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Islamic terror against schoolkids

by David Evans / October 7, 2004 12:27 PM PDT

I guess this is the latest tool of these peaceful misunderstood..........

School Warning

Oct. 7, 2004 - Schools in six states in particular are being watched closely based on information uncovered by the U.S. military in Baghdad this summer, law enforcement and education officials told ABC News.

A man described as an Iraqi insurgent involved in anti-coalition activities had downloaded school floor plans and safety and security information about elementary and high schools in the six states, according to officials.


I still say it's only a matter of time before the subhumans start rigging up exploding babies.

DE

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Re: Islamic terror against schoolkids
by Glenda / October 7, 2004 12:48 PM PDT

Phoenix schools are already on alert:(
Glenda

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Re: Islamic terror against schoolkids
by C1ay / October 7, 2004 1:23 PM PDT
A man described as an Iraqi insurgent involved in anti-coalition activities had downloaded school floor plans and safety and security information about elementary and high schools in the six states, according to officials.

I'm kind of wondering why this information would be available on the internet?

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Re: Islamic terror against schoolkids
by David Evans / October 7, 2004 1:33 PM PDT

I don't know. Before the day of Islamic war on the civilized world the floor plans probably wouldn't have been much of a concern to humans. Perhaps the safety and security info was there to comfort parents with kids in the school and was nothing more than "we have 3 security guards on duty during the school day and at all school sponsored events," but I'm just guessing as the article didn't go into what details of any of these things were (or are) available on the net.

DE

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Re: Islamic terror against schoolkids
by C1ay / October 7, 2004 1:36 PM PDT
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Re: Islamic terror against schoolkids
by David Evans / October 7, 2004 1:42 PM PDT

Well crap. It's hard to adjust to a world infested with these subhumans intent on killing school kids and blowing things up. Everything we do has to be held close to the vest now, and we need to keep a Glock under the vest too just in case.

DE

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David, I understand and sympathize ...
by drpruner / October 7, 2004 3:48 PM PDT

... with your feelings; been there myself. But:

How would the Glock have helped on 9/11/01 or in Russia?

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Re: David, I understand and sympathize ...
by Mark5019 / October 8, 2004 1:56 AM PDT

wouldnt but me thinks an armed mitia is better than a non armed one (think french) rifles fired 1 time dropped many times

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Re: Islamic terror against schoolkids
by Mark5019 / October 8, 2004 1:54 AM PDT

hell i keep my colt in side holster plain site a 44 kinda scares off the beggars Grin

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(NT) (NT) 2 Tim 3:1 & 3
by drpruner / October 7, 2004 3:44 PM PDT
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"And the world is Safer now", said Bush...
by Chorus-Line A1-QMS / October 7, 2004 4:53 PM PDT

So what's up with all the so called "Alarming Warming Warning" then?

Another campaign ads and slogan?

Keep America scared -- Vote for Bush!, is that it?

Holly! Molly! Bushing-Chening should something happen to these schools, "The Safer rant thingy" is nothing but a joke.

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"It will be when the enemy is exterminated" said DE
by David Evans / October 7, 2004 8:02 PM PDT

> Holly! Molly! Bushing-Chening should something happen to these schools, "The Safer rant thingy" is nothing but a joke.

Oh puhleeeez! with the situational difficulty with English. Tell me, Was Beslan a Joke? Perhaps some crowds had a laugh, but none of them were real Americans, or Russians, or humans.

And just WHO and WHAT were the subhuman school children murdering attackers? Jewish invaders or Christian crusaders or something? No? Didn't think so.

It seems that all of that kind want Bush to lose this election and are really rooting for Kerry........ hmmmmmmm, wonder why??? lol

DE

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by Chorus-Line A1-QMS / October 7, 2004 10:09 PM PDT

Oh puhleeeez! with the situational difficulty with English. Tell me, Was Beslan a Joke? Perhaps some crowds had a laugh, but none of them were real Americans, or Russians, or humans.

And just WHO and WHAT were the subhuman school children murdering attackers? Jewish invaders or Christian crusaders or something? No? Didn't think so.

It seems that all of that kind want Bush to lose this election and are really rooting for Kerry........ hmmmmmmm, wonder why??? lol

DE
Posted by: David Evans

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First of all, let me borrow your famous warning quote, "STOP THE INSULT". Stop the repeated insults of my usage of the English language since you understood every word of it to even respond to it. --- Golden Rule - "Don't do it."

Second, another off topic Beslan issue when we are discussing, "HOW SAFE IS AMERICA" for which you were responding.

Third, since I'm not voting for the Republican Party, obviously I'm voting for a none dictatorial regime change. As far as loosers and winners, we'll just have to wait for the result to unfold in patient. Wink

Last but not least, is America really safe as the monologue continues to wave across the country and the world?

I would think that if the current administrations cares enough for the public's safety, they should be focusing on *Emergency plans* instead of wasting billions of dollars on Kerry Bashing campaign ads. With such effort in mind, they may well persuade the silent voters to go for your representatives and in the same token, the Democratic voters will benefit from such generosity. Wink

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by Glenda / October 8, 2004 1:24 AM PDT
In reply to: Re:

"Third, since I'm not voting for the Republican Party, obviously I'm voting for a none dictatorial regime change. As far as loosers and winners, we'll just have to wait for the result to unfold in patient."

Since you are supposedly Canadian, I should think you won't be voting for EITHER Party!
Glenda

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by Chorus-Line A1-QMS / October 8, 2004 9:52 PM PDT
In reply to: Re:

Since you are supposedly Canadian, I should think you won't be voting for EITHER Party!
Glenda

Posted by: Glenda
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When will you ever guess right?

Nevertheless, I hate to disappoint you. Wink

One check mark for Kerry/Edwards please. Wink

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by Mark5019 / October 8, 2004 1:59 AM PDT
In reply to: Re:

dictatorial not in america maybe from your area of your ancestors camel jockeys but in this great land its a free country, so free we have pro terriosts supporters.

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Err....I believe the FBI is very interested
by John Robie / October 8, 2004 1:44 PM PDT
In reply to: Re:

in having a look at any "pro terriosts supporters" residing in the US.

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Re: "And the world is Safer now", said Bush...
by dirtyrich / October 7, 2004 8:45 PM PDT

I'm assuming that your post is somehow saying that this warning is Bush's fault for
1- provoking the terrorists to attack sites in the US
2- warning the people that an attack might be near

Of course, that stance is ridiculous, because this war was instigated by previous, unprovoked attacks on the US... and warning citizens to be wary is a necessary step to protect our children.
As for all the "warnings" that never seem to develop into true attacks, which I'm assuming you're also complaining about, ever thought that the reason that they don't occur is that our Dept of Homeland Security is doing its job? They're not going to go and announce the successes they've had as it would compromise their resources and make their job harder.

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Re: "And the world is Safer now", said Bush...
by Chorus-Line A1-QMS / October 7, 2004 9:04 PM PDT

I'm assuming.........
Posted by: dirtyrich

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It's your assumption meaning it's what you thought.
:
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Nevertheless, your post reveals something interesting.

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Re: "And the world is Safer now", said Bush...
by dirtyrich / October 8, 2004 5:01 AM PDT

Unfortunately I was forced to assume since your posts seemed to be missing much that would make them clear and logical.

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by Chorus-Line A1-QMS / October 8, 2004 10:09 PM PDT

Unfortunately I was forced to assume since your posts seemed to be missing much that would make them clear and logical.

Posted by: dirtyrich
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You are entitled to fill in the blanks to offer your side of truths and you're satisfied with it. That's all what matters.

Now whether it's convincing and effectively persuasive is another respondents thoughts remained to be heard. Some may choose silence.

I've given you my thoughts on the subject.
Wink

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Re: "And the world is Safer now", said Bush...
by Mark5019 / October 8, 2004 1:57 AM PDT

and your pro muslum satnce bytes

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