View Full Version : The missappropriation of 911
09-14-2006, 09:08 PM
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09-15-2006, 07:47 AM
Ha! That was great. It also asks the obvious question, which, for some reason, the "liberal" press can't get around to asking: If the fate of civilization hangs on what happens in Baghdad, why aren't we on a WWII war footing in this country?
Because it's all :bs:
09-15-2006, 09:07 AM
great stuff. I had it too loud though when the BJ joke came ... ah, was presented.
09-15-2006, 01:40 PM
You'll have to excuse me, but Im not country - but then again neither are you!
That was truly amusing.
09-19-2006, 09:54 AM
The bill would also provide clear rules for our personnel involved in detaining and questioning captured terrorists. The information that the Central Intelligence Agency has obtained by questioning men like Khalid Sheikh Mohammed has provided valuable information and has helped disrupt terrorist plots, including strikes within the United States.
For example, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed described the design of planned attacks of buildings inside the U.S. and how operatives were directed to carry them out. That is valuable information for those of us who have the responsibility to protect the American people. He told us the operatives had been instructed to ensure that the explosives went off at a high -- a point that was high enough to prevent people trapped above from escaping.
09-19-2006, 02:51 PM
The mention of explosives being placed in buildings by Bush does raise some eyebrows. But my main question regarding this is - what buildings was Mohammed referring to? Could it be the WTC? Or did they simply have plans to place explosives in other buildings, in other planned terrorist attacks?
09-19-2006, 02:55 PM
that's my question too mosca - there isn't much elaboration on it.