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Troops Throw French Fridge from Baghdad Control Tower
December 2, 2005



BEGIN TRANSCRIPT
RUSH: I want to share with you excerpts from a letter I got today, an
e-mail letter...

Dear Mr. Limbaugh,

I can't even begin to tell you how proud I am knowing that you are
behind that microphone and honoring our troops here in the Iraqi
theater. Thank you, sir, for your unwavering support for all of our
airmen, soldiers, sailors, Marines, and Coast Guardsmen fighting the
global war on terror -- especially those in the current battle for
Iraq that are assigned under my charge. I'm extremely proud of all my
troops. I'm also very proud of my coalition brethren who engaged in
combat operations here. The list of honorable warriors also includes
members of the Iraqi armed forces. Fifteen years ago I never would
have imagined having my own boots on the same ground over which I
chased Iraqi Air Force MiG fighter jets across the sky in hot pursuit.
But times have changed. [So this guy was in the first Gulf War.] We
get you live on Camp Liberty radio Baghdad, 98.0FM. I listen to you at
eight p.m., Iraq local, each day whenever I can. At that time of the
night I may be likely on my way driving back from the Halliburton
Kellogg Brown & Root operated chow hall. Friday is usually lobster and
steak night and pretty damn good. Driving back from chow, I'll try not
to hit any protected wild dogs or gazelles that run across the road,
and I'm not kidding. There are protected wild dogs and gazelles here
that we can't hit.

We don't care, though. It's the threat rocket and mortar attacks that
have more of my concern. But we have to have a sense of humor here.
Every once in a while something hilarious does happen and my troops
and I just bust a gut laughing. And here's one such story. The most
recent chuckle involved launching a dilapidated refrigerator made in
France from the catwalk on top of the Baghdad International airport
control tower. The control tower stands about 200 feet above ground
and the refrigerator reached terminal velocity quickly after leaving
the catwalk prior to impacting the ground. It may not sound a bit
funny to many people, however, military necessity dictated removal of
the refrigerator, made in France, from the tower cab. This necessity
arose because of a loud and annoying chronic squeal the French
refrigerator made each time it powered itself on. The squeal was often
heard as background noise in the radio transmissions made from the
tower. At first this background noise was misconstrued by coalition
military aircraft and civilian airliners as enemy electric radio
jamming countermeasures on our radio frequency. But the noise, coupled
with the drain in electric power from the refrigerator made in France,
weakened our radio output power transmissions and drowned out our
voice.
We considered for two-tenths of a second conducting an in-depth staff
study of the apparent noise jamming reports we received, but my senior
NCO solved the problem by pulling the electrical plug from the wall
connecting the refrigerator made in France. That worked for about a
week after which time the same refrigerator made in France began to
stink. The sunlight through the tower cab windows somehow turned the
inside of the refrigerator into a large yogurt culture. The only
course of action we deemed appropriate was to get rid of that
refrigerator made in France. Option one involved several flights of
stairs, would need to be surmounted downward as we would need to carry
the large icebox down the stairs. Option two involved using the
building's elevator, which also made in France. This was too risky
since the elevator only worked when it felt like it, and only between
the hours of ten and 1400, and only after much stroking with
preventive maintenance technicians. It's always the belt, the flimsy
rubber belts, the motor made in France that rendered the elevator made
in France useless to us to move the refrigerator made in France out of
the building.

No French technicians were around to fix any of this stuff and we
couldn't read the French placards on any of the machinery. Thus, in
order to avoid any lower back spinal disk vertebrae compression
fractures, at the time we settled on option three. We launched the
refrigerator made in France from the catwalk. It was decision made out
of military necessity. It came crashing down. It hit the sidewalk;
exploded wide open. There was also a rather large smelly dust cloud
that lingered for quite some time after impact. It attracted some
attention but it wasn't really clear with all the dust what really
happened after impact, but after awhile we didn't pay much attention
to any of it. We moved on and we're still moving on. Now there's no
loud squeal in the control tower radios. The radio transmitter is at
full electrical power and the safety of flight for coalition air
operations has increased exponentially. None of my comments are
intended to imply any political leanings one way or the other. Mr.
Limbaugh, war is ugly -- and it is, and some refrigerators are ugly.
There are things in the hearts of men that are far uglier than war
itself, and my troops and I are fighting for those cherished ideals of
democracy.

Democracy is our strategic weapon in the global war on terror -- and
from what I can see from my airmen, Iraqi counterparts, Iraqi families
and children, it's working here in Iraq. I'll never forget the images
of this war. It's horrible. But we really believe this is worth the
fight, and it's those stupid, priceless moments shared with my troops
like the above story, throwing the Made-in-France refrigerator off the
catwalk atop the Baghdad Control Tower that I know I will cherish
forever. Thank you again for supporting my troops out here in Iraq.
I'm honored by your gracious support. I admire your courage and wish
you continued success in spreading the message of war fighters
fighting for freedom to your audience because that's what this war is
all about. And we will win the battle for Iraq. In fact, we are
kicking some ass.

Thanks, Rush, for staying awake through this e-mail.

Mega dittos from Baghdad. May God bless you.

Very respectfully
Taz

PS. Enclosed is a picture of all the guys that work in this control
tower, the air traffic control section.
RUSH: I don't know if this is before they threw the fridge off the
catwalk or not, but I got the picture. It's a fabulous picture, and I
want to thank.... I'm not going to mention the name here. This
elevator story may get some people in trouble so I don't want to
mention the name of a guy who sent it. He knows who he is and he'll
hear this at some point. But when you get e-mails like that, and we
get them frequently. Sergeant Clay Smith and his videos which are now,
by the way, available for free iPod downloading at RushLimbaugh.com --
and you get those, and you get these e-mails, and we get these phone
calls from people who have come back -- the people that are there,
people that are in the midst of it -- and then you compare and
contrast their attitude, the things they say to what you hear from the
likes of John Murtha and John Kerry and Nancy Pelosi and there's a
huge disconnect. I'm going to tell you something. When it comes on the
scale of balance, comes time to weigh who's telling us the truth, I'm
going to trust the people who are wearing the uniform, who are in the
theater of battle, who are risking their lives, and who are the ones
who volunteered to do all this. I'm going to believe them. They know
what's happening when Murtha says they can't win; when Murtha says
that they're worn down; that they're living hand-to-mouth; that they
don't have the proper equipment.

Well, maybe they don't have a decent refrigerator in the control tower
at Baghdad International, but they took care of that themselves as
they're trained to do. I much rather believe and put my faith in the
people who have the guts and the courage to carry out the policies
necessary for this country's assured freedom despite the best efforts
of a major political party in this country which is trying to undercut
them. It's infuriating, and it's a shame at the same time. But believe
me, the party, the Democratic Party, the American left that's
attempting to undercut the mission, to cut and run, to quit, to give
up, attempting to demoralize the warriors and fighters that are
actually engaged in this battle, they are the ones who are being
undercut. They're stabbing themselves in the back, in the front. I
don't know if they're actually able to hit their hearts because I
don't see much evidence they have any. This is a cold, ruthless bunch
of people, selfish, self-focused. It's all about them. Even in the
midst of their fellow citizens who have volunteered to go to war, to
defend and protect this country and its Constitution, some of them are
dying, even in the face of that, the American left and its leaders can
think only of themselves -- and it's not about you, and it never has
been about you, and every effort you leftists and you Democrats make
to make it about you just causes a greater distance between yourselves
and the American voter, which you will see soon enough. You would
think they'd be able to see the evidence of this in the last two
elections. But they haven't gotten the message yet, and they may well
never get it.

BREAK TRANSCRIPT

RUSH: I just got an e-mail from the military man that just sent me the
e-mail that I read. His name is "Taz." That's his nickname. He said,
"Hey, go ahead and read that story about the refrigerator made in
France. I wouldn't have sent it if I was afraid it would get around. I
mean, I'm already in Baghdad. What else can they do to me? Send me to
Abu Ghraib?" (Laughing) So his name is Taz. He's a fabulous guy,
apparently.

END TRANSCRIPT
--

Scott in Florida
 
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Discussion Starter · #2 ·
"Scott in Florida" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]
> Troops Throw French Fridge from Baghdad Control Tower
> December 2, 2005
>
>
>
> BEGIN TRANSCRIPT
> RUSH: I want to share with you excerpts from a letter I got today, an
> e-mail letter...
>
> Dear Mr. Limbaugh,
>
> I can't even begin to tell you how proud I am knowing that you are
> behind that microphone and honoring our troops here in the Iraqi
> theater. Thank you, sir, for your unwavering support for all of our
> airmen, soldiers, sailors, Marines, and Coast Guardsmen fighting the
> global war on terror -- especially those in the current battle for
> Iraq that are assigned under my charge. I'm extremely proud of all my
> troops. I'm also very proud of my coalition brethren who engaged in
> combat operations here. The list of honorable warriors also includes
> members of the Iraqi armed forces. Fifteen years ago I never would
> have imagined having my own boots on the same ground over which I
> chased Iraqi Air Force MiG fighter jets across the sky in hot pursuit.
> But times have changed. [So this guy was in the first Gulf War.] We
> get you live on Camp Liberty radio Baghdad, 98.0FM. I listen to you at
> eight p.m., Iraq local, each day whenever I can. At that time of the
> night I may be likely on my way driving back from the Halliburton
> Kellogg Brown & Root operated chow hall. Friday is usually lobster and
> steak night and pretty damn good. Driving back from chow, I'll try not
> to hit any protected wild dogs or gazelles that run across the road,
> and I'm not kidding. There are protected wild dogs and gazelles here
> that we can't hit.
>
> We don't care, though. It's the threat rocket and mortar attacks that
> have more of my concern. But we have to have a sense of humor here.
> Every once in a while something hilarious does happen and my troops
> and I just bust a gut laughing. And here's one such story. The most
> recent chuckle involved launching a dilapidated refrigerator made in
> France from the catwalk on top of the Baghdad International airport
> control tower. The control tower stands about 200 feet above ground
> and the refrigerator reached terminal velocity quickly after leaving
> the catwalk prior to impacting the ground. It may not sound a bit
> funny to many people, however, military necessity dictated removal of
> the refrigerator, made in France, from the tower cab. This necessity
> arose because of a loud and annoying chronic squeal the French
> refrigerator made each time it powered itself on. The squeal was often
> heard as background noise in the radio transmissions made from the
> tower. At first this background noise was misconstrued by coalition
> military aircraft and civilian airliners as enemy electric radio
> jamming countermeasures on our radio frequency. But the noise, coupled
> with the drain in electric power from the refrigerator made in France,
> weakened our radio output power transmissions and drowned out our
> voice.
> We considered for two-tenths of a second conducting an in-depth staff
> study of the apparent noise jamming reports we received, but my senior
> NCO solved the problem by pulling the electrical plug from the wall
> connecting the refrigerator made in France. That worked for about a
> week after which time the same refrigerator made in France began to
> stink. The sunlight through the tower cab windows somehow turned the
> inside of the refrigerator into a large yogurt culture. The only
> course of action we deemed appropriate was to get rid of that
> refrigerator made in France. Option one involved several flights of
> stairs, would need to be surmounted downward as we would need to carry
> the large icebox down the stairs. Option two involved using the
> building's elevator, which also made in France. This was too risky
> since the elevator only worked when it felt like it, and only between
> the hours of ten and 1400, and only after much stroking with
> preventive maintenance technicians. It's always the belt, the flimsy
> rubber belts, the motor made in France that rendered the elevator made
> in France useless to us to move the refrigerator made in France out of
> the building.
>
> No French technicians were around to fix any of this stuff and we
> couldn't read the French placards on any of the machinery. Thus, in
> order to avoid any lower back spinal disk vertebrae compression
> fractures, at the time we settled on option three. We launched the
> refrigerator made in France from the catwalk. It was decision made out
> of military necessity. It came crashing down. It hit the sidewalk;
> exploded wide open. There was also a rather large smelly dust cloud
> that lingered for quite some time after impact. It attracted some
> attention but it wasn't really clear with all the dust what really
> happened after impact, but after awhile we didn't pay much attention
> to any of it. We moved on and we're still moving on. Now there's no
> loud squeal in the control tower radios. The radio transmitter is at
> full electrical power and the safety of flight for coalition air
> operations has increased exponentially. None of my comments are
> intended to imply any political leanings one way or the other. Mr.
> Limbaugh, war is ugly -- and it is, and some refrigerators are ugly.
> There are things in the hearts of men that are far uglier than war
> itself, and my troops and I are fighting for those cherished ideals of
> democracy.
>
> Democracy is our strategic weapon in the global war on terror -- and
> from what I can see from my airmen, Iraqi counterparts, Iraqi families
> and children, it's working here in Iraq. I'll never forget the images
> of this war. It's horrible. But we really believe this is worth the
> fight, and it's those stupid, priceless moments shared with my troops
> like the above story, throwing the Made-in-France refrigerator off the
> catwalk atop the Baghdad Control Tower that I know I will cherish
> forever. Thank you again for supporting my troops out here in Iraq.
> I'm honored by your gracious support. I admire your courage and wish
> you continued success in spreading the message of war fighters
> fighting for freedom to your audience because that's what this war is
> all about. And we will win the battle for Iraq. In fact, we are
> kicking some ass.
>
> Thanks, Rush, for staying awake through this e-mail.
>
> Mega dittos from Baghdad. May God bless you.
>
> Very respectfully
> Taz
>
> PS. Enclosed is a picture of all the guys that work in this control
> tower, the air traffic control section.
> RUSH: I don't know if this is before they threw the fridge off the
> catwalk or not, but I got the picture. It's a fabulous picture, and I
> want to thank.... I'm not going to mention the name here. This
> elevator story may get some people in trouble so I don't want to
> mention the name of a guy who sent it. He knows who he is and he'll
> hear this at some point. But when you get e-mails like that, and we
> get them frequently. Sergeant Clay Smith and his videos which are now,
> by the way, available for free iPod downloading at RushLimbaugh.com --
> and you get those, and you get these e-mails, and we get these phone
> calls from people who have come back -- the people that are there,
> people that are in the midst of it -- and then you compare and
> contrast their attitude, the things they say to what you hear from the
> likes of John Murtha and John Kerry and Nancy Pelosi and there's a
> huge disconnect. I'm going to tell you something. When it comes on the
> scale of balance, comes time to weigh who's telling us the truth, I'm
> going to trust the people who are wearing the uniform, who are in the
> theater of battle, who are risking their lives, and who are the ones
> who volunteered to do all this. I'm going to believe them. They know
> what's happening when Murtha says they can't win; when Murtha says
> that they're worn down; that they're living hand-to-mouth; that they
> don't have the proper equipment.
>
> Well, maybe they don't have a decent refrigerator in the control tower
> at Baghdad International, but they took care of that themselves as
> they're trained to do. I much rather believe and put my faith in the
> people who have the guts and the courage to carry out the policies
> necessary for this country's assured freedom despite the best efforts
> of a major political party in this country which is trying to undercut
> them. It's infuriating, and it's a shame at the same time. But believe
> me, the party, the Democratic Party, the American left that's
> attempting to undercut the mission, to cut and run, to quit, to give
> up, attempting to demoralize the warriors and fighters that are
> actually engaged in this battle, they are the ones who are being
> undercut. They're stabbing themselves in the back, in the front. I
> don't know if they're actually able to hit their hearts because I
> don't see much evidence they have any. This is a cold, ruthless bunch
> of people, selfish, self-focused. It's all about them. Even in the
> midst of their fellow citizens who have volunteered to go to war, to
> defend and protect this country and its Constitution, some of them are
> dying, even in the face of that, the American left and its leaders can
> think only of themselves -- and it's not about you, and it never has
> been about you, and every effort you leftists and you Democrats make
> to make it about you just causes a greater distance between yourselves
> and the American voter, which you will see soon enough. You would
> think they'd be able to see the evidence of this in the last two
> elections. But they haven't gotten the message yet, and they may well
> never get it.
>
> BREAK TRANSCRIPT
>
> RUSH: I just got an e-mail from the military man that just sent me the
> e-mail that I read. His name is "Taz." That's his nickname. He said,
> "Hey, go ahead and read that story about the refrigerator made in
> France. I wouldn't have sent it if I was afraid it would get around. I
> mean, I'm already in Baghdad. What else can they do to me? Send me to
> Abu Ghraib?" (Laughing) So his name is Taz. He's a fabulous guy,
> apparently.
>
> END TRANSCRIPT
> --
>
> Scott in Florida


Running out of new material, or just a senior moment? Except for
Limbaugh's rambling at the end, this is the same thing you posted on
12/4/05.
 
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Discussion Starter · #3 ·
On Thu, 15 Dec 2005 19:32:05 GMT, "Truckdude" <[email protected]>
wrote:

>
>"Scott in Florida" <[email protected]> wrote in message
>news:[email protected]
>> Troops Throw French Fridge from Baghdad Control Tower
>> December 2, 2005
>>
>>
>>
>> BEGIN TRANSCRIPT
>> RUSH: I want to share with you excerpts from a letter I got today, an
>> e-mail letter...
>>
>> Dear Mr. Limbaugh,
>>
>> I can't even begin to tell you how proud I am knowing that you are
>> behind that microphone and honoring our troops here in the Iraqi
>> theater. Thank you, sir, for your unwavering support for all of our
>> airmen, soldiers, sailors, Marines, and Coast Guardsmen fighting the
>> global war on terror -- especially those in the current battle for
>> Iraq that are assigned under my charge. I'm extremely proud of all my
>> troops. I'm also very proud of my coalition brethren who engaged in
>> combat operations here. The list of honorable warriors also includes
>> members of the Iraqi armed forces. Fifteen years ago I never would
>> have imagined having my own boots on the same ground over which I
>> chased Iraqi Air Force MiG fighter jets across the sky in hot pursuit.
>> But times have changed. [So this guy was in the first Gulf War.] We
>> get you live on Camp Liberty radio Baghdad, 98.0FM. I listen to you at
>> eight p.m., Iraq local, each day whenever I can. At that time of the
>> night I may be likely on my way driving back from the Halliburton
>> Kellogg Brown & Root operated chow hall. Friday is usually lobster and
>> steak night and pretty damn good. Driving back from chow, I'll try not
>> to hit any protected wild dogs or gazelles that run across the road,
>> and I'm not kidding. There are protected wild dogs and gazelles here
>> that we can't hit.
>>
>> We don't care, though. It's the threat rocket and mortar attacks that
>> have more of my concern. But we have to have a sense of humor here.
>> Every once in a while something hilarious does happen and my troops
>> and I just bust a gut laughing. And here's one such story. The most
>> recent chuckle involved launching a dilapidated refrigerator made in
>> France from the catwalk on top of the Baghdad International airport
>> control tower. The control tower stands about 200 feet above ground
>> and the refrigerator reached terminal velocity quickly after leaving
>> the catwalk prior to impacting the ground. It may not sound a bit
>> funny to many people, however, military necessity dictated removal of
>> the refrigerator, made in France, from the tower cab. This necessity
>> arose because of a loud and annoying chronic squeal the French
>> refrigerator made each time it powered itself on. The squeal was often
>> heard as background noise in the radio transmissions made from the
>> tower. At first this background noise was misconstrued by coalition
>> military aircraft and civilian airliners as enemy electric radio
>> jamming countermeasures on our radio frequency. But the noise, coupled
>> with the drain in electric power from the refrigerator made in France,
>> weakened our radio output power transmissions and drowned out our
>> voice.
>> We considered for two-tenths of a second conducting an in-depth staff
>> study of the apparent noise jamming reports we received, but my senior
>> NCO solved the problem by pulling the electrical plug from the wall
>> connecting the refrigerator made in France. That worked for about a
>> week after which time the same refrigerator made in France began to
>> stink. The sunlight through the tower cab windows somehow turned the
>> inside of the refrigerator into a large yogurt culture. The only
>> course of action we deemed appropriate was to get rid of that
>> refrigerator made in France. Option one involved several flights of
>> stairs, would need to be surmounted downward as we would need to carry
>> the large icebox down the stairs. Option two involved using the
>> building's elevator, which also made in France. This was too risky
>> since the elevator only worked when it felt like it, and only between
>> the hours of ten and 1400, and only after much stroking with
>> preventive maintenance technicians. It's always the belt, the flimsy
>> rubber belts, the motor made in France that rendered the elevator made
>> in France useless to us to move the refrigerator made in France out of
>> the building.
>>
>> No French technicians were around to fix any of this stuff and we
>> couldn't read the French placards on any of the machinery. Thus, in
>> order to avoid any lower back spinal disk vertebrae compression
>> fractures, at the time we settled on option three. We launched the
>> refrigerator made in France from the catwalk. It was decision made out
>> of military necessity. It came crashing down. It hit the sidewalk;
>> exploded wide open. There was also a rather large smelly dust cloud
>> that lingered for quite some time after impact. It attracted some
>> attention but it wasn't really clear with all the dust what really
>> happened after impact, but after awhile we didn't pay much attention
>> to any of it. We moved on and we're still moving on. Now there's no
>> loud squeal in the control tower radios. The radio transmitter is at
>> full electrical power and the safety of flight for coalition air
>> operations has increased exponentially. None of my comments are
>> intended to imply any political leanings one way or the other. Mr.
>> Limbaugh, war is ugly -- and it is, and some refrigerators are ugly.
>> There are things in the hearts of men that are far uglier than war
>> itself, and my troops and I are fighting for those cherished ideals of
>> democracy.
>>
>> Democracy is our strategic weapon in the global war on terror -- and
>> from what I can see from my airmen, Iraqi counterparts, Iraqi families
>> and children, it's working here in Iraq. I'll never forget the images
>> of this war. It's horrible. But we really believe this is worth the
>> fight, and it's those stupid, priceless moments shared with my troops
>> like the above story, throwing the Made-in-France refrigerator off the
>> catwalk atop the Baghdad Control Tower that I know I will cherish
>> forever. Thank you again for supporting my troops out here in Iraq.
>> I'm honored by your gracious support. I admire your courage and wish
>> you continued success in spreading the message of war fighters
>> fighting for freedom to your audience because that's what this war is
>> all about. And we will win the battle for Iraq. In fact, we are
>> kicking some ass.
>>
>> Thanks, Rush, for staying awake through this e-mail.
>>
>> Mega dittos from Baghdad. May God bless you.
>>
>> Very respectfully
>> Taz
>>
>> PS. Enclosed is a picture of all the guys that work in this control
>> tower, the air traffic control section.
>> RUSH: I don't know if this is before they threw the fridge off the
>> catwalk or not, but I got the picture. It's a fabulous picture, and I
>> want to thank.... I'm not going to mention the name here. This
>> elevator story may get some people in trouble so I don't want to
>> mention the name of a guy who sent it. He knows who he is and he'll
>> hear this at some point. But when you get e-mails like that, and we
>> get them frequently. Sergeant Clay Smith and his videos which are now,
>> by the way, available for free iPod downloading at RushLimbaugh.com --
>> and you get those, and you get these e-mails, and we get these phone
>> calls from people who have come back -- the people that are there,
>> people that are in the midst of it -- and then you compare and
>> contrast their attitude, the things they say to what you hear from the
>> likes of John Murtha and John Kerry and Nancy Pelosi and there's a
>> huge disconnect. I'm going to tell you something. When it comes on the
>> scale of balance, comes time to weigh who's telling us the truth, I'm
>> going to trust the people who are wearing the uniform, who are in the
>> theater of battle, who are risking their lives, and who are the ones
>> who volunteered to do all this. I'm going to believe them. They know
>> what's happening when Murtha says they can't win; when Murtha says
>> that they're worn down; that they're living hand-to-mouth; that they
>> don't have the proper equipment.
>>
>> Well, maybe they don't have a decent refrigerator in the control tower
>> at Baghdad International, but they took care of that themselves as
>> they're trained to do. I much rather believe and put my faith in the
>> people who have the guts and the courage to carry out the policies
>> necessary for this country's assured freedom despite the best efforts
>> of a major political party in this country which is trying to undercut
>> them. It's infuriating, and it's a shame at the same time. But believe
>> me, the party, the Democratic Party, the American left that's
>> attempting to undercut the mission, to cut and run, to quit, to give
>> up, attempting to demoralize the warriors and fighters that are
>> actually engaged in this battle, they are the ones who are being
>> undercut. They're stabbing themselves in the back, in the front. I
>> don't know if they're actually able to hit their hearts because I
>> don't see much evidence they have any. This is a cold, ruthless bunch
>> of people, selfish, self-focused. It's all about them. Even in the
>> midst of their fellow citizens who have volunteered to go to war, to
>> defend and protect this country and its Constitution, some of them are
>> dying, even in the face of that, the American left and its leaders can
>> think only of themselves -- and it's not about you, and it never has
>> been about you, and every effort you leftists and you Democrats make
>> to make it about you just causes a greater distance between yourselves
>> and the American voter, which you will see soon enough. You would
>> think they'd be able to see the evidence of this in the last two
>> elections. But they haven't gotten the message yet, and they may well
>> never get it.
>>
>> BREAK TRANSCRIPT
>>
>> RUSH: I just got an e-mail from the military man that just sent me the
>> e-mail that I read. His name is "Taz." That's his nickname. He said,
>> "Hey, go ahead and read that story about the refrigerator made in
>> France. I wouldn't have sent it if I was afraid it would get around. I
>> mean, I'm already in Baghdad. What else can they do to me? Send me to
>> Abu Ghraib?" (Laughing) So his name is Taz. He's a fabulous guy,
>> apparently.
>>
>> END TRANSCRIPT
>> --
>>
>> Scott in Florida

>
>Running out of new material, or just a senior moment? Except for
>Limbaugh's rambling at the end, this is the same thing you posted on
>12/4/05.
>


This is background for my message about Haliburton taking care of the
problem.....
--

Scott in Florida
 
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Discussion Starter · #4 ·
Scott in Florida wrote:
> Troops Throw French Fridge from Baghdad Control Tower
> December 2, 2005


Now those jackasses have our troops destroying property. Who in the
fuck is going to pay to replace that fridge?

Jesus.
 
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Discussion Starter · #5 ·
"Learning Richard" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]
>
> Scott in Florida wrote:
>> Troops Throw French Fridge from Baghdad Control Tower
>> December 2, 2005

>
> Now those jackasses have our troops destroying property. Who in the
> fuck is going to pay to replace that fridge?
>
> Jesus.


The corporation YOU love to hate, Halliburton, supplied a new fridge.


>
 
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Discussion Starter · #6 ·
Sharx35 wrote:
> "Learning Richard" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> news:[email protected]
> >
> > Scott in Florida wrote:
> >> Troops Throw French Fridge from Baghdad Control Tower
> >> December 2, 2005

> >
> > Now those jackasses have our troops destroying property. Who in the
> > fuck is going to pay to replace that fridge?
> >
> > Jesus.

>
> The corporation YOU love to hate, Halliburton, supplied a new fridge.


American taxpayers did, you blithering idiot.
 
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Discussion Starter · #7 ·
"Learning Richard" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]
>
> Sharx35 wrote:
>> "Learning Richard" <[email protected]> wrote in message
>> news:[email protected]
>> >
>> > Scott in Florida wrote:
>> >> Troops Throw French Fridge from Baghdad Control Tower
>> >> December 2, 2005
>> >
>> > Now those jackasses have our troops destroying property. Who in the
>> > fuck is going to pay to replace that fridge?
>> >
>> > Jesus.

>>
>> The corporation YOU love to hate, Halliburton, supplied a new fridge.

>
> American taxpayers did, you blithering idiot.


Suck dick, buttwad.
>
 
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Discussion Starter · #8 ·
Sharx35 wrote:
> "Learning Richard" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> news:[email protected]
>>
>> Sharx35 wrote:
>>> "Learning Richard" <[email protected]> wrote in message
>>> news:[email protected]
>>>>
>>>> Scott in Florida wrote:
>>>>> Troops Throw French Fridge from Baghdad Control Tower
>>>>> December 2, 2005
>>>>
>>>> Now those jackasses have our troops destroying property. Who in
>>>> the fuck is going to pay to replace that fridge?
>>>>
>>>> Jesus.
>>>
>>> The corporation YOU love to hate, Halliburton, supplied a new
>>> fridge.

>>
>> American taxpayers did, you blithering idiot.

>
> Suck dick, buttwad.


ROFLOL, a wad of truth hits home.
 
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Discussion Starter · #9 ·
FanJet wrote:
> Sharx35 wrote:
> > "Learning Richard" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> > news:[email protected]
> >>
> >> Sharx35 wrote:
> >>> "Learning Richard" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> >>> news:[email protected]
> >>>>
> >>>> Scott in Florida wrote:
> >>>>> Troops Throw French Fridge from Baghdad Control Tower
> >>>>> December 2, 2005
> >>>>
> >>>> Now those jackasses have our troops destroying property. Who in
> >>>> the fuck is going to pay to replace that fridge?
> >>>>
> >>>> Jesus.
> >>>
> >>> The corporation YOU love to hate, Halliburton, supplied a new
> >>> fridge.
> >>
> >> American taxpayers did, you blithering idiot.

> >
> > Suck dick, buttwad.

>
> ROFLOL, a wad of truth hits home.


Well, this shit head (menhaden35) doesn't have to lift a FINGER to
support Bush. All he has to do is sit up there in the fucking tundra
and act like he's got some balls. I'm still waiting for his punk ass
to come down to the USA and enlist.
 
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Discussion Starter · #10 ·
"Learning Richard" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]
>
> FanJet wrote:
>> Sharx35 wrote:
>> > "Learning Richard" <[email protected]> wrote in message
>> > news:[email protected]
>> >>
>> >> Sharx35 wrote:
>> >>> "Learning Richard" <[email protected]> wrote in message
>> >>> news:[email protected]
>> >>>>
>> >>>> Scott in Florida wrote:
>> >>>>> Troops Throw French Fridge from Baghdad Control Tower
>> >>>>> December 2, 2005
>> >>>>
>> >>>> Now those jackasses have our troops destroying property. Who in
>> >>>> the fuck is going to pay to replace that fridge?
>> >>>>
>> >>>> Jesus.
>> >>>
>> >>> The corporation YOU love to hate, Halliburton, supplied a new
>> >>> fridge.
>> >>
>> >> American taxpayers did, you blithering idiot.
>> >
>> > Suck dick, buttwad.

>>
>> ROFLOL, a wad of truth hits home.

>
> Well, this shit head (menhaden35) doesn't have to lift a FINGER to
> support Bush. All he has to do is sit up there in the fucking tundra
> and act like he's got some balls. I'm still waiting for his punk ass
> to come down to the USA and enlist.


I'll be right next to you, in line.


>
 
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Discussion Starter · #11 ·
Sharx35 wrote:
> "Learning Richard" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> news:[email protected]
> >
> > FanJet wrote:
> >> Sharx35 wrote:
> >> > "Learning Richard" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> >> > news:[email protected]
> >> >>
> >> >> Sharx35 wrote:
> >> >>> "Learning Richard" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> >> >>> news:[email protected]
> >> >>>>
> >> >>>> Scott in Florida wrote:
> >> >>>>> Troops Throw French Fridge from Baghdad Control Tower
> >> >>>>> December 2, 2005
> >> >>>>
> >> >>>> Now those jackasses have our troops destroying property. Who in
> >> >>>> the fuck is going to pay to replace that fridge?
> >> >>>>
> >> >>>> Jesus.
> >> >>>
> >> >>> The corporation YOU love to hate, Halliburton, supplied a new
> >> >>> fridge.
> >> >>
> >> >> American taxpayers did, you blithering idiot.
> >> >
> >> > Suck dick, buttwad.
> >>
> >> ROFLOL, a wad of truth hits home.

> >
> > Well, this shit head (menhaden35) doesn't have to lift a FINGER to
> > support Bush. All he has to do is sit up there in the fucking tundra
> > and act like he's got some balls. I'm still waiting for his punk ass
> > to come down to the USA and enlist.

>
> I'll be right next to you, in line.
>


NAW dawg, I'm just throwing my kids future at this war. So uh... stfu,
you are so full of nonsense. Besides hopefully this will soon be a
historical event and little more.


menhaden. you big fish head.
 
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Discussion Starter · #12 ·
"Learning Richard" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]
>
> Sharx35 wrote:
>> "Learning Richard" <[email protected]> wrote in message
>> news:[email protected]
>> >
>> > FanJet wrote:
>> >> Sharx35 wrote:
>> >> > "Learning Richard" <learning[email protected]> wrote in message
>> >> > news:[email protected]
>> >> >>
>> >> >> Sharx35 wrote:
>> >> >>> "Learning Richard" <[email protected]> wrote in message
>> >> >>> news:[email protected]
>> >> >>>>
>> >> >>>> Scott in Florida wrote:
>> >> >>>>> Troops Throw French Fridge from Baghdad Control Tower
>> >> >>>>> December 2, 2005
>> >> >>>>
>> >> >>>> Now those jackasses have our troops destroying property. Who in
>> >> >>>> the fuck is going to pay to replace that fridge?
>> >> >>>>
>> >> >>>> Jesus.
>> >> >>>
>> >> >>> The corporation YOU love to hate, Halliburton, supplied a new
>> >> >>> fridge.
>> >> >>
>> >> >> American taxpayers did, you blithering idiot.
>> >> >
>> >> > Suck dick, buttwad.
>> >>
>> >> ROFLOL, a wad of truth hits home.
>> >
>> > Well, this shit head (menhaden35) doesn't have to lift a FINGER to
>> > support Bush. All he has to do is sit up there in the fucking tundra
>> > and act like he's got some balls. I'm still waiting for his punk ass
>> > to come down to the USA and enlist.

>>
>> I'll be right next to you, in line.
>>

>
> NAW dawg, I'm just throwing my kids future at this war. So uh... stfu,
> you are so full of nonsense. Besides hopefully this will soon be a
> historical event and little more.


WHAT! You are spewing out little DEMONrat surrender monkeys?


>
>
> menhaden. you big fish head.
>
 
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