Vafi88 From United States of America, joined Apr 2001, 3116 posts, RR: 18 Reply 3, posted (9 years 10 months 1 week 3 days 16 hours ago) and read 982 times:
Hmmm.....the education system sucks-I'm not being let into school because I live a bit farther, even though I went there last year from the same location. Why would I do this, I'd rather start a war AGAINST the war (protest)...
I'd like to elect a president that has a Higher IQ than a retarted ant.
Alpha 1 From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR: Reply 8, posted (9 years 10 months 1 week 3 days 7 hours ago) and read 888 times:
Yyz717, if you think it's REFRESHING to see a group who WANTS WAR, then I think you've gone way aroud the bend. ROTFL.
It seems this group is made up mostly of young Republicans. Maybe that tells you how frightening this now neocon way of thinking is for the U.S. and the world. Left to these zealots, you'll get the Armageddon. But then again, maybe that's what they want.
Manni From South Korea, joined Nov 2001, 4221 posts, RR: 23 Reply 10, posted (9 years 10 months 1 week 3 days 6 hours ago) and read 884 times:
You're crying fool in a post going over the fact that France will use the word courriel rather than e-mail in the future. Here, where in the first post a drawing is posted wich clearly reads 'I want you to boycot France' you write 'it's a little refreshing to see one on the side of law & order'. If you didn't show your true colors before you certainly have showed them today.
Sabena 690 From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR: Reply 15, posted (9 years 10 months 1 week 3 days 3 hours ago) and read 828 times:
And exactly those "people" are the cause of a lot of anti-american feelings in the world.
But I guess we have to learn to live with all kind of people, even with extreme right nazists as the one above...
BTW: delete this topic for my part. Supporting heavily agressive behaviour is maybe permitted on any pro bush forum between all the blind ignorant supporters, but not on this forum were also mature people participate.
Qb001 From Canada, joined Apr 2000, 2053 posts, RR: 4 Reply 18, posted (9 years 10 months 1 week 3 days 2 hours ago) and read 811 times:
Come to think of it, that's why this world is such a bad place to live in: we don't have enough wars. It's time we have more law and order around here. I wish we had more wars.
There is absolutely nothing like a good, refreshing and energizing war. The smell of blood, the vision of decapitated bodies, babies losing their parents, women being raped, torture, massacre, genocide, ruins, diseases, famine. Don't you all realize what we are missing???
Really, I'm with Yyz717 on that one.
We want war, we want war, we want war...
Never let the facts get in the way of a good theory.
Tsully From United States of America, joined Mar 2001, 651 posts, RR: 5 Reply 22, posted (9 years 10 months 1 week 2 days 13 hours ago) and read 742 times:
Hmmm... The left expects the country to just take their bull with stride, yet look at all the lefties around here having near-aneurysms in response to a pro-right wing group. Very interesting, or should I just say typical? Enough said on that, eh?
The left have shown themselves for who they are, and America has said "no thanks".
My favorite bumper sticker was a "War is not the Answer" with the "not" cut out. If we're expected to swallow their nonsense, they'd better wise up and start being "tolerant" of ours. See how good I'm doing? I'm even integrating liberal buzzwords into my everyday conversation.
Now let me sign off to go pay my car registration before it triples in a few months, courtesy of everyone's favorite Democratic Governor, Gray Davis. Nothing like sticking it to the citizens to cover your self-created state deficit.
Perhaps I'll send him a thank you note also...to say thanks for cutting the summer school offerings at public universities to compensate for his budget crisis. Education? Who needs that? Certainly not you if you live in Democratic America. Heck, we have federally funded aid programs for everyone and his mother thanks to the Dems. So who needs a job when other people's hard earned tax dollars can filter through something cleverly guised as an "aid program" and into your checking account? It's easy to see why millions of Americans love the Dems... voting for a Republican would be like cutting your own purse strings. Sickening philosophy, really.
What I really want to know, and maybe one of you can enlighten me, is why I'm not entitled to any federal aid program. The great grandson of Irish immigrants who fled the Emerald Isle during the potato famine, I think I am just as much of a discriminated minority as the next Black, Asian or Mexican guy. Oh yeah, that's right. Those great grandparents of mine who left their homeland with hungry stomachs came to this country and started working day in day out to earn their own keep. My grandfather went to the Waldorf hotel in NYC to apply for the concierge position. That was until he was informed that Irish need not apply. Now instead of crying to the Jesse Jackson of the day, he took it with a grain of salt and got himself some other job. He started a coach company and he and my great-grandmother became multimillionaires. Discrimination? Yes. Now that's what I call discrimination, but you won't find my trying to milk the system for something that happened to my family 100+ years ago. That is a lesson liberals need to take, even if it's a hard one to swallow.
While picking up a USMC buddy from Camp Pendleton last week (he just returned home from Iraq), I was talking to the commanding officer of the entire company. He was recounting first-hand the stories from Iraq. Now if any of you bleeding heart liberals had the opportunity to speak with this gentleman, I don't think you'd have anything coherent to argue with him on regarding our military action in Iraq. This man recounted to me and other family/friends the horrors of Saddam's regime. From torture chambers equipped with car batteries and acid to the Mujahadeen (Saddam's loyalists) "eye-thumping" unloyal Iraqi men, women, CHILDREN and elderly, this guy painted a grim picture. Saddam was the epitome of evil people, and I have the utmost disgust for anybody who dares call a war to remove such a criminal "unjust" How can you call something unjust when you know only as much as the media spoon feeds you? You, not the war, are what's wrong. YOU need a dose of reality, as seen by our brave men and women in Iraq.
But don't expect to hear any real first hand accounts like this on television. That would upset the liberal media's bandwagon campaign against all things conservative.
Better they keep you all ignorant and paint this war to be the unjust war you want to believe it is. It's okay if you decide to remain ignorant, but please DO NOT attack this war as if you know anything about it. Until you meet someone who's come back from the conflict and can hear about it first hand as I did, you have no business condemning our action to give an oppressed people hope, life and liberty. And if you still insist on condemning it, I have a new word for you: communist. Get acquainted with it, for that???s what you espouse if you were for leaving such an oppressive dictator in office.
That is all.
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I love America. I guess that makes me Bush's poodle, but I'd rather be a dog in New York City than a prince in Riyadh.
Qb001 From Canada, joined Apr 2000, 2053 posts, RR: 4 Reply 24, posted (9 years 10 months 1 week 2 days 12 hours ago) and read 728 times:
Tsully, you're da man!
As I said on reply #18, we do need more wars.
You're young and, as such, I suggest you enroll and be the first on the line of fire. Believe me, your country will be proud of you. So will be your soul when you see your casket with an American flag over it. That will be so moving.
Even I may drop a tear...
Never let the facts get in the way of a good theory.
25 Goingboeing: While picking up a USMC buddy from Camp Pendleton last week (he just returned home from Iraq), I was talking to the commanding officer of the entire c
26 Galaxy5: So is there a time limit on how long you have to be there before you can comment on the war zone? Or are the only people that have any credibility to
27 Goingboeing: GAlaxy - with all due respect, you have it a lot easier than your forefathers who fought in Vietnam. They could only have hoped for 3 month stints to
28 Tsully: Your USMC buddy is lucky that he's back from Iraq in less than 4 months. I know several of my USMC buddies who were in Vietnam for YEARS before being
29 Goingboeing: Good for you. You might want to read this article provided by LSM in another thread http://www.counterpunch.com/goff07032003.html . The whole point is
30 Yyz717: Maybe that tells you how frightening this now neocon way of thinking is for the U.S. and the world. Left to these zealots, you'll get the Armageddon.
31 Bobrayner: yes Alpha....even you should do this Why do you add little barbs to your comments like this? Maybe you think it helps the debate? Play nicely.
32 Alpha 1: OMG! What unnecessary hyperbole! Anyone who dares to pronounce differing political views from Alpha can only be a zealot. I don't consider, on this bo
33 Yyz717: Actually Alpha 1, I agree with your delineation of conservatives into zealous and non-zealous camps. Regarding KROC....I consider him quite liberal ac
34 Boeing4ever: Where am I Alpha1?...just curious. B4e-Forever New Frontiers
35 Qb001: Qb001, I don't find your comments amusing at all. But they do portray your low level of intelligence quite sufficiently Well... I read your replies an
36 Donder10: How can you call something unjust when you know only as much as the media spoon feeds you? You, not the war, are what's wrong. YOU need a dose of real
37 Qb001: Donder10, Read the book; just read the book, ok? Summa Theologicae, by Saint Thomas Aquinas.