"Thank you, America!"

"Thank you, America!"

Post by Damon Scott Hyne » Sat, 25 Sep 2004 21:28:37


Quote:
> Guy knows how to work from a script, that's for sure.  And it's
> pretty stunning how brazenly the scriptwriters think that they
> can***on our heads and tell us it's raining.

Keep your sex life out of this.
 
 
 

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Post by Denni » Sat, 25 Sep 2004 22:03:04


creatures when they said:

Quote:
>http://www.cnn.com/2004/WORLD/meast/09/23/iraq.main/index.html

>or

>http://tinyurl.com/5dop9

>Yeah, the U.S. really isn't liked in Iraq, are they?

>I still think we should pull out ASAP, though.

yeah this is a guy who never leaves the security of his own
compound... Probably guarded by US troops...

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Post by Denni » Sat, 25 Sep 2004 22:07:39


creatures when they said:

Quote:



>> :
>> : > http://www.cnn.com/2004/WORLD/meast/09/23/iraq.main/index.html
>> : >
>> : > or
>> : >
>> : > http://tinyurl.com/5dop9
>> : >
>> : Regardless what the liberal meat puppets in this group say, this made me
>> : hopeful:
>> :
>> : "We are succeeding in Iraq.... Thank you, America," he said.
>> :
>> : "We know Americans have made enormous sacrifices.... We promise you your
>> : sacrifices are not in vain."

>> Proof that Americans are suckers for the right buzzphrases.
>Proof you're a liberal meat puppet.

The BBC even thought it was all a kind of publicity stunt and if the
BBC has turned against him, do you think Tony Blair and the British
Government are going to stick around much longer?

----

"education is the progressive discovery of our own ignorance" --Will Durant
"people who read the tabloids deserve to be lied to " Jerry Seinfeld
"If we don't have a sense of humor, we can't have a sense of perspective --Wayne Thiboux
"the glass is not only half full the first half was delicious" -- Me
To Reply:  Scrape off the end bits...

 
 
 

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Post by rich hammet » Sun, 26 Sep 2004 01:23:30

Min? suojelen sinua kaikelta, mit? ikin? keksitkin sanoa, Charles Beauchamp:

Quote:

>> Min? suojelen sinua kaikelta, mit? ikin? keksitkin sanoa, Carl
>> Lundstedt:

>>>> http://www.cnn.com/2004/WORLD/meast/09/23/iraq.main/index.html

>>>> or

>>>> http://tinyurl.com/5dop9

>>> Regardless what the liberal meat puppets in this group say, this
>>> made me hopeful:

>>> "We are succeeding in Iraq.... Thank you, America," he said.

>>> "We know Americans have made enormous sacrifices.... We promise you
>>> your sacrifices are not in vain."

>> Are you serious?  Do you believe it when the president of
>> Lebanon says the Lebanese people are grateful for the help
>> of Syria?  Really, a puppet is a puppet!
> Is Syria reconstructing Lebanon?

Yes.

Quote:
> You have a serious perspective problem.

You believe everything you hear on the radio, apparently.

How much did the people of Mississippi thank Washington
for Reconstruction?  And yet, Washington often thought
they were doing the right things, and the "legally"
elected government of Mississippi at the time certainly
couldn't praise Washington enough.  But that toadying
did not reflect the opinions of the masses.  That's all
I'm saying.  You can't trust the toad, even when he's
your toad.

rich
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Post by rich hammet » Sun, 26 Sep 2004 01:26:01

Min? suojelen sinua kaikelta, mit? ikin? keksitkin sanoa, Dennis:

Quote:

> creatures when they said:



>>> :
>>> : > http://www.cnn.com/2004/WORLD/meast/09/23/iraq.main/index.html
>>> : >
>>> : > or
>>> : >
>>> : > http://tinyurl.com/5dop9
>>> : >
>>> : Regardless what the liberal meat puppets in this group say, this made me
>>> : hopeful:
>>> :
>>> : "We are succeeding in Iraq.... Thank you, America," he said.
>>> :
>>> : "We know Americans have made enormous sacrifices.... We promise you your
>>> : sacrifices are not in vain."

>>> Proof that Americans are suckers for the right buzzphrases.
>>Proof you're a liberal meat puppet.
> The BBC even thought it was all a kind of publicity stunt and if the
> BBC has turned against him, do you think Tony Blair and the British
> Government are going to stick around much longer?

Blair thinks that the US alliance is the single most important
issue to UK security in the long term.  He will not jeopardize
that alliance, and I don't think Bush can afford to let him
out of Iraq right now.  I think you will see, however, an
increasingly important symbolic role by UK (like the other
token members of the "coalition of the willing"), with quiet
(in the US) cutbacks in substantive, especially military,
contributions from UK.

rich
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Post by rich hammet » Sun, 26 Sep 2004 01:27:58

Min? suojelen sinua kaikelta, mit? ikin? keksitkin sanoa, Tonawanda Kardex:

Quote:


> "sensitive war against terrorism" by puking up the following:


>>> http://www.cnn.com/2004/WORLD/meast/09/23/iraq.main/index.html

>>> or

>>> http://tinyurl.com/5dop9

>>> Yeah, the U.S. really isn't liked in Iraq, are they?

>> Amazing that the guy Bush installed in power would say things flattering
>> to Bush.

>>> I still think we should pull out ASAP, though.

>> Why not have GIs build condos to go with our permanent bases?
> Property valyoos would drop the minute Al-Qaeda bought a row of them.

Value, nothing, the property itself would drop.

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Post by Denni » Sun, 26 Sep 2004 01:45:59


creatures when they said:

Quote:
>Min? suojelen sinua kaikelta, mit? ikin? keksitkin sanoa, Dennis:

>> creatures when they said:




>>>> :
>>>> : > http://www.cnn.com/2004/WORLD/meast/09/23/iraq.main/index.html
>>>> : >
>>>> : > or
>>>> : >
>>>> : > http://tinyurl.com/5dop9
>>>> : >
>>>> : Regardless what the liberal meat puppets in this group say, this made me
>>>> : hopeful:
>>>> :
>>>> : "We are succeeding in Iraq.... Thank you, America," he said.
>>>> :
>>>> : "We know Americans have made enormous sacrifices.... We promise you your
>>>> : sacrifices are not in vain."

>>>> Proof that Americans are suckers for the right buzzphrases.
>>>Proof you're a liberal meat puppet.

>> The BBC even thought it was all a kind of publicity stunt and if the
>> BBC has turned against him, do you think Tony Blair and the British
>> Government are going to stick around much longer?

>Blair thinks that the US alliance is the single most important
>issue to UK security in the long term.  He will not jeopardize
>that alliance, and I don't think Bush can afford to let him
>out of Iraq right now.  I think you will see, however, an
>increasingly important symbolic role by UK (like the other
>token members of the "coalition of the willing"), with quiet
>(in the US) cutbacks in substantive, especially military,
>contributions from UK.

>rich

still it's hard to hide sucha thing... the British Press would love
it... and Blair and the French will be able to drink wine together
again...

----

"education is the progressive discovery of our own ignorance" --Will Durant
"people who read the tabloids deserve to be lied to " Jerry Seinfeld
"If we don't have a sense of humor, we can't have a sense of perspective --Wayne Thiboux
"the glass is not only half full the first half was delicious" -- Me
To Reply:  Scrape off the end bits...

 
 
 

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Post by Jefferson N. Glapsk » Sun, 26 Sep 2004 02:22:22


Quote:
> Min? suojelen sinua kaikelta, mit? ikin? keksitkin sanoa, Charles
Beauchamp:

> >> Min? suojelen sinua kaikelta, mit? ikin? keksitkin sanoa, Carl
> >> Lundstedt:

> >>>> http://www.cnn.com/2004/WORLD/meast/09/23/iraq.main/index.html

> >>>> or

> >>>> http://tinyurl.com/5dop9

> >>> Regardless what the liberal meat puppets in this group say, this
> >>> made me hopeful:

> >>> "We are succeeding in Iraq.... Thank you, America," he said.

> >>> "We know Americans have made enormous sacrifices.... We promise you
> >>> your sacrifices are not in vain."

> >> Are you serious?  Do you believe it when the president of
> >> Lebanon says the Lebanese people are grateful for the help
> >> of Syria?  Really, a puppet is a puppet!

> > Is Syria reconstructing Lebanon?

> Yes.

http://www.capmag.com/article.asp?ID=3942

Were you advising President Ford on Poland too?

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Post by rich hammet » Sun, 26 Sep 2004 02:24:01

Min? suojelen sinua kaikelta, mit? ikin? keksitkin sanoa, Dennis:

Quote:

> creatures when they said:
>>Min? suojelen sinua kaikelta, mit? ikin? keksitkin sanoa, Dennis:

>>> creatures when they said:




>>>>> :
>>>>> : > http://www.cnn.com/2004/WORLD/meast/09/23/iraq.main/index.html
>>>>> : >
>>>>> : > or
>>>>> : >
>>>>> : > http://tinyurl.com/5dop9
>>>>> : >
>>>>> : Regardless what the liberal meat puppets in this group say, this made me
>>>>> : hopeful:
>>>>> :
>>>>> : "We are succeeding in Iraq.... Thank you, America," he said.
>>>>> :
>>>>> : "We know Americans have made enormous sacrifices.... We promise you your
>>>>> : sacrifices are not in vain."

>>>>> Proof that Americans are suckers for the right buzzphrases.
>>>>Proof you're a liberal meat puppet.

>>> The BBC even thought it was all a kind of publicity stunt and if the
>>> BBC has turned against him, do you think Tony Blair and the British
>>> Government are going to stick around much longer?

>>Blair thinks that the US alliance is the single most important
>>issue to UK security in the long term.  He will not jeopardize
>>that alliance, and I don't think Bush can afford to let him
>>out of Iraq right now.  I think you will see, however, an
>>increasingly important symbolic role by UK (like the other
>>token members of the "coalition of the willing"), with quiet
>>(in the US) cutbacks in substantive, especially military,
>>contributions from UK.

>>rich
> still it's hard to hide sucha thing... the British Press would love
> it... and Blair and the French will be able to drink wine together
> again...

The US public, on the other hand, may have no idea what the
British press is saying.  The only british press that infiltrates
middle america is what's published by Murdoch.

rich
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Post by Dan Bret » Sun, 26 Sep 2004 02:44:19

Quote:



> > > http://tinyurl.com/5dop9

> > Regardless what the liberal meat puppets in this group say,
> > this made me hopeful:

> > "We are succeeding in Iraq.... Thank you, America," he said.

> > "We know Americans have made enormous sacrifices.... We promise
> > you your sacrifices are not in vain."

> <Bush>

> </Bush>

Not all of us.

Dan

 
 
 

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Post by rich hammet » Sun, 26 Sep 2004 02:50:18

Min? suojelen sinua kaikelta, mit? ikin? keksitkin sanoa, Jefferson N. Glapski:

Quote:


>> Min? suojelen sinua kaikelta, mit? ikin? keksitkin sanoa, Charles
> Beauchamp:

>> >> Min? suojelen sinua kaikelta, mit? ikin? keksitkin sanoa, Carl
>> >> Lundstedt:

>> >>>> http://www.cnn.com/2004/WORLD/meast/09/23/iraq.main/index.html

>> >>>> or

>> >>>> http://tinyurl.com/5dop9

>> >>> Regardless what the liberal meat puppets in this group say, this
>> >>> made me hopeful:

>> >>> "We are succeeding in Iraq.... Thank you, America," he said.

>> >>> "We know Americans have made enormous sacrifices.... We promise you
>> >>> your sacrifices are not in vain."

>> >> Are you serious?  Do you believe it when the president of
>> >> Lebanon says the Lebanese people are grateful for the help
>> >> of Syria?  Really, a puppet is a puppet!

>> > Is Syria reconstructing Lebanon?

>> Yes.
> http://www.capmag.com/article.asp?ID=3942
> Were you advising President Ford on Poland too?

Just about everybody in Lebanon will agree that Syria's
presence stabilized the situation from 1976.  I have a
good friend from there (quite politically liberal, and
from a Christian family) who knows the good Syria has
done.  Of course, they've done a lot of bad, too.  Gosh,
it's (at least superficially) similar to the situation
in Iraq right now, if you ask Iraqis!  Wait, isn't that where
we started?

rich

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Post by Ralph Kenne » Sun, 26 Sep 2004 02:47:19

Quote:







> >> >> >>http://tinyurl.com/5dop9

> >> >> >>Yeah, the U.S. really isn't liked in Iraq, are they?

> >> >> >>I still think we should pull out ASAP, though.

> >> >> > The Iraqis have tried to kill Allawi four times in the past
> >> >> > month.

> >> >> The Iraqis, or the terrorists?  They aren't the same, you know.

> >> >      The sets are not identical, but they intersect.
> >> > And most of them *are* Iraqis.

> >> But your phrasing sure makes a different insinuation...

> >       What do you mean *my* phrasing?  Follow your
> > own attributions above, for crissake, princegunter
> > wrote it, not me.

> Ralph, I was rong.


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Post by Matthew Henni » Sun, 26 Sep 2004 03:04:00



Quote:







>> >> >> >>http://tinyurl.com/5dop9

>> >> >> >>Yeah, the U.S. really isn't liked in Iraq, are they?

>> >> >> >>I still think we should pull out ASAP, though.

>> >> >> > The Iraqis have tried to kill Allawi four times in the past
>> >> >> > month.

>> >> >> The Iraqis, or the terrorists?  They aren't the same, you know.

>> >> >      The sets are not identical, but they intersect.
>> >> > And most of them *are* Iraqis.

>> >> But your phrasing sure makes a different insinuation...

>> >       What do you mean *my* phrasing?  Follow your
>> > own attributions above, for crissake, princegunter
>> > wrote it, not me.

>> Ralph, I was rong.



You're still a leftwingnut, though!!!!

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Post by Cornhuskeres » Sun, 26 Sep 2004 03:14:52

Quote:





>>>> http://tinyurl.com/5dop9

>>> Regardless what the liberal meat puppets in this group say,
>>> this made me hopeful:

>>> "We are succeeding in Iraq.... Thank you, America," he said.

>>> "We know Americans have made enormous sacrifices.... We promise
>>> you your sacrifices are not in vain."

>> <Bush>

>> </Bush>

We may be easy, but we ain't cheap!!11

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Post by Jefferson N. Glapsk » Sun, 26 Sep 2004 08:04:42


Quote:
> Min? suojelen sinua kaikelta, mit? ikin? keksitkin sanoa, Jefferson N.
Glapski:


> >> Min? suojelen sinua kaikelta, mit? ikin? keksitkin sanoa, Charles
> > Beauchamp:

> >> >> Min? suojelen sinua kaikelta, mit? ikin? keksitkin sanoa, Carl
> >> >> Lundstedt:

> >> >>>> http://www.cnn.com/2004/WORLD/meast/09/23/iraq.main/index.html

> >> >>>> or

> >> >>>> http://tinyurl.com/5dop9

> >> >>> Regardless what the liberal meat puppets in this group say, this
> >> >>> made me hopeful:

> >> >>> "We are succeeding in Iraq.... Thank you, America," he said.

> >> >>> "We know Americans have made enormous sacrifices.... We promise you
> >> >>> your sacrifices are not in vain."

> >> >> Are you serious?  Do you believe it when the president of
> >> >> Lebanon says the Lebanese people are grateful for the help
> >> >> of Syria?  Really, a puppet is a puppet!

> >> > Is Syria reconstructing Lebanon?

> >> Yes.

> > http://www.capmag.com/article.asp?ID=3942

> > Were you advising President Ford on Poland too?

> Just about everybody in Lebanon will agree that Syria's
> presence stabilized the situation from 1976.  I have a
> good friend from there (quite politically liberal, and
> from a Christian family) who knows the good Syria has
> done.  Of course, they've done a lot of bad, too.  Gosh,
> it's (at least superficially) similar to the situation
> in Iraq right now, if you ask Iraqis!  Wait, isn't that where
> we started?

It's actually the reverse of what's happened in Iraq. A somewhat civilized
place gets taken over Baathist Socialists in Lebanon, where Syria has
occupied Lebanon for 30+ years, using it as a place to attack neighboring
countries. In Iraq, the place used as a base to attack other countries has a
Baathist Socialist regime replaced by an attempt at civilizing the place. In
Lebanon, civilization went to civil war to a Baathist Socialist regime. In
Iraq, the Baathist Socialist regime has been eliminated and various factions
are attempting to start a civil war. Whether it results in civilization
depends on many things.

So you are saying things have improved in Lebanon from 1976?

Are these the good things your friend is talking about?
http://www.lebaneseforces.org/remember/re_syria.php

Of course, since your friend is a Xian, it is no surprise he is FROM Syria.

http://www.meforum.org/article/16

"Lebanon's pre-war state was not a Western-type democracy but (unlike its
Arab neighbors) it enjoyed something close to it. Lebanese society was the
freest in the Arab world. For freedom to flourish, both diversity and
sovereignty had to be maintained in an atmosphere of tolerance and openness.

"Lebanon today lacks those attributes of a free society, a sovereign state,
and a functioning democracy.

Yeah, those Syrians have done lots of good. Of course, even Stalin had his
fans (Jane Adamms).

There was a reason Beirut was once called the "Paris of the Middle East."
Now, it simply refers to the similarity by which they grabbed their ankles
for Jew-hating socialists.

--
Jefferson N. Glapski
http://www.glapski.com