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bdgee
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We don't need to win in Iraq.

We need to get the hell out of their country and apologize to the world for letting king dubya, with not just a pack but a whole case of lies, flavored and spiced with sick and selfish deception, get us in there in the first

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hey bdg, Hillary isn't even planning on leaving Iraq, and she's already been 'lected (if you believe the media) [Big Grin]


i like that Ron Paul got 5 million$...

at least one truthful candidate is going to be at the debates...

he needs 5millmore...

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He needs a whole lot more then $5 mil lol Hillary bagged $27 Million over Obama's $20 million recently... about a 35% increase over him they said in the papers... Hil pretty much has the nomination from the Dem's and will get my vote... [Big Grin]

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oh, i don't expect him to win, i just like the fact that he's honest and says what's on his mind, nobody else has the guts to do that...
the 5 million will keep him in the race till the end..

so far? i haven't heard Hillary answer a single question with an answer... all she does is talk chit, basically the same chit Bush talks

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In my spare time (what there has been of it with freezers packed with food going on the fritz in the night and tree rats romping and cavorting in the attic and even some honest endeavors) I have been wondering why it is we can believe we are not being just as crude when we type "chit" for "****" and how we can believe we aren't being out of place to call someone an A-hole rather than spelling out what everyone knows we are really saying.

But then, what the hey. I can recall when people had yards for dogs and cats and kids to romp in instead of lawns to worship and compare and fight over and to spend the money on we should be banking for juniors college fund.

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LOL... i'm still waiting to find out what Hiallry stands for...

i know for instnace that Barak was against the war, and i know Edwards has made a heartfelt (IMO) apology for voting for the war...

but Hillary? i really have no idea what she stands for..

it certainly isn't change...


she's the media favorite..

i've been watching the media pumpr her up for the last few months.. on nothing but hot air..

until this week? she was ONLY ahead in national polls.. she was not ahead in any state polls...

that smells funny to me. like chit [Big Grin]

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quote:
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Originally posted by bdgee:

In my spare time (what there has been of it with freezers packed with food going on the fritz in the night and tree rats romping and cavorting in the attic and even some honest endeavors)
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Don't you know we are only suppose to do the fun things in life when we get past 50.

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That is fun things.
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Guess we just have different ideas of fun. Glad to see your not sick. It appears by your posts that everything is okay. [Smile]
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Well, I think everything is ok, but then, sometimes I think differently from others.

But thank you.

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I'd like to take this brief opportunity to remind a surfer that France has a history of standing up for oppressed nations. They have even gone so far as to bestow amazing landmarks of national pride to their friends. Just because they did not join us in a witch hunt for weapons of mass invisibility does not mean they have not supported the American nation or its ideals. In fact you could say they were instrumental to the creation of them.

We want to use our military to help spread democracy? We should have taken a lesson from the French. We missed a golden opportunity last week in Myanmar. Now all the monks in that country are missing. Somehow I doubt they went on strike.

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quote:
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I'd like to take this brief opportunity to remind a surfer that France has a history of standing up for oppressed nations. They have even gone so far as to bestow amazing landmarks of national pride to their friends. Just because they did not join us in a witch hunt for weapons of mass invisibility does not mean they have not supported the American nation or its ideals. In fact you could say they were instrumental to the creation of them.

We want to use our military to help spread democracy? We should have taken a lesson from the French. We missed a golden opportunity last week in Myanmar. Now all the monks in that country are missing. Somehow I doubt they went on strike.

BF

YES!!!
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thanks BF.

I thought the last war they fought was the 100 year war in the 14 and 15 hundreds...

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Thought?

U.S. revolution

1812

WWI

North Affrica

WWII

Viet Nam

Gulf War

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The 1983 Beirut barracks bombing was a major incident on October 23, 1983, during the Lebanese Civil War. Two truck bombs struck buildings in Beirut housing U.S. and French members of the Multinational Force in Lebanon, killing hundreds of servicemen, the majority being U.S. Marines.

President Ronald Reagan called the attack a "despicable act" and pledged to keep a military force in Lebanon. Secretary of Defense Caspar Weinberger said there would be no change in the U.S.'s Lebanon policy. On October 24 French President François Mitterrand visited the French bomb site. It was not an official visit, and he only stayed for a few hours, but he did declare: "We will stay." U.S. Vice President George Bush toured the Marine bombing site on October 26 and said the U.S. "would not be cowed by terrorists."

In retaliation for the attacks, France launched an air strike in the Beqaa Valley against Iranian Revolutionary Guard positions. President Reagan assembled his national security team and planned to target the Sheik Abdullah barracks in Baalbek, Lebanon, which housed Iranian Revolutionary Guards believed to be training Hezbollah fighters. But Defense Secretary Caspar Weinberger aborted the mission, reportedly because of his concerns that it would harm U.S. relations with other Arab nations.


On February 7, 1984, President Reagan ordered the Marines to begin withdrawal from Lebanon. This was completed on February 26; the rest of the MNF was withdrawn by April.

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Jeez..... Nobody got my sarcasm........
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