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Old 06-16-2008, 07:54 PM
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WTC (World Trade Center) Movie

If you haven't seen this check it out. Hopefully, it will bring back the harsh realities of 9/11 and be a brutal reminder of why we have troops in Afghanistan and Iraq.
I saw it yesterday and as I watched it I kept thinking about a line from the Darrel Worley song "Have you forgotten?" He talked about how experts said showing the footage would just make us mad, he said if he had it his way he show it every day.
I don't know about every day, but I damn sure think we should see the footage of those planes hitting those towers and the aftermath a few times a week. We should be mad as hell at those bastards, instead we are fat and happy w/ the exception of b*tching about fuel prices.
DO YOU KNOW we have the SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES giving these F'IN vermin the same RIGHTS as the U.S. citizens that these bastards killed. WTF.

Thank you to those who have volunteered to go into battle and help the people of these two countries and exterminate those who would wish to do more extensive damage to our nation. God Speed.
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Old 06-16-2008, 08:06 PM
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yeah it was a sad time in us history......has anybody seen the loose change documentry ?
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I remeber the day that it happened on.
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yeah it was a sad time in us history......has anybody seen the loose change documentry ?
I agree with you Craig, 100%

I DID actually watch some of Loose Change....my time would have served me better, hitting myself in the head with a brick.....
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Old 06-16-2008, 08:26 PM
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I agree with you Craig, 100%

I DID actually watch some of Loose Change....my time would have served me better, hitting myself in the head with a brick.....
And now probably won't.

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I will say this, the first terrorism trail is complete. Three have been found guilty and now await sentencing.

toledoblade.com -- 3 guilty in plot to kill troops; Toledo verdict hailed as 1st on 'home-grown' terrorism cell

Now as for the movie goes, I have not forgotten what happened. I remeber to this day where I was and what I was doing when all this started. Just like when the Oklahoma City building was blown up. How ever I think the families that are involved here, the families that lost loved ones should be respected. I think that they should stop doing memorial services on 9/11, I think they need to stop making documentaries about this. I am not saying lets forget about it and move on. It is a day in US history that will not be forgotten for decades.

As for the prisoners or detainees at Gitmo, well Gitmo is US soveriegn soil. I am not saying that these individuals should have the same rights as us. But I do think that they should be treated equally to the ones locked up here in the states.

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I can still remember every minute of that day.
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As for the prisoners or detainees at Gitmo, well Gitmo is US soveriegn soil. I am not saying that these individuals should have the same rights as us. But I do think that they should be treated equally to the ones locked up here in the states.
I understand that we, the US lease the ground that Gitmo is on for $2000.00 per year and is not on soveriegn soil (Cuba). Also the detainees are war criminals and should not be given the same rights as US citizens.
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But I do think that they should be treated equally to the ones locked up here in the states.
Why they are not U.S. citizens?
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Old 06-16-2008, 08:49 PM
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I understand that we, the US lease the ground that Gitmo is on for $2000.00 per year and is not on soveriegn soil (Cuba). Also the detainees are war criminals and should not be given the same rights as US citizens.
You forgot to mention that only one check has been cashed after the Cuban Revolution. Which Castro says was a mistake.

I am not saying they should be given the same rights as US citizens. But they should be treated with the rights they have with in the Geneva Convention for POW's.

I am sorry if I confused anyone.
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