DLC, what a breath of fresh air. Zap could take a few dozen lessons from you. <br><br>Okay (cracking kunckles) lets see what we have here.<br><br>You're right. Durbin did not specificly say 'soldiers'. So tell me, who do you think he meant? Who else is at Gitmo? The Girl Scouts? Amway? Peewee Herman? I don't think it takes a " right wing Spin " to understand he meant the Marines. You think I'm wrong? Then how is it that even the people on his own party openly comment that he should not have said that about our soldiers?<br><br>My president? I thought you were a US citizen. You aren't. Well, in that case you really don't have much say is what Bush does. <br>Let me know when you vote in this country and then we'll talk. <br><br>
so you admit the term Soliders was a "plant" by spinners !!<br><br>great...bout time !<br><br>were all the interrogators "military" ? probably not -I'm sure there were some CIA reps there too... not that it matters.. he said Americans.<br>The rest I agree was too extreme. Like I said - it was a very STUPID mistake.<br><br>Well thanks for the offer Matt; you keep YOUR toys .. YOU need them much, much more than I do, delerious one!! <br><br>and I loved your picture without the guitar. <br>you seem to be graying much more though - I suggest some Grecian Formula for your pony tail.<br><br>Good luck and try to hold yourself together during this trying time for the Bush groupies. <br><br>David (OFI)<br>
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>so you admit the term Soliders was a "plant" by spinners !!<p><hr></blockquote><p>Hmmm .. Now what "Americans" in control of the prisoners at Guantanamo Bay, Camp Delta could Dick Durbin be talking about? Ummmm ... Ummmm . . . wheeeewww... I'm .. I'm going to say .. man .. I'm going to say .. American .. uhh ... American Soldiers? <br><br>**DING**DING**DING**DING** YES!You are correct, go again.<br><br>I'll take Raving Nutbag Extremists for $1000.<br><br>"Atlanta"<br><br>Who is DLC?<br><br>**DING**DING**DING**DING** YES!You are correct, go again.<br><br>I'll take Slobbering Georgia Moonbats for $400 . . . <br><br><br> <br>
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The Iraq War is already haunting us, and haunting Iraq in an even bigger way, and the haunting will get worse. And maybe we can remember not to put innocent civilians as well in harms way unless absolutely necessary. They don't have sufficient body armor either, from my understanding.<br><br>
_________________________ We are STILL what we repeatedly do - insists Aristotle
from CNN:<br>"Last week, Lt. Col. Frederick P. Wellman, who helps oversee the training of Iraqi troops, told the Philadelphia Inquirer's Tom Lasseter that the insurgency was most definitely not running out of recruits: "We can't kill them all. When I kill one, I create three."<br><br>oh but according to the Bush Groupies (see above) -"we're doing SOOO well!!" -"Bush has done such an outstanding job!" at what ? killing Americans??<br>and Cheney tells us "the insurgency is in it's last throes" and these lame brains believe him after he's batting near 1000 on NOT being accurate on anything about terrorism or Iraq <br><br>it is SOO laughable the level of their incomprehension.<br><br>David (OFI)<br>
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Yae know, it's people like you and skippy that made me extend my tour in Iraq, because I can not stand the thought of being near the problem (YOU) but would rather be making a difference. You will never make a difference, you may say you can and will, but bottom-line it's your actions that make you who you are. Have your actions taken you from the comfort of your home to the front lines of a war that is making a difference not only for us but the Iraqi people? Yea, I have heard all the rants of the officers and yea many are very correct, we are our own worse enemy, when dealing with the problem. You really need to form your own opinions from being part of the event, not by the words of others. Myself, I know what I do is making a difference and so do the other members of my team. So do the Iraqis we work hand in hand with and fight along side with. As for you and your keep the words coming, because that is all you have to offer. <br><br>From someone serving in the streets of Baghdad. <br><br>
Well you will probably not believe this but I DO support you. I support you and all the other brave men to come home soon, and standing upright. AND I do appreciate what you do, but how do you feel that you are there based on a pack of lies Bush told to start the war ? remember, there were no WMDs, no connection to 9/11, or to Al Quada.<br><br>I DO have sympathy for the Iraqis on the street and I didn't like what Saddam did, but while he was doing it back in the 80's and early 90's we (our govt then ) assisted the azzhole! We hepled create the monster he was, and all of this could have possibly been avoided if Bush 1 had supported the Shiite uprising after Desert Storm like he promised, McTeak. Another example of failed US foreign policies. But who "sacrifices" ? soldiers like yourself. I think that's grossly unfair.<br><br>I don't think Iraq will ever be "stabilized" until the Shiites, Sunnis, and Kurds have had enough and come to an agreement to form 3 countries or to share the existing one. They will do that with or without us. We (our presence) are not the critical issue! We cannot "MAKE" them have a democracy... if fact if there were a "true democracy" you'd have Shiite cleric elected and we'd have another Iran. Iraq was a "Pandora's box" we should have never touched.<br><br>Best wishes to you Mcteak. <br><br>David (OFI)<br>
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