<br>why does one wear red and the other wear black?<br>because one is trying to fool the other, perhaps.<br><br>so get this:<br><br>Bush said Saddam Hussein loyalists and "foreign jihadists" are working together to launch attacks against Americans and Iraqis in a 200-square-mile (520 sq-km) area he called the "Baathist triangle" (hate to tell ya but there was a skirmish in the Kurd region up north according to that pesky unpatriotic network called BBC) and including Saddam's home region.<br><br>"Foreign jihadists have arrived across Iraq's borders in small groups with a goal of installing a Taliban-like regime," Bush said, referring to the Islamic hardliners in Afghanistan who harboured Osama bin Laden's al Qaeda network before they were thrown from power by U.S. forces after the September 11, 2001, attacks.<br><br>He said Saddam loyalists and the jihadists "may have different long-term goals, but they share a near-term strategy: To terrorise Iraqis and to intimidate America and our allies."<br><br>-reuters<br><br>Saddumb the sickfuk, rooted his power ties in buying out the villages and turning them into towns, that's why there are some tribes on his side, they're too primitive to care if he was a puppet of the U.S. from the get go.<br><br>Installing a regime, kinda like ya did in Florida, U.S., right bushwa?<br>Take away womens' rights to their bodies, cut edjucation, increase pollution etc.<br>People should read between the lies more often, makes things more interesting, more human.<br><br>I can't beleive that damn Brit was right when he told me at the steakhouse "symbolically so', "your country if dekcuf if bushwa get's into office"<br><br>http://www.boycottbush.net<br>[color:blue]Top 10 brands to boycott<br>1 Esso<br>2 Kraft<br>3 Microsoft<br>4 AOL<br>5 Asda<br>6 Lucozade<br>7 Budweiser<br>8 Citibank<br>9 Walkers Crisps<br>10 Texaco<br></font color=blue><br>For this war no one can win.<br>And it seems I'll never learn.<br>In the name of god you boast, in the name of your god.<br>Let the people live already. We're all interconnected now, the world is shrinking fast, population and usage of elements must be modified surely.<br>Solar energy, wind farming, fundamental and chemical changes must take place, as well as cultural. Tradition and heritage misnomers are but a drop in the bucket compared to greener, future trends. The people feel the burn of pollution, corruption and maladjusted living.<br><br>When you see people wasted like numbers in a game, how do you feel?<br>Noticing garbage on the side of the road for weeks at a time, in the water ways, what does your mind say, inside?<br><br>When there's sensless violence in a bar, street or home, what or whom can we blame? A system imploding, upon those that put all their eggs in one basket? Regards, peace.<br><br>The truth is only elusive if we choose not to see it.
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