OT Bush's 'sacrifice' can't be matched

OT Bush's 'sacrifice' can't be matched

Post by Jim » Fri, 21 Feb 2003 03:03:49


Bush's 'sacrifice' can't be matched

  As we head for war with Iraq, Americans should reflect and be grateful
for combat sacrifices made by our veterans, such as Sen. Inouye (lost an
arm), Sen. John McCain (six years as a POW), Bob Kerrey (lost a leg) and
Max Cleland (lost both legs and an arm).

  However, we veterans are most impressed by the sacrifices of
Vietnam-era veteran George W. Bush, who lost his memory for nearly a
whole year concerning where he was and what he was doing from mid-1972
to mid-1973 when he was supposed to be serving in the Texas Air National
Guard.

  Loss of limbs pale in comparison with our president's unique person
sacrifice.

  We are fortunate to have such a selfless and patriotic man leading us
to war.
--
Remove the numbers from my address to respond directly

 
 
 

OT Bush's 'sacrifice' can't be matched

Post by jps » Fri, 21 Feb 2003 04:49:37


Quote:

> >Bush's 'sacrifice' can't be matched

> You're right.

> Too bad he didn't say...

> " I loathe the military" - Bill Clinton.

It's as if Bill Clinton is still running the country.  Well, guess
what...we're no longer after Osama.  We're now after the guy who Dumya's
Daddy didn't take out.

What does this have to do with the fact that Dumya didn't complete his
"champagne" division service.

jps

 
 
 

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Post by Rick » Fri, 21 Feb 2003 05:13:30

P'ssst, hey Wally ... Clinton isn't here anymore, find a new bogeyman.

Dumbya is the latest threat to the economy and world peace.

Rick

 
 
 

OT Bush's 'sacrifice' can't be matched

Post by thunde » Fri, 21 Feb 2003 05:32:29

Quote:


>>Bush's 'sacrifice' can't be matched

> After the 1993 World Trade Center bombing, which killed six and
> injured 1,000; President Clinton promised that those responsible
> would be hunted down and punished.

> After the 1995 bombing in Saudi Arabia, which killed five U.S.
> military personnel; Clinton promised that those responsible would be
> hunted down and punished.

> After the 1996 Khobar Towers bombing in Saudi Arabia, which killed
> 19 and injured 200 U.S. military personnel; Clinton promised that
> those responsible would be hunted down and punished.

> After the 1998 bombing of U.S. embassies in Africa, which killed 224
> and injured 5,000; Clinton promised that those responsible would be
> hunted down and punished.

> After the 2000 bombing of the USS Cole, which killed 17 and injured
> 39 U.S. sailors; Clinton promised that those responsible would be
> hunted down and punished.

> Maybe if Clinton had kept his promise, an estimated 3,000 people in
> New York and Washington, D.C. that are now dead would be alive
> today.

> Then again, the Democrats wouldn't be able to blame George Bush,
> huh?

We've caught bin laden?
 
 
 

OT Bush's 'sacrifice' can't be matched

Post by Calif Bil » Fri, 21 Feb 2003 05:49:07

He's still running around the world mooching off other politcos and probably
looking for a few fat ugly women too.  But we are only 2 years out of his
watch and we are having to deal with a lot of ***he left.  Seems as if you
libs are always bringing up Reagan, but he's been out a lot longer.
Bill


Quote:
> P'ssst, hey Wally ... Clinton isn't here anymore, find a new bogeyman.

> Dumbya is the latest threat to the economy and world peace.

> Rick

 
 
 

OT Bush's 'sacrifice' can't be matched

Post by Don ?aile » Fri, 21 Feb 2003 06:08:55


Quote:



> > >Bush's 'sacrifice' can't be matched

> > You're right.

> > Too bad he didn't say...

> > " I loathe the military" - Bill Clinton.

> It's as if Bill Clinton is still running the country.

No, It's the fact that you people call GB on FAR LESS
than Bill and his history.  Very inconsistent and
thoughtless.

 Well, guess

Quote:
> what...we're no longer after Osama.

You don't know what you're talking about.

  We're now after the guy who Dumya's

Quote:
> Daddy didn't take out.

This is sooo "worn out",

Were you one of the few screaming for Saddams head way back then?
Somehow....I doubt it. If you weren't, then quit making an ass out
of yourself with assinine comments like that.

The only way GB sr. built a cooalition for that war was to
sell it with the idea that the 1st priority was to "drive Saddam
out of Kuwait".  After that was accomplished, and Saddams
army all but hancuffed themselves for us, Eveyone under the
sun felt sorry for them and thought  we had proved our point.

Sanction the shit out of the guy, Make him
agree to UN resolutions and call it a day.

He has not complied.  If he would "dis-arm" and come clean, all this
could be avoided.

db

Quote:

> What does this have to do with the fact that Dumya didn't complete his
> "champagne" division service.

> jps

 
 
 

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Post by Ted Nugen » Fri, 21 Feb 2003 06:22:41

I've told the that time and time again, but they don't seem to be listening.
Its hard enough for the FBI to find somebody their looking for in the states
much less in the world where their are countries that will harbor him and do
plastic surgery to change his appearance and so on... Unbelievable how thick
headed they are.

Quote:






> > > >Bush's 'sacrifice' can't be matched

> > > You're right.

> > > Too bad he didn't say...

> > > " I loathe the military" - Bill Clinton.

> > It's as if Bill Clinton is still running the country.

> No, It's the fact that you people call GB on FAR LESS
> than Bill and his history.  Very inconsistent and
> thoughtless.

>  Well, guess
> > what...we're no longer after Osama.

> You don't know what you're talking about.

>   We're now after the guy who Dumya's
> > Daddy didn't take out.

> This is sooo "worn out",

> Were you one of the few screaming for Saddams head way back then?
> Somehow....I doubt it. If you weren't, then quit making an ass out
> of yourself with assinine comments like that.

> The only way GB sr. built a cooalition for that war was to
> sell it with the idea that the 1st priority was to "drive Saddam
> out of Kuwait".  After that was accomplished, and Saddams
> army all but hancuffed themselves for us, Eveyone under the
> sun felt sorry for them and thought  we had proved our point.

> Sanction the shit out of the guy, Make him
> agree to UN resolutions and call it a day.

> He has not complied.  If he would "dis-arm" and come clean, all this
> could be avoided.

> db

> > What does this have to do with the fact that Dumya didn't complete his
> > "champagne" division service.

> > jps

 
 
 

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Post by Rick » Fri, 21 Feb 2003 09:20:48

 >"... third-grade name calling ..."

Hell, Wally, if you mean "Dumbya" it's closer to using Kleenex to mean
*** tissues or Xerox as a verb ... it is so commonly used by so many
people it has acquired legitimacy in the language.

If I wanted to insult rather than merely identify I assure you I can do
much much better than "Dumbya."

Rick

 
 
 

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Post by Ted Nugen » Fri, 21 Feb 2003 10:03:58

What I really don't like is the name calling of Bush, he is our president
and I don't want to hear this ***the election was fixed etc. The fact is
if***would have done the one simple thing even Mondale ( our whoever that
guy was from Minn.) could do was to win his own state, If***could have
won his own state,***would have won the election, One must be a pretty
sorry candidate if one cannot win his home state. I might have stated that
Clinton got blow jobs in the White House and rented out the rooms etc. but I
never called him names because he was our president. and I don't believe I
remember the Republicans calling him names ether (other than slick wile).
And that was no different then calling Regan the Teflon President, The fact
is the Democrats a very sorry losers, and they would rather be antiamerican
than support a Rep. Prez. so lets keep it to the facts.

Quote:
> >"... third-grade name calling ..."

> Hell, Wally, if you mean "Dumbya" it's closer to using Kleenex to mean
> *** tissues or Xerox as a verb ... it is so commonly used by so many
> people it has acquired legitimacy in the language.

> If I wanted to insult rather than merely identify I assure you I can do
> much much better than "Dumbya."

> Rick

 
 
 

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Post by jps » Fri, 21 Feb 2003 11:18:36

With all the spy technology we have we still haven't managed to catch up
with Osama?

Then how do you think we're going to extract Saddam from his bunker once he
decides to take up residence?

jps


Quote:
> I've told the that time and time again, but they don't seem to be
listening.
> Its hard enough for the FBI to find somebody their looking for in the
states
> much less in the world where their are countries that will harbor him and
do
> plastic surgery to change his appearance and so on... Unbelievable how
thick
> headed they are.







> > > > >Bush's 'sacrifice' can't be matched

> > > > You're right.

> > > > Too bad he didn't say...

> > > > " I loathe the military" - Bill Clinton.

> > > It's as if Bill Clinton is still running the country.

> > No, It's the fact that you people call GB on FAR LESS
> > than Bill and his history.  Very inconsistent and
> > thoughtless.

> >  Well, guess
> > > what...we're no longer after Osama.

> > You don't know what you're talking about.

> >   We're now after the guy who Dumya's
> > > Daddy didn't take out.

> > This is sooo "worn out",

> > Were you one of the few screaming for Saddams head way back then?
> > Somehow....I doubt it. If you weren't, then quit making an ass out
> > of yourself with assinine comments like that.

> > The only way GB sr. built a cooalition for that war was to
> > sell it with the idea that the 1st priority was to "drive Saddam
> > out of Kuwait".  After that was accomplished, and Saddams
> > army all but hancuffed themselves for us, Eveyone under the
> > sun felt sorry for them and thought  we had proved our point.

> > Sanction the shit out of the guy, Make him
> > agree to UN resolutions and call it a day.

> > He has not complied.  If he would "dis-arm" and come clean, all this
> > could be avoided.

> > db

> > > What does this have to do with the fact that Dumya didn't complete his
> > > "champagne" division service.

> > > jps

 
 
 

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Post by Ted Nugen » Fri, 21 Feb 2003 11:25:32

I have been drinking too much tonight, so jps I surrender for tonight and
will take up the good fight again at another time.

Quote:
> With all the spy technology we have we still haven't managed to catch up
> with Osama?

> Then how do you think we're going to extract Saddam from his bunker once
he
> decides to take up residence?

> jps



> > I've told the that time and time again, but they don't seem to be
> listening.
> > Its hard enough for the FBI to find somebody their looking for in the
> states
> > much less in the world where their are countries that will harbor him
and
> do
> > plastic surgery to change his appearance and so on... Unbelievable how
> thick
> > headed they are.







> > > > > >Bush's 'sacrifice' can't be matched

> > > > > You're right.

> > > > > Too bad he didn't say...

> > > > > " I loathe the military" - Bill Clinton.

> > > > It's as if Bill Clinton is still running the country.

> > > No, It's the fact that you people call GB on FAR LESS
> > > than Bill and his history.  Very inconsistent and
> > > thoughtless.

> > >  Well, guess
> > > > what...we're no longer after Osama.

> > > You don't know what you're talking about.

> > >   We're now after the guy who Dumya's
> > > > Daddy didn't take out.

> > > This is sooo "worn out",

> > > Were you one of the few screaming for Saddams head way back then?
> > > Somehow....I doubt it. If you weren't, then quit making an ass out
> > > of yourself with assinine comments like that.

> > > The only way GB sr. built a cooalition for that war was to
> > > sell it with the idea that the 1st priority was to "drive Saddam
> > > out of Kuwait".  After that was accomplished, and Saddams
> > > army all but hancuffed themselves for us, Eveyone under the
> > > sun felt sorry for them and thought  we had proved our point.

> > > Sanction the shit out of the guy, Make him
> > > agree to UN resolutions and call it a day.

> > > He has not complied.  If he would "dis-arm" and come clean, all this
> > > could be avoided.

> > > db

> > > > What does this have to do with the fact that Dumya didn't complete
his
> > > > "champagne" division service.

> > > > jps

 
 
 

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Post by Don ?aile » Sat, 22 Feb 2003 00:44:25


Quote:
> With all the spy technology we have we still haven't managed to catch up
> with Osama?

> Then how do you think we're going to extract Saddam from his bunker once
he
> decides to take up residence?

> jps

Lets just go ahead and surrender now...

db

 
 
 

OT Bush's 'sacrifice' can't be matched

Post by jps » Sat, 22 Feb 2003 02:04:43


Quote:



> > With all the spy technology we have we still haven't managed to catch up
> > with Osama?

> > Then how do you think we're going to extract Saddam from his bunker once
> he
> > decides to take up residence?

> > jps

> Lets just go ahead and surrender now...

> db

Hey, if you've got the answer I'd like to hear it.  We've seemingly given up
on Osama even though he's Public Enemy #1.  We cannot locate him and he's
still running what's considered our biggest threat, a terrorist network.
Saddam runs no such network nor will he go hide in the mountains or in
Pakistan.  He's going to go into his impenetrable bunker and stay there.

Are we going to wait around for couple of years until he decides he wants to
take a swim?

jps

 
 
 

OT Bush's 'sacrifice' can't be matched

Post by petema » Sat, 22 Feb 2003 01:48:40

Just wait.  The US will establish their new Iraqi leader (from the
board of directors of Amocal or Haliburton) and then JB will announce
that they've found Osama hiding in North Korea with Saddam Hussein.  
Quote:

>With all the spy technology we have we still haven't managed to catch up
>with Osama?

>Then how do you think we're going to extract Saddam from his bunker once he
>decides to take up residence?

>jps



>> I've told the that time and time again, but they don't seem to be
>listening.
>> Its hard enough for the FBI to find somebody their looking for in the
>states
>> much less in the world where their are countries that will harbor him and
>do
>> plastic surgery to change his appearance and so on... Unbelievable how
>thick
>> headed they are.







>> > > > >Bush's 'sacrifice' can't be matched

>> > > > You're right.

>> > > > Too bad he didn't say...

>> > > > " I loathe the military" - Bill Clinton.

>> > > It's as if Bill Clinton is still running the country.

>> > No, It's the fact that you people call GB on FAR LESS
>> > than Bill and his history.  Very inconsistent and
>> > thoughtless.

>> >  Well, guess
>> > > what...we're no longer after Osama.

>> > You don't know what you're talking about.

>> >   We're now after the guy who Dumya's
>> > > Daddy didn't take out.

>> > This is sooo "worn out",

>> > Were you one of the few screaming for Saddams head way back then?
>> > Somehow....I doubt it. If you weren't, then quit making an ass out
>> > of yourself with assinine comments like that.

>> > The only way GB sr. built a cooalition for that war was to
>> > sell it with the idea that the 1st priority was to "drive Saddam
>> > out of Kuwait".  After that was accomplished, and Saddams
>> > army all but hancuffed themselves for us, Eveyone under the
>> > sun felt sorry for them and thought  we had proved our point.

>> > Sanction the shit out of the guy, Make him
>> > agree to UN resolutions and call it a day.

>> > He has not complied.  If he would "dis-arm" and come clean, all this
>> > could be avoided.

>> > db

>> > > What does this have to do with the fact that Dumya didn't complete his
>> > > "champagne" division service.

>> > > jps

 
 
 

OT Bush's 'sacrifice' can't be matched

Post by Don ?aile » Sat, 22 Feb 2003 03:03:53


Quote:




> > > With all the spy technology we have we still haven't managed to catch
up
> > > with Osama?

> > > Then how do you think we're going to extract Saddam from his bunker
once
> > he
> > > decides to take up residence?

> > > jps

> > Lets just go ahead and surrender now...

> > db

> Hey, if you've got the answer I'd like to hear it.  We've seemingly given
up
> on Osama even though he's Public Enemy #1.  We cannot locate him and he's
> still running what's considered our biggest threat, a terrorist network.
> Saddam runs no such network nor will he go hide in the mountains or in
> Pakistan.  He's going to go into his impenetrable bunker and stay there.

> Are we going to wait around for couple of years until he decides he wants
to
> take a swim?

> jps

I just gave you my answer...

Based on your logic.

db