Trouble in Liberal Paradise?

Discussion in 'Politics' started by Tom B, May 4, 2009.

  1. Tom B

    Tom B

    Democrats drop funds to close Gitmo

    May 4 01:56 PM US/Eastern

    WASHINGTON (AP) - House Democrats are refusing to pay for President Barack Obama's plan to relocate prisoners from the Guantanamo detention facility where enemy combatants are being held.

    Obama has signed an executive order to close the facility at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, by early next year. But the Pentagon has yet to come up with a plan on where to put the 240 or so prisoners. Between 50-100 are likely to be sent to the United States.

    No lawmaker wants the accused terrorists in their backyard.

    House Democrats unveiled a $94.4 billion war funding bill Monday and it had no money for the relocation plan.

    The step is not likely to be the last word, however. If needed, money could be transferred later—without a politically difficult vote.
  2. i heard Landis has volunteered to house his friends:D
  3. How much brains does it take to think of sending them back to where they came from.
  4. To hell with that.

    Push them through the fence into Cuba, and let them handle it.
  5. Cesko


    :D :D :D :D :D

    Seriously though, these lefty asses are the most selfish SOBs under the sun. (Life experience.) More talk less walk.

  6. The only reason we still have them is because their countries won't accept them back because they are considered too dangerous.

  7. Mav88


    How much brains does it take to think of sending them back to where they came from.

    WOW! how much brains does it take to realize that sending Khalid Sheikh Mohammed back to Pakistan is really stupid?

    Apparently very little.
  8. How small a brain does it take to assume that I meant to send them back and turn them loose. :D
  9. Lucrum



    In Washington, let alone this administration?

    You're an optimistic guy.
  10. Cutten


    Don't be surprised if a bunch of them drop dead from "swine flu" in the next few months.
    #10     May 5, 2009