Terrorists, Coming To A Neighborhood Near You

And maybe even yours…

Barack Obama showed a lack of maturity and leadership by setting a date certain that club Gitmo will be shut down. Now he is finding that all the Hope and Change chants are not getting other countries to take the inmates. Now he is running out of time and he needs to do something with the terrorists. Obama has not ruled out bringing these people to the United States:

A White House spokesman says the Obama administration hasn’t decided whether or not to release Guantanamo Bay detainees in the United States.

Spokesman Robert Gibbs said President Barack Obama has made clear “we’re not going to make any decision about transfer or release that threatens the security of this country.”

Asked if that meant he was ruling out releasing any detainees in the United States, Gibbs said: “I’m not ruling it in or ruling it out.” AP

Obama has stated that he would not release anyone dangerous into the US. That is easy for him to say since he lives in a gated community with about 30,000 people working to keep him safe. He also rides around in an armored car. He will be safe, his wife will be safe and his little girls will be safe. The rest of us will be targets.

We should not be letting these people out into our country and if they must be released here they should be released in the White House and the neighborhoods of prominent Democrats.

Obama made a mistake and now we will have to live with it. If one of these people is released in the US and causes harm Obama should be brought up on charges of treason.

This is what you get when you allow amateurs to run the place.

Big Dog

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13 Responses to “Terrorists, Coming To A Neighborhood Near You”

  1. Blake says:

    Put them back in their own country, or kill them- it really is that simple.

  2. Barbara says:

    If they cause any harm to the US Obama will probably claim he had temporary insanity. This man is a loser.

  3. Darrel says:

    You guys are right. The danger is real. Consider this, all true too:

    ***
    First Guantanamo Bay Detainee Brought To US; Promptly Escapes And Kills 5,600 In ‘Hellish Flames’

    What began as the normal transportation of a Guantanamo Bay detainee to the United States ended in chaos and destruction today, as prisoner Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani easily escaped custody and leveled 15 New York City blocks, killing and injuring over 30,000 people.

    Authorities say Ghailani used a combination of terrorist training and telekinetic powers to unleash a wave of supervillainy on New York.

    “We knew those Guantanamo buggers were supercriminals, but how can any city defend against a terrorist who can levitate 100 feet in the air, and shoot fireballs out of nowhere?” said New York City Police Department commissioner Raymond Kelly, pounding his fists in frustration. “The worst that we all feared is now happening. God help this nation now.”

    Kelly referenced the fact that many politicians and American citizens have long been concerned that bringing detainees from Guantanamo to American soil could have dire consequences. Ghailani himself acknowledged their concerns, laughing as he summoned a large dragon demon named Kluulorth from the Hudson River.

    “Only that wretched super prison Guantanamo could hold me,” Ghailani hissed, after clarifying that he now wants to be called Doctor Natas. “Now that I’m out of there, my powers have only grown exponentially.”

    “You fools,” he added, giggling. “You unbelievable fools.”

    The rest…

    D.

    • Blake says:

      Yeah right. They say everybody has a book in them- yours is definitely not satire or parody, that is easily evident.

  4. Adam says:

    There is no doubt in my mind it is OK to bring the worst offenders and stick them in a federal prison in the US. We already have some of the worst criminals in the world safely locked away, including known terrorists. This argument is a no-brainer that Republicans missed the bus on.

    If we cannot prove these people are guilty enough to lock in a federal pen and their own countries won’t take them then what next? Do keep them anyway just to be safe? Do we kill them as Blake simple mindedly suggested? What do we do? How much can we compromise our own values system in the name of keeping America safe?

    • Blake says:

      Since keeping America safe is paramount, I wonder at your sanity- send them back to their own countries, or perhaps you could volunteer to keep an “exchange terrorist”- are you that concerned about their liberties? If so, pick one- I am sure your neighbors won’t mind.
      I proposed a solution- if you do not have one form one before speaking.

      • Adam says:

        I appreciate you trying to frame this as if my concern for the rights of terrorists supersedes my concern for the safety of our people but I don’t fall that easy into those kinds of black and white traps.

        If I speak without a solution it is because this issue is much more complex than your narrow minded responses on the subject imply. I’m just not that willing to talk out my rear like you do.

        • Blake says:

          How cute of you liberals- “oh, its so many shades of grey, I can’t make up my mind” what crapola. Send them to their country of origin- what’s so hard about that? Oh- they might die? Hey- its a tough world after all.
          You libbies are so over sensitive.
          \In this country, it is All About America. Everything else comes second.

  5. Nik says:

    None of these Gitmo detainees have been proven guilty of anything. Bush’s gulag contained men that were handed over simply to gain a bounty reward. Over half were released after years of torture – no charges laid. They were held illegally, denied POW status yet detained illegally without chrge, jurisdiction or habeus corpus.
    If you have ANY respect for human rights and REAL system of justice then these men MUST be released unless you can PROVE they are terrorists.

    • Blake says:

      Sure- lets release them to their country of origin, I am fine with that.

    • Blake says:

      I am sure that the fact that they were not picked up out of a Quickie- mart, but on the battlefield had absolutely nothing to do with their being in Gitmo.

    • Big Dog says:

      Nik,
      The torture claim is wrong but if you want them released fine, release them but not in my country. They received better care and treatment than they would have anywhere else and they were not picked up at a dance, they were on the battlefield.

      I don’t care, release them but they are not to come here unless you would like them living with you.

      To our military, take no prisoners. Please shoot the bas*ards dead so we do not have to deal with them.

      • Darrel says:

        BIGD: “The torture claim is wrong…”>>

        DAR
        Innocent Gitmo Detainee, now released, talks about his lost seven years and the torture.

        “Recently Released Gitmo Detainee Talks to ABC News”

        Excerpts:

        “Asked if he thought he was tortured, Boumediene was unequivocal.

        “I don’t think. I’m sure,” he said.

        Boumediene described being pulled up from under his arms while sitting in a chair with his legs shackled, stretching him. He said that he was forced to run with the camp’s guards and if he could not keep up, he was dragged, bloody and bruised.

        He described what he called the “games” the guards would play after he began a hunger strike, putting his food IV up his nose and poking the hypodermic needle in the wrong part of his arm.

        “You think that’s not torture? What’s this? What can you call this? Torture or what?” he said, indicating the scars he bears from tight shackles. “I’m an animal? I’m not a human?” …

        The 43-year-old Algerian is now back with his wife and two daughters, a free man in France after a Republican judge found the evidence against Boumediene lacking. He is best known from the landmark Supreme Court case last year, Boumediene v. Bush, which said detainees have the right to challenge their detention in court.

        That decision was a stunning rebuke of the Bush administration’s policies on terror suspects. It set up a ruling by District Court Judge Richard Leon, a former counsel to Republicans in Congress appointed to the bench by Bush, that there was no credible evidence to keep Boumediene detained.”

        “Last month, in a tearful ceremony at an airport outside Paris, Boumediene was reunited with his family. His daughters, who were toddlers when he was detained, are 13 and 9 years old.

        “I cried, just cried. Because I don’t know my daughters,” he said. “The younger, when I moved from Bosnia to Gitmo, she had 18 months, only 18 months. Now 9 years. Now she’s big. Between 18 months, baby and 9 years, she walking, she’s talking, she play, she’s joking. It’s a big difference.”

        Boumediene said he understands, to a degree, how the attacks of Sept. 11 prompted strong reactions from the U.S. government.

        “The first month, okay, no problem, the building, the 11 of September, the people, they are scared, but not 7 years. They can know whose innocent, who’s not innocent, who’s terrorist, who’s not terrorist,” he said.

        “I give you 2 years, no problem, but not 7 years.”

        The rest at ABC

        BIGD: “…they were on the battlefield.”

        DAR
        Some were, many were not. See the
        2007 Academy Award winner for Documentary Feature:

        “Taxi to the Dark Side.”

        D.