Live Free or Vote Hard

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    1. soon we’ll be taking it up the ass from Obama or Hillary. there is no way a Repuiblican warmonger is going to win the White House in 2008.

      Ron Paul was the Repub’s last chance at the win, and he got ignored the whole fucking way.

      most people (if they even knew he was running) wrongly assume he has dropped out.

      www.ronpaul2008.com/

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    2. Actually, pretty much our soldiers who faught for us will be hit the hardest. Dems like to say they don’t vote for wars but the facts show they did. They just don’t fund what soldiers need to win the war…

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    3. Yeah! Those damn democrats that controlled both houses of Congress and the presidency during the entire Iraq War didn’t vote to fund it properly!

      Oh wait…

      By the way, we won the war years ago. Now we’re trying to win the occupation, whatever that means.

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    4. I for one welcome Warlord McCain, and cannot wait until he wins the election (Like he will) and destroy you liberal hippies with his mighty republican sith powers!

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    5. I, for one, welcome our new Robot overlord.

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    6. “I, for one, welcome our new Robot overlord.”
      Al Gore isn’t running this year.

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    7. @ eric
      If you’re going for technicalities, there wasn’t a war at all. Congress needs to declare war, and they didn’t. Vietnam wasn’t a war, it was a “conflict.”

      I say fuck technicalities, we have troops over there that are shooting and being shot at. Its war enough for me.

      Although, I do agree with you that this war and its shortcomings is the Reps fault, and I have a feeling that because of it, they’re going to be ousted from office soon. I just hope the democrats have their heads on their shoulders enough to clean up the mess.

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    8. @Mystik,

      Actually, I wasn’t talking about the technicality of whether an actual war was declared. I’m talking about the mission.

      The “war” was to overthrow the government of Iraq, which was accomplished. America seized the country. At that point, it became an occupation: the installation of a temporary government and the pacification of the people.

      I agree – from the viewpoint of a soldier whose buddy just got crippled by an explosion, it seems like a war. However, we are an occupying force, not actually fighting the current government of Iraq. We’re policing the citizenry and apparently defending against outside aggressors.

      My problem is, I don’t know what winning means in an occupation. McCain mentioned staying for a hundred years, but then he comparied that to our current forces in Germany, which aren’t being shot at. Mostly embassy guards and training and staging groups in Germany apparently. So how do we “win the war” and “not wave the white flag of surrender”?

      (Of course, if someone would post a photo of a lovely girl not wearing a shirt, I’d get distracted and never find my way back to this thread…)

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    9. ““I, for one, welcome our new Robot overlord.”
      Al Gore isn’t running this year.” Reboot you are awesome, and you make me laugh.

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    10. Thanks, BowToMe. I’m just trying to pay penance for the times I fly off the handle on political threads.

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