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  • 100 facts and 1 opinion on why bush sucks.

    Idiots like plastic surgeon will say "ohh those arn't facts! u an idiot.!!!"Since anyone who disses bush he comes running to his penis like a little girl

    Well yes they are facts and have fun debunking them

    100 Facts and 1 Opinion</b>
    The Non-Arguable Case Against the Bush Administration
    by Judd Legum

    IRAQ

    1. The Bush Administration has spent more than $140 billion on a war of choice in Iraq.

    Source: American Progress

    2. The Bush Administration sent troops into battle without adequate body armor or armored Humvees.

    Sources: Fox News, The Boston Globe

    3. The Bush Administration ignored estimates from Gen. Eric Shinseki that several hundred thousand troops would be required to secure Iraq.

    Source: PBS

    4. Vice President Cheney said Americans "will, in fact, be greeted as liberators" in Iraq.

    Source: The Washington Post

    5. During the Bush Administration's war in Iraq, more than 1,000 US troops have lost their lives and more than 7,000 have been injured.

    Source: globalsecurity.org

    6. In May 2003, President Bush landed on an aircraft carrier in a flight suit, stood under a banner proclaiming "Mission Accomplished," and triumphantly announced that major combat operations were over in Iraq. Asked if he had any regrets about the stunt, Bush said he would do it all over again.

    Source: Yahoo News

    7. Vice President Cheney said that Iraq was "the geographic base of the terrorists who have had us under assault for many years, but most especially on 9/11." The bipartisan 9/11 Commission found that Iraq had no involvement in the 9/11 attacks and no collaborative operational relationship with Al Qaeda.

    Source: MSNBC , 9-11 Commission

    8. National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice said that high-strength aluminum tubes acquired by Iraq were "only really suited for nuclear weapons programs," warning "we don't want the smoking gun to be a mushroom cloud." The government's top nuclear scientists had told the Administration the tubes were "too narrow, too heavy, too long" to be of use in developing nuclear weapons and could be used for other purposes.

    Source: New York Times

    9. The Bush Administration has spent just $1.1 billion of the $18.4 billion Congress approved for Iraqi reconstruction.

    Source: USA Today

    10. According to the Administration's handpicked weapon's inspector, Charles Duelfer, there is "no evidence that Hussein had passed illicit weapons material to al Qaeda or other terrorist organizations, or had any intent to do so." After the release of the report, Bush continued to insist, "There was a risk--a real risk--that Saddam Hussein would pass weapons, or materials, or information to terrorist networks."

    Sources: New York Times, White House news release

    11. According to Duelfer, the UN inspections regime put an "economic strangle hold" on Hussein that prevented him from developing a WMD program for more than twelve years.

    Source: Los Angeles Times

    TERRORISM

    12. After receiving a memo from the CIA in August 2001 titled "Bin Laden Determined to Attack America," President Bush continued his monthlong vacation.

    Source: CNN.com

    13. The Bush Administration failed to commit enough troops to capture Osama bin Laden when US forces had him cornered in the Tora Bora region of Afghanistan in November 2001. Instead, they relied on local warlords.

    Source: csmonitor.com

    14. The Bush Administration secured less nuclear material from sites around the world vulnerable to terrorists in the two years after 9/11 than were secured in the two years before 9/11.

    Source: nti.org

    15. The Bush Administration underfunded Nunn-Lugar--the program intended to keep the former Soviet Union's nuclear legacy out of the hands of terrorists and rogue states--by $45.5 million.

    Source: armscontrol.org

    16. The Bush Administration has assigned five times as many agents to investigate Cuban embargo violations as it has to track Osama bin Laden's and Saddam Hussein's money.

    Source: sfgate.com

    17. According to Congressional Research Service data, the Bush Administration has underfunded security at the nation's ports by more than $1 billion for fiscal year 2005.

    Source: American Progress

    18. The Bush Administration did not devote the resources necessary to prevent a resurgence in the production of poppies, the raw material used to create heroin, in Afghanistan--creating a potent new source of financing for terrorists.

    Source: Pakistan Tribune

    19. Vice President Cheney told voters that unless they elect George Bush in November, "we'll get hit again" by terrorists.

    Source: Washington Post

    20. Even though an Al Qaeda training manual suggests terrorists come to the United States and buy assault weapons, the Bush Administration did nothing to prevent the expiration of the ban.

    Source: sfgate.com

    21. Despite repeated calls for reinforcements, there are fewer experienced CIA agents assigned to the unit dealing with Osama bin Laden now than there were before 9/11.

    Source: New York Times

    22. Before 9/11, John Ashcroft proposed slashing counterterrorism funding by 23 percent.

    Source: americanprogress.org

    23. Between January 20, 2001, and September 10, 2001, the Bush Administration publicly mentioned Al Qaeda one time.

    Source: commondreams.org

    24. The Bush Administration granted the 9/11 Commission $3 million to investigate the September 11 attacks and $50 million to the commission that investigated the Columbia space shuttle crash.

    Source: commondreams.org

    25. More than three years after 9/11, just 5 percent of all cargo--including cargo transported on passenger planes--is screened.

    Source: commondreams.org

    NATIONAL SECURITY

    26. During the Bush Administration, North Korea quadrupled its suspected nuclear arsenal from two to eight weapons.

    Source: New York Times

    27. The Bush Administration has openly opposed the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty, undermining nuclear nonproliferation efforts.

    Source: commondreams.org

    28. The Bush Administration has spent $7 billion this year--and plans to spend $10 billion next year--for a missile defense system that has never worked in a test that wasn't rigged.

    Sources: www.gao.gov/new.items/d04409.pdf, Los Angeles Times

    29. The Bush Administration underfunded the needs of the nation's first responders by $98 billion, according to a Council on Foreign Relations study.

    Source: nationaldefensemagazine.org

    CRONYISM AND CORRUPTION

    30. The Bush Administration awarded a multibillion-dollar no-bid contract to Halliburton--a company that still pays Vice President Cheney hundreds of thousands of dollars in deferred compensation each year (Cheney also has Halliburton stock options). The company then repeatedly overcharged the military for services, accepted kickbacks from subcontractors and served troops dirty food.

    Sources: The Washington Post, The Tapei Times, BBC News

    31. The Bush Administration told Saudi Prince Bandar bin Sultan about plans to go to war with Iraq before telling Secretary of State Colin Powell.

    Source: detnews.com

    32. The Bush Administration relentlessly pushed an energy bill containing $23.5 billion in corporate tax breaks, much of which would have benefited major campaign contributors.

    taxpayer.net, Washington Post

    33. The Bush Administration paid Iraqi-exile and neocon darling Ahmad Chalabi $400,000 a month for intelligence, including fabricated claims about Iraqi WMD. It continued to pay him for months after discovering that he was providing inaccurate information.

    Source: MSNBC

    34. The Bush Administration installed as top officials more than 100 former lobbyists, attorneys or spokespeople for the industries they oversee.

    Source: Source: commondreams.org

    35. The Bush Administration let disgraced Enron CEO Ken Lay--a close friend of President Bush--help write its energy policy.

    Source: MSNBC

    36. Top Bush Administration officials accepted $127,600 in ***elry and other presents from the Saudi royal family in 2003, including diamond-and-sapphire ***elry valued at $95,500 for First Lady Laura Bush.

    Source: Seattle Times

    37. Secretary of Homeland Security Tom Ridge awarded lucrative contracts to several companies in which he is an investor, including Microsoft, GE, Sprint, Pfizer and Oracle.

    Source: cq.com

    38. President Bush used images of firefighters carrying flag-draped coffins through the rubble of the World Trade Center to score political points in a campaign advertisement.

    Source: The Washington Post

    "Dream as if you'll live forever, live as if you'll die today"

    You couldn't make headlines with raised eyebrows

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    Continued

    THE ECONOMY

    39. President Bush's top economic adviser, Greg Mankiw, said the outsourcing of American jobs abroad was "a plus for the economy in the long run."

    Source: CBS News

    <B>40. The Bush Administration turned a $236 billion surplus into a $422 billion deficit.</B>

    Sources: Fortune, dfw.com

    41. The Bush Administration implemented regulations that made millions of workers ineligible for overtime pay.

    Source: epinet.org

    42. The Bush Administration has crippled state budgets by underfunding federal mandates by $175 billion.

    Source: cbpp.org

    43. President Bush is the first President since Herbert Hoover to have a net loss of jobs--around 800,000--over a four-year term.

    Source: The Guardian

    44. The Bush Administration gave Accenture a multibillion-dollar border control contract even though the company moved its operations to Bermuda to avoid paying taxes.

    Sources: The New York Times, cantonrep.com

    45. In 2000, candidate George W. Bush said "the vast majority of my tax cuts go to the bottom end of the spectrum." He passed the tax cuts, but the top 20 percent of earners received 68 percent of the benefits.

    Sources: cbpp.org, vote-smart.org

    46. In 2000, candidate George W. Bush promised to pay down the national debt to a historically low level. As of September 30, the national debt stood at $7,379,052,696,330.32, a record high.

    Sources: www.georgewbush.com , Bureau of the Public Debt

    47. As major corporate scandals rocked the nation's economy, the Bush Administration reduced the enforcement of corporate tax law--conducting fewer audits, imposing fewer penalties, pursuing fewer prosecutions and making virtually no effort to prosecute corporate tax crimes.

    Source: iht.com

    48. The Bush Administration increased tax audits for the working poor.

    Source: theolympian.com

    49. In 2000, candidate George W. Bush promised to protect the Social Security surplus. As President, he spent all of it.

    Sources: georgewbush.com, Congressional Budget Office

    50. The Bush Administration proposed slashing funding for the largest federal public housing program, putting 2 million families in danger of losing their housing.

    Source: San Francisco Examiner

    51. The Bush Administration did nothing to prevent the minimum wage from falling to an inflation-adjusted fifty-year low.

    Source: Los Angeles Times

    EDUCATION

    52. The Bush Administration underfunded the No Child Left Behind Act by $9.4 billion.

    Source: nwitimes.com

    53. In 2000, candidate George W. Bush promised to increase the maximum federal scholarship, or Pell Grant, by 50 percent. Instead, each year he has been in office he has frozen or cut the maximum scholarship amount.

    Source: Source: edworkforce.house.gov x

    54. The Bush Administration's Secretary of Education, Rod Paige, called the National Education Association--a union of teachers--a "terrorist organization."

    Sources: CNN.com

    HEALTHCARE

    55. The Bush Administration, in violation of the law, refused to allow Medicare actuary Richard Foster to tell members of Congress the actual cost of their Medicare bill. Instead, they repeated a figure they knew was $100 billion too low.

    Source: Washington Post, realcities.com

    56. The nonpartisan GAO concluded the Bush Administration created illegal, covert propaganda--in the form of fake news reports--to promote its industry-backed Medicare bill.

    Source: General Accounting Office

    57. The Bush Administration stunted research that could lead to new treatments for Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, diabetes, spinal injuries, heart disease and muscular dystrophy by placing severe restrictions on the use of federal dollars for embryonic stem-cell research.


    Source: CBS News

    58. The Bush Administration reinstated the "global gag rule," which requires foreign NGOs to withhold information about legal abortion services or lose US funds for family planning.

    Source: healthsciences.columbia.edu

    59. The Bush Administration authorized twenty companies that have been charged with fraud at the federal or state level to offer Medicare prescription drug cards to seniors.

    Source: American Progress

    60. The Bush Administration created a prescription drug card for Medicare that locks seniors into one card for up to a year but allows the corporations offering the cards to change their prices once a week.

    Source: Washington Post

    61. The Bush Administration blocked efforts to allow Medicare to negotiate cheaper prescription drug prices for seniors.

    Source: American Progress

    62. At the behest of the french fry industry, the Bush Administration USDA changed their definition of fresh vegetables to include frozen french fries.


    Source: commondreams.org

    <B>63. In a case before the Supreme Court, the Bush Administrations sided with HMOs--arguing that patients shouldn't be allowed to sue HMOs when they are improperly denied treatment. With the Administration's help, the HMOs won.

    Source: ABC News

    64. The Bush Administration went to court to block lawsuits by patients who were injured by defective prescription drugs and medical devices. </B>

    Source: Washington Post

    65. President Bush signed a Medicare law that allows companies that reduce healthcare benefits for retirees to receive substantial subsidies from the government.

    Source: Bloomberg News

    <B>66. Since President Bush took office, more than 5 million people have lost their health insurance.</B>

    Source: CNN.com

    <B>67. The Bush Administration blocked a proposal to ban the use of arsenic-treated lumber in playground equipment, even though it conceded it posed a danger to children.</B>

    Source: Miami Herald

    68. One day after President Bush bragged about his efforts to help seniors afford healthcare, the Administration announced the largest dollar increase of Medicare premiums in history.

    Source: iht.com

    69. The Bush Administration--at the behest of the tobacco industry--tried to water down a global treaty that aimed to help curb smoking.

    Source: tobaccofreekids.org

    <B>70. The Bush Administration has spent $270 million on abstinence-only education programs even though there is no scientific evidence demonstrating that they are effective in dissuading teenagers from having sex or reducing the transmission of sexually transmitted diseases.</B>

    Source: salon.com

    71. The Bush Administration slashed funding for programs that suggested ways, other than abstinence, to avoid sexually transmitted diseases.

    Source: LA Weekly

    ENVIRONMENT


    <B>72. The Bush Administration gutted clean-air standards for aging power plants, resulting in at least 20,000 premature deaths each year.</B>

    Source: cta.policy.net

    73. The Bush Administration eliminated protections on more than 200 million acres of public lands.

    Source: calwild.org

    74. President Bush broke his promise to place limits on carbon dioxide emissions, an essential step in combating global warming.

    Source: Washington Post

    75. Days after 9/11, the Bush Administration told people living near Ground Zero that the air was safe--even though they knew it wasn't--subjecting hundreds of people to unnecessary, debilitating ailments.

    Sierra Club , EPA

    "Dream as if you'll live forever, live as if you'll die today"

    You couldn't make headlines with raised eyebrows

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    • #3
      Ahhh yess even more

      76. The Bush Administration created a massive tax loophole for SUVs--allowing, for example, the write-off of the entire cost of a new Hummer.

      Source: Washington Post

      77. The Bush Administration put former coal-industry big shots in the government and let them roll back safety regulations, putting miners at greater risk of black lung disease.

      Source: New York Times

      78. The Bush Administration said that even though the weed killer atrazine was seeping into water supplies--creating, among other bizarre creatures, hermaphroditic frogs--there was no reason to regulate it.

      Source: Washington Post

      79. The Bush Administration has proposed cutting the budget of the Environmental Protection Agency by $600 million next year.

      Source: ems.org

      80. President Bush broke his campaign promise to end the maintenance backlog at national parks. He has provided just 7 percent of the funds needed, according to National Park Service estimates.

      Source: bushgreenwatch.org

      RIGHTS AND LIBERTIES

      81. Since 9/11, Attorney General John Ashcroft has detained 5,000 foreign nationals in antiterrorism sweeps; none have been convicted of a terrorist crime.

      Source: hrwatch.org

      82. The Bush Administration ignored pleas from the International Committee of the Red Cross to stop the abuse of prisoners in US custody.

      Source: Wall Street Journal

      83. In violation of international law, the Bush Administration hid prisoners from the Red Cross so the organization couldn't monitor their treatment.

      Source: hrwatch.org

      84. The Bush Administration, without ever charging him with a crime, arrested US citizen Josť Padilla at an airport in Chicago, held him on a naval brig in South Carolina for two years, denied him access to a lawyer and prohibited any contact with his friends and family.

      Source: news.findlaw.com

      85. President Bush's top legal adviser wrote a memo to the President advising him that he can legally authorize torture.

      Source: news.findlaw.com

      86. At the direction of Bush Administration officials, the FBI went door to door questioning people planning on protesting at the 2004 political conventions.

      Source: New York Times

      87. The Bush Administration refuses to support the creation of an independent commission to investigate the abuse of foreign prisoners in American custody. Instead, Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld selected the members of a commission to review the conduct of his own department.

      Source: humanrightsfirst.org

      FLIP FLOPS

      88. President Bush opposed the creation of the 9/11 Commission before he supported it, delaying an essential inquiry into one of the greatest intelligence failure in American history.

      Source: americanprogressaction.org

      <B>89. President Bush said gay marriage was a state issue before he supported a constitutional amendment banning it.</B>

      Sources: CNN.com, White House

      <B>90. President Bush said he was committed to capturing Osama bin Laden "dead or alive" before he said, "I truly am not that concerned about him."</B>

      Source: americanprogressaction.org

      <B>91. President Bush said we had found weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, before he admitted we hadn't found them.</B>

      Sources: White House, americanprogress.org

      92. President Bush said, "You can't distinguish between Al Qaeda and Saddam when you talk about the war on terror," before he admitted Saddam had no role in 9/11.

      Sources: White House, Washington Post

      BIOGRAPHY

      93. George Bush didn't come close to meeting his commitments to the National Guard. Records show he performed no service in a six-month period in 1972 and a three-month period in 1973.

      Source: boston.com

      94. In June 1990 George Bush violated federal securities law when he failed to inform the SEC that he had sold 200,000 shares of his company, Harken Energy. Two months later the company reported significant losses and by the end of that year the stock had dropped from $3 to $1.

      Source: The Guardian

      95. When asked at an April 2004 press conference to name a mistake he made during his presidency, Bush couldn't think of one.

      Source: White House

      SECRECY

      <B>96. The Bush Administration refuses to release twenty-seven pages of a Congressional report that reportedly detail the Saudi Arabian government's connections to the 9/11 hijackers.
      </B>
      Source: philly.com

      <B>97. Last year the Bush Administration spent $6.5 billion creating 14 million new classified documents and securing old secrets--the highest level of spending in ten years.</B>

      Source: openthegovernment.org

      98. The Bush Administration spent $120 classifying documents for every $1 it spent declassifying documents.

      Source: openthegovernment.org

      99. The Bush Administration has spent millions of dollars and defied numerous court orders to conceal from the public who participated in Vice President Cheney's 2001 energy task force.

      Source: Washington Post

      100. The Bush Administration--reversing years of bipartisan tradition--refuses to answer requests from Democratic members of Congress about how the White House is spending taxpayer money.

      Source: Washington Post

      OPINION

      If the past informs the future, four more years of the Bush Administration will be a tragic period in the history of the United States and the world

      "Dream as if you'll live forever, live as if you'll die today"

      You couldn't make headlines with raised eyebrows

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      • #4
        lol any 1 of these facts are MORE THAN Enough to kick Bush s ass.
        But anyway republican will just close their eyes and ears and will scream 1 thing: KERRY IS FLIP FLOP GIRLIE MAN. lol rofl they take ignorence to a whole new level.
        Last edited by PerfectDark; 10-26-2004, 10:06 AM.
        Bitch I'ma kill you! Like a murder weapon, I'ma conceal you in a closet with mildew, sheets, pillows and film you

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        • #5
          1. The Bush Administration has spent more than $140 billion on a war of choice in Iraq.

          Source: American Progress
          REALITY: War is expensive, paying for soldier's, weapons, machinery,rebuilding broken citys, im surprised it isn't higher than that.Mr.Kerry's "plan" will cost trillion's reported by economists who analyzed his site.

          2. The Bush Administration sent troops into battle without adequate body armor or armored Humvees.
          REALITY: Kerry voted AGAINST the body armor and many of the soliders had to have family members send body armor from home.Thank's alot Mr. Kerry!

          Sources: Fox News, The Boston Globe

          3. The Bush Administration ignored estimates from Gen. Eric Shinseki that several hundred thousand troops would be required to secure Iraq.

          REALITY: The democratic party is famous for bitching about casualty's over in Iraq.If we would have listened to Eric Shinseki the death rate would be even larger.

          Source: PBS

          4. Vice President Cheney said Americans "will, in fact, be greeted as liberators" in Iraq.
          REALITY: Fuck Iraq!

          Source: The Washington Post

          5. During the Bush Administration's war in Iraq, more than 1,000 US troops have lost their lives and more than 7,000 have been injured.
          REALITY:Your fucking retarded.Do you even know what a "WAR" is.It's not a game where people run around bitch slapping each other and calling names.Its brutal, watch the first 15 minutes of Saving Private Ryan to see what war is like.And our 1000 troops is nothing to the death toll Saddam killed in his reign.

          i could go on forever but you still wouldn't realize your an idiot so fuck it im out...

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          • #6
            Originally posted by PlasticSturgeon
            1. The Bush Administration has spent more than $140 billion on a war of choice in Iraq.

            Source: American Progress
            REALITY: War is expensive, paying for soldier's, weapons, machinery,rebuilding broken citys, im surprised it isn't higher than that.Mr.Kerry's "plan" will cost trillion's reported by economists who analyzed his site.

            2. The Bush Administration sent troops into battle without adequate body armor or armored Humvees.
            REALITY: Kerry voted AGAINST the body armor and many of the soliders had to have family members send body armor from home.Thank's alot Mr. Kerry!

            Sources: Fox News, The Boston Globe

            3. The Bush Administration ignored estimates from Gen. Eric Shinseki that several hundred thousand troops would be required to secure Iraq.

            REALITY: The democratic party is famous for bitching about casualty's over in Iraq.If we would have listened to Eric Shinseki the death rate would be even larger.

            Source: PBS

            4. Vice President Cheney said Americans "will, in fact, be greeted as liberators" in Iraq.
            REALITY: Fuck Iraq!

            Source: The Washington Post

            5. During the Bush Administration's war in Iraq, more than 1,000 US troops have lost their lives and more than 7,000 have been injured.
            REALITY:Your fucking retarded.Do you even know what a "WAR" is.It's not a game where people run around bitch slapping each other and calling names.Its brutal, watch the first 15 minutes of Saving Private Ryan to see what war is like.And our 1000 troops is nothing to the death toll Saddam killed in his reign.

            i could go on forever but you still wouldn't realize your an idiot so fuck it im out...

            Look how bad u eat bush's shit. This truely proves your ignorance. It's like as if you were married to bush.

            Look how pathetic and sad you are trying to think your right over facts. HAHAHA. You are truly stubborn and ignorant.

            "Dream as if you'll live forever, live as if you'll die today"

            You couldn't make headlines with raised eyebrows

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            • #7
              FUNDAMENTAL CHOICE IN THIS ELECTION


              Originally posted by PlasticSturgeon
              REALITY: War is expensive, paying for soldier's, weapons, machinery,rebuilding broken citys, im surprised it isn't higher than that.Mr.Kerry's "plan" will cost trillion's reported by economists who analyzed his site

              you're right war is expensive

              SO WHY THE FUCK ARE GIVING TAX CUTS TO THE WEALTHIEST ASSHOLES IN THE COUNTRY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!





              and then you "economists who analyzed" Kerry's site.
              WHO THE FUCK ANALYZE EVERY SINGLE ONE OF BUSH'S ECONOMIC PLANS CUZ THEY DESERVE TO BE TIED TO A ROCK A THROWN OUT IN THE MIDDLE OF THE PACIFIC. oh i forgot, as long as Halliburton and Enron gets their profit, Bush wont fire nobody for any fuck ups.

              WWW.LIFEAFTERTHEOILCRASH.NET

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              • #8
                Originally posted by PerfectDark
                lol any 1 of these facts are MORE THAN Enough to kick Bush s ass.
                But anyway republican will just close their eyes and ears and will scream 1 thing: KERRY IS FLIP FLOP GIRLIE MAN. lol rofl they take ignorence to a whole new level.
                i feel you. My wifes parents were over for dinner last night. They are Bush supporters. they didnt know me and my wife were voting for Kerry until last night. My wife had to split me and her dad up. Their words were" We always vote republican all the way". Thats just fucking stupid. Every statement he made about Bush was just fucking stupid. I reall thought we were gonna fight

                I honestly believe that the people votong for bush, havent watched the news or read a newspaper the last 4 years. Its sad. Bottom line, he cares more about iraq and thier freedom than he does about the US. Enough said. If the Bush supporters can prove that statement wrong, I just might change my vote. Until then, bush supporters can eat a dick.
                This headache is awful, this anesthetics pathetic , so is this diabetic waffle, and my prosthetic arm keeps crushing my hard taco!!!

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                • #9
                  ^he doesnt care about anybody s freedom all he cares about is oil. The sad news is that he even failed to get that from iraq lol
                  Bitch I'ma kill you! Like a murder weapon, I'ma conceal you in a closet with mildew, sheets, pillows and film you

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                  • #10
                    ^ haha , actually my original statement was "Bottom line, he cares more about iraq and thier oil than he does about the US.". but i took oil out and replaced it with freedom. The smart people know its for oil, the dumbasses think its for their freedom. My post was directed to the dumbasses. LOL. From reading yours and xemceekahn posts on the subject, atleast there are 3 of us that know the truth.

                    HELLO!! Any other smart people on here?.......or are a majority of the members dumbasses?? HELLO!?!?!
                    This headache is awful, this anesthetics pathetic , so is this diabetic waffle, and my prosthetic arm keeps crushing my hard taco!!!

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                    • #11
                      I have finally ascended to the category of "smart people" Rofl
                      Bitch I'ma kill you! Like a murder weapon, I'ma conceal you in a closet with mildew, sheets, pillows and film you

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by xemceekahnx
                        Look how bad u eat bush's shit. This truely proves your ignorance. It's like as if you were married to bush.

                        Look how pathetic and sad you are trying to think your right over facts. HAHAHA. You are truly stubborn and ignorant.
                        Everybody notice how he did not respond to the claims made by plastic. You can diss Bush all day long, and most of those cliams are outrages and one sided BTW, but you can never defend Kerry's record or opinions ever.

                        Remember when you made the big post about why not to vote for Bush, at the end you said, "Whether you like him or not just vote for John kerry anyway."

                        Fact is if it was up to Kerry the troops in Iraq would be fighting the War with spit-balls, just like Democrat Senator Zell Miller said. Him and Edwards were just 2 out of only a handfull of Senators to vote against the $87 Billion to fund the troops in Iraq and Afghanistan.

                        What was Kerrys reason for that? he said, "I actually did vote for the 87 Billion, before I voted against it."

                        John Kerry saw the same threat Bush Administration did in Iraq, thats why he voted to go to war. Even after we invaded Kerry said, "I support the President in the fact that we did disarm Saddam Hussien."

                        This guys positions change so much you could lose your head. Thats why bush is up in every poll, because we know we cant elect John Kerry in the War on Terror.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by StereoType

                          Fact is if it was up to Kerry the troops in Iraq would be fighting the War with spit-balls
                          ummmmmmmm, no. Chances are, if it was up to Kerry. Bin Laden wouldve been captured when we had the chance to get him, and the troops would be at home right now posting on this board. Dumbass.
                          This headache is awful, this anesthetics pathetic , so is this diabetic waffle, and my prosthetic arm keeps crushing my hard taco!!!

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by StereoType
                            Everybody notice how he did not respond to the claims made by plastic. You can diss Bush all day long, and most of those cliams are outrages and one sided BTW, but you can never defend Kerry's record or opinions ever..
                            Haha outrages??? Yes done by the man you are voting for. Darrrr

                            You are like the president more of the same blada blada


                            Originally posted by StereoType
                            Fact is if it was up to Kerry the troops in Iraq would be fighting the War with spit-balls, just like Democrat Senator Zell Miller said. Him and Edwards were just 2 out of only a handfull of Senators to vote against the $87 Billion to fund the troops in Iraq and Afghanistan. ..
                            U put fact is to start off our reply. This isn't a fact, this is your ignorant hypothetical opinion of what u think would happen. YOUR OPINIONS ARE NOT FACTS.


                            Originally posted by StereoType
                            What was Kerrys reason for that? he said, "I actually did vote for the 87 Billion, before I voted against it."..
                            Lmfao i swear you are like a little slow or retarded. Proves u don't look at both sides either. It's sad.U are either just stupid or dense.

                            Yes he did vote for it. BUT He ATTACHED AN AMENDMENT THAT WOULD SEE IT FUNDED BY ROLLING BACK BUSH TAX CUTS FOR THOSE MAKING $400,000/YEAR OR MORE. When the Republicans defeated his amendment, he voted AGAINST the funding because he didnt think America could afford it.

                            Originally posted by StereoType
                            This guys positions change so much you could lose your head. Thats why bush is up in every poll, because we know we cant elect John Kerry in the War on Terror.
                            Oh yea bush is up in every poll. Up by between 1-5 haha.
                            Those polls aren't even close to accurate either.

                            Only in your little mind does he switch positions. By the way i'd rather have a president willing to change his opinion since events happen withitn minutes, hours to year, RATHER than a piece of shit who won't listen to the american people, not change his opinion, and not admit he was wrong

                            Enough of taking u to school for today, because u keep saying the same old shit over and over.

                            "Dream as if you'll live forever, live as if you'll die today"

                            You couldn't make headlines with raised eyebrows

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by RickJamesBiatch
                              ummmmmmmm, no. Chances are, if it was up to Kerry. Bin Laden wouldve been captured when we had the chance to get him, and the troops would be at home right now posting on this board. Dumbass.
                              3/4 of Al-Queda's Senior Leadership has been captured or Killed. Taliban is out of power in Afghanistan. You realize that 4 years ago there was a Government is Afghanistan harboring and funding terrorists, and last month they held there first free election.

                              Also I am not convinced we would not bi in Iraq under a Kerry Administration. You do know he voted to go to war with Iraq.

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