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re: So about that tweet this morning - MrCarton
[quote]He is communicating man, you may not understand it or like it, but it has a purpose[/quote] Wow. Cup the balls while you're down there buddy......
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re: Why are chemical weapons a “red line”? - MrCarton
Hahahaha. It's like you've done this before lol. At least in Syria the fight was almost conventional in nature. Fighting position and trench warfare. Abandoned cities and towns, uniformed IS, flying battle flags. ...
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re: Why are chemical weapons a “red line”? - MrCarton
[quote]There were many cases where we killed tens to hundreds of civilians to go after a single ISIS sniper. [/quote] Who may not have actually existed. ...
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re: Why are chemical weapons a “red line”? - MrCarton
[quote]. Is there a difference if someone gets killed by a barrel bomb or a bomb from an American plane? [/quote] Not really. Anyone who says there is any difference is liar, hypocrite, or an idiot. ...
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re: Why are chemical weapons a “red line”? - MrCarton
[quote]So you are saying the US military purposefully targeted civilians in Syria and Iraq?[/quote] Yeah, that's what I'm saying. I'm saying that the US weighed the benefit and costs of striking targets with known civilian populations thousands and thousands of times, killing thousands and thousa...
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re: Why are chemical weapons a “red line”? - MrCarton
[quote]War is a video game bruh[/quote] Exactly. It's one of those video games where only "bad guys" do bad shit, and you can't accidentally kill a teammate. ...
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re: Why are chemical weapons a “red line”? - MrCarton
[quote]The difference, from my perspective, is that conventional weapons and bombs tend to kill quickly in most cases. Chemical weapons cause immense suffering and a slower death. Similar to drowing or being burned alive versus a single bullet to the head. In both cases you die, but one is much less...
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re: Why are chemical weapons a “red line”? - MrCarton
[quote] Get a grip... Nobody on here thought that ISIS was not committing crimes against humanity. We also were involved in helping defeat ISIS as well. [/quote]what are you rambling about? US targeting cells knowingly killed thousands of civilians using highly precise HE warheads in Iraq and Syr...
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re: Cucks, Progs, & Chicken Littles take note: China's Xi bends knee on trade - MrCarton
[quote]It is very apparent that plenty of people on this website have never truly negotiated and especially never negotiated from a position of strength. [/quote] Yeah, exactly. You gotta have skin in the game, but not have all your eggs in one basket. A penny saved is a penny earned, but you go...
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re: Generational Tensions Within the New York Times - MrCarton
[quote]Generational Tensions Within the New York Times by DavidTheGnome Interesting article worth a read: LINK Read the whole thing, but to sum it up there’s a generational conflict going on at the Grey Lady and the old guard holding the line on journalistic integrity. The woke young writers ...
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re: Why are chemical weapons a “red line”? - MrCarton
[quote]Because of wind. Inability to control collateral damage. [/quote]like the insane collateral damage in cities like Bayji, Hawijah, Fallujah, Mosul, Raqqa, Manbij, and Tal Afar? No biggie cuz HE? ...
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re: Why are chemical weapons a “red line”? - MrCarton
[quote]The slaughter of non-combatants is a crime against humanity. Especially heinous is the killing of the very young and very old using HE or nerve gas. [/quote] Assuming you actually believe this, I have to ask about your take on US operations in Iraq and Syria that killed thousands and thous...
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re: Why are chemical weapons a “red line”? - MrCarton
[quote]Because women don't like the sight of kids with blisters on tv. [/quote] Probably more true than most people know. ...
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re: Why are chemical weapons a “red line”? - MrCarton
[quote]It's called the Law of Land Warfare. [/quote] Not an answer. ...
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re: Why are chemical weapons a “red line”? - MrCarton
[quote]Because a cost benefit analyis shows that ***insert the virtually every ordinance used since wwi here*** is ineffective because it is too hard to control and causes too much collateral damage and unnecessary suffering.[/quote]...
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re: Why are chemical weapons a “red line”? - MrCarton
[quote]Aside from the treaties involved for them not being used, you don't believe the carnage from a single chemical weapon exceeds the damage of a single rocket? Yikes[/quote] Actually, it's not clear that a single chemical weapon is necessarily more dangerous than an HE rocket. ...
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re: Why are chemical weapons a “red line”? - MrCarton
[quote]Why are chemical weapons a “red line”?[/quote] They aren't a red line, nor should they be. It's all a sick joke. The US killed more civilians in Mosul with the most precise weapons in history than Assad is purported to have killed with chemicals. By many many many fold. ...
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re: Assad defence force unite - MrCarton
[quote]LMAO at all the Assad fan boys[/quote] Assad is every bit as big a hero as Abraham Lincoln was, and probably much bigger. ...
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re: Assad defence force unite - MrCarton
[quote]I’m 100% against any Syrian intervention but there were thousands of tons of WMD found in Iraq, the NYT wrote about it extensively.[/quote] GTFOOH [quote]In a speech before the World Affairs Council of Charlotte, NC, on April 7, 2006, President Bush stated that he "fully understood that...
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