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Bush the stinkin Liar! I had enough of his SH*t! ECK thxs!

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posted on Feb, 18 2004 @ 10:06 PM
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You will get the same thing from the next winner, since Diebold has a lock on the voting business, and the banks have us in their servitude printing out fiat money for more than 90 years, and it is backed by your blood sweat and tears.

The solution is monetary reform, not political reform, since politics long ago vanished into a Holmes and Knowlton brain job, supplemented by the black hole of endless money for nothing for the top feeders and zilch for the people who earn it.

[Edited on 18-2-2004 by SkipShipman]




posted on Feb, 18 2004 @ 10:22 PM
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"I guess Theneo that's it's the reality of hearing about Bush and his trail weekly, if not daily."

Really?
Perhaps what you and others say here can convince others of the 'reality' of what many here don't want to see, much less, seen get posted?

"Troops laud Bush
Soldier: ''He has kept to his message on war and terror''

www.shreveporttimes.com...

Exceprt:

"FORT POLK - Greeted Tuesday with cheers at this Army base that has deployed more than 10,000 troops to Iraq and Afghanistan since 9/11, President George W. Bush declared, "With people like you, there is no doubt the enemy will be defeated and freedom will prevail......
Bush snapped a sharp salute before the applauding soldiers and their families, a crowd estimated at 10,000 to 12,000, many chanting "USA, USA." "



Is this board agenda driven just as the media? Does hate prevent some from seeing what millions see otherwise? Perception indeed.....
The question is: is perception based on agenda versus so-called "reality" and truth.

The universe, philisophically works based on 'cause and effect'...like ying and yang. For every bit of the bad brought up, there is undoubtedly good that is not brought up.
*shrugs*....IMHO. its really a matter of perception. Agenda is driven by the determined subjective perception?



regards
seekerof

[Edited on 18-2-2004 by Seekerof]



posted on Feb, 18 2004 @ 10:53 PM
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I don't hate Bush, I don't think he's evil, but I can't speak for many people who may.

The media rarely reports good happenings anyway, but I'll praise Bush if I see something worth praising. But it really doesn't matter about praise, I am just on the opposite side of the spectrum, opposed to him. All this 'hatespeak' if you will about the internet and wherever doesn't seem to amount to much anyhow. Maybe I'm a little fustrated that it doesn't.

Masses may uphold him, but in my mind I'm far from that.

I would think perception would be whatever you see or choose to see.



posted on Feb, 18 2004 @ 11:14 PM
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I hate bush... not because he is evil but because he is a puppet with such a low level of intelligence he has no idea of it... sadly whether bush is re-elected or not it will be the same... so i just generally hate the American administration... (Clinton was ok, but i still think you guys could do better, your population is like in the hundres of millions... i'm sure you could eventually find someone who is capable of unnin a country)



posted on Feb, 18 2004 @ 11:26 PM
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Originally posted by Requiem
I don't hate Bush, I don't think he's evil, but I can't speak for many people who may.

The media rarely reports good happenings anyway, but I'll praise Bush if I see something worth praising. But it really doesn't matter about praise, I am just on the opposite side of the spectrum, opposed to him. All this 'hatespeak' if you will about the internet and wherever doesn't seem to amount to much anyhow. Maybe I'm a little fustrated that it doesn't.

Masses may uphold him, but in my mind I'm far from that.

I would think perception would be whatever you see or choose to see.


Look there is no such thing in this world as a successful or powerful person that is not beholden to somebody else. Too bad but its a fact of life.

America may vote for Kerry but he is also a bonesman. He is also wealthy. He is also isolated from the people that he is supposed to understand, the voter. He is also under control of the REAL power brokers. But tell me if I am wrong, a lot of people around here will never see those faults in him nor will they ever complain. Many of those same people are not even experienced enough in life to know that most of what he is saying and promising is bull#. All they know is what their teacher tells them. Then there is the die hard socialists, the unionists or people with some soft government job somewhere. These people I dislike more, they are paid a premium for their 'labours' and offered 'security' often paid for my people worse off than themselves...but they are socialists dammit!

Are the rich better? No but I never met a rich man that hated hard working and ambitious people that could care about something bigger than themselves.



posted on Feb, 19 2004 @ 08:19 AM
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"I agree, I believe in recent times, that the US picks on countries that the US deems we can take, or are really weak. Thats why we aren't doing anything in N. Korea where millions of people are starving."

are you suggesting we pick a fight on NK? it seems you're talking more along the lines of "honour"...



posted on Feb, 19 2004 @ 08:33 AM
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Originally posted by Cearbhall
I'm getting out of the service early, five months early to be exact. The USAF is over manned and issued a reshaping programme to release people for active duty. I volunteered, I'm not going to be Bush's pawn anymore, he made repubs look bad! He lied to me and the nation on his so called "War on Terrorism" we had no right to go into Iraq in the first place under his lies, I wished he told us the truth.

Saddam wasn't IMO going to do squat, Bush and his regime went for the oil and other economic gains and to flex our "muscles" We act like bullys and it angers me. I'm a republican still though, and I see Bush as a bad seed in the party that needs to be purged. ECK is right on him and his regime. Thanks bro for opening the door for me to explore and find out how bad Bush is.

I'm sickened for the families that are losing sons and daughters for a pack or lies! LIES!!!!!!! I didn't join the service to go bully other countries I'm out and moving back to Ft. Walton Beach Florida to open up a restaurant or club or maybe a small movie studio.


Cearball, first of all - Thank you for your honorable service, bro. You're the best of the best.

I'm sorry our government let you and America down! It's a damm shame, indeed. The Bush administration has abused our military - ironically - even more than Klinton did - on a much larger scale. Our military is made up of fine, dedicated people - like Cearball - and they should be treated with the highest respect for what they do/done. Military life ain't always so easy.

I hope you're able to look back with some fondness and much pride for what you accomplished and experienced. It's something burned into you and you'll never forget. Learn from it. Apply that experience to every endeavor and know - there's nothing you can't do if you set your mind to it!

Awesome on the restaurant idea!
Go for it, man; you only live once. Now pour me a shot of Jose'!



posted on Feb, 19 2004 @ 11:02 AM
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Originally posted by Seekerof
[Perhaps what you and others say here can convince others of the 'reality' of what many here don't want to see, much less, seen get posted?


Elliptical Speak, Seek?
Been hanging with Estragon?

People's perceptions are started at a distance of an arms length.
The 'hate' that has some in hyper mode is warranted based on their perceptions and those perceptions are based on experience. That the families of those soldiers, whose bodies will never be whole again because of a bomb or worse, don't get the media face time like a preordained pep rally in support of, does not mean they are not out there in large numbers.
Those in unwavering support of this administrations are the psychological anomaly that deserves extra microscope time by far.



posted on Feb, 19 2004 @ 11:08 AM
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Well, alright then Cear. So, you don't want to serve him any longer, but like I said, it is not your responsibility as a soldier to A) Like the orders B) Respect the orders C) Agree with the orders. You are obliged to none of these - that is not your role. A soldier fights where he/she is told to fight, and goes where they are told to go, that is all.

What you should do, as I see it as it is right now, is, serve for the rest of the time you are supposed to serve, (there is an amount), then get out as soon as you can. However, you signed up and, when you signed up, agreed to fight and serve for the United States of America, and for that agreement, you should honor it. Since you are bound, you made the agreement willingly, you should respectfully serve the rest of the time needed with the USAF. When your out, don't worry about it any longer.

Simple as that, serve the rest of your time, and be done with it. No need to agree, like, or respect it. Just get it done, its your feelings, no one can touch that.

-wD



posted on Feb, 19 2004 @ 11:13 AM
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Glad you caught on...



posted on Feb, 19 2004 @ 11:35 AM
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Cearball willingly joined. And had faith in his chain of command. He's walked through it. And now his views have changed. He has shown growth. That's always good.

It's true that when you are in uniform, you have no say in what you do or where you're sent. That's the faustian bargain. The military LOVES the young 'cause they don't have the experience and world-view to know any better than what they're told. And most of them are unswervingly patriotic. (Or, extremely naive, some would say.) On top of that they indoctrinate the hell out of recruits. I mean to the point of making a soldier hate someone he/she didn't know existed a few months earlier. I suppose it has to be that way to effectively train an army. The way of the world.

Thank God, tho, for those who are able to still think for themselves at the end of the day. To be able to discern propaganda from the truth. Cearball's experience is excellent and it will serve him well.

Now, he has every right to be mad as hell and to get out. It may even save his life. I just hope he uses his experience to help others understand what the military is like. If you havn't been there, you have no concept of the culture and demands.



posted on Feb, 19 2004 @ 11:44 AM
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Can't help but notice this thread just disappeared from the "Today's Posts" board. Kinda fishy, eh?

What's up with that?



posted on Feb, 19 2004 @ 12:41 PM
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Well Cearbhall, somebody obviously doesn't like what this thread says. It just disappeared from the TP board. Figures.



posted on Feb, 19 2004 @ 01:12 PM
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I can honestly say that i love all beings
Hard to beleive .. i know that but i reached a point in my life some years ago where i forgave even those who would seek to put this body in the grave.......love thy enemy...i never claim to be a christian...but how many supposed christians do you know of that can live up to even that one single teaching of the Christ?....i dont hate George and i dont hate Osama.... it is mans igonrance which in part is due to the triply delusive screen of illusion and the three gunas which obstruct us from the sole reality of god
there is no politician or lawyer or anyone that is free from this unless that person is a true saint or one of the great masters
Destroy the ego and all else will follow
AUM



posted on Feb, 19 2004 @ 01:23 PM
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Originally posted by watcheroftheskies
I can honestly say that i love all beings
Hard to beleive .. i know that but i reached a point in my life some years ago where i forgave even those who would seek to put this body in the grave.......love thy enemy...i never claim to be a christian...but how many supposed christians do you know of that can live up to even that one single teaching of the Christ?....i dont hate George and i dont hate Osama.... it is mans igonrance which in part is due to the triply delusive screen of illusion and the three gunas which obstruct us from the sole reality of god
there is no politician or lawyer or anyone that is free from this unless that person is a true saint or one of the great masters
Destroy the ego and all else will follow
AUM


Those are nice ideas, but for some of us, if all can not be like that, then none can.

I would love to love my neighbor, and for the most part I do, but love is the easiest emotion to convert to hate. The levels usually convert the same from one to the other.



posted on Feb, 19 2004 @ 01:43 PM
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At this point in my life, I don't hate anyone. It takes too much energy to hate.



posted on Feb, 19 2004 @ 02:50 PM
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Still wondering WHY this thread doesn't appear on the Today's Posts board, like every other thread does? Moderators? Hello?

A N Y B O D Y O U T THERE?



posted on Feb, 19 2004 @ 05:44 PM
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It's in the mudpit. Nothing from the mudpit shows on the todays posts board. Mostly from Colonel getting all riled up
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posted on Feb, 19 2004 @ 07:26 PM
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Seeker,
The USAF came out with a reshaping programme because too many people joined up in the late 90s and now it is overmanned.

Krazy,
Thanks for your concern.

ECK,
Thanks for your encouragement brother.



posted on Feb, 20 2004 @ 08:26 AM
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Originally posted by Cearbhall
Seeker,
The USAF came out with a reshaping programme because too many people joined up in the late 90s and now it is overmanned.

Krazy,
Thanks for your concern.

ECK,
Thanks for your encouragement brother.


Always.

Seekerof, after we came home from the Gulf War they began the drawdown. Remember? Many, many people took early outs from officers to privates. It's nuthin' unusual. A lot of companies were offering the troops bigtime jobs and the Army was offering bigtime buyouts.

To anyone who thinks Cearbhall's decision to leave early is dishonorable: That's nonsense. I knew a lot of honorable people who were ready for something new and better, so they took the money ran. To him, I say best 'o' luck.



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