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WAR: God Told Bush to Invade Iraq and Afghanistan

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posted on Oct, 8 2005 @ 06:00 AM
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Ok, a christian quotes something from the bible and they are ridiculed and made fun off, a muslim quotes the koran he is taken seriously because he kills people for what he believes in. Perhaps christians should start bombing people and maybe people take us more seriously...Oh I forgot, thats not what christianity is about and is the main difference between us and Islamic fascism....




posted on Oct, 8 2005 @ 06:34 AM
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Originally posted by dgtempe
With all due respect to the members of this board:







God must be turning over and rolling like thunder all over this universe.



Ditto the due respect to the members of this board... Will an earthquake do?



posted on Oct, 8 2005 @ 10:48 AM
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Originally posted by Regenmacher
Hamburglar, I think you have given us some fine examples of the type of mentality that lies behind Bush supporters.



Originally posted by Hamburglar
That said, hope I didn't offend anybody too much, and I fully expect that you will not only ignore the advice, but will immediately attack me as some sort of pro-war, pro-fascist, pro-racist, neo-con, Bush lover.


Well what a surprise. Just as I suspected, someone who doesn't even support Bush tries to point out to you the flaws in your arguments and gets labeled a Bush supporter. Gee whiz, I never expected that to happen. And by the way, both of your examples, again, are hearsay. They only say that someone else CLAIMS Bush said something. That wouldn't even be admitted in a court, let alone stand on its merits.

Try to have some dignity when offering evidence.

Again, this is why you folks keep losing. You make it a policy to ALIENATE ANYONE who doesn't believe everyone of your STUPID theories about Bush.

YOU ARE JUST AS GUILTY AS ANY REPUBLICAN OF GETTING THIS PRESIDENT ELECTED.

Sadly, it is apparent that you will NEVER, EVER recognize the flaws in your arguments. You will NEVER, EVER take a more defensible approach. Instead, you’ll continue to harp on Republicans and suggest they've sold the country out to big business. All the while, you and your crew have equally sold out to nonsensical ranting and blind, anti-corporate special interests.

For the record, I'm an Independent. I voted for Michael Badnarik (neither a Republican or Democrat), not that it is any of your business. I guess this is just a last ditch effort to get you to understand that I am not your enemy.

I am just someone who is extremely disappointed in the behavior from both sides, who would really like a few of the more intelligent of you to realize the drivel that keeps falling from your mouths.



posted on Oct, 8 2005 @ 10:59 AM
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Originally posted by intrepid
Personally I find it interesting that you have the abillity to discuss this topic solely on attacking other members posts WITHOUT adding to the topic. Your own backing. Is that all you have?

You've convinced me............. NOT!


Actually, it's called logic, and you can't post a link to it. You can only write about it and hope the other folks here take an honest moment with themselves to look at what kind of stupidity they spew.

By the way, do you actually believe that hearsay counts as some sort of backing? That's sad, and I pity you.

See, when you jump on a topic with such a small amount of "evidence," you end up looking like an idiot when more evidence comes out. And, when you jump all over the guy who points out that you have no evidence for your claims and ought to stick to better arguments against Bush (as opposed to any that come down the pike), you end up looking even stupider when it turns out he was right.


Originally posted by djohnsto77
Even the Palestinians are saying this didn't happen:
Palestine News Agency


Bang up job Bush-Haters! You ended up looking like idiots again. And, as I was trying to suggest earlier, the next time you argue against Bush, it's going to be that much harder to believe you. Especially now that we have seen you prove how you will accept the flimsiest scrap of "evidence" to attack Bush.

You guys just did a better job making fun of yourselves than I ever could.

PWNED



posted on Oct, 8 2005 @ 02:46 PM
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Originally posted by namehere

Originally posted by Magickesists
Koran (9:11) - For it is written that a son of Arabia would awaken a
fearsome Eagle. The wrath of the Eagle would be felt throughout the lands
of Allah and lo, while some of the people trembled in despair still more
rejoiced; for the wrath of the Eagle cleansed the lands of Allah and
there was peace.

(Note the verse number!) Hmmmmmmm?! God Bless you all Amen !

sorry to correct you but...

surah 9 verse eleven does not say anything remotely similar to that, it says:

But (even so), if they repent, establish regular prayers, and practise regular charity,- they are your brethren in Faith: (thus) do We explain the Signs in detail, for those who understand.



Well i stand corrected, would you mind showing me what it really says possibly a link or something after all i did state i wasn't sure of the CREDIBILITY.



posted on Oct, 8 2005 @ 05:21 PM
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Originally posted by Hamburglar
Again, this is why you folks keep losing. You make it a policy to ALIENATE ANYONE who doesn't believe everyone of your STUPID theories about Bush.


You folks keep losing, ehh? Yeah them Freudian slips do get in the way when your perpetuating a facade. Funny how Badnarik lost too. Considering you have no idea who I'm affiliated with or the others, your blanket statements, innuendos and derogatory remarks reveal that your motives are sided with Bush. You have also shown you are narcistic and demeaning and have added nothing but more hate to the thread, as would someone who is affliated with a political party that is pushing hidden agendas.


Originally posted by Hamburglar
I am just someone who is extremely disappointed in the behavior from both sides, who would really like a few of the more intelligent of you to realize the drivel that keeps falling from your mouths.


If you want to be taken seriously you can drop the ad-hominems, flame baiting, sweeping generalizations, and going ballistic like a disgruntled postal employee. Otherwise I will just see you as a psychotic nut and laugh at your lunacy. Got it?

Again, the evidence is as follows:

Nabil Shaath says: "President Bush said to all of us: 'I'm driven with a mission from God. God would tell me, "George, go and fight those terrorists in Afghanistan." And I did, and then God would tell me, "George, go and end the tyranny in Iraq …" And I did. And now, again, I feel God's words coming to me, "Go get the Palestinians their state and get the Israelis their security, and get peace in the Middle East." And by God I'm gonna do it.'" BBC

Mahmoud Abbas says: "President Bush stated: God told me to strike at al Qaida and I struck them, and then he instructed me to strike at Saddam, which I did, and now I am determined to solve the problem in the Middle East. If you help me I will act, and if not, the elections will come and I will have to focus on them." Haaretz

Scott McClellan says: "No, that's absurd. He's never made such comments. I've been in meetings with him with President Abbas; I didn't travel on that trip, if you're talking about to Jordan. But I've been in many meetings with the President with world leaders where he's talked about this." Whitehouse
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Here's what Bush-speak has evoked thus far:

Editorial in pan-Arab Al-Quds Al-Arabi:
US President Bush told his Palestinian guests that he was driven with a mission from God... Had those statements come from an ordinary person, he would have been arrested straight away and taken to a lunatic asylum for treatment... Such statements cannot be made by someone who is mentally sound.

Editorial in Saudi Arabia's Al-Jazirah:
The statements attributed to US President Bush on God's message to fight terrorists in Afghanistan and end the tyranny in Iraq... indicate that America is striving to practise a series of firm ideological principles, even if this is a major source of detriment to US interests and the interests of the Middle East... The fallacy of Bush's ideology lies in the fact that Bush thinks it is America's right to decide people's fate.

Editorial in Egypt's Al-Ahram:
US President Bush has warned of "a radical Islamic empire that spans from Spain to Indonesia"... This is simply a preposterous statement... It is illogical to rely on the views of small radical groups that have neither weight nor influence to create such a phantom called "radical Islamic empire".

Editorial in Saudi Arabia's Al-Watan:
Bush might have been right about the expansion of the base of the terrorist network to span from Spain to Indonesia. This corresponds with reality and the statements of the Indonesian investigator about indications the Bali bombers belonged to a new generation of terrorists. After four years of war on terrorism and two consecutive wars that Bush dragged the world into, here we are reaping the benefits of these efforts represented in a new generation of terrorists.

Commentary by Farah Maamar in Algeria's Le Soir d'Algerie:
Bush has just discovered "Islamist imperialism"! All the same, this awakening is late, all the more so since it has been more than a dozen years that Algeria has been struggling all alone against "the bogeyman" that is now being waved about by the White House!... Bin Ladin-style imperialism, we've experienced it!
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You have shown us Hamburglar, that you have gravitated to McClellan's side, considering McClellan wasn't even a witness at the Jordan meeting. Putting clauses in your post to deny Bush affiliation and acting otherwise doesn't fool me. No sane person puts so much energy and vileness into their statements in regards to Bush's defense and is a presumed nuetral bystander. Clauses don't dismiss or excuse your behavioir either, they just show utter hypocrisy and two- faced waffling verbatim.

• Explain what makes you think the current administration is beyond contempt? What gives you a reason to support it and rush to the defend Bushisms?

• Explain why Shaath's and Abbas's would make up those statements about Bush, which in effect cuts their support for a Palestinian state?

• Explain why you think a discussion board is to be held to the standards of your ideals and people can't formulate there own conclusions without you flying into an egomanical rage?

• Explain why you are personally attacking others and labeling them with derogatory remarks, considering you are exhibiting the same behavior your profess to be against?

• Explain why demonizing all those that oppose Bush is relevant other than to provoke more war and assuage your ego?

• Explain why you focus on only one side of the political arena and forgot all the liberal/libertarian bashing, religon fueled rhetoric and fear mongering that that helped put the president in office twice?

You are spending an exorbitant amount of time on this topic defending Bush's side. Your actions are not condusive to any 3rd party candidates or reflect independent ideology. Nor do your actions and bashing non-Bush supporters support Badnarik or the Libertarians. Badnarick considers Bush a criminal.

"The Patriot Act is the most egregious piece of legislation to ever leave Congress since the Alien and Sedition Acts, John Ashcroft and every member of Congress who voted for it should be indicted." -Badnarik

Jimmy Carter Is Right - by Michael Badnarik
The Bush administration has found no weapons of mass destruction, and is finally backing away from the notion that Saddam had any serious links to al-Qaeda. Its one final rationalization of war – the liberation of the Iraqi people – has been proven a farce, as the Iraqis now suffer under a brutal regime of martial law backed by U.S. support and deceptively referred to as "self government."
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“Some people have too much freedom.” ~ George W. Bush

“We will export death and violence to the four corners of the earth in defense of this great nation.” ~ George W. Bush

“I’ve heard the call. I believe God wants me to run for President.” ~ George W. Bush

"I trust God speaks through me. Without that, I couldn't do my job." ~ George W. Bush

“I am carrying out divine commands.” ~ George W. Bush

Fundamentalist politicians and their supporters consistently blame and accuse other individuals and other groups, projecting their own disowned darkness as in : they are part of the “Axis of Evil", they are mass murderers, they are undemocratic, they are not patriotic, those people don’t value life, they hate freedom, it’s a liberal/libertarian conspiracy, they are Bush-haters, they all lie about Bush, they all are evildoers, they don't believe in my personal Jesus, they have no logic, they are stupid” ... this all erodes our national unity and diminishes our resolve.

It gives ammunition to America’s enemies, and pause to America’s friends.










[edit on 8-10-2005 by Regenmacher]



posted on Nov, 21 2005 @ 09:19 AM
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No, this isn't a legitimate quotation from the Quran (or Koran), the sacred text of Islam. The chapter and verse citation quoted above is a leg-pull, an obvious play on the USA's (the Eagle) launching of military action against Afghanistan and Iraq (the "lands of Allah") in response to the September 11 terrorist attacks on America organized by Osama bin Laden (the "son of Arabia awakening a fearsome eagle"). That the chapter and verse selection match the date of the terrorist attacks (9:11) is another giveaway to the joke.

Depending upon which translation of the Quran one uses, the section corresponding to chapter 9, verse 11 actually reads something like this:

But if they repent and keep up prayer and pay the poor-rate, they are your brethren in faith; and We make the communications clear for a people who know.

Even of God did speak to President Bush, He did make mention to rid evil from the face of the earth, and did so many times in the Bible. At least when the president goes to church, he prays to some higher being; for ex-president pantload, all it was was a prop/photo op.



posted on Nov, 21 2005 @ 09:49 AM
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Let's see.... God speaks to President Bush......
Americas economy is booming; millions of jobs created; Saddam is in jail; his two murderous sons are room temperature; The Socialist Baath party is pretty much history; Al-Queda members are getting whacked on a daily basis in Iraq; there's a fledgling democratic government in Iraq; Iraq has a constitution pretty much agreed to; three-quarters of the Al-Queda leaders in Afganistan are room temperature, and they had free elections there, too.........

I hope he keeps listening......

[edit on 21-11-2005 by zappafan1]



posted on Nov, 21 2005 @ 11:04 AM
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ok here it is.....

I know how the conversations went between our Lord and President Tumbleweed... oppps i mean Bush


God..... George, I want you to lie about the attacks on the WTC on Sep 11 and cover everything up to save your butt because I have a mission for you.

Bush.... yes I will.... My life for you !!!

God..... George, I want you to lie again for me. I want you to lie to all the American people and all your allies about your need to go into Iraq and Afghanistan and I also want you to completely screw up the search for one man.

Bush.....yes i can do that definitely, im great at screwing things up, you have found the right man for the job.... My life for you !!!

God.... and George, I want you to continue to send young men and women over to Iraq to die for oil supplies.

Bush..... I can do that..... My life for you !!!!


All this talk is kinda humorous actually, no offense to the Bush supporters here, everyone is entitled to their opinion, that is what makes our country great, the values it was started on.


But watching Bush on tv and reading about his efforts on the internet reminds me of a character in the Stephen King novel "The Stand"

The character was the Trashcan Man...... MY LIFE FOR YOU !!!!!!



posted on Nov, 21 2005 @ 11:48 AM
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God: "Good boy."
G.W. Bush: "Dad is that you?"
God: "Do not look at the man behind the curtain."

I am sorry, but guys come on.

If I claimed God told me to kill someone, because they were harming society - such as a rapist, I would be locked up. President Bush has allowed thousands of the United State's and World's citizens...maybe it is about time he gets checked for mental stability?

As for Iraq or Afghanistan being better because of the United State's? Well I do not see flocks of people going over there to live - to kill American's, yes.



posted on Nov, 21 2005 @ 02:50 PM
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No, no George! That's not god! It's just Cheney talking through a loud speaker.



posted on Nov, 21 2005 @ 09:23 PM
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Originally posted by Hamburglar
It's so stupid.

I can barely stand it anymore. The constant grasping at every straw. The constant clamoring for any bit of "news" that would suggest some insidious plot on the part of Bush and his cronies. The rush you must feel when spouting off stupid nicknames like "shrub" and being the first on your block to find a new reason to bash the President.


I think that there are a lot more reasons to bash Bush than any other president we have ever had. The reason that conservatives had to smear Clinton with details of his personal life is because there wasn't much else they could get him on. With Bush just about everything he does is a total # up.


I wish you people would grow up.


I wish that conservatives would follow their own standards.


When I argue with someone about something Bush does that I don't like, I'm not stupid enough to think that my argument is strengthened by saying something like, "...not only do I not like his energy policy, but did you know that some other guy once said that Bush said that he gets his orders from God"? Do you really expect that to bolster your positions?


For now, all I'm going to say on the Bush talking to God issue is that he did make an appearance on the arch-conservative Trinity Broadcasting Network program "Praise the Lord".



posted on Nov, 23 2005 @ 08:46 AM
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Originally posted by Odium
God: "Good boy."
G.W. Bush: "Dad is that you?"
God: "Do not look at the man behind the curtain."

I am sorry, but guys come on.

If I claimed God told me to kill someone, because they were harming society - such as a rapist, I would be locked up. President Bush has allowed thousands of the United State's and World's citizens...maybe it is about time he gets checked for mental stability?

As for Iraq or Afghanistan being better because of the United State's? Well I do not see flocks of people going over there to live - to kill American's, yes.


There WILL be flocks of people who want to return there.... those who were exiled, and those who were born there but moved when Saddam, and the Baath Socialist Party, took power (literally).



posted on Nov, 23 2005 @ 09:05 AM
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Originally posted by ShakyaHeir

Originally posted by Hamburglar
It's so stupid.

I can barely stand it anymore. The constant grasping at every straw. The constant clamoring for any bit of "news" that would suggest some insidious plot on the part of Bush and his cronies. The rush you must feel when spouting off stupid nicknames like "shrub" and being the first on your block to find a new reason to bash the President.


I think that there are a lot more reasons to bash Bush than any other president we have ever had. The reason that conservatives had to smear Clinton with details of his personal life is because there wasn't much else they could get him on. With Bush just about everything he does is a total # up.


I wish you people would grow up.


I wish that conservatives would follow their own standards.


When I argue with someone about something Bush does that I don't like, I'm not stupid enough to think that my argument is strengthened by saying something like, "...not only do I not like his energy policy, but did you know that some other guy once said that Bush said that he gets his orders from God"? Do you really expect that to bolster your positions?


For now, all I'm going to say on the Bush talking to God issue is that he did make an appearance on the arch-conservative Trinity Broadcasting Network program "Praise the Lord".


Smear Clinton? .... consider the following:
Administration Records Set

- The only president ever impeached strictly on grounds of personal malfeasance

- Most convictions and guilty pleas

- Most Cabinet officials to come under criminal investigation

- Most witnesses to flee country or refuse to testify

- Most witnesses to die suddenly

- Greatest amount of illegal campaign contributions

- Greatest amount of illegal campaign contributions from abroad

Crime Stats

- Number of individuals and businesses associated with the Clinton machine who have been convicted of or pleaded guilty to crimes: 47

- Number of these convictions during Clinton's presidency: 33

- Number of indictments/misdemeanor charges: 61

- Number of imprisonments: 14

- Number of congressional witnesses who have pleaded the Fifth Amendment, fled the country to avoid testifying, or (in the case of foreign witnesses) refused to be interviewed: 122 (9/99)

Crimes for Which Convictions Have Been Obtained

Drug trafficking (3), racketeering, extortion, bribery (4), tax evasion, kickbacks, embezzlement (2), fraud (12), conspiracy (5), fraudulent loans, illegal gifts (1), illegal campaign contributions (5), money laundering (6), perjury, obstruction of justice.

Other Matters Investigated by Special Prosecutors
and Congress or Reported in the Media

Bank and mail fraud, violations of campaign finance laws, illegal foreign campaign funding, improper exports of sensitive technology, physical violence and threats of violence, solicitation of perjury, intimidation of witnesses, bribery of witnesses, attempted intimidation of prosecutors, perjury before congressional committees, lying in statements to federal investigators and regulatory officials, flight of witnesses, obstruction of justice, bribery of cabinet members, real estate fraud, tax fraud, drug trafficking, failure to investigate drug trafficking, bribery of state officials, use of state police for personal purposes, exchange of promotions or benefits for sexual favors, using state police to provide false court testimony, laundering of drug money through a state agency, false reports by medical examiners and others investigating suspicious deaths, the firing of the RTC and FBI director when these agencies were investigating Clinton and his associates, failure to conduct autopsies in suspicious deaths, providing jobs in return for silence by witnesses, drug abuse, improper acquisition and use of 900 FBI files, improper futures trading, murder, sexual abuse of employees, false testimony before a federal judge, shredding of documents, withholding and concealment of subpoenaed documents, fabricated charges against (and improper firing of) White House employees, inviting drug traffickers, foreign agents and participants in organized crime to the White House.

Unexplained Phenomena

- FBI files misappropriated by the White House: c. 900

- Estimated number of witnesses quoted in FBI files misappropriated by the White House: 18,000

- Number of witnesses who developed medical problems at critical points in Clinton scandals investigation (Tucker, Hale, both McDougals, Lindsey): 5

- Problem areas listed in a memo by Clinton's own lawyer in preparation for the president's defense: 40

- Number of witnesses and critics of Clinton subjected to IRS audit: 45

- Number of names placed in a White House secret database without the knowledge of those named: c. 200,000

- Number of persons involved with Clinton who have been beaten up: 2

- Number of women involved with Clinton who claim to have been physically threatened: 5 (Sally Perdue, Gennifer Flowers, Kathleen Willey, Linda Tripp, Elizabeth Ward Gracen)

- Number of men involved in the Clinton scandals who have been beaten up or claimed to have been intimidated: 9

Arkansas Sudden Death Syndrome

- Number of persons in the Clinton orbit who are alleged to have committed suicide: 7

- Number known to have been murdered: 2

- Number who died in plane crashes: 11

- Number who died in automobile accidents: 3

- Number of key witnesses who have died of heart attacks while in federal custody under questionable circumstances: 1

- Number of medications being taken by Jim McDougal at the time he was placed in solitary confinement shortly before his death: 12

- Number of unexplained deaths: 3

- Total of above deaths: 31

- Number of northern Mafia killings during peak years of 1968-78: 30

- Number of Dixie Mafia killings during same period: 156

Arkansas Alzheimer's

- Number of times Hillary Clinton said "I don't recall" or its equivalent in a statement to a House investigating committee: 50

- Number of paragraphs in this statement: 42

- Number of times Bill Clinton said "I don't recall" or its equivalent in the released portions of the his testimony on Paula Jones: 271

- Total number of facts or events not recalled before official bodies by Bill Kennedy, Harold Ickes, Ricki Seidman, Bruce Lindsey, Bill Burton, Mark Gearan, Mack McLarty, Neil Eggleston, John Podesta, Jennifer O'Connor, Dwight Holton, Patsy Thomasson, Jeff Eller, Beth Nolan, Cliff Sloan, Bernard Nussbaum, George Stephanopoulous, Roy Neel, Rahm Emanuel, Maggie Williams, David Tarbell, Susan Thomases, Webster Hubbell, Roger Altman, Hillary Clinton, Bill Clinton: 6,125

- Average occurrence of memory lapse by top administration figures while before official bodies: 235

Arkansas Money Management

- Amount of an alleged electronic transfer from the Arkansas Development Financial Authority to a bank in the Cayman Islands during 1980s: $50 million

- Grand Cayman's population: 18,000

- Number of commercial banks: 570

- Number of bank regulators: 1

- Percent of purchasers from the Clintons and McDougals of resort lots who lost the land because of the sleazy financing provisions: more than 50 percent

The Media

- Number of journalists covering Whitewater who have been fired, transferred off the beat, resigned or otherwise gotten into trouble because of their work investigating the Clinton scandals (Doug Frantz, Jim Wooten, Richard Behar, Christopher Ruddy, Michael Isikoff, David Eisenstadt, Yinh Chan, Jonathan Broder, James R. Norman, Zoh Hieronimus): 10

Friends of Bill

- Number of times John Huang took the Fifth Amendment in answer to questions during a Judicial Watch deposition: 1,000

- Visits made to the White House by investigation subjects Johnny Chung, James Riady, John Huang, and Charlie Trie: 160

- Number of campaign contributors who got overnights at the White House in the two years before the 1996 election: 577

- Number of members of Thomas Boggs' law firm who have held top positions in the Clinton administration: 18

- Number of times John Huang was briefed by CIA: 37

- Number of calls Huang made from Commerce Department to Lippo banks: 261

- Number of intelligence reports Huang read while at Commerce: 500

Clinton was the most corrupt president in Americas history right up to the day he left (when they stole of damaged more than $300,000.00 worth of white house property. Of course, that's nothing compared to selling the entire patent database to the Chinese (including 50 years of nuclear technology) for campaign contributuins to the democratic party.

There are over 30 boxes of information on the above, and much more, concerning investigations on both Clintons; unfortunately, they must be kept secret for 25 years.... a law which should be changed.



posted on Nov, 28 2005 @ 07:59 PM
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Every President is a killer. His policies in office will kill people.

I just hate the fact it's a smurking idiot(Bush) doing it.



posted on Dec, 2 2005 @ 01:23 PM
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Originally posted by bodebliss
Every President is a killer. His policies in office will kill people.

I just hate the fact it's a smurking idiot(Bush) doing it.


It's SMIRKING".... geez......

Bushs's scores at Yake were higher than Kerry's, and his scores were also better that Clintons, though at a different college, so that's somewhat moot.

Freedom costs. Please..... just move to Cuba or somewhere. It sounds like someone TOLD you to hate Bush.

If God talks to him, then he must be on the correct side. Would Allah be better... or Budda? I don't think so.



posted on Dec, 2 2005 @ 01:27 PM
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Originally posted by Patriot36
ok here it is.....

I know how the conversations went between our Lord and President Tumbleweed... oppps i mean Bush


God..... George, I want you to lie about the attacks on the WTC on Sep 11 and cover everything up to save your butt because I have a mission for you.

Bush.... yes I will.... My life for you !!!

God..... George, I want you to lie again for me. I want you to lie to all the American people and all your allies about your need to go into Iraq and Afghanistan and I also want you to completely screw up the search for one man.

Bush.....yes i can do that definitely, im great at screwing things up, you have found the right man for the job.... My life for you !!!

God.... and George, I want you to continue to send young men and women over to Iraq to die for oil supplies.

Bush..... I can do that..... My life for you !!!!


All this talk is kinda humorous actually, no offense to the Bush supporters here, everyone is entitled to their opinion, that is what makes our country great, the values it was started on.


But watching Bush on tv and reading about his efforts on the internet reminds me of a character in the Stephen King novel "The Stand"

The character was the Trashcan Man...... MY LIFE FOR YOU !!!!!!


Turns out he didn't lie after all, but you obviously haven't kept up with the issue. It's been mentioned in a different forum here. Here's a sample:
A) The WMD's were moved to Syria

Saddam and Al-qaeda were practically joined at the hip.



posted on Dec, 2 2005 @ 01:30 PM
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..... no reply to the facts in my post concerning the "smearing" of ex-president Pantload?



posted on Dec, 2 2005 @ 05:07 PM
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"If God talks to him, then he must be on the correct side. Would Allah be better... or Budda? I don't think so."

You miss the point would Jesus(who mended the ear of his enemy) ask a pious man to take a position that requires he give orders that justly or unjustly cause the death of others? That must be Satan talking to Bush and you as well. Satan is giving orders to our President. What say you to that?

Look at Bush! Look at him through his actions and words. His only aim so far has been to be the "Golden Child" of the top 1% earners in this country and to take from the middle class as much as he can. The rich are not sending their children to Iraq. The rich are not paying the higher price in this conflict. The rich will be patting Bush on the back for decades after this Presidency.

I know you love authority figures. It is not in you to not kowtow to the almighty rich. It is you who should move to China(where they have capitalism with an authoritarian face) not I.



posted on Dec, 2 2005 @ 05:32 PM
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Common on, really. If he really said this, he has convinced me that he is the dumbest man that walks the face of this earth. I supported Bush when he ran for his 2nd term. I dont agree with almost anything he does or feels. But God is one thing I do agree with him on. I am sorry but me and Bush dont serve the same God. My God, of mercy and grace would not tell a man to send his people to kill women children and men. Everyday that Bush lives as the president of the US, he is bigging himself a grave. I DO NOT want to play God and say what he would or wouldnt tell someone to do, but really would God tell someone to send his people to begin a masscre? I dont think so. I bet you I WONT be voting for bush next year lol



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