9/11 will appear insignificant.
What concerns me is that even after a >9/11 attack, who would we attack? Is there a possiblity that our hands would be tied because we couldn't pinpoint a responsible nation? Al Queada is in many countries - if a cell in London pulls it off, are we going to bomb London? Personally, I'd like to get rid of all of these creeps, but I am afraid we would take that attack and hold more memorial services, especially if Dims are in charge.
posted on 11/14/2006 12:33:15 AM PST
(Hey Kerry, I'm still here; still hating your lying, stinking, guts you coward.)
You pose a valid question about which nation to hold responsible if an Al Qaeda terror cell based in London launched an attack here in the states. I'm inclined for holding the responsible nation accountable, the Nation of Islam ... all of it!
Your right but I guess if I were to pick I'd go to the source, IRAN. Just blow the country to hell. Amen.
posted on 11/14/2006 3:03:40 AM PST
("A wise man's heart is his right hand, But a fool's heart is at his left" Eccl 10:2)
Re post 17 you asked "who would we attack?" I think a better question is "what would we attack?" A nuclear attack on the CONUS would consititute an all out war with (radical) islam. Don't be surprised to see internment camps in the US, just like WW II. The Persian Gulf supply route and the oil fields of Saudi Arabia and Iran should be secured, occupied and pumped out. The NWP of Pakistan should be attacked from the air with nuclear weapons if neccessary.
Before the US is attacked, a nuclear target list should be drawn up and shown to moslem leaders. It should be made very clear that these targets will be vaporized within 24 hours of a nuclear attack against the US. This target list would include all the major urban areas and all the religious sites of the islamic world, including Mecca, Medina et al.
War is war, sides must be chosen and if you choose the wrong side, you might lose your life.
posted on 11/14/2006 5:15:03 AM PST
by Former Proud Canadian
(How do I change my screen name after Harper's election?)
I endorse Charles Krauthammer's suggestion that we make a statement that any nucelar attack by terrorists anywhere
will be considered an attack by North Korea on the United States, which will receive an appropriate nuclear response.
Unfortunately, that approach only works if Iran doesn't get the bomb.
posted on 11/14/2006 5:43:57 AM PST
by Mr. Silverback
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