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SelesFan70
Jun 16th, 2006, 09:41 PM
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Nancy Pelosi: "I can't wait to impeach that Bush bastard!"

I swear, if the democrats fuck this up they are hopeless I tell you! :lol: Everything is going their way!

KoOlMaNsEaN
Jun 16th, 2006, 09:47 PM
"How am I a Democrat?!"
"Oh just get on with it already :rolleyes:"

*JR*
Jun 16th, 2006, 10:29 PM
Kerry Ignites Progressives at Take Back America Conference :spit:
Posted by Ron Chusid
June 13th, 2006 @ 11:04 am

Thanks to the speed of the blogosphere, first reactions to John Kerry’s speech at the Take Back America Conference are starting to come in. John Kerry has taken a lot of criticism for his vote for the Iraq War Resolution. This included mild criticism from those of us who supported him due to understanding his vote was not a vote in support of going to war, and much harsher criticism from those who misunderstood his position. By taking a leadership role in opposing the war, and by acknowledging his error on the IWR vote, Kerry is getting a second look from some progressives. (You mean morons). :rolleyes: TomPaine.com reports favorably on Kerry’s speech at the Take Back America conference:

Sen. John Kerry of Massachusetts ignited us at the Take Back America conference by admitting that his 2002 vote for the resolution authorizing the use of force in Iraq was wrong. “It is essential to acknowledge that the war itself was a mistake,” Kerry said, adding, “I was wrong to vote for that war resolution.” ("A day late and a dollar short"). He received sustained applause and some cheers. (From gullible assholes).

Contrast that with the comments of Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, who has become famous for her assiduous courtship of the center — and at times, even the right — as well as her coy courtship with a 2008 presidential bid. While she criticized the Bush administration’s prosecution of the war and its “open-ended commitment,” she added that she believed it was wrong to “set a date certain” for withdrawal. She received a scattering of applause and a number of boos.

Kerry told the morning plenary session that he is going to sponsor an amendment to the defense spending bill demanding a withdrawal of all U.S. troops from Iraq by the end of the year. It is measure that will apparently put Kerry at odds with the more cautious Clinton. It will force her to make a choice between those who are urging caution in Iraq and Kerry’s now full-throated denunciation of the war and the way it is being executed. (A day late...)

“A war on Iraq founded on a lie can never be true to the American character,” Kerry said early in his speech, which was almost totally devoted to the war, in contrast to Clinton’s, which was mainly focused on domestic policy. Kerry drew parallels between the Iraq war and the Vietnam War that he was a soldier in, noting that in both wars, thousands of soldiers were killed or injured long after policymakers realized they had headed in the wrong direction but stubbornly refused to reverse themselves. “It was morally wrong then and it is morally wrong now,” he said. (A day late...)

In direct contrast to Clinton’s refusal to back a firm deadline for troop withdrawal, Kerry said, “We need a hard and fast deadline” and a policy that demands that Iraqis take responsibility for their own security. He said that every movement in Iraq toward the establishment of a permament consensus government has been prompted by deadlines set by the Bush administration and coalition partners.

Kerry also offered a set of principles he said progressives should stand for:

• Tell the truth to the American people.

• “Fire the incompetents” and hold government accountable. (Lets start with you as a Senator, John).

• Make America secure by making America energy independent.

• “Value work, not wealth.” (From a golddigger who married two very wealthy women).

• Export products, not jobs. (Except yours, Senator).

• Provide affordable health care for all Americans.

• Address global warming and the pollution of our air and water.

lakeway11
Jun 16th, 2006, 11:56 PM
Kerry also offered a set of principles he said progressives should stand for:

• Tell the truth to the American people.

people don't want to hear the truth (government is evil)

• “Fire the incompetents” and hold government accountable.

goodbye 90% + of the congressmen


• Make America secure by making America energy independent.

ha, talk about a pipe dream let alone economically stupid and from a party that want to leave Alaska drilling alone

• “Value work, not wealth.”

[comment] From a golddigger who married two very wealthy women.

good one and so true...and this statement comes from a party of the Welfare State (which disvalues work)

• Export products, not jobs.

yes, but tell that to the Globalists and the Bilderbergers not us moron

• Provide affordable health care for all Americans.

ha, the same ol same ol...define affordable you pusshead and does "all" include illegals???

• Address global warming and the pollution of our air and water.

global warming does not exists in terms that humans can do anything about it...that is like saying we need to slow the sun down and make the moon brighter. Yes, DO SOMETHING about the pollution of the air and water, which the market can do wonders about if left to do it...but the agenda is to put poisons like fluoride is the water and toxins in food to do all sorts of bad things...where are the Dems on aspartame and Rummy anyways?

Diam's
Jun 17th, 2006, 12:09 AM
• Address global warming and the pollution of our air and water.

global warming does not exists in terms that humans can do anything about it...that is like saying we need to slow the sun down and make the moon brighter. Yes, DO SOMETHING about the pollution of the air and water, which the market can do wonders about if left to do it...but the agenda is to put poisons like fluoride is the water and toxins in food to do all sorts of bad things...where are the Dems on aspartame and Rummy anyways?

:speakles: :cuckoo: :bs: :tape:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Global_warming

lakeway11
Jun 17th, 2006, 12:47 AM
:speakles: :cuckoo: :bs: :tape:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Global_warming

In 1998, 17,000 scientists, six of whom are Nobel Laureates, signed the Oregon Petition, which declares, in part: "There is no convincing scientific evidence that human release of greenhouse gasses is causing or will, in the foreseeable future, cause catastrophic heating of the Earth's atmosphere and disruption of the Earth's climate. "

...In 1999 over ten thousand of the world's most renowned climatologists, astrophysicists, meteorologists, etc., signed an open letter by Frederick Seitz, NAS Past President, that states, in part: the Kyoto Accord is "based upon flawed ideas."

...in a paper in June of 2001, aptly titled, GLOBAL WARMING: The Press Gets It Wrong -- our report doesn't support the Kyoto treaty, Dr. Richard S. Lindzen, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, wrote: "Science, in the public arena, is commonly used as a source of authority with which to bludgeon political opponents and propagandize uninformed citizens."

....Many scientists believe that the Kyoto agreement is a total waste of time and one of the biggest political scams ever perpetrated on the public ... as H L Mencken said "the fundamental aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed, and hence clamorous to be led to safety, by menacing it with an endless series of hobgoblins, all of them imaginary" ... the desire to save the world usually fronts a desire to rule it. :lol:

http://www.junkscience.com/images/robinson.gif

Global Warming - Myth or Reality? : The Erring Ways of Climatology
http://www.praxis-publishing.co.uk/view.asp?id=158&search=home

Scotso
Jun 17th, 2006, 12:53 AM
Don't screw it up, Dems.

Diam's
Jun 17th, 2006, 01:40 AM
In 1998, 17,000 scientists, six of whom are Nobel Laureates, signed the Oregon Petition, which declares, in part: "There is no convincing scientific evidence that human release of greenhouse gasses is causing or will, in the foreseeable future, cause catastrophic heating of the Earth's atmosphere and disruption of the Earth's climate. "

...In 1999 over ten thousand of the world's most renowned climatologists, astrophysicists, meteorologists, etc., signed an open letter by Frederick Seitz, NAS Past President, that states, in part: the Kyoto Accord is "based upon flawed ideas."

...in a paper in June of 2001, aptly titled, GLOBAL WARMING: The Press Gets It Wrong -- our report doesn't support the Kyoto treaty, Dr. Richard S. Lindzen, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, wrote: "Science, in the public arena, is commonly used as a source of authority with which to bludgeon political opponents and propagandize uninformed citizens."

....Many scientists believe that the Kyoto agreement is a total waste of time and one of the biggest political scams ever perpetrated on the public ... as H L Mencken said "the fundamental aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed, and hence clamorous to be led to safety, by menacing it with an endless series of hobgoblins, all of them imaginary" ... the desire to save the world usually fronts a desire to rule it. :lol:


Great quote from Capitalism Magazine!
I'm sure they are objective :worship:
:lol:

Diam's
Jun 17th, 2006, 01:47 AM
Btw thx for the link to capmag.com!
I find it quite entertaining to say the least :haha:

Barrie_Dude
Jun 17th, 2006, 03:12 AM
http://us.news3.yimg.com/us.i2.yimg.com/p/ap/20060616/capt.fed49a9fb9d649acb7d6503ea3a232d4.democrats_wc ap104.jpg

You Mean I Am Supposed To Try? :scratch:

timafi
Jun 17th, 2006, 03:57 AM
Nancy: " I need a few more shots of Botox" :angel: :angel:
Harry: " think my heartburn is kicking in"
:devil: