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  1. #781
    Quote Originally Posted by Raybourne View Post
    it is your responsibility. you can do something about it, you should do something about it. it's not their problem but a problem for all of humanity to solve. i'm sick of nationalistic sentiment like this.
    Think before Act!
    Think before jumping into a trouble hole.
    btw, where is the WMD in Iraq? and who is responsible for that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoldNSilence View Post
    Most of which are war veterans that the US government craps on.
    Well, don't let the fact vets make up 13% of the homeless adult population get in the way or anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashblond View Post
    Think before Act!
    Think before jumping into a trouble hole.
    btw, where is the WMD in Iraq? and who is responsible for that?
    i believe a saw an article from wikileaks about WMDs in Iraq not long ago.... also @ Raybourne its a civil war they started perhapes if they were being invaded i might agree but no they brought this on themselves
    You're a fine example of how gamer communities have become infested with endlessly whining and bitching, arrogant, opinionated, unreasonable, all the way immature, completely delusional, tendentially psychotic, insulting individuals one really doesn't want to be linked with. And playing with you guys is certainly no fun at all. I don't know where this kind of folks spawns from. Must be a nest somewhere ...
    A fine summarization of the community

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoldNSilence View Post
    more people in prison than the rest of the world's prisons combined,
    This is probably the last one I can debunk in 15 seconds or less of Google, but here you go.

    http://www.prisonstudies.org/info/wo...ry=wb_poptotal

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandmoth12 View Post
    I hear a lot of people saying that we shouldn't help the Syrians because they are the ones that bombed us. I don't believe that, and I refuse to judge all Muslims over the evils of one select group (Al Qaeda). Besides good human beings help people even if they were enemies in the past, and if we don't help them then we are just as low as the people that bombed us.

    If we don't do anything how will the rest of the world look at us? We will be the greedy rich kids that didn't help people when they needed it. Imagine how hated the US would become in the future. An entire generation of Syrians would hold grudges in their hearts against us if we don't help. Plus the vast majority that need help do not have links to Al Qaeda most are just women, children, and basically families. Yes, Al Qaeda hurt us bad, but it takes a bigger man to help his enemy than hate him. Helping Al Qaeda may actually force them to have a change of heart, and then the middle east may actually like Americans.

    All I am saying is that there are also consequences if we don't do anything.

    Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere (Martin Luther King).
    i guess you don't know that Al-Qaeda was started and funded by CIA and pretty much does what US asks them to do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Notchris View Post
    Well, don't let the fact vets make up 13% of the homeless adult population get in the way or anything.
    Given that veterans account for at least 8% of the general population, that's not exactly unexpected. If one in ten people are veterans, it follows that one in ten homeless are veterans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sanaubia View Post
    i guess you don't know that Al-Qaeda was started and funded by CIA and pretty much does what US asks them to do?
    they used to do what the CIA asked them to do times change
    You're a fine example of how gamer communities have become infested with endlessly whining and bitching, arrogant, opinionated, unreasonable, all the way immature, completely delusional, tendentially psychotic, insulting individuals one really doesn't want to be linked with. And playing with you guys is certainly no fun at all. I don't know where this kind of folks spawns from. Must be a nest somewhere ...
    A fine summarization of the community

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    Quote Originally Posted by sanaubia View Post
    i guess you don't know that Al-Qaeda was started and funded by CIA and pretty much does what US asks them to do?
    So the CIA asked them to fly planes into the Twin Towers?

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    You can either look like the spoiled rich kid that helps no one or the guy who tries to impose himself on everyone else. In both scenarios, everyone hates you, but the former is better for your economy.
    Quote Originally Posted by Gandrake View Post
    Because it's like getting a gift from your girlfriend thought would be really special and throwing it out as the first thing to pawn off because you needed to pay bills. This is a gift that is supposed to commemorate your love for the game and is a deeply intimate type of gift.
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    If it was free then maybe I would buy it instead of pirating it.
    This shit is fucking sad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandmoth12 View Post
    Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere (Martin Luther King).
    Interesting that you brought this up.
    The justice and law is that, international military action should be under UN security authorization.
    U.S = United States =/= United Nations. U.S. law is valid in US, and it is government is responsible for that within its own territory, not in foreign countries. International action like this without UN authorization is breaking the law and justice itself.
    US role is not international police, but another international citizen obeying international law.
    Last edited by ashblond; 2013-09-09 at 12:51 AM.

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    Shortsighted US cowboys with a 6month ADHD timespan and a bunch of EU compromising rednecks on one side - lunatics on the other side.

    Nothing good will come out of this and yes I'm presume this is if the Assad regime is accountable.
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    America should keep there fingers out of it. I am sorry but its none of there business. The Arab league should be the ones dealing with it because its in there area.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Airwaves View Post
    America should keep there fingers out of it. I am sorry but its none of there business. The Arab league should be the ones dealing with it because its in there area.
    Their*


    And the mass-murder of innocent people anywhere is the business of innocent people everywhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGravemind View Post
    Their*


    And the mass-murder of innocent people anywhere is the business of innocent people everywhere.

    Yet the US is the only ones even considering action, so what does that say for the rest of the world?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Åmbulance View Post
    Yet the US is the only ones even considering action, so what does that say for the rest of the world?
    That they're content with the status quo of having the U.S. bear the brunt. However, I don't think it's exactly that simple.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGravemind View Post
    Their*


    And the mass-murder of innocent people anywhere is the business of innocent people everywhere.
    Same apply to torture under US rulership?
    Leading question...
    Quote Originally Posted by Darsithis View Post
    Let's keep this on track. This has nothing to do with breasts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandmoth12 View Post
    I hear a lot of people saying that we shouldn't help the Syrians because they are the ones that bombed us. I don't believe that, and I refuse to judge all Muslims over the evils of one select group (Al Qaeda). Besides good human beings help people even if they were enemies in the past, and if we don't help them then we are just as low as the people that bombed us.

    If we don't do anything how will the rest of the world look at us? We will be the greedy rich kids that didn't help people when they needed it. Imagine how hated the US would become in the future. An entire generation of Syrians would hold grudges in their hearts against us if we don't help. Plus the vast majority that need help do not have links to Al Qaeda most are just women, children, and basically families. Yes, Al Qaeda hurt us bad, but it takes a bigger man to help his enemy than hate him. Helping Al Qaeda may actually force them to have a change of heart, and then the middle east may actually like Americans.

    All I am saying is that there are also consequences if we don't do anything.

    Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere (Martin Luther King).
    Why is it the responsibility of the United States to get involved in another nation's civil war? We're broke, we got out of Iraq not too long ago, and now you want to get involved in another war? When is enough enough? Are we suppossed to keep intervening until the nation is completely bankrupt? Do you honestly think we can continue doing this until world peace exists? That's not a realistic train of thought grounded in reality.

    It has nothing to do with Al Qaeda (who was created by the U.S. in the first place) so much as it has to do with getting involved in a foreign nation's civil war. Might I add that China and Russia are also patrolling the area with warships, this could very well lead to World War 3. It disgusts me how many sheltered people on these forums blindly support war, but wouldn't want to be on the front lines themselves. It's like diplomacy isn't even an option anymore.

    FYI, if you're talking about how the world looks at us, btw, I imagine we'd be looked at as a nation that actually follows its rule of law if congress votes down a war resolution reflecting the will of the people.

    Also, the line about Al Qaeda having a change of heart, that's cute. You should look at history from even the last 20 years and see how well that's worked out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tierbook View Post
    i believe a saw an article from wikileaks about WMDs in Iraq not long ago.... also @ Raybourne its a civil war they started perhapes if they were being invaded i might agree but no they brought this on themselves
    blah blah boring heard it before not impressed

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    We need to bomb Syria.... to see what's in it.

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    Personally I think we should draw the line at offering humanitarian aid along with fellow allies. If it comes to the point that there are refugees that need to get out of there for a while, then help them.

    Honestly it's insulting that many are against money going into programs and junk to help our own citizens, but throw it into some other country, in a good or bad way, sure why not.

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