“Selected Marksman”

Since: Aug 08

Northern Virginia

#182 Sep 9, 2013
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text>The main point in my reply to you was....them they are PROFESSIONALS.....right?
Yep...professional money grabbers...they are certainly not professional military veterans...
Ron

Oxford, MI

#183 Sep 9, 2013
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text>I appreciate your view on what might have happened, and i agree McCain is an extreme hawk.....but as i have told many...I'm not into...what ifs?....I just don't see American's sticking with the "do nothing" attitude forever...We've just never wanted to be those people....When you think about, would we have done something about the Holocaust or the Khymer Rouge and Pol Pot....if we knew immediately that it was occuring?.....I would like to think we would....but, who knows anymore.....Wonder how you'd look your friends in the eye, going to Church, if do nothing was your answer?
What ifs! That's funny! Lol! You know it's true but that's ok
Really

Wyoming, MI

#184 Sep 9, 2013
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text>The main point in my reply to you was....them they are PROFESSIONALS.....right?
Professional what Blue? Liars? BSers? Politicians? As Wiggley said, we have the best government money can buy and unlike so many progressives and those on the left think, it is NOT just the Republicans/conservatives that are in the pockets. ALL the politicians are in the pockets. And IF it is so all fired important, why did John Kerry say we were only going to do something for 3 days???? It's all BS to play politics. And stop throwing the "church" thing as people. That's as bogus as the rest of the crap.

Since: Mar 09

Grandville, MI

#185 Sep 9, 2013
Bob wrote:
Would this be the time to consider what the attitudes would be if John McCain was now into his second term?
I'm pretty sure that I'd still be against all of these Middle East wars.
How about all of you former chicken-hawks that thought the Iraq war was not only a great idea, but that we shouldn't have left?
Hillary Clinton, and John Kerry?
Don't forget, they VOTED in favor of going in to Iraq.
Phil

Oxford, MI

#186 Sep 9, 2013
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text>I appreciate your view on what might have happened, and i agree McCain is an extreme hawk.....but as i have told many...I'm not into...what ifs?....I just don't see American's sticking with the "do nothing" attitude forever...We've just never wanted to be those people....When you think about, would we have done something about the Holocaust or the Khymer Rouge and Pol Pot....if we knew immediately that it was occuring?.....I would like to think we would....but, who knows anymore.....Wonder how you'd look your friends in the eye, going to Church, if do nothing was your answer?
Your not into what ifs and in the same message you have a what if. Ok what if boy. Why do you want to send missiles to Syria? To deter them from using chemical weapons again? Does that count as another what if?

Since: Oct 12

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#187 Sep 9, 2013
Ron wrote:
<quoted text>
Sounds like Obama is starting to turn toward do nothing. You must not have gotten the up date
It's not impossible, at least to understand both sides on this, especially as to how we got screwed over so bad, on IRAQ.....people are gunshy.....

Since: Oct 12

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#188 Sep 9, 2013
Really wrote:
<quoted text>Professional what Blue? Liars? BSers? Politicians? As Wiggley said, we have the best government money can buy and unlike so many progressives and those on the left think, it is NOT just the Republicans/conservatives that are in the pockets. ALL the politicians are in the pockets. And IF it is so all fired important, why did John Kerry say we were only going to do something for 3 days???? It's all BS to play politics. And stop throwing the "church" thing as people. That's as bogus as the rest of the crap.
The Pentagon, Senate Foreign Relations Commitee, National Security Council, Defense Department, Central Intelligence Agency.......President.....don 't argue, just for the sake of it.....
Really

Wyoming, MI

#189 Sep 10, 2013
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text>The Pentagon, Senate Foreign Relations Commitee, National Security Council, Defense Department, Central Intelligence Agency.......President.....don 't argue, just for the sake of it.....
Pentagon, Defense Department, CIA (maybe), yes, I agree. The NSC and President? Questionable IMO. They seem more like unruly teenagers out of their element who are much busier blaming everyone else for what is going wrong than leading the country. And FYI, you just listed the same group that gave us the intel in Iraq. They were amateurs and clowns and liars then and professionals now? Okay.
Phil

United States

#190 Sep 10, 2013
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text>It's not impossible, at least to understand both sides on this, especially as to how we got screwed over so bad, on IRAQ.....people are gunshy.....
Oh so you agree that if Obama would of done something two years ago this most likely would not of got to this level
Bob

Big Rapids, MI

#191 Sep 10, 2013
Gville Jim wrote:
<quoted text>Hillary Clinton, and John Kerry?
Don't forget, they VOTED in favor of going in to Iraq.
Yeah, that was the whole point of my post.

Nobody wants to know what caused a bunch of clueless patriots such as yourself doing a complete turn around on Herr Bush's drive to spread democracy across the entire Middle East. I think it's obvious that you were cheering when your hero abandoned his search for Osama Bin Laden in favor of stirring up a hornet's nest in Iraq.

Thank you for not taking the chance to express your own personal views on why you've all of a sudden turned into a complete whimpering peacenik today!

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#192 Sep 10, 2013
Really wrote:
<quoted text>Pentagon, Defense Department, CIA (maybe), yes, I agree. The NSC and President? Questionable IMO. They seem more like unruly teenagers out of their element who are much busier blaming everyone else for what is going wrong than leading the country. And FYI, you just listed the same group that gave us the intel in Iraq. They were amateurs and clowns and liars then and professionals now? Okay.
I'm glad we can agree that a real problem in this country is an,..."element who are much busier blaming everyone else for what is wrong"....
Phil

United States

#193 Sep 10, 2013
Bob wrote:
<quoted text>Yeah, that was the whole point of my post.

Nobody wants to know what caused a bunch of clueless patriots such as yourself doing a complete turn around on Herr Bush's drive to spread democracy across the entire Middle East. I think it's obvious that you were cheering when your hero abandoned his search for Osama Bin Laden in favor of stirring up a hornet's nest in Iraq.

Thank you for not taking the chance to express your own personal views on why you've all of a sudden turned into a complete whimpering peacenik today!
Your just a damn war mongering hypocrite. Your trying to accuse others of what you do.
Batch 37 Pain Is Good

Southfield, MI

#194 Sep 10, 2013
Bob wrote:
<quoted text>
Wrong.
This question was brought up earlier on several other forums. If you were one of those backers of Herr Bush's invasion of Iraq because of Saddam's ownership of WMDs, then why don't you back the strike against Assad's weapons this time?
Not that it may matter. After Kerry's comment on Assad turning over those WMDs to international control so they can be destroyed, even Russia is seeing a light at the end of the tunnel.
You have a limited world of understanding of why we took Iraq..... WMD was not the primary geopolitical reason...... You should get your money back from CMU.....

Since: Mar 09

Grandville, MI

#195 Sep 10, 2013
Bob wrote:
<quoted text>
Yeah, that was the whole point of my post.
Nobody wants to know what caused a bunch of clueless patriots such as yourself doing a complete turn around on Herr Bush's drive to spread democracy across the entire Middle East. I think it's obvious that you were cheering when your hero abandoned his search for Osama Bin Laden in favor of stirring up a hornet's nest in Iraq.
Thank you for not taking the chance to express your own personal views on why you've all of a sudden turned into a complete whimpering peacenik today!
WOW!.....drunk at 10:00 AM Bob?
I don't know if you know it,..but I'm not in the Senate, and I didn't vote on going into Iraq.
Buy the way, did you know that since we left Iraq, Russia, China, and Iran are funneling weapons through Iraq to get to Syria?
You should talk your mom in to getting cable TV in the basement.
That way, maybe you'd be able to keep up, and not just post more drunken nonsense.
Good luck on the job search!
Bob

Big Rapids, MI

#196 Sep 11, 2013
Gville Jim wrote:
<quoted text>WOW!.....drunk at 10:00 AM Bob?
I don't know if you know it,..but I'm not in the Senate, and I didn't vote on going into Iraq.
Buy the way, did you know that since we left Iraq, Russia, China, and Iran are funneling weapons through Iraq to get to Syria?
You should talk your mom in to getting cable TV in the basement.
That way, maybe you'd be able to keep up, and not just post more drunken nonsense.
Good luck on the job search!
I'm positive that you are neither a member of the House or the Senate, but even a totally clueless bagger should have the ability to think for themselves....... Or is that a disqualification?

By (and not BUY) the way, did you know that everybody knows that Herr Bush's destruction of Saddam's regime led that country into not only chaos, but into the orbit of Iran. Think Sunni -vs- Shiite or have Edna to draw you a picture. Your hero's efforts led to greater instability in the region, and didn't come anywhere close to creating the democracy his foggy thinking was hoping for.

And try to remember that it's 9/11 today...... History will show that the worst attack this country has ever experienced happened on this day and the President did little to nothing to make the person responsible for it answer for it.

If we could only figure out if to you patriots that means the WTC/Pentagon attacks or BENGHAZI..... I'm guessing the latter!
Really

Wyoming, MI

#197 Sep 11, 2013
Bob wrote:
<quoted text>
I'm positive that you are neither a member of the House or the Senate, but even a totally clueless bagger should have the ability to think for themselves....... Or is that a disqualification?
By (and not BUY) the way, did you know that everybody knows that Herr Bush's destruction of Saddam's regime led that country into not only chaos, but into the orbit of Iran. Think Sunni -vs- Shiite or have Edna to draw you a picture. Your hero's efforts led to greater instability in the region, and didn't come anywhere close to creating the democracy his foggy thinking was hoping for.
And try to remember that it's 9/11 today...... History will show that the worst attack this country has ever experienced happened on this day and the President did little to nothing to make the person responsible for it answer for it.
If we could only figure out if to you patriots that means the WTC/Pentagon attacks or BENGHAZI..... I'm guessing the latter!
Your revisionist history proves how foolish you actually are Bob. What a clown you are. Too bad your sense of tragedy is flawed by your hatred of this country.

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#198 Sep 11, 2013
Hope everything is locked tight, overseas at all our embassys....This is a day, all the dissidents and terrorists love.....Did anyone see, where many of the artifacts were damaged by Hurricane Sandy?
Bob

Big Rapids, MI

#199 Sep 11, 2013
Really wrote:
<quoted text>Your revisionist history proves how foolish you actually are Bob. What a clown you are. Too bad your sense of tragedy is flawed by your hatred of this country.
Let's hope that the HHS Secretary requires all insurers to cover treatment for Michelle Bachmann Syndrome so that you may finally be cured!
Bob

Big Rapids, MI

#200 Sep 11, 2013
Go Blue Forever wrote:
Hope everything is locked tight, overseas at all our embassys....This is a day, all the dissidents and terrorists love.....Did anyone see, where many of the artifacts were damaged by Hurricane Sandy?
Seeing as how a recent survey showed that over 50% of Republicans in New Orleans think that it is Obamas fault that their city was devastated by Katrina, there is little doubt that this is going to be his fault too!

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#201 Sep 11, 2013
Bob wrote:
<quoted text>
Seeing as how a recent survey showed that over 50% of Republicans in New Orleans think that it is Obamas fault that their city was devastated by Katrina, there is little doubt that this is going to be his fault too!
"Why, Brownie...you're doing a helluva job there...".....

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