12 May 2008

So what's the problem here?

I'm sure Omar would appreciate the company...

According to a court-produced transcript, when the RCMP asked Abdullah Khadr whether he was a member of al-Qaeda, he responded “No, I only buy and sell weapons for al-Qaeda.”

The same transcript indicates he further implicated himself, by saying that he had used a GPS device to map out co-ordinates for Pakistani jihadists who were plotting to assassinate President Pervez Musharraf.
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RELATED: It's a Liberal thing

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FROM THE COMMENTS:
"While the Globe and Mail crows about their little release of information triumph, the U.S. thinks twice about revealing state secrets to Canada ever again."

"Yep lets keep kicking the Americans because unlike the bomb-plotting, children killing terrorists, the real enemy is our largest trading and economic partner to the south."
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6 comments:

Honey Pot said...

To think the left-libs are still crying over any member of that whacked out Khadr family is unbelivable.

Neo Conservative said...

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the phrase "enough rope to hang themselves" comes to mind.

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Honey Pot said...

You would have to be brain dead to even entertain the notion of bringing Omar back to Canada.

No doubt if we give them long enough, we will get something on the evil bitch mother, and get her thrown in jail. I hate the thought of having to feed and clothe those barbaric animals, but it is better to keep them in a cage.

Do you suppose the left-libbers have figured out why no one will vote for them yet? Why they will never have a position of power in Canada again?

Neo Conservative said...

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"Honey Pot said... You would have to be brain dead..."

you're kidding, right?

pop quiz... which liberal prime minister interceded to spring papa khadr from a pakistani prison?

"Khadr was arrested by Pakistan authorities for his role in the bombing, but was later released without charges on the request of then Prime-Minister Jean Chr├ętien."

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langmann said...

Government lawyers had argued that a “third-party rule” in intelligence circles keeps vital information flowing among states. Global counterterrorism agencies swap secrets on the understanding that sensitive foreign-generated information should not be publicly produced domestically. To jeopardize the third-party rule is often seen as tantamount to risking the entire flow of information.

While the Globe and Mail crows about their little release of information triumph, the U.S. thinks twice about revealing state secrets to Canada ever again.

Yep lets keep kicking the Americans because unlike the bomb-plotting, children killing terrorists, the real enemy is our largest trading and economic partner to the south.

(rolls eyes and walks off)

Honey Pot said...

Yeah, it is pretty sick when you have left-lib Canadians cheering for another 9/11, to teach those yankees a thing or two.

We can just be glad the left-libs msm has lost any semblance of credibility amongst the thinking people of Canada.