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After Osama: Where should the US go from here?

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Now that a few days since the world was shocked to learn about the death of Osama Bin Laden, what should the US go from here? Some questions?

 

1)Should the 'world war on terror' end ie. withdrawl of all or most troops from all over the world?

2)Is Pakistan the US 'enemy?"

 

Just curious guys.

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Pakistans involvement, or lack there of, should be looked into. Aside from that, I agree 100% with Jon's post above.

 

The so-called war on terror will never end.

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Pakistans involvement, or lack there of, should be looked into. Aside from that, I agree 100% with Jon's post above.

 

The so-called war on terror will never end.

 

Well the Cold War eventually ended, this will eventually come to an end as well someday

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Now that a few days since the world was shocked to learn about the death of Osama Bin Laden, what should the US go from here? Some questions?

 

1)Should the 'world war on terror' end ie. withdrawl of all or most troops from all over the world?

2)Is Pakistan the US 'enemy?"

 

Just curious guys.

 

Nuke'em Lol

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Nuke'em Lol

 

Do you realize what would happen if we nuke them? Pakistan and their crazy-assed president (can't spell his name) would nuke us right back twofold...hell for all we know, North Korea might jump in the party and nuke us as well since they both hate us equally

 

Long story short, we nuke them, its World War 3

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>.> I'm pretty much assuming he's just joking otherwise I'd have a facepalm picture posted here.

 

I do think it's time to bring the troops back home get the economy back on track and keep a vigilant eye out for attacks on home soil. Sometimes the best offense is a solid defense...and all that.

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Intolerance, and ignorance kills this world. Nuking the Middle East would be doing what Osama wanted to do to us except we are using it on the Middle East, and it would piss off the entire world. Next you would have the environmental impacts that would hurt the world, and not to say you would piss off every single Muslim that would have been on our side. Also the terrorists are scattered around the world. If they were all located in one location then yeah sure, but they aren't, and there would be massive amounts of innocent deaths, and not to mention the fact that the terrorists aren't just in Pakistan, and Afghanistan. You also have terrorists in Germany, Turkey, Egypt, Libya, Morocco, Indonesia, India, Iraq, and etc. You really want to consider nuking all these nations?. This would literally start World War 3. Terrorism exists, because intolerant people like you guys which suggests to nuke the Middle East decide to attack others. Due to this fact innocent people get hurt in the process. Humanity would never be able to survive by being stupid, and that is what humanity is doing by being stupid.

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You have to understand that 85% of all Pakistani, and Afghani people can't even speak, or write. You have to understand that some of them hate us, but not all of them. You can't call everyone in that nation evil. It just isn't right, and would be god damn cruel. I don't see anything here that calls for nuking. When we nuked Japan it was due to their imperialistic world conquest nature, but Pakistan isn't planning to take over the world.

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no, they started it, we didn't do anything to them except thelp them and this is the thanks we get. Ungratful bast@#$%. We helped free the afgaini people from the Russains. We helped kick sadam out of Kuwait. They want to be left alone, leave us the heck alone.

 

 

I am not defending Osama but the reason he said he started the holy war with America is these '3' main reasons. 1)During the 1991 Gulf War the US set up military posts in SA including the muslim holy site of Mecca. 2)Hated the direction of "Middle Class and elist' Muslims becoming too friendly with the West. 3)US support of Israel.

 

If one country was harboring the world's terrorists then a nuclear attack makes like in Japan at end of WWII. However the extermist terrorists are all over the world. Are you aware there a large Muslim communities in the UK and France for instance? Should they be nuked?

 

That why Kamen you above comment looks very silly.:tdown:

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Do you realize what would happen if we nuke them? Pakistan and their crazy-assed president (can't spell his name) would nuke us right back twofold...hell for all we know, North Korea might jump in the party and nuke us as well since they both hate us equally

 

Long story short, we nuke them, its World War 3

 

Taliban ( Arab Voice ) Lol

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Now that a few days since the world was shocked to learn about the death of Osama Bin Laden, what should the US go from here? Some questions?

 

1)Should the 'world war on terror' end ie. withdrawl of all or most troops from all over the world?

2)Is Pakistan the US 'enemy?"

 

Just curious guys.

 

Team 6 should pay you a visit.

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Sorry the troops jobs aren't done. Our job is to completely take down terrorism. We have inflicted a large injury into terrorism by killing Osama, but the base of terrorism is still standing, and needs to be destroyed.

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Sorry the troops jobs aren't done. Our job is to completely take down terrorism. We have inflicted a large injury into terrorism by killing Osama, but the base of terrorism is still standing, and needs to be destroyed.

 

good luck with that.

 

did they at least serve some hoeurs d'oeurves with that kool aid?

 

our job is NOT to "completely take down terrorism"

 

our job is to avenge 9/11 and defend our citizens, not aid and abett foreign governments that harbor terrorists while trying to intervene in foreign politics to put in friendly puppet governments of other corrupt individuals that will oppress those countries' citizens so much that they grow up to hate us for putting their captors in power and become terrorists themselves later in life.

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Sorry the troops jobs aren't done. Our job is to completely take down terrorism. We have inflicted a large injury into terrorism by killing Osama, but the base of terrorism is still standing, and needs to be destroyed.

 

That would make Vietnam look like a short "operation". Terrorism will never end, all we can do is put the fear of god into out enimies (or who ever they pray to) to keep them from going after us. F**K the rest of the world, the US should only be concerned with what DIRECTLY effects us.

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It's too late man. We have been at war for 10 years already, and it is still going on as we speak.

 

wow! Maybe your best comments on the boards Roadcruiser.:tup:

 

Another reason it's not likely that our US troops stationed in the middle east will be coming home for many more years,is this. *OIL*:P

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