Originally posted by Thomas Crowne
What truth, Zion? Truth must be founded on something solid. Truth cannot be founded on feeeeeeling, emotion, or your own heart. Those
foundations are shifting , unreliable and deceitful. Truth cannot be based on any statute or moral concept as it would also be unreliable. Truth
should be viewed logically and with temperment, as venomous, seething hatred clouds rationality and distorts truth.
Colonel may have brought a reason for the mud pit to exist, and there may be alot more life and spirit in this forum than others, but that does not
bring the truth. He does, however, give reason for counterpoints that do reveal the truth.
I come here with truth after truth after truth, with verifying sources. And I use it like a club to bash you repugnants into submission.
For example, I don't want to hear ANY MORE LIES about how Clinton was the cause for 9-11 when it was in fact, Bush.
Salon.com January 15, 2002
Don't Blame Clinton
Conservatives who once ridiculed and obstructed the former president's aggressive efforts to fight terrorism are now trying to pin Sept. 11 on him.
They have a lot of nerve.
On Clinton's watch, the CIA instituted a special al-Qaida unit that thwarted several deadly conspiracies, including a scheme to blow up Los Angeles
International Airport on Millennium Eve, and plots to bomb the Holland and Lincoln tunnels in New York as well as the United Nations building. Timely
intelligence also prevented a deadly assault on the Israeli embassy in Washington. As early as 1996 -- as reported by the Post and other publications
-- the State Department and the CIA began to neutralize dozens of terrorist cells overseas through prosecutions, extraditions and executions quietly
undertaken by allies on every continent, from Albania to the Philippines.
A month before Clinton left office -- and nine months before the planes hit the World Trade Center and the Pentagon -- those successful operations
were praised by the nation's most experienced diplomats in this field, including conservatives. "Overall, I give them very high marks," said Robert
Oakley, who served as ambassador for counterterrorism in the Reagan State Department, to a reporter for the Washington Post. "The only major
criticism I have is the obsession with Osama, which has made him stronger." Paul Bremer, who also held the same post under Reagan and later was
chosen by congressional leaders to chair the National Commission on Terrorism, disagreed slightly with his colleague. Bremer told the Post he believed
that the Clinton administration had "correctly focused on bin Laden."
Your conservative party is filled with the Spirit of Cain, making you the most evil of people. You all are morally bankrupt, lying, hypocritical.
And let's see the stars of THAT show:
1) Rush ("Gimme drugs, gimme drugs") Limbaugh
2) Bill (Just one more hand") Bennet
3) Ann ("the Man and my books are filled with unresearched lies") Coulter
4) Michael ("I'm the Gimp in Pulp Fiction") Savage
Omigod...thgere's just too many people to name......