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Old 07-23-2006, 10:39 PM   #1671 (permalink)
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Old 07-23-2006, 10:45 PM   #1672 (permalink)
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Haha
I'm serious.
Once the french left and abandoned their colonies wouldn't you think the US would take it as a sign that they shouldn't interfere?
But no. Theys aw it as an opportunity to try adn keep communism form spreading. And what the hell happened next?
They didn't keep communism from spreading, many americans lost their lives and they're now bush is living in fear of an 80 year old man on an island nation, 70 miles away from florida.
Somebody in the pentagon has gotta grow a brain.
And once this war on terrorism is over, I'll bet money, osama bin laden (if he's still alive) will go to cuba and smoke a ciban with castro and then start a plot to bring the US to it's knees.
The US has got troops in Kuwait, Afghanistan, Iraq, Iran, Korea, Cuba and many other o****ries I'm sure and we still somebody like Sept. 11 happens.
What does thats ay abuot the US?
One that their soldiers and military officers aren't as highly trained as some other soldiers of other nations.
Look at North Korea. They're communist but their soldiers are some of the most highly disciplined soldiers in the world. So obviously communism isn't all that bad.
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Old 07-23-2006, 11:12 PM   #1673 (permalink)
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My laugh didn't doubt your seriousness.
Americans are pretty stupid.
A lot of calls made by the U.S. in the past have been bad because it's been run by extremists.
All the moderates are too busy working to **** it up like extremists have.
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Old 07-23-2006, 11:17 PM   #1674 (permalink)
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My laugh didn't doubt your seriousness.
Americans are pretty stupid.
A lot of calls made by the U.S. in the past have been bad because it's been run by extremists.
All the moderates are too busy working to **** it up like extremists have.
I like your new avatar for one thing.
And I feel so ashamed that I gained american citizenship by some fluke.
To have to be associated with this wretched race is kinda repulsive. especially since I am almost certain bush has a underdeveloped brain and looks like there's somethign wrong with his face.
I could forgive his facial features if he'd broaden his vocab to words other than 'huh' or 'um' which are freaking examples of onomatopiea
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Old 07-24-2006, 12:14 AM   #1675 (permalink)
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Off topic... I thought it was pretty funny how the media caught a few minutes of a private conversation between Bush and Blair the other day. Bush was all like "Syria (or whoever it was) need to stop doing this shit"

I think Bush is cool
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Old 07-24-2006, 12:20 AM   #1676 (permalink)
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Off topic... I thought it was pretty funny how the media caught a few minutes of a private conversation between Bush and Blair the other day. Bush was all like "Syria (or whoever it was) need to stop doing this shit"

I think Bush is cool
It's reasons like that that make me wonder why no one has tried to have him assassinated yet.
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Old 07-24-2006, 12:30 AM   #1677 (permalink)
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It's reasons like that that make me wonder why no one has tried to have him assassinated yet.
Because they know sooner or later he'll trip while running with scissors.


About that Bush swearing video, that was hella all over the place, it was funny.
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Old 07-24-2006, 12:36 AM   #1678 (permalink)
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Because they know sooner or later he'll trip while running with scissors.


About that Bush swearing video, that was hella all over the place, it was funny.
i hope he visits north korea and accidentally steps on a land mine.
That would be hilarious
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Old 07-24-2006, 04:04 AM   #1679 (permalink)
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Israel should determine what should be done by themselves, given that their men were taken prisoner.
America shouldn't act as a global policeman like they always do.
If America stopped acting as a global policeman in this situation, Israel would probably be screwed. They're surrounded by countries that hate them, countries that not too long ago had land taken from them to create Israel. Their military continually kills civilians in other countries in retaliation for acts which those civilians had nothing to do with, and the main reason they can do this is that America is looking out for them. If America closed its eyes to the middle east conflict for a couple of years and outright promised not to get involved in anything happening in that area, I wouldn't be surprised if all that was left was miles of burnt ground where Israel used to be.
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Old 07-24-2006, 07:52 AM   #1680 (permalink)
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The Mirror newspaper today...

A SOBBING boy tries to comfort his mum moments after an Israeli helicopter gunship blasted their van as they fled the bombing blitz.

Blood-covered Ali Shaiti, 14, pleaded: "Mummy don't die, mummy don't die," as he held Muntahi in his arms surrounded by the surviving members of their family at the roadside.

Yards away lay the wreckage of the van the family had hoped would carry them to safety away from Israeli attacks on Hizbollah.

Inside were the bodies of Ali's father, grandmother and another male relative.

A photographer, who found the family yesterday, said: "We heard some thuds and explosions. We came into Tyre and an ambulance was there.

"There were people on the side of the street, there was blood on their faces. The van had received a direct hit." End.

I've seen the photos of the grief and despair on the face of this 14 year old boy. The knowledge that his Father already lies dead and the heartbreaking agony of the prospect of losing his Mother, who he cradles in his arms, is a powerful image.

And for what? The soldiers captured by Hizbollah?
BULLSHIT!!!

I read a quote recently..."The world goes mad when two Israeli soldiers are taken, yet Israel took an entire nation."

There's an agenda going on here and it's got nothing to do with the captured soldiers...
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