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OutletPass
04-09-2004, 10:56 PM
Funny ass posts and cliche posts from the politcal board:

Polarization:

--The democratic party no longer is worthy of running this country
--As usual the dims and libs have to lie their way through the election until they get in office
--creepy outbursts from commentators and screams from Democratic senators
--The dimocrats have so little integrity that it's ludicrous
--willingness of the democrats to have us run from the terrorists
--Western elites beating their breasts
--the same tired hippie rhetoric
--leftist media ...the fifth column ...Truly there is a fifth column at work and the terrorists know it.

The US as the Supreme Being:

--Dubya gave the UN the chance to be relevant.
--Kerry calls on the US to bend over and get it from his buddies at the UN and his french brethren..
--the lack of moral standing of the UN
--while the left is pumping all their resources into sliming Bush's historic fight against terror

About the elusive WMD's:
-- From Fish..Yes Republican made up things and forced the gullible democracts to believe that WMD's existed

(How psychic on your part, Fish !)

--The democrats would LOVE (IRAQ) to be another TET.
--The shameful statement that Iraq will be Bush's Vietnam
--And now....How goes the war?

--Will Kerry be the first president picked by the french?
--and islamofacists

Now, The ultimate farce posts:
-- RECENT ALLEGED INFIDELITY, RIVALS PREDICT RUIN"
-- hahhaha.. hilarious!
--Madape-Thanks for posting the pics of all the interns! WHICH ONE DO Y'ALL THINK IT IS?
--Of course. He broke his marriage vows ...Alex Polie- 24 years old.
--Here's a link to a picture of Kerry's happy hump-hump girl
--just read that Kerry had retained Gary Condit as a crisis consultant.
--Marrying millionaires and bangin' floozies. I guess Kerry gets the best of both worlds.

(Oh, by the way, is this trash or WHAT ?)

And the most insane post:

-- All you have to ask is who would the terrorists prefer in the WH... Kerry or Bush?

(Is that simple or what ?)

Funny stuff...

More later. Madape's take on the economy and it's importance in the election.

Chiwas
04-10-2004, 02:52 PM
"Funny" stuff:

I've been comparing the last week information of CNN about the "war" -wasn't it over a year ago?- in Iraq with two major Mexico's City newspapers and with the top news show in TV, and my conclussion is:

- CNN is watching -or reporting- a very different situation than the mentioned Mexican sources.

Even if the truth is closer to the middle of both perspectives and not necessarily to the Mexican, nor to the home made, you wouldn't like it at all.

dude1394
04-10-2004, 04:48 PM
Originally posted by: OutletPass
Funny ass posts and cliche posts from the politcal board:

Polarization:

--The democratic party no longer is worthy of running this country
--As usual the dims and libs have to lie their way through the election until they get in office
--creepy outbursts from commentators and screams from Democratic senators
--The dimocrats have so little integrity that it's ludicrous
--willingness of the democrats to have us run from the terrorists
--Western elites beating their breasts
--the same tired hippie rhetoric
--leftist media ...the fifth column ...Truly there is a fifth column at work and the terrorists know it.

On the worst day in a string of exceptionally bloody days for U.S. troops, U.S. Sen. Ted Kennedy, serving as John Kerry's designated rhetorical bomb-thrower, said precisely what our enemies wanted to hear.
He shouted: "Iraq is George Bush's Vietnam, and this country needs a new president."
Now, I'm not saying he's a traitor. I am saying he made an outrageous and shameful charge that puts politics above the safety of our troops, success in Iraq and national security.
In fact, I shouldn't have to go on about the inanity of the Iraq-Vietnam comparison because it's so silly. What's not silly are the consequences of Kennedy's remarks - and Kerry's refusal to disavow them.
The Arab street doesn't know that Kennedy's a partisan hatchet man. All it knows is what it is told - which in this case is that one of America's most revered senators and the brother of JFK has declared that Iraq is the equivalent of Vietnam and that the violence in Iraq means Bush should go. If that's not a signal to our enemies that America is losing its resolve and that continued violence is worthwhile, I'm not sure what is.

"I call upon the American people to stand beside their brethren, the Iraqi people, who are suffering an injustice by your rulers and the occupying army, to help them in the transfer of power to honest Iraqis," Sadr said in a statement issued by his office in the southern city of Najaf.
"Otherwise, Iraq will be another Vietnam for America and the occupiers."

Anti-war US Congressman Jim McDermott told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme: “Having gone out there so boldly like a wild cowboy, he now is out there by himself and there are a lot of people saying ‘Mr President, you are going to have to admit you made a mistake before you get any help from anybody’.

As he took the microphone at a crowded Washington fund-raiser a few days ago, Senator John Kerry made no secret of his strong ties to the man who had just given him a rousing introduction: Senator Edward M. Kennedy.
"We are as close as Dick Cheney and Justice Scalia," quipped Mr. Kerry, referring to the vice president and Antonin Scalia, whose hunting trip together has raised some critics' concerns.



The US as the Supreme Being:
--Dubya gave the UN the chance to be relevant.
--Kerry calls on the US to bend over and get it from his buddies at the UN and his french brethren..
--the lack of moral standing of the UN
--while the left is pumping all their resources into sliming Bush's historic fight against terror

The United Nations and Secretary-General Kofi Annan acknowledge the ”collective failure” of the international community 10 years ago to prevent the genocide in which some groups say as many as one million Rwandans were killed -- most were ethnic minority Tutsi.

ATTACK ON THE UN: IRAQI CHAOS 'IS AMERICA'S FAULT'

UNITED NATIONS — Secretary-General Kofi Annan (search) said the U.N. watchdog has begun an investigation of allegations that former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein (search) reaped millions of dollars from the U.N. oil-for-food humanitarian program.


About the elusive WMD's:
-- From Fish..Yes Republican made up things and forced the gullible democracts to believe that WMD's existed
AFP - Former US president Bill Clinton said in October during a visit to Portugal that he was convinced Iraq had weapons of mass destruction up until the fall of Saddam Hussein, Portuguese Prime Minister Jose Manuel Durao Barroso said.

"No one disputes that they existed," said Walter Slocombe, a Democrat and the undersecretary of defense for policy for President Clinton. Even Saddam Hussein admitted they existed."

LONDON, England (CNN) -- The late UK government scientist David Kelly believed Iraq did have banned weapons and posed an immediate threat, according to a previously unbroadcast interview.

Who were the political leaders who, according to critics of the Iraq war, perpetrated this fraud on the American people by making overblown warnings about Saddam's weapons of mass destruction? Respectively, President Bill Clinton, Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, Defense Secretary William Cohen, National Security Adviser Sandy Berger, Sen. Tom Daschle and Sen. John Kerry.
They were all speaking in the late 1990s when Clinton bombed Iraq to "degrade" an Iraqi WMD capacity that we are supposed to believe disappeared in the inspection-free years that ensued, only to be resurrected as a false justification for war by the Bush administration.



And the most insane post:
-- All you have to ask is who would the terrorists prefer in the WH... Kerry or Bush?

"I call upon the American people to stand beside their brethren, the Iraqi people, who are suffering an injustice by your rulers and the occupying army, to help them in the transfer of power to honest Iraqis," Sadr said in a statement issued by his office in the southern city of Najaf.
"Otherwise, Iraq will be another Vietnam for America and the occupiers."

The North Vietnamese "won" the Tet offensive and ultimately Vietnam because they forced America to lose its nerve. That's what al-Sadr and bin Laden have been counting on from the beginning as they try to persuade Muslims to kill Americans. And I'll bet they think Ted Kennedy's whistling their tune.