seth Myer was telling that Osama Bin Laden joke.....

 

r-OSAMA-BIN-LADEN-JOKE-OBAMA-VIDEO-large570.jpg

 

Now we know why his grin is so big.   Also the joke about Trump "making the decisions that would keep me up at night" is far more devastating when you realize what he had riding on his legacy when telling jokes Saturday night.  

 

First, the Somali pirates, then that operation in Yemen, and now OBL?   I gotta say, I like Obama's style when it comes to dealing with America's enemies.  Send an elite unit in, take care of business, and get out.   This guy who ran on domestic issues is making quite a name for himself in foriegn policy.   Who would've thunk it?

post #314 of 475

 

Personally, and I'm biased as I served, but I think if anyone could take someone alive it would have been Seal Team 6. If they were ordered to shoot on sight that sucks but I'm not going to grab my fiddle and start playing something sad for bin Laden. If he was alive now we would have people bellyaching over just HOW he's being interrogated for information. Maybe I'm just another stupid hick that grew up in Appalachia but if you have a mad dog you put him down, it's better for everyone that way. We'll probably never know exactly what happened, look at all the conflicting information.

 

It's a god damn shame that so many people are upset about this and I would love to wake up tomorrow in a world where my daughters had never heard words like assassination or terrorism but we have our realities. It's easy to say that our parents or grandparents grew up in a simpler time when men were men and knew right from wrong and the USA stood for truth and justice and the American way. This isn't a movie though and sometimes you have to settle, as a person and as a nation. I'm sure there isn't a person here that wouldn't have liked to see that son of a bitch stand trial for what he's done and pull the end of a rope tight when it was over because if we can all agree on one thing it's that he was guilty. We all want to hold our heads up and think that we were the bigger "man" but at the end of the day the outcome would have been the same.

 

Don't be ashamed or angry. Fuck him. *shrugs*

post #315 of 475


 

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Originally Posted by Zhukov View Post

Now that I think about, this really kind of pisses me off. It's a fucking Bush league move.

 

Let's imagine the Allies - and specifically, U.S. troops - beat the Soviets into Berlin and find Hitler alive, and unarmed.

 

Do they

 

A) shoot him in the face 

 

or 

 

B) take him alive

 

This is why we're not the greatest generation, and it's not even a debate.


How is this even a question?  In a storming the bunker situation, Hitler gets it in the face, and there are a hell of a lot more than five deaths, on both sides.  Short of everyone in Hitler's bunker dropping their weapons and walking out the door before any Allied troops even enter the building, it can't end any other way.  And your hypothetical is fucking retarded in the first place, because Hitler never would have been unarmed in his bunker while Allied forces were taking Berlin. 

 

As soon as it becomes a firefight, everyone is a potential threat.  It's amazing that only five people were killed.

 

 

Quote:

www.ndtv.com/article/world/osama-zawahiri-in-northwest-pak-under-isi-protection-report-60587

 

Hey, check out the timestamp.

 

Of course, they could have just been taking shots at a dartboard with that one. I think at this point I would prefer a massive conspiracy by the government to trick us all about bin Laden's whereabouts. Because confirmation that it was the ISI protecting him fucking sucks.

 

You need to pick one conspiracy and stick to it, dude.  First Osama has been dead since December 2001, now the ISI has had him in custody since at least October of last year.  Will the plans for his orbital death ray, funded jointly by the Pakistani government and stolen funds from the Afghani and Iraqi reconstruction efforts be amongst the intel found in his compound?

post #316 of 475

That face Obama made is well on its way to becoming a rage face meme on Reddit. The "You have no idea" face.

 

And concerning Osama's fate, you really have to be realistic. At this point, you either capture him alive and make him disappear so you can use him for whatever or you kill him on the spot. The absolute shit storm a Bin Laden trial would create the world over would be unprecedented. And frankly, people at either side of this debate should stop using anything WW2 related as an argument. Other than people killing people, the current stuff have zero in common with what happened then, either during or after the war. The reasons, the scale, the mobilization, the consequences, the politcs, the crimes, eveyrthing was different.

post #317 of 475

This was an assassination, plain and simple.  So what?  We pay the President and his aides to do the cost/benefit analysis of whether or not its worth capturing him alive.  You guys can conjecture all you want, but I'm going to give them the benefit of the doubt.  They've earned it.

 

post #318 of 475
Exactly. Bin Laden alive would be a nightmare. And do you think the US (and the allies) always followed the rules of engagement in WW2?
post #319 of 475

My friends on Facebook are currently hating me(and a few other friends) for being conspiracy theorists, but I'm among the gang who thinks he's been dead for years. Being on the move in caves, for years(often being bombed), while on dialysis... Even with the equipment, specialists, generators, etc, doesn't compute.

 

Doubt we'll ever know the 100% truth on this one without them doing a traveling Jesse James-style roadshow(whoops too late for that one), but I'm glad he's dead as fuck, either way.

post #320 of 475


 

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Originally Posted by Bluelouboyle View Post

Exactly. Bin Laden alive would be a nightmare. And do you think the US (and the allies) always followed the rules of engagement in WW2?


Or put it this way: If I had a been a soldier on that mission, I absolutely would have shot him in the face. Twice.

 

In the middle of a firefight, instead of surrendering, he made a move.. Mass murderers don't get the benefit of the doubt. 

 

Calling it an assassination is disingenuous. They could've just dropped a bomb on his head. This was a military strike against known hostiles (to put it mildly), with a time limit as the Pakistani military/police could have shown up at any moment. Anyone expecting the use of kid gloves in that situation comes off as naive in the extreme.



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My friends on Facebook are currently hating me(and a few other friends) for being conspiracy theorists, but I'm among the gang who thinks he's been dead for years. Being on the move in caves, for years(often being bombed), while on dialysis... Even with the equipment, specialists, generators, etc, doesn't compute.

 

Doubt we'll ever know the 100% truth on this one without them doing a traveling Jesse James-style roadshow(whoops too late for that one), but I'm glad he's dead as fuck, either way.



So we just staged an assault on a compound within an ally's borders without informing them... as a dog and pony show?

 

That. Is. Retarded.

 

The good news for you is that they're considering releasing what are likely some truly disturbing images, just so people whose minds jump from A to ZeFuck? can sleep easier. Yay!

post #321 of 475
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Originally Posted by Nexus-7 View Post

My friends on Facebook are currently hating me(and a few other friends) for being conspiracy theorists, but I'm among the gang who thinks he's been dead for years. Being on the move in caves, for years(often being bombed), while on dialysis... Even with the equipment, specialists, generators, etc, doesn't compute.

 

Doubt we'll ever know the 100% truth on this one without them doing a traveling Jesse James-style roadshow(whoops too late for that one), but I'm glad he's dead as fuck, either way.



http://worldblog.msnbc.msn.com/_news/2011/05/02/6570172-clarifying-osama-bin-laden-myths

 

Bin Ladin suffered from kidney stones, not kidney failure.  He didn't need dialysis. 

 

He also wasn't in caves.

 

Further, if he's been dead for "years" why announce it now?  What purpose does it serve?  It's no guarantee of re-election, and if the purpose was to help secure re-election they certainly timed it damn poorly considering the actual election is still almost a year and a half away.  So once again:  Is the supposition that the government is smart enough and capable enough to pull off a multinational bipartisan conspiracy without any "leaks" but not smart enough to time their "bombshell" properly?

 

-THAT- "does not compute."

post #322 of 475
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Originally Posted by Nexus-7 View Post

My friends on Facebook are currently hating me(and a few other friends) for being conspiracy theorists, but I'm among the gang who thinks he's been dead for years. Being on the move in caves, for years(often being bombed), while on dialysis... Even with the equipment, specialists, generators, etc, doesn't compute.

 

Doubt we'll ever know the 100% truth on this one without them doing a traveling Jesse James-style roadshow(whoops too late for that one), but I'm glad he's dead as fuck, either way.


From what we now know he was in caves up to the battle of Tora Bora which was at the end of 2001, we think this guy might have been in that compound for 5/6 years. It's not unreasonable to image he was hanging out at other people's homes in between.

 

Have you been watching the news???

post #323 of 475

Personally, I don't think Osama Bin Laden even existed. Look at the Democratic ticket from 2008: Obama/Biden.

 

Now, that's a cleverly placed B there in the "President"'s name. But if you change that an S? Suddenly things start looking a little too coincidental.

 

And on 9/11, what was the biggest city in America to avoid attack? That's right, Los Angeles. Home of the liberals, gays and liberal gays. Of course that wasn't on this "Osama"'s agenda. Not Los Angeles. Not L A.

 

N.L.A.

 

Slot those three letters into the middle of our vice president's name.

 

Finally, the TRUTH.

post #324 of 475

 

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Originally Posted by FarsightView Post

 

 

The good news for you is that they're considering releasing what are likely some truly disturbing images, just so people whose minds jump from A to ZeFuck? can sleep easier. Yay!



We both know releasing the photos will do nothing to satisfy the loons. Two - TWO! - birth certificates later, and the wingnuts still don't believe them.

 

I don't expect the photos of OBL to silence the conspiracy theorists.

 

post #325 of 475
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Originally Posted by Andrew Merriweather View Post

Personally, I don't think Osama Bin Laden even existed. Look at the Democratic ticket from 2008: Obama/Biden.

 

Now, that's a cleverly placed B there in the "President"'s name. But if you change that an S? Suddenly things start looking a little too coincidental.

 

And on 9/11, what was the biggest city in America to avoid attack? That's right, Los Angeles. Home of the liberals, gays and liberal gays. Of course that wasn't on this "Osama"'s agenda. Not Los Angeles. Not L A.

 

N.L.A.

 

Slot those three letters into the middle of our vice president's name.

 

Finally, the TRUTH.


Can't...stop...laughing!

 

Though the terrifying part of this is that somewhere on the internet, someone will read this and immediately assume it's gospel truth.

 

post #326 of 475

On the domestic political front here in the States, serving bin Laden a lead sandwich instead of taking him alive spares us the embarrassment of arguing with ourselves about whether we're capable of treating a prisoner of war humanely and whether we're too gutless and craven to even hold a trial.

 

So sure, if it allows us to be one country again for a few days, go ahead and revoke the bastard's breathing license right on the spot. Fuck him.


Edited by Reasor - 5/4/11 at 6:38am
post #327 of 475

Killing bin Laden, as opposed to capturing him, was the best choice, for all the reasons stated above. And my at-best-ambivelance at the appropriateness of dancing in the street when we've assassinated someone aside, I will admit to not giving one little shit about whether he was armed, resisting, or bending over and asking for a rifle rim job. A shot to the head was a far cleaner death than he'd earned.

post #328 of 475

"Well, he should have armed himself" - Will Munny

post #329 of 475

I am dying, DYING, for the usual Republican suspects to start in on t his "oh he was unarmed" handwringing. Please don't let us down, hypocrites of the world.

post #330 of 475
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Originally Posted by HarleyQuinn22 View Post

Have they said what they're doing with that $25 million in reward money?  I say split it up and give it to those SEALs.  They earned that payday.



I forget his name, but I read that one construction worker/vigilante who came back from Pakistan empty handed (and who was on the David Letterman show a while back) wants a cut of the reward money. LOL

post #331 of 475
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Originally Posted by Andrew Merriweather View Post

I am dying, DYING, for the usual Republican suspects to start in on t his "oh he was unarmed" handwringing. Please don't let us down, hypocrites of the world.



That's already happening, sort of. Shep Smith and Judge Napolitano at Fox are saying it was an illegal action from the US govt.

post #332 of 475
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Originally Posted by ElCapitanAmerica View Post

"Well, he should have armed himself" - Will Munny

 

"Deserve's got nothin' to do with it."
 

 

post #333 of 475

Random thought; can you imagine what would happen if it was revealed that the SEAL who shot bin Laden was gay?


 

post #334 of 475

Five bucks that this year's Call of Duty will have the Killing Osama Bin Laden mission.

post #335 of 475
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That's already happening, sort of. Shep Smith and Judge Napolitano at Fox are saying it was an illegal action from the US govt.


Maybe in the aspect of "invading Pakistan" but in terms of killing Bin Laden?  He wasn't a national leader, he was a self-admitted terrorist/enemy combatant (though I hate to use those words)...it's a whole different ball of wax.  I also doubt he was peaceably surrendering though the remote possibility is there.

 

post #336 of 475

 


Shep Smith: Bin Laden Killing 'Illegal' 

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/05/04/shep-smith-bin-laden-illegal_n_857356.html

 

Judge Napolitaion: Bin Laden was illegally mudered

http://www.mediaite.com/online/judge-napolitano-to-fox-radio-host-osama-bin-laden-was-illegally-murdered/

 

Who would have imagined these Fox headlines 3 years ago?

post #337 of 475

White House will NOT release photo of Osama bin Laden. Another good call by the administration.

 

President Obama told 60 Minutes that he will not release the photos of Osama bin Laden after he was killed. 

Said Obama: "The risks of release outweigh the benefits. Conspiracy theorists around the world will just claim the photos are doctored anyway, and there is a real risk that releasing the photos will only serve to inflame public opinion in the Middle East."

He added: "Imagine how the American people would react if Al Qaida killed one of our troops or military leaders, and put photos of the body on the internet. Osama bin Laden is not a trophy -- he is dead and let's now focus on continuing the fight until Al Qaida has been eliminated."

post #338 of 475
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Originally Posted by ElCapitanAmerica View Post

White House will NOT release photo of Osama bin Laden. Another good call by the administration.


I agree that it's the right thing to do, but the already screechy conspiracy theorists and hypocrites on the right are going to be unbearably bitchy for a while.

 

post #339 of 475

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Originally Posted by MichaelM View Post

I agree that it's the right thing to do, but the already screechy conspiracy theorists and hypocrites on the right are going to be unbearably bitchy for a while.

 

 

That could work to the president's advantage, see the birther issue.
 

 

post #340 of 475

I love that the Dali Lama pretty much gave the op a thumbs up.

post #341 of 475
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Originally Posted by Chris Myers View Post

Five bucks that this year's Call of Duty will have the Killing Osama Bin Laden mission.



Shouldn't be too tough, they already have the level map.

 

As for the unknown (and likely forever classified) shooter, here's a vague Profile of a Badass, "a man who 'flunked vacation and flunked relaxing.'"

Quote:

The shooter’s probably not the crew-cut, neatly shaven ideal we’ve come to expect from American fighting forces. “He’s bearded, rough-looking, like a street urchin,” Marcinko supposes. “You don’t want to stick out.” Marcinko calls it “modified grooming standards.”

 

His hands will be calloused, Smith says, or just plain “gnarled,” as Marcinko puts it. And “he’s got frag in him somewhere,” Marcinko says, using the battlefield shorthand for “fragments” of bullets or explosive devices. This will not have been the shooter’s first adventure. Marcinko estimates that he might have made a dozen or more deployments, tours when he was likely to have run afoul of grenades, improvised explosive devices or bullets.

 

post #342 of 475

Yeah, not releasing the photos is the smart move.

 

Is it bad that I'm still shocked when the President makes the smart move? I've been grading on a curve for far too long...

post #343 of 475
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Originally Posted by Farsight View Post

Yeah, not releasing the photos is the smart move.

 

Is it bad that I'm still shocked when the President makes the smart move? I've been grading on a curve for far too long...



 I think the shock is that the smart move is being made more than once a year. We all need time to adjust.

post #344 of 475
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Originally Posted by Chris Myers View Post

Five bucks that this year's Call of Duty will have the Killing Osama Bin Laden mission.



No, no, it'll be a zombie Bin Laden. Killing Osama is old news. We want a zombie Bin Laden!

 

As for not releasing the photo that's what the Republicans will harp on. As said above, FOX News is already jumping on the "it was illegal" angle so the "not releasing the photo will bring more attacks!" angle is another one. They needed something and these two "issues" are it.

post #345 of 475

No, ElCap, I don't watch the news. Last time I was glued to the tube was post-tsunami. I don't even get television, and only occasionally listen to NPR, read CNN, BBC, etc. 

 

This is why I only lurk in here usually, being wildly misinformed and such. Thanks for correcting me without being pricks. Carry on, ladies and gents.

 

FUCKER'S DEAD! WOOO!

post #346 of 475

Which is going to be VERY funny because they're in a weird area where a LOT of the gun-ho, gun-loving crowd that would normally be on Fox and their ilk's side will turn on them and support Obama just based on this one issue. It's only a certain and small-ish segment, but still, it's one the conservatives normally have in the bag.

post #347 of 475

Reuters goes ahead and releases gory post-raid photos of their own. Servers are unresponsive;

http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/05/04/us-binladen-pakistan-photos-idUSTRE74370620110504

post #348 of 475

Yeah, the whole article is down now.

post #349 of 475

I have to say that I felt great when I heard the news about OBL's death, but the more details that come out the more I get scared that we could be entering a Pat Tillman situation.  I want to see the photos because I want to hold my government accountable for its actions.  I am a US citizen and I do want to trust our President, military, or CIA on their word, but they have not shown that they are altogether honest all the time.  

 

I definitely believe he is dead.  I am assuming the SEALS did their thing going in there with the intent to capture, but prepared to kill if need be.  I understand that, even unarmed, any threatening action could be a grenade or gun and could mean the deaths of everyone in the room.  The problem is with no body, no autopsy, etc, there is no way to know.  Especially since the legal questions brought up by the Fox News and the German paper ARE real.  

 

As we say we don't want to be a country that tortures, we also don't want to be a country that executes people.  And I'll be fine if he kinda even just raised his eyebrow when the SEALs come in and shot him.  I'll give them the benefit of the doubt.  I just don't want to think we put a gun to his face while people watched and pulled the trigger.  We are better than that and the photos should prove it.

 

Maybe I'm in the minority and I don't believe the above is a liberal or conservative viewpoint.  Do you?

post #350 of 475

I still can't believe how awful Sarah Palin is. She calls releasing the photo "part of the mission", refers to not doing it as "pussy-footing around". Yeah, because not releasing the photo of a guy whose cranium you just ventilated is "pussy-footing around".  Posting the video of Nick Berg having his head cut off was part of Muntada al-Ansar's mission. That shit, is barbarism, that is what they do. Does she (and people like her) actually believe that showing a picture of a dead Bin Laden is going to put the fear of God into and dissuade from action a suicide bomber?  Sweet Pete, I can't fucking wait for this woman to disappear.

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