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#43
Aug 29, 2013
 
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I do. It sends the message that a woman's only value is in what she can do with her body to please a man sexually and that they are objects to be used solely for that purpose.
Miley Cyrus is nothing more than a well paid prostitute, imo.
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The British Parliament today, voted down any chance of them assisting U.S. in military action againest Syria......citing their reluctance after being lied to about the depth of involvement in troops, costs and duration in the Iraq War....The Bush Legacy continues.....

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Aug 29, 2013
 
Go Blue Forever wrote:
The British Parliament today, voted down any chance of them assisting U.S. in military action againest Syria......citing their reluctance after being lied to about the depth of involvement in troops, costs and duration in the Iraq War....The Bush Legacy continues.....
I also vote to not get involved in another war that will only stroke the egos of politicians and war mongers who want to play with their toys of death. We can not let one more American soldier day needlessly.
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Aug 29, 2013
 
Go Blue Forever wrote:
The British Parliament today, voted down any chance of them assisting U.S. in military action againest Syria......citing their reluctance after being lied to about the depth of involvement in troops, costs and duration in the Iraq War....The Bush Legacy continues.....
And the fact that the current administration cannot make up it's mind what it actually wants to do. Two administrations that apparently messed up royally.
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Aug 29, 2013
 
Go Blue Forever wrote:
The British Parliament today, voted down any chance of them assisting U.S. in military action againest Syria......citing their reluctance after being lied to about the depth of involvement in troops, costs and duration in the Iraq War....The Bush Legacy continues.....
Odd, I just read 3 different articles on the vote in Britain today and not one of them mentioned the Bush administation. things that make me go "hmmmmm"
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Aug 29, 2013
 
Go Blue Forever wrote:
The British Parliament today, voted down any chance of them assisting U.S. in military action againest Syria......citing their reluctance after being lied to about the depth of involvement in troops, costs and duration in the Iraq War....The Bush Legacy continues.....
Is it possible that they (British) have learned their lesson and want to avoid the inevitable fate? Perhaps we should do the same in this case as well. I remember the saying "The enemy of my enemy is my friend." We have no friends in Syria. We should stay out.
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Aug 30, 2013
 
Go Blue Forever wrote:
The British Parliament today, voted down any chance of them assisting U.S. in military action againest Syria......citing their reluctance after being lied to about the depth of involvement in troops, costs and duration in the Iraq War....The Bush Legacy continues.....
Link? Of course, you won't provide one since you never do, but still gotta ask.

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Aug 30, 2013
 
Really wrote:
<quoted text>Odd, I just read 3 different articles on the vote in Britain today and not one of them mentioned the Bush administation. things that make me go "hmmmmm"
It was mentioned at length on BBC and by several MP's interviewed....David Cameron even looked kinda shocked, but said he understood....Politics aside, they are still pissed, by being oversold on what their role in Iraq would be.....hard to blame them....

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Aug 30, 2013
 
Shoeless Eluder wrote:
<quoted text>I also vote to not get involved in another war that will only stroke the egos of politicians and war mongers who want to play with their toys of death. We can not let one more American soldier day needlessly.
I agree and find it interesting, that in the last 24-36 hours, John McCain and Lindsey Graham have both been unable to find a television camera....uncanny.....Don't know what it say's about the global community, though.....

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James wrote:
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Is it possible that they (British) have learned their lesson and want to avoid the inevitable fate? Perhaps we should do the same in this case as well. I remember the saying "The enemy of my enemy is my friend." We have no friends in Syria. We should stay out.
We did'nt even have diplomatic relations with Syria for many years.....
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I say no to Syria..... Let them kill each other like we did in our civil war.....
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Batch 37 Pain Is Good wrote:
<quoted text>You may want to add National Socialist Party which is Democrats and passed Obama Care. Ruining the Constitution.... Make more money so they can steal it......
Corporate welfare is socialism therefore the national socialist party is the republicans. Having to buy health care is not socialism. ruining the constitution was done by bush when he and your kind dreamed up the patriot act. At the time you posted who cares I have nothing to hide. you're nothing but a belly aching hypocrite and a threat to our countries freedom.

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Really wrote:
<quoted text>Odd, I just read 3 different articles on the vote in Britain today and not one of them mentioned the Bush administation. things that make me go "hmmmmm"
Tough to see something, you really don't want to find...isn't it?.....

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Aug 30, 2013
 
After months of urging this President to get our military involved in Syria....John McCain and Lindsey Graham have curiously, went silent....can't find a television camera anywhere....Hell, McCain even went there and met with the rebels, 2 weeks ago.....What's Up?......
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Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text>Tough to see something, you really don't want to find...isn't it?.....
I don't know Blue, since you didn't look at anything BUT the BBC. Now why wouldn't you look at the American media instead? Must be you don't like the American media but are convinced that the British media doesn't dislike America?
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Aug 30, 2013
 
Go Blue Forever wrote:
After months of urging this President to get our military involved in Syria....John McCain and Lindsey Graham have curiously, went silent....can't find a television camera anywhere....Hell, McCain even went there and met with the rebels, 2 weeks ago.....What's Up?......
It's called letting President Obama "lead". He is very hesitant to lead since he can't seem to make up his mind what he wants to do. He is very busy channeling his Bill Clinton.
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Elephant Gun wrote:
<quoted text> Corporate welfare is socialism therefore the national socialist party is the republicans. Having to buy health care is not socialism. ruining the constitution was done by bush when he and your kind dreamed up the patriot act. At the time you posted who cares I have nothing to hide. you're nothing but a belly aching hypocrite and a threat to our countries freedom.
And you are a whining liberal who is blind in one eye and can't or won't see out of the other.

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Aug 30, 2013
 
Really wrote:
<quoted text>I don't know Blue, since you didn't look at anything BUT the BBC. Now why wouldn't you look at the American media instead? Must be you don't like the American media but are convinced that the British media doesn't dislike America?
Do you even think these post out, before?......TOPIX is owned by the same company that own's the Chicago Tribune, this is MEDIA....take a peek at some opinions about the Brit's MP's attitudes on the National Forums, if you dare....but, please spare me from your snotty, little neverending circular arguments...about how republicans are good and democrats are all bad.....and please spare me from telling me what news i watch, as if you would know....
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Aug 30, 2013
 
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text>Do you even think these post out, before?......TOPIX is owned by the same company that own's the Chicago Tribune, this is MEDIA....take a peek at some opinions about the Brit's MP's attitudes on the National Forums, if you dare....but, please spare me from your snotty, little neverending circular arguments...about how republicans are good and democrats are all bad.....and please spare me from telling me what news i watch, as if you would know....
YOU told me what you watched that got Bush mentioned. YOU argued with ME when I said I read 3 separate articles on the British vote and NONE mentioned Bush. And read the national forums? Why? They sound just like you...whining continually about Bush and praising Obama. As for your comment about the republicans and democrats, I didn't say that at all. In fact, if you could get past wanting to argue with everything I post, you would have seen that I criticize both parties continually. Neither party is doing anything for this country period! Get over yourself Blue and read what YOU post about the republicans are the only bad ones and the democrats are never wrong. Perhaps you need a break?
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Aug 30, 2013
 
Elephant Gun wrote:
<quoted text> Corporate welfare is socialism therefore the national socialist party is the republicans. Having to buy health care is not socialism. ruining the constitution was done by bush when he and your kind dreamed up the patriot act. At the time you posted who cares I have nothing to hide. you're nothing but a belly aching hypocrite and a threat to our countries freedom.
Hey Elephantdick! Your mom is being plunger poked in the big house sucka!

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