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(Talking Points Memo)   Putin says Russia's tip on Boston Bombing suspects had "no operative significance" IT'S A CONSPIRACY   (tpmdc.talkingpointsmemo.com) divider line 4
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2013-04-29 11:11:11 AM
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Didn't we get warnings on 9/11? It seems if you want to commit a terrorist act in the US just have a foreign government send a warning to the FBI and they will look away while you do it.
2013-04-29 11:03:27 AM
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Samwise Gamgee: "Some people there are saying now (not the US Administration but they are politicians) that the surviving terrorist suspect should be declared a prisoner of war. They have completely lost their marbles. A prisoner of which war? Has the civil war between the North and the South started again? What complete nonsense. They are talking gibberish."

 I like this.


wouldn't that be the whole "war on terror" that I've heard so much about the last decade or so ?
2013-04-29 10:18:52 AM
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sage254: entire Couscous region


What does pasta have to do with this?
2013-04-29 10:12:22 AM
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ringersol: TFA: "Putin also declared that Americans who want to see the surviving suspect branded a "prisoner of war" have "completely lost their marbles.""

When you're to the right of *Putin*...


Putin would have killed the kid and no one would have said sh*t.
 
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