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quote:
Originally posted by glassman:
Let's see...

we don't have Osama,

we don't even know who did the Anthrax letters..

we got the DC snipers(a trucker caught them)

we have Saddam, but here'e the REAL proof that he didn't do ANYTHING to US KATE.......


this is ABSOLUTE and you will have to agree that he didn't do ANYTHING at all to US after i tell you this........


LOL- if we caught all these folks i would give bush Zero credit.


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quote:
Originally posted by keithsan:
What about the kurds?

sorry kate, was going thru quote at a time. you had already brought it up.


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quote:
Originally posted by glassman:
if Saddam Hussein was guilty of anything worth going to war over........

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WE WOULD BE TRYING HIM HERE IN THE USA....
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Why?

World would hate it if he's executed in U.S.A. ?

I think its great thought so before, let the iraqi's hang the maggot.


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i'm still trying to find out how many and the dates.....
it's kindo f murky, but we are not talking about genocide by any stretch....

the Kurds are not popular in Turkey either,
Turkey got real mad at us whan we armed them...


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The greeks arent real popular in turkey either.....i'm not quite sure anyone is.

Being unpopular and gassing whole areas are 2 different things, you can defend iraq's action if you want.

Hey, i got one, its our fault, we sold the lead that made the pencils that they used to draw the plans and order the material to make the weapons and kill the people.

Who was president then, damn what were they thinking!

[This message has been edited by keithsan (edited October 05, 2004).]


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I just hope everybody really thinks seriously about any repurcussions from electing or re-electing either one. I also hope that everyone votes for what is best for THIS country (where our true loyalty should lie) and not on a platform basis.
I am a registered independent for a reason...because I don't hold with being loyal to any party who is not doing the best job....and being the president IS a 4 yr JOB. The president IS at the mercy of the people if we choose to use the power we can use...sadly most don't.

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Here's some real time analysis from last
debate.

Kerry Flip-Flops On Iraq's Ties To Al Qaeda
Tonight's Flip: In Response To Question Four John Kerry Said Iraq Was
Not Close To The War On Terror Until The President Invaded It.
Yesterday's Flop: Kerry Warned Of Saddam's Ties To Terrorism. SEN. JOHN
KERRY: "[T]here are set of principles here that are very large, larger
in some measure than I think has been adequately conveyed, both
internationally and certainly to the American people. Saddam Hussein has
already used these weapons and has made it clear that he has the intent
to continue to try, by virtue of his duplicity and secrecy, to continue
to do so. That is a threat to the stability of the Middle East. It is a
threat with respect to the potential of terrorist activities on a global
basis. It is a threat even to regions near but not exactly in the Middle
East." (Sen. John Kerry, Press Conference, 2/23/98)
Kerry Confuses His Position On The Iraq War
Kerry Tonight: "The President And I Have Always Agreed On That, And
From The Beginning, I Did Vote To Give The Authority Because I Thought
Saddam Hussein Was A Threat." (Sen. John Kerry, First Presidential
Debate, Miami, FL, 9/30/04)
Kerry Earlier This Month: Iraq Is "The Wrong War In The Wrong Place At
The Wrong Time." "Democratic presidential nominee John Kerry on Monday
called the invasion of Iraq 'the wrong war in the wrong place at the
wrong time' and said his goal was to withdraw U.S. troops in his first
White House term." (Patricia Wilson, " Kerry on Iraq: Wrong War, Wrong
Place, Wrong Time", Reuters, 9/6/04)
Kerry In May 2003: In First Dem Debate, Kerry Strongly Supported
President's Action In Iraq. SEN. JOHN KERRY: "I said at the time I would
have preferred if we had given diplomacy a greater opportunity, but I
think it was the right decision to disarm Saddam Hussein, and when the
President made the decision, I supported him, and I support the fact
that we did disarm him." (ABC News, Democrat Presidential Candidate
Debate, Columbia, SC, 5/3/03)
Kerry's False Statement On Supporting Our Troops
In Response To Question Four John Kerry Said, "My Message To The Troops
Is Also Thank You For What They're Doing But It's Also Help Is On The
Way. I Believe Those Troops Deserve Better Than What They Are Getting
Today." (Sen. John Kerry, First Presidential Debate, Miami, FL,
9/30/04)
The Real Record: Kerry Voted Against $87 Billion In Funding To Equip
Our Troops In Iraq And Afghanistan With Essential Supplies Like
Ammunition And Body Armor.
Kerry Has Already Taken Eight Positions On The $87 Billion:
* Kerry Said It Would Be "Irresponsible" To Vote Against Funding
Troops. Doyle McManus (LA Times): "If that amendment does not pass,
will you then vote against the $87 billion?" Kerry: "I don't think any
United States senator is going to abandon our troops and recklessly
leave Iraq to - to whatever follows as a result of simply cutting and
running. That's irresponsible." (CBS' "Face the Nation," 9/14/03)
* Kerry Claims "I Actually Did Vote For The $87 Billion Before I
Voted Against It." (Sen. John Kerry, Speech In Huntington, WV, 3/16/04)
* Kerry Later Said He Was "Proud" That He And Edwards Voted
Against $87 Billion In Funding For U.S. Soldiers. "Here is the value
that John Edwards and I will put in place. I'm proud to say that John
joined me in voting against that $87 billion when we knew the policy had
to be changed." (John Kerry, Remarks at "Women's Voices: A Luncheon
with John Kerry," Boston, MA, 7/12/04)
* Kerry Then Said His Vote Against Body Armor And Supplies For
Troops Was "Complicated." (MSNBC's "Imus in the Morning," 7/15/04)
* Kerry Even Said His Vote For The War And Against Funding For Our
Troops Was "Not A Flip-Flop."(CBS' "Evening News," 7/21/04)
* Kerry Then Defended His Vote Against The $87 Billion By Saying
President Bush "Didn't Have A Plan To Win The Peace, It Was
Irresponsible To Give [President Bush] A Blank Check That Gave $20
Billion That Was Going To Go.To Halliburton And All These Other
Companies." (Mike Allen And Lois Romano, "Closing Laps In Race To
November," The Washington Post, 9/4/04)
* Kerry Said He's "Glad" He Voted Against The Iraq Supplemental.
KERRY: "Because I saw what was happening. I voted against it --
absolutely voted against it. I'm glad I voted against it. Because we now
see that that $20 billion hasn't even been spent effectively. Most of
it's going to Halliburton in fraud and no-bid contracts which is
completely inappropriate. I'd fire Halliburton tomorrow." (CBS' "The
Late Show With David Letterman," 9/20/04)
* Kerry Said His Vote Against The Iraq Supplemental "Was A
Protest. Sometimes You Have To Stand Up And Be Counted." KERRY: "But
it reflects the truth of the position, which is I fought to have the
wealthiest people in America share the burden of paying for that war.
It was a protest. Sometimes you have to stand up and be counted, and
that's what I did." (ABC's "Good Morning America," 9/29/04)
Kerry's False Statement On The President's Truthfulness
In Response To Question Nine John Kerry Claimed He's "Never, Ever" Used
Word "Lying" In Reference To President Bush On Iraq. JIM LEHRER: "New
question, Senator Kerry. Two minutes. You've repeatedly accused
President Bush, not here tonight but elsewhere before, of not telling
the truth about Iraq. Essentially, of lying to the American people about
Iraq. Give us some examples of what you consider to be his not telling
the truth." SEN. KERRY: "Well, I've never, ever used the harshest word
as you just did." (Sen. John Kerry, First Presidential Debate, Miami,
FL, 9/30/04)
In September 2003, Kerry Said Bush Administration "Lied" And "Misled."
"This administration has lied to us. They have misled us. And they
have broken their promises to us. The president promised to the people
and the Congress that he would build an international coalition, respect
the United Nations' process and only go to war as a last resort. I will
tell you that from my war fighting experience, I believe there is a test
for a president as to how you go to war. And that test is whether or
not you can look in the eyes of parents and say to them, 'I did
everything possible to avoid the loss of your son and daughter, but we
had no other choice in order to protect the security of our nation,' and
I know this president fails that test in Iraq." (Sen. John Kerry,
Campaign Event, Claremont, NH, 9/20/03)
Kerry Flip-Flops On Preemption
Tonight's Flip: In Response To Question 13 John Kerry Said "The
President Always Has The Right, And Always Has Had The Right For
Preemptive Strike." (Sen. John Kerry, First Presidential Debate, Miami,
FL, 9/30/04)
Yesterday's Flop: In 2003 Boston Globe Guest Commentary, Kerry Denounced
"The Threat Of Military Preemption Against Terrorist Organizations." "It
is troubling that this administration's approach to the menace of loose
nuclear materials is long on rhetoric but short on execution. It relies
unwisely on the threat of military preemption against terrorist
organizations, which can be defeated if they are found but will not be
deterred by our military might." (John Kerry, Op-Ed, "Moscow Treaty Is
Full Of Holes, The Boston Globe, 3/5/03)
Kerry Criticizes President Bush's "Doctrine Of Preemption." GEORGE
STEPHANOPOULOS: "(Off Camera) ... you would have your own doctrine of
preemption, then?" SENATOR JOHN KERRY: "George, every president from the
beginning, uh, of time, has had a sufficient doctrine of preemption.
Throughout the Cold War, the entire first strike doctrine was based on a
doctrine of preemption. But that's very different from the Bush doctrine
of preemption. I don't subscribe to the George Bush doctrine as he has
described it, which is very different. It's a preemptive war for the
purpose of removing, simply removing the dictator." (ABC's "This Week,"
2/22/04)
Kerry's False Statement On UN Involvement
Kerry's False Statement: Kerry Denigrates The UN Coalition. In response
to question nine John Kerry said, "The United Nations, Kofi Annan,
offered help after Baghdad fell and we never picked them up on that and
did what was necessary to transfer authority and to transfer
reconstruction. It was always American run. Secondly, when we went in,
there were three countries: Great Britain, Australia and the United
States. That's not a grand coalition. We can do better." (Sen. John
Kerry, First Presidential Debate, Miami, FL, 9/30/04)
A Multinational Force Of Some 30 Nations Continues To Help Secure A Free
Iraq. PRESIDENT BUSH: "The multinational force of some 30 nations
continues to help secure a free Iraq, and we are grateful for the
service and sacrifice of all." (President's Radio Address, 9/25/04)
In Addition to the United States, Other Coalition Members Are Providing
Approximately 25,000 Troops To Assist Our Efforts In Iraq. (Robert
Burns, "U.S. Offensive Hinges on Iraq Elections," The Associated Press,
9/29/04)


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quote:
Originally posted by keithsan:
The greeks arent real popular in turkey either.....i'm not quite sure anyone is.

Being unpopular and gassing whole areas are 2 different things, you can defend iraq's action if you want.

Hey, i got one, its our fault, we sold the lead that made the pencils that they used to draw the plans and order the material to make the weapons and kill the people.

Who was president then, damn what were they thinking!

[This message has been edited by keithsan (edited October 05, 2004).]


gee Keith that's LOW BLOW i ain't defending Iraq's actions....WAH. cheater,...quit pickin on me.....LOL

i think we had Sadam well in hand...
i am NOT anti-war... i am anti-stupidity....
so what if he was shooting decrepit WORTHLESS anti-aircraft missiles at our overflights....
OUR guys flying over Iraq were getting plenty of practice for the real-deal....that's about the full extent of Saddam's transgressions that matter as far as i am concerned....


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Seems that I would much rather have all the dumb ones going to Iraq to try and kill Americans than coming here or anywhere else.


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that was what i ASSUMED the plan was....

but some of the stuff that i have been finding out makes me wonder....

i am taking most of my cues NOT from the democrats, but from INTEL reports that are being de-classified...


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if you think Kerry is a flip-flopper, you should pay closer attention to the way the Bush admin keeps having to re-dress key issues....

i am no Kerry fan....i don't think he is a magic bullet to fix our problems,
but, re-affirming the job we have seen over the last 3 years IMO would be a tragedy...


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What folks dont get is that by US being there and invading, those actions fuelss the fire in creating more Anti-american sentiment and hatred towards us. The fire is ignited and momentum building where there
are actually more muslim extremists wanting to gfight us. And more means more likihood that they will be hwere . When? God hopes Never but our actions also create the world. Our actions have fueld the fire and we either put it out or we risk the future iof america. How best to put it out? National discourse???

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Bremer is just the LATEST Bush man to jump ship....

i heard Rumsfeld get interviewed by Fox yesterday too..he had to re-dress his statments there....he said Iraq was a lot harder than he expected...after he got off the air, he must have gotten scolded again, cuz he was back "re-stating" his first statements ...NO LOL

they all FLIP-FLOP, they are POLITICIANS

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quote:
Originally posted by glassman:
gee Keith that's LOW BLOW i ain't defending Iraq's actions....WAH. cheater,...quit pickin on me.....LOL

i think we had Sadam well in hand...
i am NOT anti-war... i am anti-stupidity....
so what if he was shooting decrepit WORTHLESS anti-aircraft missiles at our overflights....
OUR guys flying over Iraq were getting plenty of practice for the real-deal....that's about the full extent of Saddam's transgressions that matter as far as i am concerned....


Just kiddin' glass....at least i dont think you're a sadam fan. I dont but the he was contained argument.

time for baseball.


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wwhawahw cheater liarlair pantsonfire....
you were not kiddin your playin' th sspin game too nofair...LOL


wait till the day after election day if you think it's been fun so far!

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cheney vs. edwards tonight

whats worse running a anti-environment oil company.

or bilking millions from insurance companies on unfactual claims.

i dont think i'll watch.


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i can't wait....

i expect this to be a bloodbath....


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quote:
Originally posted by glassman:
i can't wait....

i expect this to be a bloodbath....


I'll be watching too Glassman...


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OK tonight on NBC nightly news, i finally saw some of the democrat commercials that distorted the truth too.....
sortof....
well kind of...
a little anyway......LOL

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quote:
Originally posted by glassman:
OK tonight on NBC nightly news, i finally saw some of the democrat commercials that distorted the truth too.....
sortof....
well kind of...
a little anyway......LOL

Unfortunately it's doubtful that we'll ever have candidates who don't distort the truth....


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Cheney vs Edwards:

No blood bath. Either a draw or a very, very slight edge to Edwards.


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well, it got a little heated tonight...not the bloodbath tho..

i think Cheney looked grumpy and angry, not quite the same as Bush did, but not his best performance either... still think the Bush camp is showing ragged edges .....


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i thought cheney did better.

my wife (who hates bush) thought edwards was awful.


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i don't think Cheney won on any point....
Edwards did his job...
tomorrow Edwards will be declared the winner on the popular vote but not by as strong a margin as Kerry beat Bush the other night...

55-45


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the transcripts will be fun....
Edwards did some serious damage with facts....

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i turn to Fox news-- i see no smiles and i hear them trying to convince themselves (and US) Cheney won...

that means he lost...cuz if he had won, they would just be partying like they were at the Republicn convention...


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Chalk another one up for Kerry/Edwards.


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Cheney smacked him a couple of good ones.Also edwards broke the rules numerous times going back to previous questions.I give a 12 round close unamious decision to cheney.Of course anyone here who say's they don't have a little biased opinion depending on which way there leaning would be full of it.
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I was left wondering how to get at ALL of the REAL truth?????
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ok, first i thought cheney presented better.
(as i did kerry last debate)

second i thought edwards came across poorly.
bright red, long blinks when nailed.

the worst person in the whole thing was the moderator. she was brutal.

Edwards continuosly said kerry and I kerry and I with that silly hand gesture, i wanted to punch him.

I thought cheney did better expressing the facts. I thought he chewed up edwards especially so on the 90% of casualties when he broke down the numbers.

I then thought it was smart of Edwards to go back and state coalition casualties. but, i was wrong cause cheney nailed him on that.(not wanting to count Iraqi's).

Now if your political affiliations or love/hatred for one of the candidates doesnt allow you to see that point, then i really cant argue with you.

thats just one point in the debate, but what i consider one of the better exchanges that cheney clearly won.

(this is just going off debate moments. as i said when kerry looked better, if you check his position it was a new one...)

Funniest part of this campaign: kerry and edwards statements "we will hunt down and kill terrorist wherever they are" bull!-and its almost a bush quote-LOL


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Yeah,
It was mentioned after debate by Bryan Williams that each one was right about casualties, depending on how you sliced the pie. Cheney added Iraqis in as though part of the "coalition forces" whereas Edwards did not.

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quote:
Originally posted by SCinFL:
Yeah,
It was mentioned after debate by Bryan Williams that each one was right about casualties, depending on how you sliced the pie. Cheney added Iraqis in as though part of the "coalition forces" whereas Edwards did not.

ok, but, were talking debate perforamnce as we did kerry/bush, where i definately felt bush had much more consistant substance, and kerry looked better and spoke better.

another good one for cheney was about meeting the senator for the first time on that floor.-wham
(thought edwards looked like a little frustrated kid-LOL, hope nothing happens to kerry and he's president)ouch


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it's interesting to me that anybody would count the Iraq casusalties in the coalition forces.....

that's not a factual win for Cheney....

how many are insurgents? how many were collateral damage from OUR bombs......

no, that is just a CROCK....

second fact that Cheney has problems with....
i haven't got the transcripts YET, but i distinctly heard Cheney say he NEVER said Saddam was part of 9-11....
NOW....if Cheney never said it and Bush never said it..then WTF are we doing there?????
and why is everybody that supports them using 9-11 as the rationale??????

Edwards slapped Cheney pretty hard, but Cheney got some slaps back... they just don't realy hurt Kerry..


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Keith...Cheney and Edwards were both on Meet the The Press on the same day one time...funny how they didn't meet then ain't it???

Cheney has SERIUOS fact issues.....


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AT this point I am an undecided voter based on record, however, I still stick to my story about thinking that internationally Bush should go...lest I be thought a "flip-flopper"(LMAO).. just trying to weed through the BS....
Honestly I don't see where we have a decent choice on either side, and that's probably something that Republicans and Democrats can agree with me on.
Oh well, one of them is going to get elected prez for 4 yrs. I'll remain hopeful.

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