C'mon, newbie. I'm waiting.
NEVER call me a newbie, fu**er. Why don't you come to my turf? newbie.
Also, newbie is a very childish term, one I try not to use at all times necessary. Your profile says you are 26-35, meaning that the other thread was correct, stating that many older adults were more immature than teenagers on this forum.
Also, it's a well known fact, LOL.
"NEWSWEEK: CLINTON APPROVAL RATING SLIPS FOLLOWING MILITARY ACTION IN
"'CLINTON MAY CONSIDER MILITARY ACTION AGAINST IRAQ'"
"President Clinton then attempted to claim credit for what he called moving closer to "...[R]ealizing our dreams in the 21st century... this strategy is showing some results. We have the lowest unemployment rate in 7.5 years..." Teachers and students in the audience cheered wildly and waved their arms in the air, some whistled. Administrators watched in apparent surprise.
Daily Republican Newspaper reports on the scene for more than 5 hours found no teachers, students or administrators who could make a coherent explanation for the phrase in the president' speech "to teach them a lesson" or for that matter why guided missiles would be fired at the Iraqi people by president Clinton."
"The unwritten rule that politics stops at the water's edge was rudely shattered yesterday, as many congressional Republicans who have long distrusted and reviled President Clinton sharply criticized his motivations in bombing Iraq on the eve of a House vote on impeachment.
Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott (R-Miss.) declared that he could not support Clinton's decision and joined many House Republicans in questioning whether the attack might be a desperate effort to frustrate the impeachment action."
Need more be said, Trent Lott supported military action under Clinton.
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