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In Topic: At Least 12 Killed During Koran-Burning Protest at UN Office in Afghanista

02 April 2011 - 12:25 PM

Looks like the Muslims are feeding the troll. If someone were burning a Bible next to me, I probably wouldn't appreciate it all that much. But loss of appreciation is about as far as I will go. It's obvious what the motive is for these religious trolls (Jones, Phelps, etc...)- provocation. The best way to win is just to let them do their thing, respect their rights, and ignore them.

In Topic: Pope rails against rise of un-Christian names

16 January 2011 - 10:02 PM

Why would anyone name their children Cain or Jezebel.

That said, what matters is what the parents teach their children, and if they truly teach them of the Lord's way they will give their children a good name and it does not have to be a name from the Bible.

As for the lost, they know no better, yet some of the names that are being used today should not be given to a dog.

If I ever got two dogs, I would seriously consider naming them Hophni and Phinehas.

In Topic: Arizona Congresswoman Shot in the Head at Public Event

15 January 2011 - 07:07 PM

- Father of 9 year old killed asks for no gun control as a result of the shooting.

- And the citizen that held the shooter until police arrived was ARMED, with hand on gun, and safety off. He said he would have shot him if he wasn't already subdued. He also told Ed a thing or two about gun control :).

In Topic: Wikileaks - Bradley Manning

15 January 2011 - 06:29 PM

No matter whose good or for what purpose he released the clasified material, according to the letter of the law, he is guilty under the Uniformed Code of Military Justice.

Section 881. Art. 81. Conspiracy
SubPara b
Any person subject to this chapter who
conspires with any other person to commit an
offense under the law of war, and who knowingly
does an overt act to effect the object of the conspiracy,
shall be punished
, if death results to
one or more of the victims, by death or such
other punishment as a court-martial or military
commission may direct, and, if death does not
result to any of the victims, by such punishment,
other than death, as a court-martial or
military commission may direct.

Section 906a. Art. 106a. Espionage
(a)(1) Any person subject to this chapter who,
with intent or reason to believe that it is to be
used to the injury of the United States...

For sure he conspired with someone outside the military, that is conspiracy. Possibly, he is also guilty of espionage, if it can be proved he meant to do injury to the United States.

There are a whole bunch of lessor articles this guy will be charged with. The UCMJ is accessable on line from many sources just run down through chapter 47 and you'll see that he may be charged with malingering and many others. Whatever you may think, the UCMJ is real blind justice and it is not a terror unto good works.

His actions have not resulted in deaths, nor was his intent or reason to cause injury to the US. It was the exact opposite. He exposed to the people a crime that had been committed by the military and hidden by the government. Journalists were shot and killed, innocent people attempting to come to the aid of the people shot were also shot and killed, and a car with two children was shot up with both children being injured. That's not something the government wants released, but if it's happening, I want to know about it.

He may have released information to the press, and it's the military's job to keep classified information classified (to the point of punishing those who do it), there's no question about that. But the government is attempting to punish him (and others) AT THE EXPENSE of the People- and that is the problem that I have with this whole thing. He saw what he thought was a war crime, he released evidence of that war crime to the media, now he is being punished.

When you take th oath to the Military Services of the United States, you sign away such rights, and its a different game.

When you take the Oath of Enlistment, you first swear your loyalty to defend the Constitution. They specifically worded it this way so as to make it clear that the People are in charge, and only in the service to the People through protecting the Constitution can you obey the President and commanders over you. When you sign up for the military, you sign away you rights- but you should never sign away your loyalty to the People. I would hope that any member of the armed services, when faced with the choice of being loyal to the military or to the People, would chose the People without a moments thought. Manning did this- exposing the government to the truths that it did not want its people to know about. And now, amazingly, some sheeple are calling for him to be hanged.

In Topic: Former Oil Exec Predicts $5-a-Gallon Gas by 2012, Energy Shortages by De...

08 January 2011 - 09:10 PM

Leasing a Ford Focus EV once they come out. :)
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