Saddam Captured! (1 Viewer)

John Corn

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I hope this capture starts to put an end to the bloodshed in this Country, and the rebuilding of their nation can begin.

Excellent work by OUR MILITARY!!
 

jrrdy1380

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The best Christmas present no amount of money could buy-Hussein captured!!!

OUTSTANDING!!!
CONGRATS TO OUR MILITARY AND PRAYERS FOR OUR SAFE RETURN TO OUR TROOPS!!!

GOD BLESS THE USA AND TO OUR ALLIES THAT SUPPORTED OUR EFFORTS IN THIS HEROIC STRUGGLE!!!
 

gpflepsen

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SlicerMDM

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Sep 7, 2003
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Ya know, since Satellite Guys was where I found out about this story, "technically"...

I heard it here first at SatelliteGuys.US. Once again you've come through with the big stories, Scott! :D
 

SlicerMDM

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Sep 7, 2003
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I guess you're one of those people -- with 1351 posts, second only to the person that runs this board. Not that there's anything wrong with that. :)

I often ask myself why I pay $80/mo for TV when I really don't watch it that much. All that for just a handful of shows throughout the week.
 

Roger

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Sep 11, 2003
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BS... Saddam was not captured since he left the country before the war started. See my post at dbsforums.com for details.

http://www.boston.com/news/nation/washington/articles/2003/12/15/bush_signs_bill_extending_fbi_powers?mode=PF


On Saddam Saturday what did Bush do under this diversion?

Bush signs bill extending FBI powers
By Associate Press, 12/15/2003

WASHINGTON -- President Bush has signed legislation making it easier for FBI agents investigating terrorism to demand financial records from casinos, car dealerships, and other businesses.

The changes were included in a bill authorizing 2004 intelligence programs. Most of the details of the bill are secret, including the total cost of the programs, which are estimated to be about $40 billion. That would be slightly more than Bush had requested.

Bush signed the bill Saturday, the White House announced.

The bill expands the number of businesses from which the FBI and other US authorities conducting intelligence work can demand financial records without seeking court approval.

Under current law, "national security letters" can be issued to traditional financial institutions, such as banks and credit unions, to require them to turn over information. The bill expands the definition of financial institution to include other businesses that deal with large amounts of cash.

Supporters of the change say it will help authorities identify money laundering and other activities that fund terrorism. But some lawmakers and civil liberties advocates say the change does not provide enough safeguards to ensure that authorities will not violate the privacy of innocent people.

In other provisions, the bill:

Requires the CIA director to prepare a report as soon as possible on what intelligence agencies have learned from their experiences in Iraq.

Creates a Treasury Department office to work with intelligence agencies on fighting terrorist financing.

Creates pilot programs to share raw data between agencies.

Authorizes agencies to continue research on computerized terrorism surveillance suspended by the Pentagon.

Nope, you'll never catch a billinaire in a hole. Especailly a former CIA hitman and Bush business partner in the BCCI bank scandel. Don't be stupid now and fall this Bush charade to give him points in the polls.
 

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