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Afghanistan hostages

Discussion in 'General Discussions' started by zachrules, Jul 29, 2007.

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  1. zachrules

    zachrules Level II

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    When do you think america will finally end all of the crises' in afghanistan, pakistan, and iraq.

    I wonder what will happen in 50 years.
     
  2. kittymeow

    kittymeow Level II

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    I don't believe america will end anything but will be forced out of it. 50 years probably looking bad..There will probably be extremely depleted resources and fights, hopefully not wars, between countries for resources to be spread around, but that is HIGHLY unlickly, I hope.
     
  3. omglook

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    i think that america one day will just end it all with a nuke -_-
     
  4. kittymeow

    kittymeow Level II

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    America is ( I believe) one of the only countries to use the atomic bomb EVER, so it is possible, but other countries got better nukes and is not afraid to use them.
     
  5. Mr Awesome

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    George Bush won't get president next time and i think that will be when the fighting stops. Hopefully nobody takes any more hostages! Taking hostages is disgraceful!
     
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    November 2007
     
  7. chenran1212

    chenran1212 Level II

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    Attack will be forever if America act as a international police.
     
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    doubt it will happen though... as long america doesn't have full control of those contires.........
     
  9. test123

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    basically afghan will bomb australia, america bombs afghan then korea bombs america otherwise bomb chain
     
  10. twinkies

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    It'll all end when Bush isn't reelected, many people in america don't support the war in Iraq and not to mention it's already costing them young lives, resources and a lot of money. The U.S will probably be forced to leave and it'll probably take a few years in Iraq for things to settle down after they leave.
     
  11. xace

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    I agree, all of this will be over once Bush is out. Personally, I hope that Hilary gets the spot, but whomever does get it, I hope they are better than who've we have had for the last 8 years because this is getting ridiculous. I have not once supported this war. Supporting a war is insane. That doesn't mean I don't support the troops, but a war is inside. That's like saying you support death and hatred. My opinion. *shrugs*
     
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    I think the support of the war (which I did not support) was sky rocketed at 9-11 and then it calmed down and then Bush blatantly lied about them having weapons of mass destruction so he lied to us to get the support..

    Stupid Bush.
     
  13. chenran1212

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    end up with a nuclear bomb

    Please don't gravedig. --lbadmus
     
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