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    Quote Originally Posted by Drake View Post
    He enacted liberal policies, and they appeared even moreso in light of the typically conservative German politics. I don't know where you got your definition of liberal, but I got mine in college.
    I don't really care what your definition of "liberal" is. However I would like to know your definition of "moreso" because it's not in my dictionary.

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    Did you happen to buy your dictionary from a wife-beating exploiter of native american culture? Last I checked, missing the space key wasn't nearly as heavy an offense.

    Typical. Resort to pointing out minor typos in order to dodge a logical fallacy. At least I'm using my own words and not ripping them off from others.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bustr View Post
    I told you to do your own ****ed research.
    I did. And it showed how stupid you are that you fell for a lie told by a hack reporter.

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    As far as lies becoming truth I seem to recall this one from YOUR village idiot, "Saddam is seeking to develop weapons of mass destruction". When it comes to lies you republiKKKON fascists are the biggest offenders.
    2 points: 1) Saddam used chemical weapons on his own people, and Israel had to bomb a nuclear facility in Iraq in the past. Saddam never gave up his pursuit of nukes. 2) If the Iraq War is unjustified, why hasn't Obama pulled us out yet?
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    When given the choice between big business and big government, choose big business. Big business never threw millions of people into gas chambers, but big government did.

    "It does not take a majority to prevail, but rather an irate, tireless minority, keen on setting brushfires of freedom in the minds of men" -Samuel Adams

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    Quote Originally Posted by bustr View Post
    It doesn't even matter if bush SAID the constitution was a god****ed piece of paper... Even if he didn't say it her certainly believed it.
    You're an absolute idiot.

    And you're proud that you believed a liar. Hey, you and BD are made for each other!
    When given the choice between big business and big government, choose big business. Big business never threw millions of people into gas chambers, but big government did.

    "It does not take a majority to prevail, but rather an irate, tireless minority, keen on setting brushfires of freedom in the minds of men" -Samuel Adams

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1bad65 View Post
    You're an absolute idiot.

    And you're proud that you believed a liar. Hey, you and BD are made for each other!
    You know, if anything, liberals are just nicer people. You won't see a liberal come to this board with such blatant rudeness and insult people like you read above.

    Thank God we are secure in our beliefs.

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    re

    Quote Originally Posted by 1bad65 View Post
    I did. And it showed how stupid you are that you fell for a lie told by a hack reporter.



    2 points: 1) Saddam used chemical weapons on his own people, and Israel had to bomb a nuclear facility in Iraq in the past. Saddam never gave up his pursuit of nukes. 2) If the Iraq War is unjustified, why hasn't Obama pulled us out yet?
    Suck on this! Fool!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oTldY...layer_embedded


    Rumsfeld backed Saddam even after chemical attacks
    By Andrew Buncombe in Washington
    24 December 2003


    Fresh controversy about Donald Rumsfeld's personal dealings with Saddam Hussein was provoked yesterday by new documents that reveal he went to Iraq to show America's support for the regime despite its use of chemical weapons.

    The formerly secret documents reveal the Defence Secretary travelled to Baghdad 20 years ago to assure Iraq that America's condemnation of its use of chemical weapons was made "strictly" in principle.

    The criticism in no way changed Washington's wish to support Iraq in its war against Iran and "to improve bi-lateral relations ... at a pace of Iraq's choosing".

    Earlier this year, Mr Rumsfeld and other members of the Bush administration regularly cited Saddam's willingness to use chemical weapons against his own people as evidence of the threat presented to the rest of the world.

    Senior officials presented the attacks against the Kurds - particularly the notorious attack in Halabja in 1988 - as a justification for the invasion and the ousting of Saddam.

    But the newly declassified documents reveal that 20 years ago America's position was different and that the administration of President Ronald Reagan was concerned about maintaining good relations with Iraq despite evidence of Saddam's "almost daily" use of chemical weapons against Iranian troops and Kurdish rebels.

    Read more of the article here

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    Forget all of that. History will judge Bush and his ilk. I'm more concerned with repairing the damage he left.

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    Saddam was pursuing WMDs. He just turned out to be more inept than we expected. Two soldiers were poisoned by Sarin gas while moving old Iraqi munitions a while back. I suppose the sarin was planted by aliens supporting the illuminati?

    And FYI... the democrats believed he had WMDs too.

    Source:
    http://www.snopes.com/politics/war/wmdquotes.asp

    And about the Sarin gas. http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/4997808/

    And Saddam saying he has WMDs.
    http://www.dispatchpolitics.com/live...T.html?sid=101

    There is no argument here. If this doesn't convince you, then I won't bother any more, because you are too far gone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drake View Post
    He enacted liberal policies, and they appeared even moreso in light of the typically conservative German politics. I don't know where you got your definition of liberal, but I got mine in college.
    dude. that's hilarious, and wrong. Hitler was totalitarian who used fascism as his philosophy and "national socialism" as his means to an ends.

    what college did you go to?
    Kung Fu is good for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bustr View Post
    Suck on this! Fool!
    Suck on what Drake said, fool.

    And it's hilarious watching you call others fools, while your sig shows you yourself were taken for a fool.
    When given the choice between big business and big government, choose big business. Big business never threw millions of people into gas chambers, but big government did.

    "It does not take a majority to prevail, but rather an irate, tireless minority, keen on setting brushfires of freedom in the minds of men" -Samuel Adams

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1bad65 View Post
    Suck on what Drake said, fool.

    And it's hilarious watching you call others fools, while your sig shows you yourself were taken for a fool.
    You guys said you had "proof" he did not say that. Apperently there was some sort of recording done.

    Well, so far I haven't heard the recording and Bush hasn't denied saying it....I guess you're the one that looks foolish!

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    Yet more evidence of Doug Thompson's lies

    "There's no record of Bush ever using these words in public and no other news organization has reported him using them privately. Thompson based his report on three sources whom he didn't name. He gave the date of the quote as "last month," which would put it sometime in November 2005.

    Thompson told us he based the story on e-mail messages from three persons he knows, all of whom claim to have been present at a White House meeting and to have heard Bush make the statement. He said he finds their account credible: "Sometimes I just have to go with my gut, and my gut tells me he did say this."

    The unreliable gut

    Thompson's "gut" has proven to be a unreliable guide in the past, however. He has admitted quoting trusted sources in the past who later turned out to be frauds -- twice.

    In 2003 Thompson confessed that he had been "conned big time" by a source who claimed to be a former CIA contract consultant named Terrance J. Wilkinson. Thompson quoted this "source" as claiming to be present at two White House meetings in which Bush ignored intelligence officials' doubts about reports of Iraq seeking uranium. Thompson said he had been relying on the same man for two decades and had "no doubt" about his credibility, only to discover that "someone has been running a con on me for 20 some years and I fell for it like a little old lady in a pigeon drop scheme." He erased a number of stories from the site that had been based on information from "Wilkinson" and deleted anonymous quotes given to him by "Wilkinson" from other stories.

    Thompson said then: "It will be a long time (and perhaps never) before I trust someone else who comes forward and offers inside information. The next one who does had better be prepared to produce a birth certificate, a driver's license and his grandmother's maiden name."

    That was two years before the "piece of paper" quote attributed to three unnamed sources. But, far from demanding solid proof, Thompson continued to quote at least one more phony source until 2006, when a blogger started to question the existence of "George Harleigh." Thompson had for years quoted this supposed former Nixon and Bush appointee. But when no records of such a man could be found, Thompson admitted he had never even met him:

    Doug Thompson (July 26, 2006): We would get quotes via email on current topics. He claimed to be a retired political science professor from Southern Illinois University and an appointee of both the Nixon and Bush administration. I was told he had been checked out. But he wasn't who he said he was and we used his phony name in stories.

    This time Thompson says he revised or deleted 83 stories that had relied on information from "Harleigh" or quoted him.
    In his defense, Thompson says: "[The] 83 articles that we revised or removed represent less than 1 percent of the total production of this Web site over the past 13 years. While errors must never be condoned, a 99+ percent of accuracy is a percentage I can live with. "

    But we also note that Thompson described his own reporting habits this way:

    Doug Thompson (July 26, 2006): I started taking more chances with stories, jumping on ones with sketchy sources, always trying to outdo the last "big" story. I had people willing to help me and they would send me info that I used often on their word alone.

    . . . I wrote stories based on emails from sources I never met. I would meet self-proclaimed "important people" in out-of-the way bars, taking what they told me at face value. Washington is a breeding ground for phonies and wannabes. Too often I printed what they told me because I was so full of myself that I was sure it was true and did not require further verification.

    By Thompson's own account, these were the habits still in place when he reported the "piece of paper" quote in 2005."

    http://www.factcheck.org/askfactchec...itution_a.html

    Gee, this guy is almost as believeable as a wife-beating, phony veteran, white guy who says he is an American Indian.
    When given the choice between big business and big government, choose big business. Big business never threw millions of people into gas chambers, but big government did.

    "It does not take a majority to prevail, but rather an irate, tireless minority, keen on setting brushfires of freedom in the minds of men" -Samuel Adams

  13. #43
    Speaking of prudes:

    Let's laugh at Sarah Palin again

    She is now involved in a New York Congressional race of an independant 3rd party candidate. Okay! Tell me again how I'm really suppose to care about that especially since I live in Colorado. Even then that's a hell of a lot closer than Sarah!

    I hope her candidate wins. That will put her in the lead for the nomination next time around....Where do I donate?

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    More on that NY Congressional race:

    Could it spell the end of the GOP?

    Very interesting story. The GOP candidate has now dropped out of the race because her backers and money has left her en masse. Now they are backing this nerdy looking neo from something called the "Conservative Party".

    It's always good news to hear that people are leaving the GOP because it's too far to the left! Where can I contribute!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoulderDawg View Post
    More on that NY Congressional race:

    Could it spell the end of the GOP?

    Very interesting story. The GOP candidate has now dropped out of the race because her backers and money has left her en masse. Now they are backing this nerdy looking neo from something called the "Conservative Party".

    It's always good news to hear that people are leaving the GOP because it's too far to the left! Where can I contribute!
    This isn't a very important election. It gained attention due to Sarah Palin, period. You JUST learned about this news story?
    The weakest of all weak things is a virtue that has not been tested in the fire.
    ~ Mark Twain

    Everyone has a plan until they’ve been hit.
    ~ Joe Lewis

    A warrior may choose pacifism; others are condemned to it.
    ~ Author unknown

    "You don't feel lonely.Because you have a lively monkey"

    "Ninja can HURT the Spartan, but the Spartan can KILL the Ninja"

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