Superfly From Thailand, joined May 2000, 38502 posts, RR: 80 Posted (10 years 3 months 1 week 3 days 17 hours ago) and read 1116 times:
If you cannot find Osama, bomb Iraq
Sung to the tune of "If you're happy and you know it":
If you cannot find Osama, bomb Iraq.
If the markets are a drama, bomb Iraq.
If the terrorists are frisky,
Pakistan is looking shifty,
North Korea is too risky,
If we have no allies with us, bomb Iraq.
If we think someone has dished us, bomb Iraq.
So to hell with the inspections,
Let's look tough for the elections,
Close your mind and take directions,
It's "pre-emptive non-aggression", bomb Iraq.
Let's prevent this mass destruction, bomb Iraq.
They've got weapons we can't see,
And that's good enough for me
'Cos it's all the proof I need
If you never were elected, bomb Iraq.
If your mood is quite dejected, bomb Iraq.
If you think Saddam's gone mad,
With the weapons that he had,
(And he tried to kill your dad),
If your corporate fraud is growin', bomb Iraq.
If your ties to it are showin', bomb Iraq.
If your politics are sleazy,
And hiding that ain't easy,
And your manhood's getting queasy,
Fall in line and follow orders, bomb Iraq.
For our might knows not our borders, bomb Iraq.
Disagree? We'll call it treason,
Let's make war not love this season,
Even if we have no reason,
TWAL1011 From United States of America, joined Nov 2003, 194 posts, RR: 2 Reply 8, posted (10 years 3 months 1 week 3 days 16 hours ago) and read 1027 times:
You know, there's a huge and fuzzy grey line between simple protest and sedition. However, that line has been clearly breached not only by the everyday left-winger in this country, but by members of congress and a host of self-important Hollywood has-beens and soon-to-be's.
Let's just face facts. This crying over action in Iraq has very little to do with concerns of "phantom" WMD's and supposed control of oil fields. It's clearly about the pure and simple hatred of an administration that has a religious background.
TWAL1011 From United States of America, joined Nov 2003, 194 posts, RR: 2 Reply 11, posted (10 years 3 months 1 week 3 days 2 hours ago) and read 760 times:
Just a follow up on what I said.
First, I meant to say, "...breached by some of the everyday..."
It may be a tough accusation, by hardly an empty one.
I've said it before, and I'll say it again. I don't hate anybody. But the absolute hate of this administration by the left is absolutely astonishing to me. Yet we conservatives are often labled as hate mongers. Sure, many of us had/have little or no respect for Bill Clinton, buy hate him??? Nobody I know.
Moving on to the redirect of the left...
In 1998 when Clinton talked of attacking Iraq, it was fine. Now that Bush is actually taking action instead of talking, it's:
He's a cowboy.
He's just trying to distract from the economy.
He's a war monger.
He's just mad because Saddam tried to kill his daddy.
He's getting the oil for his buddies.
So to answer your question, yes. I do think there are some in this country who are guilty of sedition.
NWA From United States of America, joined Jun 2001, 1200 posts, RR: 4 Reply 12, posted (10 years 3 months 1 week 3 days 2 hours ago) and read 754 times:
if Iraq has missle that fire over 90km, bomb Iraq
if they have AAA in no fly zones where AA arn't sopose to be, bomb Iraq
if they have nuclear centerfusues, bomb iraq
if they take 4 months to "prepair" there facitlites for the UN inspection, bomb Iraq
If they dont let the UN inspect, that means they probley are doing something bad, bomb Iraq.
If Saddam met with one of the 9/11 terrorists before the hijackings, bomb iraq
if Iraq offers$2 mill for the family of a person that comits an act of terror, bomb Iraq.
Sounds good to me.
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Hepkat From Austria, joined Aug 2000, 2341 posts, RR: 2 Reply 13, posted (10 years 3 months 1 week 3 days 2 hours ago) and read 744 times:
TWAL1011, when Clinton talked of attacking Iraq, he did not push an agenda based on a lack of facts.
This administration is not hated just by American liberals, but by citizens of EVERY OTHER COUNTRY in the world. Find us one opinion poll where the public of ANY country has expressed any type of solidarity with the Bush administration. Even our strongest ally, the British, has given him a 2.9 out of 10 in a public confidence poll. Don't you see? This administration has managed to unite all our enemies and allies, all the first and third world countries and everyone in between in one voice of chorus AGAINST him and his agendas. Why American conservatives can't recognize this and why they think he's being unfairly targetted is beyond me.
Today there were protest marches all over Europe, the biggest one in London to date, one in Japan, Australia, the Phillipines, in Egypt, it just never seems to end. All this week the peoples of various countries have been coming out in unprecedented numbers to march against the Bush administration. On CNN right now pensioners in London are planning their own march. These people can hardly stand straight yet they feel so strongly about this topic that they're willing to march in protest.
If this were a selective dislike, then I could understand your point, but resistance against this administration and its policies is a point on which everyone UNIVERSALLY agrees. Obviously, the entire world MUST be seeing something that conservative Americans refuse to see. Which explanation seems more likely, that the entire world subscribes to a liberal agenda and is therefore against Bush because of his conservative, religious background, or that everyone's against him because he's dragging the U.S. in the wrong direction?
Heavymetal From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR: Reply 16, posted (10 years 3 months 1 week 3 days 2 hours ago) and read 722 times:
It's clearly about the pure and simple hatred of an administration that has a religious background.
The Pope has a religious background. If he were Sean Penn talking one on one to Tariq Azziz like he did today, you'd demand he'd be arrested for treason.
Are all those liberals and Democrats who go to church on Sunday faking it? Not religious enough for you?
I'm now more convinced than ever that the United States will be in Civil War II inside of two decades. Conservatives (who are RUNNING THE COUNTRY NOW, theoretically unhindered) can't leave their disagreements with liberals at just "I strongly disagree with that..."...it has turned into blind, irrational hatred. Yesterday Rush Limbaugh said "Anything that weakens and destroys liberalism is only a good thing for the United States." Considering that means everything to the left of George Herbert Walker Rhetoric, that means most of us. Rush hates and despises liberalism...that means he hates and despises Americans who think to the left of him. That means he hates and despises a good chunk of his own country. Not just trial lawyers and Jewish singing divas, but cops, firefighters, doctors, clergy. Yes even soldiers. The 'war on liberalism' is not a war against some faceless stack of philosophy books in the patchouli smelling basement offices of burned out 60s lesbian professors. It's a war against citizens of the United States.
And when I hear horseshit like this, I'm more convinced than ever it's going to go beyond a war of words. Osama bin Laden may actually live to an age where he sits back and watches us terrorize each other.
Hepkat From Austria, joined Aug 2000, 2341 posts, RR: 2 Reply 18, posted (10 years 3 months 1 week 3 days 2 hours ago) and read 716 times:
Heavymetal, if I kept a respected users list, your name would be the first to appear. The more I read your posts, the more I find myself in complete agreement with the sense of your thinking which seems to trascend social labels and lines drawn on political convenience. Your way with words is something even I aspire to.
TWAL1011 From United States of America, joined Nov 2003, 194 posts, RR: 2 Reply 19, posted (10 years 3 months 1 week 3 days 1 hour ago) and read 699 times:
Okay, Heavymetal. You feel it's hatred by the cons, I think it's the libs. You've got the Baldwins, we've got Limbaugh. Maybe it just all evens out.
I'm more convinced than ever it's going to go beyond a war of words. Osama bin Laden may actually live to an age where he sits back and watches us terrorize each other.
Damn if I my dad and I weren't talking about the very same thing last night. And it scares the hell out of me, Heavy. Scary that such a division can not only exist among humans, but people in the same country.
Hepkat, I'm sure that if you kept a Person Who's Most Likely To Have Replies Deleted By Me list, my name would be the first to appear on it.
Your way with words is something even I aspire to
Even the Great and Mighty Hepkat? No way. You need to feel a little more self-important, Kat.
KLAX From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR: Reply 24, posted (10 years 3 months 1 week 3 days 1 hour ago) and read 673 times:
War isnt right RUSHED like this. Everyday we are deprived of more and more liberties and forced to live in a state of fear and paranoia by this administration. Everyday we are told how huge the Iraqi threat is when, really, what possibly CAN they do with everyone in the international community focusing upon them and inspectors crawling around their country looking for WMD. I am for War if Iraq actually is shown to represent a very REAL threat to us. But IMO, Al Qaeda and other terrorists pose a far greater threat...yet we seem to have forgotten them...
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26 NWA: You know whats funny? When bill was in trouble with the purgery thing, he lit up some asprin factorys. You say what bush is doing is bad? to get back