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Sometimes Honor Is Wrong -- The Problem With John McCain

Commented Apr 2, 2008 at 17:14:06 in Politics

“Why do we technically and by definition call it a war in Iraq? they never declared nor did we a war, Bush arrogantly invaded a sovereing nation that did nothing to US, it was and is not a war, it is an insane criminal action based on a Rambo diplomacy,fabricated lies and an attempt to control their oil for our great and compassionate corporations; therefore, and following Bushe's definition we are illegal combatants, at least, he is , that is why some day he will end up before the World Court and be convicted for crimes against humanity.”
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Stop-Loss: Another Hollywood Iraq Film Misses the Mark

Commented Apr 1, 2008 at 20:10:04 in Politics

“Will it not be wonderful if the world would simple get ready of its armies, and since we want to get ready of all illegals including illegal combatants we will eliminate the problem and we will save trillions of dollars. Anyone agrees?”
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Stop-Loss: Another Hollywood Iraq Film Misses the Mark

Commented Apr 1, 2008 at 20:01:58 in Politics

“May I add my admiration for this soldier whom I consider, truly an "ALL American". I too have listened to him, he speaks with passion and yet with reason, logic and honesty, what else one can ask of a real man..”
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Closing the Message Gap on Iraq: A Responsible Plan to End the War

Commented Mar 30, 2008 at 10:19:34 in Politics

“I firmly believe we the invasion and occupation of Iraq is illegal, inmoral and therefore we should be out there and yet I recognize that because we caused the misery of that nation with have a moral obligation to repair the damage and then leave, so it still going to cost US a great deal but at the very least the integrity and credibility of the nation may be, I repeat may be restored.”

Doofus on Mar 30, 2008 at 11:22:59

“Is invading another country ever 'illegal' when your elected representatives go to the
trouble to legislate an 'Authorization to Use Force'? Hardly. As 'legal' as we could ever
make it. 'Unconscionable' is the word to use. If we do have 'a moral obligation to repair',
then what we need to do most likely is grant to EVERY living Iraqi a free pass to come
live in the Good Ol' USA, -OR- a check for (say) $1M, which releases US from any
further obligations to them, as a 'lovely parting gift'. Since there are those Iraqis that want
to leave that benighted place, and there are Iraqis that want US to leave, and there are no
other Iraqis.”
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John McCain, Iraq, and the Eyewitness Fallacy

Commented Mar 28, 2008 at 19:51:41 in Politics

“Arianna oof the subject, you have suficient influence with the Media; therefore, will it be possible for you to ask in particular Wolf Blitzer to finally show US the hundreds of palaces with thousands of windows and solid gold hundreds of bathrooms Saddam owned as he reported from Iraq time after time? Thanks a lot.”
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John McCain, Iraq, and the Eyewitness Fallacy

Commented Mar 28, 2008 at 19:45:41 in Politics

“John MCain now will claim that his experience includes all his taxpayers' paid trips to Iraq including the costs of his protection but will a la Bush not admit that his trips have generated nothing except more debt to the US treasure and more giref for the Iraqi people.”
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Big Mac's Blazing Saddle Diplomacy

Commented Mar 27, 2008 at 17:41:23 in Politics

“I wonder if Mcain is ready to mend the US diplomacy with the world if he will be willing first to bring to justice Bush, Chenney, Rumsfeld, Pearl and the architect of them all, Wolfowitz, now that will be believable.”

OnceProudAmerican on Mar 27, 2008 at 19:57:52

“Amen brother, Amen”
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Big Mac's Blazing Saddle Diplomacy

Commented Mar 27, 2008 at 17:37:42 in Politics

“Superbly said it.”
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Big Mac's Blazing Saddle Diplomacy

Commented Mar 27, 2008 at 17:35:08 in Politics

“Right you are, Alcaeda's influence in Iraq is the latest WMDs defense of the administration, in other words a propagandistic strategy which wants US to believe requires the might of the US army or at the very least spending trillions of dollars to defeat them, hogwash pure unadultered BS. Even Reagan never feared the Soviet Union that much but as I recall he feared the great armies of Granada and the Panama Republic as well as the powerful army of Daniel Ortega in Nicargua, same crap.”
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John McCain, Iraq, and the Eyewitness Fallacy

Commented Mar 27, 2008 at 17:22:37 in Politics

“Well if you listen to David Jurgen he demonstrated that it really happened even though not exactly at the time and place Hillary said it, was she mistaken, i'd like to think so, after all our president makes mistakes by the tons every single day and no one seems to pay attention except the comedians and those who track them under the name of Bushisms”
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John McCain, Iraq, and the Eyewitness Fallacy

Commented Mar 27, 2008 at 17:18:02 in Politics

“For them the light at the end of the tunnel is as near as the moon and yet they want US to believe as long as it is there although unreachable that is what it counts.”
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Players, Not Cheerleaders

Commented Mar 26, 2008 at 16:44:39 in Politics

“You are saddily mistaken, there are millions and millions of Americans like me who opposed this insane invassion from day one and you know what Saddam told US there will be hell to pay if Bush occupies Iraq, was he wrong?”
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Players, Not Cheerleaders

Commented Mar 26, 2008 at 16:41:22 in Politics

“You are naive and ill informed, no wonder Bush convinces or anything”
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Players, Not Cheerleaders

Commented Mar 26, 2008 at 16:38:21 in Politics

“You know they called Reagan "the teflon president" nothing did stick to him and he was not as bad as Bush, except when it came to know what in the hell they were, is doing while we are precupied with all kind of sex and what drugs or stupid things celebrities? are doing. Like the comedian said "what a country"”
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"Obama's Test" or Ours?

Commented Mar 25, 2008 at 17:59:22 in Politics

“If the American people have ever realized the grave mistake they made by not electing you.”
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4000 Killed in Iraq: A Harsh Reminder

Commented Mar 24, 2008 at 17:05:48 in Politics

“Thank you for your services and thank you for bluntly telling the thruth , I just trust you will have the will power to put the insanity of Iraq behind you. I salute you.”
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4000 Killed in Iraq: A Harsh Reminder

Commented Mar 24, 2008 at 17:00:56 in Politics

“That is precisely what the problem is, we have closed our eyes, shot our ears and buried our heads in the sand when it comes to the insane actions of the president while we are frustrated and disgusted not with a CEO making/stealing hundreds of millions of dollars; why bother when we have such juice sexy actions of politicians and most importantly of celebrities. Without a doubt we are going down by our own actions and inactions.”
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4000 Killed in Iraq: A Harsh Reminder

Commented Mar 24, 2008 at 16:51:39 in Politics

“Let US send the president our warmest congratulations to keep US safe and for keeping the deaths of our youn soldiers; the mental and physical injuries of thousands more to levels the warmongers consider a victory, after all I am sure they think what is 4,000 American death Vs 500,000 Iraqis?”
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4000 Killed in Iraq: A Harsh Reminder

Commented Mar 24, 2008 at 16:40:58 in Politics

“It is indeed a harsh reminder for we have let it happened. My deepest simpaties to the families of those fine men and women who gallantly have given their lives following orders from a Commander in Chief who has lost his moral compas and his mind; moreover to the soldiers and their families whose lives have changed forever and finally to the Iraqi people for having suffered the unwelcomed consequences of the maniacal and insane actions of Bush and company.”
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Bill O'Reilly Needs to Enroll in "Understanding the Internet 101"

Commented Mar 20, 2008 at 18:55:12 in Media

“Arianna, I strongly suggest that you ignore this guy whom I never pay attention nor I care for his obnoxious mind as well as Ann Coulter's ; Rush Limbauh. They are nothing but parasites doing and attempting to justify the dirty work for Bush.”
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What Occupy Wall Street Has Taught Me

Commented Nov 16, 2011 at 11:30:10 in Politics

“Magnificently said it, Alec, thank you for speaking up for US.”
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Washington Pre-Occupied

Commented Nov 4, 2011 at 11:23:54 in Politics

“We need a Congressional Reform Act professor and civic lessons for the wealthiest Americans. Americans are reaching the boiling point, they no longer can be manipulated, deceived, lied and yes, exploited.”

Al Finnell on Nov 4, 2011 at 12:06:17

“Well, according to the "facts" of the socialists, that is 1 percent. So, now, you of the 99% wish to take away the "wealth" of the 1%. (Robin hood ta-ta bugle call). The 1% would amount to a buck or two in each persons picket. (about enough for a cup of coffee). Now, you have stolen the wealth, and in the process destroyed your job. Now, you can live just like all the folks in any other socialist country! Live on your potato soup, and in a cold small apartment. I have been to half dozen socialist countries, and all are bad, bad, bad. Go and find out for yourself!”

Dutchman79 on Nov 4, 2011 at 11:53:27

“They must rise up and beat down the oppressor. They need to nationalize all corporations and force them to function for the good of the working people. They need to force the banks to loan money to all people so that folks can afford bigger homes. All student loans need to be forgiven so that students, who knew that they'd have to pay back the money, can start a working life without debt. We need to immediately give everyone in the US free healthcare. We need to cut off all funds going to the zionist nation of israel. There is not time to wait we must act now and by ANY means necessary. Wait. What? Oh yeah, I have to take my anti-psychotic drugs now.”
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