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Pancho
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« Reply #15 on: March 13, 2003, 10:24:01 PM »

Pete pretty much summed up everything I was going to say.  I have family in Brooklyn and they knew people killed on 9/11.  Yet even they don't support the war because it's just killing more innocent people.  For the record I'm a pacifist so I'm against any war but Iraq seems to be our go to nation whenever something needs to be bombed.  Bush losing some popularity? Bomb Iraq.  People asking why the economy's so bad?  Bomb Iraq.  What about all those innocent dead Iraqis mr. Bush?  Oh well........ they weren't American anyway.
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« Reply #16 on: March 14, 2003, 05:49:22 AM »

is it me or does bush have the IQ of a monkey?
i dont know much about cuz i'm british but i know our prime minister is f**king spineless and seems desperate to go to war.
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« Reply #17 on: March 14, 2003, 12:36:26 PM »

I'm not a particularly big fan of Mr. Hannity.  I have listened to his show once or twice, but it never really catches me.  I'm a Savage Nation fan myself.  THAT show has me laughing so hard that I'm near tears.  What that says about me, I'm afraid to find out.  :-D

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« Reply #18 on: March 14, 2003, 12:42:51 PM »

I don't think he's stupid, but I don't think he's the sharpest tool on the rack either.  IQ wise he's probably average for an American  (of which I am one).  I remember something Michael Savage said in a TV appearance.  If Bush hadn't of come from a wealthy and politically connected family (i.e. the right wing answer to the Kennedy Clan) then he probably would be running a Yogurt Stand at a Stadium someplace.  And just how spineless is Blair?  He is standing firm in his stance, despite just about everybody being against him, including his own party (the right winges here love comparing him to Churchill).  He has a tremendous amount to loose if things go south, that shows some backbone, even if one does not agree with the stance he is taking, he his standing for something.

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« Reply #19 on: March 14, 2003, 12:57:37 PM »

I don't know about average. The man is pretty dim. Thick as a whale omelet.

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« Reply #20 on: March 14, 2003, 01:22:18 PM »

You can add spanish president Jose Maria Aznar to the list of presidents who listen carefully to what the people say (80% of spaniards are against the war) and then decide to support the completely oppossite option. Aznar has seen the biggest demonstrations in spanish history chant in front of the senate several times, then has tried to convince us that they all had been manipulated by the socialists or that they were actually demanding Saddam to disarm himself (sic). What's worst, he is about to make our country  enter war without explaining why or bothering to consult the senate, which of course is illegal. He has also called traitors and irresponsible all who have argued against the idea, and even tried to stop all kinds of people to express their opinion on the matter if it was contrary to his through media control.

Jeb Bush came to Spain several weeks ago. After displaying an amazing knowledge of our system of government (he called Aznar head of the Republic of Spain), he told him to resist, because his efforts would be "well rewarded".

I am not going to explain my views on the war, which are already formed, but the USA are trying to obtain support in all the wrong ways, and I'm not surprised the are facing such opposition.
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Chris K.
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« Reply #21 on: March 14, 2003, 01:22:20 PM »

Chadzilla wrote:
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> I'm not a particularly big fan of Mr. Hannity.  I have
> listened to his show once or twice, but it never really
> catches me.  

I'm not a big fan either. But, I do listen to his show just to hear what comments he will fire out of his mouth. Listening to Hannity and Rush Limbaugh is like listening to two crazed madmen: they go on and on and on, yet it's still very entertaining.
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« Reply #22 on: March 14, 2003, 01:57:19 PM »

Is Michael Savage, is show always leaves me slack jawed and giggling.

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« Reply #23 on: March 14, 2003, 03:07:09 PM »

"There's no such thing as racial profiling! It's the biggest lie of our time." ("Weiner Nation" broadcast, 10/4/02)

"We need racist stereotypes right now of our enemy in order to encourage our warriors to kill the enemy." (San Francisco Chronicle, 2/6/03).

"We need another brave Senator, like McCarthy, whom history has proven to be a loyal patriot." ("Weiner Nation" broadcast, 10/4/02)

Yes, Michael Weiner ("No, I'm Savage! Stop it! And stop calling it Weiner Nation or I'll give you such a PINCH!!") is a barrel of laughs. Almost as funny as, say, David Duke.

He rather reminds me of Bob Boudelang, who takes on the threat of Freedom (and its toast and poodles and ticklers) this week; except Bob's more handsome and coherent.

...Uh oh. Now the Dixie Chicks are starting to be taken off of radio station playlists. Remember: boycotts and censorship are ONLY bad if they're aimed at chickenhawk warmongers.
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« Reply #24 on: March 14, 2003, 04:20:53 PM »

Who have they p**sed off now, besides Charlie Daniels?  We know what an uber-patriot he is! snerk

And yeah, I find the Savage Weiner funny because I don't take anything the dork says seriously.  I know others take him seriously and a whole lot of who-ha about this and that can be tossed around, but I support the right for all voices to spurt out whatever vile flatulence (no matter what side of the political fence they may sit on) they want.  Keeps them in the public eye.  And I'll laugh while they do it.

At somepoint somebody's going to be dancing on our graves anyway.

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Chris K.
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« Reply #25 on: March 14, 2003, 04:48:26 PM »

Squishy wrote:
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> "There's no such thing as racial profiling! It's the biggest
> lie of our time." ("Weiner Nation" broadcast, 10/4/02)
>
> "We need racist stereotypes right now of our enemy in order
> to encourage our warriors to kill the enemy." (San Francisco
> Chronicle, 2/6/03).
>
> "We need another brave Senator, like McCarthy, whom history
> has proven to be a loyal patriot." ("Weiner Nation"
> broadcast, 10/4/02)
>
> Yes, Michael Weiner ("No, I'm Savage! Stop it! And stop
> calling it Weiner Nation or I'll give you such a PINCH!!") is
> a barrel of laughs. Almost as funny as, say, David Duke.

Wow, talk about a barrel-full-of-laughs quotes! Are these meant to be taken seriously? I just can't stop laughing at the sheer audacity and silliness of these "statements".

As for Bob Boudelang, his comments are like reading a criminal's manafesto: dull, dirivitive, illogical, and so damned funny you just can't take it seriously (sorry folks, this is all I can come up with; I wish I had more to say, but I think I will stop for a few moments).
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« Reply #26 on: March 14, 2003, 04:54:44 PM »

I really truly hope Bush does not represent the average  intelligence of an American.  Him's the guy whom sayed this things

And there's a good reason Bush has the IQ of a chimp. There's proof here or, in the style of 'They Live!', more proof here .

And be careful not to publicly support peace, there could be serious consequences ! Maybe Iraq's not the only country where people need to start fighting for their freedom.

peace out, Pete
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« Reply #27 on: March 14, 2003, 05:08:24 PM »

10. At this Thursday, ticket counters and airplanes will fly outta Ronald Reagan Airport.

Oh, sh*t.
 
8. When you have your own money, it means you've got more money to spend.

Makes cents.

7. The benefits of helping somebody is beneficial.

duhya

6. We're in for a long struggle, and I think Texans understand that. And so do Americans.

Well, the commercials say its like a whole other country! :-D

5. Sometimes when I sleep at night I think of "Hop on Pop".
4. I promise you I will listen to what has been said here, even though I wasn't here.
3. And one of the things we've got to make sure that we do is anything.
2. We're making the right decisions to bring the solution to an end.
1. Border relations between Canada and Mexico have never been better.


Hey, give piece a change, ok?

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« Reply #28 on: March 14, 2003, 05:12:06 PM »

Chris K. wrote:
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> Wow, talk about a barrel-full-of-laughs quotes! Are these
> meant to be taken seriously? I just can't stop laughing at
> the sheer audacity and silliness of these "statements".
>
>

I think he's honest to God serious.  What's even funnier is how, when someone calls in with an opposing POV, instead of debating them he just calls them names.  Honestly, I think I would only find the on air exorcisms by Bob Larson (sp?) funnier.

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Chris K.
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« Reply #29 on: March 14, 2003, 05:25:24 PM »

Pete B6K wrote:
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> And be careful not to publicly support peace, there could be
> serious consequences ! Maybe Iraq's not the only country where people need to start fighting for their freedom.

Just read that article link and all I have to say is, "What happened to OUR freedom." You hear all these Republicans (and no, I'm not on the Democrat side either) and Rush Limbaugh saying that we have to go to war and help the citizens of Iraq so they can be free and have freedom. And I agree with that. But, here in the USA what's happening to our freedom.

As from what the article link states, a man in his local mall buys a shirt that says "Give Peace a Chance". He puts on the shirt, is confronted by mall security and is demanded to take the shirt off. He refuses, and thus get's arrested by mall security. And this shirt was BEING SOLD in the mall itself! This, my fellow readers, is a typical example of our freedoms being thrown out the window. And don't get me started on the various un-just laws that have been passed with no hindsight to their sheer audacity.

And I ask, what happened to, "The land of the FREE"?
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