Cowboy67 2012-01-18 20:22:56
SOoooo, what is your opinion on anything that you have posted? Are you
mindless and have no opinion? That is what I am tending to believe,
Mindless, that is
David e. powel 2012-01-18 20:23:28
Pretty much. He seems to be happy two soldiers trying to rebuild the place
and two innocent kids got blown up by terrorists who would probably geek him
too if they had the chance. He’s off in the head.
He also calls people who died trying to help people “dupes.” I guess people
like him don’t like the idea of police departments either. Wanting the
crooks to best the cops = wanting the terrorists to succeed in the mideast,
and his b*** is the one in danger in either case. Not like those like him
see the connection.
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Criminal Invaders get no quarter for rebuilding what they destroyed
in the first place.
After U$ soldiers slaughtered 10,000’s of innocent Iraqi
civilians, women, children, etc … you expect sympathy?
Sure, as any courageous society would geek an
attacking, invading, occupying army of a country
that aggressively invaded against international law.
Sez the fascist c********* … ….do you swallow?
Help in a criminal war of aggression, invasion and occupation …
I’m being kind, if they ain’t simple-minded ignorant dupes, then
they are complicit criminals/enemy combatants who get what they deserve.
Well Davey, civilized moral people don’t attack, invade, kill
10,000s and forcibly occupy other countries on a “guess” …
though that explains why a scumbag like you joined the U$ military.
Lie #1: “The evidence indicates that Iraq is reconstituting
its nuclear weapons program … Iraq has attempted to purchase
high-strength aluminum tubes and other equipment needed for gas
centrifuges, which are used to enrich uranium for nuclear weapons.”
-President Bush, Oct. 7, 2002
Fact: This story, leaked to and breathlessly reported by The New
York Times’ usually astute Middle East correspondent Judith Miller,
has turned out to be complete baloney. Department of Energy officials
who monitor nuclear plants say the tubes could not be used for
enriching uranium. One intelligence analyst who was part of the tubes
investigation, angrily told The New Republic: “You had senior American
officials like Condoleezza Rice saying the only use of this aluminum
really is uranium centrifuges. She said that on television. And that’s
just a lie.”
Lie #2: “The British government has learned that Saddam Hussein
recently sought significant quantities of uranium from Africa.”
-President Bush, Jan.28, 2003, in the State of the Union address
Fact: This whopper was based on a document that the White House
already knew to be a forgery, thanks to honest analysis by the CIA.
Sold to Italian intelligence by some hustler, the document carried the
signature of an official who had been out of office for 10 years and
referenced a constitution that was no longer in effect. The ex-ambassador
who the CIA sent to check out the story is angry: “They knew the Niger
story was a flat-out lie,” he told The New Republic, anonymously. “They
[the White House] were unpersuasive about aluminum tubes and added this
to make their case more strongly.”
Lie #3: “We believe [Saddam] has, in fact, reconstituted nuclear
-Vice President Cheney, March 16, 2003, on “Meet the Press”
Fact: There was and is absolutely no basis for this statement. CIA
reports up through 2002 showed no evidence of an Iraqi nuclear weapons
Lie #4: “[The CIA possesses] solid reporting of senior-level contacts
between Iraq and al-Qaeda going back a decade.”
-CIA Director George Tenet in a written statement released Oct. 7, 2002
and echoed in that evening’s speech by President Bush
Fact: Intelligence agencies knew of tentative contacts between Saddam and
al-Qaeda in the early ’90s, but found no proof of a continuing
relationship. In other words, by tweaking language, Tenet and Bush spun
the intelligence 180 degrees to say exactly the opposite of what it
Lie #5: “We’ve learned that Iraq has trained al-Qaeda members in
bomb-making and poisons and deadly gases … Alliance with
terrorists could allow the Iraqi regime to attack America without
leaving any fingerprints.”
-President Bush, Oct. 7
Fact: No evidence of this has ever been leaked or produced. Colin
Powell told the U.N. this alleged training took place in a camp in
northern Iraq. To his great embarrassment, the area he indicated was
later revealed to be outside Iraq’s control and patrolled by Allied
Lie #6: “We have also discovered through intelligence that Iraq has
a growing fleet of manned and unmanned aerial vehicles that could be
used to disperse chemical or biological weapons across broad areas.
We are concerned that Iraq is exploring ways of using these UAVs
[unmanned aerial vehicles] for missions targeting the United States.”
-President Bush, Oct. 7
Fact: Said drones can’t fly more than 300 miles, and Iraq is 6,000
miles from the U.S. coastline. Furthermore, Iraq’s drone-building
program wasn’t much more advanced than your average model plane
enthusiast. And isn’t a “manned aerial vehicle” just a scary way to
Lie #7: “We have seen intelligence over many months that they have
chemical and biological weapons, and that they have dispersed them and
that they’re weaponized and that, in one case at least, the command and
control arrangements have been established.”
-President Bush, Feb. 8, 2003
Fact: Despite a massive search by U.S. and British forces in Iraq,
there are no signs, traces or examples of chemical weapons being
deployed in the field, or anywhere else during the war.
Lie #8: “Our conservative estimate is that Iraq today has a stockpile
of between 100 and 500 tons of chemical weapons agent. That is enough
to fill 16,000 battlefield rockets.”
-Secretary of State Colin Powell, Feb. 5, 2003, in remarks to the U.N.
Fact: Putting aside the glaring fact that not one drop of this massive
stockpile has been found, U.S. intelligence reports show that these
stocks-if they existed-were well past their use-by date and therefore
useless as weapon fodder.
Lie #9: “We know where [Iraq’s Weapons of Mass Destruction] are. They’re
in the area around Tikrit and Baghdad and east, west, south, and north
-Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld, March 30, 2003
Fact: Needless to say, no such weapons were found, not to the east, west,
south or north, somewhat or otherwise.
Lie #10: “Yes, we found a biological laboratory in Iraq which the U.N.
-President Bush in remarks in Poland, published internationally June 1,
Fact: This was reference to the discovery of two modified truck trailers
that the CIA claimed were potential mobile biological weapons lab. But
British and American experts (including a recent report by the State
Department’s intelligence wing) have since declared this to be untrue.
According to the British, and much to Prime Minister Tony Blair’s
embarrassment, the trailers are actually exactly what Iraq said they
were: facilities to fill weather balloons, sold to them by the British
Cowboy67 2012-01-18 20:23:42
I know he is off, he’s trash. He quotes a n*** who would have raped, or
probably did rape his mother and then killed him. Well, I take that back,
would have experimented on him first and then killed the animal.