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Old 07-11-2007, 05:16 PM   #261
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I directly blame the CIA and other intelligence services, not Bush. I believe he was misled.
Did Rush tell you this?
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Yet you blame Clinton? Wow, your bias isn't transparent...
yes, for 9/11 i do blame clinton. for the iraqi war intelligence, i blame the CIA and FBI.
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Old 07-11-2007, 05:17 PM   #263
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It has a lot to do with the ease of supporting a war you don't have to fight. I think if your "patriotic" ass were on the line for all these wars you want to start all over the world, you'd be singing a different tune.
stfu. don't tell me when or how to be patriotic. if the time calls, i will proudly serve my country.
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Old 07-11-2007, 05:18 PM   #264
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if the time calls, i will proudly serve my country.
It's not calling now?
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yes, for 9/11 i do blame clinton. for the iraqi war intelligence, i blame the CIA and FBI.
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Old 07-11-2007, 05:19 PM   #266
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stfu.
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don't tell me when or how to be patriotic. if the time calls, i will proudly serve my country.
The time is here, son. If you genuinely believe this war is worth fighting, then the time is here.
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Old 07-11-2007, 05:22 PM   #267
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Nice. What an intelligent response.



The time is here, son. If you genuinely believe this war is worth fighting, then the time is here.
you don't know what i am doing, so don't make accusations. who says that i am not? i would be saying my future collegiate plans, but i have learned that i will not discuss personal situations on this forum.
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Old 07-11-2007, 05:24 PM   #268
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i would be saying my future collegiate plans, but i have learned that i will not discuss personal situations on this forum.
College to get out of serving in the military during a war?! I thought only Clinton did that!
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So there were not hundreds of thousands Kurds, Shi'ite's that were executed and brutally murdered in Iraq b/c of Saddam Hussein. Not a good argument.
The argument is, that Kim Yong Ill isn't the better guy only because he "negotiated".
The argument is, that you can't say it was right to invade country X with dictator X, and leave out country Y with dictator Y, with such a poor justification, and such a low backing from other countries and the UN.
The argument is, that there was no deer need in ending the brutal dictatorship in Iraq, that wasn't in another country, either. Like the Darfur region in the Sudan, where at the same time the process of a genocide was already going on. Something we said "Never again!" in 1945, in 1993, in 1995, and in the years in between.
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Forget it. Sorry Irvine, but this isn't going anywhere.

Several people in here could stand to bite their tongue a little more often when they know they've got nothing constructive to say. That would help a lot to avoid careening train wrecks like this ensuing.

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stfu.
Remember what we talked about--you can consider this a second formal warning. I don't care what anyone's tone with you was like, this is never an acceptable response.
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