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92. Re: A simple question. Mar 20, 2003, 21:39 Ray Marden
 
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Thinking it really boils down to people and the decisions we make :),
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91. Re: A simple question. Mar 20, 2003, 21:39 Davbo
 
This pretty much says it all.

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90. Re: A simple question. Mar 20, 2003, 21:23 Bronco
 
I think you should change that to 'A rhetorical question'


Well, we made it a good bit before the irrational finger pointing discussion took over. Not too shabby if you ask me.

Oh and Ray, I wish it was that easy.

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89. A simple question. Mar 20, 2003, 21:20 WarPig
 
If the U.S. had information about the Sept. 11 attacks and had suddenly started bombing the crap out of Afghanistan on Sept. 10, how many countries would have supported it and would they have been right?

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88. Re: vetos Mar 20, 2003, 21:04 Jojo BoZley
 
Yo mr. cock...

Also keep in mind the Israel/Palestinian conflict is actually where it all starts. Where it aaaall starts isnt it...

The Palestinians should go knock on a "brother" Muslim country for a little sympathy or HELP, maybe?? They should just leave the tiny, einy weeny area called Israel alone.

For what the Israelies put up with from the Palestinians on a daily basis, I mean SHIT! They are lucky they're not wiped off this green earth.

Forget about Israel being criminal, I mean pleeeaaassse.
Just look at the pathic state of Muslim countries, dude! They, (and you?) are just friggin' jealous of Israel's might, success and favor with the great USA. Injustice? I think it's an injustice that Israel lets Palestine get away with the shit it does...you would think those people would have something better to do all day than plot against & complain about Israel...
http://dunamai.com/articles/Israel/The_Axis_of_Evil.htm


 
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87. Blah blah blah Mar 20, 2003, 20:58 Wrath
 
On more important issues, does anyone have the level 3 password for Move Your Feet? That last jump level is a pain.

 
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86. Re: Canada's position, eh? Mar 20, 2003, 20:50 JM
 
But the teachers aren't taught.

I see, so if my grandfather was a terrorist and he taught my father to be a terrorist then I guess I'm destined to become a terrorist as well since people are obviously incabable of thinking for themselves. Your logic is flawed in that it assumes the "teachers" weren't misguided in the first place.

 
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85. Re: Canada's position, eh? Mar 20, 2003, 20:42 KaRRiLLioN
 
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Try to understand this: Opposition to war != favoring Hussein's regime

I can understand that. I think what I see in the anti-war movement isn't so much of an opposition to war, as it is anti-Bush. Most of the protest signs and such that I see are more about Bush than anything else. It doesn't look as anti-establishment as in the 60's. I would venture a guess that were most of the protesters to be polled, they'd overwhelmingly be former supporters of Gore.

Also, I think that the "Bush is an idiot" line of thinking is dangerous. I mean, if he's really this stupid and is just following the instructions of advisors, then it's surprising that he's really stymied the Democrats more than they'd care to admit, and gotten his way at least as much (if not more) than Clinton did in his first 4 years in office.

I would suspect that Bush might be a case of looking less intelligent than he is. Or maybe his advisors are just that damned good.

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84. Re: Iraq... Mar 20, 2003, 20:32 KaRRiLLioN
 
to #28 Heretic:

Yes, ironically, Jimmy Carter (then the President of the US and now Nobel Peace Laureate) is the one who encouraged Iraq to attack Iran, and then that conflict cost over a million lives. And yes, the US indirectly intervened in many, many other conflicts, often doing more harm than good. It does seem, however that when we actually intervene directly it might work out better. Of course rebuilding is the expensive part. Maybe they can use some funds from Iraq's oil to help out with efforts in Afganistan.

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83. Re: Canada's position, eh? Mar 20, 2003, 20:22 spyder11
 
But the teachers aren't taught.

 
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82. Re: Canada's position, eh? Mar 20, 2003, 20:20 JM
 
I donít believe terrorists were born to hate the United States.

True. They are taught to hate the United States.

 
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81. Re: veto's Mar 20, 2003, 20:18 babar
 
Pellet,

Cock's name calling aside he is right about the US and Israel. Go read some of the articles on http://www.whatreallyhappened.com for more info. You'll find info where Sharon said in a speech "Don't worry about America. We, the Jews, run America. They know and we know it."

Why isn't Bush bombing the crap out of Israel for running over an American peace protester with a bulldozer and then backing up and running over her again? And then when there's a memorial service for her Israel's Army lobs tear gas into the service and shoots people with pelluts. Instead of bombing them we just agreed to give them Billions and Billions of money. NICE!

 
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80. Re: veto's Mar 20, 2003, 20:07 Pellet Puppy
 
Cock sucker maybe you should think up a better name. Maybe "I love Iraq", "UN is always right", "Israel is EVIL". And while your at it cock cookie maybe you should claim the war was started during the American Civil war.
"Bush is going to give you more bullshit"
Well you and Bush have something in common. Amazing

 
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79. Re: Canada's position, eh? Mar 20, 2003, 20:04 spyder11
 
The United States is the only country to drop an atomic bomb on a civilian population. A nation that is allowed to have the ability to destroy the world numerous times over is beyond my comprehension. The United States sees fit to disarm the Iraq of its weapons of mass destruction, but they allow tragedies such as the genocides in Kigal, Rwanda, Congo, Uganda, and Barundi to occur. Many will say that those tragedies have nothing to do with the United States, and to them I say shame on you. To stand idly by while millions upon millions are being murdered is atrocious. There are many other important issues in the world that are more important that controlling oil fields in the Middle East, contrary to what CNN tells you. What is the United States going to do once they are through with Iraq? They would be hypocritical if they were to stop thereÖ or maybe controlling the oil fields is good enough. I donít believe terrorists were born to hate the United States. To ignore this fact is naÔve.

 
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78. Re: Lol... Mar 20, 2003, 19:54 Cyric
 
Aye. I hear that.  
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77. Re: So, in other words... Mar 20, 2003, 19:54 GandalfTheWhite
 
Any of you guys know a good tv broadcast or website (free of charge) where we can get the latest news from the front lines?  
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76. Re: vetos Mar 20, 2003, 19:52 rock climber
 
> Not really. This War was started when
> Iraq failed to disarm after 12 years.


Please pellet puppy, open your eyes and close your mouth btw otherwise Bush is going to give you more bullshit.
 
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75. The reasons for the war Mar 20, 2003, 19:52 babar
 
Look here for a history of this current Iraq conflict. http://www.rense.com/general29/poll.htm

And look here for news you won't see on CNN, ABC, CBS, FOX, MSNBC, etc.

http://www.whatreallyhappened.com


 
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74. Lol... Mar 20, 2003, 19:49 Narf2029
 
It's funny how so many posts, so much flame and passion can come from a blank OOTB.

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73. So, in other words... Mar 20, 2003, 19:44 Ray Marden
 
...HUZZAH FOR THE QUEEN!11111111111111

You know, a truly intelligent society would learn to work with and appreciate one another without having to resort to ending the existence of others to "solve" things.

Until then, it is still a shade of "Me, me, me..."

I have said this before, but I will say it again. Right here, right now, I really want three things in life:

1. For my mother to be well.

2. To spend time with the woman I love.

3. Happiness - experiencing it, helping others experience it, spending time with friends, etc.

That's all I really want in life. The other stuff is nice and can be neat, but that is all that really matters. If I died today, it is ok so long as I have those things. Give me all the money, power, and fame in the world, but I will still feel empty inside if I do not have those things.

Where - HOW - would I ever find a place for the following on my list of important things in life: hatred, prejudice, murder, power, ego, greed, etc.

To those that don't mind having those in their life, I just have one question:

What the hell?

-Ray Marden

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