No more American soldiers lost to a Civil war.
It is dubbya who ignores the almost universal understanding that this war will not be won by soldiers.
He needs to be removed ASAP due to his abject incompetance as demonstrated by his near total failure as a warrior.
Such short sightedness Mr. Coose. Is that your end all and be all answer? No forest for you I guess. Watch out for that tree.
Watch out for that fundamentalist attack that comes from the treeless site beyond the forest we are now lost in.
See we are building walls in Baghdad neighborhoods these days? That'll do it for sure.
Hindsight is 20/20, Coose. We pull out and 5 years from now we may have peace with our Muslim neighbors, which we haven't had for a couple thousand years or tens of thousands of innocent Americans will be dead in a massive terrorist attack. I see at least 2 branches to that tree. You see only a single leaf at the end of a twig at the end of a branch protruding from the very base of that single tree. Actually, I think your point of view we be more conducive to viewing the roots of that tree.
[quote]Fact show republicans support the rich and hurt the poor. Where have you been the past few years. Look at the way they treat the elderly and the poor
Bumping this one for your response Unionman. Why don't you shock us and actually back up a comment??
And if he does, Mickey, it'll be with a link to some "irrefutable" source ... like MoveOn, or Huffington.com, or maybe even DemocraticUnderground. :roll:
All of which are about as balanced as WorldNetDaily, the favored source for AMGers.
[quote]All of which are about as balanced as WorldNetDaily, the favored source for AMGers.
OK Pat, since you really haven't add much in your first 47 posts, do you agree with Unionman that Republicans don't care about others who aren't as fortunate?
How about them walls, huh? We're building walls to separate the waring factions in the civil war now? What a waste of time, energy, money and the blood of US service people. Hell, let them kill each other! It's only our fight because "W" insists it be. Doesn't want to go down in history as the fool he is.
It is inevitable though. This endeavor is doomed to fail. You can't jam democracy down the throats of those who don't have a clue what it really is.
[b]Special Report Acting Out[/b]
By Paul Beston
Sometimes it seems that self-control in America is like the hats that men wore in old movies -- a habit from a distant time. Last week, we got object lessons in how destructive self-indulgence can be, from the deadly rampage of Seung-Hui Cho to the nearly treasonous irresponsibility of Harry Reid. What this country needs more than anything is a good dose of personal repression.
[size=24]Reid: We Have Met the Enemy, and It Is Bush[/size]
Monday, April 23, 2007
WASHINGTON â€” Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid effectively declared war Monday on the U.S. commander in chief, calling President Bush the "odd man out" on Iraq and vowing to use Congress to try to change what he said was Bush's "shoot first" diplomacy.
In a scathing speech seemingly aimed at shaming the president into calling for a withdrawal, Reid said the Bush administration is in denial about the war, incompetent in its conduct and unwilling to listen to alternatives.
put a stop to building that 3 mile 12 foot tall wall in Baghdad to separate the Suni and Shiia. Jesus, does the left hand know what the right hand is doing? This hardly seems a unified effort.
Watch you head Charlie 8)
[size=18]HERO REIDS DEM THE RIOT ACT[/size]
By GEOFF EARLE, Post Correspondent
HARRY REIDApril 24, 2007 -- WASHINGTON - A tough U.S. Marine stationed in one of the most hostile areas of Iraq has a message for Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid: "We need to stay here and help rebuild."
In raw and emotional language from the bloody front lines, Cpl. Tyler Rock, of the 1st Battalion, 6th Marines, skewered Reid for being far removed from the patriotism and progress in Iraq.
[quote]"Yeah, and I got a quote for that [expletive] Harry Reid. These families need us here," Rock vented in an e-mail[/quote]
These soldiers have a lot of damn nerve militarizing the political process.
Harry Reid Revisits Controversial "War is Lost" Statement
That of course didn’t come out exactly as I wanted it.WSJ Link
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