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Democratic Sen. John Kerry said it is time to stop questioning the exact occurrences in Osama bin Laden’s house before his death in Abbottabad, Pakistan, at the hand of U.S. Navy SEALs.
“I thinks those SEALs did exactly what they should have done,” the senator from Massachusetts and 2004 presidential nominee said Sunday on CBS’ “Face the Nation.” “And we need to shut up and move on about, you know, the realities of what happened in that building.”
Originally posted by wcitizen
And to Mr. Kerry - I say STFU.
we could be quiet; we could hold our silence; we could not tell what went on in Vietnam, but we feel because of what threatens this country, the fact that the crimes threaten it, not reds, and not redcoats but the crimes which we are committing that threaten it, that we have to speak out.
Originally posted by ideasarebulletproof
If anyone here has played Call of Duty: BlackOps, I think you now know that someone in the "Government BS stories Department" has played a little too much of that game. The general story about how OBL was killed plays out almost exactly like the first mission in the game. You and 2 other BlackOps guys go to Fidel Castros villa, fight off a bunch of guards, finally get to Fidels bedroom where you bust open the door to find Fidel and a woman, Fidel grabs the woman as a human shield, but you are able to shoot him in the head, leaving him sprawled out on the bed.
Originally posted by syrinx high priest
he's right. the US needs to start discussing the debt, unemployment, the federal budget, disaster relief, global warming, fuel costs, mortgage reforms, wall street reforms, derivative regulation, you know, government