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291. The coalition is winning Apr 3, 2003, 14:15 [SPZ]SPANKER
The coalition is winning so far, you guys must be bummed.

That young conscientious objector, they found out he's a gay guy... wonderful.

Liberals all around are starting to relize who the real heroes are! Not all those dumb-asses on main street doing a virtual "die-in". Jessica Lynch is real hero. This girl was doing it for real, and for a good cause.

God Bless America! Kill and eat the peaceniks!

I loved hearing about that bus being blown to bits with all those "human shields" in it.... will anyone remember their names? Answer: NO hahahahahha!!!!! I love that! But I consider it just a start.

-Spanker has Spankend yet again.

P.S. Pedle Zelnip- don't you want to come over to our side..... the winning side? Throw away your mom and dads love beads and face the truth.

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288. Dantes first ring of hell Apr 1, 2003, 13:21 [SPZ]SPANKER
Yeah we can all sit back on this message board and "debate" the issues(like the UN) and pretend to be the most "open" and "academic" and regurgitate what we learned in school the other day from some socialist professor or Zen philosopher. Holding our heads up high, as we are the most "enlightened" people around, because we "debate", but can't make a decision to save our lives.

In Dante's Inferno The first ring of hell was for those who will not or cannot decide, their punishment was to chase a banner while hornets and wasps stung their backs, this was punishment for their indecisions in life. In life these indecisions costs many people their lives, by not standing up for what is right and allowed tyrants and atrocities to go unchecked.

In WWII many people defended Hitler and didn't want to do anything about it, now they look like fools, because history has judged them, and their punishment for such a crime is to not be remembered, in their place we have bold people like Winston Churchill whose memory and good deeds will stand the test of time.

Liberating Iraq from a leader that everyone agrees is bad(be liberal or conservative) is the right decision to make, but some of us feel better sitting on the fence and watching the atrocities take place.

I'm sick of debating with you guys, cause that's all your good for, and now I will forget get about you, just like history will.

-Spanker has Spankend

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270. Re: The Only way to peace...... Mar 28, 2003, 13:35 [SPZ]SPANKER
<How will you feel if you're wrong and we've killed innocent civilians based on bad intelligence reports and gut feelings?

-I won't feel bad at all, because it's your leaders fault..Saddam. He could have prevented all this. He could have been for peace. He could have fed his people instead of building big effigies of himself and large temples.

Movie stars that are similar to Saddam they also like large effigies of themselves. They also think they're so important and above normal people. No wonder they love Saddam so much! When speaking out against the war, They think they can say what ever they want(IE the dixie chicks) but alas they are learning the cold hard truth.... we won't put up with it! Someone's going to get a busted lip!(financial or otherwise)

Liberals everywhere are now learning the truth, you can have opinion, but your going to pay a price baby! (IE Politically Incorrect host bill Maurer?) When they cancelled his show I was just giddie the whole week long, just a long deep chuckle that lasted all week, crash and burn baby! whoo hoo!

-and babar, we are going into Iraq because of 17 failed UN resolutions after Saddam invaded a friendly neighboring country in 91' -remember that one, you dipshit? Saddam signed an agreement to disarm - not just WOMD. He has failed to do that, but man he loves having you in his army.

-Stop posting links to loony web sites. That's just great all the stupid references are from photos and such. I don't know dude, did you read all the ID10T.

Peaceniks are to the left of center(<20%) and will try and fight for the middles attention - that's right, middle America(I am an independent), but for now, nobody is listening and your an embarrassment to us. So you guys can now go back to your regularly scheduled programs(IE X-Files, MTV Real Life...ETC) I will just sit back and watch the car wrecks occur(IE foot in mouth syndrome, IE your life).

-Spanker has Spankend

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258. The Only way to peace...... Mar 27, 2003, 20:45 [SPZ]SPANKER
Iraqi exiles, now U.S. citizens, talk to their families in Iraq by phone. Their relatives tell horrific stories of the situation in Basra, saying their loved ones want an uprising but they remain afraid of Saddam's regime.

Inhabitants of the mostly Shiite Muslim city on Tuesday started attacking members of Saddam's Baath Party and other Iraqi fighters, who responded by firing mortars at their own people, the British military said. The British, in turn, shelled the mortar positions and bombed Baath headquarters. Coalition aircraft later helped the effort.
Two leaders of the Iraqi exile community here in the Unites States say Saddam deliberately placed the Fedayeen Saddam-- a group of Saddam's loyal thugs -- in the cities of Karbala and Basra to maintain his brutal grip on power.

"Fedayeen Saddam have full authority," said Sheik Sadiq Khadem Mohammed, an Iraqi Shiite exile. "Since they start this organization to challenge Shia movement, they have full authority on the streets. They arrest. They torture. They kill in the streets and everyone knows about that."

Mohammed said a curfew had been imposed in many cities -- including Basra -- and under these restrictions, Iraqis must get permission to go outside their own homes, to go to the market, or simply to meet in groups. This is designed to prevent gatherings, which could ultimately lead to a serious uprising against Saddam.

Saddam rules not only civilians by fear, Mohammed said, but also his military forces, including the Fedayeen.

After the last Gulf War in 1991, the Shiite community said it was encouraged by the United States to topple Saddam but didn't get the necessary backup. Saddam eventually slaughtered thousands of Shiites in the south.

Right now, Shiite leaders in exile say they are afraid this could happen again.

"We welcome the war because Saddam is a dictator," Mohammed said. "You cannot take him out of the power but by force that is for sure. We hope the war will be the process for peace in Iraq."

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257. Re: Anybody read this yet? Mar 27, 2003, 20:37 [SPZ]SPANKER
Yes your info is very biased and isn't from a reliable source. BEWARE of what you read on the internet.

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256. Re: The real Last Word - babar Mar 27, 2003, 20:29 [SPZ]SPANKER
Forces' Finding
When American forces went into a hospital in the Southern Iraqi city of Nasiriya, after some intense fighting, they found 3,000 chemical suits, 200 weapons, stockpiles of ammunition and one tank inside the building. One hundred seventy Iraqi paramilitary soldiers from inside the hospital were taken into custody. Navy Captain Frank Thorp said the Marines who took control of the complex used loudspeakers to encourage any patients and doctors to come out before they went in. The hospital was being used as a staging ground for Iraqi forces in Nasiriya, which fell to about 4,000 Marines after a two-day battle. Marines found themselves at times up against apparent civilians who turned out to have weapons hidden under their robes.

Wow brave peace warriors hiding in a hospital.,2933,82237,00.html

Blix never gave Saddam a clean bill of health, infact he said they were lacking in proof, but like I said it's not Blix's job to make them disarm, it is Saddam's resposibility, and he has fallen short of this.

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16. Re: Mike Martinez -Fredrickson Mar 27, 2003, 19:26 [SPZ]SPANKER
I wasn't trying to be mean, the comment is meant to be taken light hearted by the author It's just that I have a buddy of mine that sends me all the latest tech stuff and everytime we meet he's talking tech stuff(I work with tech stuff for a living) and after a while I get concerned for my friends mental health because he is so one tracked.

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253. Re: The real Last Word - babar Mar 27, 2003, 19:18 [SPZ]SPANKER
Remember that the UN Inspectors jobs are to confirm the non-exsistance with a complying government. It was not their job to search for these weapons, it was Iraqs responsibilty to prove it. When South Africa disarmed they brought the UN inspectors in and proved to them they didn't have any and showed all the proof and had everything well documented. South Africa wasn't trying to play a cat and mouse game with the UN. Now that we have found a chemical facility camaflaged in the desert that was hidden and not even on the UN list and a T55 tank w\ 3000 chem suits and weapons in a hospital.... your argument is totaly out of reach. You are 100% incorrect and need to eat crow.

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244. Re: The real Last Word -Pedle Zelnip Mar 27, 2003, 13:58 [SPZ]SPANKER
First off Thanks for the compliment. Of course I have to disagree with you on what you've said. Saddam has killed over 1,000,000 of his own people and is a bad guy. How will keeping Saddam in power assure peace?

"If posession of WMD is an offence that warrants war from another nation, when why haven't we declared war against Korea, China, India, the Soviet Union, or for that matter Britain?"

These countries have weapons of mass destruction, but they are responsible with them, they don't gas their own people. If they ever step over the line then they will have to be dealt with too. North Korea is next. It's a different world now, we have to be pro-active, oceans no longer separate us. We will take down one country at a time. Democracy is the true way, it's how you and I were raised. Just like everyones a little Roman so will the world eventually be a little American.

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243. Re: The real Last Word -Chris Mar 27, 2003, 13:37 [SPZ]SPANKER
What did Hitler have to do with Pearl Harbor? Stand up for what's right. How does leaving Saddam in power assure peace to the Iraqi people? Saddam has studied Hitler and has learned a lot from him.


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10. Mike Martinez Mar 26, 2003, 20:16 [SPZ]SPANKER
The dude is a serious geek. He needs to start posting something we can laugh at.

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237. Iraq Mural Mar 26, 2003, 20:01 [SPZ]SPANKER
Yup they didn't have anything to do with it, but they sure loved it.....

Most peaceniks would love to have this on their living room wall. They would claim that it is true art and that we are too sesitive and don't understand what the Iraqi meant when he painted it.

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226. The real Last Word Mar 26, 2003, 13:03 [SPZ]SPANKER
I think as this war goes on and Saddam's true nature reveals itself, more and more people will be hopping on the war wagon.

People didn't want to go into world war II even though Hitler had the gas chambers running. It wasn't until Pearl Harbor came, people changed their opinions. Was Hitler responsible for Pearl Harbor? No. We have all this evidence of a cruel dictator and we have 9-11, and yet people still hold back.

This War is good. It will bring along much needed change. What the hell would it take to get peace necks on board? I know if they bombed one of the movie studios you wouldn't see as many actors on the peace bandwagon.

Even though I never new one of those people in the world trade center, I felt for them. One image that struck me hard was in the time magazine article, it showed a woman standing in the gaping hole where one of the first planes hit, she was looking out and down in a daze. I thought to myself: this woman died a little bit after this photo was taken, after the building collapsed. Looking over all of the photos of the people lost, all of the everyday normal people, in them I saw family, friends, neighbors..... the last thing we need is a guy like Saddam giving a terrorist a chem/nuke bomb.

I liked a quote from what Bono said: "When I was younger I couldn't really picture how somebody could kill, but now that I have my own children, I can at least understand" I think this is true, the older you get the more conservative you get. When you are young you tend to be idealistic, looking at the world through your rose colored glasses. You realize when you get older, that shit has to be dealt with, it just doesn't go away by talking.

Sometimes it is time for the hammer. Because you realize you have something more to lose and you must do everything you can to protect those things dear to you.

So, to the peace necks: Do the hard thing, stand up for something that's worth fighting for. Help protect your country, show some backbone. It may not be original for you and you may not get as much attention, but it's the right thing to do.

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195. Re: The last word...Nassus Mar 25, 2003, 12:08 [SPZ]SPANKER
Bravo! Nassus I love your post. I have that mp3 and listen to it once a day, and just laugh my ass off every time.

That mp3 is typical of peace necks, actually these peace necks posting, are trying to get laid by girls like her. "How does leaving Saddam in power ensure peace to the Iraqi people?" Peace-neck: "umm..... duh......ummm.....doh....umm........"

We could classify the peace-necks, one would type would be the naive little girl in the mp3, the other is naive little boys trying to get laid by her and the next is their love bead parents trying to relive their 60's heyday and the last is their old bitter socialist grand parents(bitter raisins that never give you a smile).

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187. Re: No Scuds Mar 24, 2003, 21:19 [SPZ]SPANKER
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135. Re: Barbar the idiot Mar 21, 2003, 20:56 [SPZ]SPANKER
The anti bush crowd is pissed that we are winning the war. They still wish they had Bill Clinton in office with his "wolka wolka porn guitar".

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132. Re: Barbar the idiot Mar 21, 2003, 20:16 [SPZ]SPANKER
Our Founding Fathers were supreme champions of freedom of speech. But we should never forget that Alexander Hamilton was shot over something he said. Because in their infinite wisdom our Founding Fathers also gave us the second amendment, the right to bear arms, which is a reminder that while we can pretty much do and say whatever we want-you better watch it, asshole.

The free-speechers always argue the slippery-slope: if you muzzle free speech, before you know it, we're living in 1984 and Big Brother is picking out our ties. Those seeking to control free speech, on the other hand, argue that if we allow Johnny Soulpatch to burn the flag, before you know it, we're living in "Lord of the Flies" and Piggy is fighting for his life. But there is a middle ground between government rule and mob rule. A place where only those who can make obscure references to literature, art and pop culture on their weekly cable show will be allowed to speak freely. A utopia... if you will.

Our enemies see our diversity of opinion as evidence that we are weak and divided, but it is the very presence of a vibrant marketplace of ideas that ensures our continued survival. That, and the high-tech weapons that can lock in on the glint off a scimitar from five thousand miles away.

As much as I believe that our leaders have followed exactly the right course in wiping out the Taliban assholes who gave safe haven to the murderers of my fellow citizens, I recognize that the dissenters to the war and the verbal defenders of our enemies fulfill a vital function in our democracy. Specifically, they give me somebody to hate whose name I can actually pronounce.

As much as we don't like to admit it, you gotta say, the freedom to bash the U.S. government is a unique and beautiful phenomenon...... When done with a certain degree of panache! I've noticed that in the Middle East when they burn the American Flag, they aren't even using real flags. They are just using flags painted onto sheets. This really pisses me off because there are hard working kids in Taiwan who make our flags who can use every penny they can get.

As a matter of fact, at this point, the only thing that galls me about someone burning the American flag is how unoriginal it is. I mean if you're going to pull the Freedom-of-speech card, don't be a hack, come up with something interesting. Fashion Old Glory into a wisecracking puppet and blister the system with a scathing ventriloquism act, or better yet, drape the flag over your head and desecrate it with a large caliber bullet hole.

Once hotbeds of free speech, college campuses across the country have engaged in an arms race to see who can craft the most restrictive speech code. Years of Political Correctness, binge drinking, and dropping bing cherries out of your ass into a shotglass have bred a backlash now, where anyone who dares to stray outside the conventional school of wisdom is ostracized, slapped with the mark of Cain, and, worst of all, made to forfeit their Student Activity Fee discount to see Dave Mathews jam, and, more importantly, inspire, during Spring Fling on the Quad.

Whatever happened to the notion that college was a place where the best minds in the nation vigorously debated all sides of an issue, while the rest of us went back to the dorm and got laid? Usually by ourselves.

I have no problem with people who respond to what they don't agree with. I enjoy the drama of a toppled podium and the sound of microphone feedback as much as the next guy. What I do have a problem with are the people who fail to see the glaring hypocrisy of screaming the words "shut up" into a bullhorn.

Why should even the most repugnant ideas receive the same freedom of expression as more accepted ones? Because the American system is less a "free marketplace" of ideas than it is a playground. And the best way to dispense with unpopular ideas is to let them roam free, so they can have their asses kicked up and down the jungle gym by the cool ideas.

The ability to be critical of our government is what makes this country great. Thanks to these freedoms, we get the hip irreverence of Art Buchwald, the folksy yet politically incisive song stylings of Mark Russell, and the pun-tastic parodies of The Capital Steps. And it is for these reasons alone, we must squash free speech immediately and become a police state.

We need to let those who repulse us have their say alongside those whose speeches make us rise to our feet in applause. How else will the shiny pearl of wisdom stick out against the black velvet of stupidity? It's better to just let the Ku Klux Klan march through your town than it is to waste your time and money trying to stop them. Instead of challenging their right to free speech, use your energy to point out to your children the irony of the fat guys in the pointy hats and the pee-stained bed sheets, spouting forth all sorts of mono-syllabic eugenic claptrap, and all the while, claiming to be the master race.

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121. Re: Barbar the idiot Mar 21, 2003, 18:06 [SPZ]SPANKER
Hmmm let's see Presidents rating 74% Dissaprove 20% .... uhh score board, peace necks lose. I thought Saddam wasn't supposed to have scuds..... uhh... Hans you there? doh. I love all the peace marchers rioting and fighting, ooh impressive. Thank God Gore the whore isn't in office or that we don't have any other pussy democrat. Dude, the only reason you are anti-war is: You can't get laid at college with out it. The following link is so bitch'n and so typical of a peace neck... LOL

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25. ***CAUTION ON UT2003 PATCH*** Sep 17, 2002, 15:10 [SPZ]SPANKER
Hey Y'all,

Be advised that if you apply the patch, you will not be able to use 3rd
party maps, or maps from the leak, within the demo. If you try it, be sure
to back up your system and help directories first.


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