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MikeStanart
06-12-2011, 10:03 PM
http://news.antiwar.com/2011/06/12/sen-graham-very-close-to-time-to-attack-syria/

This is unreal. We're blowing stuff up in: Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya and Yemen....and this guy wants to head to Syria as well!!?? :eek:

EDIT: Forgot to add Pakistan.

Anti Federalist
06-12-2011, 10:23 PM
Kewl, Moar war pl0x...

That would be, what, 6 wars now?

Carehn
06-12-2011, 10:26 PM
America will not be looked upon with favor in this portion of history. I'm guessing that in 100 years people talk about this time as the time America and the west went nuts.

sailingaway
06-12-2011, 10:27 PM
I think we should buy him a row boat and let him go to it.

heck, I'd chip in.

https://www.med.unc.edu/ophth/giving-opportunities/resolveuid/56cc27b2849ef8e65720b3055b84c1fa

libertybrewcity
06-13-2011, 12:14 AM
http://irregulartimes.com/aapaypalfiles/images/obamamorebombsdroppedbuttonthumb.png

libertybrewcity
06-13-2011, 12:16 AM
http://tomheller.de/theholycymbal/pics/democracybombs.jpg

cindy25
06-13-2011, 12:42 AM
hey Lindsey, you forgot Lebanon, and Jordan

and Saudi Arabia

COpatriot
06-13-2011, 12:56 AM
Throw Iran, Egypt, and Oman in there as well. Is this guy not one of the worst representations of an American? Or at least right up there? Blooddrunk neocons are like a group of junkies seeking their next fix. It's nauseating.

ThePiousPriest
06-13-2011, 06:55 AM
On behalf of South Carolina, I would like to apologize. Unfortunately, we voted Graham back in to the Senate in 08. HOPEFULLY our state will get some intelligence and balls and throw this RINO out next time around.

acptulsa
06-13-2011, 07:26 AM
I'm all for chipping in to buy him an AK, a plane ticket and a parachute.

Save a serviceman--attack Lindsay Graham!


On behalf of South Carolina, I would like to apologize. Unfortunately, we voted Graham back in to the Senate in 08. HOPEFULLY our state will get some intelligence and balls and throw this RINO out next time around.

We're all in that club. No need to apologize.

I, for example, would like to apologize to the nation on behalf of the state of Oklahoma for the prominence of a certain psychopath named James Inhofe...

flightlesskiwi
06-13-2011, 08:30 AM
I just read an AFtimes article, can't share it here in entirety because it won't let me, but will quote a little:


The Pentagon is honing a strategy for halting genocide and mass atrocities, an effort to make the military[B] faster and more effective if [B]called upon[B] to tackle those [B]non traditional missions... my question: at this point, wtf is a traditional mission for the DoD???


Known inside the Pentagon as MAPRO-- Mass Atrocity Prevention and Response Operations-- the new strategy will tap many of the same skills the military uses for counterinsurgency fights, stability operations and humanitarian and disaster-response missions. The current MAPRO initiative will formalize the Pentagon planning and expand the military's ability to "prevent, mitigate, and, if called upon by the president to stop mass atrocities" said Marine Lt.Col. David Lapan, a Pentagon spokesman. (emphasis mine)

The scary thing-- I have encountered a lot of people (mil and civi) who actually believe in these "missions". The mentality I've seen goes something like: the DoD can do no wrong. The only wrong that the .mil can do is to NOT get involved if "innocent people abroad" are "dying at the hands of a despot or ethnic group".

I've had these conversations with many people, and I'm called a cold-hearted b for actually questioning the Constitutionality of government mandated military "humanitarian" missions.

Just another f$%king day in the good ole U S of A.

t0rnado
06-13-2011, 08:46 AM
Someone should drop Graham off in Syria with a rifle if he really wants to fight.