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Droopyballs

Gardner, MA

#125 Sep 3, 2013
your Kidding wrote:
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Sorry same IP Address I got the right one ... Trying to hide now,.. I see
So What here is my opinion
This is news at the home front People should be aware of this pervert
Droopyballs and American feels its ok for a adult to have sex with a under age children
http://www.topix.com/forum/city/fitchburg-ma/ ...
Wrong, nice bluff, you got the wrong Droopy. By the way you can only get an IP address by getting a reply from the person's email.

And now I know why they say people in Fitchburg are stupid.

Since: Nov 09

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#126 Sep 3, 2013
Iran will be after Syria because Iran is the next target. However, Obama is a puppet to multinational corporate interest. This is not some weird theory, one just has to see the laws and who benefits from the said laws. All of these wars we are in are about resources and money. Controlling a nations resources for the multinational corporations.

When looking at all of the conflicts from Afghanistan (where JP Morgan execs are flying with the Army in Blackhawk helicopters looking for gold and gem mines), to Iraq (where Saddam Hussein started accepting Euros instead of dollars in 2001), to Libya (where Ghaddafi change the sale of all African goods from the US Dollar to a Gold Dinar), all these conflicts stem from the same issue: Resources and money.

Check out, Confessions of an Economic Hitman.
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Gardner, MA

#127 Sep 4, 2013
LoLbama wrote:
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They have no proof that the Assad regime used chemical weapons at all, they continually come up with these statements that have no backing to them, and when asked to provide proof they do not.
Obama, McCain, Kerry and all other politicians that are backing this BS war...should be removed from their positions effective immediately. They are willing to Bypass UN approval once again, they are willing to bomb Assad without any solid proof that they were the ones that used chemical weapons....these are not the actions of a JUST government by any means.
Is it not also amazing how the US was able to get evidence about the use of chemical weapons before the UN was? No one even knows how they did that....telling you there is something up with this whole Syria ordeal that will come to fruition soon enough.
A) The US Government has more data on you than anyone else including you and the UN

B) "Obama, McCain, Kerry and all other politicians that are backing this BS war...should be removed from their positions effective immediately. They are willing to Bypass UN approval once again, they are willing to bomb Assad without any solid proof that they were the ones that used chemical weapons....these are not the actions of a JUST government by any means."

None of this has actually happened. You think Foreign policy is crayons and paint by numbers, the reality is, there is lots of posturing, negotiations, bluffing and a whole lot of interconnected sects.
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Gardner, MA

#128 Sep 4, 2013
Sonny wrote:
I'm all for it. Now that I can see what President Obama is dealing with I've come to realize I've been a real asshole all these years and would like to apologize to President Bush and all those supporting him and his decision to hold Saddam Hussein accountable for gassing all those Iraqi Kurds in northern Iraq. I wouldn't want to be known as hypocrite or anything like that, so again President Bush, I'm real sorry for trashing you all those years, please forgive me.
"and his decision to hold Saddam Hussein accountable for gassing all those Iraqi Kurds in northern Iraq."

And the above is the dumbest thing I've seen posted in years!!

"It was a little jarring to hear Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-Texas) insist that Saddam Hussein "had weapons of mass destruction," and may have moved the stockpiles "over into Syria." I immediately double-checked the date, and sure enough, the comments came yesterday.

To clarify, those making remarks like these in August 2003 were foolish. For anyone, least of all an elected member of Congress, to repeat such things out loud in August 2013 suggests Louie Gohmert may, in fact, be made of wood.

Alas, he's not alone.

Rep. Lee Terry (R-Neb.) said on Thursday that he is against military intervention in Syria, even though his "gut feeling" is that the Syrian government now possesses chemical weapons that came from fallen Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein.

Terry, who has served in the House since 1999, supported the U.S. invasion of Iraq in 2003. In an interview on Thursday with Omaha radio host Tom Becka, Terry said Syria was a completely different situation.

"The theory then and the evidence was that Iraq was an enemy of the United States and had direct plans in either support of al Qaeda and/or with other weapons that we found out weren't there -- which I still think they were moved to Syria," said Terry. "And it wouldn't surprise me if some of the chemical weapons that have been used by Syria actually came from Iraq."

The Nebraska Republican added, "[W]e all we know that Iraq had ... chemical and biological weapons and then they weren't there."

You've got to be kidding me.

It's painful to realize that there are still members of Congress who are confused about the basics, even now, a decade later.

But in case Reps. Terry and Gohmert see this, let's spell it out: Iraq's WMD stockpiles didn't exist. There's no reason to believe the weapons were moved to Syria since, once again, they didn't exist.

http://usatoday30.usatoday.com/news/world/ira...

http://www.nbcnews.com/id/6834079/#.UiDxHD-An...

All of it was dismantled years and years before we invaded and made some dozen or more reasons (excuses)(fixing facts around the policy) to invade there with ground troops and all!!
Droopyballs

Gardner, MA

#129 Sep 4, 2013
The politicians are stating the “world” will not tolerate these actions and will hold Syria accountable. The critics are smarter and want to know what world? Russia is out, China is out, Britain is out. Other countries are not commenting on the situation. France says they are with us but they will most likely just sit back and watch from the grandstands.

Americans and many other countries are sympathetic but this is not the time to worry about President Assad bragging about how he took on the strongest country and they did nothing.

With the billions of dollars that may have to be spent just on air strikes we could invest that money into our own economy. We could build better oil rigs to retrieve oil cheaper and thus lower gas prices. If we make our own country stronger then we would not even have to have a debate on whether to take military action down the road because we would have a strong economy to support it.

If the other peace keeping nations want us to take the lead they should be giving us foreign aid to pay for it. Why should we be giving them foreign aid?

The other countries state:“You know why we have money? Because we don’t give it away!”

Now I know why other countries think we are stupid Americans.
Yippee

Leominster, MA

#130 Sep 4, 2013
We can't win. It's the idiocy of our Government. We tell these countries 'Hey! We are coming to look for chemical weapons in a month or two.' Guess what, those weapons are already in another country. Talk about giving them a head start on moving all this stuff.

Then when we finaly do move in the U.N. Inspectors say 'There's nothing here.'. Well no shit idiots!
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Gardner, MA

#131 Sep 4, 2013
Droopyballs wrote:
The politicians are stating the “world” will not tolerate these actions and will hold Syria accountable. The critics are smarter and want to know what world? Russia is out, China is out, Britain is out. Other countries are not commenting on the situation. France says they are with us but they will most likely just sit back and watch from the grandstands.
Americans and many other countries are sympathetic but this is not the time to worry about President Assad bragging about how he took on the strongest country and they did nothing.
With the billions of dollars that may have to be spent just on air strikes we could invest that money into our own economy. We could build better oil rigs to retrieve oil cheaper and thus lower gas prices. If we make our own country stronger then we would not even have to have a debate on whether to take military action down the road because we would have a strong economy to support it.
If the other peace keeping nations want us to take the lead they should be giving us foreign aid to pay for it. Why should we be giving them foreign aid?
The other countries state:“You know why we have money? Because we don’t give it away!”
Now I know why other countries think we are stupid Americans.
Moving parts...

"Putin 'does not rule out' approving Syria strike with evidence Assad used poison gas"

http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/09/04/us-...

And BTW, the US doesn't have "oil rigs", Exxon Mobile does, BP does and if you think they have concern one for making "better" ones you need your head examined.
your Kidding

Gardner, MA

#132 Sep 4, 2013
Droopyballs wrote:
The politicians are stating the “world” will not tolerate these actions and will hold Syria accountable. The critics are smarter and want to know what world? Russia is out, China is out, Britain is out. Other countries are not commenting on the situation. France says they are with us but they will most likely just sit back and watch from the grandstands.
Americans and many other countries are sympathetic but this is not the time to worry about President Assad bragging about how he took on the strongest country and they did nothing.
With the billions of dollars that may have to be spent just on air strikes we could invest that money into our own economy. We could build better oil rigs to retrieve oil cheaper and thus lower gas prices. If we make our own country stronger then we would not even have to have a debate on whether to take military action down the road because we would have a strong economy to support it.
If the other peace keeping nations want us to take the lead they should be giving us foreign aid to pay for it. Why should we be giving them foreign aid?
The other countries state:“You know why we have money? Because we don’t give it away!”
Now I know why other countries think we are stupid Americans.
So What here is my opinion

This is news at the home front People should be aware of this pervert

Droopyballs and American feels its ok for a adult to have sex with a under age children
http://www.topix.com/forum/city/fitchburg-ma/ ...
your Kidding

Gardner, MA

#134 Sep 4, 2013
Being a lesbian I am very sensitive to anything sexual in nature that is taboo and not normal.
I will not allow any comments from Droopyballs or American.
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Gardner, MA

#135 Sep 4, 2013
Yippee wrote:
We can't win. It's the idiocy of our Government. We tell these countries 'Hey! We are coming to look for chemical weapons in a month or two.' Guess what, those weapons are already in another country. Talk about giving them a head start on moving all this stuff.
Then when we finaly do move in the U.N. Inspectors say 'There's nothing here.'. Well no shit idiots!
You just got that simplistic and wrong premise posted under Sonny dashed firmly, here you are making the same bogus comment under your other idiot moniker.

I know it's very hard for you to resist dribbling out these bogus comments but please try, restraint is your best friend now idiot poster boy.
Yippee

Leominster, MA

#136 Sep 4, 2013
How many wrote:
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You just got that simplistic and wrong premise posted under Sonny dashed firmly, here you are making the same bogus comment under your other idiot moniker.
I know it's very hard for you to resist dribbling out these bogus comments but please try, restraint is your best friend now idiot poster boy.
Yep I'm the idiot alright. By the time I finish reading your stupid posts Al-Queda has already moved the weapons from Syria to Pakistan.
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Gardner, MA

#137 Sep 4, 2013
Yippee wrote:
<quoted text>Yep I'm the idiot alright. By the time I finish reading your stupid posts Al-Queda has already moved the weapons from Syria to Pakistan.
Oops, I see, I used too big a word (restraint). How long a reading session did it take for you to get to that word you didn't understand?
Yippee

Leominster, MA

#138 Sep 4, 2013
How many wrote:
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Moving parts...
"Putin 'does not rule out' approving Syria strike with evidence Assad used poison gas"
http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/09/04/us-...
And BTW, the US doesn't have "oil rigs", Exxon Mobile does, BP does and if you think they have concern one for making "better" ones you need your head examined.
Now your making sense and BTW the US doesn't have 'automobiles', Ford, Chevrolet etc. Do!
Sonny

Fitchburg, MA

#139 Sep 4, 2013
How many wrote:
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"and his decision to hold Saddam Hussein accountable for gassing all those Iraqi Kurds in northern Iraq."
And the above is the dumbest thing I've seen posted in years!!
"It was a little jarring to hear Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-Texas) insist that Saddam Hussein "had weapons of mass destruction," and may have moved the stockpiles "over into Syria." I immediately double-checked the date, and sure enough, the comments came yesterday.
To clarify, those making remarks like these in August 2003 were foolish. For anyone, least of all an elected member of Congress, to repeat such things out loud in August 2013 suggests Louie Gohmert may, in fact, be made of wood.
Alas, he's not alone.
Rep. Lee Terry (R-Neb.) said on Thursday that he is against military intervention in Syria, even though his "gut feeling" is that the Syrian government now possesses chemical weapons that came from fallen Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein.
Terry, who has served in the House since 1999, supported the U.S. invasion of Iraq in 2003. In an interview on Thursday with Omaha radio host Tom Becka, Terry said Syria was a completely different situation.
"The theory then and the evidence was that Iraq was an enemy of the United States and had direct plans in either support of al Qaeda and/or with other weapons that we found out weren't there -- which I still think they were moved to Syria," said Terry. "And it wouldn't surprise me if some of the chemical weapons that have been used by Syria actually came from Iraq."
The Nebraska Republican added, "[W]e all we know that Iraq had ... chemical and biological weapons and then they weren't there."
You've got to be kidding me.
It's painful to realize that there are still members of Congress who are confused about the basics, even now, a decade later.
But in case Reps. Terry and Gohmert see this, let's spell it out: Iraq's WMD stockpiles didn't exist. There's no reason to believe the weapons were moved to Syria since, once again, they didn't exist.
http://usatoday30.usatoday.com/news/world/ira...
http://www.nbcnews.com/id/6834079/#.UiDxHD-An...
All of it was dismantled years and years before we invaded and made some dozen or more reasons (excuses)(fixing facts around the policy) to invade there with ground troops and all!!
Sorry, but whether they were moved or not is irrelevant. Saddam Hussein used WMD's against the Northern Kurds killing thousands upon thousands of mostly women and children and he remained a serious threat up until President Bush took him out in the Iraq war. Even President Clinton bombed Iraq for his use of WMD's after signing the "Iraq Liberation Act" which called for the removal of Saddam Hussein. It's an undisputable fact that both Democrats and Republicans understood that and now that President Obama is facing this same kind of tyrant using chemical weapons (WMD's)against innocent people, I cannot be a hypocrite, that is why I apologized to President Bush.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Al-Anfal_Campaht...
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Gardner, MA

#140 Sep 4, 2013
Sonny wrote:
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Sorry, but whether they were moved or not is irrelevant. Saddam Hussein used WMD's against the Northern Kurds killing thousands upon thousands of mostly women and children and he remained a serious threat up until President Bush took him out in the Iraq war. Even President Clinton bombed Iraq for his use of WMD's after signing the "Iraq Liberation Act" which called for the removal of Saddam Hussein. It's an undisputable fact that both Democrats and Republicans understood that and now that President Obama is facing this same kind of tyrant using chemical weapons (WMD's)against innocent people, I cannot be a hypocrite, that is why I apologized to President Bush.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Al-Anfal_Campaht...
Keep digging dumbass.
Sonny

Fitchburg, MA

#141 Sep 4, 2013
How many wrote:
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Keep digging dumbass.
I'm sorry, here it is again. I must have typed the address wrong. If it happens again just google, Al-Anfal Campaign. It's all right there for you to see. You might be confusing it with the Halabja chemical attack that took place at the end of the Iran Iraq war. Sorry if I confused you.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Al-Anfal_Campaig...

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