Clinton vs Osama bin Laden

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L D O

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Aug 22, 1998, 3:00:00 AM8/22/98
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It is clear that Clinton needed a diversion from his troubles with the
grand jury and pending impeachment.
It is also clear he needed a punching bag to vent his frustration and
pent up anger.
I and most Americans support the retaliation on Islam terrorist, as
being long over due.
But in committing to an open war with them, Clinton has caused many more
pro terrorist, outside the terrorist organizations, to give their
support and contribute to their cause.
A more prudent and effective response would have been covert ops.
Operatives in several of our black ops organizations, would have been
able, and still are, to take out Osma bin Laden, his weapons caches, and
facilities. This would not be as satisfying to our feelings for the need
to retaliate, however.
Osama bin Laden declared war on the West, but his declarations are
limited by his resources.
Now that we have declared war against a fading shadow of terrorism,
Osama bin Laden will gain the support and legidimacy from several of the
Terrorist Islamic and former Soviet Union countrries, and China.
We may face a vastly expanded field of action versus this terrorist
scum.
We will have to contribute vastly more assets to defeat this conflict.
Where are the assets? Clinton has debilitated the military.
Will Clinton declare Martial Law, when the terrorist strike on our soil?
It would provide an opportunity, for much of his socialist agenda.
All because Bill felt bad.

Robert Frenchu

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Aug 22, 1998, 3:00:00 AM8/22/98
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On Sat, 22 Aug 1998 14:30:25 GMT, the one called L D O
<dow...@bellsouth.net> wrote:

>It is clear that Clinton needed a diversion from his troubles with the
>grand jury and pending impeachment.
>It is also clear he needed a punching bag to vent his frustration and
>pent up anger.
>I and most Americans support the retaliation on Islam terrorist, as
>being long over due.

<SNIP>

I say next time we quietly send in a squad of Marines, grab the slime
bucket, hang him, and Fed-Ex his carcass back home in a pig-skin bag.

Crusader for Islam my ass.


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If my "assault rifle" makes me a criminal
And my encryption program makes me a terrorist
Does Dianne Feinstein's vagina make her a prostitute?


Panhead

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Aug 22, 1998, 3:00:00 AM8/22/98
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Robert Frenchu wrote:
>
> On Sat, 22 Aug 1998 14:30:25 GMT, the one called L D O
> <dow...@bellsouth.net> wrote:
>
> >It is clear that Clinton needed a diversion from his troubles with the
> >grand jury and pending impeachment.
> >It is also clear he needed a punching bag to vent his frustration and
> >pent up anger.
> >I and most Americans support the retaliation on Islam terrorist, as
> >being long over due.
>
> <SNIP>
>
> I say next time we quietly send in a squad of Marines, grab the slime
> bucket, hang him, and Fed-Ex his carcass back home in a pig-skin bag.
>
> Crusader for Islam my ass.

Marines nothing.
I say we ship over a team of well armed accountants!
And just remember to place that carcass FACE DOWN in the pig-skin body
bag.(I believe that makes a diff!)

Nick Hull

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Aug 22, 1998, 3:00:00 AM8/22/98
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In article <35e2278e...@news.redshift.com>,
robert....@mailexcite.com (Robert Frenchu) wrote:

> On Sat, 22 Aug 1998 14:30:25 GMT, the one called L D O
> <dow...@bellsouth.net> wrote:
>
> >It is clear that Clinton needed a diversion from his troubles with the
> >grand jury and pending impeachment.
> >It is also clear he needed a punching bag to vent his frustration and
> >pent up anger.
> >I and most Americans support the retaliation on Islam terrorist, as
> >being long over due.
>
> <SNIP>
>
> I say next time we quietly send in a squad of Marines, grab the slime
> bucket, hang him, and Fed-Ex his carcass back home in a pig-skin bag.
>

Are you talking about the Commander-in-chief? Watch out for the Secret Service.

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Robert Frenchu

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Aug 23, 1998, 3:00:00 AM8/23/98
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On Sat, 22 Aug 1998 20:06:06 -0400, the one called
nh...@mindspring.com (Nick Hull) wrote:

>In article <35e2278e...@news.redshift.com>,
>robert....@mailexcite.com (Robert Frenchu) wrote:
>
>> On Sat, 22 Aug 1998 14:30:25 GMT, the one called L D O
>> <dow...@bellsouth.net> wrote:
>>
>> >It is clear that Clinton needed a diversion from his troubles with the
>> >grand jury and pending impeachment.
>> >It is also clear he needed a punching bag to vent his frustration and
>> >pent up anger.
>> >I and most Americans support the retaliation on Islam terrorist, as
>> >being long over due.
>>
>> <SNIP>
>>
>> I say next time we quietly send in a squad of Marines, grab the slime
>> bucket, hang him, and Fed-Ex his carcass back home in a pig-skin bag.
>>
>Are you talking about the Commander-in-chief? Watch out for the Secret Service.

Um, I uh, well, er, of course not. Not our Beloved Commander. No, no.
I was talking about the cowardly terrorist.

Yeah, that's who I was talking about.

Lee Taylor

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Aug 24, 1998, 3:00:00 AM8/24/98
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robert....@mailexcite.com (Robert Frenchu) wrote:

> On Sat, 22 Aug 1998 20:06:06 -0400, the one called
> nh...@mindspring.com (Nick Hull) wrote:
>
> >In article <35e2278e...@news.redshift.com>,
> >robert....@mailexcite.com (Robert Frenchu) wrote:
> >
> >> On Sat, 22 Aug 1998 14:30:25 GMT, the one called L D O
> >> <dow...@bellsouth.net> wrote:
> >>
> >> >It is clear that Clinton needed a diversion from his troubles with the
> >> >grand jury and pending impeachment.
> >> >It is also clear he needed a punching bag to vent his frustration and
> >> >pent up anger.
> >> >I and most Americans support the retaliation on Islam terrorist, as
> >> >being long over due.
> >>
> >> <SNIP>
> >>
> >> I say next time we quietly send in a squad of Marines, grab the slime
> >> bucket, hang him, and Fed-Ex his carcass back home in a pig-skin bag.
> >>
> >Are you talking about the Commander-in-chief? Watch out for the Secret Service.
>
> Um, I uh, well, er, of course not. Not our Beloved Commander. No, no.
> I was talking about the cowardly terrorist.
>
> Yeah, that's who I was talking about.

Ummm ... you mean the cowardly terrorist who's NOT in DC, right?

> If my "assault rifle" makes me a criminal
> And my encryption program makes me a terrorist
> Does Dianne Feinstein's vagina make her a prostitute?


--- Lee Taylor
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-- Tench Coxe, in the Philadelphia Federal Gazette, June 18, 1879 commentary on the proposed Bill of Rights.
James Madison endorsed Coxe's analysis, including that the amendment protected the possession and use of "private arms" in a letter of 6/24/1789) Coxe's analysis was widely re-printed; no one disputed his analysis. In fact the only dispute was over whether a Bill of Rights was even necessary, since the govt was held to have only the specific powers given to it in the Constitution. Those who favored a Bill of Rights and the right to keep arms feared that the government would become criminal unless restrained.

Rod Cain

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Aug 24, 1998, 3:00:00 AM8/24/98
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On Sat, 22 Aug 1998 14:30:25 GMT, L D O <dow...@bellsouth.net> wrote:

>It is clear that Clinton needed a diversion from his troubles with the
>grand jury and pending impeachment.

The action itself isn't really suspicious but the timing is. My take on this so
far is that the Afgahnastan target made sense but I haven't heard enough on the
Sudan target to convince me that it was a valid target. Does any one else feel
the Sudan targe was justifiable?
RC
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