Sunday, January 07, 2007

LAST WILL AND TESTICLE

We must practice somehow to see the good in George Bush, and lift him with our thoughts and prayers. He needs them, for our conception of him is what will become our reality. That said, I know my article here will sound contradictory. But it tells the truth. BUSH'S LAST WILL AND TESTICLE the article I wrote in March, lists many of Bush's crimes you may have forgotten about — in case you need to refresh your memory. I admit this title is provocative, but please take it in the spirit of comedy — in the midst of tragedy. So many crimes, so little time...Why is Bush allowed to roam free, let alone speak in public?


Does Bush really think 20,000 soldiers in a city of over 5 million is going to make a difference? More of the same? This is about saving face for him, since the Iraq War is HIS WAR, the only thing he's done in 6 years. The Iraq Study Group offered him an intervention, a way out, but he was too narcissistic to listen. Read more below, but first this:

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Larisa Alexandrovna of Raw Story and at largely has a great take on Bush's speech tonight.

One year ago I was in Palm Springs at a Christmas parade watching the young ROTC troops marching by, looking as young as 12-year-olds. (Everyone seems 12 to me these days, maybe because my sons are around this age.) Tears were streaming down my cheeks. I could not stop crying over the war in Iraq, the hate mail and death threats I had received — and the over-all feeling that by speaking out against the war — I was somehow not supporting the troops; I was somehow "unpatriotic."

But sometime last year — during that bizarre episode in which I wrote an article about Ann Coulter DEATH IS SEXIER THAN SEX (TO ANN COULTER) and in retaliation, Coulter published my home number on her website along with the cryptic admonition: "Death is certainly sexier than Lydia Cornell" (which opened up a flood of mail from Americans and Europeans, both pro and con) — I went deep down the dark well of fear and loneliness. I was literally threatened in emails and on the phone at all hours of the day and night. One man yelled at me that since I was a Democrat, I must be a baby-killer and should be shot!" ( I guess he wrongly thought I was pro-abortion. Again, I don't know a single soul who is pro-abortion.) Another email expressed the wish that I should have been killed in the WTC attacks. And on more than one occasion, an angry stranger pounded on my front door; another stole our mail, and another lit our trash cans on fire and threw the lighter into our yard.

But the phone calls and countless letters of love I received overwhelmed the hateful ones. And then I received an incredible gift: a Purple Heart from a Marine combat vet. His name is John Conley and he sent me the most precious medal awarded to him for his bravery and wounds in the Vietnam War. He wanted me to have it for my courage in speaking out. This blew away the doubts I had about what I was doing, whether I was on the right track. Conley is a deep thinker and devout Christian who is as appalled as I am at this very un-Christian war Bush is waging in Iraq. But we knew all along it was a bad choice, this war. We ALL knew all along it was the wrong war.

The republicans are just waking up. Why so late? I heard on Tom Hartman today that Bush is one of those neanderthal non-thinkers who believes EVERYTHING CAN BE SOLVED BY KILLING! He loves to kill. As governor of Texas he unblinkingly signed more execution orders than any governor in U.S. history. He'd rather bomb an entire city block just to catch one bad guy, than to try diplomacy! Why? Because, heck it's just easier, and it probably gives him a more powerful feeling.... than using his brain.

Who can stop Bush, this madman and war criminal; this deciever who is driving our nation straight down to destruction? Why does an unevolved moron get to be the leader of the free world? Why do we allow him to remain in office after all the lies? Why does he get to singlehandedly kill more of our young, precious troops? WHY??????? I am so angry I can't breathe sometimes.

I was unable to talk to anyone about this but my fellow left-wingers — but it was equally hard to talk about my faith. In light of all the right-wing Christian hate-mongering, I walked around excusing my faith whenever it came up by saying "I'm a Democrat, but I pray." As it turns out, there are many more of us than I knew.

The central, defining moment of my life was 12 years ago on September 11, when I surrendered to a power greater than myself and took the leap of believing in God, on a personal level. Religion aside, it takes a certain amount of "blind faith" and willingness in order to activate the magic in one's life. Faith itself opens the door to wondrous things. I knew God was the force of love in the universe, and not the harsh, judgmental anthropomorphic version the fundamentalists believe in.

I was picked up and transformed so completely, that I hardly recognize myself today. My life now is defined by my absolute conviction that God exists, but PLEASE — not the god of fundamentalism or dogma or religiosity. Overtly Christian people who talked about Jesus all the time were such a turn-off to all of us, and so focused on all the wrong things — I couldn’t very well talk to most liberal bloggers I knew at that early stage of blogging. Thanks to Dennis Taylor, John Conley, hundreds of my own bloggers here — as well as Jim Wallis' Sojourners and Rabbi Lerner's Tikkun — spiritual progressives are coming out of the woodwork in droves. As my sweet mother said, "Wouldn't it be wonderful if people would express love before they start evangelizing?" Or something like that. I'll get the quote later.
xo

1,068 comments:

  1. Tonight George W Bush exposed his hand, he is not only willing to escalate the war in Iraq by putting in 17,50 new troops into Baghdad to aid the Iraqi police and army which are dominated by the Shiites to clear and hold Baghdad neighborhoods, clear them of Sunni's and hold them against Sunni counter attacks, which is a form of ehtnic cleansing.

    At the same time Bush is hinting we will attack al Sadr's militia even though Maliki depends on al Sadr for political cover in that city of Baghdad. Baghdad is basically Sunni people and Shiites allied to al Sadr.

    If Bush understand his plan correctly he is basically attacking almost the entire population of that city.

    At the same time Bush seems to be creating a inferno inside the capital of Iraq, he is hinting at expanding the war to both Iran and Syria....

    Yes we all need to stand up and tell him to STOP right now, and change course, if Bush does not immediately agree and begin a 180 change of this disastrous course, we need to put extreme pressure on the Congress of the United States to do what ever is necessary to stop both him and Cheney.

    Short of doing this we will, I fear, see the beginnings of WW3 by this spring. and we have already exhausted our military and treasury on the illegal war in Iraq, so we are poorly placed to dominate in this vastly expanded war in both the middle east and the spill over where ever ti rears it's ugly head.

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  2. 17,500 troops...oops

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  3. To borrow a phrase which Worfeus posted;

    This is going to become the;

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    of all quagmires.

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  4. Anonymous10:53 PM

    Ahhh, another convert to the Quagmire foundation.

    The word Quagmire is my word for 2007.

    QUAGMIRE was a word we heard about 27,000 times in 2003.

    Now, 5 years later, we need to say it just as many times.



    quagmire.

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  5. Anonymous10:54 PM

    Don't let em forget.

    Don't let em sweep it under the rug.

    Don't let em push the blame off on us.

    Don't let em forget...the QUAGMIRE.

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  6. Worfeus do you mean Bush's quagmire?

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  7. Anonymous11:05 PM

    Yup.

    Thats the one.

    Thats the QUAGMIRE.

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  8. Anonymous11:05 PM

    The very QUAGMIRE I was thinking about.

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  9. What's Behind the Crash in Crude Oil?

    Global Money Trends Magazine
    Gary Dorsch, Editor
    London "Sunday Times" says Israel plans to attack Iran

    Crude oil briefly bounced $1.25 cents to $57.75 / barrel following an article in the "Sunday Times" of London, indicating that Israel has drawn up plans to destroy Iranian uranium enrichment facilities with a tactical nuclear strike. The Times said "Israelis have become increasingly convinced that a "second holocaust" of the Jews is brewing, stoked by Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the Iranian president and chief Holocaust denier, who has repeatedly called for Israel to be destroyed."

    But speculation of a future war between Israel and Iran is baseless. That's the majority opinion of Tel-Aviv traders and the crude oil markets these days. The Tel-Aviv-100 stock index rose to a record high of 945.5 last week, up 15% from a year earlier, close behind the MSCI Emerging market index which gained 19 percent. Israel's economy expanded by a healthy 5% last year, losing 0.9% of growth due to $3.4 billion of damages from the summer war with Hizbollah.

    The earliest clue of an impending war between Israel and Iran can be found in the Israeli shekel exchange rate. Yet the shekel gained 10% against the US dollar to a 5-½ year high in 2006. The Bank of Israel lowered its overnight loan rate by 100 basis points to 4.50%, or 75 basis points below the US fed funds rate, in order to rescue the dollar. Nearly $20 billion of foreign direct investment flowed into Israel last year, bolstering the shekel, led by a $4.5 billion investment from Warren Buffet.

    Israel cannot play Russian roulette and attack Iran, because its nuclear facilities are inhabited by Russian technicians, and Israel imports 60% of its oil from Russia. Because Israel has limited fossil fuels, its energy supply from Russia is of extreme importance for the functioning of its economy. Therefore, Ahmadinejad holds the trump card, while his chief ally, Russian kingpin Vladimir Putin controls most of Israel's oil supply, and can bring the Israeli economy to its knees.

    Tehran is rewarding Moscow with a contract for LUKOIL, to give it a role in producing oil from Azadegan, one of the largest unexploited oil fields in the world. "LUKOIL has carried out some exploration at Azadegan and, according to a contract that will be signed in the future, Iran will allow the Russian party to participate in recovering oil in Azadegan directly," said Russia's Atomic Energy Agency chief, Sergei Kiriyenko.

    "Russia sees no political obstacles to putting the Bushehr nuclear power plant into operation as scheduled. It is Russia's position that Iran has the right to civilian nuclear energy, in compliance with non-proliferation regulations," Kiriyenko said on Dec 12th. Russian Deputy Industry and Energy Minister Ivan Matyorov said Iran has also offered to cooperate with Russian oil and gas companies in exploring for new deposits, both on its own territory and in other countries.

    "Iranians believe that Gazprom in particular is an effective world leader, and they would like to cooperate with it. Specifically, Iranian companies have extended their presence in Venezuela and Bolivia in this domain, and they would like to cooperate with Gazprom in these regions as well," Matyorov said. He said Russian state-controlled oil company Rosneft could soon start developing deposits in Iran.

    Ahmadinejad holds another trump card over Israel. Some 12% of China's crude imports come from Iran. On Dec 20th, Iran and China's CNOOC, CEO.N, 0883.HK signed a $16 billion deal to develop Iran's northern Pars gas field and build plants to produce liquified natural gas. CNOOC would have a 50% share of the produced LNG. Sinopec 0386.HK, SHI.N, is negotiating with Tehran to develop the giant Yadavaran oil field and to buy 10 million tons of natural gas per year for 25 years.

    Why is Iran cheating on its pledge to OPEC?

    Iran is home to approximately 10% of the world's oil and is the second largest exporter in OPEC, producing 3.8 million bpd. At the same time, Iran sits atop the world's second-largest reserves of natural gas. Today, 85% of Iran's export earnings, as well as half of its budget and a quarter of its economy is derived from energy exports. Despite oil exports of 2.5 million barrels a day however, Iran currently imports more than 40% of its annual consumption of gasoline from India, France, Turkey, and China, at an estimated cost of more than $3 billion annually.

    Yet given a difficult investment environment and concerns over its nuclear program, Iran has been unable to upgrade its oil facilities, nor increase production capacity for the past few years. Oil production was stagnant last year, which resulted in the oil sector expanding by just 0.6% in real terms. Instead, Iran's economy is being driven by higher government spending, which grew by 5.4% in real terms in 2006, the highest rate of growth in five years.

    Strong government spending is eroding much of Iran's oil revenue. While hydrocarbon revenue increased 28.3% last year, government expenditures grew a massive 39.6 percent. Tehran provides subsides for many staple items and housing, which total $25 billion a year. These subsidies are now costing the government roughly 15% of Iran's GDP. Heavily subsidized gasoline is just 35 cents a gallon.

    The latest plunge in crude oil, perhaps inspired by Saudi Arabia, is likely to put a squeeze on Iran's budget surplus, which could turn into a deficit if oil prices fall towards $45 per barrel. To finance the government's subsidies, Iran's central bank increased the broad money supply by 36% in 2006, sending inflation soaring to 14.6% in September. Tehran cannot afford to cutback on oil production and reduce its oil income, without cutting back on subsidies and risk riots in the streets.

    ran's all-out commitment to nuclear invincibility is also worrisome to its Sunni neighbors. Jordan, Egypt, Saudi Arabia and other Sunni-ruled Arab states now fear that US troops might withdraw hastily, leaving an Iraq dominated by Iranian-backed Shi'ite militias. That in turn could lead to the emergence of a Shi'ite Crescent linking Iran, Iraq, and Syria with Hezbollah in Lebanon and Hamas in Gaza.

    While apparently ruling out the military option for 2007, the Europeans and the US are quietly engaging in economic warfare with Iran, by demanding that international banks and oil companies to pull out of dozens of Iranian projects, including development of Iran's two massive new oil fields Azadegan and Yardavan that could expand Iran's output by 800,000 bpd over the next four years.

    US officials already have already warned that they will hold China accountable under Washington's unilateral sanctions laws if Beijing proceeds with a $16-billion project to develop Iran's North Pars gas field. Japan's INPEX had secured the right to lead the $2 billion-plus development of Azadegan with a 75% stake, but pulled out of the deal in October under heavy US pressure.

    In late 2005, Dutch bank ABN Amro agreed to pay $80 million in fines stemming in part from improper transactions with Iran through its subsidiary in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. UBS Bank and Credit Suisse of Switzerland recently announced they were suspending most new business with Iran, and British-based HSBC said it would no longer accept dollar transactions from within Iran.

    The United States is expected to announce sanctions against Bank Sepah, a big Iranian commercial bank, under a presidential order aimed at freezing the assets of proliferators of weapons of mass destruction. Bank Sepah, established in 1925 is the oldest of the Iranian banks, and has a large network of branches in Iran as well as offices in Paris, Frankfurt and Rome.

    Can economic warfare succeed in toppling Iran's Ayatollah Khameini before he gets the bomb in 2009? If US military intervention against Iran has been ruled out for 2007, the big question is whether Saudi Arabia is behind the latest plunge in oil prices, to wreck havoc on Iran's budget and economy? Meanwhile, Iran is banking on strong demand for crude oil from Asia to put upward pressure on the price, and there will be plenty of jawboning from Ahmadinejad.

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  10. Anonymous11:08 PM

    And for those of you who think this President is "brave", consider this.

    This President is willing to send our young men and women into regions to work along side of people who are so hostile to them that they try to kill them with bombs and ambushes.

    On the other hand, this President is so afraid of any type of confrontation himself, he ONLY speaks in front of audiences who agree with him.

    He can't even look people who disagree with him, in the eyes.

    You think this is brave?

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  11. Yes Worfeus Bush reminds me of a gutless punk who defended a parade ground from the Viet Cong....

    They all TALK tough and hide like the pusses they really are.

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  12. Hell they even today try to screech about a war they were too gutless to fight themselves....

    They want to blame the democrats for losing a war they HID from.

    It is like they say one thing but do the opposite.

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  15. BTW tiny this is MINE son;

    Bush's speech the first draft....

    Hi , My name is George W Bush, and tonight I want to talk to you about the war in Iraq, the war that I lied about the WMD's to get, the war I lied about "mission accomplished" to keep. The war that I lied and said we were winning, the same war I have had the pentagon lie about how many Iraqi casualties we created. The war where it is much worse than I ever said it was, and denied the funding for the troops to have the best body armor and vehicles to keep them safe. The war where we did not have enough troops initially and the plan sucked big time. But what the hell Rummy promised me it was all good and what do I know about fighting a war, I hid out in a special national guard unit my daddy got for me, and went AWOL when the air force started checking for cocaine...so I really know nothing about war except for what Dick who hid from Vietnam keeps telling me.

    Tonight I want to get you to agree to send more troops into this quagmire I created because it ain't going as well as I lied about before the election, but I need it to get better so we can start developing the oil there. After all the Iraqi's are soon to pass the oil law Bremer wrote for them. BTW if those new troops do not get this war under control by November I promise to get them out, but do not hold me to that either .. after all I lie remember. Well I am at it, I'm sending a Navy Carrier Battle group into the region so when Israel attacks Iran for Me we can give them some air cover, after all it is the least we can do for them at this point. Well besides the patriot missile batteries we are sending to Israel to shoot down the missiles Iran shoots at them after the Israelis blow the hell out of their nuclear reactors and enrichment sites for us. But what the hell, it ain't like the US is attacking Iran is it? BTW don't worry about none of that cause my friends at Fox tell me they are willing to lie to you all, also. Fox will lie for me to get you all so scared you'll think a nuclear attack by Israel on Iran is making you all safe. I really like how Fox news lies, that is why I hired Tony Snow from then to lie just for me right now. Since we are all safer with the decisions I decided, ignoring the people my daddy sent to stop me, I just want you all to go shopping and buy a lot of gas...a whole lot of gas. If you buy a whole lot of gas that makes my friends happy, and my friends tell me I am a great president, which makes me feel good. If I feel good we must be winning the war right? Well I am glad you all still listen to my stupid speeches, now Karl is telling me it is time for milk and cookies, which I really like, nite y'all. Remember go to the churches which approve of me and listen to the preachers tell you all how bad those democrats really are so you all will vote right next time.

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  16. Keith Olbermann:


    President Bush makes no secret of his distaste for looking backward, for assessing past results.

    But in our third story on the Countdown tonight… too bad.

    Any meaningful assessment of the president's next step in Iraq must consider his steps and missteps so far.

    So, let's look at the record:

    Before Mr. Bush was elected, he said he was no nation-builder; nation-building was wrong for America.

    Now, he says it is vital for America.

    He said he would never put U.S. troops under foreign control. Today, U.S. troops observe Iraqi restrictions.

    He told us about WMDs. Mobile labs. Secret sources. Aluminum tubing. Yellow-cake.

    He has told us the war is necessary…Because Saddam was a threat; Because of 9/11; Osama bin Laden; al Qaeda; Because of terrorism in general; To liberate Iraq; To spread freedom; To spread democracy; To keep the oil out of the hands of terrorist-controlled states; Because this was a guy who tried to kill his dad.

    In pushing for and prosecuting this war, he passed on chances to get Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, Muqtada al-Sadr, Osama bin Laden.

    He sent in fewer troops than recommended. He disbanded the Iraqi Army, and "de-Baathified" the government. He short-changed Iraqi training.

    He did not plan for widespread looting, nor the explosion of sectarian violence.

    He sent in troops without life-saving equipment.

    Gave jobs to foreign contractors, not the Iraqis.

    Staffed U-S positions there, based on partisanship, not professionalism.

    We learned that "America had prevailed", "Mission Accomplished", the resistance was in its "last throes".

    He has said more troops were not necessary, and more troops are necessary, and that it's up to the generals, and removed some of the generals who said more troops would be necessary.

    He told us of turning points: The fall of Baghdad, the death of Uday and Qusay, the capture of Saddam, a provisional government,the trial of Saddam, a charter, a constitution, an Iraqi government, ¤elections, purple fingers, a new government, the death of Saddam.

    We would be greeted as liberators, with flowers.

    As they stood up–we would stand down, we would stay the course, we were never 'stay the course',

    The enemy was al Qaeda, was foreigners, terrorists, Baathists.

    The war would pay for itself, it would cost 1-point-7 billion dollars, 100 billion, 400 billion, half a trillion dollars.

    And after all of that, today it is his credibility versus that of generals, diplomats, allies, Republicans, Democrats, the Iraq Study Group, past presidents, voters last November, and the majority of the American people.

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  17. Anonymous9:12 AM

    U.S. Forces Raid Iranian Consulate in Iraq, Detain 5

    By Marc Wolfensberger and Robin Stringer
    Jan. 11 (Bloomberg)

    U.S. forces in Iraq raided Iran's consulate in the northern city of Arbil and detained five staff members, a state-run Iranian news service said.

    The U.S. soldiers disarmed guards and broke open the consulate's gate before seizing documents and computers during the operation, which took place today at about 5 a.m. local time, the Islamic Republic News Agency said. There was no immediate information on whether any of those detained are diplomats.

    The raid follows a warning yesterday to Iran and Syria from President George W. Bush in his address to the American people on a new strategy for Iraq. Bush accused Iran and Syria of aiding the movement of ``terrorists and insurgents'' in and out of Iraq and said the U.S. will ``seek out and destroy the networks providing advanced weaponry and training to our enemies.''

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  18. Anonymous9:13 AM

    Here we go.

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  19. Anonymous9:14 AM

    My guess is the Iranians will see this as an "act of war".


    Just like any other country would.

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  20. Peace be with you, Lydia. This year things will be better, all around.

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  21. I saw that as well, looks like they are trying to egg Iran on just as we said last night, Bush wants this war to escalate and become so big that talk of ending it will no longer be an option.

    Him and Karl remember the good old days when Americans rallied around him and his war and they still think Americans are sheep that can be manipulated by another war.

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  22. Anonymous9:18 AM

    Bush is out of control.

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  23. Is Texasshole blogging on my dime again? What a fraudulent felonious thug he is...

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  24. Carl said "Peace be with you, Lydia. This year things will be better, all around."

    I hope it will be a better year as well Carl, that was my initial impression, now that Bush appears to be starting WW3 who knows though.

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  25. No Carl I think the halfwit political operative and his minions are waiting to get their talking points from his master so they know how to spin this.

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  26. Anonymous9:22 AM

    Bush is out of control.

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  27. TalllTexan said...
    Carl, maybe this post of yours can win the Webby for Best Post:

    "How do you sleep with yourself, you crackwhore? How do you fucking look in the mirror to shave, knowing that there are real men and women fighting and dying do you can rip off that one dollar more from your country?

    You disgusting pig of a man. You're beneath my contempt. How dare you claim to be an American like me?

    6:47 PM"


    As well it should, since it's the unvarnished truth about you, you disgusting dirty little graft-taking stalker...

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  28. I posted something on my blog that I think might actually be a way out of Iraq, for the most part.

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  29. Anonymous9:23 AM

    Invading a foreign consulate, breaking down doors, ransacking the office, stealing their computers and documents, and arresting their nationals, is for any country, an act of war.

    Bush is doing more than egging them on Mike. He's backing them into a corner, and leaving them no choice but to take up open arms with against us.

    Bush is hell bent on starting WW3.

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  30. Anonymous9:24 AM

    Carl said...
    I posted something on my blog that I think might actually be a way out of Iraq, for the most part


    Post it here too Carl.

    Spread the word.

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  31. Look, guys, what did we expect when we selected a three-time loser in business and an unrecovered alcoholic to run the place?

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  32. Worfeus it would be interesting If Iran asked the UN to sanction the US for violating it's territory, which would make the Iranians seem calm and normal members of the UN and Bush seem like the punk he is.

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  33. Anonymous9:28 AM

    I was hoping he'd crawl off and get drunk somewhere, and let the grown-ups handle things.

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  34. I think they just might, say what you want about Iran's President, but he seems a hell of a lot smarter than GWB.

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  35. BTW did you like MY translating Bush's speech...

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  36. Bush neds to be impeached, theres no two ways about it, they need to investigate how he's handled the war and abused his power and impeach the idiot.

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  37. yeah its a perfect translation Clif, I didnt know you spoke idiot, but after talking to Troll Tex so long you must have learned to translate.

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  38. It isn't that hard MIKE, after all if you have children when they are still in diapers you learn how to communicate with little people to whom words are a liability, the trolls and idiots like bush just live with language as a liability and words as a second language..so translating was just a matter of memory on what sounds mean bush's diaper was full and what sounds meant he was pissing on him self.

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  39. Just posted an update to the thread. If you have a chance, please read the part about God at the bottom.
    Thanks.

    Also, does anyone think this really is setting up war with Iran?

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  40. Thanks Carl for the vote, I have to vote today and I'll vote for you too.
    xoxo

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  41. Yes Lydia, Bush and the neo-cons WANT a war with Iran, but know they can NOT invade like they did Iraq, so they will try to get Iran to attack the US forces or naval ships, and if that fails have Israel attack the Iranians nuke facilities, because I do not believe Bush intends to leave office with out taking Iran down like he took Iraq down.

    They will keep trying to provoke Iran with stunts like that.

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  42. I think that is certainly Bush's intention to escalate thinks and egg Iran on into war, he thinks its the only thing that can save his presidency.

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  43. I wonder if Troll Tex will blindly support Israel if the pre-emptively nuke the sovreign nation of Iran in an illegal act of war.................My guess is he will, because the partisan fool is blindly loyal to those he supports.

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  44. Oh no,run Henny Penny its WW3,run I tell you run!Run,Iran is going to attack us run,run,run away.I'm telling you this is huge,its huge I say......Its World War three at our doorstep!!!! Run Henny Penny....the sky is falling.

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  45. Anonymous10:46 AM

    Lydia said...

    Also, does anyone think this really is setting up war with Iran?

    Well, it sure looks like it.

    He is not saying this stuff cause he likes to hear himself talk.

    He's setting the stage, just like he did with Iraq.

    And the idiot talking about henny penny (words he got from that moron Rumsfeld) needs to shut his big fat mouth and go put a uniform on, and join in the combat he worships from a distance. Until then, he's just another greasy chickenhawk.

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  46. Anonymous10:48 AM

    History is dotted with fools like this moron. They are the fodder that facilitates evil dictators like George W Bush.

    Hell has a special place for these wretched souls, where they can suck the ass of their wicked masters for time and all eternity.

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  47. Worfeus isn't it GREAT that bush admitted Gen Shinseki was RIGHT after all and the moron who can't figure out whether he is crusty the clown or crybaby wufuss was wrong all along.....

    Bush admitted what Gen Shinseki told congress was correct and they needed the troops the general told then they needed, but because Bush is so stupid he listened to Dumsfeld and not a US army General, they screwed yup the war so badly he doesn't think it has gone very well at this point.

    It must suck to be so deluded you have to change your handle to try to make it seem like there are more trolls than there really is, let alone be outed as an idiot by the pResident of the US......

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  48. Anonymous11:04 AM

    Yes Clif. And it would be even greater if he not only admitted it, but acted like he understood it.

    Like you were saying last night, this 20,000 is nothing, and not going to change anything.

    20,000 won't make a difference.

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  49. Lets review some of the Surrender Monkeys predictions these past months.

    A global economic collapse due to rising oil prices.

    The Valerie Plame issue will cause the impeachment of Bush.

    Cheney would be lead out in handcuffs.

    Karl Rove would be in an orange jump suit.

    And now...Ta Da....World War III by spring time.

    What a friggin bunch of idiots.

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  50. Will Mike and wufuss be part of the surge? Will they at last really show their support and patriotism.Will they sign up as non-combatants? Will they go to Iraq and lead the anti-war protest or will they continue to sit on their fat asses and complain while doing nothing at all.

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  51. Wufuss crusty clone of troll, you lost in November, and you will lose in 2008, GET used to it little boy....losing is going to be synonymous with the repugnant hypocritical party of pedophile protection and corruption.

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  52. Anonymous11:16 AM

    Watch him squirm folks, like the worm he is.

    So afraid of having his own cowardice exposed, in being unwilling to serve in the war he is supporting with his mouth.

    A worm by any other name, is still a worm.

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  53. And NO crusty the clown, we WILL not be signing up in YOUR place son...after all it would be wrong to support an illegal war in any fashion son......like YOU do.

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  54. Anonymous11:20 AM

    squirm worm said...

    Will Mike and wufuss be part of the surge? Will they at last really show their support and patriotism.



    Notice how the evil mind works.

    He supports a war with his mouth, yet he himself refuses to enlist to fight it with his body.

    Yet he desperately tries to divert from his own cowardice, by suggesting that those who do not support the war, enlist to fight it, in his place.

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  55. Anonymous11:21 AM

    The good news is, cowards like him, usually get their due.

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  56. Worfeus this is from AMERICAblog and fits crusty the clown to a tee....

    Hey Chad, and the rest of you asshole trolls.

    Back in the sixties I was an avid protester against the war in Nam, and then I got drafted in '66. Rather than be a pussy like most of the current administration or the likes of O'Reilly, Hannity etc., I bit the bullet (so to speak) and served my time as an MP in the Army.

    As soon as I was discharged I returned to college and protested even more vehemently than ever.

    See, that's the difference here. I was strongly against the war but I didn't piss my pants when I was called. I went.

    You clowns are such cowardly pussies, you cheer on Bush and this illegal war on a daily basis but your too damn chickenshit to put your money where your mouth is. And you even have the stupidity to demand that those who oppose the war should join and fight while you sit on your fat asses, hiding behind a keyborad. No matter how old you get, you'll never fit the definition of A MAN.
    cobraguy | 01.11.07 - 12:39 pm | #

    Crusty is the chickenshit, and HE knows it.

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  57. Anonymous11:24 AM

    Patriotism is usually the refuge of the scoundrel.




    Mark Twain

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  58. Anonymous11:26 AM

    You're right Clif.

    That post fits the little worm like a glove.

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  59. Anonymous11:26 AM

    A rubber glove.

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  60. Anonymous11:27 AM

    The soul and substance of what customarily ranks as patriotism is moral cowardice, and always has been

    Mark Twain.

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  61. These pieces of crap wouldnt even know what Patriotism is if it bit them on the ass, they turned patriotism into a dirty word just like they did liberal.

    A patriot is not someone who supports war crimes or a tyrannical dictator destroying the constitution and our personal freedom and privacy or destroying our country's military and economic might and our international reputation so take your phony twisted version of patriotism and shove it up your ass, you slimy pathetic troll!

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  62. Patriotism, religion and nationalism cause far more evil and problems in the world than good, they give us reasons to hate and excuses for war.

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  63. I think if you two do sign up and show how patriotic you really are,you know how much you really support the troops in harms way perhaps the service you choose will serve you hot pockets and cheetos in the mess hall.You may even get a special pocket protector for your uniform.
    I think its great and I'm sure FF,TT would agree it will be one proud moment for the left wing loonies when you guys sign the paper.
    I'm so moved by wuffy and Mike signing up I'm getting a bit teary eyed.

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  64. Are Cheetos a Canadian delicacy? Moo Moo who hails from Canada, speaks constantly of Cheeto-dust, which makes me wonder....

    Why is Wufuss daddy so obsessed with cheetos?

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  65. Anonymous2:51 PM

    He is a twinkie.

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  66. Anonymous3:09 PM

    Lydia said

    "Are Cheetos a Canadian delicacy? Moo Moo who hails from Canada, speaks constantly of Cheeto-dust, which makes me wonder....

    Why is Wufuss daddy so obsessed with cheetos?"



    Uhhhhhhh....Lydia...you know very well Cheetos are the snack of choice of armchair philosophers who claim to have all the answers that simply dont exist....LOL!


    Also, my powers of influence are undeniable.

    :D

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  67. Anonymous3:19 PM

    Its not easy being the Master ya know.

    However, I must concede to WD's brilliant post........truly a thinker!

    "Will Mike and wufuss be part of the surge? Will they at last really show their support and patriotism.Will they sign up as non-combatants? Will they go to Iraq and lead the anti-war protest or will they continue to sit on their fat asses and complain while doing nothing at all."

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  68. Anonymous3:29 PM

    You sir are a sod and an ignoramus, you are master of nothing but your own ignorance.

    Might I suggest you relagate yourself to the ruffian blog where the infantile scoundrels with a romper room mentality congregate.

    You debate nothing sir, you merely insult with your bovine diversions.

    You add nothing of value or intelligence to this blog, this debate or this country you and your ilk are Roman's pushing the republic into oblivion.

    As I said to The one calling himself Freedom Fan, avoid matching wits with your betters lest you look like the utter nincompoop that you are.

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  69. Anonymous3:36 PM

    Might I ask you why two who vehemently oppose this illegal invasion and occupation would ever choose to support it?

    Might I also ask why you do not insult your own daughter since you obviously feel others should engage in tasks they find repugnant and causes they vehemently oppose.

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  70. Anonymous3:37 PM

    And Mike, Im very dissapointed in you for failing to pursue Worfs lie regarding a proposed bet.

    Conveniently, Worf claims someone must have impersonated him.....LOL!

    YUK YUK

    :D


    HO HO

    HE HE

    Yuk Yuk

    But I guess this is nothing new for you Mike......cowardly hiding when the going gets tough.......................LOL!

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  71. Anonymous3:40 PM

    Stange........I swear I hear some kind of insignificant meat filled carcass whispering in my ear???

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  72. Anonymous3:41 PM

    Probably nothing....JMM is used to illusion seekers seeking comfort from a harsh reality.

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  73. Anonymous3:44 PM

    Might I ask why a scoundrel and ruffian boasts of being the master while posting nothing but ignorance and babble.

    You sir are master of nothing but ignorance.

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  74. Anonymous3:46 PM

    I choose to vacate the blog till an individual with greater intellect arrives more worthy of reasoned debate.

    That rules out you and the majority of your associates sir.

    I go now.

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  75. Anonymous3:52 PM

    He he...........JMM is used to cowards...period!


    "Choice is an illusion between those with power and those without."

    BTW, wheres God? Even God is terrified of JMM!

    I challenge Him this very instant???

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  76. Anonymous4:11 PM

    Politics.....the endless, and unanswerable, futile circle that provides illusions to those seeking purpose.

    This very blog, proves 100%, beyond doubt, one of my very first posts here:

    "Mankind is incapable of getting along . Never has, never will.....LOL!

    :D

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  77. As I said to The one calling himself Freedom Fan, avoid matching wits with your betters lest you look like the utter nincompoop that you are.
    -Thu

    Thupid I realize you are far, far smarter than me, which is why ya allus sound kinda like a parrot endlessly repeating vacuous, prissy, limey words with nary a point in sight.

    However, my modest Conservative ideas are developed thoroughly over here.

    I welcome you to pop over and embarrass me silly with your awesome intellectual prowess.

    Waiting...

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  78. Anonymous4:32 PM

    You sir are a fop.

    I will be on later this evening after my second supper to show your utter ignorance to all, if you can muster the courage to face me be on in shall we say 1 1/2 hours if you dare.

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  79. Anonymous4:35 PM

    I shall expose your utter folly and daftness for all to see Freedom Fan.

    If you dare to match wits with me you will be brutally devasted for all to see sir, until then.

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  80. I'll alert the media...

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  81. Anonymous4:42 PM

    FF

    I request, you allow me the honor, of ripping the freshies turban?

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  82. But of course, young grasshopper. But be gentle with the addled cretin.

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  83. Anonymous4:55 PM

    Thank you, brother Cheeto FF, "and as we both know, were not here becuase we're free, wer'e here because were not free."

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  84. I'm here trying to free liberals enslaved by the chains of the mind.

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  85. Anonymous4:59 PM

    Johnny you're a compelete idiot.

    If I had accepted TT's bet, then I would be proclaimed the winner you numbskull.

    I did not however accept his bet, and therefore am entitled to no claim of victory.

    But if you persist in your stupidity, then perhaps I should hold TT to his 10,000 dollar promise?

    A promise which he has repeatedly offered to honor, in writing, should someone be able to prove that I or Mike accepted his wager.

    After all, his good friend Johnny says so, so it must be true.

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  86. Anonymous5:00 PM

    Someone please notify TT, that his debt is being called in.

    Called in by his good friend, Johnny Moo Moo. the genius.

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  87. Anonymous5:01 PM

    TT?


    Will that be cash, or check?

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  88. Anonymous5:09 PM

    Oh I'm sorry.

    Did I break your concentration?

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  89. Anonymous5:09 PM

    All the little monkey brains turning gears hard are they?

    Think hard boys.

    TT needs you.

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  90. Anonymous5:10 PM

    Perry Moo Moo said...

    And Mike, Im very dissapointed in you for failing to pursue Worfs lie regarding a proposed bet.

    Conveniently, Worf claims someone must have impersonated him.....LOL!

    YUK YUK

    :D


    HO HO

    HE HE

    Yuk Yuk


    Your articulate barrister has argued your case well, on your behalf TT.

    And with unusual eloquennce might I add.

    :|

    Your debt is now come due.

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  91. Anonymous5:11 PM

    Cash?

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  92. Anonymous5:11 PM

    Or Check?

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  93. Anonymous5:15 PM

    Boy I'll bet you're glad johnny's on your side now, huh?

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  94. Anonymous5:15 PM

    I know I am.

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  95. Anonymous5:19 PM

    Thu Serious

    There are billions of individuals on the ant farm who each have their own version of how they believe the trains should run on time.

    I suggest it is pure insanity to believe that billions of individuals could simultaneously agree to differing points of view, thus miraculously producing everlasting peace devoid of human emotion.


    Whats your take on this Buttlord?

    IDIOT....LOL!

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  96. Anonymous5:22 PM

    Johnny's asking all the wrong questions Mike.

    Only one question he needs to ask right now, and that one is to his good buddy, TalllTexan.


    And that question is....

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  97. Anonymous5:22 PM

    Cash?

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  98. Anonymous5:23 PM

    Or Check?

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  99. Anonymous5:24 PM

    I possibly recall TT making an offer..Im not sure!


    :D

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  100. Anonymous5:24 PM

    Hey Clif?

    You think the DNC will give us a finders fee?

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  101. Anonymous5:28 PM

    Johnny Matlock said...


    I possibly recall TT making an offer..Im not sure


    No, I'm sorry, but it's a little to late for that now.

    At 3:37 blog time today, you argued with your usual articulate ineptitude revealing that I was clearly lying in denying that I had accepted TT's bet, thus settling the matter once and for all, that we did indeed have a firm wager, and therefore his debt is now come due.

    Well done old chap.

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  102. Anonymous5:28 PM

    Jolly good show.

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  103. Anonymous5:29 PM

    Now if you would, please ask TT something for me, would you mind?

    Ask him...

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  104. Anonymous5:29 PM

    Cash?

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  105. Anonymous5:29 PM

    Or Check?

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  106. Anonymous5:29 PM

    There's a good lad.

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  107. Anonymous5:30 PM

    You're lucky to have this fellow TT.

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  108. Anonymous5:34 PM

    Does anyone remember Eric?

    Well, Im going to vote for his brilliant Chamberlain post.

    Now, all I have to do is find it from the 2005 archives?

    :|

    I still believe he spilt a Molson on his computer? I miss him......sniff!

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  109. Anonymous5:36 PM

    Yup.

    Very lucky.

    Guys like this must be hard to find.

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  110. Anonymous5:37 PM

    Worf said

    "No, I'm sorry, but it's a little to late for that now."

    Not really.....Im sure someone was impersonating me.

    :D

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  111. " QUAGMIRE WORFEUS said...
    Someone is misquoting me here.

    I never accepted a bet. I don't gamble. No one in my family gambles. We see it as a vice. A weakness.

    If I said "deal" I was clearly joking, which would have been made clear by surrounding posts.

    9:07 AM"

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  112. Anonymous5:41 PM

    In fact, he must be one in a million.

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  113. Anonymous5:46 PM

    Oh I know TT I know... believe me you're preachin to the choir.

    If it was up to me you know I'd be cool with it, but your boy Johnny just put it all together, and pointed out that I clearly accepted your bet.

    I just cannot stand in the face of such finely honed logic as his, as I'm sure you're aware, so we're just gonna have to let his argument be the final word on it.

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  114. Anonymous5:46 PM

    That johnny.... he's a keeper.

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  115. Anonymous5:48 PM

    Now the only thing we need to figure out now is...

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  116. Anonymous5:48 PM

    Cash?

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  117. Anonymous5:48 PM

    Worf

    That was an imposter posing as me in that mysterious 3:37 pm post?



    Honest.....

    :D

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  118. Anonymous5:49 PM

    Or Check?

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  119. Anonymous5:49 PM

    And no, I'm pretty sure the DNC doesn't take Diners Club.

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  120. TERRORIZING TERRORISTS

    By RALPH PETERS

    January 10, 2007 -- WE'LL get you. No matter how long it takes, we'll get you. That's the message our special-operations forces just sent to al Qaeda fugitives in Somalia - and everywhere else.

    With AC-130 gunships pounding terrorist hide-outs and training sites in the badlands near the Kenyan border, we may have nailed senior al Qaeda figures involved in bombing our embassies in Nairobi and Dar Es Salaam. At the very least, we killed some really bad hombres.

    As always, terrorist propagandists will claim that only innocent civilians suffered, and media sympathizers will echo their nonsense. Fortunately, though, most pro-terrorist journalists and "human-rights advocates" are preoccupied just now with the awful mistreatment of poor, misunderstood Saddam Hussein.

    And the devastation left behind by our gunships is only part of a very big U.S. win:

    * Thanks to resolute military action by Ethiopia's government (quietly backed by Washington), the terror regime in Mogadishu crumbled overnight - collapsing the lie that extremist Islam is on the march to an inevitable victory.

    * The speed of the Ethiopian advance cornered hundreds of hardcore Islamist fighters in a forlorn backwater, where they can be killed out of sight of their media defenders. And be killed they will.

    * Islamist outrages and subversion inspired unprecedented cooperation between moderate Somalis, Ethiopians, Kenyans and Americans.

    For its part, the Kenyan government grew sick of Somalia exporting hatred, weapons and terror. Now Kenyan troops have sealed their border so al Qaeda's agents can't escape.

    * Far from being a growing threat - as America-haters insist - al Qaeda's on the run. Confident that they had a new refuge in Somalia, international terrorists instead find themselves scrambling to escape justice.

    * Our special-ops forces are getting their revenge: After Army Rangers and Delta Force troops won a hands-down victory in the streets of Mogadishu back in 1993, President Bill Clinton sold them out (as the Pelosi-Reid Democrats threaten to do to our soldiers in Iraq on a greater scale). Now they're killing al Qaeda fanatics and their local allies with the full support of a new Somali government.

    Much remains unresolved in Somalia - it won't turn into a quiet garden spot any year soon. But no amount of rationalizations by anti-American voices can disguise the fact that this has been a huge defeat for radical Islam and its terrorist vanguard: They're homeless again.

    Fanatical dreams of re-establishing - and extending - the Muslim caliphate on the African continent are suddenly in shambles (although our enemies, from al Qaeda to the Saudi royal family, won't give up just yet). Far from impressing the world with its strength, extremist Islam just revealed its inherent weakness again: Average Muslims don't like it and won't defend it.

    Yes, there's plenty of anti-Ethiopian emotion in the streets of Mogadishu today - but that's not the same as pro-Islamist sentiment.

    As for al Qaeda's media pals, they'll try to play down the scope of this defeat, lying that only a few foreign terrorists were in Somalia. But even apart from the number of fanatics now lying dead in mango swamps, snake-ridden forests and scrubland, the psychological blow to al Qaeda has been huge: Mired in Iraq and hunkered down in remote rat-holes in Pakistan, Terror International, Inc. has been robbed of its biggest success story since 9/11.

    The Islamists lost their vital beach-head in the Horn of Africa. Even Sudan, for all its villainy, is wary of associating with al Qaeda today (Khartoum has enough problems).

    Of course, not all in the region is exactly as it seems on the surface. The do-it-in-the-dark boys - our military special-operations forces and CIA personnel - have been deeply involved in getting this one right. Joint Task Force Horn of Africa, the American regional headquarters in Djibouti, has been a consistently effective player, too, punching well above its weight. JTF-HOA is an economy-of-force operation that returns a huge strategic dividend on the taxpayer's investment.

    We owe all of our engaged military and intelligence personnel - overt, covert and clandestine - a debt of thanks.

    But the thanks won't be public. As always, our special operators will fade back into the strategic mist. Some may have been on the ground in Somalia throughout this operation, helping out with intelligence and targeting, nudging key actions along and hunting specific terrorists. The use of AC-130 gunships - incredibly effective weapons - against massed terrorists may have been cued by cell-phone intercepts, but I wouldn't discount brave Americans on the ground directing those airstrikes.

    That's speculation, of course. But I can guarantee two things to Post readers: First, Somalia and the world are better off with the Islamists on the run and living in terror themselves, and, second, our special operations forces - from all of the services - are greater heroes than the history books or Hollywood films will ever be able to capture.

    Whack 'em again, guys.

    Ralph Peters is a retired Army officer and the author of "Never Quit The Fight."

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  121. Anonymous5:54 PM

    If I ever catch the guy who impersonated me in that 3:37 pm post, I,ll make sure he /she ssuffers the mostunbearable torture of watching re-runs of TCFC.

    :D

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  122. Anonymous5:55 PM

    Oh I'm sorry TT.

    Was I not clear?


    Or were you just trying to bury your embarrassment with a nice long multipage post, that had nothing to do with what any of us were talking about?

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  123. Anonymous5:55 PM

    Well no matter.

    I'm your huckleberry.

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  124. Anonymous5:55 PM

    The only thing we need to know from you tonight is...

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  125. Anonymous5:56 PM

    CASH?

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  126. Anonymous5:56 PM

    OR CHECK?

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  127. I was hoping Carl the rodeo clown would show up. That was the best laugh of the day!

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  128. Anonymous6:00 PM

    You guys are pathetic.


    Johnny the idiot argues that we had a bet, and now you welch.

    You sir, are a WELCH, and until your debt is paid, shall be dubbed such by all who enter herein.

    WELCHER.

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  129. Anonymous6:01 PM

    TT

    Any ideas on who might have imersonated me?


    I want to get to the bottom of this.

    :D

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  130. Anonymous6:01 PM

    Maybe you could borrow it from your pet weasal there.

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  131. Anonymous6:03 PM

    Well, you guys bore me. I don't think there's a functional brain cell between the two of you.


    TT? Pay up.


    Moo Moo? Thanks for helping me make you look stupid.

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  132. No ideas at all, Worf. Does clicking on your name map back to your actual account?

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  133. Anonymous6:03 PM

    Course, you really didn't need my help.

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  134. Anonymous6:04 PM

    That 3:37 pm post was not mine......honest.....really!


    :D

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  135. Anonymous6:04 PM

    Chow losers.

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  136. Anonymous6:06 PM

    Wheres my new buddy, Thu Serious?

    :|

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  137. Anonymous6:09 PM

    Bye coward...LOL!


    And for heavens sakes, clean your nostrils,.....they're orange from massive Cheeto dust.

    :|

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  138. In any event, Worf, your subsequant repudiation of the alleged wager offer would function as a constructive breach and/or an anticipatory breach, but nice try.

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  139. Anonymous6:19 PM

    You guys are kinda slow huh?

    TT.

    I didn't make your case.

    You good buddy, Johnny, the neutral canadian moose did.

    You're talking to the wrong party here. Talk to your lawyer, moo moo.

    He's the one that made your case.

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  140. Anonymous6:19 PM

    The ONLY thing I need to know from you is...

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  141. Anonymous6:20 PM

    Cash?

    ReplyDelete
  142. Anonymous6:20 PM

    Or Check?

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  143. Anonymous7:32 PM

    Well, while the trolls giggle with their juvenile glee, Bush is busy preparing the stage for war with Iran.

    According to everyone on Joe Scarborough and Countdown, and Hardball, and the Situation Room, Bush appears to be planning on striking Iran from the air, with the hopes of forcing them to strike back, so that he can use their retaliation to claim aggression, and declare war on them.

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  144. Anonymous7:33 PM

    And given the occasion, I hate to say it Lydia, but we are fucked.

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  145. Anonymous7:35 PM

    Bush is clearly out of control, and if he attacks Iran he could damage us permanently in the international community.

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  146. Anonymous7:36 PM

    And turn the entire middle east on its ear.


    And something tells me, just call it a crazy hunch, but something tells me neither China, nor Russia, are going to just "sit back" and watch us attack their oil supplies.

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  147. Anonymous7:40 PM

    War with Iran.


    Does the President have this authority?

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  148. Worf, I've been out of the loop on these developments -- do you have any links about this.

    You may be right, but I think if Bush were to strike Iran, he would induce them to strike us first, not unlike FDR and Pearl Harbor. I also think that the United States striking Iran would be a much better option than letting the Isaraelis do it. If they struck Iran, the entire ME would side with Iran. As it is, the Saudis AND the Israelis would not mind it in the least if we defanged Iran.

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  149. Anonymous7:44 PM

    Article 1, Section 8 of the US Constitution says no.

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  150. Worf, as far as I know, the Russians EXPORT oil, so a strike on Iran would raise prices and result in more income to them. The European weenies would never admit it, but they would likely cheer on a US strike.

    China could be aginst us on this one, but I wouldn't mind driving a wedge between China and Russia.

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  151. Anonymous7:47 PM

    No, TT I don't have any links.

    I can't link to the Cable TV.

    Watch the rerun of Scarborough Country tonight.

    Or watch Chris Matthews on Hardball, or Chris Matthews last night.

    Or watch any of the CNN or MSNBC news shows.

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  152. Anonymous7:48 PM

    Also you might ask yourself why he would be sending Patriot Missles to the region.

    We can't really use them in Iraq right now.

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  153. Anonymous7:50 PM

    First, he doesn't have the legal authority to strike Iran.

    Second, if you are on board with that, then you're as insane as the master in whom's service you have sacrificed your soul.

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  154. Johnny Moo Moo if the 3:37 post was an impostor;

    Johnny moo moo said...

    And Mike, Im very disappointed in you for failing to pursue Worfs lie regarding a proposed bet.

    Conveniently, Worf claims someone must have impersonated him.....LOL!

    YUK YUK

    :D


    HO HO

    HE HE

    Yuk Yuk

    But I guess this is nothing new for you Mike......cowardly hiding when the going gets tough.......................LOL!

    3:37 PM

    Posted by ID #
    http://www2.blogger.com/profile/08946656904829416348

    the same ID# that posted this son;

    ohnny moo moo said...

    Worf

    That was an imposter posing as me in that mysterious 3:37 pm post?



    Honest.....

    :D

    5:48 PM

    Posted by ID # http://www2.blogger.com/profile/08946656904829416348


    Which means the exact same person made both posts son,

    And proves both, Worfeus was right you F*CKED Tiny up the rear with your stupidity, and then LIED about it Stupid Moo Moo...how pathetic can YOU get son.

    At least Lydia and everybody selse can see you for the gutless liar you are son...and your just too stupid to realize there was a way to verify your blog identify even if you want to hide your profile...

    See son when I was spoofing you gaydald and dolt, I let people KNOW it right away..so If your confused go back to the pink pajama circle jerk blog and ask the white sheeted gaydalf if what I am saying is NOT true...

    BTW son you can delete the contents of the posts but do not have the capabilities to wipe the post itself off the computer son, thus your moniker and the time stamps will remain, and since I have reposted the contents your deceit is preserved son, so everyone will be capable of seeing you for the LIAR and gutless punk you always have been.....


    your NO MASTER stupid but just another impostor troll.

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  155. Worf, did you know that we have deployed stealth bombers to South Korea, and F-22 Raptors to Japan? All in the last month. This may be wider than the ME.

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  156. Anonymous7:58 PM

    Well, that might have something to do with Kim Jong Il firing off nuclear weapons?

    Just maybe?

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  157. Anonymous8:12 PM

    Clif said...

    And proves both, Worfeus was right you F*CKED Tiny up the rear with your stupidity


    :D

    Like I said.

    I'm glad he's on their side.

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  158. Mark Levin is now advocating the total obliteration of Iran.

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  159. Tiny with friends like the idiot Moo Moo you do not need us harassing your ignorance, he is enough of a burden for you to bear... no wonder you have no real time to write much your self, you have to deal with that Idiot don't cha non-texan.

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  160. Clif, is the previous thread, you made reference to one "Gary Bush." Were you referring to George Bush or were you having another "Borat moment."

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  161. Tiny sucks to be outed by a "friend" doesn't it son?

    BTW since Johnny found the "proof" you gonna pay up son...we all KNOW you deleted the agreement with Mike, but seems you missed the agreement with Worfeus....and Worfeus is right

    the only real question now son;


    CASH



    Or





    Check.....



    which is it son?

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  162. Worf claims it was a forgery. Are you calling Worf a liar?

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  163. Son I am not saying when Worfeus asked you;


    cash


    or


    check;


    her was lying...

    He asked it MORE thsan once son,


    and you can check the registration numbers it was Worfeus son.

    He did not lie when he asked;


    cash


    or



    check;


    did he?

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  164. If it was a forgery, then there was no bet, and, I'm not going to spend 900 comments again to establish that.

    Who is "Gary Bush."

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  165. Anonymous8:32 PM

    TalllTexan said...
    Worf claims it was a forgery. Are you calling Worf a liar?


    Well, you're exagerating now TT.

    I didn't claim it was a forgery.

    I "suggested" it "might" be, but I never said it was.

    Besides.

    Your "good friend" Johnny the Brain Moo Moo put an end to that idea once and for all.

    In the spirit of bi-partisanship, I have decided to accept his conclusions, and argument, that I was lying when I said it might be a forgery, and relinquishing my feeble claims that I did not accept your wager.

    And I'm sure the DNC will be glad I did.

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  166. Tiny see Worfeus is NO liar, but you might be NOW son.

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  167. And, where the dickens is that goofball Carl the rodeo clown? He's a wonderful source of amusement and a good candidate for the Hair Club for Men.

    Maybe the question isn't "Where is Carl the rodeo clown?" but "What position is Carl the rodeo clown in?"

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  168. Anonymous8:34 PM

    Now before Clif answers you question on Gary Bush, please answer one simple question for us.

    Will that be...

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  169. Anonymous8:34 PM

    Cash?

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  170. Anonymous8:34 PM

    Or Check?

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  171. Tiny I forgot a comma, you welshed on two bets NOW son....

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  172. This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.

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  173. Anonymous8:39 PM

    Here TT. Its not exactly a link but I pulled this off TP for you.

    Since you're so out of the loop n all.

    Matthews Battles Snow Over Iran Attack, Says He Fears ‘Extra-Constitutional War’

    Tonight on MSNBC, Chris Matthews aggressively questioned White House Press Secretary Tony Snow about whether President Bush’s rhetoric last night was a “precursor for a rationale for an attack” on Iran.

    Matthews said he feared the Bush administration would use a skirmish with Iranian fighters in Iraq as a reason to “bomb the hell out of them and hit their nuclear installations without any without any action by Congress. That’s the scenario I fear, an extra-constitutional war is what I’m worried about.”

    Snow told Matthews “you have been watching too many old movies,” but Matthews interrupted. “No, I’ve been watching the war in Iraq, is what I’ve been watching.”

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  174. Clif, if you can honestly provide a link to a blogger.com site that establishes what you claim, then I'll consider it. Any link to LydiaCornell.com could have been edited, so, no offense, but I won't trust it.

    Nonetheless, the moment Worf said no to the wager offer, the offer was dead.

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  175. Clif I dont know how to make a link, and when I type in the url in doesnt work, but it is the GOP pedophilia thread where Troll Tex posted ann coulter at the top.

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  176. That post CLEARLY shows an offer and acceptance of said offer with no denial what so ever.

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  177. Tiny why do you pick on punctuation and spelling but ignore the real debate, are you that STUPID like your buddy Johnny is, or are you just a lying repugnant reichwingnut troll who is in here to derail; the blog, now that Bush has decided to allow Israel to bomb Iran, and is planning on defending the Israeli planes as they fly into Iranian air space, which means we would be as complacent in Israel's attack on Iran as we were when we got Saddam to attack Iran for us....Olmert needs to be careful, the Bush crime family has a BAD history for coddling their criminal foreign co conspirators after the crime is committed, I would tell Olmert to ask Saddam but the US had another puppet government wipe him out before the truth came out, Olmert could ask Norieaga if Bush allows Olmert to as Norieaga any questions, but I doubt that son...

    So he is left to check out what the Bush crime family does to the people they use after those people are no longer useful to the Bush's...Oh yea, tell Olmert to look up Chalibi if he can find him....Chalibi might have some thing relevant to say on this also.

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  178. "Mike said...
    Clif I dont know how to make a link"

    NO! You're kidding, right?

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  179. can someone help me get the link so we can see it, I have it bookmarked but I dont know how to make a link and the url i posted before doesnt seem to work.

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  180. Mike e-mail it to me....

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  181. http://www.blogger.com/comment.g?blogID=9102706&postID=11597985722

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  182. BTW tiny there was a day you could NOT make a link either son, in fact unless your a computer NERD son, you proly did not know about hyper-linking before Bush was appointed pResident by Five justices that didn't think the people's votes should really be counted.

    and we all know you have no conscience to this day son, you prove it here daily....

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  183. There it works now, go almost all the way to the bottom of the thread and you will CLEARLY see TT offering Worf the bet and Worf accepting immediately by saying deal!

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  184. Mike I have the full link. but eBlogger is saying " We're sorry, but we were unable to complete your request."

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  185. Anonymous8:54 PM

    Its hard to show you how to make a link in here Mike.

    The code will not display because the HTML page interprets it as code, and show's a link.

    You need to add an href tag.

    It's

    <

    then

    a

    then a SPACE

    then

    href

    then

    =

    then

    "

    then

    http

    then

    ://

    then

    your URL

    then

    "

    then

    >


    then the text you want to link.

    then

    <

    then

    /

    then

    a

    then

    >

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  186. I just pasted it in the browser and it worked Clif, do a copy and paste.

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  187. Clif, that URL doesn't work for me. Give me the link to the LydiaCornell.com page and I'll get the blogger page from there.

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  188. I get the same error that Clif gets.

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  189. well the link doesnt seem to work, but it works when i past the url in the browser.

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  190. past the 8:49PM url in your browser.

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  191. Mike I have, but I still get the error message....cut and paste the relevant posts......with name and time stamp.....

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  192. I did yesterday, i'll do it again if you want.

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  193. Explosion in the US embassy in Athens Greece...not good news.

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  194. TalllTexan said...

    Worf, I have proposal for you. If the Dems retake either house of Congress, then I'll donate $10,000 to the the DNC.

    If they don't, then you donate $10,000 to the RNC. Deal?

    4:20 PM

    11:46 AM


    WORFEUS said...
    Deal!

    11:47 AM

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  195. Blast rips through U.S. embassy compound in Athens


    ATHENS (Reuters) - An explosion ripped through the U.S. embassy compound in central Athens on Friday, a police source said.

    It was not clear what caused the blast and there was no immediate word on whether there were any casualties.

    Police cordoned off all roads around the embassy.

    Police officials at the scene said that whatever caused the explosion damaged the official embassy sign outside the mission, but there was little other indication of the extent of damage inside.

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  196. Anonymous9:09 PM

    Where's Howard Deans money?

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  197. Anonymous9:09 PM

    Great.

    Now the Greeks hate us.

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