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masked_marsoe VIP Member

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#41 11 years ago

Afterburner;4610115This is not actually a particularly big stretch, since officials in the Iraqi military have stated as much. Of course, there's not a particularly great load of evidence to suggest they are there, but it's not THAT ridiculous. It also wouldn't much matter one way or the other anyways.

I lol'd at everything else though.

Well, when one is handing out very large rewards for information, and it seems ready to take anyone's word, you get all sorts of stories.

Remember Ahmed Chalabi? His INC was paid tens of millions of dollars ($33 million from 2000-2003) for passing on WMD information - like the mobile factories - which turned out to be made up.




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#42 11 years ago

jeff & eddie;4610201

Nothing is wrong with a theocracy. The Saudi Kingdom is more conservative than Iran. Not only can't their women drive, but they also cannot attend school. Yet we are allied with Saudi Kingdom. .

Is your 6th step to a safer police state not letting women drive?




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#43 11 years ago
Nothing is wrong with a theocracy. The Saudi Kingdom is more conservative than Iran. Not only can't their women drive, but they also cannot attend school. Yet we are allied with Saudi Kingdom. My objection stems from the secular schools, universities and institutions advocating things such as evolution, equality, sex education ect. These are things which degrade our society and undermine the foundation of the United States.

A theocracy is not a good thing when it comes to choice. People do not always agree with religion, no matter how just or right you think it is. In Iran and other theocracies it is illegal to have religious views that are outside the state sponsored religion.

I can understand why you don't like sex education and evolution. Why do you have a thing against equality? If I remember correctly Jesus treated everyone equally, regardless of their gender, age, orientation, or position in society. If you consider your self to be a true christian then you would treat everyone equally. What is your rationale for being against equality?

The media is sexist towards Palin, hence the orgy of negative coverage she received last month.

The media attacks everyone who are caught within it's eye. Obama got attacked quite a bit by the media during the race for the nomination. He will continued to be attacked until the election is over. You have your blinder on, only looking for people attacking McCain. If you would look around you would see Obama is getting attacked just as much as McCain.




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#44 11 years ago
wjlasloThe2nd;4609894Almost a trillion dollars in debt, in foreign countries looking for WMDs that don't exist, 9/11, the current economic crisis, and bowing to Congress on all but one veto. :thatsgreat:

How is Bush to blame for that? Congress is spending relentlessly, and even if Bush boi does attempt to veto something, it can be overridden. Bush cannot be solely blamed for the massive debt.

They both dodge questions and basically fuck around during debates, they're both absolutely horrible candidates. If I can't find a good third party to throw my support in with I think that Obama is a better leader, and that's what the country needs now.

I fail to see the logic. A guy who's career started in the house of a guy who bombed people in our own country, who visited a church for twenty years and at first lied outright about not hearing the anti-American statements and other horrifying stuff, and owns a property given to him by a guy who's apparently now in jail for his illegal activities that can be traced to the property dealing with Obama and what not (something like that). Not to mention that he plans to solve every problem by throwing money at it, which has never fixed anything. Oh yes, and he hasn't stayed on any one issue permanently. A leader in the making, right? :rolleyes:

Sarah Palin has been brought down by McCain's own arguments. MC claims Obama has no experience, and, though that is mostly true, Palin has barely any more. As far as I've researched Palin has surpassed Obama in pork barrel spending on projects like the Bridge to Nowhere.

I heard Obama's proposals tallied up something like one trillion dollars...that's quite a bit of money. Don't recall Palin having racked up that much.

I can't remember where, when, or who made this argument on the forums but they basically said: Palin went into politics because she wanted power, Obama became a "community organizer" because the situation called for it, not because he thought it would be fun. (I don't claim to really know either of their motives, after all, you really can't trust anything they say)

Funny, because Obama never really did anything as a "community organizer". His position was uneventful to the point of lunacy to even suggest it as proof of experience.

Arrogant? I think you have to look at the recent debate to see how arrogant McCain was. He always has this creepy, scolding smile on his face whenever Obama talks like "He should know better".

"Creep, scolding smile"? I don't remember that. You should see how Obama looks half the time...

Finally, I would also like to point out that nearly all parties in American politics are regarded by nearly every other nation in the world as being extreme rightists. Democrats should be renamed Moderates and Republicans as Reactionists.

That's probably because a good deal of other nations forsook free enterprise in favor of socialism, which is considered left in American politics. But since it's thoroughly ingrained in the other countries, left-leaning people here will appear more conservative to the majority of foreign people. Meh, that's just my two dollars on what I've observed so far. Two cents isn't worth anything anymore.




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#45 11 years ago

Even though Sarah Palin is not the most experienced canidate she still has much more to offer then Obama. People seem to forget that he was in the Senate for less then a year and that he spent half of that time campaigning. Sarah Palin has suffered bashing from the left-wing media ever since she was announced as Mccain's VP canidate. And John Mccain is Just not fighting back, which is one of the problems. He adds a jab here and there but he has to keep giving full force punches if he wants to K.O. the Obama Campaign. I mean come on? The Obama Campaign claimed that John Mccain went back to the Senate to vote on the bill only to "exploit the situation and boost his own presidental status." How low can you get? But yes, in other matters, one of the things that we have seen in the past day is that most people in the House who denied to pass the $700 Bailout Bill were up for re-election and they didn't want to cost there chances at being re-elected. That just really sickens me. And the sad part is there is no leadership within the entire goverment. Im so sick of the pointing of fingers, "Those stupid Liberals did!", "No! It was the big buissnes Republicans!" The nation needs to ban together and work with eachother to get through this, and this entire situation sickens me.




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#46 11 years ago

Maybe if we mash up Eddie's skull, with the splinters of bone poking through his brain, he might not have such twisted views of mother fucking everything. He's the more competent version of that redneck woman that Jeffro posted.

Obama has zero experience. None.

Want to know who else has experience as a senator, and not a mayor or governor? John McCain.

The Right Wingers on this forum get trashed appropriately so, because most of them just deny any counter point and keep a closed mind. They can have why spending a trillion on something explained to them over and over, and they will stick to their views.




Razgriz1928

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#47 11 years ago

A Closed Mind? I'd rather take someone who has been in the military, a prisoner of war, and has been in goverment for years, over someone who is an obvious liar and is friends with a terrorist with 0 goverment experience, because Iran isn't getting any friendlier.




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#48 11 years ago

What does being a prisoner of war and veteran have to do with political ability? I don't see Obama as a liar, where is it? Do you have mind-binoculars?




Razgriz1928

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#49 11 years ago

I see Mccain as a better Commander and Chief of the U.S. Army then Obama. But of course, if Obama was president we wouldn't Need The army because all we have to do is talk with people. And no I don't have mind binoculars, but I have this thing called logic, its really usefull. If Obama expects me to believe that he sat in that church, for Twenty Years and not here one radicall thing that Wright said, is pretty much impossible. And once again, he's a friend of a terrorist, who says he would commit terror again if he could. Thats like me grabbing Osama Bin Laden as my supporter and having him speak at my rally.




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#50 11 years ago
Ihaterednecks;4610517I don't see Obama as a liar, where is it? Do you have mind-binoculars?

hes with that racist preacher, u see. obviusly if he goes to that guys church, hes a racist as well. its really fckin obvius.

therefore, hes a liar.