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    Quote Originally Posted by rexlunae View Post


    I just don't even know how to respond to that. And that's a rarity.
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    Attempts to overthrow the government, IS treason. Thats only one aspect also, see this for full legal reference :

    18 U.S. Code Chapter 115 - TREASON, SEDITION, AND SUBVERSIVE ACTIVITIES

    https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/t...-I/chapter-115
    See the above post, the new york times likes to leave a lot of stuff off and just present the parts they like.
    <a href=http://theologyonline.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=23146&d=1455650224 target=_blank>http://theologyonline.com/attachment...6&d=1455650224</a>

    "Around the country, progressive bullies have attacked Christians for daring to put their faith ahead of the pet causes of those who feign compassion while destroying life-giving liberties. What we are seeing is a scorched-earth, take-no-prisoners approach as the wildfire burns across our land. It is not enough that Christians be quiet. Christians must be silenced and punished. Their faith cannot be respected. Legislation that ensures people are free to live and work according to their faith without fear of being punished by government must be stopped and decried as discrimination...There is one key reason that those on the Left must force their beliefs on the rest of us: if they didn't force their craziness on us, we would never embrace it." ~Erick Erickson

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    Quote Originally Posted by ok doser View Post
    nork is threatening to send ABM nukes our way and it lobs rockets towards japan

    iran threatens israel with its nuke program

    and we took care of saddam - they're not our enemy anymore

    why on earth would you want to label russia (not the USSR) our enemy?
    Apparently "ok doser" was literally "out to lunch" when all of America's 17 intelligence agencies concluded that the Russians were responsible for the DNC hacks which were leaked to influence the 2016 Election!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jgarden View Post
    Apparently "ok doser" was literally "out to lunch" when all of America's 17 intelligence agencies concluded that the Russians were responsible for the DNC hacks!
    and that makes the entire country our enemy?


    should we just nuke 'em and get it over with?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ok doser View Post
    and that makes the entire country our enemy?

    should we just nuke 'em and get it over with?
    Given that 1945 was the last time anyone was "nuked," we can dispense with that "red herring!"

    Anyone in Russia who has the courage to oppose Vladimir Putin ends up in jail, poisoned or dead - so what was former KGB head getting for the $10 million that he was paying Paul Manafort annually?

    When Trump and his conservatives supporters, like "ok doser," start falling all over themselves, making excuses for Putin's efforts to influence the 2016 Election - WE HAVE OUR ANSWER!


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    Quote Originally Posted by jgarden View Post
    Given that 1945 was the last time anyone was "nuked," we can dispense with that "red herring!"
    well, no


    we both still have huge arsenals

    if they're our "enemy", shouldn't we be trying to destroy them?

    Anyone in Russia who has the courage to oppose Vladimir Putin ends up in jail, poisoned or dead -
    meh

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    Quote Originally Posted by rexlunae View Post

    For exactly the same reason I "want" to label other totalitarian regimes: He is a threat to the freedom and security of the entire world and the United States, and there's no country on earth with as widespread an attack on democracy outside their borders. Putin murders people for criticizing him, and for money and power. The only difference between him and Kim Jong Un in terms of brutality is how far he feels he needs to go. He acts with just as little impunity and restraint. Only, his nukes aren't hypothetical.
    Here's another Putin victim:

    Former Russian lawmaker who defected and became a Putin critic is gunned down in Ukraine

    Days before his death, Putin critic said in interview he knew he was in danger


    KIEV — In the plush, crimson-decked lobby bar of Kiev’s five-star Premier Palace Hotel, Denis Voronenkov, a Russian lawmaker who defected to Ukraine, knew he was in danger.

    “For our personal safety, we can’t let them know where we are,” he said Monday evening as he sat with his wife for an interview with The Washington Post.

    Less than 72 hours later, he was dead, shot twice in the head in broad daylight outside the same lobby bar. It was a particularly brazen assassination that recalled the post-Soviet gangland violence of the 1990s. His wife, dressed in black, sobbed as she stooped down to identify Voronenkov’s body, which lay beneath a black tarp in a pool of blood.

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, just hours later, called the attack an “act of state terrorism by Russia.” As of Thursday evening, police had not identified the assailant, who died in police custody after being shot by Voronenkov’s bodyguard. Dmitry Peskov, a spokesman for Russian President Vladimir Putin, called the accusation a “fabrication.”

    In the weeks before his death, Voronenkov, a former member of Russia’s pliant Communist Party, had told friends he was being targeted. Hackers had been trying to pry into his Twitter account and his wife’s email. He had received threatening text messages, and the police had recently assigned him a bodyguard. There were rumors he was under surveillance.

    “It’s a totally amoral system, and in its anger it may go to extreme measures,” he said as he sat next to his wife, Maria Maksakova, a fellow parliamentarian who defected with him. “There’s been a demonization of us. It’s hard to say what will happen. The system has lost its mind. They say we are traitors in Russia.”

    He said he could return only “when Putin is gone.”

    At a time when the question of Russian influence dominates U.S. politics, Voronenkov’s death will add further scrutiny to the extent, and potential lethality, of Russia’s reach abroad. It remained unclear who might have wanted to killed Voronenkov — theories include Russian agents, Ukrainian nationalists or business interests — but the fact remains that he is just the latest Kremlin opponent to wind up dead.
    So keep your candles burning
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    they're a new democrary - you gotta expect some growing pains


    heck, they're what - 24 years old?

    what were we doing when we were 24 years old?


    oh yeah


    fighting the british, the mexicans and the indians

    stole all sorts of territory from the mexicans and the indians

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    Quote Originally Posted by ok doser View Post
    they're a new democrary - you gotta expect some growing pains


    heck, they're what - 24 years old?

    what were we doing when we were 24 years old?


    oh yeah


    fighting the british, the mexicans and the indians

    stole all sorts of territory from the mexicans and the indians
    "Ok doser" is providing all the proof we need as to why Paul Manafort was being paid $10 million annually as an unregistered Russian agent - to act as a "matchmaker" between Putin and American conservatives!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ok doser View Post
    they're a new democrary - you gotta expect some growing pains


    heck, they're what - 24 years old?

    what were we doing when we were 24 years old?


    oh yeah


    fighting the british, the mexicans and the indians

    stole all sorts of territory from the mexicans and the indians
    No, they're a fake democracy. There's a difference. As bad as American democracy started out, it had the feature defining of democracies: the ruled had the power to change their leaders. Yeltsin handed power to Putin, who has held it since then, at times handing it to Medvedev to work around legal limits before taking it back directly again. He has his opposition shot or thrown of buildings, or poisoned in foreign countries.

    Is this really the system you want imported here?
    Global warming denialists are like gravity denialists piloting a helicopter, determined to prove a point. We may not have time to actually persuade them of their mistake.

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