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Dumb and Dumber....(Sheehan/Chavez)

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  1. Feb 8, 2006 #1 of 23
    n8dagr8

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    Has this lady just gone retarded or was she already there? She's definitely got the monopoly on ugly.


    okay, I apologize to all the retarded people. That really wasn't fair to them.
     
  2. Feb 9, 2006 #2 of 23
    DonLandis

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    "She's definitely got the monopoly on ugly"

    Janet Reno?
     
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    Dang The Hung

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    This is absolutely sickening. Casey Sheehan has to be spinning in his grave over this one. His mother is making bed fellows with the very socialist scum that our country has come to defend aganist.

    Hanoi Jane, meet your fugly other half, Socialist Sheehan. Doesn't this fall under the definition of a treason in the constitution? :scratch:
     
  4. Nick

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    The grinning idiot clinging to Je$$e Jack$on is Cindy Sheehan... the sob sister protesting the war at Bush's ranch, who lost her son in the war, the same son she gave up in her divorce when he was 7 years old.

    And by the way, if you're wondering why she has so much free time ... she is going through another divorce right now and guess what - she is giving up custody of another son.

    As Forest Gump wisely proclaimed, "Stupid is as stupid does".

    "The Cindy Sheehan you don't know" - Boston Globe
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  5. n8dagr8

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    It would be a close race.
     
  6. sikma

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    Ya, a horses *** race.
     
  7. Bogy

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    Do we have evidence of WMDs?:rolleyes:

    The ultimate conservative put down that proves a person's lack of worth: "She's ugly." :rolleyes:
     
  8. Dang The Hung

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    Hey, if you want to tap that, you go right ahead!. :barf: I'm sure it will make for some interesting looking offspring...right before she divorces you for another liberal warlord.:lol:
     
  9. Bogy

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    Sorry, but I'm married, already have three kids, and no longer have all the plumbing hooked up. :)
     
  10. durl

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    I'm not going to say the woman's ugly. She's just a longtime socialist who is using her son's death to promote her socialist, anti-American thought. Her family doesn't support her, her husband is divorcing her, and even politicians are starting to distance themselves from her.

    And yes, I would call it sedition for her to say the things she has and to cuddle up to someone like Chavez that wants to bring down the US.

    Bottom line for me: she's whacked.
     
  11. Bogy

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    Does Chavez really want to bring down the U.S., or just get them to stop trying to bring him down?
     
  12. jonstad

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    Chavez simply wants the US to stop imposing its will on other nations, including his own.

    Dick Cheney doesn't own a shotgun to "liberate" quail or to defend himself from 78 year old Austin lawyers. Nor does he purchase one with the intention of never using it. He buys it and uses it to get what he wants. In this case, dead quail!

    Neither does the US maintain the largest military on the planet to "liberate" other peoples nor to defend ourselves from other nations, none of which has even a tenth of our military might. We've purchased a massive military at astronomical cost, and we use it to get what we want. We didn't go to all that trouble and expense with the expectation of never using our military to our advantage. Anyone who believes we only have such an obscenely huge military machine strictly for "defense" should study the history of the last hundred years, particularly the last 60 since WWII.

    We were attacked on 9/11, in the manner we were attacked, because that is the only manner we CAN be attacked without being obliterated by our overwhelmingly powerful military.

    Don't misunderstand me. The 9/11 attacks were brutal and barbaric and perpetrated by those who would impose a philosophy far more oppressive and draconian than by comparison, our relatively benign philosophy of military and economic coersion we employ mostly to accumulate wealth.

    But it should come as no surprise those who oppose US should seek, and find, a chink in what we had thought was our invulnerable armor. And we feed this resistance by our unyielding insistance that we, and only we, can set the terms of how everyone else runs their internal and foreign affairs, military AND economic.

    Chavez has attacked US with words. I don't know about the rest of you, but I can handle that. Our reply has been to vilify him as an enemy and threat, encourage his overthrow, and tacitly condone an influential American calling for his assassination by our intelligence services. No effort has been made to reasonably refute his charges and accusations. Probably because in the eyes of many around the world, it is a debate we would lose. Many of his charges and accusations have more than a grain of truth to them, with concrete examples to back them up.
     
  13. Dang The Hung

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    OMG! Bogy made a joke:lol:
     
  14. durl

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    About a month or so ago, I spoke with a couple of residents of a country neighboring Venezuela. Chavez works very hard at manipulating the area. If you were to tell them that Chavez is a simple leader that only wants to look after his own country, they'd laugh in your face.
     
  15. Bogy

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    Did you ask them if Bush is a simple leader who only wants to look after his own country? :lol:
     
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    Let's see? Does the USA try to "manipulate" Mexico or Canada? How about Central and South America? The mid-east? Europe? Asia? North and south? East and west? Is there anyplace we don't let our "preferences" be known? Sometimes at the point of a gun?

    I'm sorry. Chavez is a piker in this arena. It's only natural to try and influence events to your own favor in neighboring countries. We however do it worldwide!

    It's a bit of the pot calling the kettle black don't you think? And a big pot and small kettle at that!
     
  17. n8dagr8

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    ah, good to see the 'ol "we're bad so everyone elses mistakes/evils/wrong doings/problems don't matter" arguement is alive and well.

    anywho, good to see people are speaking out against this joker

    http://www.suntimes.com/output/news/cst-nws-sheehan17.html#

     
  18. greatwhitenorth

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    And all of us ugly people demand an apology too...we resemble that remark!:lol:
     
  19. n8dagr8

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    true, true. That wasn't fair to the ugly people, either. :D

    I'm sorry. :(
     
  20. jonstad

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    Of course that's not my "arguement" at all. Nations, and leaders of nations, do whatever they reasonably feel will benefit themselves. My point is that we are no different than other nations in this respect. As would be expected, actions taken or policies expressed by individual nations may have a beneficial, detrimental or neutral effect on other nations. I am not making a judgement on Chavez NOR ourselves. I am merely stating that we often engage in the same activities, and on a much larger scale, for which some of us would vilify and condemn Chavez.

    From our perspective, it may appear Chavez's actions are detrimental. However, it would seem the people of Venezuela, who have elected and re-elected Chavez several times, have a different perspective.
     
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