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[#] Wed Sep 17 2014 14:45:28 EDT from fleeb @ Uncensored

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Heh.. Iran's current leader denounces ISIS.

Probably doesn't like the competition.

[#] Wed Sep 17 2014 15:34:47 EDT from Ladyhawke @ Uncensored

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Wed Sep 17 2014 02:45:28 PM EDT from fleeb @ Uncensored

Heh.. Iran's current leader denounces ISIS.

Probably doesn't like the competition.

Quote of the Day



[#] Wed Sep 17 2014 20:34:38 EDT from Sig @ Uncensored

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The military is really good at moving people and equipment around and setting up logistics trains and standardized processes. Warfighting barely shows up in the top 20, honestly.

[#] Thu Sep 18 2014 07:36:58 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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Seems like a pretty easy problem to solve, then. Just pull our forces out and let all these clowns kill each other. (And as I mentioned earlier, move the Jewish holy land from Israel to Utah so the civilized people there will be safe.)

[#] Thu Sep 18 2014 11:29:39 EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored

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Wed Sep 17 2014 14:45:28 EDT from fleeb @ Uncensored

Heh.. Iran's current leader denounces ISIS.

Probably doesn't like the competition.

well, while they both claim to be muslima, their interpetion of their religion is quiet different. (sunit vs. shiit)

I guess in this case its rather persians vs. arabs, than anything else.

I actualy don't know whether iran destroyed cultural goods during the revolution?



[#] Thu Sep 18 2014 12:53:17 EDT from fleeb @ Uncensored

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They did. A long time ago.

Iran was the home for Zoroasterism, which is virtually destroyed at the hands of Islam thanks to that religion in Iran.

[#] Thu Sep 18 2014 18:37:23 EDT from LoanShark @ Uncensored

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news flash - rand paul to shoot his presidential campaign in the foot.

http://www.nytimes.com/2014/09/19/us/politics/isis-senate.html?_r=0

[#] Thu Sep 18 2014 20:06:38 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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That "How ISIS Works" graphic is incomplete. It only mentions that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has deputies in Iran and Syria. It doesn't mention Ba'raq Saddam Hussein Osama Obama, his deputy in the United States.

[#] Thu Sep 18 2014 22:14:58 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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As for Mr. Paul's position on how to deal with the Islamic State ... isolationism might actually attract votes in this case. I'm hearing a lot of people who aren't really into politics saying "we should just pull out and let them all kill each other." Those people, combined with the near-left peaceniks, might make up a decent voting bloc.

But I've already told you my peace plan. I should run.

[#] Fri Sep 19 2014 08:38:54 EDT from fleeb @ Uncensored

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Energy is the big thing lately.

We're pumping oil out of the ground and distributing it all over the world, and there are more people who want it than its availability.



If we truly went isolationist, we'd stop selling the oil we drill to others, and we'd consume it ourself. That would probably drive oil prices through the roof for the rest of the world, and make the middle east even less stable than it is now (which would have some interesting results, if horrific).

Or, if the rest of the world actually innovated, creating alternatives to oil that isn't as exensive (and maybe is a tad cleaner), it could change everything.

So many ifs.

[#] Fri Sep 19 2014 16:12:36 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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Oil is an issue; the real problem is that the watermelons keep blocking all of the *credible* alternatives to oil. They regulate the use of coal to the point where it's becoming unfeasible to use, even though it is abundant here.
They block the development of natural gas resources, even though that's abundant too. They haven't allowed a new nuclear plant to be built in decades, even though nuclear energy has the ability to sustain us almost indefinitely (and it doesn't have a big carbon footprint, if you believe that's a problem, which I don't).

We need more nuclear energy. Lots of it. And I can't be accused of wanting nuclear reactors anywhere but near me, because I already live within the evacuation zone of one. Nuclear is efficient, safe, and plentiful. And it's part of my peace plan for the middle east, as I mentioned a few weeks ago.

Tellya what, government, let's make a deal: you allow the construction of 100 new reactors in the next three years, and I will purchase an electric car when that makes the cost of electricity drop.

[#] Fri Sep 19 2014 16:11:09 EDT from vince-q @ Cascade Lodge BBS

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But I've already told you my peace plan. I should run.



And to where will you run?

[#] Fri Sep 19 2014 18:44:01 EDT from LoanShark @ Uncensored

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But I've already told you my peace plan. I should run.

The LoanShark peace plan shall be germ warfare: give them all CANCER AND AIDS. Watch them SUBMIT.

[#] Fri Sep 19 2014 18:45:28 EDT from LoanShark @ Uncensored

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If we truly went isolationist, we'd stop selling the oil we drill to

others, and we'd consume it ourself. That would probably drive oil

I think you've confused isolationism with solipsism.

[#] Fri Sep 19 2014 20:32:56 EDT from zooer @ Uncensored

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The LoanShark peace plan shall be germ warfare: give them all CANCER
AND AIDS. Watch them SUBMIT.


How about Ebola and a respiratory disease?

[#] Mon Sep 22 2014 17:19:02 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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The LoanShark peace plan shall be germ warfare: give them all CANCER

AND AIDS. Watch them SUBMIT.

OGTP ... good thing health care is now free!

[#] Mon Sep 22 2014 19:44:04 EDT from zooer @ Uncensored

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Speaking of free health care has everyone in the US gotten their $2,500 savings yet? Because I heard insurance
rate premiums are going up.

I am a little confused because I thought the AHCA was suppose to save the good citizens money and everyone would
love it.

[#] Mon Sep 22 2014 23:31:01 EDT from ax25 @ Uncensored

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Mon Sep 22 2014 10:41:04 AM EDT from zooer @ Uncensored

I loved that bit:

"Sure refer me to your pollsters.  It's interesting to watch the gatekeepers
 explain themselves. It's actually something a journalist would cover."

compared to the papers response:

..we have to make editorial decisions every day
about how to deploy our ever-shrinking resources.

I suppose they did not think that part of the reason they don't get readership is due to the fact that they cover what is already covered in other media (and for less cost or even free).  I thought the point was to dig a bit further in to a story, but I might have that confused with the movies.  I doubt they will figure that out in time.

 



[#] Tue Sep 23 2014 17:29:18 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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I am a little confused because I thought the AHCA was suppose to save the
good citizens money and everyone would
love it.

That was a lie, like everything Comrade Imam Ba'raq Saddam Hussein Hitler Osama Obama says.

The AHCA is designed to fail, so they can replace it with 100% Socialized Medicine next time around.

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