Old 27th May 2004, 13:55   #1
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Bush's failure in Iraq!

Bush's failure in Iraq!

Before the start of the war in Iraq, the Bush administration wrongly claimed that Iraq was an imminent threat to the USA and had weapons of mass destruction and that there was a link between Saddam and al-Qaeda in the 9/11 attacks in the USA. It has since been learned that those questionable reasons given to the American people to gain support for the war against Iraq, turned out to be false. There were no weapons of mass destruction, and no link between Saddam and al-Qaeda. Now the USA is fighting an unjustified, unnecessary war against Iraq, our soldiers, American civilian workers, and our coalition allies, etc, are being killed. There has been a scandal over the mistreatment of Iraqi prisoners. A group of disgustingly perverted people in the U.S. military brought shame and disgrace to our country, they beat, sexually abused, took humiliating nude pornographic pictures, and also tortured and killed prisoners. A U.S. soldier even raped an Iraqi boy. That was such a dispicable perverted crime commited against that boy, it's sickening. The soldier or whoever it was that did it, someone should take a baseball bat and bust his head open. The USA is supposed to uphold itself up to higher standards than that. G W Bush has tried unsuccessfully to convince people that the war in Iraq is a part of the war against terrorism, like the war in Afghanistan. When Saddam was running Iraq he had the borders under control, and kept out the terrorists. That's not to say there weren't some terrorists there, there were probably a small number. Instead of lessening terrorism, Bush's war in Iraq has been a failure and caused terrorism to grow and spread. In Iraq where there were almost no terrorists, now they're flooding into that country. They want to kill as many U.S. and coalition soldiers, etc, as they can, and thwart the USA's plans for the future of Iraq.



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Old 27th May 2004, 14:14   #2
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Old 27th May 2004, 14:17   #3
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Good plan, you can never have too much bush, even better if it's all in once place at one time.......

And scootiedude I'm beginning to sense a theme to your posts , call it a sixth sense...
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Old 27th May 2004, 14:21   #4
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Old 27th May 2004, 15:21   #5
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Good plan, you can never have too much bush, even better if it's all in once place at one time.......
I personally support anything that adds foliage to the poonany area.

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Old 27th May 2004, 15:24   #6
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Old 27th May 2004, 15:35   #7
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Old 27th May 2004, 15:36   #8
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Good plan, you can never have too much bush, even better if it's all in once place at one time.......
I agree, as long as it is kept well away from the girl I am feeding on at the time...

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Old 27th May 2004, 16:12   #10
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having bush and failure in the same line is an oxymoron.
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Oh no! We must not remember the far worse atrocities the Clinton Administration was!

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Old 28th May 2004, 00:59   #14
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Old 28th May 2004, 02:50   #15
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Re: Bush's failure in Iraq!

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Bush's failure in Iraq!

Before the start of the war in Iraq, the Bush administration wrongly claimed that Iraq was an imminent threat to the USA and had weapons of mass destruction and that there was a link between Saddam and al-Qaeda in the 9/11 attacks in the USA. It has since been learned that those questionable reasons given to the American people to gain support for the war against Iraq, turned out to be false. There were no weapons of mass destruction, and no link between Saddam and al-Qaeda. Now the USA is fighting an unjustified, unnecessary war against Iraq, our soldiers, American civilian workers, and our coalition allies, etc, are being killed. There has been a scandal over the mistreatment of Iraqi prisoners. A group of disgustingly perverted people in the U.S. military brought shame and disgrace to our country, they beat, sexually abused, took humiliating nude pornographic pictures, and also tortured and killed prisoners. A U.S. soldier even raped an Iraqi boy. That was such a dispicable perverted crime commited against that boy, it's sickening. The soldier or whoever it was that did it, someone should take a baseball bat and bust his head open. The USA is supposed to uphold itself up to higher standards than that. G W Bush has tried unsuccessfully to convince people that the war in Iraq is a part of the war against terrorism, like the war in Afghanistan. When Saddam was running Iraq he had the borders under control, and kept out the terrorists. That's not to say there weren't some terrorists there, there were probably a small number. Instead of lessening terrorism, Bush's war in Iraq has been a failure and caused terrorism to grow and spread. In Iraq where there were almost no terrorists, now they're flooding into that country. They want to kill as many U.S. and coalition soldiers, etc, as they can, and thwart the USA's plans for the future of Iraq.



Redundancy has just been redefined by this post.

Yes, Bush's overthrow of a horrible despot has spawned an influx of foreign fighters and an increase of Islamic fundamentalists within the borders of Iraq. Yes, his reasons for going into Iraq were far more than dubious. Yes, he blatantly and moronically tried to place "Operation Iraqi Freedom" under the umbrella of the war on terror. But what is your point? What are you trying to argue? What does your post say that hasn't already said by several members of these forums on various occasions?
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Old 28th May 2004, 03:57   #16
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having bush and failure in the same line is an oxymoron.
Oh, you must have meant:

"President bush helps" is an oxymoron. Now I get it.

wait...


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Old 28th May 2004, 04:41   #17
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Funny is the fact that we had to invade an entire country to find Saddam, yet Dan Rather has a face to face interview with him a month before.

Dan Rather could find him, Bush and his armies could not.

Failure is an understatement.

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Old 28th May 2004, 13:25   #18
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Funny is the fact that we had to invade an entire country to find Saddam, yet Dan Rather has a face to face interview with him a month before.

Dan Rather could find him, Bush and his armies could not.

Failure is an understatement.
So your'e saying that big fat guy with the beard,
who was hiding in a hole, and is now sitting in a jail cell,
is somebody else and not Saddam?
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Old 28th May 2004, 16:31   #19
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No, saying that Dan Rather just flew over in a plane and met face to face with him but Bush had to invade an entire country and it took months to find him.

1 60 something year old man had no problem finding him. How long and how many American lives did it take Bush?

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Old 28th May 2004, 17:53   #20
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Did you ever think that Saddam invited Dan Rather to his palace for that interview?
Which means he didn't have to go looking all over the countryside for him.
Might explain why he found him quicker than our troops did.
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That's what Dan Rather pointed out in the interview (that Saddam wanted the interview done), saying that Saddam wanted to show he had nothing to hide.
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Old 28th May 2004, 22:57   #22
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No, saying that Dan Rather just flew over in a plane and met face to face with him but Bush had to invade an entire country and it took months to find him.

1 60 something year old man had no problem finding him. How long and how many American lives did it take Bush?
Are you being deliberatly stupid?
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Old 29th May 2004, 03:22   #23
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who cares? i mean, let's face it - saddam wasn't a problem from the moment the war started.

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Saddam was neither a threat to the U.S. or his surrounding targets.......err, victims.............errrr, countries.
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Old 29th May 2004, 09:05   #25
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I think scootiedude is a more advanced version of Shabaviz55. Probably a version 2.0 or news thread only version.
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Maybe.
But I think he's a KoolAid drinker from moveon.org,
sent out across the internet to spread their message of doom and gloom
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Iraq war won't have any winners

Iraq war won't have any winners

The beheading of Nick Berg was a terrible atrocity, but the news coverage of it was overblown. There have been other instances of American civilians killed in Iraq during the course of the war, i don't see any difference in the way they died. Bombs and bullets can't tell the difference between the good guys and the bad guys. Smart bombs don't kill, only the "evildoers". The weapons of mass destruction didn't even exist, and there was never a link between Saddam Hussein and al-Qaeda in the 9/11 attacks. Al-Qaeda carried out those attacks on it's own. The truth is that we are killing the Iraqi's and the Iraqi's are killing us, although at a slower pace. We have all the weapons, the best technology, and we also have a war-mongering president. G W Bush led the USA into war based on flawed and fabricated evidence, that changed from the tons and tons of weapons of mass destruction and a nuclear capability, to a liberation of the Iraqi people from the evil grasp of Saddam. Bush proudly announced that he is a "war president" hoping to keep his administration in office for four more years. Am I against the troops over there doing their duty for our country? No. Am I against the Iraqi's? No. I am against Bush, and his war in Iraq. This war is a losing propostion. Outright lies and deceit can't justify war. Bush is creating more hatred and anti-American sentiment than either Osama bin Laden or Saddam could ever have hoped.
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Tax money misused by Bush

Mr. G W Bush has decided to fill the national oil reserves to capacity. We have been at war since 2002, when oil prices were low and since we are at war we should have been prepared for every emergency. Yet Bush waited until gas was at record highs. I'm sure the oil companies are laughing big time all the way to the bank and will no doubt show their appreciation with huge contributions Bush's re-election campaign. Tax dollars are so easy to spend. Bush has proved that by going from a large surplus to a huge deficit and no end in sight. Think what it would have done for our economy if the billions spent on Bush's unnecessary war in Iraq had been used on home defense, improving our energy grids, schools, health care and child care programs, creating jobs instead of outsourcing them. Bush is more concerned with changing the world than improving our own country. His chief economic advisor said that it is good that U.S. jobs are going to third-world countries, because it is improving their economies. Evidently Bush, couldn't agree more since they have just signed more free-trade agreements. We still have more jobs to give and maybe he'll throw in a few million extra in aid. It's only tax dollars, right?.
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And how much money are you being paid to further your political agenda on this forum, Mr Mopeder?

I am getting sick and tired of people with a political agenda joining this forum for the sole purpose of furthering that agenda.

Do you have any idea of what winamp is? Or for that matter what an mp3 is?
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Not an appropriate place to bring up such concerns, wally. He has as much right as anyone to post here.

Until people decide that non-winamp discussion is disallowed, anyone should be allowed to speak.

Sorry if I'm representing my opinion as fact in that

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Not an appropriate place to bring up such concerns, wally. He has as much right as anyone to post here.
He certainly has the right to post his opinion on any issue he chooses. However, it's blatantly obvious that he gives no consideration to what anyone else has already posted. On top of that, he won't even respond to any post challenging or questioning him directly.
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@Zootm: You seem to forget I also have the right to voice my concerns, and I am concerned about people signing up on a media player forum to further a political agenda. And since he has posted in this thread, it is an appropriate place to challenge him.

And Dawg4Life2K1 is correct, this person has a post and run habit, he posts an accusation, but does not stick around to back it up. I guess he's too busy running to other forums to do similar things.
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Old 13th June 2004, 02:50   #33
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After seeing Wally's first post regarding mopeder, I did a quick search on all his posts, and Wally is correct on mopeder's posting habits. Would say it's good ol' Shabba...
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Did you ever think that Saddam invited Dan Rather to his palace for that interview?
Which means he didn't have to go looking all over the countryside for him.
Might explain why he found him quicker than our troops did.
Point is at that moment in time we knew exactly where he was. There was no doubt as it was being sent live to a satellite and to CBS. Instead of having hundreds of dead American soldiers we would have lost Saddam and Dan Rather and considering Dan's age he doesn't have a quantity of years left.

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Are you being deliberatly stupid?
No, just looking at it from a sensible side. We knew where he was just like we knew exactly where Osama was. Did we take them out and save many lives when we had the chance? Hell no, we waited and came back later on after weeks and weeks of bullshitting from the administration on all the things they were going to do to find them. They had plenty of time to not only disappear but plenty of time to have alot of morons loaded up with guns, greandes and the such to kill hundreds of american soldiers.

In the case of Osama it would have been an unmanned plane taking him out and in Saddams case him, Dan Rather and a few minor people. Instead we have hundreds dead and only have Saddam. Who do you think really won that one?

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Well, I guess I'll just stop posting when I'm drunk then!

I thought he was talking about someone else, as well.

And I was in a really bad mood.

Sorry.



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Lots of stupid in this thread.
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It would seem that way, yes. Largely from my direction

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It would seem that way, yes. Largely from my direction
don't worry, I believe i said the stupidest thing in the history of this forums when i asked if you were being sarcastic.

and as for the thread, mopeder seems like a moron, but hey, to each his own......
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