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Post by F1V1 on Mon Dec 19, 2011 3:26 pm

There's where your problem is. Our government has been capturing innocent citizens and throwing them in our detainment camps for years for no good reason. These people can be as young as teenagers to as old as dirt and some of them would never hurt a fly. Yet, these people have been endlessly tortured in our prisons, and for what? Explain to me how that's any better than Nazi Germany? I'd rather be shot in the head and killed than to suffer through the torture they've put these people through.

Now that they've passed this bill, U.S. citizens who may be completely innocent are vulnerable to face the same torture as the terrorists who carried out 9/11. If they decide they're going to throw a U.S. citizen in prison without any trial or reasoning behind the arrest, then you'll have protesting, leading back to what I said before. If you don't think they won't do it to someone that's innocent, read the story of Omar Khadr. This kid was thrown in Guantanamo at 16 years of age and tortured senseless until he wished for his God to spare his life so that he wouldn't suffer anymore. He's not the only one to suffer the same cruelty as our military has been doing it for years, and they're approved to do it by our government.
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Re: America: Modern-day Nazi Germany

Post by Blake Camphausen on Mon Dec 19, 2011 3:53 pm

F1V1 wrote:There's where your problem is. Our government has been capturing innocent citizens and throwing them in our detainment camps for years for no good reason. These people can be as young as teenagers to as old as dirt and some of them would never hurt a fly. Yet, these people have been endlessly tortured in our prisons, and for what? Explain to me how that's any better than Nazi Germany? I'd rather be shot in the head and killed than to suffer through the torture they've put these people through.

Now that they've passed this bill, U.S. citizens who may be completely innocent are vulnerable to face the same torture as the terrorists who carried out 9/11. If they decide they're going to throw a U.S. citizen in prison without any trial or reasoning behind the arrest, then you'll have protesting, leading back to what I said before. If you don't think they won't do it to someone that's innocent, read the story of Omar Khadr. This kid was thrown in Guantanamo at 16 years of age and tortured senseless until he wished for his God to spare his life so that he wouldn't suffer anymore. He's not the only one to suffer the same cruelty as our military has been doing it for years, and they're approved to do it by our government.
I am sure I am not the only one who thinks you are taking this WAY to far. Seriously, I get that you are nervous and all, but there comes a time where you need to calm down and think about things more logically.
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Re: America: Modern-day Nazi Germany

Post by Ben Atkins on Mon Dec 19, 2011 4:33 pm

Blake Camphausen wrote:
F1V1 wrote:There's where your problem is. Our government has been capturing innocent citizens and throwing them in our detainment camps for years for no good reason. These people can be as young as teenagers to as old as dirt and some of them would never hurt a fly. Yet, these people have been endlessly tortured in our prisons, and for what? Explain to me how that's any better than Nazi Germany? I'd rather be shot in the head and killed than to suffer through the torture they've put these people through.

Now that they've passed this bill, U.S. citizens who may be completely innocent are vulnerable to face the same torture as the terrorists who carried out 9/11. If they decide they're going to throw a U.S. citizen in prison without any trial or reasoning behind the arrest, then you'll have protesting, leading back to what I said before. If you don't think they won't do it to someone that's innocent, read the story of Omar Khadr. This kid was thrown in Guantanamo at 16 years of age and tortured senseless until he wished for his God to spare his life so that he wouldn't suffer anymore. He's not the only one to suffer the same cruelty as our military has been doing it for years, and they're approved to do it by our government.
I am sure I am not the only one who thinks you are taking this WAY to far. Seriously, I get that you are nervous and all, but there comes a time where you need to calm down and think about things more logically.

It's not that he's nervous, it's that he's thinking of what could happen.

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Re: America: Modern-day Nazi Germany

Post by F1V1 on Mon Dec 19, 2011 6:04 pm

Blake Camphausen wrote:I am sure I am not the only one who thinks you are taking this WAY to far. Seriously, I get that you are nervous and all, but there comes a time where you need to calm down and think about things more logically.

I am sure I am not the only one who feels you aren't really contributing anything important to my thread. You clearly haven't been reading a single thing I've been posting if you still believe I'm not thinking "logically" about this, so maybe you should before you post again. This has nothing to do with me being nervous, as I have no reason to be nervous. I'm mostly concerned for the people that could potentially be affected by this that don't deserve it and the ensured consequences that will follow.
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