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  1. Just Curious commented on Chip Bok 10 months ago

    “The Fed is pumping $85.5 Billion into it each and every month.”
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    I wouldn’t want to call into question your veracity, so I will simply ask: "Where do you get this information? Could you possibly give us a reputable source?

  2. Just Curious commented on Ted Rall 12 months ago

    Quoting from your previous post: “They also cause permanent damage for the survivors, and this goes against the modern rules of war. It is these CWs that are banned.”
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    Using your own words, common sense should define “banned weapons” – not treaties alone.

  3. Just Curious commented on Ted Rall 12 months ago

    “Lumping temporary disablers (tear gas) and chemicals which may (or may not) have an unintended residual effect (such as depleted uranium) is absurd.”
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    Read this article and see if your perspective might change (I hope).
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    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/craig-considine/us-depleted-uranium-as-ma_b_3812888.html

  4. Just Curious commented on Ted Rall 12 months ago

    “Chemical weapons are defined by treaty. None of the weapons mentioned here fit the definition.”
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    So if someone is killed with a hammer, which is defined as a workman’s tool, that person wasn’t killed with a weapon? I’ll have to think about that for a while.

  5. Just Curious commented on Mike Thompson 12 months ago

    General Wesley Clark warned about “seven countries in five years” back in 2007; and Syria was 2nd on the list:
    http://globalresearch.ca/we-re-going-to-take-out-7-countries-in-5-years-iraq-syria-lebanon-libya-somalia-sudan-iran/5166

  6. Just Curious commented on Chip Bok about 1 year ago

    " Would that justify the action?"
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    That depends on perspective. Certainly, Lee Harvey Oswald thought he was justified. (“Legal” is not the same.)

  7. Just Curious commented on Chip Bok about 1 year ago

    “Invading and occupying a country that had not attacked you (starting a war of choice). That is punishable under the U.N. convention, my friend…”
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    Waterboarding was considered torture when the Japanese, etal, did it. When the Bush Administration gave the OK, it wasn’t torture any more, but “enhanced interrogation.”
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    Imprisonment without due process became “legal”!
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    That whole bunch should be thrown in prison.

  8. Just Curious commented on Nick Anderson about 1 year ago

    “If Obama chose today to use one of his Signing Statements to make it Federal Law that we all had to how a Legal State issued Photo ID in order to Vote as it will prevent Voter Fraud and Identity Theft, then ever Liberal would be for it 1000% as would I.”
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    Pussycat, how old are you? Did you study civics when (if) you went to high school? “Signing Statements” do not make “Federal Law”! Only the U.S. Congress can make federal laws. That’s why they are the “legislative” branch. The President is in the “executive” branch. Signing statements are used by a sitting President to express his disagreement with a particular bill, without using his veto. Get a clue, will you?

  9. Just Curious commented on Chuck Asay about 1 year ago

    You still don’t get it? The character is NOT “one of their cops”! You need to get a clue.

  10. Just Curious commented on Chuck Asay about 1 year ago

    “… one of their Cops….”?

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    Never heard of Attorney General Eric Holder?