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Subject:No End In Sight
Time:09:59 pm
We illegally invaded poverty in the 1980's. I wonder how much money is spent in a week managing that campaign. I wonder what our exit strategy for the "War on Poverty" is.

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Subject:Howard Dean vs. TEXAS
Time:09:48 pm

Howard "Yeeeaaahhh" Dean claims the librofascist will take back Texas.

"Spit.....Ding!" Not if I have anything to do with it! Since I live in Texas.
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Subject:And man Spoke...
Time:09:10 pm
The "Truth" is very hard to dissect. The "Truth" today is hard to separate from a lie. Most commentators on the right will say that we've become morally bankrupt, but I disagree. We are not a morally bankrupt society, we have become amoral. Truth is no longer absolute; truth is now seen with viewer discretion. The "I AM" has been taken out of God, and the "I am" has been put in man. "And man saw his creation, and he saw that it was good.

With the left as its primary congregation and the left leaning media as its evangelist, Secular Humanism, could be the fastest growing religion. Why not? If you as an individual dictate truth, and never have any accountability, how could one ever be wrong? The sky can be orange, as long as I don't offend your right to think the sky is blue.

As a conservative, it's only natural to see Secular Humanism intoxicate the left, but in all honesty, it is infecting the right as well. You don't have to look very far to point out examples of Republican fear, synchronism in the church, and all out pandering to those who might disagree. People say conservatives are intolerant. Being a conservative these days is all about tolerance--It's about how much you can tolerate before you compromise.

With the myth that truth is always in the middle, fair and balanced, political correctness has become the fulcrum to the balance and the scales. Political correctness is self serving though, when it is administered. It is only as good or fair as the person applying it is, and since there no accountability to an absolute truth, then the person gets to pick what is right or wrong.
Tolerance is not intolerant. Secular Humanism, the religion of most of the left, is intolerant of the "Truth."
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Subject:President Tom Wants The Bomb!
Time:06:09 pm
Once again, we get a clear reminder as to why the Unitied Nations dumb. It's a clear reminder that the world does't have a clue when they place President Tom as an equal to President Bush.(In many cases, President Tom is place on a higher moral ground than Bush) The press, who views George W. Bush's terrorism as self evident, recounted all his words, yet Ahmadinejad's words are not reflected on other than the internet and some talk radio.

Here is what President Tom received a standing ovation for:

Whether we like it or not, justice, peace and virtue will sooner or later prevail in the world, with the will of the almighty God. It is imperative and also desirable that we, too, contribute to the promotion of justice and virtue.
The almighty and merciful God, who is the creator of the universe, is also its lord and ruler. Justice is his command. He commands his creatures to support one another in good, virtue, and piety, and not in decadence and corruption.

He commands his creatures to enjoin one another to righteousness and virtue, and not to sin and transgression. All divine prophets, from the prophet Adam, peace be upon him, to the prophet Moses, to the prophet Jesus Christ, to the prophet Mohammad, have all called humanity to monotheism, justice, brotherhood, love and compassion.

Is it not possible to build a better world based on monotheism, justice, love and respect for the rights of human beings and thereby transform animosities into friendship?

I emphatically declare that today's world, more than ever before, longs for just and righteous people, with love for all humanity, and, above all, longs for the perfect righteous human being and the real savior who has been promised to all peoples and who will establish justice, peace and brotherhood on the planet.

Oh, almighty God, all men and women are your creatures and you have ordained their guidance and salvation. Bestow upon humanity that thirst for justice, the perfect human being promised to all by you, and makers among his followers and among those who strive for his return and his cause.

Let's say GWB addressed the U.N. and prayed for the hastening of Christ's return. Most of our own country would be ready to behead him.

Just in case there is any doubt that Ahmadinejad is not seeking nuclear technology for preaceful reasons.

This same Iranian President spoke in front of the United Nations previously on September 17, 2005:

Iranian President Mahmud Ahmadinejad says that when he delivered his speech at the UN General Assembly in September, he felt there was a light around him and that the attention of the world leaders in the audience was unblinkingly focused upon him. The claim has caused a stir in Iran, as a transcript and video recording of Ahmadinejad's comments have been published on an Iranian website, baztab.com. There are also reports that a CD showing Ahmadinejad making the comments also has been widely distributed in Iran. Is the Iranian president claiming to be divinely inspired?

Prague, 29 November 2005:

Ahmadinejad said that someone present at the UN told him that a light surrounded him while he was delivering his speech to the General Assembly. The Iranian president added that he also sensed it.

"He said when you began with the words 'in the name of God,' I saw that you became surrounded by a light until the end [of the speech]," Ahmadinejad appears to say in the video. "I felt it myself, too. I felt that all of a sudden the atmosphere changed there, and for 27-28 minutes all the leaders did not blink."

Ahmadinejad adds that he is not exaggerating.

"I am not exaggerating when I say they did not blink; it's not an exaggeration, because I was looking," he says. "They were astonished as if a hand held them there and made them sit. It had opened their eyes and ears for the message of the Islamic Republic."

During this same speech, Ahmadinejad called for the near-term reappearance of the 12th Imam, who he feels will redeem the world through an apocalypse he feels his sect has the right and responsibility to create. As I noted in August, the mullahcracy that runs Iran belongs to the apocalyptic Hojjatieh sect, a branch of Shia Islam so radical it was banned in 1983 by Ayatollah Khomeini. Their views are, to put it mildly, are startling:

...rooted in the Shiite ideology of martyrdom and violence, the Hojjatieh sect adds messianic and apocalyptic elements to an already volatile theology. They believe that chaos and bloodshed must precede the return of the 12th Imam, called the Mahdi. But unlike the biblical apocalypse, where the return of Jesus is preceded by waves of divinely decreed natural disasters, the summoning of the Mahdi through chaos and violence is wholly in the realm of human action. The Hojjatieh faith puts inordinate stress on the human ability to direct divinely appointed events. By creating the apocalyptic chaos, the Hojjatiehs believe it is entirely in the power of believers to affect the Mahdi’s reappearance, the institution of Islamic government worldwide, and the destruction of all competing faiths.

I guess it is clear that George W. Bush is the dangerous one.
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Subject:Billy...Don't Be A Hero!
Time:06:05 pm
At least Bill Clinton is good for comic relief. In defending his actions regarding Osama, the former president consistently reiterated how hard he tried to get capture him. I don't blame one person for 9/11. To do so would be obtuse considering that the problem has been one in the making for the past thirty years or so.

That doesn't let Mr. Clinton off the hook though--he shares in the blame and judging by the numerous outcries of how hard he "tried" it's perfectly clear that he knows his guilt too.

Imagine George W. Bush commenting on the war in Iraq and saying, "Well, I really tried...really hard” The liberals would be ready with their cameras set up, swords in hand, ready to behead him. Or at least make a movie about him getting shot.

SO, for the purpose of clarification, and amidst a society that criticizes excellence and celebrates mediocrity, please refer to the following formula often:

"Almost" only counts when using hand grenades, carpet bombs, nukes and apparently commercial jetliners.

For how ever hard Clinton "tried," the terrorist were trying harder. They continue to do so. Take note any public leader!

source: http://reuters.myway.com/article/20060923/2006-09-23T034256Z_01_N22174760_RTRIDST_0_NEWS-SECURITY-CLINTON-DC.html via http://www.drudgereport.com/
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Current Music:Hannity & Colmes
Time:08:20 pm
Current Mood:irritatedirritated
Did anyone else see a protester standing behind the Hardball set after the debate holding a sign saying "Screw Iraq I Need a Job?" I saw this and couldn't believe it. This strikes me as one of the most selfish and careless statements I have ever seen. I can respect someone being upset that they may have lost their job, or can't find one, but that is beyond disgusting to me. I'm glad that they feel that freeing an entire country ranks second to them. Especially when I have yet to see any connection between the war in Iraq and jobs in the US.

Anyway, what did everyone think of the debate? I felt that it was a Bush victory and I thought the mention of Cheney's daughter by Kerry was a low blow.
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Time:09:41 am
Here's a list of some events that happened before and after September 11th. I was wondering what you think of them.

January, 2001 – The Bush Administration orders the FBI and intelligence agencies to "back off" investigations involving the bin Laden family, including two of Osama bin Laden’s relatives (Abdullah and Omar) who were living in Falls Church, VA – right next to CIA headquarters. This followed previous orders dating back to 1996, frustrating efforts to investigate the bin Laden family. [Source: BBC Newsnight, Correspondent Gregg Palast – Nov 7, 2001].

Summer 2001 – An Iranian man phones U.S. law enforcement to warn of an imminent attack on the World Trade Center in the week of September 9th. German police confirm the calls but state that the U.S. Secret Service would not reveal any further information. [Source: German news agency "online.de", September 14, 2001, translation retrieved from online.ie in Ireland.]

May 2001 – Secretary of State Colin Powell gives $43 million in aid to the Taliban regime, purportedly to assist hungry farmers who are starving since the destruction of their opium crop in January on orders of the Taliban regime. [Source: The Los Angeles Times, May 22, 2001].

August 11 or 12 – US Navy Lt. Delmart "Mike" Vreeland, jailed in Toronto on U.S. fraud charges and claiming to be an officer in U.S. Naval intelligence, writes details of the pending WTC attacks and seals them in an envelope which he gives to Canadian authorities. [Source: The Toronto Star, Oct. 23, 2001; Toronto Superior Court Records]

August 2001 – Russian President Vladimir Putin orders Russian intelligence to warn the U.S. government "in the strongest possible terms" of imminent attacks on airports and government buildings. [Source: MS-NBC interview with Putin, September 15.]

September 9-10, 2001, FEMA (the Federal Emergency Management Agency) arrives in New York City and starts working the next morning after the attacks [Source: Posted by Dan Rather Dec. 16, 2001.]

September 11, 2001, For 50 minutes, from 8:15 AM until 9:05 AM, with it widely known within the FAA and the military that four planes have been simultaneously hijacked and taken off course, no one notifies the President of the United States. It is not until 9:30 that any Air Force planes are scrambled to intercept, but by then it is too late. This means that the National Command Authority waited for 75 minutes before scrambling aircraft, even though it was known that four simultaneous hijackings had occurred – an event that has never happened in history. [Sources: CNN, ABC, MS-NBC, The Los Angeles Times, The New York Times.]

September 14, 2001 – Canadian jailers open the sealed envelope from Mike Vreeland in Toronto and see that is describes attacks against the WTC and Pentagon. The U.S. Navy subsequently states that Vreeland was discharged as a seaman in 1986 for unsatisfactory performance and has never worked in intelligence. [Source: The Toronto Star, Oct. 23, 2001; Toronto Superior Court records]

September 13, 2001 – China is admitted to the World Trade Organization quickly, after 15 years of unsuccessful attempts. [Source: The New York Times, Sept. 30, 2001.]

October 10, 2001 – The Pakistani newspaper The Frontier Post reports that U.S. Ambassador Wendy Chamberlain has paid a call on the Pakistani oil minister. A previously abandoned Unocal pipeline from Turkmenistan, across Afghanistan, to the Pakistani coast, for the purpose of selling oil and gas to China, is now back on the table "in view of recent geopolitical developments."

November 2, 2001 – 1200 PST -- On October 31, the French daily Le Figaro dropped a bombshell. While in a Dubai hospital receiving treatment for a chronic kidney infection last July, Osama bin Laden met with a top CIA official - presumably the Chief of Station. The meeting, held in bin Laden’s private suite, took place at the American hospital in Dubai at a time when he was a wanted fugitive for the bombings of two U.S. embassies and this year’s attack on the U.S.S. Cole. Bin Laden was eligible for execution according to a 2000 intelligence finding issued by President Bill Clinton before leaving office in January. Yet on July 14th he was allowed to leave Dubai on a private jet and there were no Navy fighters waiting to force him down.

November 25, 2001 – The Observer runs a story headlined "Victorious Warlords Set To Open the Opium Floodgates." It states that farmers are being encouraged by warlords allied with the victorious Americans are "being encouraged to plant "as much opium as possible."

Feb 18, 2002 – The Financial Times reports that the estimated opium harvest in Afghanistan in the late Spring of 2002 will reach a world record 4500 metric tons.

December 4, 2001 – Convicted drug lord and opium kingpin Ayub Afridi is recruited by the US government to help establish control in Afghanistan by unifying various Pashtun warlords. The former opium smuggler who was one of the CIA’s leading assets in the war against the Russians is released from prison in order to do this. [Source: The Asia Times Online, 12/4/01].

January 10, 2002 – In a call from a speaker phone in open court, attorneys for "Mike" Vreeland call the Pentagon’s switchboard operator who confirms that Vreeland is indeed a Naval Lieutenant on active duty. She provides an office number and a direct dial phone extension to his office in the Pentagon. [Source: Attorney Rocco Galati; court records Toronto Superior Court.]

[And here's MY source - http://www.thepowerhour.com/911_analysis/bush-knew2.htm]

For the record, I don't like Kerry and I'm def not a Democrat so please whatever you do don't think that I am or claim that I am.
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Time:03:19 pm
I was just curious to know whether anyone in this community might be under 18 and caught today's Channel One news program? I'm trying to recall what Bush's response was they played after Kerry made some remark about changing horses midstream. It was witty, and it's driving me insane not being able to remember it. It would be very much appreciated. Thanks y`all.
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Subject:Just one question
Time:02:42 pm

If you were walking down the street and you saw George W Bush or John Kerry standing alone (for the sake of argument, the secret service guys are taking a lunch break and the politicos are harassing the paparazzi), and after exchanging greetings, what would be the main question that you would ask either? 

x-posted everywhere

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Subject:stupid, stupid, and more stupid!
Time:12:21 am
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