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January 11, 2007 at 2:49 AM #8205TheBreezeParticipant
Did I hear the President right? Did he say that Iraq has committed to supplying 18 brigades to help with the U.S. troop surge? Didn’t the Iraqis commit to 6 brigades last time and only 2 showed up?
Jesus. This president is delusional. I hope you enjoy drinking his Kool-Aid all you rightwing nutjobs out there. As for me, I’m looking forward to Obama bringing some real leadership, forthrightness, and good, old-fashioned common sense back to the office of the presidency in ’08.
I’d say this half-assed plan the president outlined tonight has almost guaranteed that a Democrat will be president in ’08.January 11, 2007 at 5:20 AM #43193technovelistParticipant
I’d be very surprised if a Democrat were to be president in ’08. About the only way that could happen is if Bush resigns or is impeached and convicted, and Cheney has a heart attack. Then Pelosi would be president. Otherwise, I’m afraid we’ll have to wait until ’09.January 11, 2007 at 8:25 AM #43202AnonymousGuest
Breeze, lay off ‘nutjobs’ and ‘half-assed.’ Pick up a vocabulary, guy.January 11, 2007 at 9:12 AM #43214lostkittyParticipant
I like your vocabulary Breeze, and your comments too. I agree wholeheartedly. Nutjobs.January 11, 2007 at 9:19 AM #43218AnonymousGuest
Calling Bush a nutjob is giving him too much credit.January 11, 2007 at 9:44 AM #43219bigtroubleParticipant
President Clusterfuck looked like crap last night- why? Obvious- he was forced to deliver a speech that makes NO SENSE AT ALL.
If the future of the nation hangs in the balance- and the problem is too few troops- and this is the last time to get it right- then how many troops do you send? Half a million is the right answer- cause you believe that you CANNOT AFFORD TO FAIL-and you institute a draft and raise taxes to pay for it-
But no- Clusterfuck tells us that our very lives hang in the balance and sends 20,000 additional troops- and really these are not additional troops- it’s the same level he had a year ago- which didn’t work. It all show. We are all just FA, another fucked american.
So, want to elect McCain? IF of course you believe we MUST not fail, the only way to “win” this war is to institute the draft, right? Kiss your boys and girls in bed tonight. ’08 election might determine if that 8th or 9th grader will be sent to die for Bush’s folly.January 11, 2007 at 10:06 AM #43221
Well said bidtrouble.
Could it be that Bush is setting up Malaki to take responsibility for failure? Remember this is politics and the Republicans cannot be blamed for failure in Iraq. Bush is giving Malaki 20,000 troops (which is nothing as you pointed out); then when things don’t work out, Bush will simply blame Malaki and withdraw.
TheBreeze, I also like your vocabulary. Hawks would like to paint those who oppose Bush are limp-wrist pacifist ivory tower academics living in lala land — not. We are normal Americans who see a clusterfuck where a clusterfuck exists.January 11, 2007 at 10:16 AM #43227PDParticipant
Wow, a bunch of people who rejoice in name calling. It just makes a person sound SOOOOOO smart, logical and informed. Perhaps President Bush just needs to add some name calling to his vocabulary to sound smart to you folks.January 11, 2007 at 11:37 AM #43244anxvarietyParticipant
I consider Bush a liberal..January 11, 2007 at 8:31 PM #43290
The opposition to Bush on Iraq is now growing bi-partisan.
Chuck Hagel criticizes Bush on Iraq.
At a Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing featuring Condoleezza Rice Republican Sen. Chuck Hagel of Nebraska, a Vietnam veteran, 2008 presidential contender and longtime critic of administration policy in Iraq, received applause when he told the secretary of state that the president’s plan is “the most dangerous foreign policy blunder in this country since Vietnam. If it’s carried out, I will resist it.”January 11, 2007 at 8:44 PM #43292LookoutBelowParticipant
Clusterfuck, Nutjobs, Half-Assed, ANA (Another Fucked American) are all real words that do NOTHING to detract from a persons intelligence. I particularly like it. If used correctly, its a form of eloquence. I like people with passion, nothing wrong with expressing yourselves passionately in my book. Feel free, no complaints here.
If these terms offend you, you might want to grow a pair or take the rose colored glasses off, climb down off your ivory tower, quit folding your wifes panty's for a few minutes and LOOK at what is happening to your nation. If that doesnt rouse your "passions", then god bless you.
In addition, I dont know of ANYOTHER way to describe this current administration accurately ?
I voted for the idiot and I am ashamed of myself and feel like a total sucker. In fact, because of this administration I refuse to travel overseas as an American …..Im just AFAJanuary 11, 2007 at 9:56 PM #43294AnonymousGuest
Yeah, you guys are tough and brilliant. I’d would have loved to see you boys on my submarine or destroyer back in the ’80s. In fact, I look forward to having nice discussions with you at the next meet up.
See you then, foul mouths.
Ex-sailor who can talk like a sailor but has some decency about himselfJanuary 11, 2007 at 10:12 PM #43295AnonymousGuest
Perry, you call yourself a normal American?
A single, adult, bisexual male is ‘normal’?
Where do you live, la la land?January 12, 2007 at 3:57 AM #43300lostkittyParticipant
jg – You’ve pounded your bible and told us about your superior values so many times that we cant even hear you anymore. Maybe you should start swearing – it would add some color to your words.
Certainly your constant harsh judgement/criticisms of others’ lifestyles is not a Christian, loving , way of behaving. Your endless attacks on people… also not very Christian.January 12, 2007 at 9:59 AM #43316
jg, I didn’t say that i’m bisexual in the way you probably think. No, I don’t engage in depraved sex twice a day.
I said I had sex with men, so yes, that makes me bisexual. Most humans are bisexual and have had homosexual experiences. They are just too chicken or constrained by society to admit it. I don’t think it’s a big deal. Yes, it’s perfectly normal. You should open your eyes and see what’s going on in the real world.
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