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Dennis Miller's letter to Karl.

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posted on Mar, 19 2003 @ 01:55 PM
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> Trying to help
> (article in Wichita Falls paper by Dennis Miller)
>
> All the rhetoric on whether or not we should go to war against Iraq has
> got my insane little brain spinning like a roulette wheel. I enjoy reading
> opinions from both sides, but I have detected a hint of confusion from
> some of you. As I was reading the paper recently, I was reminded of the
> best advice someone ever gave me. He told me about the kiss method (keep
> it simple, stupid!). So, with this as a theme, I'd like to apply this
> theory for those who don't quite get it. My hope is that we can simplify
> things a bit and recognize a few important facts.
>
> Here are 10 things to consider when voicing an opinion on this important
> issue:
>
> 1) Between President Bush and Saddam Hussein...Hussein is the bad guy.
>
>
> 2) If you have faith in the United Nations to do the right thing, keep
> this in mind: they have Libya heading the committee on human rights and
> Iraq heading the global disarmament committee. Do your own math here.
>
>
> 3) If you use Google search and type in "French military victories," your
> reply will be: "did you mean French military defeats?"
>
>
> 4) If your only anti-war slogan is "no war for oil," sue your school
> district for allowing you to slip through the cracks and robbing you of
> the education you deserve.
>
>
> 5) Saddam and bin Laden will not seek United Nations approval before they
> try to kill us.
>
>
> 6) Despite common belief, Martin Sheen is not the president. He only plays
> one on TV.
>
>
> 7) Even if you are anti-war, you are still an "infidel" and bin Laden
> wants you dead, too.
>
>
> 8) If you believe in a "vast right-wing conspiracy," but not in the danger
> that Hussein poses, quit hanging out with the Dell computer dude.
>
>
> 9) We are trying to liberate them. He is trying to kill us.
>
>
> 10) Whether you are for military action or against it, our young men and
> women overseas are fighting for us to defend our right to speak out. We
> all need to support them without reservation.




posted on Mar, 19 2003 @ 02:10 PM
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> 1) Between President Bush and Saddam Hussein...Hussein is the bad guy.

Im ready to believe it, but there is no proof of that.

> 2) If you have faith in the United Nations to do the right thing, keep
> this in mind: they have Libya heading the committee on human rights and
> Iraq heading the global disarmament committee. Do your own math here.

You are uninformed.


> 3) If you use Google search and type in "French military victories," your
> reply will be: "did you mean French military defeats?"

uninteresting

>
> 4) If your only anti-war slogan is "no war for oil," sue your school
> district for allowing you to slip through the cracks and robbing you of
> the education you deserve.

Oil is an important factor in the region

>
> 5) Saddam and bin Laden will not seek United Nations approval before they
> try to kill us.
>
> 6) Despite common belief, Martin Sheen is not the president. He only plays
> one on TV.
>
> 7) Even if you are anti-war, you are still an "infidel" and bin Laden
> wants you dead, too.
>
> 8) If you believe in a "vast right-wing conspiracy," but not in the danger
> that Hussein poses, quit hanging out with the Dell computer dude.
>
no i dont believe in vast conspiracies. Read the title of the article Ocelot, good Ocelot is linking to.

>
> 9) We are trying to liberate them. He is trying to kill us.

no proof for either of these statements

>



posted on Mar, 19 2003 @ 02:12 PM
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in ocelots post "ROLLING START"



posted on Mar, 19 2003 @ 02:31 PM
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2) If you have faith in the United Nations to do the right thing, keep
> this in mind: they have Libya heading the committee on human rights and
> Iraq heading the global disarmament committee. Do your own math here.

You are uninformed.

Uninformed in what way? I am confused by your answer to this. Libya IS heading the committee on human rights and Iraq WAS (the UN recently pulled them) going to head the global disarmament committee. There is no uninformed or informed this is just the Alpha rotation policy of the UN.

Again, if you backed up your arguments better you would not consistantly incur the wrath of TC, William, Me, AF1, etc etc



posted on Mar, 19 2003 @ 02:33 PM
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Attention Karl!!!

You are under arrest!!! For possesion of stupidity with intent to deliver!!! Surrender now and no harm will come to you!!!




[Edited on 19-3-2003 by thehippiedude]



posted on Mar, 19 2003 @ 02:39 PM
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Karl I see you did n`t answer 5 and 7. Perhaps you might like to address them? Seems to be a rather large gap.

If you are wrong be big enough to admit it and don`t keep backing yourself in to a corner, your stupidity will only rebound on you

[Edited on 19-3-2003 by cassini]



posted on Mar, 19 2003 @ 02:52 PM
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Karl has no credibility whatsoever. If you haven't already read the thread entitled "coalition of the willing". He said that Italy wasn't supporting the US. When asked for proof he posted a link to an article written in Italian, I guess thinking that we were too stupid to translate it. Myself and K_OS translated it, and it turned out to be a chimpanzee stealing phones or something.

Karl is a FRAUD!!!!!!!!!!



posted on Mar, 19 2003 @ 11:32 PM
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Originally posted by thehippiedude
Attention Karl!!!
You are under arrest!!! For possesion of stupidity with intent to deliver!!! Surrender now and no harm will come to you!!!

If we're lucky, perhaps we'll find Karl showing up on a report at www.darwinawards.com...



posted on Mar, 19 2003 @ 11:50 PM
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geez, i think he likes being raked over the coals.



posted on Mar, 20 2003 @ 01:09 AM
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I am amazed by karl's arguments here. you refute the factual parts. you offer no argument against some of the more important points, particularly 5 & 7, and you say "oil is an important factor in the region" as an answer? Is that what you think is going on here? Do you see us attack Bahrain or Qatar or Kuwait? There are other countries in the region with a lot of money. Their leaders happen not to be lunatics though, and we don't attack them... Notice anything there Karl?



posted on Mar, 20 2003 @ 09:36 AM
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Originally posted by Karl Molarius
> 1) Between President Bush and Saddam Hussein...Hussein is the bad guy.

Im ready to believe it, but there is no proof of that.



What do you mean theres "no proof of that"?! Have you been living under a rock!?



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