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U.N., White House Condemn Killings of Russian Hostages in Iraq

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Created: 27.06.2006 10:49 MSK , Updated: 10:51 MSK MosNews The UN and the White House have condemned the executions of four Russian diplomats kidnapped by a group linked with al-Qaida on June 3 in Iraq, the ...

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Foresttoday

United States

#62 Jul 29, 2006
Where should we attack Canada first???:-) Stay away from Edmonton as I have many relatives there and oh yes, not Toronto or Vancouver. oops, Victoria alone as I also have friends there and also in Prince George.:-) I suppose that only leaves a few places left for a good attack.

Actually, for all the descussions, Canada is the U.S. number one trading partner and has always been there with Americans in nearly every war from 1918 to today.

Even the liberal news does not say that Israel has lost the support of many Arab countries to eliminate hezbollah.
Nikolai

San Antonio, TX

#63 Jul 31, 2006
Tom Reid wrote:
Nickolai,
If the gov't has a surplus of money, then it has overtaxed the citizens. I know you love clinton, but his in-action in the past is part of the problem we're having today. And yes I can tell you spent six years in college because of your brainwashing with liberal ideals.
I'd rather be brainwashed by liberal ideas from books then by republican propoganda from media. It fascinates me that being educated became a vile vice in US.:)
Nikolai

San Antonio, TX

#64 Jul 31, 2006
Foresttoday wrote:
Do you remember that President Clinton was offered Osama on a silver plate and he did not feel that he had enough evidence to detain him? How about the two embassy bombings? What did he do? If we feed a mad grzzly bear enough, sooner or later he will take off our arm. Or worse
I'm not sure whaqt silver plate you are talking about. If you are refereing to Predetor tapes then its my turn to say: "So What!?" It was never proven that it was bin laden. The CIA syas, and listen to the language used carefully:), "a tall man was most likely" Osama. So empty elagations.
Foresttoday wrote:
Are we saying that 911 was Clintons way of controlling terrorism? I think he was too busy playing house in the white house or apologizing to Hilary for his dumb mistakes.
I am trying to think of some of the things that Clinton did that really helped this country and I cannot at this moment.
911 was the outcome of Bush not doing anything about Al qaida. He's so concentrated on revanging his dad's fiasco that he probably already were afganistan is on the map (not like he knew even before).
Let's play a little question answer:
Q:Did Saddam bomb the WTC?
A: Nope.
Q:Did Osama bomb the WTC?
A: Yeap.
Q:Is Saddam in US custody?
A: Yeap.
Q:Is Osama?
A: Nope. And it looks like Bushy is leaving a privelage of capturing Osama to next president of US. What a nice, generous guy he is:)
Nikolai

San Antonio, TX

#65 Jul 31, 2006
Foresttoday wrote:
That was the first President Bushes economy that Clinton inherited and it was the Republican Congress that helped both Presidents keep it going. The economy does not change over night for any President.
You mean to say Republican Congress went along because trying to stop Clinton's economic reforms would have been deadly for their political agenda. Same thing we saw with the Iraq war vote. White House was riding on such a patriotic high after 911 that anyone voted against Iraq might have as well resigned.
Foresttoday wrote:
You are correct to say the surplus was used and thank God President Bush was in office to use it. If some other liberal President had been in office, we would still be negotiating with Osama and probably have at least another 10,000 Americans dead from terrorist acts, instead the action was by our President and we have not been attacked since. Makes sense to me.

And thank God he is out of office so someone can clean up the mess that he left. It sounded to me like you did some business on the east coast and as a good business man (sorry I just assume you were) you might know that a good business runs on surplus of income not on debt. And I don't blame Bush spending money on necessary military action in Afgan (Iraq is still a very questionable choice for me), but what killed any hope for closing the gap is his brilliant tax cuts. To summarize it in a nutshell the rich were suppose to reinvest the money they recieved on tax cuts... Oops it happened again, it didn't work. 9 trillion dollars later and counting (new high for a rep resident, we still havn't learned a lesson.

One more thought about Iraq. I would rather see Bush mediate between Lebanon and Israel instead of standing there and watching while over 300 civilians, 1/3 of whom are children, are dead. With the tactical proficiancy and military strength of US Hasbulah would have been wiped out yesterday. YOu remember that I predicted that middle east will turn into a honets' nest well here is the next prediction for Nikolas Nostradamus:)
Israel, no matter how noble is their goal to recover those two poor boys, will dig a hole for themselves while everyone else will just stand there and watch while wagging their fingers. eventually Israel willl be hit hard bu Arab countries which in turn will untie US's hands to go in completely gun-ho and claim the oil interests of the region... and then everyone who's still alive lives happily ever after.
What about taking care of North Korean Nuclear program that puts US troops stationed in the South and civilians in imidiate danger. But instead they are still playing hide and seek with now local terrorist groups in Iraq.

Double standards? You betchya:)
Nikolai

San Antonio, TX

#66 Jul 31, 2006
P.S.You know our little debate here is getting to a bit of a deadend, cause the facts are:

You will always think of Clinton as an Oxford pot-smoking, suave-spoken, no-good hippy who slept outside of his marriage, while attributing his economical achievements to anyone from Godzilla to God Almighty but not Clinton himself. And you will always think of Bush as a good-ol'-boy from a ranch, who lifted a "heavy" burdain of taxes off American shoulders and transformed them into high living cost; a god's answer to fundamental republican pleas who puts aye in a prayer and solves all his problems the old fashion way: "shoot first, ask later."

I, on the other hand, will always see Clinton as one of the greatest presidents, who was able to construct a booming economical growth while still spending on military actions like Kosovo. Unfortunately his South-of-the-Border member was stronger then his best judgement and he slept with an intern, but then again so would you if you were married to Hilary:). And I will always see Bushy as a dumb frat-boy, head deep in special interests who weaseled his way into a White House with a help of his Brother. A president who while governmed with his gut (smone should have told him his brain is in his head) got America into economical and political mess that will take years to clean.

And that's the way the cookie crumbles, my friend:)
Foresttoday

United States

#67 Jul 31, 2006
I fell sorry for exciting you so much about our current President, but thank God he is his own man and not a poll watcher like the previous President. as too your comment about sleeping with an intern on Government time in the white house if I were married to Hilary is way off base. That is one thing that makes me sick to think of it. When I worked for companies, their interest were first and formost on my schedule, not personal gradification.
Foresttoday

United States

#68 Jul 31, 2006
Also Nikolai, I am assuming that you are a very young man that is very impressionable and I respect your views, but that also does not mean that I have to agree with them. This would not be America if we could not disagree without being disagreeable.
Nikolai

San Antonio, TX

#69 Jul 31, 2006
Foresttoday wrote:
I fell sorry for exciting you so much about our current President, but thank God he is his own man and not a poll watcher like the previous President.
More like petrified:)
Foresttoday wrote:
as too your comment about sleeping with an intern on Government time in the white house if I were married to Hilary is way off base. That is one thing that makes me sick to think of it. When I worked for companies, their interest were first and formost on my schedule, not personal gradification.
I was apealing to your sense of humour... I guess it was off base:)
Nikolai

San Antonio, TX

#70 Jul 31, 2006
Foresttoday wrote:
but thank God he is his own man and not a poll watcher like the previous President.
You mean he doesn't give a damn about what people want? You got that right buddy:) but I thought this is a democracy not an autocracy. There is also a very good word in Russian to discribe people like that: "Samodur" ask your wife she'll explain you what it means, if not get back to me and just hope two years as an interpreter will pay off;)
Nikolai

San Antonio, TX

#71 Jul 31, 2006
Foresttoday wrote:
I am assuming that you are a very young man that is very impressionable
I smell a veiled mockery:) but nevertheless allow me to retort by saying:
impressionable - maybe, but on the other hand I don't twist facts to make them fit my concept of reality.

Choosing between Republicans and Democrats is choosing between lesser evil, for me its Democrats.
Foresttoday

United States

#72 Jul 31, 2006
You got that right buddy (Bill) not buddy
Nikolai

San Antonio, TX

#73 Jul 31, 2006
Foresttoday wrote:
You got that right buddy (Bill) not buddy
At least we agree to disagree:)
Foresttoday

United States

#74 Jul 31, 2006
You wrote, "You mean to say Republican Congress went along because trying to stop Clinton's economic reforms would have been deadly for their political agenda. Same thing we saw with the Iraq war vote. White House was riding on such a patriotic high after 911 that anyone voted against Iraq might have as well resigned."

Now that is a nice twist on these actions by the congress. I just do not remember it happening like you just put it.:-(

Why is it that liberals get so worked up over things, instead of writing with reason or thinking things through. It seems every thing I read on here is negative items about this or that. Is there nothing in this world going correctly? I see some finally put there foot down on "Queen" with all her vile feelings and negativeness. She has some good points but they get lost on all the negativeness.

I see that you have chosen the Democrats as your champion and thank God there is a Democratic party to help offset the Republicans. For forty some years, this country was led by the Democrats with nary a whimper by the republicans except in the white House. Some good things, some bad things, we always survived regardless of whom was President and what we thought of them (him).

Have a nice day
Nikolai

San Antonio, TX

#75 Jul 31, 2006
You just can't let it go can ya:) oh, well. Sorry to get you so worked up and keep you up so late.
Foresttoday wrote:
You wrote, "You mean to say Republican Congress went along because trying to stop Clinton's economic reforms would have been deadly for their political agenda. Same thing we saw with the Iraq war vote. White House was riding on such a patriotic high after 911 that anyone voted against Iraq might have as well resigned."
Now that is a nice twist on these actions by the congress. I just do not remember it happening like you just put it.:-(
Do you mean that Republicans didn't snare at higher taxes or Social Security?! YOu see I think what most of Americans don't realise is that higher taxes means high federal spending on social programs like medical research, education, roads, security... just read the articles that I sent you (you obviously havn't even looked at them or you wouldn't bring it up).
Foresttoday wrote:
Now that is a nice twist on these actions by the congress. I just do not remember it happening like you just put it.:-(
Why is it that liberals get so worked up over things, instead of writing with reason or thinking things through. It seems every thing I read on here is negative items about this or that. Is there nothing in this world going correctly? I see some finally put there foot down on "Queen" with all her vile feelings and negativeness. She has some good points but they get lost on all the negativeness.
I'm surprised that those words are coming from a member of a Republican party which made a career out of mudbathing oposing candidates.

We don't even need to skip a beat with an example:
Clintons politically motivated empeachement (mind you he was not tried for nor found guilty of perjury in a court).
Liberals would not get so worked up but unfortunately concervatives are in a perpetual mode of dinial.

Bush has done some things well like his reaction to Afghanistan unfortunately he didn't finish it. He starts things but I guess his attention span can't handle finishing it.
Concerning "Queen" with her racy stereotypes she just pours out pure unbase hatered and I can't believe you even dare comparing me to her.

Sleep tight.
Foresttoday

United States

#76 Aug 1, 2006
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