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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
Re: Republican scum

miguel wrote:

>IT should come as no surprise that an arch-conservative Web site is
>questioning whether Representative John Murtha, the Pennsylvania
>Democrat who has been critical of the war in Iraq, deserved the combat
>awards he received in Vietnam.
>
>After all, in recent years extremist Republican operatives have inverted
>a longstanding principle: that our combat veterans be accorded a place
>of honor in political circles. This trend began with the ugly
>insinuations leveled at Senator John McCain during the 2000 Republican
>primaries and continued with the slurs against Senators Max Cleland and
>John Kerry, and now Mr. Murtha.
>
>Military people past and present have good reason to wonder if the
>current administration truly values their service beyond its immediate
>effect on its battlefield of choice. The casting of suspicion and doubt
>about the actions of veterans who have run against President Bush or
>opposed his policies has been a constant theme of his career. This
>pattern of denigrating the service of those with whom they disagree
>risks cheapening the public's appreciation of what it means to serve,
>and in the long term may hurt the Republicans themselves.
>
>Not unlike the Clinton "triangulation" strategy, the approach has been
>to attack an opponent's greatest perceived strength in order to diminish
>his overall credibility. To no one's surprise, surrogates carry out the
>attacks, leaving President Bush and other Republican leaders to benefit
>from the results while publicly distancing themselves from the actual
>remarks.
>
>During the 2000 primary season, John McCain's life-defining experiences
>as a prisoner of war in Vietnam were diminished through whispers that he
>was too scarred by those years to handle the emotional burdens of the
>presidency. The wide admiration that Senator Max Cleland gained from
>building a career despite losing three limbs in Vietnam brought on the
>smug non sequitur from critics that he had been injured in an accident
>and not by enemy fire. John Kerry's voluntary combat duty was
>systematically diminished by the well-financed Swift Boat Veterans for
>Truth in a highly successful effort to insulate a president who avoided
>having to go to war.
>
>And now comes Jack Murtha. The administration tried a number of times to
>derail the congressman's criticism of the Iraq war, including a largely
>ineffective effort to get senior military officials to publicly rebuke
>him (Gen. Peter Pace, chairman of the Joint Chiefs, was the only one to
>do the administration's bidding there).
>
>Now the Cybercast News Service, a supposedly independent organization
>with deep ties to the Republican Party, has dusted off the Swift Boat
>Veterans playbook, questioning whether Mr. Murtha deserved his two
>Purple Hearts. The article also implied that Mr. Murtha did not deserve
>the Bronze Star he received, and that the combat-distinguishing "V" on
>it was questionable. It then called on Mr. Murtha to open up his
>military records.
>
>Cybercast News Service is run by David Thibault, who formerly worked as
>the senior producer for "Rising Tide," the televised weekly news
>magazine produced by the Republican National Committee. One of the
>authors of the Murtha article was Marc Morano, a long-time writer and
>producer for Rush Limbaugh.
>
>The accusations against Mr. Murtha were very old news, principally
>coming from defeated political rivals. Aligned against their charges are
>an official letter from Marine Corps Headquarters written nearly 40
>years ago affirming Mr. Murtha's eligibility for his Purple Hearts -
>"you are entitled to the Purple Heart and a Gold Star in lieu of a
>second Purple Heart for wounds received in action" - and the strict
>tradition of the Marine Corps regarding awards. While in other services
>lower-level commanders have frequently had authority to issue
>prestigious awards, in the Marines Mr. Murtha's Vietnam Bronze Star
>would have required the approval of four different awards boards.
>
>The Bush administration's failure to support those who have served goes
>beyond the smearing of these political opponents. One of the most
>regrettable examples comes, oddly enough, from modern-day Vietnam. The
>government-run War Remnants Museum, a popular tourist site in downtown
>Ho Chi Minh City, includes an extensive section on "American
>atrocities." The largest display is devoted to Bob Kerrey, a former
>United States senator and governor of Nebraska, recipient of the Medal
>of Honor and member of the 9/11 commission.
>
>In the display, Mr. Kerrey is flatly labeled a war criminal by the
>Vietnamese government, and the accompanying text gives a thoroughly
>propagandized version of an incident that resulted in civilian deaths
>during his time in Vietnam. This display has been up for more than two
>years. One finds it hard to imagine another example in which a foreign
>government has been allowed to so characterize the service of a
>distinguished American with no hint of a diplomatic protest.
>
>The political tactic of playing up the soldiers on the battlefield while
>tearing down the reputations of veterans who oppose them could
>eventually cost the Republicans dearly. It may be one reason that a
>preponderance of the Iraq war veterans who thus far have decided to run
>for office are doing so as Democrats.
>
>A young American now serving in Iraq might rightly wonder whether his or
>her service will be deliberately misconstrued 20 years from now, in the
>next rendition of politically motivated spinmeisters who never had the
>courage to step forward and put their own lives on the line.
>
>Rudyard Kipling summed up this syndrome quite neatly more than a century
>ago, writing about the frequent hypocrisy directed at the British
>soldiers of his day:
>
>An' it's Tommy this, an' Tommy that, an' anything you please;
>
>An' Tommy ain't a bloomin' fool - you bet that Tommy sees!
 
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Discussion Starter · #2 ·
Re: Republican scum

On Thu, 19 Jan 2006 00:29:51 GMT, dizzy <[email protected]> wrote:

>miguel wrote:
>
>>IT should come as no surprise that an arch-conservative Web site is
>>questioning whether Representative John Murtha, the Pennsylvania
>>Democrat who has been critical of the war in Iraq, deserved the combat
>>awards he received in Vietnam.
>>
>>After all, in recent years extremist Republican operatives have inverted
>>a longstanding principle: that our combat veterans be accorded a place
>>of honor in political circles. This trend began with the ugly
>>insinuations leveled at Senator John McCain during the 2000 Republican
>>primaries and continued with the slurs against Senators Max Cleland and
>>John Kerry, and now Mr. Murtha.
>>
>>Military people past and present have good reason to wonder if the
>>current administration truly values their service beyond its immediate
>>effect on its battlefield of choice. The casting of suspicion and doubt
>>about the actions of veterans who have run against President Bush or
>>opposed his policies has been a constant theme of his career. This
>>pattern of denigrating the service of those with whom they disagree
>>risks cheapening the public's appreciation of what it means to serve,
>>and in the long term may hurt the Republicans themselves.
>>
>>Not unlike the Clinton "triangulation" strategy, the approach has been
>>to attack an opponent's greatest perceived strength in order to diminish
>>his overall credibility. To no one's surprise, surrogates carry out the
>>attacks, leaving President Bush and other Republican leaders to benefit
>>from the results while publicly distancing themselves from the actual
>>remarks.
>>
>>During the 2000 primary season, John McCain's life-defining experiences
>>as a prisoner of war in Vietnam were diminished through whispers that he
>>was too scarred by those years to handle the emotional burdens of the
>>presidency. The wide admiration that Senator Max Cleland gained from
>>building a career despite losing three limbs in Vietnam brought on the
>>smug non sequitur from critics that he had been injured in an accident
>>and not by enemy fire. John Kerry's voluntary combat duty was
>>systematically diminished by the well-financed Swift Boat Veterans for
>>Truth in a highly successful effort to insulate a president who avoided
>>having to go to war.
>>
>>And now comes Jack Murtha. The administration tried a number of times to
>>derail the congressman's criticism of the Iraq war, including a largely
>>ineffective effort to get senior military officials to publicly rebuke
>>him (Gen. Peter Pace, chairman of the Joint Chiefs, was the only one to
>>do the administration's bidding there).
>>
>>Now the Cybercast News Service, a supposedly independent organization
>>with deep ties to the Republican Party, has dusted off the Swift Boat
>>Veterans playbook, questioning whether Mr. Murtha deserved his two
>>Purple Hearts. The article also implied that Mr. Murtha did not deserve
>>the Bronze Star he received, and that the combat-distinguishing "V" on
>>it was questionable. It then called on Mr. Murtha to open up his
>>military records.
>>
>>Cybercast News Service is run by David Thibault, who formerly worked as
>>the senior producer for "Rising Tide," the televised weekly news
>>magazine produced by the Republican National Committee. One of the
>>authors of the Murtha article was Marc Morano, a long-time writer and
>>producer for Rush Limbaugh.
>>
>>The accusations against Mr. Murtha were very old news, principally
>>coming from defeated political rivals. Aligned against their charges are
>>an official letter from Marine Corps Headquarters written nearly 40
>>years ago affirming Mr. Murtha's eligibility for his Purple Hearts -
>>"you are entitled to the Purple Heart and a Gold Star in lieu of a
>>second Purple Heart for wounds received in action" - and the strict
>>tradition of the Marine Corps regarding awards. While in other services
>>lower-level commanders have frequently had authority to issue
>>prestigious awards, in the Marines Mr. Murtha's Vietnam Bronze Star
>>would have required the approval of four different awards boards.
>>
>>The Bush administration's failure to support those who have served goes
>>beyond the smearing of these political opponents. One of the most
>>regrettable examples comes, oddly enough, from modern-day Vietnam. The
>>government-run War Remnants Museum, a popular tourist site in downtown
>>Ho Chi Minh City, includes an extensive section on "American
>>atrocities." The largest display is devoted to Bob Kerrey, a former
>>United States senator and governor of Nebraska, recipient of the Medal
>>of Honor and member of the 9/11 commission.
>>
>>In the display, Mr. Kerrey is flatly labeled a war criminal by the
>>Vietnamese government, and the accompanying text gives a thoroughly
>>propagandized version of an incident that resulted in civilian deaths
>>during his time in Vietnam. This display has been up for more than two
>>years. One finds it hard to imagine another example in which a foreign
>>government has been allowed to so characterize the service of a
>>distinguished American with no hint of a diplomatic protest.
>>
>>The political tactic of playing up the soldiers on the battlefield while
>>tearing down the reputations of veterans who oppose them could
>>eventually cost the Republicans dearly. It may be one reason that a
>>preponderance of the Iraq war veterans who thus far have decided to run
>>for office are doing so as Democrats.
>>
>>A young American now serving in Iraq might rightly wonder whether his or
>>her service will be deliberately misconstrued 20 years from now, in the
>>next rendition of politically motivated spinmeisters who never had the
>>courage to step forward and put their own lives on the line.
>>
>>Rudyard Kipling summed up this syndrome quite neatly more than a century
>>ago, writing about the frequent hypocrisy directed at the British
>>soldiers of his day:
>>
>>An' it's Tommy this, an' Tommy that, an' anything you please;
>>
>>An' Tommy ain't a bloomin' fool - you bet that Tommy sees!

They want us to fight, but do not want us to return, unless we parrot
their ideologies, and God forbid we tell anyone what we saw or did.
 
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Discussion Starter · #3 ·
Re: Republican scum

"Eris" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]
> On Thu, 19 Jan 2006 00:29:51 GMT, dizzy <[email protected]> wrote:
>
>>miguel wrote:
>>
>>>IT should come as no surprise that an arch-conservative Web site is
>>>questioning whether Representative John Murtha, the Pennsylvania
>>>Democrat who has been critical of the war in Iraq, deserved the combat
>>>awards he received in Vietnam.
>>>
>>>After all, in recent years extremist Republican operatives have inverted
>>>a longstanding principle: that our combat veterans be accorded a place
>>>of honor in political circles. This trend began with the ugly
>>>insinuations leveled at Senator John McCain during the 2000 Republican
>>>primaries and continued with the slurs against Senators Max Cleland and
>>>John Kerry, and now Mr. Murtha.
>>>
>>>Military people past and present have good reason to wonder if the
>>>current administration truly values their service beyond its immediate
>>>effect on its battlefield of choice. The casting of suspicion and doubt
>>>about the actions of veterans who have run against President Bush or
>>>opposed his policies has been a constant theme of his career. This
>>>pattern of denigrating the service of those with whom they disagree
>>>risks cheapening the public's appreciation of what it means to serve,
>>>and in the long term may hurt the Republicans themselves.
>>>
>>>Not unlike the Clinton "triangulation" strategy, the approach has been
>>>to attack an opponent's greatest perceived strength in order to diminish
>>>his overall credibility. To no one's surprise, surrogates carry out the
>>>attacks, leaving President Bush and other Republican leaders to benefit
>>>from the results while publicly distancing themselves from the actual
>>>remarks.
>>>
>>>During the 2000 primary season, John McCain's life-defining experiences
>>>as a prisoner of war in Vietnam were diminished through whispers that he
>>>was too scarred by those years to handle the emotional burdens of the
>>>presidency. The wide admiration that Senator Max Cleland gained from
>>>building a career despite losing three limbs in Vietnam brought on the
>>>smug non sequitur from critics that he had been injured in an accident
>>>and not by enemy fire. John Kerry's voluntary combat duty was
>>>systematically diminished by the well-financed Swift Boat Veterans for
>>>Truth in a highly successful effort to insulate a president who avoided
>>>having to go to war.
>>>
>>>And now comes Jack Murtha. The administration tried a number of times to
>>>derail the congressman's criticism of the Iraq war, including a largely
>>>ineffective effort to get senior military officials to publicly rebuke
>>>him (Gen. Peter Pace, chairman of the Joint Chiefs, was the only one to
>>>do the administration's bidding there).
>>>
>>>Now the Cybercast News Service, a supposedly independent organization
>>>with deep ties to the Republican Party, has dusted off the Swift Boat
>>>Veterans playbook, questioning whether Mr. Murtha deserved his two
>>>Purple Hearts. The article also implied that Mr. Murtha did not deserve
>>>the Bronze Star he received, and that the combat-distinguishing "V" on
>>>it was questionable. It then called on Mr. Murtha to open up his
>>>military records.
>>>
>>>Cybercast News Service is run by David Thibault, who formerly worked as
>>>the senior producer for "Rising Tide," the televised weekly news
>>>magazine produced by the Republican National Committee. One of the
>>>authors of the Murtha article was Marc Morano, a long-time writer and
>>>producer for Rush Limbaugh.
>>>
>>>The accusations against Mr. Murtha were very old news, principally
>>>coming from defeated political rivals. Aligned against their charges are
>>>an official letter from Marine Corps Headquarters written nearly 40
>>>years ago affirming Mr. Murtha's eligibility for his Purple Hearts -
>>>"you are entitled to the Purple Heart and a Gold Star in lieu of a
>>>second Purple Heart for wounds received in action" - and the strict
>>>tradition of the Marine Corps regarding awards. While in other services
>>>lower-level commanders have frequently had authority to issue
>>>prestigious awards, in the Marines Mr. Murtha's Vietnam Bronze Star
>>>would have required the approval of four different awards boards.
>>>
>>>The Bush administration's failure to support those who have served goes
>>>beyond the smearing of these political opponents. One of the most
>>>regrettable examples comes, oddly enough, from modern-day Vietnam. The
>>>government-run War Remnants Museum, a popular tourist site in downtown
>>>Ho Chi Minh City, includes an extensive section on "American
>>>atrocities." The largest display is devoted to Bob Kerrey, a former
>>>United States senator and governor of Nebraska, recipient of the Medal
>>>of Honor and member of the 9/11 commission.
>>>
>>>In the display, Mr. Kerrey is flatly labeled a war criminal by the
>>>Vietnamese government, and the accompanying text gives a thoroughly
>>>propagandized version of an incident that resulted in civilian deaths
>>>during his time in Vietnam. This display has been up for more than two
>>>years. One finds it hard to imagine another example in which a foreign
>>>government has been allowed to so characterize the service of a
>>>distinguished American with no hint of a diplomatic protest.
>>>
>>>The political tactic of playing up the soldiers on the battlefield while
>>>tearing down the reputations of veterans who oppose them could
>>>eventually cost the Republicans dearly. It may be one reason that a
>>>preponderance of the Iraq war veterans who thus far have decided to run
>>>for office are doing so as Democrats.
>>>
>>>A young American now serving in Iraq might rightly wonder whether his or
>>>her service will be deliberately misconstrued 20 years from now, in the
>>>next rendition of politically motivated spinmeisters who never had the
>>>courage to step forward and put their own lives on the line.
>>>
>>>Rudyard Kipling summed up this syndrome quite neatly more than a century
>>>ago, writing about the frequent hypocrisy directed at the British
>>>soldiers of his day:
>>>
>>>An' it's Tommy this, an' Tommy that, an' anything you please;
>>>
>>>An' Tommy ain't a bloomin' fool - you bet that Tommy sees!

> They want us to fight, but do not want us to return, unless we parrot
> their ideologies, and God forbid we tell anyone what we saw or did.


Only spineless, traitorous, terrorist-loving surrender monkeys see things as
you do.
 
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Discussion Starter · #4 ·
Re: Republican scum

On Thu, 19 Jan 2006 00:50:20 GMT, "Sharx35" <[email protected]>
wrote:

>
>"Eris" <[email protected]> wrote in message
>news:[email protected]
>> On Thu, 19 Jan 2006 00:29:51 GMT, dizzy <[email protected]> wrote:
>>
>>>miguel wrote:
>>>
>>>>IT should come as no surprise that an arch-conservative Web site is
>>>>questioning whether Representative John Murtha, the Pennsylvania
>>>>Democrat who has been critical of the war in Iraq, deserved the combat
>>>>awards he received in Vietnam.
>>>>
>>>>After all, in recent years extremist Republican operatives have inverted
>>>>a longstanding principle: that our combat veterans be accorded a place
>>>>of honor in political circles. This trend began with the ugly
>>>>insinuations leveled at Senator John McCain during the 2000 Republican
>>>>primaries and continued with the slurs against Senators Max Cleland and
>>>>John Kerry, and now Mr. Murtha.
>>>>
>>>>Military people past and present have good reason to wonder if the
>>>>current administration truly values their service beyond its immediate
>>>>effect on its battlefield of choice. The casting of suspicion and doubt
>>>>about the actions of veterans who have run against President Bush or
>>>>opposed his policies has been a constant theme of his career. This
>>>>pattern of denigrating the service of those with whom they disagree
>>>>risks cheapening the public's appreciation of what it means to serve,
>>>>and in the long term may hurt the Republicans themselves.
>>>>
>>>>Not unlike the Clinton "triangulation" strategy, the approach has been
>>>>to attack an opponent's greatest perceived strength in order to diminish
>>>>his overall credibility. To no one's surprise, surrogates carry out the
>>>>attacks, leaving President Bush and other Republican leaders to benefit
>>>>from the results while publicly distancing themselves from the actual
>>>>remarks.
>>>>
>>>>During the 2000 primary season, John McCain's life-defining experiences
>>>>as a prisoner of war in Vietnam were diminished through whispers that he
>>>>was too scarred by those years to handle the emotional burdens of the
>>>>presidency. The wide admiration that Senator Max Cleland gained from
>>>>building a career despite losing three limbs in Vietnam brought on the
>>>>smug non sequitur from critics that he had been injured in an accident
>>>>and not by enemy fire. John Kerry's voluntary combat duty was
>>>>systematically diminished by the well-financed Swift Boat Veterans for
>>>>Truth in a highly successful effort to insulate a president who avoided
>>>>having to go to war.
>>>>
>>>>And now comes Jack Murtha. The administration tried a number of times to
>>>>derail the congressman's criticism of the Iraq war, including a largely
>>>>ineffective effort to get senior military officials to publicly rebuke
>>>>him (Gen. Peter Pace, chairman of the Joint Chiefs, was the only one to
>>>>do the administration's bidding there).
>>>>
>>>>Now the Cybercast News Service, a supposedly independent organization
>>>>with deep ties to the Republican Party, has dusted off the Swift Boat
>>>>Veterans playbook, questioning whether Mr. Murtha deserved his two
>>>>Purple Hearts. The article also implied that Mr. Murtha did not deserve
>>>>the Bronze Star he received, and that the combat-distinguishing "V" on
>>>>it was questionable. It then called on Mr. Murtha to open up his
>>>>military records.
>>>>
>>>>Cybercast News Service is run by David Thibault, who formerly worked as
>>>>the senior producer for "Rising Tide," the televised weekly news
>>>>magazine produced by the Republican National Committee. One of the
>>>>authors of the Murtha article was Marc Morano, a long-time writer and
>>>>producer for Rush Limbaugh.
>>>>
>>>>The accusations against Mr. Murtha were very old news, principally
>>>>coming from defeated political rivals. Aligned against their charges are
>>>>an official letter from Marine Corps Headquarters written nearly 40
>>>>years ago affirming Mr. Murtha's eligibility for his Purple Hearts -
>>>>"you are entitled to the Purple Heart and a Gold Star in lieu of a
>>>>second Purple Heart for wounds received in action" - and the strict
>>>>tradition of the Marine Corps regarding awards. While in other services
>>>>lower-level commanders have frequently had authority to issue
>>>>prestigious awards, in the Marines Mr. Murtha's Vietnam Bronze Star
>>>>would have required the approval of four different awards boards.
>>>>
>>>>The Bush administration's failure to support those who have served goes
>>>>beyond the smearing of these political opponents. One of the most
>>>>regrettable examples comes, oddly enough, from modern-day Vietnam. The
>>>>government-run War Remnants Museum, a popular tourist site in downtown
>>>>Ho Chi Minh City, includes an extensive section on "American
>>>>atrocities." The largest display is devoted to Bob Kerrey, a former
>>>>United States senator and governor of Nebraska, recipient of the Medal
>>>>of Honor and member of the 9/11 commission.
>>>>
>>>>In the display, Mr. Kerrey is flatly labeled a war criminal by the
>>>>Vietnamese government, and the accompanying text gives a thoroughly
>>>>propagandized version of an incident that resulted in civilian deaths
>>>>during his time in Vietnam. This display has been up for more than two
>>>>years. One finds it hard to imagine another example in which a foreign
>>>>government has been allowed to so characterize the service of a
>>>>distinguished American with no hint of a diplomatic protest.
>>>>
>>>>The political tactic of playing up the soldiers on the battlefield while
>>>>tearing down the reputations of veterans who oppose them could
>>>>eventually cost the Republicans dearly. It may be one reason that a
>>>>preponderance of the Iraq war veterans who thus far have decided to run
>>>>for office are doing so as Democrats.
>>>>
>>>>A young American now serving in Iraq might rightly wonder whether his or
>>>>her service will be deliberately misconstrued 20 years from now, in the
>>>>next rendition of politically motivated spinmeisters who never had the
>>>>courage to step forward and put their own lives on the line.
>>>>
>>>>Rudyard Kipling summed up this syndrome quite neatly more than a century
>>>>ago, writing about the frequent hypocrisy directed at the British
>>>>soldiers of his day:
>>>>
>>>>An' it's Tommy this, an' Tommy that, an' anything you please;
>>>>
>>>>An' Tommy ain't a bloomin' fool - you bet that Tommy sees!

>> They want us to fight, but do not want us to return, unless we parrot
>> their ideologies, and God forbid we tell anyone what we saw or did.

>
>Only spineless, traitorous, terrorist-loving surrender monkeys see things as
>you do.
>
>

Yup I serve my country and this is my reward, thanks!
 
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Discussion Starter · #5 ·
Re: Republican scum

dizzy wrote:
> miguel wrote:
>
> >IT should come as no surprise that an arch-conservative Web site is
> >questioning whether Representative John Murtha, the Pennsylvania
> >Democrat who has been critical of the war in Iraq, deserved the combat
> >awards he received in Vietnam.


Let 'em question John Murtha's medals!!!

We all saw how Jerry "Lock 'em up" Kilgore's negativity BACKFIRED on
his *** ass in Virginia.

Americans will be disgusted and revolted by the Republican questioning
of Murtha's heroics. I say let them go for it.
 
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Discussion Starter · #6 ·
Re: Republican scum

On 18 Jan 2006 18:52:21 -0800, "Learning Richard"
<[email protected]> wrote:

>
>dizzy wrote:
>> miguel wrote:
>>
>> >IT should come as no surprise that an arch-conservative Web site is
>> >questioning whether Representative John Murtha, the Pennsylvania
>> >Democrat who has been critical of the war in Iraq, deserved the combat
>> >awards he received in Vietnam.

>
>Let 'em question John Murtha's medals!!!
>
>We all saw how Jerry "Lock 'em up" Kilgore's negativity BACKFIRED on
>his *** ass in Virginia.
>
>Americans will be disgusted and revolted by the Republican questioning
>of Murtha's heroics. I say let them go for it.


Give them enough rope?
 
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Discussion Starter · #7 ·
Re: Republican scum

Learning Richard, 1/18/2006,9:52:21 PM, wrote:

> We all saw how Jerry "Lock 'em up" Kilgore's negativity BACKFIRED on
> his *** ass in Virginia.


Why do you care about his ass so much? Or are you discriminating
against him because you think he's homosexual?

--
"The laws in this city are clearly racist. All laws are racist. The law
of gravity is racist." ~ Marion Barry, Mayor of Washington, DC
 
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Discussion Starter · #8 ·
Re: Republican scum

"Eris" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]
> On Thu, 19 Jan 2006 00:50:20 GMT, "Sharx35" <[email protected]>
> wrote:
>
>>
>>"Eris" <[email protected]> wrote in message
>>news:[email protected]
>>> On Thu, 19 Jan 2006 00:29:51 GMT, dizzy <[email protected]> wrote:
>>>
>>>>miguel wrote:
>>>>
>>>>>IT should come as no surprise that an arch-conservative Web site is
>>>>>questioning whether Representative John Murtha, the Pennsylvania
>>>>>Democrat who has been critical of the war in Iraq, deserved the combat
>>>>>awards he received in Vietnam.
>>>>>
>>>>>After all, in recent years extremist Republican operatives have
>>>>>inverted
>>>>>a longstanding principle: that our combat veterans be accorded a place
>>>>>of honor in political circles. This trend began with the ugly
>>>>>insinuations leveled at Senator John McCain during the 2000 Republican
>>>>>primaries and continued with the slurs against Senators Max Cleland and
>>>>>John Kerry, and now Mr. Murtha.
>>>>>
>>>>>Military people past and present have good reason to wonder if the
>>>>>current administration truly values their service beyond its immediate
>>>>>effect on its battlefield of choice. The casting of suspicion and doubt
>>>>>about the actions of veterans who have run against President Bush or
>>>>>opposed his policies has been a constant theme of his career. This
>>>>>pattern of denigrating the service of those with whom they disagree
>>>>>risks cheapening the public's appreciation of what it means to serve,
>>>>>and in the long term may hurt the Republicans themselves.
>>>>>
>>>>>Not unlike the Clinton "triangulation" strategy, the approach has been
>>>>>to attack an opponent's greatest perceived strength in order to
>>>>>diminish
>>>>>his overall credibility. To no one's surprise, surrogates carry out the
>>>>>attacks, leaving President Bush and other Republican leaders to benefit
>>>>>from the results while publicly distancing themselves from the actual
>>>>>remarks.
>>>>>
>>>>>During the 2000 primary season, John McCain's life-defining experiences
>>>>>as a prisoner of war in Vietnam were diminished through whispers that
>>>>>he
>>>>>was too scarred by those years to handle the emotional burdens of the
>>>>>presidency. The wide admiration that Senator Max Cleland gained from
>>>>>building a career despite losing three limbs in Vietnam brought on the
>>>>>smug non sequitur from critics that he had been injured in an accident
>>>>>and not by enemy fire. John Kerry's voluntary combat duty was
>>>>>systematically diminished by the well-financed Swift Boat Veterans for
>>>>>Truth in a highly successful effort to insulate a president who avoided
>>>>>having to go to war.
>>>>>
>>>>>And now comes Jack Murtha. The administration tried a number of times
>>>>>to
>>>>>derail the congressman's criticism of the Iraq war, including a largely
>>>>>ineffective effort to get senior military officials to publicly rebuke
>>>>>him (Gen. Peter Pace, chairman of the Joint Chiefs, was the only one to
>>>>>do the administration's bidding there).
>>>>>
>>>>>Now the Cybercast News Service, a supposedly independent organization
>>>>>with deep ties to the Republican Party, has dusted off the Swift Boat
>>>>>Veterans playbook, questioning whether Mr. Murtha deserved his two
>>>>>Purple Hearts. The article also implied that Mr. Murtha did not deserve
>>>>>the Bronze Star he received, and that the combat-distinguishing "V" on
>>>>>it was questionable. It then called on Mr. Murtha to open up his
>>>>>military records.
>>>>>
>>>>>Cybercast News Service is run by David Thibault, who formerly worked as
>>>>>the senior producer for "Rising Tide," the televised weekly news
>>>>>magazine produced by the Republican National Committee. One of the
>>>>>authors of the Murtha article was Marc Morano, a long-time writer and
>>>>>producer for Rush Limbaugh.
>>>>>
>>>>>The accusations against Mr. Murtha were very old news, principally
>>>>>coming from defeated political rivals. Aligned against their charges
>>>>>are
>>>>>an official letter from Marine Corps Headquarters written nearly 40
>>>>>years ago affirming Mr. Murtha's eligibility for his Purple Hearts -
>>>>>"you are entitled to the Purple Heart and a Gold Star in lieu of a
>>>>>second Purple Heart for wounds received in action" - and the strict
>>>>>tradition of the Marine Corps regarding awards. While in other services
>>>>>lower-level commanders have frequently had authority to issue
>>>>>prestigious awards, in the Marines Mr. Murtha's Vietnam Bronze Star
>>>>>would have required the approval of four different awards boards.
>>>>>
>>>>>The Bush administration's failure to support those who have served goes
>>>>>beyond the smearing of these political opponents. One of the most
>>>>>regrettable examples comes, oddly enough, from modern-day Vietnam. The
>>>>>government-run War Remnants Museum, a popular tourist site in downtown
>>>>>Ho Chi Minh City, includes an extensive section on "American
>>>>>atrocities." The largest display is devoted to Bob Kerrey, a former
>>>>>United States senator and governor of Nebraska, recipient of the Medal
>>>>>of Honor and member of the 9/11 commission.
>>>>>
>>>>>In the display, Mr. Kerrey is flatly labeled a war criminal by the
>>>>>Vietnamese government, and the accompanying text gives a thoroughly
>>>>>propagandized version of an incident that resulted in civilian deaths
>>>>>during his time in Vietnam. This display has been up for more than two
>>>>>years. One finds it hard to imagine another example in which a foreign
>>>>>government has been allowed to so characterize the service of a
>>>>>distinguished American with no hint of a diplomatic protest.
>>>>>
>>>>>The political tactic of playing up the soldiers on the battlefield
>>>>>while
>>>>>tearing down the reputations of veterans who oppose them could
>>>>>eventually cost the Republicans dearly. It may be one reason that a
>>>>>preponderance of the Iraq war veterans who thus far have decided to run
>>>>>for office are doing so as Democrats.
>>>>>
>>>>>A young American now serving in Iraq might rightly wonder whether his
>>>>>or
>>>>>her service will be deliberately misconstrued 20 years from now, in the
>>>>>next rendition of politically motivated spinmeisters who never had the
>>>>>courage to step forward and put their own lives on the line.
>>>>>
>>>>>Rudyard Kipling summed up this syndrome quite neatly more than a
>>>>>century
>>>>>ago, writing about the frequent hypocrisy directed at the British
>>>>>soldiers of his day:
>>>>>
>>>>>An' it's Tommy this, an' Tommy that, an' anything you please;
>>>>>
>>>>>An' Tommy ain't a bloomin' fool - you bet that Tommy sees!
>>> They want us to fight, but do not want us to return, unless we parrot
>>> their ideologies, and God forbid we tell anyone what we saw or did.

>>
>>Only spineless, traitorous, terrorist-loving surrender monkeys see things
>>as
>>you do.
>>
>>

> Yup I serve my country and this is my reward, thanks!


Give YOUR head a shake, m'man!
 
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·
Discussion Starter · #9 ·
Re: Republican scum

"Learning Richard" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]
>
> dizzy wrote:
>> miguel wrote:
>>
>> >IT should come as no surprise that an arch-conservative Web site is
>> >questioning whether Representative John Murtha, the Pennsylvania
>> >Democrat who has been critical of the war in Iraq, deserved the combat
>> >awards he received in Vietnam.

>
> Let 'em question John Murtha's medals!!!
>
> We all saw how Jerry "Lock 'em up" Kilgore's negativity BACKFIRED on
> his *** ass in Virginia.
>
> Americans will be disgusted and revolted by the Republican questioning
> of Murtha's heroics. I say let them go for it.


WE are disgruntled and revolted by YOUR constant verbal diarrhea.


>
 
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·
Discussion Starter · #10 ·
Re: Republican scum

"Eris" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]
> On 18 Jan 2006 18:52:21 -0800, "Learning Richard"
> <[email protected]> wrote:
>
>>
>>dizzy wrote:
>>> miguel wrote:
>>>
>>> >IT should come as no surprise that an arch-conservative Web site is
>>> >questioning whether Representative John Murtha, the Pennsylvania
>>> >Democrat who has been critical of the war in Iraq, deserved the combat
>>> >awards he received in Vietnam.

>>
>>Let 'em question John Murtha's medals!!!
>>
>>We all saw how Jerry "Lock 'em up" Kilgore's negativity BACKFIRED on
>>his *** ass in Virginia.
>>
>>Americans will be disgusted and revolted by the Republican questioning
>>of Murtha's heroics. I say let them go for it.

>
> Give them enough rope?


Eris, Unlearned Dick is a DEMONrat LIEbrawl shill. He is NOT a friend of the
military.
 
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·
Discussion Starter · #11 ·
Re: Republican scum

Eris wrote:
> On 18 Jan 2006 18:52:21 -0800, "Learning Richard"
> <[email protected]> wrote:
>
> >
> >dizzy wrote:
> >> miguel wrote:
> >>
> >> >IT should come as no surprise that an arch-conservative Web site is
> >> >questioning whether Representative John Murtha, the Pennsylvania
> >> >Democrat who has been critical of the war in Iraq, deserved the combat
> >> >awards he received in Vietnam.

> >
> >Let 'em question John Murtha's medals!!!
> >
> >We all saw how Jerry "Lock 'em up" Kilgore's negativity BACKFIRED on
> >his *** ass in Virginia.
> >
> >Americans will be disgusted and revolted by the Republican questioning
> >of Murtha's heroics. I say let them go for it.

>
> Give them enough rope?


You got it man. The Republicans are in disarray. Like a bunch of
hungry roaches scattering when Fitzgerald flipped the lights on.

They are now desperately flailing about in their PLANTATION on Capitol
Hill.

10 years in power and they fell further than the Dems did after 40
years in power. Hilarious I tell you.
 
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·
Discussion Starter · #12 ·
Re: Republican scum

badgolferman wrote:
> Learning Richard, 1/18/2006,9:52:21 PM, wrote:
>
> > We all saw how Jerry "Lock 'em up" Kilgore's negativity BACKFIRED on
> > his *** ass in Virginia.

>
> Why do you care about his ass so much? Or are you discriminating
> against him because you think he's homosexual?


That's a pretty sophomoric troll, bgm. Keep trying.
 
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·
Discussion Starter · #13 ·
Re: Republican scum

On Thu, 19 Jan 2006 00:50:20 +0000, Sharx35 wrote:

>
> "Eris" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> news:[email protected]
>> On Thu, 19 Jan 2006 00:29:51 GMT, dizzy <[email protected]> wrote:
>>
>>>miguel wrote:
>>>
>>>>IT should come as no surprise that an arch-conservative Web site is
>>>>questioning whether Representative John Murtha, the Pennsylvania
>>>>Democrat who has been critical of the war in Iraq, deserved the combat
>>>>awards he received in Vietnam.
>>>>
>>>>After all, in recent years extremist Republican operatives have
>>>>inverted a longstanding principle: that our combat veterans be accorded
>>>>a place of honor in political circles. This trend began with the ugly
>>>>insinuations leveled at Senator John McCain during the 2000 Republican
>>>>primaries and continued with the slurs against Senators Max Cleland and
>>>>John Kerry, and now Mr. Murtha.
>>>>
>>>>Military people past and present have good reason to wonder if the
>>>>current administration truly values their service beyond its immediate
>>>>effect on its battlefield of choice. The casting of suspicion and doubt
>>>>about the actions of veterans who have run against President Bush or
>>>>opposed his policies has been a constant theme of his career. This
>>>>pattern of denigrating the service of those with whom they disagree
>>>>risks cheapening the public's appreciation of what it means to serve,
>>>>and in the long term may hurt the Republicans themselves.
>>>>
>>>>Not unlike the Clinton "triangulation" strategy, the approach has been
>>>>to attack an opponent's greatest perceived strength in order to
>>>>diminish his overall credibility. To no one's surprise, surrogates
>>>>carry out the attacks, leaving President Bush and other Republican
>>>>leaders to benefit from the results while publicly distancing
>>>>themselves from the actual remarks.
>>>>
>>>>During the 2000 primary season, John McCain's life-defining experiences
>>>>as a prisoner of war in Vietnam were diminished through whispers that
>>>>he was too scarred by those years to handle the emotional burdens of
>>>>the presidency. The wide admiration that Senator Max Cleland gained
>>>>from building a career despite losing three limbs in Vietnam brought on
>>>>the smug non sequitur from critics that he had been injured in an
>>>>accident and not by enemy fire. John Kerry's voluntary combat duty was
>>>>systematically diminished by the well-financed Swift Boat Veterans for
>>>>Truth in a highly successful effort to insulate a president who avoided
>>>>having to go to war.
>>>>
>>>>And now comes Jack Murtha. The administration tried a number of times
>>>>to derail the congressman's criticism of the Iraq war, including a
>>>>largely ineffective effort to get senior military officials to publicly
>>>>rebuke him (Gen. Peter Pace, chairman of the Joint Chiefs, was the only
>>>>one to do the administration's bidding there).
>>>>
>>>>Now the Cybercast News Service, a supposedly independent organization
>>>>with deep ties to the Republican Party, has dusted off the Swift Boat
>>>>Veterans playbook, questioning whether Mr. Murtha deserved his two
>>>>Purple Hearts. The article also implied that Mr. Murtha did not deserve
>>>>the Bronze Star he received, and that the combat-distinguishing "V" on
>>>>it was questionable. It then called on Mr. Murtha to open up his
>>>>military records.
>>>>
>>>>Cybercast News Service is run by David Thibault, who formerly worked as
>>>>the senior producer for "Rising Tide," the televised weekly news
>>>>magazine produced by the Republican National Committee. One of the
>>>>authors of the Murtha article was Marc Morano, a long-time writer and
>>>>producer for Rush Limbaugh.
>>>>
>>>>The accusations against Mr. Murtha were very old news, principally
>>>>coming from defeated political rivals. Aligned against their charges
>>>>are an official letter from Marine Corps Headquarters written nearly 40
>>>>years ago affirming Mr. Murtha's eligibility for his Purple Hearts -
>>>>"you are entitled to the Purple Heart and a Gold Star in lieu of a
>>>>second Purple Heart for wounds received in action" - and the strict
>>>>tradition of the Marine Corps regarding awards. While in other services
>>>>lower-level commanders have frequently had authority to issue
>>>>prestigious awards, in the Marines Mr. Murtha's Vietnam Bronze Star
>>>>would have required the approval of four different awards boards.
>>>>
>>>>The Bush administration's failure to support those who have served goes
>>>>beyond the smearing of these political opponents. One of the most
>>>>regrettable examples comes, oddly enough, from modern-day Vietnam. The
>>>>government-run War Remnants Museum, a popular tourist site in downtown
>>>>Ho Chi Minh City, includes an extensive section on "American
>>>>atrocities." The largest display is devoted to Bob Kerrey, a former
>>>>United States senator and governor of Nebraska, recipient of the Medal
>>>>of Honor and member of the 9/11 commission.
>>>>
>>>>In the display, Mr. Kerrey is flatly labeled a war criminal by the
>>>>Vietnamese government, and the accompanying text gives a thoroughly
>>>>propagandized version of an incident that resulted in civilian deaths
>>>>during his time in Vietnam. This display has been up for more than two
>>>>years. One finds it hard to imagine another example in which a foreign
>>>>government has been allowed to so characterize the service of a
>>>>distinguished American with no hint of a diplomatic protest.
>>>>
>>>>The political tactic of playing up the soldiers on the battlefield
>>>>while tearing down the reputations of veterans who oppose them could
>>>>eventually cost the Republicans dearly. It may be one reason that a
>>>>preponderance of the Iraq war veterans who thus far have decided to run
>>>>for office are doing so as Democrats.
>>>>
>>>>A young American now serving in Iraq might rightly wonder whether his
>>>>or her service will be deliberately misconstrued 20 years from now, in
>>>>the next rendition of politically motivated spinmeisters who never had
>>>>the courage to step forward and put their own lives on the line.
>>>>
>>>>Rudyard Kipling summed up this syndrome quite neatly more than a
>>>>century ago, writing about the frequent hypocrisy directed at the
>>>>British soldiers of his day:
>>>>
>>>>An' it's Tommy this, an' Tommy that, an' anything you please;
>>>>
>>>>An' Tommy ain't a bloomin' fool - you bet that Tommy sees!

>> They want us to fight, but do not want us to return, unless we parrot
>> their ideologies, and God forbid we tell anyone what we saw or did.

>
> Only spineless, traitorous, terrorist-loving surrender monkeys see things
> as you do.



"Sharx35" --------------> FUCKING MORON


Got Coulter and Hannity koolaid comments, dumbass?


Yes.


Got three-digit IQ, dumbass?


Definitely not.


Sitting at home on your dead ass parroting Republican nonsense while Eris
serves in the military?


Certainly.








Bad news, "Sharx35" - I've taken a poll of my fellow countrymen, and we've
reached a unanimous decision that you must REmove Yourself From Planet
Earth Altogether - immediately.


HTH, dumbass.
 
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·
Discussion Starter · #14 ·
Re: Republican scum

In article <[email protected]>,
Admiral A-meriker <[email protected]> wrote:

> On Thu, 19 Jan 2006 00:50:20 +0000, Sharx35 wrote:
>
> >
> > "Eris" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> > news:[email protected]
> >> On Thu, 19 Jan 2006 00:29:51 GMT, dizzy <[email protected]> wrote:
> >>
> >>>miguel wrote:
> >>>
> >>>>IT should come as no surprise that an arch-conservative Web site is
> >>>>questioning whether Representative John Murtha, the Pennsylvania
> >>>>Democrat who has been critical of the war in Iraq, deserved the combat
> >>>>awards he received in Vietnam.
> >>>>
> >>>>After all, in recent years extremist Republican operatives have
> >>>>inverted a longstanding principle: that our combat veterans be accorded
> >>>>a place of honor in political circles. This trend began with the ugly
> >>>>insinuations leveled at Senator John McCain during the 2000 Republican
> >>>>primaries and continued with the slurs against Senators Max Cleland and
> >>>>John Kerry, and now Mr. Murtha.
> >>>>
> >>>>Military people past and present have good reason to wonder if the
> >>>>current administration truly values their service beyond its immediate
> >>>>effect on its battlefield of choice. The casting of suspicion and doubt
> >>>>about the actions of veterans who have run against President Bush or
> >>>>opposed his policies has been a constant theme of his career. This
> >>>>pattern of denigrating the service of those with whom they disagree
> >>>>risks cheapening the public's appreciation of what it means to serve,
> >>>>and in the long term may hurt the Republicans themselves.
> >>>>
> >>>>Not unlike the Clinton "triangulation" strategy, the approach has been
> >>>>to attack an opponent's greatest perceived strength in order to
> >>>>diminish his overall credibility. To no one's surprise, surrogates
> >>>>carry out the attacks, leaving President Bush and other Republican
> >>>>leaders to benefit from the results while publicly distancing
> >>>>themselves from the actual remarks.
> >>>>
> >>>>During the 2000 primary season, John McCain's life-defining experiences
> >>>>as a prisoner of war in Vietnam were diminished through whispers that
> >>>>he was too scarred by those years to handle the emotional burdens of
> >>>>the presidency. The wide admiration that Senator Max Cleland gained
> >>>>from building a career despite losing three limbs in Vietnam brought on
> >>>>the smug non sequitur from critics that he had been injured in an
> >>>>accident and not by enemy fire. John Kerry's voluntary combat duty was
> >>>>systematically diminished by the well-financed Swift Boat Veterans for
> >>>>Truth in a highly successful effort to insulate a president who avoided
> >>>>having to go to war.
> >>>>
> >>>>And now comes Jack Murtha. The administration tried a number of times
> >>>>to derail the congressman's criticism of the Iraq war, including a
> >>>>largely ineffective effort to get senior military officials to publicly
> >>>>rebuke him (Gen. Peter Pace, chairman of the Joint Chiefs, was the only
> >>>>one to do the administration's bidding there).
> >>>>
> >>>>Now the Cybercast News Service, a supposedly independent organization
> >>>>with deep ties to the Republican Party, has dusted off the Swift Boat
> >>>>Veterans playbook, questioning whether Mr. Murtha deserved his two
> >>>>Purple Hearts. The article also implied that Mr. Murtha did not deserve
> >>>>the Bronze Star he received, and that the combat-distinguishing "V" on
> >>>>it was questionable. It then called on Mr. Murtha to open up his
> >>>>military records.
> >>>>
> >>>>Cybercast News Service is run by David Thibault, who formerly worked as
> >>>>the senior producer for "Rising Tide," the televised weekly news
> >>>>magazine produced by the Republican National Committee. One of the
> >>>>authors of the Murtha article was Marc Morano, a long-time writer and
> >>>>producer for Rush Limbaugh.
> >>>>
> >>>>The accusations against Mr. Murtha were very old news, principally
> >>>>coming from defeated political rivals. Aligned against their charges
> >>>>are an official letter from Marine Corps Headquarters written nearly 40
> >>>>years ago affirming Mr. Murtha's eligibility for his Purple Hearts -
> >>>>"you are entitled to the Purple Heart and a Gold Star in lieu of a
> >>>>second Purple Heart for wounds received in action" - and the strict
> >>>>tradition of the Marine Corps regarding awards. While in other services
> >>>>lower-level commanders have frequently had authority to issue
> >>>>prestigious awards, in the Marines Mr. Murtha's Vietnam Bronze Star
> >>>>would have required the approval of four different awards boards.
> >>>>
> >>>>The Bush administration's failure to support those who have served goes
> >>>>beyond the smearing of these political opponents. One of the most
> >>>>regrettable examples comes, oddly enough, from modern-day Vietnam. The
> >>>>government-run War Remnants Museum, a popular tourist site in downtown
> >>>>Ho Chi Minh City, includes an extensive section on "American
> >>>>atrocities." The largest display is devoted to Bob Kerrey, a former
> >>>>United States senator and governor of Nebraska, recipient of the Medal
> >>>>of Honor and member of the 9/11 commission.
> >>>>
> >>>>In the display, Mr. Kerrey is flatly labeled a war criminal by the
> >>>>Vietnamese government, and the accompanying text gives a thoroughly
> >>>>propagandized version of an incident that resulted in civilian deaths
> >>>>during his time in Vietnam. This display has been up for more than two
> >>>>years. One finds it hard to imagine another example in which a foreign
> >>>>government has been allowed to so characterize the service of a
> >>>>distinguished American with no hint of a diplomatic protest.
> >>>>
> >>>>The political tactic of playing up the soldiers on the battlefield
> >>>>while tearing down the reputations of veterans who oppose them could
> >>>>eventually cost the Republicans dearly. It may be one reason that a
> >>>>preponderance of the Iraq war veterans who thus far have decided to run
> >>>>for office are doing so as Democrats.
> >>>>
> >>>>A young American now serving in Iraq might rightly wonder whether his
> >>>>or her service will be deliberately misconstrued 20 years from now, in
> >>>>the next rendition of politically motivated spinmeisters who never had
> >>>>the courage to step forward and put their own lives on the line.
> >>>>
> >>>>Rudyard Kipling summed up this syndrome quite neatly more than a
> >>>>century ago, writing about the frequent hypocrisy directed at the
> >>>>British soldiers of his day:
> >>>>
> >>>>An' it's Tommy this, an' Tommy that, an' anything you please;
> >>>>
> >>>>An' Tommy ain't a bloomin' fool - you bet that Tommy sees!
> >> They want us to fight, but do not want us to return, unless we parrot
> >> their ideologies, and God forbid we tell anyone what we saw or did.

> >
> > Only spineless, traitorous, terrorist-loving surrender monkeys see things
> > as you do.

>
>
> "Sharx35" --------------> FUCKING MORON
>
>
> Got Coulter and Hannity koolaid comments, dumbass?
>
>
> Yes.
>
>
> Got three-digit IQ, dumbass?
>
>
> Definitely not.
>
>
> Sitting at home on your dead ass parroting Republican nonsense while Eris
> serves in the military?
>
>
> Certainly.
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
> Bad news, "Sharx35" - I've taken a poll of my fellow countrymen, and we've
> reached a unanimous decision that you must REmove Yourself From Planet
> Earth Altogether - immediately.
>
>
> HTH, dumbass.


You're a DNC/movieon.orgy sheep head. Scumbag.
--
You know, everybody makes mistakes when they are president.

William J. Clinton
 
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·
Discussion Starter · #15 ·
Re: Republican scum

On Thu, 19 Jan 2006 12:18:06 GMT, The beneVolent dbu
<[email protected]> wrote:

>In article <[email protected]>,
> Admiral A-meriker <[email protected]> wrote:
>
>> On Thu, 19 Jan 2006 00:50:20 +0000, Sharx35 wrote:
>>
>> HTH, dumbass.

>
>You're a DNC/movieon.orgy sheep head. Scumbag.


That you'd support "sharx35" shows how desperate you've become. It's
sad, really. You had a couple of good arguments.

You have my pity.


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