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Andy Chequer

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I didn't hear Bush mention the world's children. And their children. Which must be a first.

Andy Chequer, freedom and peace mentioned lots though.
 
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> I didn't hear Bush mention the world's children. And their children. Which must be a first.
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> Andy Chequer, freedom and peace mentioned lots though.

That's because we give a rat's **** bout some children or their mommy!
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Darsh

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> > I didn't hear Bush mention the world's children. And their children.
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> > Andy Chequer, freedom and peace mentioned lots though.
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> That's because we give a rat's **** bout some children or their mommy!

A couple of quotes I have heard (directly) from a few Americas as of late:

women and children."

Pretty pathetic in reality when you hear it live.

darsh

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Pete

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> Yeah...just heard the same thing on BBC. A planned assassination
attempt...I thought those were illegal??
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A fine semantic line. "Assassination" is supposedly illegal. Removing an enemy command and control
structure is merely prudent in warfare. So...if you send in an army and blow him/them up, it's ok.
If you send in one guy with a rifle and shoot him, it's not ok.

And then there's 'regime change'. As brought into play by ex-President Clinton.

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> > Yeah...just heard the same thing on BBC. A planned assassination
> attempt...I thought those were illegal??
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> A fine semantic line. "Assassination" is supposedly illegal. Removing an enemy command and control
> structure is merely prudent in warfare. So...if you send in an army and blow him/them up, it's ok.
> If you send in one guy with a rifle and shoot him, it's not ok.
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> And then there's 'regime change'. As brought into play by ex-President Clinton.
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> Pete

Well that's messed up! We should nullify that law so we can save some frig'n money!
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Martees

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> > > I didn't hear Bush mention the world's children. And their children.
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> > > Andy Chequer, freedom and peace mentioned lots though.
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> > That's because we give a rat's **** bout some children or their mommy!
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> A couple of quotes I have heard (directly) from a few Americas as of late:
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> women and children."
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> Pretty pathetic in reality when you hear it live.
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> darsh
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Is this pathetic drivel supposed to be representative of America? You need to keep better company.

Marty
 
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Darsh

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> > > > I didn't hear Bush mention the world's children. And their children.
> > Which
> > > > must be a first.
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> > > > Andy Chequer, freedom and peace mentioned lots though.
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> > > That's because we give a rat's **** bout some children or their mommy!
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> > A couple of quotes I have heard (directly) from a few Americas as of
late:
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> Is this pathetic drivel supposed to be representative of America? You need to keep better company.

I am not sure, but it is an example. It could be more of an example of America than you might think.
Those type of people don't protest, they don't participate in polls. They grumble. They watch
sports. I mean like all sports. I mean like high-school girls basketball in really small towns. When
the sporting season is low, they are sort of ****** off.

This sporting idea is of course, by no mean, a direct trait that one can use alone to stereotype
these racists. There are many other traits and actions, but the message remains the same. Pure
ignorance. I think it makes them a bit nervous, and scared.

And by the way, I am happy with my cross-sectioned company thank you very little.

darsh

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Jd

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"Darsh" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> I am not sure, but it is an example. It could be more of an example of America than you might
> think. Those type of people don't protest, they don't participate in polls. They grumble. They
> watch sports. I mean like all sports. I mean like high-school girls basketball in really small
> towns. When the sporting season is low, they are sort of ****** off.
>
> This sporting idea is of course, by no mean, a direct trait that one can use alone to stereotype
> these racists. There are many other traits and actions, but the message remains the same. Pure
> ignorance. I think it makes them a bit nervous, and scared.

It's the same caliber of people who do **** like this:
http://forums13.consumerreview.com/[email protected]@.ef9e1e3

There are stupid assholes everywhere though, not just in the US.

JD
 
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