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“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#149260 Mar 31, 2013
Christie-Palin2012 wrote:
<quoted text>
And you believe it when Obama said he would cut the deficit in half in his first term in office. And that he would close GITMO in his first year and get us out of both Iraq and Afghanistan too in his first year.
And the Nobel nut jobs gave Obama the Nobel Peace prize for doing what? Being the first half-black man to be elected president of the U.S.? You would think that they would have revoked his peace prize because he did not close GITMO!!!
This is another repeat. You typed the exact same words about two months ago, and all wrong, as usual.

When he said he'd cut it in half, he had no idea the mess that GWB and his cronies had created. The clueless Bush himself didn't know as the strings were all being pulled for him.

As to Gitmo, it was a naive promise at best, should've known the Repubs and military brass would never allow it as , "what the hell do you do with the prisoners as they've been so badly treated, you ain't see nuthin' yet if they are ever released."

As to the Nobel,they gave it to him. Was he supposed to refuse it?

Since: Mar 11

Jacksonville, FL

#149262 Mar 31, 2013
Iraqi Catholics celebrate Easter
By DIAA HADID | Associated Press

BAGHDAD (AP) Iraq's Catholic Christians flocked to churches to celebrate Easter Sunday, praying, singing and rejoicing in the resurrection of Christ behind high blast walls and tight security cordons.
It was the first Easter since the election of Pope Francis in Rome, and worshipers said they hoped their new spiritual leader would help strengthen their tiny community that has shrunk under the joint pressures of militant attacks and economic hardships.
At the St. Joseph Chaldean Church in Baghdad, some 200 worshipers stood and sat during parts of the Easter mass led by Father Saad Sirop.
http://news.yahoo.com/iraqi-catholics-celebra...

Since: Mar 11

Jacksonville, FL

#149264 Mar 31, 2013
Jim Carrey is a typical Libtard. He thinks he can insult half of his fan base, and still make tons of money at the box office!!!

Jim Carrey Calls Fox News "Giant Culture Fart" in Feud Over Charlton Heston Skit Us Weekly

Jim Carrey and Fox News are not interested in playing nice with one another. The comic actor, 51, is in a war of words with the conservative news network that all began with a Funny or Die skit posted earlier this week. In the Hee-Haw-inspired clip that criticizes opponents of gun control reform, Carrey parodies the late Charlton Heston, screen legend and former President of the National Rifle Association (NRA).
http://omg.yahoo.com/news/jim-carrey-calls-fo...
Grand Birther

Cleveland, OH

#149266 Mar 31, 2013
Christie-Palin2012 wrote:
<quoted text>
And you have no idea what the difference between a Conservative and a Libtard is. A Conservative goes out to a grocery store and buys a gallon of 2% milk whereas a Libtard buys a half gallon of skim milk and ...... a gallon of Ben and Jerrt's!
A Conservative might have a cigar after diner and a Libtard will bash him for smoking tobacco while the Libtard is toking down on a giant refer.
Proving my point yet again, Rogue Moron.
Grand Birther

Cleveland, OH

#149267 Mar 31, 2013
Christie-Palin2012 wrote:
Oh, today is not Bunny Day!
Today definitely has it's origins in Germanic pagan festival called Pashca, which celebrated the goddess "Eostre" or "Ostara."

Deal with it.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#149268 Mar 31, 2013
Christie-Palin2012 wrote:
Iraqi Catholics celebrate Easter
By DIAA HADID | Associated Press
BAGHDAD (AP) Iraq's Catholic Christians flocked to churches to celebrate Easter Sunday, praying, singing and rejoicing in the resurrection of Christ behind high blast walls and tight security cordons.
It was the first Easter since the election of Pope Francis in Rome, and worshipers said they hoped their new spiritual leader would help strengthen their tiny community that has shrunk under the joint pressures of militant attacks and economic hardships.
At the St. Joseph Chaldean Church in Baghdad, some 200 worshipers stood and sat during parts of the Easter mass led by Father Saad Sirop.
http://news.yahoo.com/iraqi-catholics-celebra...
Why don't you inform us how many catholics in Iraq prior to Saddam's demise and how many AFTER he was hanged, Rogue.

www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-11669994

“On Deck”

Since: Aug 08

French Polynesia

#149270 Mar 31, 2013
Jacques,
It was a world failure to leave Saddam Hussein to his own devices in the aftermath of Desert Storm and the devastaton of Kuwait.
There is absolutely no convincing me otherwise.
loose

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#149271 Mar 31, 2013
loose cannon wrote:
Jacques,
It was a world failure to leave Saddam Hussein to his own devices in the aftermath of Desert Storm and the devastaton of Kuwait.
There is absolutely no convincing me otherwise.
loose
How about a dead Saddam at the cost of 4500 dead GIs, 32000 maimed, some for life, 150,000 Iraqi dead, maybe one million maimed, infrastructure demolished, public utilities and buidlings destroyed etc. And post-Saddam, are things any better, was it worth over, at anywhere from 2 to 6 trillion $s wasted, 1 million veterans in queue awaiting benefits, add to that cost the cost of not being able to work for many, then, in gratitude, Iraq does not pay one cent bank for war reparations to the US, gives Russia a huge gas and oil exploration/exploitation contract, does not give the U a "break" by reducing the cost of a barrel of oil, allows AlQeada, Taliban and Iranians into Iraq as opposed to Saddam who did not tolerate them.

Yes, loose, Saddam was "defeated", though his country was not, it lost the battle , won the war. Do you really believe that Iraq is now better off post - Saddam? More freedom, fewer killings? Are you sure? Why didn't you take out the Saudi Royal family, those champions of liberty and freedom, specially for women and migrant workers, North Korea's dictator, Yemen's president, China's ruling politburor and president, yes, China, that most democratic country and what about the Congo, oh, so many. What're you waiting for? Why just Iraq?

Now, just wait until Hassad falls in Syria and you find out the gang that "used" the people to defeat him is ten times worse than butcher Hassad.

“On Deck”

Since: Aug 08

French Polynesia

#149272 Mar 31, 2013
Jacques,
9/11 would not have happened if Saddam Hussein was removed from the world staged following Desert Strorm like he should have been.
It was a world failure not to do so.

Happy Easter,
loose

“On Deck”

Since: Aug 08

French Polynesia

#149273 Mar 31, 2013
Jacques,
I am not saying that the Butcher of Baghdad, Saddam Husein, was complicit in the 9/11 attacks by militant Islam.
But he did set that dirty snowball rolling.
There is no convincing me otherwise
loose

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#149274 Mar 31, 2013
loose cannon wrote:
Jacques,
9/11 would not have happened if Saddam Hussein was removed from the world staged following Desert Strorm like he should have been.
It was a world failure not to do so.
Happy Easter,
loose
Please explain how Saddam had anything to do with 9/11 seeing as the total Repub hierarchy stated that he was in now way related to said 9/11. Also, he harboured no AlQaeda, Taliban or Iranians in Iraq, so how...

Question for you : You said he HAD to be removed. Why not all the other dictators then?. And tell us, apart from buying weapons from the US, what harm did Saddam ever do to the US and did he ever threaten to invade you? Again, when are you taking out China, Burma, North Korea, Yemen, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Russia etc? Are they better than Saddam was? Hmm, well, are they?

Joyeuses Pques.

Since: Mar 11

Jacksonville, FL

#149275 Mar 31, 2013
Grand Birther wrote:
<quoted text>
Proving my point yet again, Rogue Moron.
And you have proved my point yet again too. You are a sad little troll.
Random Poster

Las Vegas, NV

#149276 Mar 31, 2013
Happy Easter

Since: Mar 11

Jacksonville, FL

#149277 Mar 31, 2013
Christie-Palin2012 wrote:
Iraqi Catholics celebrate Easter
By DIAA HADID | Associated Press
BAGHDAD (AP) Iraq's Catholic Christians flocked to churches to celebrate Easter Sunday, praying, singing and rejoicing in the resurrection of Christ behind high blast walls and tight security cordons.
It was the first Easter since the election of Pope Francis in Rome, and worshipers said they hoped their new spiritual leader would help strengthen their tiny community that has shrunk under the joint pressures of militant attacks and economic hardships.
At the St. Joseph Chaldean Church in Baghdad, some 200 worshipers stood and sat during parts of the Easter mass led by Father Saad Sirop.
http://news.yahoo.com/iraqi-catholics-celebra ...
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
Why don't you inform us how many catholics in Iraq prior to Saddam's demise and how many AFTER he was hanged, Rogue.
www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-11669994
I had a family relative stationed at JB Balad in Iraq in 1996. All of their house boys were Christians. Women were not allowed because of customs and they chose Christians as they were not seen as a threat. Just before Thanksgiving his mother sent him a Creshe and he put it on his dresser. Shortly after that his house boy came in and his eyes popped wide open when he saw it.
He said they had heard of them but never seen one as the were not even allowed to have a cross when Saddamn was in power. To have an Christian symbol was grounds for execution. A few weeks later he was informed he would be in the advanced party and would return home the week before Christmas so a few days before his departure he gave it to his house boy.
Even though Saddamn was no longer around he was afraid even to take it through the gate so he escorted his house boy to the gate that evening. I know how evil you think we are but we set them free. Sure they may not have the freedom we have in America, or you do in Canada, but they are much freer now that Saddamn is gone.
Now Jacques, can you tell us just how many people died BY the hands of Americans in Iraq? Now, how many Americans died during our Civil War in the 1860's? And how many are dying in Syria right now? Civil Wars are the worst wars but if the Iraqis and Syrians want freedom, they must be fought.
Oh, would you still want Saddamn alive and in power?

Since: Mar 11

Jacksonville, FL

#149278 Mar 31, 2013
Random Poster wrote:
Happy Easter
And you too as Jesus died for our sins.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#149279 Mar 31, 2013
Er, loose, North Korea's Kim has threatned the United States with nuclear weapons. When're you taking him out?

Did Saddam ever threaten you with anything, including neclear weapons? When're you invading? Incidentally, he HAS WMDs. On that, everyone agrees.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#149280 Mar 31, 2013
Christie-Palin2012 wrote:
<quoted text>
And you too as Jesus died for our sins.
Look at the world today. He died for nothing.

Since: Mar 11

Jacksonville, FL

#149281 Mar 31, 2013
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
How about a dead Saddam at the cost of 4500 dead GIs, 32000 maimed, some for life, 150,000 Iraqi dead, maybe one million maimed, infrastructure demolished, public utilities and buidlings destroyed etc. And post-Saddam, are things any better, was it worth over, at anywhere from 2 to 6 trillion $s wasted, 1 million veterans in queue awaiting benefits, add to that cost the cost of not being able to work for many, then, in gratitude, Iraq does not pay one cent bank for war reparations to the US, gives Russia a huge gas and oil exploration/exploitation contract, does not give the U a "break" by reducing the cost of a barrel of oil, allows AlQeada, Taliban and Iranians into Iraq as opposed to Saddam who did not tolerate them.
Yes, loose, Saddam was "defeated", though his country was not, it lost the battle , won the war. Do you really believe that Iraq is now better off post - Saddam? More freedom, fewer killings? Are you sure? Why didn't you take out the Saudi Royal family, those champions of liberty and freedom, specially for women and migrant workers, North Korea's dictator, Yemen's president, China's ruling politburor and president, yes, China, that most democratic country and what about the Congo, oh, so many. What're you waiting for? Why just Iraq?
Now, just wait until Hassad falls in Syria and you find out the gang that "used" the people to defeat him is ten times worse than butcher Hassad.
Oh, what infrastructure did we destroy in Iraq? Yes, we took out some power lines but no power plants as power plants are not any good without a distribution system. And they were quickly rebuilt.
Now Shia, Kurd and Christian areas never had any infrastructure because Saddamn favored the Sunnis. You can not destoy something that is not there. We were building infrastructure that did not exist in most areas.
Now, how many cars were in Iraq in 2000? How many in 2010?

Iraq's Consumer Goods Boom Faces a Twist
Nov. 3, 2003

....Reporters found television and satellite dish markets even in small towns. ABCNEWS' Jim Sciutto and Drew Millhon visited a "booming" used-car lot in the northern Iraqi city of Kirkuk stocked with vehicles trucked in via Syria and Jordan.
http://abcnews.go.com/WNT/story...

Since: Mar 11

Jacksonville, FL

#149282 Mar 31, 2013
Christie-Palin2012 wrote:
<quoted text>
And you too as Jesus died for our sins.
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
Look at the world today. He died for nothing.
For YOU, you are probably correct. But why should you worry as you have no place to go after you die.
IMHO, God does not care about our mortal bodies. How long is eternity compared to life on Earth? I think God is more concerned where we will spend eternity tat how long we live here on Earth.
Now, I do not profess to know what God thinks about any given subject. Why he might have room in heaven for good atheists so I hope you are behaving yourself.

Since: Mar 11

Jacksonville, FL

#149283 Mar 31, 2013
Now I do not profess to know what either Heaven or Hell is. Maybe Heaven is just being allowed to be in the presence of God while Hell might be not being allowed in His presence.
Just floating in the darkness of outer space all alone without even light sounds like torture to me.

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