Poll: Foxnews.com - Crime or Terror

Poll: Foxnews.com - Crime or Terror

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    Poll: Foxnews.com - Crime or Terror

    Fort Hood Massacre: Act of Terror or Horrific Crime?

    Fort Hood Massacre: Act of Terror or Horrific Crime? - FOXNews.com
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    Done!!

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    Act of terror 93% (50,459 votes)

    Horrific crime 6% (2,985 votes)

    Undecided 1% (706 votes)

    No doubt in my mind it was an act of terror!
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    No matter how much bovine scat the PC crowd throws out it seems a lot of Americans see this event for what it is.....
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    I voted earlier to day, should have posted myself, thansk Tango!

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    I see it as an act of terror based on what we are now learning. Specifically, the emails and contacts that were identified. Without this additional information, I would view it as a horrific criminal event. Much like the deranged/evil individuals that shoot up their former place of employment, McDonalds, Post Office, or what have you.

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    Done; definitely an act of terror and a perfect justification to go hunt down the cleric that inspired this scumbag and put a bullet in the brainpan....
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    Definitely an act of terror.

    If anyone has not seen the Ralph Peters interview from a couple of days ago, look it up now.

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    Well... President Obama... you ticked off and told most of the intelligence forces that you would not support them, you would criminalize what they do, and would hang them out to dry......

    You put the FBI in charge of handling "investigations" .... as if it were a criminal enterprise. They didn't pass the test, when this guy was emailing Al Qaeda and the Inman in Yemen, did they.

    I think it all just failed the smell test............

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    I would have liked to vote Both, because in this country, acts of terror are horrific crimes
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    Quote Originally Posted by varob View Post
    I would have liked to vote Both, because in this country, acts of terror are horrific crimes
    Ditto. I'm still fuming about this.
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    Umm...

    An act of terror is a horrific crime. Terrorism is a crime.
    Further a horrific crime is an act of terror. Criminals whos acts are horrific do so most often by and for purpose of instilling terror.

    They are one in the same.

    To have such a poll is stupid.
    But then it does and has gained Fox hit points for folks going there to 'vote', about nothing.

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    Voted...

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    Act of terror 93%
    Horrific crime 6%
    Undecided 1%
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    I think so and a good lawyer (kinda like military intelligence) could make him fit the legal defintion.

    Definition of Terrorism under U.S. Law

    (From U.S. Code Title 22, Ch.38, Para. 2656f(d)

    (d) Definitions
    As used in this section—
    (1) the term “international terrorism” means terrorism involving citizens or the territory of more than 1 country;
    (2) the term “terrorism” means premeditated, politically motivated violence perpetrated against noncombatant targets by subnational groups or clandestine agents;
    (3) the term “terrorist group” means any group, or which has significant subgroups which practice, international terrorism;
    (4) the terms “territory” and “territory of the country” mean the land, waters, and airspace of the country; and
    (5) the terms “terrorist sanctuary” and “sanctuary” mean an area in the territory of the country—
    (A) that is used by a terrorist or terrorist organization—
    (i) to carry out terrorist activities, including training, fundraising, financing, and recruitment; or
    (ii) as a transit point; and
    (B) the government of which expressly consents to, or with knowledge, allows, tolerates, or disregards such use of its territory and is not subject to a determination under—
    (i) section 2405(j)(1)(A) of the Appendix to title 50;
    (ii) section 2371 (a) of this title; or
    (iii) section 2780 (d) of this title.
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    I voted and I do feel that is was an act of terrorism. Our Government needs to stop living in denial.

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    Voted... if Bush was still President, I guarantee we would have never needed a poll!
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