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Troll BS: Close Gitmo? (83* d) RE: BS: Close Gitmo? 18 Jun 05

Clint, have you stopped beating your wife?

They are there because they were captured on the field of battle,Clint along with those who have to destroy our country. They were not simply scooped up of the streets of Kabul. They were engaged in trying to kill American troops, alongside those who had aided and abetted the terrorists who tried to paralize our economic system by crashing airplanes into the world trade center.

Do you recall that incident, Clint?

They have their HUMAN RIGHTS Clint. They are alive and being cared for.
The problem is that THEY and their comrades have threatened OUR HUMAN RIGHTS, such as the right to exist.

Do you remember what happened on 9/11 Clint?

I do.

The HUMAN RIGHTS of a lot of people were violated rather abruptly

Your little "I don't claim" sound bites are really rather pathetic. They really have nothing in common with my original statement except for the first few words. We in the US do not imprison or murder entire groups of people without reason (unlike Hitler, Stalin, Pol Pot, or Saddam) and this is evidenced by the fact that several hundred detainees have been realesed and re-patriated already, it having been determined that they were (a) innocent of terrorist activity or, (b) had no information that would be useful to us.

The next time you start screaming about HUMAN RIGHTS, take a closer look at those whom you are defending to see just what kind of HUMAN RIGHTS record they have.

Oh yeah, that's troll with a lower case "t".


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