19 September 2009

Fuzzy-bunny socialist Canada

Yeah, sure... let's free Omar Khadr and set him up in taxpayer funded housing AND THEN... put this guy in jail for the rest of his life.

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FROM THE COMMENTS:

"The late WW1 and WW2 vets must be spinning now. Anyone without a uniform in those wars would have been executed in the field."
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13 comments:

prairie dog said...

Yeah, and I bet the taliban fighters would have given the NATO/Afghan guys a pass on death if given the chance. Because, well they are just 'freedom fighters' and they have code. /sarc off.

Arggg!

Neo Conservative said...

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well, you know... it's getting to the point... nothin' surprises me anymore.

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Patsplace said...

Since time began, men have offered their opponents death rather than suffering.

And the judges will have had to fight traffic and dodge rain drops, which will make them expert in this matter.

Neo Conservative said...

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sorry pat... that's so 20th century macho & confrontational.

these days, any sensitive new-age guy worth his salt... is all about strewing hopey-changey rose petals in front of the enemies.

peace, dude.

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ddt said...

The late WW1 and WW2 vets must be spinning now. Anyone without a uniform in those wars would have been executed in the field.

Neo Conservative said...

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yup... as far as i understand it... there's no geneva convention protection for terrorists.

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alexb said...

one word " assholes"

Blame Crash said...

This is just another manifestation of the vile cancerous Liberal ideology that is rotting out our society and culture.
Let there be no doubt about it, Liberalism, Leftism and the so called Progressives are the real enemies of the people, of freedom and of prosperity.

Blame Crash said...

Sorry, but I forgot to mention the Green Scum to the above list.
They'll probably be the ones who will be poking you in the ribs with their bayonet because you’re not hustling fast enough into the box car.

Rob .C said...

What are the chances that the officers deciding this Captains fate have had any real combat experience?? IMHO If they haven't there is no way they are be "qualified" to judge this man.

Anonymous said...

To misquote Francis Ford Coppola's masterpiece:

To charge someone with murder in this mess is like handing out speeding tickets at the Indy 500.

Methinks the Talib in question was close enough to death that it was a mercy shooting more than anything else... and yes, chances are the good soldier will be judged by those who have never heard a shot fired in anger. Good luck to him - he's been where few of us will ever go, and few of us are therefore in a position to judge him in any way.

Neo Conservative said...

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"anon says... like handing out speeding tickets at the Indy 500"

try telling that to deputy dawg and his ilk... who never once met a raggedy-ass "freedom fighter" they couldn't cosy up to.

the leftosphere just can't seem to understand... that's why we call it war... and not "circle of friends".

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Furniture Rental Toronto said...

Ok, so apparently it's not allowed to kill an enemy soldier in a war anymore? Huh, weird. I thought that's what it's about. Not that I agree with war but arresting someone for just doing their job is a bit too much.

Take care, Ella