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Old 05-24-2012, 18:35   #1
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Dr. Who Helped Get Bin Laden Gets 33 Years

http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-202_162-...gets-33-years/

Why, I thought it was a few isolated nutballs that admired Bin Laden, rarer than hen's teeth.

/sarcasm off

I say we stage a covert op to free him.
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Old 05-24-2012, 19:42   #2
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Why, I thought it was a few isolated nutballs that admired Bin Laden, rarer than hen's teeth.

/sarcasm off

I say we stage a covert op to free him.
Sucks to be him, but he isn't worth the time, the money and most importantly the life it might cost.
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Old 05-24-2012, 21:21   #3
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Akil will be along soon to explain the justice of this.
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Akil will be along soon to explain the justice of this.
It may have been for all the right reasons but to the Pakis he is a traitor. Just proof that Pakistan is not an ally except for the part were we give them billions. His circumstance is part of the price to the paid to keep that charade going. It sucks but I wouldn't expend one American life for his.
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Darn! I thought this was about Dr. Who.
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Darn! I thought this was about Dr. Who.
So did I the first time I read the thread title.
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Old 05-25-2012, 08:57   #7
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It may have been for all the right reasons but to the Pakis he is a traitor. Just proof that Pakistan is not an ally except for the part were we give them billions.
Exactly. Amazing that to an entire Muslim nation someone who turns in the criminal Bin Laden is a traitor. I sure don't see any protests in Pakistan about this. This is similar to what I heard from someone in Egypt, that when it was announced Bin Laden was killed, they didn't see any Muslims who were happy about it. Some were apathetic, but most were sad.
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For a moment I read the title as "Dr. Who helped bin Laden get 33 years" and I started looking around for a TARDIS.
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Exactly. Amazing that to an entire Muslim nation someone who turns in the criminal Bin Laden is a traitor. I sure don't see any protests in Pakistan about this. This is similar to what I heard from someone in Egypt, that when it was announced Bin Laden was killed, they didn't see any Muslims who were happy about it. Some were apathetic, but most were sad.
That's as accurate as saying the entire US supports Obama and is rooting for his reelection.
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That's as accurate as saying the entire US supports Obama and is rooting for his reelection.
So where are the protesters to this act? The entire Pakistani government is behind this move, not just a few crazies.
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What do you think people would think about an American getting 33 years in prison for helping Pakistan run a covert op in the U.S.? I'd be indifferent. Yeah that's about right.

I'm not saying we shouldn't have done it, but I am saying they have every right to be pretty effin mad that we did.
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The way I heard it from the media ,Obama personally stocked, planned the raid, and was there and put the shot between his eyes with a Gock . Do you think they will have to give Obama the same sentence?
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So where are the protesters to this act? The entire Pakistani government is behind this move, not just a few crazies.
Do the actions of our government represent the beliefs of all Americans?
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Do the actions of our government represent the beliefs of all Americans?
If they don't there are usually protests. I don't see any in Pakistan, do you? Funny, they protest about cartoons they don't like.
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What do you think people would think about an American getting 33 years in prison for helping Pakistan run a covert op in the U.S.? I'd be indifferent. Yeah that's about right.

I'm not saying we shouldn't have done it, but I am saying they have every right to be pretty effin mad that we did.
If they really approve of Bin Laden and his activities, yes.
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If they don't there are usually protests. I don't see any in Pakistan, do you? Funny, they protest about cartoons they don't like.
Dude it's Pakistan. I'm certain the authorities in Pakistan wouldn't allow those that were happy that Bin Laden was whacked to protest the same as we can here.

The comparison is stupid. Muslims in Pakistan have to risk imprisonment and their lives to do what the Occupoopers have been doing here. But as I have posted before they're likely and unfortunately going to have to fight and die to reform Islam and their nations governments so that they can protest like we can here.
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i dont think Dr. Who will stand for that

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What do you think people would think about an American getting 33 years in prison for helping Pakistan run a covert op in the U.S.? I'd be indifferent. Yeah that's about right.
Jonathan Pollard spied for Israel inside the US, he was sentenced to life in prison.
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Jonathan Pollard spied for Israel inside the US, he was sentenced to life in prison.
By Paul7 logic, this means America supported Palestinian terrorists.

(yes, i am exaggerating a bit. But there's a kernel of truth there)
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That sucks. Too bad he wasn't whisked out of Pakistan in time to avoid this crap. The Lashkar e Taiba mass murderers of Mumbai outfit is supported by Pakistan's intelligence Service. That scumbag Karzai wants the US out of Afghanistan, it's time to go, cut off aid and let Karzai and Afghanistan sink or swim. Getting that done would limit the amount of interaction with Pakistan.
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If they really approve of Bin Laden and his activities, yes.
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That sucks. Too bad he wasn't whisked out of Pakistan in time to avoid this crap. The Lashkar e Taiba mass murderers of Mumbai outfit is supported by Pakistan's intelligence Service. That scumbag Karzai wants the US out of Afghanistan, it's time to go, cut off aid and let Karzai and Afghanistan sink or swim. Getting that done would limit the amount of interaction with Pakistan.
I suspect that this type of abadonment of an asset that is found out publically would hurt and hinder the intelligence community world wide. I am sure there are some pretty annoyed operatives out there right now.
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Dude it's Pakistan. I'm certain the authorities in Pakistan wouldn't allow those that were happy that Bin Laden was whacked to protest the same as we can here.

The comparison is stupid. Muslims in Pakistan have to risk imprisonment and their lives to do what the Occupoopers have been doing here. But as I have posted before they're likely and unfortunately going to have to fight and die to reform Islam and their nations governments so that they can protest like we can here.
And if it rained in the Sahara you could grow tomatoes there. The only fighting and dying going on today I see is Muslims trying to make things more repressive.
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By Paul7 logic, this means America supported Palestinian terrorists.

(yes, i am exaggerating a bit. But there's a kernel of truth there)
Who was the Pakistani doctor spying on? He was merely doing what Pakistan claims to want, helping with the war on terror by letting us know the whereabouts of a major terror leader.
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I suspect that this type of abadonment of an asset that is found out publically would hurt and hinder the intelligence community world wide. I am sure there are some pretty annoyed operatives out there right now.
I agree. Letting potential friends know that they will be looked after for putting it on the line is practical as well as the right thing to do.
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