Friday, September 14, 2012

I Know What To Do.

All the unrest and rioting in Libya and other places in the middle east seems to leave the politicians at a loss as to what to do and it really is not that hard. Our embassies are supposed to be extensions of the United States in a foreign country.
Everyone needs to face the facts, those people over there will NEVER like us, there is NOTHING we can do to change that so the politicians need to stop trying and start looking out for our best interest. We need to pass the word to them we wish them no harm but if they mess with us we will make it make it very painful for them. 
 When they dragged our ambassador, Christopher Stevens from the embassy in Libya and killed all the staff we should have sent an air strike in and leveled about a one mile radius around the embassy. This would have taken out all the rioters and thugs. The devastation would be great, all men, women, children, goats, sheep, cockroaches and rats would be dead in in the area. Problem solved. We would issue a statement that any future uprising against us will be handled in the same manor. I am sure it would happen a few more times but after a while it would sink in to their brain, if it did not we would keep bombing until no more of them existed. This is the tactic we used in WWII with Japan and Germany, I know the German and Japanese people are quite a bit brighter than this bunch of inbred Muslim goat herders but so be it.
The American people are fed up with all this appeasement. 

30 comments:

  1. Amen. Well said. I for one vote we just level the whole of the Middle East and be done with it.

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    1. That would work as well, thanks Bubba.

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  2. A small nuke at the embassy site would be a lot easier. And the effects would be known for a long time.

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    1. A small nuke would be less work for sure but maybe not gather as much solidarity from out western allies. Thanks.

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  3. Right there with ya sir! Perhaps a few A-10s to do their magic as well.

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    1. Whatever it takes and costs the least is fine with me.
      Thanks friend.

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  4. As someone mentioned on another blog:

    "Where is Curtis LeMay when you need him?"

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  5. You know what...the American people aren't fed up. They aren't. Most Americans are still asleep and they are gonna get us in even deeper trouble. This dude is ahead in the polls...I k ow, I know polls mean nothing, but the point is people should be outraged and screaming at the top of their lungs, but they aren't.

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    1. A Girl, I know some are not upset but I think most are sickened by this. BTW, I don't believe the polls are very accurate at this point.

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  6. Maybe a lot of Americans are still asleep, but a lot more are now awake (and should have been, all along, but that's another story). I know an awful lot of folks who have been screaming for the last couple of years, but the media continue to ignore that. Perhaps November will surprise the self-appointed "watchdogs" of the press.

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    1. I sure he so. Check out Tam's post.

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    2. Rev Paul, I think you are right on. Thanks my friend.

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  7. My Rooster said call in Puff.

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  8. Dear Duke - i almost can't leave a comment as this whole thing has me greatly upset. i cannot believe that the US and allies have not done something about this incident. what they did to Mr. Stevens is an outright act of war! we have troops stationed all over the middle east - why are we not sending any of them in to exact justice??? my blood is boiling ever since i saw that pic of Mr. Stevens being dragged out of the embassy. i wish i owned a Canadian CF-18...you know what i would do with it!

    your friend,
    kymber

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    1. Kymber, I know what you mean my friend. It upsets me to. Thanks.

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  9. The U.S. only sent two ships to the area?? A Battle Group off the coast, and a large amount of bombers flying in formation would work real well. The turn it to glass.

    We (U.S.) have played games with these folks way too damn long.

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    1. Rob, I couldn't agree more. Thanks.

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  10. Duke,

    Im ex-navy and have the seen the old Battleships like the "Iowa and Wesconsin" afloat back in the 80's.
    If I had my way, both battlewagons would pulled out of mothballs, refitted, recrewed and parked off someones heathen pagan coastline and weeks worth of shelling would begin. We care to send the very best and we ain't deliverin friggin Pizza's

    Since 1900, when ever you park a Battleship off someones coastline, you tend to get their undivided attention.

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  11. It seems obvious to me that the PTB plan to talk the offenders to death, and will more than likely increase the aid amount we send them at the same time!

    Sure could use some good ol' fashioned leadership about now!

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    1. Hermit Jim, I agree it is fruitless to entertain them. Thanks.

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  12. This makes me so angry! In addition to retaliation for what those people did, we should also immediately stop sending foreign aid money to them. Why are we sending our money to countries who would just as soon see us all dead?

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    1. Meadowcreek, yes the foreign aid should have never started, in fact I am sure that aid has been used to attack us. Thanks my friend.

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  13. I think our friend Craig at kiss mentioned that there are 85 active B-52's right now. Carpet bombing would show how upset we might be.

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    1. CoolChange, I am all for carpet bombing as well. Make it more painful for them than us. Thanks.

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  14. My brother, its starting. The islamic holy-war is grinding its gears up, and its not going like ZZ Top says, its going world wide. Wish Ronald Maximus was still alive and in office, he would have shut them sand fleas up in a heartbeat. All we can do right now is plan strategies, prepare and wait for the tripwires and release hell. Am i being to blunt about it?

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    1. Senior, our country is sadly lacking good leadership today.....maybe soon we can start to correct this. Thanks.

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  15. I like your idea. I've been calling for turning the region to glass.

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