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Tony Auth

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  1. kreole

    kreole said, over 5 years ago

    We should tell Pakistan to Pack-it-in.

  2. Doughfoot

    Doughfoot said, over 5 years ago

    Neither Israel nor Palestine is going to disappear. These two are going to have to live together for the foreseeable future.

    You want Israel wiped out altogether? Again? Or do you want a Greater Israel where a Jewish minority perpetually rules a Muslim majority who are denied equal participation in their country’s government on the basis of their ethnicity/religion?

    Obama was merely stating the obvious.

  3. meetinthemiddle

    meetinthemiddle said, over 5 years ago

    But the obvious from Obama’s mouth – heck even when it’s ideas that Republicans had formerly put forward – is suddenly treasonous communism.

  4. Doughfoot

    Doughfoot said, over 5 years ago

    With friends like Pakistan who needs enemies?

    On the other hand, how would the United States react if French commando helicopters flew into New York and attacked a farm outside of West Point, killing a terrorist who had attacked France, telling the world that they didn’t inform the US government they were coming because they didn’t trust elements of the US government who might tip off the terrorist? How about if we found that certain American citizens were the paid agents of France who provided the information necessary for making the raid? Think we would simply congratulate the French for a job well done?

    The Pakis were wrong to arrest these guys. Let’s hope it is all gave-saving show and in the end the informants are released.

    But why do some chest-thumpers seem to think that the US is the only nation that is permitted to have national pride or be jealous of its sovereignty? That the US can do whatever it damn well pleases and anyone who even complains about our highhandedness must be evil?

    The Pakis were perfectly justified in complaining about the manner in which we got rid of Bin Laden. And we were perfectly justified in ignoring their complaints.

  5. hotdogger

    hotdogger said, over 5 years ago

    ^Doughfoot, there is one major flaw in your logic: The French couldn’t find their way out of their own back yard.

  6. pavlov

    pavlov said, over 5 years ago

    Shouldn’t those five get the 25 million reward. They sure could use it to buy their way free.

  7. jack75287

    jack75287 said, over 5 years ago

    Do you even know what the 1967 borders were. Try to understand this. It was 9 miles across. Dallas Ft. Worth Airport is wider.

  8. jack75287

    jack75287 said, over 5 years ago


    Point of fact and this is a valid point no terrorist in France killed three thousands people on their soil. Iran is getting nukes other rouge nations are developing Nukes it is time to decide what side we are all on.

  9. jack75287

    jack75287 said, over 5 years ago


    God I hope so! We owe them big.

  10. thirdrailmiche

    thirdrailmiche said, over 5 years ago

    @Darkforce – The 1967 “borders” were not borders but an armistice line where Israel was able to stop Jordan in 1948. That’s right, if anyone can claim a right to the land of the West Bank it is Jordan. Nobody complained when Jordan "occupied the West Bank. The Palestinians did not cry for an independent state until Israel won the West Bank when Jordan attacked in 1967.

    If you want to praise Obama at least get the terms right. He purposely did not use the term “border”.

    Muslims view non-muslims as dhimi (second class citizens). They hate that Israel exists because it is not a Muslim state. They are not too fond of Christian states either for the same reason. (Yes, I am generalizing and know that not all Muslims think this way, but dhimi and the idea of not living under the control of the dhimi has some mention in the Koran – which I have read.)

    "Or do you want a Greater Israel where a Jewish minority perpetually rules a Muslim majority who are denied equal participation in their country’s government on the basis of their ethnicity/religion? "
    FYI – the Muslims in Israel who have chosen to be Israeli citizens have representation in the government in equal proportion to their population. They have more rights, better living conditions, better wages, and better health care than the majority of Muslims living in Muslim countries. Bonus for Muslim citizens unlike Jewish citizens of Israel – they may but are not required to serve in the armed forces.

    As to the cartoon – IMHO the US cannot keep Jonathan Pollard locked in a Federal Penitentiary for giving secrets to an ally and then demand another country release people who gave us secrets because we are an ally.

  11. pirate227

    pirate227 said, over 5 years ago

    In Pakistan, this is called saving face.
    Too bad the face has already been removed.

  12. Lucas Foxx

    Lucas Foxx said, over 5 years ago

    It’s not the De-tention, its the A-ttention they are getting. Those people have been outed and are now marked for death. God, help them.

  13. dtroutma

    dtroutma GoComics PRO Member said, over 5 years ago

    Monaco has never been invaded, it’s less than 9 miles wide. Even many Israelis have stated the ‘67 borders were actually EASIER to defend. As to Pakistan, about the same age as the state of Israel. Both were created by outside forces, and both behave like juvenile delinquents. Relating the “biblical Israel” to today’s should be taken the same as North America?? Then we’d have to give back all the land the British/French/and initially- SPANISH stole. Native tribes here only pre-date the Hebrew invasion of lands north of Egypt by about 8,000 years or so.

  14. Justice22

    Justice22 said, over 5 years ago

    Truth be known, I doubt that these were collaborators. The CIA wouldn’t want their (the CIA agents) identities to be known. I believe the terms collaborators and informants were coined by the press who likes to speculate as to fact.

  15. Doughfoot

    Doughfoot said, over 5 years ago


    So you’re saying that IF a terrorist who killed thousands in, say, China, were hiding in America (a terrorist we had declared for years we were after also), you would be cool with Chinese commandos choppering in to take him out without our permission or knowledge, because the Chinese were convinced they could not trust us? And you would be cool with American citizens who helped them do it?

    The question is not one of principle or sovereignty, the only thing that matters is that the bad guy is killed, and not how it is done, right?

    That’s what you’re saying, or you’re not saying anything at all.

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