Who was behind the New York car bomb attack? The Taliban, the flying spaghetti monster, or barney the purple dinosaur? All are just as likely.
What do you think?
I don't know...but what I have learned is NOT to accept anything the corporate media says without doing your own due diligence.
Media deception is quite often ignored.
None of the above. I'd be willing to bet that the person or people responsible for this event are very real and live right here in our own borders.
I'm gonna laugh my ass off if it turns out their favorite beverage is tea.
What's sad is that the Tea Party movement has done nothing to rid itself of the vile, racist and violent fringe groups that have attached themselves to it from the start. Because of that 'inclusive' philosophy, the entire movement is going to bear the blame and stigma of violence when the nut cases emerge. Teabaggers built the movement on hate - and hate will bring the movement down. I have no specific information abut the Times Square incident but the evident incompetence of the bomber sound like a teabagger to me.
Couldn't have said it better, Doug.
With the climate as polarized as it has been, the tea party had an opportunity to be a significant organization.
But, they went the route of the angry misinformed mob.
Keep working on that line, you are doing a really respectable job of it, maybe you'll catch a big Trout.....but then they have very sensitive mouths, gotta be careful not to jerk the hook too soon before they swallow the bait.
Good to know you don't have specific information on the Time Square bomber, really comforting to us all.
I am glad to see how you stick to facts. Nice of you to try to hold other people up to your high expectations while you stroll down the low road.
BTW: How many Teabaggers do you know? wink wink (peers in closet)
FSM spoke to me in a dream.
He said, "Stop scapegoating the spaghetti."
If the bomber was one of us, everybody would have been splattered in marinara.
From AP about an hour ago...
Authorities have identified the buyer of the SUV used in a failed Times Square terror attack and are seeking him as a potential suspect, two law enforcement officials said Monday.
The buyer is a man of Pakistani descent who recently traveled to Pakistan.
One thing I am sure of about this piece of excrement is that he was very light on in the smart department!
Obviously not an intelligent professional! Perhaps schooled in Texas!LOL
Hey Randy! Not heading down that way for a while eh?
Certainly not Earnest! I care not for Texass!
Oh Randy, how can you be so mean? Remember, someone in Texas really cares about you!
Cause I'm a snake, Buck! I do have relatives there, but they are right wing wackos who fit in fine. The idiots voted for Dumbya, I think that says it all!
I voted for him once, didn't work out well at all! What's wrong with right wing wackos? If you didn't have them to blame for shit they haven't done then who would you blame?
Blame them for the s**t they did do! There's no shortage of that. Please don't tell me you liked PALIN! I'm trying to find some common ground.
We don't really need "common ground" do we?
Palins a lot better looking than Hillary Clinton, so yeah, I like her, doesn't mean I would vote for her.
I rank her as qualified as Obama, which means they are as incompetent as the Warren Commission, which was pretty damned incompetent.
If you think Palin is as qualified as Obama, then you are correct, we have no common ground. Thanks for confirming my feelings for Texass!
I guess its a good thing I don't much care about what you think of Texas, we do alright for a bunch of unedumacated inbreds. Bunch of dummies we are having the best economy in the Country, we should take a page from Geogia, and get some of that high unemployment here, hell, maybe we could get us some teeth!
Whew! I was worried for a minute. No Texan left behind worked I suppose! The Iraq war didn't hurt you guys either. Hmmm....wasn't Haliburton based in Texas before sliming down to the Caymans?
Ive made a killing on big oil, sorry you didn't!
I make a killing on oil too! Peanut oil! And it doesn't ruin our beautiful productive coastlines along with the jobs of those who depend on fishing. Nor does it kill the wildlife who frequent these waters. But as long as you make money.....
Peanut oil? You gotta be kidding, no, you are from Georgia so that would figure.
Good luck with that peanut bidness, I'm gonna go ahead and stick to what makes real money!
Get it, stick?
Should that have read "Get it slick?" No, but the Gulf coast will.
Not this one, but you never know what will happen in the future. Out of sight, out of mind, I suppose. Especially the out of mind part!
Come on Randy, don't you know when someones yanking your chain?
Step away from the peanut oil, its hazardous!
I know Buck! But there's truth in humor too, ya know. Are you sure you're not just a former hubber named A Texan? I'm beginning to wonder if every Texas hubber isn't him! I kinda miss him even though we didn't agree on much but dove shooting.
I knew it! Welcome back Tex! You know many early Texas settlers came from Georgia. They moved their plantations there when slavery was becoming very unpopular. That's why some of us talk alike. Y'all come back now, ya heah!
Coulda used more at the Alamo, those boys from Tennessee kinda dropped the ball!
What do you expect from northerners? What make of shotgun do you prefer for dove?
Seems like you told me that a while back, good for you, I never win anything.
I did, but haven't got to try it out yet! Have yourself a glass of wine on me!
Whine or wine?
I'm gonna get off this thing for awhile. I'm back until someone is offended by my brand of humor, just don't get it, I'm very lovable.
"Teabaggers built the movement on hate . . . "
Kind of like Jefferson et al built the American Revolution
I'm not a teabagger, I think they're unhealthy, but the revolution WAS totally built on inflammatory overstatement and outright lies. We still believe the boston massacre was proof of British wrongdoing.
But you're here to set us all straight and tell us the British really, really didn't want our money in taxes, it was some big misunderstanding on our part!
Oh sure they wanted taxes... far less than any other British citizens paid, but I didn't say there should not have been a revolution. I did say the founding fathers lied a lot to gain support, and they did. They felt the ends justified the means. whether or not they did is a different argument.
tl;dr Don't get your panties in a bundle I'm not saying the colonies didn't have legitimate complaints.
That is true, far less than the British citizen of the time, but more than we wanted to pay.
Seeing a picture develop?
Maybe you should read a little more about it before posting that it was based on lies. Start with the Federalist and Anti-Federalist Papers. That'll give you an excellent basic understanding of the issues they were facing, and how it is parallel to what the tea party-ers are saying. You can read them online too.
Political rhetoric is a poor research source.
The Federalist and Anti-Federalist Papers are not "political rhetoric", but very important documentation in regards to the founding of our country.
I suggest you refrain from commenting until you know what you're talking about.
I don't think the teamonkeys are channeling either the Federalists or the Anti-Federalists (the Anti-Federalists were eventually forced to recognize the fact that a strong national government was necessary, a fact the tm's will never accept.)
The teamonkeys are more like the people who wanted the articles of confederation to be renewed, and boycotted the constitutional convention. They were extremely paranoid about any government they couldn't see from their back yard. (They were the FoxNews audience of their day).
Like the teamonkeys will be, these nincompoops are a mere footnote in American history. Once they got out of the way, real progress began.
I hate when these threads get off topic. I will pray for forgiveness from FSM for the anger I am feeling toward all of you.
Yes folks, well done, you guessed it, it's yet another false flag operation.
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