but the real thing is...america were hit under there noses in there own back yard! thats the interesting part, because they thought and everyone thought that they were invincible! seeing the biggest and the worlds most powerful nation in the world brought to its knees was very scary!
What a load of tosh.
The US was hit in it's own backyard on December 7th 1941 and we all know what the end result was.
Like Tojo and Admiral Yamamoto before him, bin liner thought he could hurt America, but the Taliban got creamed instead.
When the going gets tough, the Marine Corp gets going.
thats very true but one is on home soil and the other isnt...plus since then america beefed up there security by 1000%
live and learn! just like the vietnam war...if america didnt fight in the vietnam war then today they would probably have struggled to fend of the iraqi's...in terms of guerrilla warfare! one cannot beat it!
Did Donald Rumsfeld teach logic at your high school by any chance?
nope...gerry adams did
i loved that guy rummy! bit of a character he was...
I'm doing my final year dissertation on ground zero in New York looking at the reasons people chose to visit it and why its such a popular tourist destination now.
The above quoted text is the topic of this thread, not America's foreign policies, not Gerry Adams or Donald Rumsfeld, and certainly not a comparison of which country's bombings were bigger or better or more disasterous in nature. Please keep your responses relevent to the subject matter. Thank you.