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    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/south_asia/4501132.stm

    I mean..honestly guys..what is the world coming to?
    Not making the polls at home, so let's see if we can maybe get some support from overseas?

    Joe

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    Re: not so subtle subliminal messaging?

    Quote Originally Posted by Joris de Man
    "Coincidence" my ~~~! This is Karen Hughes or Karl Rove...or maybe more "bought and paid" journalism.

    "Going forward and knowing he's right,
    Even when doubted for why he would fight"...I think I'm gonna throw up..

    ;-)

    Jim Jarnagin - no not THAT Jim Jarnagin, the other one.

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    Eh, its a ~~~~e poem anyway. Not a hair on the stuff I write. Pretty bad stuff all around.

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    Smells like "Let the Eagles Soar" Ashcroft to me.

    Speaking of the Eagles... Go Seahawks!

    -JF

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    And people wonder why I seem paranoid.

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    My stomach feels bad. Oh, that is the feeling of becoming sick over this story...
    http://hopkins.composerarts.com

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    Re: not so subtle subliminal messaging?

    "Strong in his faith, refreshingly real."

    Sick.

    "Bracing for war, but praying for peace"

    People who like peace don't let wars drag on. They do WHATEVER it takes to win them, and then figure out how to not ever have to fight them again.
    "They get what they vote for." PaulR

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    Re: not so subtle subliminal messaging?

    They generally don't get into wars in the first place, but the reality is that some wars simply can't be won. In this case you have a manufactured country with three tribes no longer held together by force.

    I know you think that winning this war is simply a matter of getting mean, but what do you suggest? Nuking the entire region? There's no way to stop people willing to blow themselves up in a crowd.

    At least I think that's what you're saying. If not, then I just had a great argument with myself.

    I won, by the way.

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    Re: not so subtle subliminal messaging?

    We should pull out and let them have their civil war or whatever and let them get it all out of their systems. Then we can come back after the mess and help whoever is left build a democracy...or NOT.

    Cheers,
    JS

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    Re: not so subtle subliminal messaging?

    Quote Originally Posted by js33
    We should pull out and...
    The US military still has bases in Japan, Germany, England, France and South Korea. A good slice of our $400B military budget goes to overseas bases and support.

    Consider what would happen to Cheney's deferred Haliburton stock options, if the US military were to pull out of Iraq.

    The US military will never leave Iraq - at least not by choice.

    Consider Viet Nam. We left, and it had no ill effect on our national security; however, it did have effects on US military contracts and business interests in the region thar remain to this day. The powers that be won't let that happen again.

    (Hint: The Bush war in Iraq is not about national security.)

    -JF

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