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Old 03-21-2005, 02:35 PM   #16
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berlusconi took on italy's shoulder troubles where we shouldn't get involved in, he, like tony blair, is just a servant of bush, they believe they will have rewards. so far i've seen just blood and death thanks to this clever war. what was the reward for mr Nicola Calipari? killed by american troops, like many many others who died under "friendly fire". please, make this insanity clear
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Old 03-21-2005, 02:43 PM   #17
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sting - thanks you for pulling the slack

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Ummm....Bush is listening to his people.....he won the election. The MAJORITY of the people voted for him in the popular vote.

When I see things like this posted


Am I to conclude that you believe his first four years were illegitimate.
Therefore he should have pushed such unilateral positions?
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Old 03-25-2005, 09:00 AM   #18
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I don't think Bush takes unilateral positions.
The fact I don't agree with his policy doesn't mean Americans do the same. I think that you don't agree, you're able to make your goverment hear your voice and protest.

Bush won the elections, so he has the support of his people. This doesn't mean he can't be wrong.
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Just because people voted for Bush in the election doesn't mean they support the war. There are many other reasons why people vote for candidates besides the war in Iraq. So nobody can say that just because a majority of people voted for Bush, that a majority of the people support every decision he makes.
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