Who do you support for U.S. Senate in...
jeb stuart

Savannah, GA

#4290 Mar 2, 2013
bored monitor wrote:
<quoted text>
Guess u don't know much about WMD. I can guaran-damn-tee the Marines considered it a WMD and planned accordingly. Can't disagree about ur last statement.
maybe i don't know so much about wmd. but i know someone else that does'nt know so much about warfare,either. if you could talk to some of the old troopers that fought in the trenches at places like 'passiondale',they would probably tell you that a 50. cal maxim machine gun was a wmd - but does that put it in the same category as an atomic bomb?
Informed Opinion

Lehigh Acres, FL

#4291 Mar 2, 2013
Wheeler wrote:
<quoted text>but wait

does that include our newest envoy to North Korea, Dennis Rodman?

little Kim wants to keep him
Let's hope Rodman wants to stay, although I think he'll want to leave his dresses back home.
Informed Opinion

Lehigh Acres, FL

#4292 Mar 2, 2013
Wheeler wrote:
<quoted text>ok I searched for "Bin Laden and the Bush Family" and all tat came up was "That OMTE is one helluva jackass".
Odd this was easy to find.

The Denver Post:

... the U.S. let Osama bin Laden get away.

Was this because of President George Bush's close ties to the bin Laden family?

In 1978, Bush and Osama bin Laden's brother, Salem bin Laden, founded Arbusto Energy, an oil company based in Texas.

Several bin Laden family members invested millions in The Carlyle Group, a private global equity firm based in Washington, DC. The company's senior advisor was Bush's father, former President George H.W. Bush. After news of the bin Laden-Bush connection became public, the elder Bush stepped down from Carlyle.

Interestingly, on Sept. 11, 2001, members of the Carlyle Group - including Bush senior, and his former secretary of state, James Baker - were meeting at the Ritz Carlton Hotel in Washington, D.C., along with Shafiq bin Laden, another one of Osama bin Laden's brothers.

While all flights were halted following the terrorist attacks, there was one exception made: The White House authorized planes to pick up 140 Saudi nationals, including 24 members of the bin Laden family, living in various cities in the U.S. to bring them back to Saudi Arabia, where they would be safe. They were never interrogated.

Five years later, and we're still asking questions. We may have lost our innocence but we're also losing, thankfully, our ignorance.
jeb stuart

Savannah, GA

#4293 Mar 2, 2013
this is sorta funny to me.with so many folks ltao,there are a whole bunch o people walkin' round 'assless'.
Wheeler

Hudson, OH

#4294 Mar 2, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
<quoted text>
Odd this was easy to find.
The Denver Post:
... the U.S. let Osama bin Laden get away.
Was this because of President George Bush's close ties to the bin Laden family?
In 1978, Bush and Osama bin Laden's brother, Salem bin Laden, founded Arbusto Energy, an oil company based in Texas.
Several bin Laden family members invested millions in The Carlyle Group, a private global equity firm based in Washington, DC. The company's senior advisor was Bush's father, former President George H.W. Bush. After news of the bin Laden-Bush connection became public, the elder Bush stepped down from Carlyle.
Interestingly, on Sept. 11, 2001, members of the Carlyle Group - including Bush senior, and his former secretary of state, James Baker - were meeting at the Ritz Carlton Hotel in Washington, D.C., along with Shafiq bin Laden, another one of Osama bin Laden's brothers.
While all flights were halted following the terrorist attacks, there was one exception made: The White House authorized planes to pick up 140 Saudi nationals, including 24 members of the bin Laden family, living in various cities in the U.S. to bring them back to Saudi Arabia, where they would be safe. They were never interrogated.
Five years later, and we're still asking questions. We may have lost our innocence but we're also losing, thankfully, our ignorance.
You got me there

if the Denver Post says it then it must be true right?

afterall our country is overflowing with journalistic excellence
Wheeler

Hudson, OH

#4295 Mar 2, 2013
jeb stuart wrote:
this is sorta funny to me.with so many folks ltao,there are a whole bunch o people walkin' round 'assless'.
it would be funny were it physically possible

if a person was assless their legs would fall off so there would be no walking around
jeb stuart

Savannah, GA

#4296 Mar 2, 2013
bored monitor wrote:
<quoted text>
Let me axe u a couple questions.
R u saying Saddam didn't have WMD? If ur sayin' yes, what about the mustard gas used to kill kurds? If ur saying no, then what be the problem? Is it possible we didn't find it becuz it got moved to another country?
a little more about saddam and this whole 'gloom and doom' U.S. is done,our dollar is worthless stuff. when the army caught him, what currency did he have? half a mill is u.s. dollars. not euros,not yen,rubles,or pesos.maybe we are not in as bad shape as some would lead us to believe.
becker

Norcross, GA

#4297 Mar 2, 2013
My conservative history professor always told us to run away from conspiracy theorists, as fast as we could. So Jeb, I don't LMAO....I run mine off. That's about all these men discuss.
jeb stuart

Savannah, GA

#4298 Mar 2, 2013
becker wrote:
My conservative history professor always told us to run away from conspiracy theorists, as fast as we could. So Jeb, I don't LMAO....I run mine off. That's about all these men discuss.
thanks,pal
jeb stuart

Savannah, GA

#4299 Mar 2, 2013
becker wrote:
My conservative history professor always told us to run away from conspiracy theorists, as fast as we could. So Jeb, I don't LMAO....I run mine off. That's about all these men discuss.
is riverdale your real location,if so,do you ever remember a basketball coach named podskoc?
becker

Norcross, GA

#4300 Mar 3, 2013
Never knew any coaches.
so kind

Pendergrass, GA

#4301 Mar 3, 2013
becker wrote:
Hugo Chavez is terminally ill and near death. Who do you think the State Dept. will send to attend the funeral? Will the world be watching?
Hugo keeps the price at the pump at his stations low just to show Americans what a great guy he is. Maybe the next guy won't be so kind.
Informed Opinion

Sunapee, NH

#4302 Mar 3, 2013
OMTE wrote:
I'd have to say. I think next to Lincoln; TR was our greatest president ever. What happen to the Republican party? Both of them were republicans. Yet the republican party politians of today seem the exact opposite as they were. It seems they are lost and money has ruined them. Ya'll can have the money; I'd rather keep my soul.
It used be called "Noblesse Oblige"

no·blesse oblige
Pronunciation:\nō-ˈbles-ə- blēzh\
Function: noun
Etymology: French, literally, nobility obligates
Date: 1837
: the obligation of honorable, generous, and responsible behavior associated with high rank or birth

Those to which much was given - much was expected.

Under Bush Sr.:
- when we needed to raise taxes - he raised taxes - even though he knew it would cause him great political pain;

- when he defeated Iraq in Kuwait - he refused to invade Iraq, even though his oil company buddies demanded it - because he knew it would bankrupt the country and unnecessarily kill thousands of American troops in the occupation;

As a young man, he volunteered for the military, and risked death in the war zone, be cause he understood duty to country - not the selfish cowardice of the new Right Wing.

I imagine the Old Man wants to slap his useless boy silly - but family loyalty reigns supreme.

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#4303 Mar 3, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
<quoted text>
Odd this was easy to find.
The Denver Post:
... the U.S. let Osama bin Laden get away.
Was this because of President George Bush's close ties to the bin Laden family?
In 1978, Bush and Osama bin Laden's brother, Salem bin Laden, founded Arbusto Energy, an oil company based in Texas.
Several bin Laden family members invested millions in The Carlyle Group, a private global equity firm based in Washington, DC. The company's senior advisor was Bush's father, former President George H.W. Bush. After news of the bin Laden-Bush connection became public, the elder Bush stepped down from Carlyle.
Interestingly, on Sept. 11, 2001, members of the Carlyle Group - including Bush senior, and his former secretary of state, James Baker - were meeting at the Ritz Carlton Hotel in Washington, D.C., along with Shafiq bin Laden, another one of Osama bin Laden's brothers.
While all flights were halted following the terrorist attacks, there was one exception made: The White House authorized planes to pick up 140 Saudi nationals, including 24 members of the bin Laden family, living in various cities in the U.S. to bring them back to Saudi Arabia, where they would be safe. They were never interrogated.
Five years later, and we're still asking questions. We may have lost our innocence but we're also losing, thankfully, our ignorance.
I remember seeing this and just thought I would add this to the mix.

http://newsbusters.org/blogs/noel-sheppard/20...
Wheeler

Hudson, OH

#4304 Mar 3, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
<quoted text>
It used be called "Noblesse Oblige"
no·blesse oblige
Pronunciation:\nō-ˈbles-ə- blēzh\
Function: noun
Etymology: French, literally, nobility obligates
Date: 1837
: the obligation of honorable, generous, and responsible behavior associated with high rank or birth
Those to which much was given - much was expected.
Under Bush Sr.:
- when we needed to raise taxes - he raised taxes - even though he knew it would cause him great political pain;
- when he defeated Iraq in Kuwait - he refused to invade Iraq, even though his oil company buddies demanded it - because he knew it would bankrupt the country and unnecessarily kill thousands of American troops in the occupation;
As a young man, he volunteered for the military, and risked death in the war zone, be cause he understood duty to country - not the selfish cowardice of the new Right Wing.
I imagine the Old Man wants to slap his useless boy silly - but family loyalty reigns supreme.
the "old man" (Bush Sr) would really enjoy slapping the totally worthless boy currently the "acting" President and there wouldnt be any family loyalty holding him back

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#4305 Mar 3, 2013
Wheeler wrote:
<quoted text>
You got me there
if the Denver Post says it then it must be true right?
afterall our country is overflowing with journalistic excellence
True.

I posted a link to a 60 Minutes program that reported that Clinton let Bin Laden go first. Of course, we all knew that already.....well, except for the liberals. It's ALL about Bush with them. Bless their hearts.

Since: Jan 10

Location hidden

#4306 Mar 3, 2013
Synergy wrote:
<quoted text>
I remember seeing this and just thought I would add this to the mix.
http://newsbusters.org/blogs/noel-sheppard/20...
Interesting how people "forget" this or just ignore it, isn't it?
Informed Opinion

Lehigh Acres, FL

#4307 Mar 3, 2013
Synergy wrote:
<quoted text>True.

I posted a link to a 60 Minutes program that reported that Clinton let Bin Laden go first. Of course, we all knew that already.....well, except for the liberals. It's ALL about Bush with them. Bless their hearts.
Now I understand:

Clinton was a bleeding heart liberal commie socialist because he never blew up bin Laden before bin Laden even started planning 09/11;

Bush never got bin Laden,
even after bin Laden blew up the WTC on 09/11,
and in fact spent American resources and money protecting the entire bin Laden clan,
but he's a great American.

Yep - that's logical
Fran Cisco

Pell City, AL

#4310 Mar 3, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
<quoted text>
Now I understand:
Clinton was a bleeding heart liberal commie socialist because he never blew up bin Laden before bin Laden even started planning 09/11;
Bush never got bin Laden,
even after bin Laden blew up the WTC on 09/11,
and in fact spent American resources and money protecting the entire bin Laden clan,
but he's a great American.
Yep - that's logical
ur a special kind of stupid aren't u? straw man argument? no 1 on here has said W was a great american or president. ur so silly.
Columbus Native

Oklahoma City, OK

#4313 Mar 3, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
<quoted text>
1. I notice you completely ignored that your claim of "defunding public education" was debunked.
2. Your math is as questionable as your arguments, where do you come up with the 33% vs 67%. And I WISH we had the deficit levels we had under Bush.(thought they were bad then, little did I know what Obama would do)
Republican voters make up 33% of the voting population. Now that means 67% of us are democrat,independent,etc. How about romneys 2 trillion deficit boat building BS. Well it's time for another cold beer 1 percocet and sit back in peace and quiet reflecting on how mitt lost big time and how happy it feels to see republicans so mad!

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