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Is Petraeus' Testimony Relevant to the Debate on Iraq?

Commented Sep 12, 2007 at 14:24:23 in Home

“It is a pity that a renouned General has become a pawn for the White House. It reminds us back when General Colin Powell stood aside when the President decided to invade Iraq.

General Petraus neglected to mention that the Iraq Government has never mad one of the 18 committments that agreed to do, but instead, went on vacation. He doesen't mention the necessity of re-taking areas that he had previously taken. No doers he address how many deaths and wounded have resulted from this war.Of course, he didn't say that there are Shites fighting Shites and Sunis fighting Sunis, and the fact that our soldiers are not even safe from Iraq police. No one seems to know whom they are fighting, and on what side they are fighting for. They only know they are dying, but not why? Even General Pace, Chm. Joints of Staff, says we shoud start getting out soon, not next July.

No add the amount of money that has been spent, or disappeared there. We only know that so much of our domestic issues are wanting.

It is, indeed, a pity that the rest of the world sees us as fools, where, once we were savoirs.”
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Bush Attacks Greeneland

Commented Aug 27, 2007 at 11:33:33 in Politics

“The best history lessen learned in Vietnam was that the domino theory never happened, and it won't when we leave Iraq to their own Civil War.”
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Cheney, Lieberman and Iran War Conspiracy

Commented Aug 16, 2007 at 15:06:30 in Politics

“Dick Cheney is an evil man,and attempting to begin a war with Iran is just another example of his satanistic personality. He loves to foment chaos wherever he can. He truly is insane. Sen. Lieberman is just another political hack trying to get back in the limelight. He'll never make it.”
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Karl Rove Out There Walking The Streets

Commented Aug 15, 2007 at 13:54:21 in Politics

“Can Karl Rove be brought before a Judiciary Committee and NOT cite Executive Priviledge?”
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What Does Al Know That We Don't?

Commented Jul 9, 2007 at 18:39:21 in Politics

“I think Al Gore is a candidate who could win. He is a proven leader who had an election stolen from him.
I like Hillary, but too many people do not, and she carries some baggage. John Edwards might be VP if he helped Gore in 2000;Barak Obama is really too new and without any exerience in foreign affairs, education, health care, etc. I love Richardson. He's m ake a wonderful VP candidate.”
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What Do You Want to Ask Al Gore?

Commented May 25, 2007 at 08:39:47 in Politics

“The one thing I wish to say to Al Gore is


Thank you.”
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Cheney Warns Iran: "With Two Carrier Strike Groups In The Gulf, We're Sending Clear Messages..."

Commented May 11, 2007 at 17:11:58 in Home

“Cheney must be insane to be threatening Iran!

Of course, he always was insane.”
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Prominent Conservatives Launch Effort To Restore "Civil Liberties Under Assault By Executive Branch"

Commented Mar 20, 2007 at 14:27:28 in Home

“I'd also suggest impeaching the President for far more reasons than they has with Bill Clinton. He has trashed the Constitution.

Sherwin Slater”
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There is a Candidate Who is the Answer

Commented Mar 14, 2007 at 23:05:07 in Politics

“If Alec Baldwin is not thinking of Al Gore, I'll never go to his movies again; same for his TV show.

S Slater”
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Debunking the NYT's Sloppy Hit Piece on Gore

Commented Mar 14, 2007 at 10:29:58 in Politics

“I agree with David Roberts and Al Gore. Our climate has NEVER had temperature changes so rapidly in history. Bill Broad, Easterbrook, et all, are totally wrong. Look at the ice caps! I don't know how the Times could publish such articles without due diligence.

Al Gore is correct, and I would like to see him run for President. He could win in a landslide.

Sherwin J. Slater”
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Debunking the NYT's Sloppy Hit Piece on Gore

Commented Mar 14, 2007 at 10:13:52 in Politics

“David Roberts is correct and so is Al Gore. The has never been such a temperature change so quickly on record. I am surprised the Times would print such an article, WITHOUT doing the proper due diligence.

Sherwin J. Slater, and, yes, I would like to see Al Gore in the White House.”
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Bush Library Update: New Bill Seeks to Remove For Sale Sign From Oval Office

Commented Mar 14, 2007 at 10:00:17 in Politics

“If the Democratic Congress correct this situation, they do not belong in the White House.”
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Davos Notes: John McCain Bites My Head Off

Commented Jan 29, 2007 at 17:21:09 in Politics

“Sen McCain has always been a chameleon with issues. It depends on what he is running for.
When cornered, this chameleon changes color and slithers away.”
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It's Beginning to Look A Lot (More) Like Global Warming

Commented Dec 19, 2006 at 09:30:35 in Politics

“It is interesting how pundits like Ms.Sanders & Pat Buchanan can view the subject as either frivilous or funny (The ski is...). Sanders claims that the Gore twists the facts. Did she really see the movie. Facts are facts just as number are numbers. If she believes that 1+1 do not equal 2, then her head is below ground, not above it. Popeo claims a conspiracy to destroy our economy. I would ask them all where he would like to see their grandchildren in fifty years?”
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Step Away From The Constitution, Mr. Gingrich, And Put Your Hands Where We Can See Them

Commented Nov 29, 2006 at 13:48:04 in Politics

“I think it is sad that the Mayor of New York can say he believes that fifty-one shots into an unarmed would-be bridegroom was NOT excessive.

Also, I wonder whether Al Sharpton and/or Jessie Jackson would put up a stink if the victim was white?”
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Step Away From The Constitution, Mr. Gingrich, And Put Your Hands Where We Can See Them

Commented Nov 29, 2006 at 13:42:02 in Politics

“I would like to ask your bloggers how a discredited former congressman can possibly run for the Presidency, much lrss get nominated?

Thank you”
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Cheney: Situation In Iraq Is Going "Remarkably Well"...

Commented Oct 19, 2006 at 18:05:11 in Politics

“It is quite impossible to understand why anyone take any credence to anything Cheney says. It is "The Big Lie" again!

I would guess than many believe the GWB is the great savior of our time.

Our country will suffer many many years for the damage he has done. No money for education, health, poverty, science, medicine, etc., etc., etc. The only country who benefits is China, who now owns us.”
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Nearly 4 Dozen Subpoenas Issued...Hastert: I Won't Quit...

Commented Oct 6, 2006 at 10:36:00 in Home

“Dennis Hastert has become a huge liability for the Repubs. Even worse, W has offered his support. Both of them should read the tea leaves and run for cover.”
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Al Gore Says He Hasn't Ruled Presidential Bid...

Commented Sep 19, 2006 at 15:43:04 in Home

“I have seen the movie, and I agree with Sen. Gore. He MUST run for President. I will gladly support him with meetings, ads, and whatever I, and my friends, can do.

Sherwin J. Slater
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PETA Chief: Irwin's Death "No Shock At All"... He Was A "Cheap Reality TV Star"...

Commented Sep 11, 2006 at 16:40:50 in Home

“We know that W is stupid, but Cheney is clearly out of his mind, along with all the Rebubl.”
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Israel Will Expand Ground War...

Commented Aug 1, 2006 at 10:52:29 in Home

“Bush thinks he can get a permenant cease fire. He still hasn't learned that the efforts must start in Syria, and since Saudi Arabia is such a close friend, why won't he use them to get Arab nations to join an effort to stop the Hezbollah.”
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Annan: Strike On UN Post "Apparently Deliberate"...Israel: Annan's Statement "Outrageous"...

Commented Jul 26, 2006 at 11:24:41 in Home

“No one is sure where the bombs came from. Anan jumps the gun again. If it did come from Israel, it certainly was NOT deliberate.”
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"It's Hard To Beat Them" An Israeli Soldier Said, "They're Not Afraid Of Anything"...

Commented Jul 24, 2006 at 09:05:25 in Home

“Condi & her boss are a bit slow in addressing this war. Too bad Bush doesn't read papers.”
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Day 10: Counting Down To Ground Attack...Get Out While You Can...

Commented Jul 22, 2006 at 23:16:20 in Home

“Ask Kofi Annan whether he acknowleges that most of the Muslin countries what to wipe Israel off the map? They have been fighting this war for decades, and it is time to finish that war. If Kofi believes that Israel can negotiate with Iran & Syria, he smoking the wrong cigarette.”