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Old 10-08-2002, 03:15 PM   #16
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Old 10-08-2002, 03:17 PM   #17
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I am going to pretend this is meant as a jest
but I don't think it's funny
I did.
Its a family joke

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Old 10-08-2002, 03:22 PM   #18
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My only question to you Khan is-
Did you see the speech?
If so-What did you think?

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Old 10-08-2002, 03:34 PM   #19
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i saw it. i'm still not sold.
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Old 10-08-2002, 03:36 PM   #20
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Be careful Khanada. If you did watch the speech and you write what you think, someone may not like it and get upset.


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Old 10-08-2002, 03:38 PM   #21
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deep-
Nice to have u come out of hiding.
Always look forward to your openminded contributions
I hope you don't mean to imply b/c he doesn't agre with you he is not being openminded. i know you put a '' there but still..

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So after Bush gets -
Congress' approval
The Senates' approval
The UN's backing-(if Iraq fails to comply)..to even NEWER resolutions..
A Coaliation of Nations of Oppose Countries who sponsor and harbor terrorists..

What will your response be then?
What will your response be AFTER he helps rebuild Iraq after Saddam is removed..?
Oh I know-
"Bush is just trying to look good"..ever predictable..Mr deep

Chow-

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Why don't we wait and see if all these things happen.

IF they do, I think a fair response would still be: What about you(Bush) trying to cut a deal for a pipeline with the Taliban. Why did you overlook Taliban abuses? Why were you silent to people who complained?



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Old 10-08-2002, 04:09 PM   #22
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Well if Bush woulda went over there because women were being abused only..
many woulda screamed he was overstepping his bounds..

deep only comes out usually in a negative fashion in my threads thats all.. I was jokingly pointing that out
-he is always trying to b an older brother here in this forum as in real life..

My hope is that-
war is averted
and IF SO
my challenge would be to deep and likeminded Bushhaters to post a favorable thread re this issue-how war was averted ect

As far as the pipeline deal, I forget -but there is an answer..somebody better versed on this issue should come forward I hope

Mr deep, -
Plez let Khan speak for herself, I know her to be perfectly capable...

Lastly-
For the record-
My hope is that war is averted.
We can disagree here civily.
60 per cent of the members on Interfernce.Com will oppose striking Iraq
70 per cent of the elected officials in the USA will support striking Iraq -if they fail to comply.
Its ok to disagree..

If The United Nations says its ok for a United Coalition of Nations oppose to terrorist states to strike Iraq I would encourage some here to write Kofi a letter of protest

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So the only solution is for THEM to surrender? Do you hear how arrogant that sounds? Iraqi's have every right to control their own destinies and having America conquer their land and their leader (whether or not the majority of the people actually want him in power) will only lead to greater problems.

Why don't the American people demand that Bush resign due to the 400,000 fewer votes he received in the 2000 elections? By this rational of resignation, Bush is also in power despite the will of the people, right?

If America had kept its hand out of the Middle East there wouldn't be any problem with Saddam, Osama, and so on and so on. Let's just face it: America is the new Roman Empire and by forcing a country thousands of miles away to give up sovereignty is along the same lines as those ruthless Roman emperors.
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So the only solution is for THEM to surrender.
No-
just do what The United Nations asked them to do

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My hope is that war is averted.

Being an adult sucks.

Seriously, I can get along with my friends/colleagues, why can't everyone else?!

anyway, carry on..
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Diamond: But the UN doesn't necessarily want to take away control.
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deep-
Nice to have u come out of hiding.
In the last week I have posted on this board about 15-16 times, I don't know what you are talking about.
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deep only comes out usually in a negative fashion in my threads thats all.. I was jokingly pointing that out
-he is always trying to b an older brother here in this forum as in real life


This is so not true.
Treat my post like any other member. o k?

I watched the speech, so I responded to this thread. Some members agreed with my post, and some disagreed, and so it goes.
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One of these days , i'm going to cut you into little pieces

ok , Diamond , War dude...chill out ... maybe they will elect u to be the next president , and i'll not be surprised ... you 're sucha a genious .....Heil!!!!


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Re: Re: sorry, Diamond, no sale

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So-
Your postion is Joyful THAT
GW wants innocent civilians dead in the streets of Iraq.?
Is this your position?
Please clarify..

diamond
Wants innocent civilians dead? No. But the U.S. interest in Iraq has never been about being a 'friend' to the people and let's not pretend that it is. That is hugely arrogant and insulting to the 1 million Iraqi civilians who have died since 1991. You can argue that Sadam is to blame for that or you can argue that the U.S. & British economic sanctions are to blame, but don't pretend for one second that the Iraqi people think the United States is a friend to them. Don't forget that in 1996, then-Secretary of State Madeline Albright said that the death of 500,000 Iraqi children as a result of the sanctions was 'worth it.'

I completely agree with deep. As an American, I am more horrified each day by the stupid things that come out of Bush's mouth.
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I still think more highly of my 8 month old Collie puppy than I do of Bush. At least the dog barks eloquently

And yes, that's a personal opinion to which I'm entitled to as a human being. I don't need help or conversion to Bush love, thanks.

As for this Iraq war, it's a foregone conclusion. I would have a lot more respect for Bush and Co. if I felt they were honest - feeding me this BS about countries not honouring UN resolutions rings false and hypocritical.
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