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samsung101
Nov 13th, 2006, 07:28 PM
Considering Newsweek is one of the two unofficial Democratic National
Committee publications, with Time, it found that 78% of the polled
Americans (usually largely DNC leaning anyway)...were very concerned
to somewhat concerned about the Democrats pulling out of Iraq
too fast.


69% concerned the Democrats would keep the Administration from
doing what it needs to in order to fight terrorism.

Uh, a little late for that concern isn't it?

We've already seen the Democrats retreat from their campaign
promises, and it's only been one week.

We heard 'no retreat', 'no extreme politics'. Uh, okay again.
We heard only retreat and withdraw yesterday on tv from them,
and we see who has been given the committee chairmanships.
All moderate and conservative Democrats, especially the new ones
elected, see the door on the way out.........

jbone_0307
Nov 13th, 2006, 08:06 PM
The people spoke on election day.

wta_zuperfann
Nov 13th, 2006, 08:29 PM
The people spoke on election day.


and they also believe :devil: Bush:devil: should be impeached:


http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/10562904


Alas - poor samsung!

SelesFan70
Nov 13th, 2006, 09:12 PM
Considering Newsweek is one of the two unofficial Democratic National
Committee publications, with Time, it found that 78% of the polled
Americans (usually largely DNC leaning anyway)...were very concerned
to somewhat concerned about the Democrats pulling out of Iraq
too fast.


69% concerned the Democrats would keep the Administration from
doing what it needs to in order to fight terrorism.

Uh, a little late for that concern isn't it?
We've already seen the Democrats retreat from their campaign
promises, and it's only been one week.

We heard 'no retreat', 'no extreme politics'. Uh, okay again.
We heard only retreat and withdraw yesterday on tv from them,
and we see who has been given the committee chairmanships.
All moderate and conservative Democrats, especially the new ones
elected, see the door on the way out.........

The understatement of the month.

LoveFifteen
Nov 13th, 2006, 09:24 PM
I want American troops out of Iraq now. :mad:

ys
Nov 14th, 2006, 02:29 AM
I want American troops out of Iraq now. :mad:

You also want $6 per gallon gas, Turkey being destabilized by Kurds, Iraq becoming a major Al Qaeda terrorist base, and all Middle East, including Israel going to hell. And when it happens, you'll again blame Bush in Republicans in all that trouble, and you'll be in your rigth to do so.

Kunal
Nov 14th, 2006, 06:48 AM
bush still has a big influence....and aint gonna rush up any plans of retreating troops

Paneru
Nov 14th, 2006, 11:46 AM
You also want $6 per gallon gas, Turkey being destabilized by Kurds, Iraq becoming a major Al Qaeda terrorist base, and all Middle East, including Israel going to hell. And when it happens, you'll again blame Bush in Republicans in all that trouble, and you'll be in your rigth to do so.

Can you re-cap for me what it was in these instances
before the US invading Iraq perpetrated by a lie?

Regardless, their is NO WAY Bush is gonna pull-out
of Iraq until he has gotten all he has wanted from it.

Apart from the political squabbling, you do wonder how
many will have to and are going to die all-around before
this is over and what the landscape of everything will look like.

wta_zuperfann
Nov 14th, 2006, 12:16 PM
you'll again blame Bush in Republicans in all that trouble


The fact is that the Middle East was FAR more stable and the prospects for peaceful reconciliation between East and West was much likelier BEFORE Bush made his criminal invasion.

wta_zuperfann
Nov 14th, 2006, 12:45 PM
:devil: Bush:devil: & Blair sink in their own shyte:



http://image.guardian.co.uk/sys-images/Guardian/Pix/steve_bell/2006/11/14/bell141106a.jpg

Sam L
Nov 14th, 2006, 01:09 PM
You also want $6 per gallon gas, Turkey being destabilized by Kurds, Iraq becoming a major Al Qaeda terrorist base, and all Middle East, including Israel going to hell. And when it happens, you'll again blame Bush in Republicans in all that trouble, and you'll be in your rigth to do so.

That's true.


The fact is that the Middle East was FAR more stable and the prospects for peaceful reconciliation between East and West was much likelier BEFORE Bush made his criminal invasion.

Firstly that's not true. And it wasn't a criminal invasion otherwise he'd be tried for war crimes.

Paneru
Nov 14th, 2006, 01:25 PM
Firstly that's not true. And it wasn't a criminal invasion otherwise he'd be tried for war crimes.

I don't know why the hell it isn't!
You defied the rules and you went
into a country by perpetrating a lie!

If it were another country do this you'd
be on your horn, so don't even go there!

As for Bush & war crimes, weren't he and his
people trying to pass a bill or something where
none of them can be charged with anything? If so,
why would you need to want that if you know you
did nothing wrong?

Yeah, sell that BS somewhere else. :cool:


Bush and his team deserved to be charges with war crimes!
And for as much as I liked Mr.Powell, his ass is just as deep
in it as well.

samsung101
Nov 14th, 2006, 03:07 PM
*When are we going to pull our troops out Europe, South Korea,
Japan, and South America? Considering the meek NATO and the
non-existent EU troops (even now after how many years), how would
Europe fare w/o any USA troops in the region, w/Iran and Syria and
a bolstered Al Queda led Iraq nearby?



*Again, fine time to think of that voters......you get what
you voted for. Think San Francisco politics, and that's
what you'll get for 2 years, in everything.




1 year of scandals blown up by the compliant media, and the Foley
text messages to an 18 year old former page, and Allen's Macaca
stupidity did in the GOP...1 seat is what we're talking about. The
war was pretty evenly divided among the nation.

However, no poll before the election, and none since, backs a
national referendum to bail on Iraq suddenly....and 6 months
is sudden for the military.


1 1/2 years is okay with me. That would be where I thought it would
be, about 3-4 years, 5 at most.


*In the meantime, we have Iran openly calling for the destruction
and elimination of Israel, Syria and Iran and North Korea and Venezuela
forming new alliances w/ billions and nukes in hand, and we have Al
Queda cheering on Nancy Pelosi and John Murtha........


*Murtha's 'Okinawa' redeployment plan is ridiculous. Even
Tim Russert blasted him on that. Physically, it's nonsense.
It took 1 full year to deploy troops to the region of Iraq,
in 3 or 4 nations w/o Turkey's help.


*Bush Administration made changes to the national guard
call up over 6 months ago....generally ignored by the media.
That alone ensures that troops will be out of Iraq sooner than
later, as w/o the guard numbers to be called to duty for sufficient
periods of time, the deployments cannot continue past about
1 1/2 years, 2 at most.

That was Rumsfelds military that enacted that already, and it
went very underreported.