Libs, did you know the bomber wasn't a right wing radical?

You can stop screeching about how the right wants to murder all of our children, and start pleading for tolerance and understanding now. The bomber was a Saudi national.

"Authorities have a identified a suspect, a Saudi national, who is currently being guarded in a Boston hospital with shrapnel wounds."

http://www.nypost.com/p/news/national/two_explosio...

Update:

Actually I do, because I read it in an article. The same article that I posted.

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  • 8 years ago
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    I answered in your other similar (and now deleted) question that basically we shouldn't be in such a rush to judgment. In these sorts of crisis, the media often gets it wrong, the sources are dubious and the authorities haven't a clue. Haven't you learned that yet?

    Isn't one of the things about being a "conservative" that one is also a bit "cautious"? The news report I just heard (5 hours after you posted this statement) is that the authorities have NO ONE in custody, let alone a Saudi national. Now whether or not THAT statement is right...well, unlike you perhaps, I've learned to reserve judgment for the time being.

  • Anonymous
    4 years ago

    back in the time of the Revolution it replaced into the traditional shopkeeper, farmer, and blacksmith that fought against tyranny. Our forefathers feared a standing military, so that they created the 2d modification. the reason being they feared that a standing military ought to be used to oppress the individuals, and carry out this is own will extremely than that of the individuals. We observed an occasion of this whilst the national shelter and police have been used to confiscate people's materials with out any due technique, in entire violation of the 5th modification, after hurricane Katrina. consequently, this is no longer our militia that secures our freedoms that's us, the yank people. As for burning the flag, it was an emblem of freedom. even with the shown fact that, over the years it has exchange into extra an emblem of oppression. All one has to do is examine most of the legislations that has been handed. i'm going to easily call most of the present the Patriot Act, actual identity Act, militia Commissions Act, the hot FISA legislations, the warrant much less wiretapping, the suspension of the Habeaus Corpus. we can combat to the death to maintain somebody from burning that flag, yet shall we care much less with regards to the form and our liberties secured to us via the bill of Rights. So, once you notice me burn that flag and boycott the troops, that's to no longer have a good time freedom yet to protest against tyranny and the freedoms we've lost.

  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    Well, the suspect is a Saudi national. Interesting how you jump to the conclusion that he's guilty. That approach to justice is very much like the Saudi approach, isn't it, Shirazz? Guilty until proven innocent?

    Oh, the irony.

  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    We don't know anything yet.

    Remember how when Eric Rudolph bombed Atlanta, the first guy arrested as a suspect was some security guard who had only been trying to help?

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  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    Yep, the script changed quickly huh?

  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    And since most people in the middle east are right wingers...

  • I would consider most saudi's to be very right wing and very radical, compared to my beliefs... lol

    but not American conservative right wing..

  • 8 years ago

    Wow, tried and convicted so fast.

  • Maddie
    Lv 4
    8 years ago

    Congrats DICK!

  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    You dont know a thing so soon.

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