The coerced and the bribed?

The coerced and the bribed?

Post by SNORK » Sat, 02 Oct 2004 10:36:14


Kerry just lost.  What a ***ing moron.  Complains that he would have
more allies aboard, and calls them "coerced and bribed".

Very unpresidential.

 
 
 

The coerced and the bribed?

Post by Ralph Kenne » Sun, 03 Oct 2004 02:58:04

Quote:

> Kerry just lost.  What a ***ing moron.  Complains that he would have
> more allies aboard, and calls them "coerced and bribed".

> Very unpresidential.

     Bullshit.  Most of Bush's so-called "coalition" are
small countries that we bribed with money so that they'd
join up with us and send over a worthless token force.

     That's the plain truth son.

     Kerry wants to get real allies with real armies,
and he's going to do it by:

     1.  NOT being an arrogant ass like Bush, taking
        the attitude that Iraq is our "prize"   and

     2.  Offering to equitably share authority and contracts
        with allies, instead of Bush's so called "attempt"
        where he wants the US in charge of everything and
        rigs all the spoils to go to Halliburton.
        What incentive to France and Germay have to go to
        Iraq when there's no contracts for them, plus they
        have to just follow our orders and be our beeyatch?

--Ralph Kennedy      {ames,gatech,husc6,rutgers}!ncar!noao!asuvax!kennedy
                        {allegra,decvax,ihnp4,oddjob}--^
                                          ^---------------The Wrong Choice


 
 
 

The coerced and the bribed?

Post by Tom Enrigh » Sun, 03 Oct 2004 03:13:51

"Ralph Kennedy"

Quote:

>> Kerry just lost.  What a ***ing moron.  Complains that he would have
>> more allies aboard, and calls them "coerced and bribed".

>> Very unpresidential.
>     Bullshit.  Most of Bush's so-called "coalition" are
> small countries that we bribed with money so that they'd
> join up with us and send over a worthless token force.

That's because the "big" countries, Russia, Germany and
France were being bribed by Saddam.

Quote:
>     That's the plain truth son.

>     Kerry wants to get real allies with real armies,
> and he's going to do it by:

>     1.  NOT being an arrogant ass like Bush, taking
> the attitude that Iraq is our "prize"   and

Which countries would those be?   First, Kerry has
been insulting those allies fighting with us and the ones
who have not have already stated they would be in
Iraq regardless if Kerry or Bush wins.

So tell me. which countries do you feel Kerry will
be able to get on board using his non-"arrogant"
technique?

Quote:
>     2.  Offering to equitably share authority and contracts
> with allies, instead of Bush's so called "attempt"
> where he wants the US in charge of everything and
> rigs all the spoils to go to Halliburton.

All "spoils" went to Halliburton?

Quote:
> What incentive to France and Germay have to go to
> Iraq when there's no contracts for them, plus they
> have to just follow our orders and be our beeyatch?

Perhaps the same incentives the US had when we
went into Fraince in 1944?  Helping an ally isn't enough?
If France and Germany went it "alone" in the Balkans
it the US refused to act, what would be your reaction
to Bush saying "we want some of the contract cash for
rebuilding Sarejevo (sp?)"?  You would be screaming:
"Look at Bush!  The brave French and Germans save
Muslim ass in the Balkans and Bush is trying to earn
money off of the dead for his Halliburton buddies!"

Do you always, always, have to take sides against
the US?

-Tom Enright

Quote:
> --Ralph Kennedy      {ames,gatech,husc6,rutgers}!ncar!noao!asuvax!kennedy
>                        {allegra,decvax,ihnp4,oddjob}--^
>                                          ^---------------The Wrong Choice



 
 
 

The coerced and the bribed?

Post by PrinceGunt » Sun, 03 Oct 2004 03:18:46

Quote:
>Subject: Re: The coerced and the bribed?

>Date: 10/1/04 1:13 PM Central Daylight Time

>"Ralph Kennedy"


>>> Kerry just lost.  What a ***ing moron.  Complains that he would have
>>> more allies aboard, and calls them "coerced and bribed".

>>> Very unpresidential.

>>     Bullshit.  Most of Bush's so-called "coalition" are
>> small countries that we bribed with money so that they'd
>> join up with us and send over a worthless token force.

>That's because the "big" countries, Russia, Germany and
>France were being bribed by Saddam.

Proof???  
 
 
 

The coerced and the bribed?

Post by Ralph Kenne » Sun, 03 Oct 2004 05:11:22

Quote:

> "Ralph Kennedy"

> >> Kerry just lost.  What a ***ing moron.  Complains that he would have
> >> more allies aboard, and calls them "coerced and bribed".

> >> Very unpresidential.

> >     Bullshit.  Most of Bush's so-called "coalition" are
> > small countries that we bribed with money so that they'd
> > join up with us and send over a worthless token force.

> That's because the "big" countries, Russia, Germany and
> France were being bribed by Saddam.

     Bad logic.  Regardless of its truth or falsity, it
has no bearing whatsoever on whether or not my statement
about bribing small countries is true or false.

Quote:
> >     That's the plain truth son.

> >     Kerry wants to get real allies with real armies,
> > and he's going to do it by:

> >     1.  NOT being an arrogant ass like Bush, taking
> > the attitude that Iraq is our "prize"   and

> Which countries would those be?   First, Kerry has
> been insulting those allies fighting with us

     Oh boo hoo.  Does that mean we're going to
lose Eastern Slovakocroatiabulgaria's 20 troops?

Quote:
> So tell me. which countries do you feel Kerry will
> be able to get on board using his non-"arrogant"
> technique?

     I think he has a shot at major European
countries like Germany if he gives up
authoritarian control over Iraq and opens up
contracts to everyone.  Can't expect them to help
when they have no incentive.  They're not stupid.

     We know he could have done this when it
first happened, because Bush flatly turned Germany's
help down.  Whether it will work now is anybody's
guess.

--Ralph Kennedy      {ames,gatech,husc6,rutgers}!ncar!noao!asuvax!kennedy
                        {allegra,decvax,ihnp4,oddjob}--^
                                          ^---------------The Wrong Choice

 
 
 

The coerced and the bribed?

Post by SNORK » Sun, 03 Oct 2004 09:54:31


Quote:


>> Kerry just lost.  What a ***ing moron.  Complains that he would have
>> more allies aboard, and calls them "coerced and bribed".

>> Very unpresidential.

>     Bullshit.  Most of Bush's so-called "coalition" are
>small countries that we bribed with money so that they'd
>join up with us and send over a worthless token force.

>     That's the plain truth son.

>     Kerry wants to get real allies with real armies,
>and he's going to do it by:

>     1.  NOT being an arrogant ass like Bush, taking
>    the attitude that Iraq is our "prize"   and

>     2.  Offering to equitably share authority and contracts
>    with allies, instead of Bush's so called "attempt"
>    where he wants the US in charge of everything and
>    rigs all the spoils to go to Halliburton.
>    What incentive to France and Germay have to go to
>    Iraq when there's no contracts for them, plus they
>    have to just follow our orders and be our beeyatch?

>--Ralph Kennedy      {ames,gatech,husc6,rutgers}!ncar!noao!asuvax!kennedy
>                        {allegra,decvax,ihnp4,oddjob}--^
>                                          ^---------------The Wrong Choice


"It's the WRONG war at the WRONG time.  Who wants to join?"

Yeah.

 
 
 

The coerced and the bribed?

Post by SNORK » Sun, 03 Oct 2004 12:20:08


Quote:

>     Bullshit.  Most of Bush's so-called "coalition" are
>small countries that we bribed with money so that they'd
>join up with us and send over a worthless token force.

>     That's the plain truth son.

With such contempt for our allies, I sure hope you aren't one of those
who complain we aren't getting enough assisstance.
 
 
 

The coerced and the bribed?

Post by Ralph Kenne » Mon, 04 Oct 2004 04:43:29

Quote:

> "It's the WRONG war at the WRONG time.  Who wants to join?"

     No, moran, it'll be more like, "Unfortunaely
my dumnass predecessor got us into this godawful
mess, but now it is in the best interestes of
everyone to help bail us out in the interests of
middle-east stability."

--Ralph Kennedy      {ames,gatech,husc6,rutgers}!ncar!noao!asuvax!kennedy
                        {allegra,decvax,ihnp4,oddjob}--^
                                          ^---------------The Wrong Choice

 
 
 

The coerced and the bribed?

Post by Bryan S. Slic » Mon, 04 Oct 2004 04:54:51


[Sat, 2 Oct 2004 19:43:29 GMT]

:>
:> "It's the WRONG war at the WRONG time.  Who wants to join?"
:
:     No, moran, it'll be more like, "Unfortunaely
:my dumnass predecessor got us into this godawful
:mess, but now it is in the best interestes of
:everyone to help bail us out in the interests of
:middle-east stability."

Is your television broken?

--
Bryan S. Slick, usenet at slick-family dot net

"To those who serve America, in any fashion,
 freedom has a flavor those who just sit by will never know."

 
 
 

The coerced and the bribed?

Post by Ralph Kenne » Mon, 04 Oct 2004 04:58:09

Quote:


> >     Bullshit.  Most of Bush's so-called "coalition" are
> >small countries that we bribed with money so that they'd
> >join up with us and send over a worthless token force.

> >     That's the plain truth son.

> With such contempt for our allies, I sure hope you aren't one of those
> who complain we aren't getting enough assisstance.

     You're a friggin' idiot.  We aren't getting
any meaningful assistance now, moron.  These
"allies" are just getting bribed with gifts of
foreign aid to field token handfuls of troops so
Dubya can brag he's got another "ally" in his
"coaltion."

--Ralph Kennedy      {ames,gatech,husc6,rutgers}!ncar!noao!asuvax!kennedy
                        {allegra,decvax,ihnp4,oddjob}--^
                                          ^---------------The Wrong Choice

 
 
 

The coerced and the bribed?

Post by SNORK » Mon, 04 Oct 2004 05:57:23


Quote:


>> "It's the WRONG war at the WRONG time.  Who wants to join?"

>     No, moran, it'll be more like, "Unfortunaely
>my dumnass predecessor got us into this godawful
>mess, but now it is in the best interestes of
>everyone to help bail us out in the interests of
>middle-east stability."

>--Ralph Kennedy      {ames,gatech,husc6,rutgers}!ncar!noao!asuvax!kennedy
>                        {allegra,decvax,ihnp4,oddjob}--^
>                                          ^---------------The Wrong Choice


If that were the "clincher", then they would ALREADY be involved for
that very reason, "professor".
 
 
 

The coerced and the bribed?

Post by Ralph Kenne » Mon, 04 Oct 2004 06:17:44


Quote:

> [Sat, 2 Oct 2004 19:43:29 GMT]


> :>
> :> "It's the WRONG war at the WRONG time.  Who wants to join?"
> :
> :     No, moran, it'll be more like, "Unfortunaely
> :my dumnass predecessor got us into this godawful
> :mess, but now it is in the best interestes of
> :everyone to help bail us out in the interests of
> :middle-east stability."

> Is your television broken?

     Aside from the fact that it's amusing to see you,
after complaining about the Czar, come back with
a snarky one-liner the very next day...I honestly
donut get your point here.  Could you elaborate?

--Ralph Kennedy      {ames,gatech,husc6,rutgers}!ncar!noao!asuvax!kennedy
                        {allegra,decvax,ihnp4,oddjob}--^
                                          ^---------------The Wrong Choice

 
 
 

The coerced and the bribed?

Post by Bryan S. Slic » Mon, 04 Oct 2004 06:33:28


[Sat, 2 Oct 2004 21:17:44 GMT]

:> Is your television broken?
:
:     Aside from the fact that it's amusing to see you,
:after complaining about the Czar, come back with
:a snarky one-liner the very next day...I honestly
:donut get your point here.  Could you elaborate?

Hint: It's Saturday.

--
Bryan S. Slick, usenet at slick-family dot net

"To those who serve America, in any fashion,
 freedom has a flavor those who just sit by will never know."

 
 
 

The coerced and the bribed?

Post by Jeffrey Davi » Mon, 04 Oct 2004 06:36:08

Quote:



>>[Sat, 2 Oct 2004 19:43:29 GMT]


>>:>
>>:> "It's the WRONG war at the WRONG time.  Who wants to join?"
>>:
>>:     No, moran, it'll be more like, "Unfortunaely
>>:my dumnass predecessor got us into this godawful
>>:mess, but now it is in the best interestes of
>>:everyone to help bail us out in the interests of
>>:middle-east stability."

>>Is your television broken?

>      Aside from the fact that it's amusing to see you,
> after complaining about the Czar, come back with
> a snarky one-liner the very next day...I honestly
> donut get your point here.  Could you elaborate?

To watch a football game with.
 
 
 

The coerced and the bribed?

Post by Ralph Kenne » Mon, 04 Oct 2004 06:42:23

Quote:



> >> "It's the WRONG war at the WRONG time.  Who wants to join?"

> >     No, moran, it'll be more like, "Unfortunaely
> >my dumnass predecessor got us into this godawful
> >mess, but now it is in the best interestes of
> >everyone to help bail us out in the interests of
> >middle-east stability."

> If that were the "clincher", then they would ALREADY be involved for
> that very reason, "professor".

     Yeah, except you forgot the part about Dubya
refusing to cede any authority over Iraq to any
other countries and refusing to cede any contracts.
So as of right now, it's not in anybody else's
best interests.

--Ralph Kennedy      {ames,gatech,husc6,rutgers}!ncar!noao!asuvax!kennedy
                        {allegra,decvax,ihnp4,oddjob}--^
                                          ^---------------The Wrong Choice