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  • snthsnth1 snthsnth1 Jun 2, 2012 11:41 PM Flag

    Where are the jobs, Bush Tax Cutters?



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    • Pakistan frees 4 ‘Times Sq. terrorists’


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      Last Updated: 5:48 AM, June 3, 2012

      Posted: 1:12 AM, June 3, 2012
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      Pakistan yesterday again slapped America’s counterterrorism efforts in the face — by acquitting four men charged with plotting to detonate a truck bomb in Times Square.

      The suspects were arrested after Faisal Shahzad failed to set off the bomb in May 2010.

      Muhammad Shoaib Mughal was charged with providing Shahzad with financial assistance.

      Faisal Abbasi, Humbal Akhtar and Muhammad Shahid Husain were charged as accomplices who helped set Shahzad up with terrorists in their homeland.

      Muhammed Akhtar was ecstatic at his son’s release.

      “I have suffered a lot during these two tough years,” he said. “Finally, I got justice.”

      Shahzad and his pals shared a similar background — wealthy, urban, educated, employed in computers, telecommunications or graphic design.

      They were held for two years, yet few details emerged about their closed-door trial in an anti-terrorism court in Rawalpindi.

      Such trials rarely produce convictions, because in Pakistani the police often lack basic investigative skills, the prosecutors are not trained to handle terrorism cases and judges and witnesses are subject to intimidation.

      The verdict was slammed by NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly.

      “I suppose it wouldn’t be Pakistan if it ceased to disappoint,” he said.

      Shahzad, who was sentenced to life in prison in the United States, confessed that he sought to slaughter innocent people in retaliation for the wiping out of the Taliban’s leadership by US drones.

      The foiled attack increased the tension between Washington and Islamabad, which has long been accused of not doing enough to crack down on terrorists.

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    • ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ cann't you brain dead commie zombies come up with any new material? They jobs were there until you scumbag Demcorats destroyed the economy, by taking over the house and senate in 1006. You traitors twice prevented banking reform, as you, who created the housing bubble with your policies, and Bush went along with the economic treason of the Democrats with their control of Freddie and Fannie, forced the creation of sub prime loans. The pure evil of the Democrat who on purpose caused the banking crash, when Schumer, in violation of federal banking law, started a rumor about Indymac. That started the run on the banks. Why did you Democrat plot and scheme to destroy the American economy? Why did you Demorats want all those Americans to lose their home and jobs? Why are you democrats eating future generations alive with your criminally insane spending? You people are so bad, that you make Bush look like a great president.

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      • SHRUB doubled national debt from $5 to $10 trillion.

        To do the same O has to raise national debt to $20 trillion.

        If Romney is elected, the national debt will be higher 3 years after he is elected.

        He WILL NOT REDUCE debt.

        Ronmney wants to increase the $900 billion defense spending by $100 billion.

        US cannot simply cut taxes on wealthy to ZERO to solve the country's problems.

        US needs to pay for these $trillions in repug wars.

    • Even david Stockman(R) said that the repugs are pushing failed ideas.

      What MAY have worked 30 years ago in a vastly different environment, cannot be expected to work now.

      Especially since it (lower taxes) has failed over last 10 years.

      Maybe we should lower taxes on WEALTHY to 0 and economy will skyrocket and unemployment will go to 5%.

    • You tell us. Odumbo has promised jobs for three years now.

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