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American Lady

Danville, KY

#150737 Apr 14, 2013
WhiteCollarCrime wrote:
<quoted text>
Semper Fi!
Keep Hope Alive!
Krav Maga!
Some people are BORN with those "instincts" ...
It's called Patriotism ...

Since: May 10

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#150738 Apr 14, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>
I have a Black Belt in Ching Ching!
To you Libtards who have no idea what Ching Ching is, it is the noise that the slide of a M1911-A1 makes just before "bang, bang, bang, bang, bang, bang, bang, clunk (as the first mag hits the ground), bang, bang, bang, bang, bang, bang, bang"!

Since: May 10

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#150741 Apr 14, 2013

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#150742 Apr 14, 2013
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
How many months had Obama been in offic when unemployment hit 10.5%? How many? Once you have that answer, tell us how Obama was able to go from 4% to 10.5 in so few months or was it GWB's legacy after all?
<quoted text>
He who cannot formulate an intelligent reply will childishly revert to profanity, boorishness and sexual-referenced language.
Einstein : "E=MC2"
KFC Grand Birther : "STFU QUEER!"
Frank wrote:
<quoted text>Obama was part of the Congress that caused the problems leading to the meltdown in 2008. The country saw the full force of the problem when Obama was dominated. Business doesn't wait until its too late to react. Obama has been working hard to destroy our country since the day he was elected to Congress in 2006. Our country would be better off if Obama had quit politics after his humiliating defeat by Bobby Rush.
Jacques seems to conveniently forget that any president can only sign into law, bills that were passed by Congress and that the last two years of Bush's second term Congress was controlled not only by Democrats, but by Progressives. Yep, Speaker San Fran Nan Pelosi and Dirty Hair Reid are as looney-tooney-lefty as you can get!
WhiteCollarCrime

Sayville, NY

#150754 Apr 14, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>
I have a Black Belt in Ching Ching!
I do NOT think so Grasshopper.
WhiteCollarCrime

Sayville, NY

#150756 Apr 14, 2013
American Lady wrote:
<quoted text>
Some people are BORN with those "instincts" ...
It's called Patriotism ...
I agree AL.

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General Speaks Out on Iraq
http://tinyurl.com/29d7r8

Mr. President, you did not listen, General Batiste says in new television advertisements being broadcast in Republican Congressional districts as part of a $500,000 campaign financed by http://www.votevets.org You continue to pursue a failed strategy that is breaking our great Army and Marine Corps. I left the Army in protest in order to speak out. Mr. President, you have placed our nation in peril. Our only hope is that Congress will act now to protect our fighting men and women.
http://www.nytimes.com/2007/05/13/us/13genera...

Why Iraq Was a Mistake
By Lt. General GREGORY NEWBOLD, Retired
http://tinyurl.com/p4j93 Apr. 09, 2006
From 2000 until October 2002, I was a Marine Corps lieutenant general and director of operations for the Joint Chiefs of Staff. After 9/11, I was a witness and therefore a party to the actions that led us to the invasion of Iraq--an unnecessary war.

Inside the military family, I made no secret of my view that the zealots' rationale for war made no sense. And I think I was outspoken enough to make those senior to me uncomfortable.

But I now regret that I did not more openly challenge those who were determined to invade a country whose actions were peripheral to the real threat--al-Qaeda.

I retired from the military four months before the invasion, in part because of my opposition to those who had used 9/11's tragedy to hijack our security policy. Until now, I have resisted speaking out in public. I've been silent long enough.
http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9...

General Eaton's Letter to President Bush on Veto
May 1, 2007 http://tinyurl.com/2umrln

Dear Mr. President,
Today, in your veto message regarding the bipartisan legislation just passed on Operation Iraqi Freedom, you asserted that you so decided because you listen to your commanders on the ground.
Respectfully, as your former commander on the ground, your administration did not listen to our best advice. In fact, a number of my fellow Generals were forced out of their jobs, because they did not tell you what you wanted to hear -- most notably General Eric Shinseki, whose foresight regarding troop levels was advice you rejected, at our troops' peril. http://securingamerica.com/ccn/node/11973

America's Angriest General John Batiste
http://tinyurl.com/2jjohc May 10, 2007

Retired two-star Army Gen. John Batiste is lashing out at the Bush war in Iraq in ads targeting key Republicans up for re-election in 2008. His offensive may change the rules regarding civilian-military relations.

"Mr. President, you did not listen," he says. "You continue to pursue a failed strategy that is breaking our Army and Marine Corps."
The ad is scheduled to air from May 10 to 18, targeting Republican Sens. Susan Collins (Maine), John Sununu (New Hampshire), John Warner (Virginia) and Norm Coleman (Minnesota), and 10 GOP House members, including Mary Bono, Phil English, Randy Kuhl, Jim Walsh and Heather Wilson.
http://blythe-systems.com/pipermail/nytr/Week...
WhiteCollarCrime

Sayville, NY

#150757 Apr 14, 2013
General Zinni They Screwed Up
http://tinyurl.com/yr2bq May 21, 2004

(CBS) Retired General Anthony Zinni is one of the most respected and outspoken military leaders of the past two decades.

From 1997 to 2000, he was commander-in-chief of the United States Central Command, in charge of all American troops in the Middle East. That was the same job held by Gen. Norman Schwarzkopf before him, and Gen. Tommy Franks after.

But Zinni broke ranks with the administration over the war in Iraq, and now, in his harshest criticism yet, he says senior officials at the Pentagon are guilty of dereliction of duty -- and that the time has come for heads to roll.
http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2004/05/21/60m...

General Anthony Zinni, USMC,(Ret.) Remarks at CDI Board of Directors Dinner, May 12, 2004 http://tinyurl.com/8ldmo

I think the first mistake that was made was misjudging the success of containment. I heard the president say, not too long ago, I believe it was with the interview with Tim Russert that ... I'm not sure ... but at some point I heard him say that "containment did not work." That's not true.

So to say containment didn't work, I think is not only wrong from the experiences we had then, but the proof is in the pudding, in what kind of military our troops faced when we went in there.

The third mistake, I think was one we repeated from Vietnam, we had to create a false rationale for going in to get public support. The books were cooked, in my mind. The intelligence was not there. I testified before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee one month before the war, and Senator Lugar asked me: "General Zinni, do you feel the threat from Saddam Hussein is imminent?" I said: "No, not at all. It was not an imminent threat. Not even close. Not grave, gathering, imminent, serious, severe, mildly upsetting, none of those."
http://www.cdi.org/program/document.cfm...

THE VIEW FROM CENTCOM....So what do former CENTCOM commanders think about the neocons and their war planning? Let's listen in:
http://tinyurl.com/2rh9c

General Joseph Hoar, 1991-1994: "Paul Wolfowitz is a very bright guy, but he doesn't know anything about war-fighting, and I suspect he knows less about counterinsurgency operations....I think that the neo-conservatives had their day, by selling to the President the need for invasion of Iraq. I think it's now time for a clean sweep—and it has been for some time, in my judgment—to get rid of these people."

General Anthony Zinni, 1997-2000: He believes the neocons, including Deputy Defense Secretary Paul Wolfowitz and Douglas Feith, the undersecretary of defense, have hijacked U.S. foreign policy: "In the lead-up to the Iraq war and its later conduct, I saw, at minimum, true dereliction, negligence and irresponsibility; at worst, lying, incompetence and corruption."

General Tommy Franks, 2000-2003: Doug Feith is "the fucking stupidest guy on the face of the earth."
General Binford Peay III, CENTCOM commander from 1994-1997, seems to have maintained a studious silence about the conduct of the war, perhaps understandable since he's now the chairman of the board of a defense contractor that, among other things, provides ammunition for the Army's Stryker brigades.

Still, that's a pretty remarkable record, isn't it? Three of the past four CENTCOM commanders, the guys who probably understand the military requirements of a war in the Middle East better than any other humans on the planet, think the people who planned this war are completely incompetent. Quite an accomplishment.
http://www.washingtonmonthly.com/archives/ind...
WhiteCollarCrime

Sayville, NY

#150758 Apr 14, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>
What I think is funny is that idiots like WhiteCollarCrime denounced Gen. Patraeus and then champion him. Make up your f-ing mind.
MoveOn.org 's Sedition Acts: General Petraeus
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =hwmH8z2iO5wXX
Oh, what happened when Gen. Petraeus became Pres. Obama CofS? They told Move On to stop calling him Gen. Betray Us!!! It was okay when he worked fro Bush but when he started to work for Obama, why he was a HERO!!!
General Petraeus is a perfumed General just like Meyers and Pace in the Bush administration.

That is why President Cheney, Vice President Rummy and the Dummy Bush picked perfumed Generals to lead the Pentagon.( NON - COMBAT )!

General Peter Pace
http://www.dodig.mil/iginformation/archives/p...
http://www.jcs.mil/bio_pace.html

General Richard B. Myers
http://www.af.mil/information/bios/bio.asp...
http://www.jcs.mil/bio_myers.html
WhiteCollarCrime

Sayville, NY

#150760 Apr 14, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
I know why you Libtards hate Bush. He can strut across a carrier deck while Obama struts across a golf course!
The Night of the Generals
April 2007 / http://tinyurl.com/yllqfpr
The six retired generals who stepped forward last spring to publicly attack Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld's handling of the Iraq war had to overcome a culture of reticence based on civilian control of the military. But while each man acted separately, all shared one experience: a growing outrage over the administration's incompetence, leading some of the nation's finest soldiers to risk their reputations and cross a time-honored line.

Lieutenant General Greg Newbold, former director of operations on the Joint Chiefs of Staff; retired from the Marines with three stars in 2002.

Major General Paul Eaton, West Point graduate; oversaw the creation of the new Iraqi Army until 2004. Retired with two stars in 2006

Major General John Batiste, former commander of the First Infantry Division; retired with two stars in November 2005.

Major General John Riggs, Vietnam veteran; headed army's Objective Force Task Force. Retired in April 2004 after losing one of his three stars

Major General Charles Swannack Jr., West Point graduate; commanded the 82nd Airborne in Iraq until 2004, making 153 jumps himself. Retired with two stars in 2004.

Lieutenant General Paul Van Riper, Vietnam veteran; retired as a Marine three-star in 1997. Served as a consultant to Rumsfeld's Pentagon
http://www.vanityfair.com/politics/features/2...
WhiteCollarCrime

Sayville, NY

#150761 Apr 14, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
I know why you Libtards hate Bush. He can strut across a carrier deck while Obama struts across a golf course!
When asked why he served less than the six-year commitment, Bush responded,“I was going to Harvard Business School and worked it out with the military.”

MILITARY 101:

The military releases individuals for the convenience of the military, NOT FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE INDIVIDUAL ( e.g., so someone could attend business school).

Because the 111th FIS had a need for pilots at the time Bush was discharged, and because his early release could not have been for his own convenience, there must have been a reason the military could no longer use the services of Dumbya Bush.

----------
Listen to ignorant Bush in his own words:

On “Meet the Press,” Bush said,“I put in my time, proudly so.” When pressed by Russert on why news reporters who previously investigated the charge could find no records of his Alabama service, Bush said,“They’re just wrong. There may be no evidence, but I did report; otherwise, I wouldn’t have been honorably discharged.

----------

Bush said,“They’re just wrong. There may be no evidence, but I did report; otherwise, I wouldn’t have been honorably discharged.

----------
There may be no evidence,
----------
There may be no evidence,
----------
There may be no evidence,
----------
There may be no evidence,
----------
There may be no evidence,
----------

BUT ALL AMERICANS SHOULD JUST TRUST BUSH BECAUSE HE IS TELLING THE TRUTH ???
----------

=========

Bush defends service record in NBC interview /
President also backs Tenet, war against Iraq
http://tinyurl.com/2zyjug Feb. 9, 2004

President Bush defended his service in the National Guard during an interview aired Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press” and offered to produce evidence to counter allegations raised by political opponents that he was AWOL for a time in 1972.

On “Meet the Press,” Bush said,“I put in my time, proudly so.” When pressed by Russert on why news reporters who previously investigated the charge could find no records of his Alabama service, Bush said,“They’re just wrong. There may be no evidence, but I did report; otherwise, I wouldn’t have been honorably discharged.

In other words, you don’t just say ‘I did something’ without there being verification. Military doesn’t work that way. I got an honorable discharge, and I did show up in Alabama.” http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/4209283/

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#150762 Apr 14, 2013
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
Good one. Why was Bush not present at the GOP convention in August 2012? Why can Bush not travel to Europe? Is this not a precedent, that a former president cannot travel to Europe? Even Rogue and Loose cannot deny that the so-called criminal Bill Clinton can travel anywhere he wants. Why, ALL ex-presidents can and could travel all over all they wiuh or wished. Oh, except GWB.
Bill can travel to socialistic countries because he is a socialist. Bush does not want to because of the political stir it would cause. Tell us what would happen "if" one of those socialistic countries did arrest him? It would dome the Democrats in the next election!!!

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#150763 Apr 14, 2013
Yep, two years after Bush left office, the socialist want to kill Bush. But Obama is still running GITMO. Why not charge him? They probably won't as Obama built them a soccer field!

George Bush calls off trip to Switzerland
Plan cancelled amid fear of violence at demonstration by human rights groups over the treatment of detainees at Guantánamo Bay

Ewen MacAskill Washington and Afua Hirsch
The Guardian, Sunday 6 February 2011

George W Bush has had to call off a trip to Switzerland next weekend amid planned protests by human rights groups over the treatment of detainees at Guantánamo Bay and the threat of a warrant for his arrest.

David Sherzer, a spokesman for the former US president, confirmed the move in an email to the Associated Press. "We regret that the speech has been cancelled," he said. "President Bush was looking forward to speaking about freedom and offering reflections from his time in office."
http://www.guardian.co.uk/law/2011/feb/06/geo...

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#150764 Apr 14, 2013
Yep, the Looney-Tooney-Lefties are foaming at the mouth just thinking about arresting Bush. Naw, no hatred there.
Tell us Jacques, why has Obama not arrested Bush so far? Or the evil Dick Cheney?
Oh, please note this was published on the looney-left Washington Post.

Bush not at risk of arrest in Europe, experts say
By Jeff Stein, 02/ 8/2011

European law enforcement officials and other experts say the chances of George W. Bush being arrested on war crimes charges in Switzerland--or anyplace else on the continent--are almost nil.

Headlines and assertions by human rights groups that the former president risked a “possible arrest warrant” if he traveled to Geneva to give a speech this weekend were overblown, those with direct experience in such matters said.

But Amnesty International insisted that “Anywhere in the world that he travels, President Bush could face investigation and potential prosecution for his responsibility for torture and other crimes in international law, particularly in any of the 147 countries that are party to the U.N. convention against torture."

"From a legal point of view, I believe it could be possible,” said Dick Marty, a Swiss prosecutor who led Council of Europe’s investigation into alleged illegal CIA secret prisons.“But I'm convinced that the political reality is that there are no chances for such a step."

Likewise, Armando Spataro, the Milan prosecutor who won kidnapping convictions against CIA agents involved in the 2003 rendition of an al Qaeda suspect, said an indictment of Bush was possible only “in theory.”
http://voices.washingtonpost.com/spy-talk/201...
American Lady

Danville, KY

#150765 Apr 14, 2013
WhiteCollarCrime wrote:
<quoted text>
I agree AL.
=========
General Speaks Out on Iraq
http://tinyurl.com/29d7r8
Mr. President, you did not listen, General Batiste says in new television advertisements being broadcast in Republican Congressional districts as part of a $500,000 campaign financed by http://www.votevets.org You continue to pursue a failed strategy that is breaking our great Army and Marine Corps. I left the Army in protest in order to speak out. Mr. President, you have placed our nation in peril. Our only hope is that Congress will act now to protect our fighting men and women.
http://www.nytimes.com/2007/05/13/us/13genera...
Why Iraq Was a Mistake
By Lt. General GREGORY NEWBOLD, Retired
http://tinyurl.com/p4j93 Apr. 09, 2006
From 2000 until October 2002, I was a Marine Corps lieutenant general and director of operations for the Joint Chiefs of Staff. After 9/11, I was a witness and therefore a party to the actions that led us to the invasion of Iraq--an unnecessary war.
Inside the military family, I made no secret of my view that the zealots' rationale for war made no sense. And I think I was outspoken enough to make those senior to me uncomfortable.
But I now regret that I did not more openly challenge those who were determined to invade a country whose actions were peripheral to the real threat--al-Qaeda.
I retired from the military four months before the invasion, in part because of my opposition to those who had used 9/11's tragedy to hijack our security policy. Until now, I have resisted speaking out in public. I've been silent long enough.
http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9...
General Eaton's Letter to President Bush on Veto
May 1, 2007 http://tinyurl.com/2umrln
HAD to cut some of yours for space.
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Tell the libTARDS that
VOTED
for the Iraq war
THAT ...
Not ME!

How the Democrats voted on Iraq in 2002

A bit of recent history since, until I was corrected by 2.5 cats in a comment below, I was under the incorrect impression that a “vast majority” of Democrats in Congress supported the 2002 Iraq war resolution.

Turns out it was only a substantial > majority < of Democratic Senators.

In the House, 215 Republicans voted Yes, 6 No and 2 Present; 81 Democrats voted Yes, 126 No (61% of the delegation) and 1 Present; the sole Independent voted No. The final vote was 296 Yes (69% of the House), 133 No, and 3 Present.

In the Senate, 28 Democrats voted Yes (56% of the delegation, including Senators Clinton, Kerry, Edwards, Biden, Bayh, and Daschle)

and 22 voted No; 49 Republicans voted Yes and one voted No (Lincoln Chafee of Rhode Island). Note that the Democrats controlled the Senate and could have postponed a vote on the Resolution until after the November election.

http://bluemassgroup.com/2007/01/how-the-demo...

Capiche?!?

BUSH has NOT been president SINCE January 20, 2009 ...
Quit BLAMING him ... for the 0's problems!

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#150766 Apr 14, 2013
WhiteCollarCrime wrote:
<quoted text>
The Night of the Generals
April 2007 / http://tinyurl.com/yllqfpr
The six retired generals who stepped forward last spring to publicly attack Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld's handling of the Iraq war had to overcome a culture of reticence based on civilian control of the military. But while each man acted separately, all shared one experience: a growing outrage over the administration's incompetence, leading some of the nation's finest soldiers to risk their reputations and cross a time-honored line.
Lieutenant General Greg Newbold, former director of operations on the Joint Chiefs of Staff; retired from the Marines with three stars in 2002.
Major General Paul Eaton, West Point graduate; oversaw the creation of the new Iraqi Army until 2004. Retired with two stars in 2006
Major General John Batiste, former commander of the First Infantry Division; retired with two stars in November 2005.
Major General John Riggs, Vietnam veteran; headed army's Objective Force Task Force. Retired in April 2004 after losing one of his three stars
Major General Charles Swannack Jr., West Point graduate; commanded the 82nd Airborne in Iraq until 2004, making 153 jumps himself. Retired with two stars in 2004.
Lieutenant General Paul Van Riper, Vietnam veteran; retired as a Marine three-star in 1997. Served as a consultant to Rumsfeld's Pentagon
http://www.vanityfair.com/politics/features/2...
You do know that ALL generals are presidential appointments, don't you. And their appointment must be confirmed by the Senate. Because of that, Liberal president tend to appoint Liberal generals and Conservatives tend to promote Conservative generals.
Now I have never met a looney left or right general but did you notice that two of those generals were demoted prior to being retired?!? And all were retired under Bush in his first few years in office.
Oh, my cousin who is a retired colonel and a graduate of the Army War College, Class of 1994, was offered his star but was told he would have to do two years in the Pentagon and he thought it was just too damn close Pres. Clinton so he turned them down.

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#150767 Apr 14, 2013
WhiteCollarCrime wrote:
<quoted text>
When asked why he served less than the six-year commitment, Bush responded,“I was going to Harvard Business School and worked it out with the military.”
MILITARY 101:
The military releases individuals for the convenience of the military, NOT FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE INDIVIDUAL ( e.g., so someone could attend business school).
Because the 111th FIS had a need for pilots at the time Bush was discharged, and because his early release could not have been for his own convenience, there must have been a reason the military could no longer use the services of Dumbya Bush.
----------
Listen to ignorant Bush in his own words:
On “Meet the Press,” Bush said,“I put in my time, proudly so.” When pressed by Russert on why news reporters who previously investigated the charge could find no records of his Alabama service, Bush said,“They’re just wrong. There may be no evidence, but I did report; otherwise, I wouldn’t have been honorably discharged.
----------
Bush said,“They’re just wrong. There may be no evidence, but I did report; otherwise, I wouldn’t have been honorably discharged.
----------
There may be no evidence,
----------
There may be no evidence,
----------
There may be no evidence,
----------
There may be no evidence,
----------
There may be no evidence,
----------
BUT ALL AMERICANS SHOULD JUST TRUST BUSH BECAUSE HE IS TELLING THE TRUTH ???
----------
=========
Bush defends service record in NBC interview /
President also backs Tenet, war against Iraq
http://tinyurl.com/2zyjug Feb. 9, 2004
President Bush defended his service in the National Guard during an interview aired Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press” and offered to produce evidence to counter allegations raised by political opponents that he was AWOL for a time in 1972.
On “Meet the Press,” Bush said,“I put in my time, proudly so.” When pressed by Russert on why news reporters who previously investigated the charge could find no records of his Alabama service, Bush said,“They’re just wrong. There may be no evidence, but I did report; otherwise, I wouldn’t have been honorably discharged.
In other words, you don’t just say ‘I did something’ without there being verification. Military doesn’t work that way. I got an honorable discharge, and I did show up in Alabama.” http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/4209283/
Boy you are not only clueless, but also stupid! Do you know what an F-102 is? Do you know what weapons they carried? Did you know his wing was rotating crews in and out of SEA? Do you know when Bush became combat ready? Do you know when his wings planes stopped being rotated in and out of SEA?
Ya know, if the only place you get your information from are George Soros approved sites, you will be miss educated!!!

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#150768 Apr 14, 2013
The planes G.W. flew where F-102's and their weapons consisted of four Phoenix missiles and one Genie rocket and the Genie was a baby NUCLEAR weapon!
G.W. finished training in June 1970 but his unit stopped rotating aircraft and crews out of Ubon Thailand and all returned home before Christmas 1970. As G.W. services were not needed in SEA (Southeast Asia), he did not go!!!
Next, four years later his unit was converting from F-102's to F-101's and by that time Bush realized he did not want to stay in after his six year commitment and he informed his commander. Instead of spending $60,000+ to re-qualify him in the F-101 they decided his services were no longer needed and he was honorably discharged.
During the early 1970's the Army too had a RIF (Reduction in Force) and reduced it's numbers of pilots. Yes, you could volunteer but you would not get your RIF payoff of $15,000. Still, many were forced to leave. This happens at the end of every war.
I was at Fort Rucker as an instructor pilot and in 1973 I was a junior CW2 and I was in an office with 14 Warrant Officers and four captains. At the end of 1973 we were down to ten WO and one captain, the rest had been RIFfed!
Over the next five years promotions were very slow and the pickup rates were minimum. That is just the way it goes after EVERY war!!!

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#150769 Apr 14, 2013
One of the captains was a Ted Cason who had married a girl whose parents were very well off. When he made it past the first few RIF's he volunteered to be RIFfed and the following week he got his letter involuntary RIF but since he had already requested it, he did not get his RIF pay.
Anyway, his wife parents owned a large farm on the east side on Montgomery, AL and they were not only putting a major bypass through it but also an interchange.$$$$, and his father-in-law built a strip mall there and Ted became the manager!!!
I dropped by a few times in the late 1970's and Ted was doing get. You could usually find him in his office drinking coffee and with his feet on his desk!
At least Ted was a genuine nice guy so I was happy for him. Oh, the captain who was retained, why he retired as a colonel.

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#150772 Apr 14, 2013
Oh Damn, now Florida will be invaded by the French!

Florida battles slimy invasion by giant snails
By Barbara Liston | Reuters –

By Barbara Liston
ORLANDO, Florida (Reuters)- South Florida is fighting a growing infestation of one of the world's most destructive invasive species: the giant African land snail, which can grow as big as a rat and gnaw through stucco and plaster.
More than 1,000 of the mollusks are being caught each week in Miami-Dade and 117,000 in total since the first snail was spotted by a homeowner in September 2011, said Denise Feiber, a spokeswoman for the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.
Residents will soon likely begin encountering them more often, crunching them underfoot as the snails emerge from underground hibernation at the start of the state's rainy season in just seven weeks, Feiber said.
http://news.yahoo.com/florida-battles-slimy-i...
American Lady

Danville, KY

#150773 Apr 14, 2013
Harry Hay is the founder of gay liberation.
In 1950, he started the
underground
Mattachine Society.

It took its name from a dance, les Mattachines, that groups of unmarried men performed in France during the Renaissance.

In 1953, the group's new leaders attacked Hay and the other founders of Mattachine, all of whom had ties to the Communist Party.

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Mattachine Society
Begun in 1950, the Mattachine Society was an early homosexual rights advocacy organization. It became the subject of an FBI internal security investigation between 1953 and 1956.

http://vault.fbi.gov/mattachine-society

A "sick" bunch!
Destroying the MORAL FABRIC

of

The United States of America ...!!!

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NOW ...
we have one for pResident!

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