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#1 neologism

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Posted 29 December 2006 - 05:16 PM

see you in hell saddam!!




Death by hanging. along with two of his cronies :)

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Posted 29 December 2006 - 05:18 PM

i don't think it'll go down for some reason.

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Posted 29 December 2006 - 06:23 PM

If Saddam was still in power the Middle East wouldn't be in the mess it's in now.

he kept fools in check

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Posted 29 December 2006 - 07:08 PM

he keeps people in check by KILLING THEM for no reason. he did holocausts on the shiites

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Posted 29 December 2006 - 07:18 PM

be it the current political situation america has now become involved in, we are in a pile of shit that we can not dig ourselves out of.


as crazy as it sounds - Iraq should have been left alone. What happened to osamma bin missin' :)

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Posted 29 December 2006 - 07:44 PM

osamma bin missin'

ssshhhhhh! you're not supposed to talk about him anymore. if you do, you're a terrorist!




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Posted 29 December 2006 - 07:50 PM

he keeps people in check by KILLING THEM for no reason. he did holocausts on the shiites


So 3,000 American deaths and 22,300 injured American soldiers later what have we accomplished?

Saddam was handling business, it's a cold cold world to quote GZA...but we were better off when he was in power.

as crazy as it sounds - Iraq should have been left alone. What happened to osamma bin missin' :)


I'm with you broham.

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Posted 29 December 2006 - 07:55 PM

yup bush and his cronies should be the ones hanging,
they went in under false pretenses (that they knew were false, read any historical document, bob woodward, plan of attack) and as a result 100 of thousands dead, and millions displaced, the future is on shakey ground and if you believe the other thread have layed the ground work for the apocolypse in 2012.


shheesh, i know it sounds heavy but its true, we were all much better with him there in power besides he was our friend when it was convient.

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Posted 29 December 2006 - 07:59 PM

the good ol' usa is building PERMANENT bases in iraq. THAT IS NOT A GOOD LOOK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


anyone listen to alex jones???


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anyways lots of talk in politikin' offices of a draft...

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Posted 29 December 2006 - 08:02 PM

yah shits looking reeeealll good for you guys... oh wait and us, but mainly you. i heard about the draft too, all for a lie.if i were you I would be considering moving cause that shit is fucked!!!!

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Posted 29 December 2006 - 08:13 PM

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Posted 29 December 2006 - 08:22 PM

Bush Considers Up to 20,000 More Troops for Iraq

NY Times | December 29, 2006
DAVID S. CLOUD and JEFF ZELENY

The Bush administration is considering an increase in troop levels in Iraq of 17,000 to 20,000, which would be accomplished in part by delaying the departure of two Marine regiments now deployed in Anbar Province, Pentagon officials said Thursday.

The option was among those discussed in Crawford, Tex., on Thursday as President Bush met there with his national security team, and it has emerged as a likely course as he considers a strategy shift in Iraq, the officials said.

Most of the additional troops would probably be employed in and around Baghdad, the officials said.

With the continuing high levels of violence there, senior officials increasingly say additional American forces will be needed as soon as possible to clear neighborhoods and to conduct other combat operations to regain control of the capital, rather than primarily to train Iraqi forces.

“The mission that most people are settling on has to do with using them in a security role to quell violence in Baghdad and the surrounding area,” said a senior Pentagon official involved in the planning.

Any plan to add to American forces in Baghdad would have to be negotiated with the government of Prime Minister Nuri Kamal al-Maliki, which has expressed interest in using Iraqi forces, not American ones, to assert more control over the capital.

The idea of extending the deployments of two Marine units has emerged in part because most of the marines in Iraq are on seven-month rotations and keeping them there longer is considered more palatable than holding over Army brigades, which are already serving tours of a year or longer, one official said.

Additional troops would come from sending into Iraq a brigade of the 82nd Airborne Division headed for the region next month and possibly by speeding up the deployment of several Army brigades now scheduled to go to Iraq by next spring.

But officials said a brigade of the First Armored Division now in Anbar Province would probably go home as planned in January, because the unit had already been kept in Iraq more than 40 days beyond its scheduled tour.

Other options remain under consideration, the officials said, noting that a decision to speed up deployment schedules would put more strain on Army and Marine equipment and personnel. But other options, like mobilizing reserve units, would take months, officials said.

After meeting with his top military and diplomatic advisers at his Texas ranch, Mr. Bush said his administration was making “good progress” in fashioning a revised Iraq strategy. But he said he intended to consult with Congress when it convenes next week before presenting his plan to the nation.

“I fully understand it's important to have both Republicans and Democrats understanding the importance of this mission,” Mr. Bush said, speaking to reporters after a three-hour meeting. “It's important for the American people to understand success in Iraq is vital for our own security.”

The meeting, according to a senior administration official, focused on the security, economic and political situation in Iraq. But the bulk of the discussions focused on the security issue and the option of sending more American troops to Baghdad, the official said.

Vice President Dick Cheney, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates and Gen. Peter Pace, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, emerged from the meeting with the president. The national security adviser, Stephen J. Hadley, and his top deputy, J. D. Crouch, also attended the meeting and joined the others for a working lunch at the ranch.

The White House initially intended to announce a new Iraq policy before Christmas but delayed those plans so the president could consider a range of diverging views inside his administration. For weeks his advisers have been locked in internal debates about how to proceed, but it is an open question whether the meeting on Thursday brought clarity to the discussions.

“I've got more consultation to do until I talk to the country about the plan,” said Mr. Bush, who did not elaborate or take questions from reporters.

Mr. Bush said he had received a briefing from Mr. Gates, his new defense secretary, and General Pace, who recently returned from Iraq. White House aides said the president did not want to offer his new plan for Iraq before Mr. Gates had an opportunity to study conditions on the ground in Iraq.

“It's an important part of coming to closure on a way forward in Iraq that will help us achieve our objective,” Mr. Bush said, “which is a country that can govern itself, sustain itself and defend itself.”

How additional American troops would be employed in Baghdad remains a central point of discussion among Mr. Bush's top advisers and top ground commanders in Iraq, officials said. But two officials said there was growing agreement that most would not be attached to American teams training Iraqi Army and police units, because doing so would not necessarily yield the quick improvements in security the White House wants.

But it is also unclear to what extent the additional forces would be employed to curb the power of militias associated with Shiite groups that form a key constituency for Mr. Maliki.

The two units whose stay could be extended are the Marines' Fifth and Seventh Regiment combat teams in Anbar Province, which are scheduled to begin leaving Iraq in February when two replacement regiments are due to arrive, officials said.

It is unclear which Army brigades could be sent early. A 3,500-soldier brigade of the Third Infantry Division, based at Fort Stewart, Ga., is scheduled to arrive in Iraq in mid-January, followed in subsequent months by units from the First Infantry Division, at Fort Riley, Kan., and the Second Infantry Division, at Fort Lewis, Wash.

The Third Brigade of the Third Infantry Division, based at Fort Benning, Ga., is scheduled to go to Iraq in the spring, according to a spokesman, Kevin Larson, who said he had not heard any discussion of accelerating that timetable. But he said, “We're ready to answer whatever call may come up.”

How long beyond February the Marine units would remain is unclear, but officials emphasized that the goal was a temporary increase in the American presence. It is also unclear whether a decision to speed up the deployment of two Army brigades would mean that other units scheduled to be deployed would go to Iraq earlier than planned later next year. Currently there are about 134,000 American troops in Iraq.

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yo ren...


did you here about the northern american union? Supposedly the us, canda and, mexico will become one mass - one currency - one law. i find it hard to fathom, but nothing shocks me anymore.. when is it going down. I do not know???


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Posted 29 December 2006 - 08:31 PM

i support george bush. big conservitive

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Posted 29 December 2006 - 08:33 PM

Come to Democracy Or It Will Come To You


you're hilarious bud.

:lol:


i have a bad back so im out.. NO DRAFT for me
yo ren...
did you here about the northern american union? Supposedly the us, canda and, mexico will become one mass - one currency - one law. i find it hard to fathom, but nothing shocks me anymore.. when is it going down. I do not know???
infowars.com





yah, instead of it being NAFTA (north american free trade agreement) it will be including mexico but i think that that may already exist.

I just read an article recently about this, apparently all major coporate and political heads of mex us and can met under a very secretive local in order to discuss how to swiftly and quickly lobby and implement a system which will bond us all allowing business to take precident over all others...

in other words under goverment aproval big business will take over just a little bit more.


hooooo-raaaay!
:lol:







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Posted 29 December 2006 - 08:33 PM

It is also unclear whether a decision to speed up the deployment of two Army brigades would mean that other units scheduled to be deployed would go to Iraq earlier than planned later next year. Currently there are about 134,000 American troops in Iraq.












134,000 troops - ain't no joke!!

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Posted 29 December 2006 - 10:09 PM

Nobody's fuggin looking for Osama bin LADEN, thats why nobody cares. The media picks the public up by their tiny heads and holds them over a cliff.


It's true.

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Posted 29 December 2006 - 10:44 PM

I normally don't wish people would die but he is an evil person that had it coming. :o

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Posted 30 December 2006 - 04:19 AM

ive seen all of alex jones shit... and i gotta say you have it all fucked up in the states, id advise you to move to europe...

i dont get it why yall havent questioned why you dont get any recites of your casted votes ?! it seems yall have blind trust...

and what comes to the democracy, it doesnt change shit before you have all of em Skulls and Bones dudes out of their positions in the government...

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Posted 30 December 2006 - 05:18 AM

ive seen all of alex jones shit... and i gotta say you have it all fucked up in the states, id advise you to move to europe...

i dont get it why yall havent questioned why you dont get any recites of your casted votes ?! it seems yall have blind trust...

and what comes to the democracy, it doesnt change shit before you have all of em Skulls and Bones dudes out of their positions in the government...




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Posted 30 December 2006 - 05:50 AM

yo would have somekind of proof anyways...

america aint land of brave and FREE anymore...

and end of the day it doesnt matter who you vote anyways cause the person who is part of the big conspiracy is gonna win anyways... and it doesnt matter is the person democrat or republican...

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Posted 30 December 2006 - 06:48 AM

WHY DO WE KILL PEOPLE WHO KILL PEOPLE TO SHOW THAT KILLING IS WRONG?

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Posted 30 December 2006 - 06:57 AM

Texas executed the most of any state ever ( i believe) under georg dub-yah, let the killing continue! YYEEEEEE HAAAAWWWW!!!

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Posted 30 December 2006 - 11:32 AM

ive seen all of alex jones shit... and i gotta say you have it all fucked up in the states, id advise you to move to europe...

i dont get it why yall havent questioned why you dont get any recites of your casted votes ?! it seems yall have blind trust...

and what comes to the democracy, it doesnt change shit before you have all of em Skulls and Bones dudes out of their positions in the government...



i listened to n.p.r. comparable to bbc news... During an interview they noted america ranks 17 in global democracy. they attributed that was partially attributed to fixed elections and secret prison camps... This was on n.p.r. NOT alex jones who is more radical with his view points.


i'd get out the states but all my family is here... some of them are getting pretty old.. others rely on me for support.. if i was solo in nyc - i'd flee in a minute.. probably spain..

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Posted 30 December 2006 - 12:02 PM

WHY DO WE KILL PEOPLE WHO KILL PEOPLE TO SHOW THAT KILLING IS WRONG?


ain't much more to say.

it ain't right. even if he was who he was. seems like we're living in the middle fucking ages.

i can't believe that the death penalty still exist.

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Posted 30 December 2006 - 12:30 PM

i cant believe that dictatorship still exists.

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Posted 30 December 2006 - 12:54 PM

i cant believe that dictatorship still exists.



i asume your talking about president bush? right?

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Posted 30 December 2006 - 01:33 PM

yup :S hope you get the hilary clinton as a president

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Posted 30 December 2006 - 01:48 PM

its mad frustrating thinking about the world we live in today. (by the way: anyone seen syriana? great movie)

just sayin.

to put it simple as for this topic: capital punishment is wrong of course.

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Posted 30 December 2006 - 02:26 PM

the dems are pushing hilary, but i don't think the states are ready for a female president yet... if none of this post 9/11 transpired , perhaps she'd win... mass america would not elect a women regardless of credentials during a war... the entire patriarchial mindset....


i'd like to see al gore run again... or michael bloomberg.. a democrat in the closet..

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Posted 30 December 2006 - 02:51 PM

i dont know how things work in the states in regular when were talking about politics but, i think democracy is best way to get shit working... al gore seems like a guy that could turn shit around to better direction...

"mass america would not elect a women regardless of credentials during a war... the entire patriarchial mindset...."

damn thats kinda fucked, do you mean that mass america wouldnt elect hilary only because of the gender ?




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