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    How convenient...

    http://m.now.msn.com/christopher-dor...get-on-us-soil

    Hours after I was left scratching my head as to why the narrative changed on this leftist psycho with LE officials now calling him a "domestic terrorist", I should've been able to guess the next logical step for them...

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    Re: How convenient...

    It's funny how quick they are to label an American as a terrorist, but have an aversion to calling a muslim one.

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    Yeah, funny how the painfully obvious Islamic terrorist Hasan who killed 13 at Ft. Hood is never called one and the attack is officially labeled workplace violence. Then we have Dorner who seemingly just snapped and decided to take revenge on those he blamed for getting him fired suddenly morphing into a domestic terrorist during day 2 of the manhunt.

    The game is afoot.


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    Re: How convenient...

    Quote Originally Posted by Trip5896 View Post
    Yeah, funny how the painfully obvious Islamic terrorist Hasan who killed 13 at Ft. Hood is never called one and the attack is officially labeled workplace violence. Then we have Dorner who seemingly just snapped and decided to take revenge on those he blamed for getting him fired suddenly morphing into a domestic terrorist during day 2 of the manhunt.

    The game is afoot.
    Exactly. Hassan didn't get the label.....but I would have to assume that the 'terrorist' moniker is going to be attached to a whole lot of people, relatively soon.
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    Make the gang bangers and cartel 'terrorists'. :tinhat: :ninja:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Merlin View Post
    Make the gang bangers and cartel 'terrorists'. :tinhat: :ninja:
    Why not instead make drugs legal and let people actually decide what they put in their own bodies? The cartels and "gang bangers" go out of business overnight.

    When was the last time the cartels/bangers fought over alcohol sales?
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    Re: How convenient...

    ....this is another beta test....like waco, ruby ridge and Katrina.....they're using an ever more ridiculous pretext for usurpation of the individual/individuals rights and seeing if they can get away with first demonizing/justifying and then eradicating without public action.

    They don't care about the saber rattling and tough talk.....they're still just poking us to make sure we don't care enough to act.
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    Re: How convenient...

    Quote Originally Posted by TexasChris View Post
    ....this is another beta test....like waco, ruby ridge and Katrina.....they're using an ever more ridiculous pretext for usurpation of the individual/individuals rights and seeing if they can get away with first demonizing/justifying and then eradicating without public action.

    They don't care about the saber rattling and tough talk.....they're still just poking us to make sure we don't care enough to act.
    And we won't....b/c the government and media have sold most people that he's a crazed madman murder. Screw that whole "innocent until proven guilty" nonsense. : He's been tried and convicted in the court of public opinion.....and therefore deserves whatever the government throws at him, including hellfires from drones.....as long as your family doesn't happen to be in the blast zone.

    People better be careful.....this sets a very disturbing precedence in use of force.
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    Re: How convenient...

    Again, nothing says the drone is armed, only that it's being used in the search. There is wayyyy too much backlash involved in a drone strike on US and this is far too public a case for it.

    The precedent for using drones in the US for searches is already set. When and where they're being used isn't shared with the public, and most folks aren't worried. The moment they use a missile from a drone on a US citizen on US soil, that's going to change. There will be far more lawyers contesting the use of drones and the public's apathy will turn to outrage. The feds aren't stupid enough for that.

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    Re: How convenient...

    Quote Originally Posted by Oddux View Post
    Again, nothing says the drone is armed, only that it's being used in the search. There is wayyyy too much backlash involved in a drone strike on US and this is far too public a case for it.

    The precedent for using drones in the US for searches is already set. When and where they're being used isn't shared with the public, and most folks aren't worried. The moment they use a missile from a drone on a US citizen on US soil, that's going to change. There will be far more lawyers contesting the use of drones and the public's apathy will turn to outrage. The feds aren't stupid enough for that.
    3 words:

    Waco.
    Ruby Ridge.

    They've been that stupid in the past.
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