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#205652 - 11/10/06 09:25 AM Most egregious event
OK. Elections are over, Dems are celebrating (like OBL in his cave) Republicans are pi**ed at Bush and everyone else.....SO....what one(two if necessary) event of 2006 reeeealy pi**ed YOU off the most? (political,social, personal, sexual whatever) No holding back now!!!

(Please not Britany/KFed breakup - Thankyou)

#205653 - 11/10/06 09:28 AM Re: Most egregious event
dogmatic prevaricator Offline
Nice segue there rykat, I guess everyone can now freely speak their positions without fear of being labeled unpatriotic.
If you must choose between two evils, pick the one you've never tried before.

#205654 - 11/10/06 09:35 AM Re: Most egregious event

#205655 - 11/10/06 09:38 AM Re: Most egregious event
sweetjane Offline
you know, this is like the 10th time (at least) i have seen a republican call a democrat the equivilent of a terrorist lover. WTF?????

i just want us outta there & the $$$ to stay here where we need it. i honestly do not care if iraqi's go civil war & kill themselves, we don't belong there (except so bush & fam can protect their own personal business dealings?) we are STILL in vietnam, nothing solved. why???

my deal is: stay the hell outta my home and my personal life. america is supposed to be about freedom, stop looking up our asses with microscopes when you all have your own ethical issues. why don't we work on fixing america b4 we try to fix someone else.

#205656 - 11/10/06 09:44 AM Re: Most egregious event
dogmatic prevaricator Offline
Hear hear, SJ. I also think you may have stumbled upon something, asses and microscopes, could that be the genesis of a speed dating event for protologists?
If you must choose between two evils, pick the one you've never tried before.

#205657 - 11/10/06 09:59 AM Re: Most egregious event
sweetjane Offline
my understanding is that there is more terrorist activity in saudi arabia, but we didnt go there bcuz a) we prob would lose, and b) the bush family has close ties with the oil there (in personal business, not govt) and they are protecting themselves and their business associates.

did you guys see that part in farenheit 911 where we are spending lotsa tax dollars for the secret service to guard the saudi embassy? more than for our ex-preses? and how close the bushes are tot he saudi's in business???

thanks, dp, but i think you just took the wind outta my sails. funny, but not funny. i feel pretty strongly about what i said, hope it is taken seriously.

#205658 - 11/10/06 10:01 AM Re: Most egregious event
Bobber Offline
British Man Injured After Lighting Firecracker in Buttocks Actual news story.

It ****es me off when expat Brits comment on how screwed up Americans are.
:p Am I missing something Jane, I haven't noticed the gov in my house or personal life. All orifices also intact.
Been there, done that, the washing machine ate the T-shirt

#205659 - 11/10/06 10:03 AM Re: Most egregious event
Janie, I'd be willing to bet you're a bit more to the right than I am. Mandatory sterilization shouldn't even be up for discussion. And while I agree the government is way too intrusive, there are exceptions in terms of when I want them coming into homes - incest is the first extreme I can think of. Probably because I've seen up close what it does to kids.
Obviously I'm adamantly opposed to the Iraq situation, but we've made a mess now and there are no easy answers about how to fix it. I DO care if they go into full blown civil war and kill themselves, in large part because we helped create the circumstances that are setting that up.
That said, you and I agree more than most around here! smile

#205660 - 11/10/06 10:06 AM Re: Most egregious event
dogmatic prevaricator Offline
Sorry SJ, I agree with you, and I didn't mean to dilute or trivialize your point.
If you must choose between two evils, pick the one you've never tried before.

#205661 - 11/10/06 10:10 AM Re: Most egregious event
Otteralum Offline
Borders! There are very few responsibilities that the government has constitutionally -- this is one of them. Regardless of how you feel about the current illegals -- you can't do s**t about it until you stop more from coming in.
I will have a Belikin -- put it on klcman's tab.

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