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Deciding who to vote "For" in November

by Mac McMullen / September 16, 2008 2:21 PM PDT
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Deciding who to vote "For" in November?
by taboma / September 16, 2008 4:05 PM PDT

Mac,
Did you write the blog!?
You forgot about the KPP Falcon Freedom Fighters who are terrorists today and active in Northern Iraq and attacking Turkey on a daily basis!?

Quite a list sadly pointed out on the blog. :

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Yes, I wrote it.................
by Mac McMullen / September 16, 2008 6:36 PM PDT

I tried to hi-lite specific instances of attacks on Americans, not a list of
all attacks, which could run into the thousands world wide.

The list only runs through 2001.

I'm asking myself "the question". Yet to be answered.

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Yes, I wrote it.................
by taboma / September 17, 2008 4:03 PM PDT

Mac, it is sad to think about after 2001 and what is happening world wide today.
What are your thoughts on Russia rattling their old hammer and sickle over Georgia's head this year!?
Poor old Russia seems to be running out of petroleum and wants Georgia?s oil reserves.
It?s not back to the cold war yet.
Maybe the Oil War? Time will tell.

-Kevin

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that's what got Japan into the last war.
by James Denison / September 17, 2008 5:27 PM PDT

They were squeezed on oil and economy hurting, they moved to protect their oil supply in that part of the world and then all hell broke loose in Asia too.

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is that a competing website?
by James Denison / September 17, 2008 5:25 PM PDT
Devil
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Embassy attack in Yemen
by Dragon / September 18, 2008 10:23 AM PDT
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Embassy attack in Yemen?
by taboma / September 19, 2008 2:40 PM PDT

Dragon, thanks for the links. I originally thought that no U.S. personnel had been wounded. Now I see a young woman from N.Y. was killed. How sad.
I still wonder why all the hate from these extremists and fundimemtalists!?

-Kevin

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