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Bode paints dishonest picture of generals

There are 30 comments on the The Indianapolis Star story from Aug 7, 2007, titled Bode paints dishonest picture of generals. In it, The Indianapolis Star reports that:

As a DePauw University graduate, a native of Plymouth, Ind., and a retired Air Force general, I take issue with DePauw professor Ken Bode's July 27 column, "Don't take the generals' word." I served with a group ...

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Foxblow

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#24 Aug 8, 2007
lastrep wrote:
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wow, announced every day and you have to go back to 2004 to find it?
Thanks for making my case.
Fortunately Coulter doesn't write a book everyday or it would be said everyday. But with as much airtime that Fox gives her, it's just about repeated everyday or at least endorsed. I also believe I've even seen it in your posts!
lastrep

Columbus, IN

#25 Aug 8, 2007
Someone wrote:
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2004 was an election year. In a presidential election season, anyone who voices opposition to the incumbent is a traitor? What kind of a case are you making?
Read the posts to which I was replying and the context thereof, and perhaps you can figure it out.
Like every liberal everywhere, you want to jump into the middle of a discussion without bothering to learn what went before.
Someone

Burbank, CA

#26 Aug 8, 2007
lastrep wrote:
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I must have missed that announcement. When and where was it said, and by whom? There must have been an announcement also that those who criticise those who criticise should be quiet.
Didn't you post this?
Someone

Burbank, CA

#27 Aug 8, 2007
lastrep wrote:
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With so many saying what you claim there should be at least one clip of it. Can't find one? It didn't and doesn't happen.
You have either a short memory or a very selective one.
Coopertown

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#28 Aug 8, 2007
lastrep wrote:
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Read the posts to which I was replying and the context thereof, and perhaps you can figure it out.
Like every liberal everywhere, you want to jump into the middle of a discussion without bothering to learn what went before.
Yes, "Someone", you have to know the rules about debating. It works like this:

If you are a liberal, proof is demanded by extensive footnotes from right wing publications, two on-air citations from Fox Nudes and an affidavit sworn to by at least one of the most conservative justices of the Supreme Court, and then whatever stupid liberal point you are trying to make is disallowed.

If you are a conservative, you merely sling out certain code words like "union" or "like every liberal everywhere" and you win. It removes certain noxious elements of everyday life that all conservatives everywhere abhor like reason and common sense. Being a conservative is so much simpler, and you always know that you are correct!
lastrep

Columbus, IN

#29 Aug 8, 2007
Coopertown wrote:
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Yes, "Someone", you have to know the rules about debating. It works like this:
If you are a liberal, proof is demanded by extensive footnotes from right wing publications, two on-air citations from Fox Nudes and an affidavit sworn to by at least one of the most conservative justices of the Supreme Court, and then whatever stupid liberal point you are trying to make is disallowed.
If you are a conservative, you merely sling out certain code words like "union" or "like every liberal everywhere" and you win. It removes certain noxious elements of everyday life that all conservatives everywhere abhor like reason and common sense. Being a conservative is so much simpler, and you always know that you are correct!
"Stupid liberal point" is redundant.
Foxblow

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#30 Aug 8, 2007
lastrep wrote:
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"Stupid liberal point" is redundant.
It made a lot of sense to me, unlike your lame retort!
IUFAN

Indianapolis, IN

#31 Aug 8, 2007
Geo Bush is a traitor and pathetic.

TWO of his policies have been declared UNCONSTITUTIONAL by either the US SUPREME COURT or a state Supreme Court.

Not one. TWO of his policies.

I call anyone who breaks the Constitution a traitor; what do YOU call them?
lastrep

Columbus, IN

#32 Aug 8, 2007
IUFAN wrote:
Geo Bush is a traitor and pathetic.
TWO of his policies have been declared UNCONSTITUTIONAL by either the US SUPREME COURT or a state Supreme Court.
Not one. TWO of his policies.
I call anyone who breaks the Constitution a traitor; what do YOU call them?
Well, I'd say I'd call them democrats that are pushing the fairness doctrine. Specifically the first amendment of the constitution.
Look it up.
Jethro Bodine

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#34 Aug 22, 2007
IUFAN wrote:
Geo Bush is a traitor and pathetic.
TWO of his policies have been declared UNCONSTITUTIONAL by either the US SUPREME COURT or a state Supreme Court.
Not one. TWO of his policies.
I call anyone who breaks the Constitution a traitor; what do YOU call them?
If you're talking about libs that want to take my guns and 2nd amendment rights away, I would say Demonrat traitors!

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