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 kiara
 
posted on November 25, 2006 09:55:52 PM new
Mingo

Linda, when you fill pages with c&ps interspersed with lols and tsks including your nonstop ranting and bolding and then mix up the UBB code and urls while screaming LIAR to everyone in your path on numerous topics at one time, it's sometimes very difficult to follow what you've actually said. I do my best.

 
 mingotree
 
posted on November 25, 2006 10:09:12 PM new
Ordered to Iraq 10 months before retirement
Iowa teacher-grandmother, 52, in Navy Reserve deploys for security work
Petty Officer 1st Class, Janet Grass of Dubuque, Iowa, gives her son Lt. Tim Grass a hug Thursday before leaving for California for training prior to deployment to Iraq.



Updated: 4:22 p.m. CT May 1, 2006
DUBUQUE, Iowa - A grandmother in eastern Iowa is getting one last call to duty.

Janet Grass, 52, had planned to retire from the military in about 10 months after spending 19 years in the U.S. Navy Reserve. Instead, she has been ordered to leave her job as a special-education teacher in Cascade to do security work in the Middle East.



 
 Helenjw
 
posted on November 26, 2006 05:47:15 AM new
"Linda, when you fill pages with c&ps interspersed with lols and tsks including your nonstop ranting and bolding and then mix up the UBB code and urls while screaming LIAR to everyone in your path on numerous topics at one time, it's sometimes very difficult to follow what you've actually said. I do my best"

LOL!

Linda style...

Linda, when you FILL pages with C&Ps interspersed with LOLS and TSKS including your NONSTOP RANTING and BOLDING and then

MIX up the ubb code AND the Urls while SCREAMING LIAR to EVERYONE in your PATH on Numerous topics at one TIME, it's sometimes

very DIFFICULT to follow what you've actually SAID. I do my BEST.

LOL LOL LOL

TSK
TSK
TSK






[ edited by Helenjw on Nov 26, 2006 05:58 AM ]
 
 Helenjw
 
posted on November 26, 2006 06:07:50 AM new


The sad aspect is that in Linda's case, this presentation is all that she has. If you eliminate all caps and bold and personal attacks and derisive laughter it becomes crystal clear that there is nothing of substance there.

So linda is stuck with this presentation.











[ edited by Helenjw on Nov 26, 2006 06:10 AM ]
 
 bigpeepa
 
posted on November 27, 2006 08:46:55 AM new
Iraq war update 11/27/06.

LIAR_K SAID THE INCREASED VIOLENCE IN IRAQ WAS TO INFLUENCE OUR ELECTION.

HEY LIAR_K CAN YOU SAY CIVIL WAR?

ON ELECTION DAY AMERICA HAD 2836 DEAD AMERICAN TROOPS. TODAY WE HAVE 2879 DEAD TROOPS UP 53 SINCE THE ELECTION.

AS OF TODAY 11/20/06 WE HAVE 21,678 WOUNDED AMERICAN TROOPS.

AS OF TODAY 11/20/06 AMERICA HAS SPENT 345,000,000,000 BILLION DOLLARS ON BUSHES BLUNDERS IN IRAQ.



 
 ST0NEC0LD613
 
posted on November 27, 2006 10:17:41 AM new
Another garbage posting from the liberal propaganda terrorist bigdopa.

dishonorable dohhhh paaaaa, dishonorable dohhhh paaaaa, dishonorable dohhhh paaaaa, dishonorable dohhhh paaaaa, dishonorable dohhhh paaaaa, dishonorable dohhhh paaaaa, dishonorable dohhhh paaaaa, dishonorable dohhhh paaaaa.


Thanks for posting on how few death's we have had in this major war. It only proves how many lives have been saved because of this action.

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"Unfortunately there are levels of Stupid that just can't be cured!!" The new Demomoron motto.

Are YOU a Bunghole?

Take the bunghole quiz here.
http://www.idiotwatchers.com/bunghole/index.html
 
 profe51
 
posted on November 27, 2006 07:08:36 PM new
Oh great, another moron.
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May 1, 2003, America brings "democracy" to Iraq. November 7, 2006, Iraq brings democracy to America.
 
 bigpeepa
 
posted on November 27, 2006 08:04:10 PM new
"Now, I bet that just ticked you off didn't it???"

No,I just consider the source with you and stone.

Your statement just puts a smile on my face. When people like you show your real self and mindset. We all are reminded why your side lost the election so badly. Fools like you have been exposed and your mindset is now insignificant.

Hey quatermass, I have one question for you its, CAN YOU SAY CIVIL WAR?


 
 bigpeepa
 
posted on November 28, 2006 08:00:46 PM new
Iraq war update 11/28/06.

LIAR_K SAID THE INCREASED VIOLENCE IN IRAQ WAS TO INFLUENCE OUR ELECTION.

HEY LIAR_K CAN YOU SAY CIVIL WAR?

ON ELECTION DAY AMERICA HAD 2836 DEAD AMERICAN TROOPS. TODAY WE HAVE 2883 DEAD TROOPS UP 57 SINCE THE ELECTION AND UP 4 SINCE YESTERDAY.

AS OF TODAY 11/28/06 WE HAVE 21,778 WOUNDED AMERICAN TROOPS. UP 95 IN ONE WEEK.

AS OF TODAY 11/28/06 AMERICA HAS SPENT 346,000,000,000 BILLION DOLLARS UP 1 BILLION IN A WEEK.

THROWING HIS HANDS IN THE AIR BUSHY HAS NOW OUTSOURCED HIS FOREIGN POLICY.

HEY BUSHY CAN YOU SAY CIVIL WAR?



[ edited by bigpeepa on Nov 28, 2006 08:01 PM ]
 
 Linda_K
 
posted on November 29, 2006 07:20:27 AM new
Another view...from the Wall Street Journal today:
in part:

Which brings us back to the alleged "civil war." The term seems to have acquired a totemic meaning in Iraq, although the U.S. has intervened successfully in civil wars before: the Balkans and Afghanistan, most recently.


Regarding Iraq, the goal of the "civil war" chorus seems to be to delegitimize the war by painting what is a false picture of the balance of power and legitimacy between the Iraqi government and the terrorists.

The sectarian violence is a horrible problem. But by any reasonable definition, a "civil war" implies at least two militarily strong factions with a popular claim on political leadership. Neither of those conditions exists in Iraq.
The country's elected, pan-sectarian government and its several hundred thousand security forces remain the only legitimate power center.

The Sunni
insurgents, meanwhile, are a mix of Islamists and Baathists who enjoy little support and are capable only of terrorist-style attacks. They hold sway only through murder and intimidation in areas where the government lacks enough troops to assure public safety. Shiite militia leaders are also divided and what support they enjoy is due to the perception among ordinary Shiites that the government has been unable to protect them.

Few Shiites would be eager to see Moqtada al-Sadr, the radical cleric, in Mr. Maliki's chair.


The next Iraqi or American official to be asked about "civil war" might want to reply by asking the journalist who, precisely, is fighting whom, and why Iraqi security officers of all backgrounds continue to risk their lives for the elected Baghdad government.

The truth is that the enemies of Mr. Maliki's government are terrorists and thugs. Mr. Bush could help give Mr. Maliki the confidence he needs for the tough fight ahead--first against the Sunni terrorists, then against the Shiite revenge killers--by assuring him that U.S. policy will be based on this fact.

http://www.opinionjournal.com/editorial/feature.html?id=110009314

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

"While the democratic party complains about everything THIS President does to protect our Nation": "What would a Democrat president have done at that point?"

"Apparently, the answer is: Sit back and wait for the next terrorist attack."

Ann Coulter
[ edited by Linda_K on Nov 29, 2006 07:25 AM ]
 
 Linda_K
 
posted on November 29, 2006 07:22:27 AM new
dbl post....sorry

[ edited by Linda_K on Nov 29, 2006 08:16 AM ]
 
 mingotree
 
posted on November 29, 2006 08:04:58 AM new
So if it's not called a civil war then what ?
All the dead and mutilated AREN'T really dead and mutilated ??? I'm sure that brings THEM great comfort !

Now, if the bush administration finally has the correct TERM...NOW do you think they can clean up the mess they created???



 
 bigpeepa
 
posted on November 29, 2006 09:34:01 AM new
Poor Liar_K,
Bushy's Iraq invasion is out of his control. Bushy is now outsourcing policy searching of his Iraq invasion.

England,Poland, and Italy are all getting ready to pull their troops out. Many other countries have already pulled their troops.

3,700 Iraqis killed last month many by other Iraqis. Whole Neighborhoods are being "cleansed".

Now Liar_K and Bushy can't say civil war??

PITIFUL,PITIFUL,PITIFUL,PITIFUL,PITIFUL
[ edited by bigpeepa on Nov 29, 2006 01:42 PM ]
 
 logansdad
 
posted on November 29, 2006 12:43:40 PM new
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (CNN) -- Former Secretary of State Colin Powell said Wednesday that Iraq's violence meets the standard of civil war and that if he were heading the State Department now, he might recommend that the administration use that term.

Many news organizations and analysts are calling the Sunni-Shiite sectarian warfare that exploded this year, killing thousands and causing widespread displacement, a civil war.

Powell's comments -- made in the United Arab Emirates at the Leaders in Dubai Business Forum -- are significant because he backed the war and was the top U.S. diplomat when the United States invaded Iraq in 2003. (Watch why some call Iraq's violence a civil war )

Bush has avoided using the term "civil war" to describe the situation in Iraq.

Tuesday, he called the latest violence in Iraq "part of a pattern" of attacks by al Qaeda in Iraq to divide Shiites and Sunnis and vowed, again, he won't support the removal of U.S. troops "before the mission is complete."

"There's a lot of sectarian violence taking place, fomented in my opinion because of the attacks by al Qaeda, causing people to seek reprisal," he said. (Full story)

White House national security adviser Stephen Hadley also dismissed the notion that civil war has begun in Iraq.

"The Iraqis don't talk of it as a civil war. The unity government doesn't talk of it as a civil war," Hadley said Monday. "You have not yet had a situation also where you have two clearly defined and opposing groups vying not only for power but for territory."

But he added: "We're clearly in a new phase characterized by an increase in sectarian violence that requires us to adapt to that new phase," according to The Associated Press.

U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan on Monday said that he believes Iraq is near civil war. "Unless something is done drastically and urgently to arrest the deteriorating situation, we could be there. In fact we are almost there," he said. (Full story)

A spokesman for the powerful political bloc of Iraqi Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr said Wednesday the group has suspended its participation in Iraq's government. The group had threatened to take such action if Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki met with President Bush in Jordan this week. Al-Maliki was in Jordan Wednesday with talks scheduled for Thursday.

A classified memo prepared by President's Bush's national security adviser after a recent trip to Iraq questions whether al-Maliki can rise above Iraq's widening and bloody Sunni-Shiite divide. (Watch why some question whether al-Maliki can hold Iraq together )

Powell proposed a two-part solution to the problems in Iraq. First, he said, coalition troops must remain, but their numbers must be reduced. Second, a political solution must emerge among Iraqis themselves and not be imposed on them.

In 2003, Powell set out a lengthy argument at the United Nations that buttressed the eventual invasion, including supposed evidence of weapons of mass destruction in Iraq.

Asked Wednesday whether he regretted those statements, he said he does. He noted he was working with the information that was available to him at the time.


Absolute faith has been shown, consistently, to breed intolerance. And intolerance, history teaches us, again and again, begets violence.
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The duty of a patriot in this time and place is to ask questions, to demand answers, to understand where our nation is headed and why. If the answers you get do not suit you, or if they frighten you, or if they anger you, it is your duty as a patriot to dissent. Freedom does not begin with blind acceptance and with a flag. Freedom begins when you say 'No.'
 
 bigpeepa
 
posted on November 30, 2006 05:09:05 AM new
LIAR_K, SAID THE INCREASED VIOLENCE IN IRAQ WAS TO INFLUENCE OUR ELECTION.

HEY LIAR_K YOU NEED TO EMAIL IRAQ AND TELL THEM THE ELECTIONS ARE OVER CAN YOU SAY CIVIL WAR?

11/30/06 Reuters: Sunni Endowment official and 7 others killed in Basra
Police found the bodies of Nasser al-Qatrani, the deputy manager of Sunni Endowment in Basra, along with three guards and four members of the Facility Protection Services who were ambushed on the northern outskirts of the city on Wednesday.


11/30/06 Reuters: 52 bodies found in different districts of Baghdad
A total of 52 bodies, with gunshot wounds and bearing signs of torture, were found in different districts of Baghdad on Wednesday, an Interior Ministry source said.


11/30/06 MNF: 28 bodies found south of Baqubah
Iraqi army soldiers found 28 bodies in a “mass grave” Wednesday south of Baqubah, Iraq. Elements from 2nd Battalion, 2nd Brigade, 5th Iraqi army, with support from Coalition Forces...identified the possible grave site



 
 Helenjw
 
posted on November 30, 2006 06:13:35 AM new



 
 bigpeepa
 
posted on November 30, 2006 12:23:19 PM new
Liar_k said,
"Try and ignore the wackos deur....their just full of hatred for a President whose done NOTHING by try and protect our Nation". AND BUSHY FAILED.


To be 100% correct about HER LAME DUCK PRESIDENT Bushy all Liar_k needed to add is AND BUSHY FAILED.

Bushy and Liar_k haven't learned how to say CIVIL WAR yet.

11/30/06 BBC: Scores more bodies found in Iraq
At least 80 bodies - many with gunshot wounds and bearing signs of torture - have been found in Iraq in the past 24 hours, officials have said. Iraqi security officials said they had recovered at least 52 bodies scattered around the capital, Baghdad.

ON ELECTION DAY AMERICA HAD 2836 DEAD AMERICAN TROOPS. TODAY WE HAVE 2885 DEAD TROOPS UP 49 SINCE THE ELECTION



 
 Linda_K
 
posted on November 30, 2006 12:30:20 PM new
Oh God....what IS helen suggesting ?

That we use the atom bomb on Iraq like we did with Japan? Then we could be finished REAL quick. It just surprises me that she's advocate doing that.


"While the democratic party complains about everything THIS President does to protect our Nation": "What would a Democrat president have done at that point?"

"Apparently, the answer is: Sit back and wait for the next terrorist attack."

Ann Coulter
 
 bigpeepa
 
posted on November 30, 2006 03:26:58 PM new
WOW Liar_K,
Again you show us all how your warped mind works.

Facts are what Helenjw just showed is how Bushy's blunders in Iraq have lasted longer than World War 2.

I hope that helps your twisted brain understand better.




 
 Linda_K
 
posted on December 1, 2006 08:41:17 AM new
Iraq sets timetable for transfer


By Stephen Dinan
THE WASHINGTON TIMES
December 1, 2006


AMMAN, Jordan -- Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki said yesterday his country's security forces will soon take responsibility for defending their country, and he and President Bush, after meeting here, said they have agreed to expand U.S. training of Iraqi forces and to transfer military control faster.


    "Today, we made a step toward 'as soon as possible' by accelerating the transfer of authorities, military authorities, to the prime minister," Mr. Bush said during a joint press conference.


    For his part, Mr. al-Maliki said that his armed forces "have reached a good level of competency and efficiency to protect Iraq as a country and to protect its people," according to the translation.


    He told ABC News in an interview that his troops will be ready to take full command by June, laying out a timetable by which to measure his government's progress -- something the Bush administration has been reluctant to do.


    The men agreed to accelerate training and equipping Iraqi troops, and moving up the timeline for turning over Iraqi divisions to the Iraqi chain of command. They also talked about expanding the Iraqi army and helping the military's intelligence and logistics capabilities, White House officials said.

http://insider.washingtontimes.com/articles/normal.php?StoryID=20061201-121232-8854r
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

"While the democratic party complains about everything THIS President does to protect our Nation": "What would a Democrat president have done at that point?"

"Apparently, the answer is: Sit back and wait for the next terrorist attack."

Ann Coulter
[ edited by Linda_K on Dec 1, 2006 08:46 AM ]
 
 mingotree
 
posted on December 1, 2006 09:22:59 AM new
So those two are proposing what YOU called the Democrats "cut and run" plan

LOL!

"""Today, we made a step toward 'as soon as possible' by accelerating the transfer of authorities, military authorities, to the prime minister," Mr. Bush said during a joint press conference.


For his part, Mr. al-Maliki said that his armed forces "have reached a good level of competency and efficiency to protect Iraq as a country and to protect its people," according to the translation.


He told ABC News in an interview that his troops will be ready to take full command by June, laying out a timetable by which to measure his government's progress -- something the Bush administration has been reluctant to do.


The men agreed to accelerate training and equipping Iraqi troops, and moving up the timeline for turning over Iraqi divisions to the Iraqi chain of command. They also talked about expanding the Iraqi army and helping the military's intelligence and logistics capabilities, White House officials said."""






 
 bigpeepa
 
posted on December 1, 2006 09:28:49 AM new
Liar_k posted this."AMMAN, Jordan -- Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki said yesterday his country's security forces will soon take responsibility for defending their country, and he and President Bush, after meeting here, said they have agreed to expand U.S. training of Iraqi forces and to transfer military control faster."

LIAR_K WAS THAT BEFORE OR AFTER AL-MALIKI SNUBBED BUSHY FOR DINNER? LOL

Like I have been saying Bushy is planing to declare victory and blame all of Iraq's problems on the Iraqi government. That's O.K. with me anything to get our brave troops out of that MESS Bushy caused.



 
 Linda_K
 
posted on December 1, 2006 10:19:10 AM new
Oh....again "waco"peepa forgets that the DEMS also supported this war.

Their man kerry, especially. And all the anti-war groups/sites were saying kerry was the SAME as this president.

But...with such short memories....no surprise the left tries to put the blame ONLY on one man.

--------

http://www.commondreams.org/views04/0301-01.htm

[an extremely liberal website]


"While the democratic party complains about everything THIS President does to protect our Nation": "What would a Democrat president have done at that point?"

"Apparently, the answer is: Sit back and wait for the next terrorist attack."

Ann Coulter
 
 Linda_K
 
posted on December 1, 2006 10:37:51 AM new
Of course, ANY final decision will rest in the hands of our CIC, the President. Yesterday this was what our commanders stated, in part:

Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Peter Pace answers questions during a news conference at the Pentagon yesterday.  Daniel Rosenbaum (THE WASHINGTON TIMES)
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Joint Chiefs oppose Iraq pullout


By Rowan Scarborough
THE WASHINGTON TIMES
November 30, 2006


All six members of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, amid an ongoing Pentagon review of strategy for Iraq, oppose pulling out U.S. troops now, and are also against a specific withdrawal timetable, a defense source said yesterday.


    "The chiefs are solid. They want victory," the source said. "There is no dissent."


    The Joint Chiefs -- which includes Gen. Peter Pace, the chairman, along with a vice chairman and the heads of the Air Force, Army, Marine Corps and Navy -- have been meeting several times a week to review a list of Iraq options for President Bush.

    The Pentagon has said all options are open for consideration during the far-reaching review. But on the question of withdrawal, the issue is settled in favor of Mr. Bush's position, the source said.


    "We are looking at the whole spectrum of possible military actions," Gen. Pace said yesterday. "I'm not going to say to you where I am personally, nor where the chiefs are, because our responsibility is to give our best military advice."


    A Pentagon spokesman said he had no information on the chiefs' positions.


    At a press conference, Gen. Pace endorsed the idea of shifting more Iraqi forces into violence-wracked Baghdad, where Shi'ite and Sunni terrorists are on a killing spree to gain control of the capital. A number of lawmakers, including Rep. Duncan Hunter, California Republican and House Armed Services Committee chairman, advocate sending more Iraqi battalions to the capital.


    "I think that idea has a good amount of appeal for multiple reasons," Gen. Pace said. "Because Baghdad is extremely important to the Iraqi government, and their armed forces and their security forces are the proper long-term solution to that problem."


    Gen. Pace said that putting into practice a Baghdad redeployment depends on whether Army Gen. George Casey, the top U.S. commander in Iraq, and Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki think they have sufficient personnel from a total force of more than 300,000.


    "The question is, when they move them from where they are, what condition does that create from where they moved them," he said.



"While the democratic party complains about everything THIS President does to protect our Nation": "What would a Democrat president have done at that point?"

"Apparently, the answer is: Sit back and wait for the next terrorist attack."

Ann Coulter
 
 bigpeepa
 
posted on December 1, 2006 12:31:24 PM new
LIAR_K SAID,"Oh....again "Waco"peepa forgets that the DEMS also supported this war."

No Liar_k, I surely haven't forgotten how the Democrats were lied to so they would vote for Bushy's invasion of Iraq.

What you have forgotten is Bushy's (Waco style) experiment in government has run the Iraq invasion into the civil war it is today.

Simply put Bushy and his (Waco thinking) gang could not lead our country or their invasion of Iraq and got BOOTED OUT OF POWER.

Since the invasion of Iraq 2888 Brave American troops have died up 3 since yesterday and still counting.

11/30/06 BBC: Scores more bodies found in Iraq
At least 80 bodies - many with gunshot wounds and bearing signs of torture - have been found in Iraq in the past 24 hours, officials have said. Iraqi security officials said they had recovered at least 52 bodies scattered around the capital, Baghdad.

NOW WIND BAG TRY TO TELL ME MORE LIES. YES MORE LIES ABOUT YOUR FAILED PRESIDENT AND HIS GANG OF (WACO THINKING) BOOTED OUT OF POWER EX-LAWMAKERS.

 
 logansdad
 
posted on December 1, 2006 01:55:41 PM new
LIAR_K SAID,"Oh....again "Waco"peepa forgets that the DEMS also supported this war."


Just like there are many Republicans calling for the troops to come home.



Absolute faith has been shown, consistently, to breed intolerance. And intolerance, history teaches us, again and again, begets violence.
----------------------------------
The duty of a patriot in this time and place is to ask questions, to demand answers, to understand where our nation is headed and why. If the answers you get do not suit you, or if they frighten you, or if they anger you, it is your duty as a patriot to dissent. Freedom does not begin with blind acceptance and with a flag. Freedom begins when you say 'No.'
 
 bigpeepa
 
posted on December 2, 2006 06:50:39 AM new
Since the invasion of Iraq 2890 Brave American troops have died up 2 since yesterday and still counting.

HEY BEAST LIAR_K CAN YOU SAY CIVIL WAR YET?

Car Bombs Kill 14, Wound 54 in Baghdad
Saturday, December 2, 2006 9:01 AM EST
The Associated Press
By QAIS AL-BASHIR

BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) — Three bombs exploded in parked cars near an area packed with vendors in central Baghdad on Saturday, killing at least 14 people and wounding 54, police and hospital officials said.





 
 Linda_K
 
posted on December 2, 2006 09:27:37 AM new
LOL.....they were lied to.

Just a bunch of dummies that never read our intelligence reports BEFORE they vote to go to war?

OMG...and you've given those same dummies the power of running both houses of our congress????

Boy....we're in REAL trouble now. Electing dummies who didn't/couldn't read the reports themselves....AND they went before the public AND LIED TO US....TOLD US we HAD to remove saddam. Gosh....

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From the leaks that we're hearing from the groups study the Iraq situaton....and whose report is supposed to be released to the public this coming Wednesday, sure sounds to me like their recommendations are EXACTLY what this President has been saying we're going to do. Maybe they're being lied to also - or are just dummies too. LOL LOL LOL


"While the democratic party complains about everything THIS President does to protect our Nation": "What would a Democrat president have done at that point?"

"Apparently, the answer is: Sit back and wait for the next terrorist attack."

Ann Coulter
 
 mingotree
 
posted on December 2, 2006 09:37:22 AM new
Thank you linduh for posting an exact description of George Bush who, by the way, was IN CHARGE at the time....and couldn't be bothered to read daily memos...


Linda_K
posted on December 2, 2006 09:27:37 AM
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LOL.....they were lied to.

Just a bunch of dummies that never read our intelligence reports BEFORE they vote to go to war?

OMG...and you've given those same dummies the power of running both houses of our congress????""

(You helped make the biggest dummy your president)

"""Boy....we're in REAL trouble now. Electing dummies who didn't/couldn't read the reports themselves....AND they went before the public AND LIED TO US....TOLD US we HAD to remove saddam """


Oh, and linda, they spoke what they were told was the truth by their president....HE lied...not them....

You neocons can't change history, there will ALWAYS be some who know the truth
[ edited by mingotree on Dec 2, 2006 10:00 AM ]
 
 bigpeepa
 
posted on December 2, 2006 01:20:45 PM new
Hey Beast,

BULL ROAR but hang around. "bring them on" your statements that is.

Update on today's car bpmbings in Iraq.

12/02/06 91 Die in Triple Car Bomings in Baghdad (update)
Three parked car bombs exploded in central Baghdad on Saturday near a predominantly Shiite area packed with vendors, killing at least 91 people and wounding dozens, officials said.

HEY BEAST CAN YOU SAY CIVIL WAR YET?

 
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