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    Default the bad news just keeps on coming for The Apologist

    wow, he gets his butt kicked on nov 2 so he leaves the country to go places where he thinks they like him and then gets his butt kicked on his whirlwind "Praise Islam" tour and comes home to yet another butt kicking!!!! its a merry-go-round of comical lashings for this buffoon:


    http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn...c=nl_natlalert

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    Just last week, a senior administration official said a not guilty verdict would be a "disaster" for the administration's Guantanamo policy.
    Disaster might be a good word.

    Not to mention the note to the judge where one juror thought she would be attacked for her position.
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    The article refers to Ahmed Gailani, who was arrested on July 25, 2004.

    Now I'm wondering why he just came to trial. Did we not have him in custody for 6 1/2 years?? What was going on for the past half decade, that we neglected to hear his case, when more witnesses were probably available to secure a conviction?

    I know, Obama's fault.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dnf777 View Post
    The article refers to Ahmed Gailani, who was arrested on July 25, 2004.

    Now I'm wondering why he just came to trial. Did we not have him in custody for 6 1/2 years?? What was going on for the past half decade, that we neglected to hear his case, when more witnesses were probably available to secure a conviction?

    I know, Obama's fault.
    you are finally catching on, what took so long?

    now, wasnt there some debate awhile back about civilian court vs military court??????

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    Quote Originally Posted by david gibson View Post
    you are finally catching on, what took so long?

    now, wasnt there some debate awhile back about civilian court vs military court??????
    We had him in custody for 6.5 years. Didn't anyone have spine enough to decide when and how he would be tried, and follow through with it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dnf777 View Post
    We had him in custody for 6.5 years. Didn't anyone have spine enough to decide when and how he would be tried, and follow through with it?
    ohhhhhhh i get it. bush had him the first 4.5 yrs so its his fault......puhhhleeeeeze

    obama is the one who decided on civilian trials. he is solely to mblame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by david gibson View Post
    bush had him the first 4.5 yrs so its his fault......

    I think your first statement is worth repeating.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dnf777 View Post
    I think your first statement is worth repeating.
    you are right. and my first statement was:

    "wow, he gets his butt kicked on nov 2 so he leaves the country to go places where he thinks they like him and then gets his butt kicked on his whirlwind "Praise Islam" tour and comes home to yet another butt kicking!!!! its a merry-go-round of comical lashings for this buffoon"

    glad to see you agree!

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    Quote Originally Posted by david gibson View Post
    you are finally catching on, what took so long?

    now, wasnt there some debate awhile back about civilian court vs military court??????
    Yeah, that debate has been around for about 8 years now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dnf777 View Post
    We had him in custody for 6.5 years. Didn't anyone have spine enough to decide when and how he would be tried, and follow through with it?
    Since when do we try POW's in civilian court? Because that's what they are, POW's.
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