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Old 02-21-2004, 11:14 PM
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They both should have gotten the same treatment though... I don't think we should be giving room and board to Noriega... but he was our "buddy" so we have to take care of him.. besides.. he probably would be an embarrassment with all the dirty secrets he probably knows about American foreign policy in Latin America..
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Old 02-21-2004, 11:26 PM
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Even if we do capture him. Bush won't make it public until a couple of weeks before the election
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Old 02-21-2004, 11:40 PM
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they CANNOT kill bin laden if he is killed his followers will see him as a martyr for thier cause and most likely rally around his as they see it "murder". Fanatical leaders like cult leaders and so forth thrive on addoration and devotion of followers. The best possible solution and punishment for person like this is to capture them alive and jail them in solitary confinement (wer're talking like very little sunlight, minimal food and no external stimulation) with no hope of release or contact with any potential followers or people that coule even possibley be sympatheic to thier ideaologies, quote frankly very little contact with other people in general woudl be the best bet.

either that or we draw and quarter him with an elephant and donkey on the lawn of the white house during the halftime show at next years superbowl.
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As far as him not being taken alive, that`s what everyone said about Saddam. They want their wacked out followers to sacrifice themselves but when it comes down to it, they don`t have the balls to do it themselves!
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Old 02-22-2004, 12:15 AM
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I'll go for the "drawn and quarter" treatment for him... better justice...
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Old 02-22-2004, 08:16 AM
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Roger1, Good pic.
No wonder he wears that turban. a baseball cap just wouldn't be enough.
If he wore an army helmet he would look like that martian from the old Bugs Bunny cartoons.!
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I , personally would love to take Bin Laden for a boat ride .



Oh yeah , leave me tell you the rest. Anchor under a bridge at high tide and string him up by his neck to the bridge and sit there with a cold 6 pack and wait for the tide to go out

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Old 02-22-2004, 11:37 AM
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I , personally would love to take Bin Laden for a boat ride .



Oh yeah , leave me tell you the rest. Anchor under a bridge at high tide and string him up by his neck to the bridge and sit there with a cold 6 pack and wait for the tide to go out

And to all of you who are saying "mopower is one sick SOB"
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Drowning is a pleasant death ,too easy,the other you would get blood on your boat.

How about a blow torch and some ammonia to wake him back up when he passes out from the pain, wouldn't want him to miss anything.


I hope they do catch him.
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If he is alive? I do Think he will be caught
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Strip poker,
I'm not drowning him. I'm hanging him slowly , as the tide goes out and the boat gets lower below the bridge that he is hanging from. That proccess could last for hours
Please give me some credit for being a sick ba$tard

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