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Old 03-27-2009, 08:54 AM   #1
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Default WHAT? My taxes are now going to pay for the released terrorists?

Jiminey Cricket!

SHOOT ME NOW AND PUT ME OUT OF MY MISERY!

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"WASHINGTON (AP) ... ...

During his news conference, Blair also said the Obama administration is still wrestling with what to do with the remaining 240 detainees at the Guantanamo Bay Naval Base, which the president has ordered closed.

Some of the detainees, deemed non-threatening, may be released into the United States as free men, Blair confirmed.

That would happen when they can't be returned to their home countries, because the governments either won't take them or the U.S. fears they will be abused or tortured. That is the case with 17 Uighers (WEE'-gurz), Chinese Muslim separatists who were cleared for release from the jail long ago. The U.S. can't find a country willing to take them, and it will not turn them over to China.

Blair said the former prisoners would have get some sort of assistance to start their new lives in the United States.

"We can't put them out on the street," he said.

Blair said the U.S. government is building dossiers on each of the prisoners at Guantanamo and is still developing the process that will determine what happens to them. Some may face criminal trials in the U.S. civilian courts and be imprisoned in U.S. jails. Others will be remanded to their home governments for continued jailing or potential rehabilitation.

The Pentagon claims more than 60 former Guantanamo inmates have been released by their home governments and are believed to be engaged in militant activities. It has not released a list of those former prisoners. Two of the top al-Qaida leaders in Yemen are former inmates, according to both al-Qaida and U.S. intelligence officials. And the Taliban's top operations officer in southern Afghanistan was released from Guantanamo in 2007, according to U.S. intelligence and military officials."... ...


Excerpted from: http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/...N4QOQD975U2TG0
UNBELIEVABLE! More Welfare recipients for us hard-working taxpayers to bust our rears for?

I wonder what McCain would have done with them? Wait, never mind, he never would have scheduled Guantanamo closed in the first damned place!!!

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the Obama administration is still wrestling with what to do with the remaining 240 detainees at the Guantanamo Bay Naval Base, which the president has ordered closed.
Talk about not thinking things through to completion and reality.

Man it's gonna be a long 4 years!
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