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    When they do you need to be smart enough to not go off half cocked killing everyone with the same skin color. Find the guys who did it and drop some more hellfires on their heads. Don't mow down a bunch of douchbag rioters to make yourself feel big and strong and prove you're the "big bad wolf" on the block.
    What the hell? Why is it Liberals always default back to race on any issue? Are you copying and pasting arguments from another message board?

    Please point out where anyone said we should kill regular protesters. Pretty much everyone said that anyone that breaches the wall or gate has asked to find out for sure if their religion is true. We are Americans. We love protesters. Hell, we elect them President. Invaders of sovereign soil? Well, they get to meet their maker via Mr.John M Browning (p.b.u.h)
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    Obammy and Dummycrats think Drone Strikes are OK (cause he uses the hell outta them), but Waterboading ain't....go figure!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bullsi1911 View Post
    What the hell? Why is it Liberals always default back to race on any issue? Are you copying and pasting arguments from another message board?

    Please point out where anyone said we should kill regular protesters. Pretty much everyone said that anyone that breaches the wall or gate has asked to find out for sure if their religion is true. We are Americans. We love protesters. Hell, we elect them President. Invaders of sovereign soil? Well, they get to meet their maker via Mr.John M Browning (p.b.u.h)
    Excellent point!!! This morning they showed video of a bunch of idiots flinging big rocks over the concrete barricade that was erected in Egypt to protect what is left of our Embassy. If you are holding a sign that says death to Americans, I'm good with it. If you fling a 10 pound chunk of concrete over the fence trying to brain someone on the other side, you should get a flash-bang or at least a gas canister in return. Do that once or twice, no more rock throwing. Continue to do it, we step up to frags....

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    Quote Originally Posted by bullsi1911 View Post
    Please point out where anyone said we should kill regular protesters.
    The posts below are dripping with "kill'em all and let god sort 'em out" type rhetoric.

    Napalm, lots and lots of napalm. Hard to protest and kill embassy personnel when you're going up in flames.
    And if the attack becomes really intense, send in enough planes to make the situation go away.

    Their police and military is infiltrated with terrorists. Not going to put any faith in them finding out much. Probably just pull a few Akmeds off the street, beat the crap out of them and make them confess. Then back to business as usual figuring out the next attack against the American infidels.
    If the recruiting poster for the next mob said "They killed the last 400 that tried this so we need replacements. Join us next Tuesday for phase II of the Embassy Siege." How many do you think would show up...
    Nothing says power like the muzzle of a gun. Screw these fanatics- - - -if they want to be martyrs, I'm all for helping them go to their eternal reward.
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    Guys, its all okay, the attacks aren't directed against the U.S., they are against the film! The White House says so, so it must be true!?!

    This bunch would find difficulty in emptying urination from a ..... well you know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alphasigmookie View Post
    The posts below are dripping with "kill'em all and let god sort 'em out" type rhetoric.
    Every one of those (with the exception of the first one mentioning 'hard to protest" but it also mentioned KILLING embassy personell) are talking about killing the people that are attacking US citizens on US soil.

    No one said "Blow up the legitimate protestors"
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    There was a time in the good USA when we had two types of relationships with countries. We had friends who knew we were the best ally and friend you could have. And we had enemies that feared us DEEPLY because they knew the horrendous swift damage we could inflict when provoqued. It would serve us well to go right back to that.
    Really? When exactly was this golden period of which you speak? When we were neutral through the first few years of WWII up until we were directly attacked by Japan? How about Korea and Vietnam where we were so "deeply" feared? How about WWI when we were again neutral for the first 3 years before the German subs resumed attacking our ships? Maybe around the turn of the 20th century when we defeated the Spanish in a bunch of their colonies and were successful in a few other minor conflicts in the western hemisphere, solidifying the Monroe Doctrine? That must be it, because it certainly wasn't a few decades earlier when we were tearing ourselves apart in civil war and struggling to defeat a bunch of primitive Indian tribes...
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    Really? When exactly was this golden period of which you speak?
    1980-1988 gets my vote.
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    Then we should round up all of our money a bring everyone home. In a year they
    will be eating each other.
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    Because armed imperialists in a foreign/occupied country gunning down rowdy but unarmed protesters always ends well for the imperialists side...

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    Is it true that soviet embassies were never attacked?
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    Alpha why don't you take your position and switch of with the guys who died over there. How would you feel if this pack of wild dogs came over the fence after you. I imaging you would change the tune you're fiddling. Then try think about all the people over here saying ....Aw It's ok they're just protesting.
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    Alpha,

    You continue to embarrass yourself. For the sake of all mankind, please stop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alphasigmookie View Post
    Really? When exactly was this golden period of which you speak? When we were neutral through the first few years of WWII up until we were directly attacked by Japan? How about Korea and Vietnam where we were so "deeply" feared? How about WWI when we were again neutral for the first 3 years before the German subs resumed attacking our ships? Maybe around the turn of the 20th century when we defeated the Spanish in a bunch of their colonies and were successful in a few other minor conflicts in the western hemisphere, solidifying the Monroe Doctrine? That must be it, because it certainly wasn't a few decades earlier when we were tearing ourselves apart in civil war and struggling to defeat a bunch of primitive Indian tribes...

    Apparently "when provoked" eludes your comprehension. When we fought for a cause we used to be a fearful enemy. Than spanned the period from the American Revolution in which we defeated a mighty empire through the 2 world wars. Since then we have engaged in a bunch of politicaly and financially motivated half hearted wars that have been poorly sold to the American population and have continue to erode our resolve. We have also been taken over by a large population of apologists and history revisioninst that are now more concerned with being a good world citizen that being the country in a leadership role. When we vacated the #1 spot in the world we opened it up to a lot of scumbags...
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    This morning a news show interviewed a middle east expert from some think tank. His opinion is that all of these protestors are just pawns of the muslim brotherhood. They are, for the most part, illiterate, and have no way to see the video in question. They are easily stoked up. The expert does not feel that the protestors represent the main stream of society in those countries. There was a pro america counter protest in Libya.
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    The liberal bedwetters' idea that criminals are simply underpriveleged victims of their environment is being projected onto the worldwide scene, where these barbaric attacks are somehow justified by whatever imaginary insults we have made toward their 14th.-Century "religion". The same solutions apply- - - -dead criminals don't climb out of the graveyard and commit more crimes, and meeting violent "protestors" with overwhelming, deadly violence will make the undecided ones rethink their motivation, and it will take the dedicated fanatics out of the picture for good. Sounds like a win-win situation to me! Black Jack Pershing's method of dealing with the Muslim murderers during the Phillipine Insurrection is looking more and more like a wise decision.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alphasigmookie View Post
    Because armed imperialists in a foreign/occupied country gunning down rowdy but unarmed protesters always ends well for the imperialists side...

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    I thought General Douglas MacArthur had some rather salient views on the crisis of his time.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by alphasigmookie View Post
    The posts below are dripping with "kill'em all and let god sort 'em out" type rhetoric.
    Yeah but alph, they're saying this out of anger. We're tired of this crap. Also, I think they are referring to if they penetrate the walls, not a bunch of kids out in the streets. But like wambli said, if they keep throwing rocks they need a little more stiff form of medicine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Teach View Post
    The liberal bedwetters' idea that criminals are simply underpriveleged victims of their environment is being projected onto the worldwide scene, where these barbaric attacks are somehow justified by whatever imaginary insults we have made toward their 14th.-Century "religion". The same solutions apply- - - -dead criminals don't climb out of the graveyard and commit more crimes, and meeting violent "protestors" with overwhelming, deadly violence will make the undecided ones rethink their motivation, and it will take the dedicated fanatics out of the picture for good. Sounds like a win-win situation to me! Black Jack Pershing's method of dealing with the Muslim murderers during the Phillipine Insurrection is looking more and more like a wise decision.
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    Well, first off, unless the rules of peaceful protest have changed, peaceful protesters do not knock the gates off the hinges at an embassy, gang rape and sodomize the occupants, murder them, and then drag their naked bodies through the streets. That is in the realm of terrorism. And, as such, those attempting to do these things deserve to have as many rounds of FMJ available flung in their direction as rapidly as possible as the means are available to deliver them. Come over the wall, you win the 5.56 lottery. Come through the gate you just knocked off the hinges, same-same. The embassy guards were outnumbered somewhere between 300-1000/1. With those odds, shooting early and often should have been their standing orders. They should never have been allowed to knock the gates down in the first place.

    I personally believe that the personnel in the embassies and consulate offices deserve the full protection the government can provide. They are not numbers, not 'just employees' or servicemen and women, they are people, Americans, and, as such, deserve to be protected by the full force of all available armed forces in the region. They are NOT EXPENDABLE commodities! When thousands of not peaceful protesters, who are really terrorists in disguise, are attempting to breach the gates with murder in their eye, a few F-14s rolling in and giving them the full force of hell unleashed is not too strong a response. Not being a bloodthirsty person, I'd think that a one minute warning that the planes are inbound would be appropriate, with the admonition that if they stay, they will not like it.

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    If your dog nips at you do you let him get away with it? No! You correct it right then and there to avoid a real bite.

    Ignorant militant mobbers testing the resolve (read: lack thereof) of American policy is the precurser to attack. I'm tired of all this bleeding heart liberalistic socialism. If they MURDER people on our sovereign soil, we get revenge. Not justice. Revenge. There is no "justice" for senseless acts of international violence. We have no extradition treaty with those countries. Perpetrators would not see day one in a jail cell, nevermind a legitimate trial or conviction.

    Spineless this country is.

    This "coexistantist" mentality makes me want to puke. Nevermind that the attacks were almost suredly the result of an 11th anniversary reminder of 9/11 by those a-holes, but to then cite your rationale as being something as petty and insignificant as "bashing your God"? Please. Don't waste my time. If THAT is your rationale for killing people who likely could give two rats a**es about what religion you practice and have no hand in making this so-called offensive movie, the you need to suffer from a swift and severe case of elimination.

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    I say a couple these mounted on the roof, trained to fire about 10 feet inside the gates.



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    Get all our staff out, and then we should insult islam at least once a week, until they get used to it or have nothing left to burn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alphasigmookie View Post
    and struggling to defeat a bunch of primitive Indian tribes...
    Who happened to be the finest light cavalry and guerrilla fighters in the world....
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    Who happened to be the finest light cavalry and guerrilla fighters in the world....
    The defeat of whom required a complete change in our military philosophy, an interesting parallel to the conflict we are currently embroiled in. Empathy and wringing of hands will never get these folks to like us. They are carrying a grudge for events that transpired in the Middle Ages, and bent on bringing about their own world image. When someone is dead set on taking what you have and killing you in process, the best answer is to make the set of them dead. We can negotiate and treat with the reasonable folks that would be left after destroying the radicals. Should only take a few hundred years.
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