FRIHOSTFORUMSSEARCHFAQTOSBLOGSCOMPETITIONS
You are invited to Log in or Register a free Frihost Account!


So basically, it's like this...





S3nd K3ys
George Bush: We are going to stay in Iraq until the Iraqi army can defend for itself and hold the country on their own.

John Kerry: President Bush wont tell us what his plan for Iraq is!

Is this basically what it surmounts too? I mean I listen to Bush give a hour long speech detailing quite accurately our plans in Iraq and our stradegy for victory.

Ten minutes later Kerry takes the stage saying, and im paraphrasing, "President Bush still hasnt told us what the plan in Iraq is."

John, are you an idiot? No your not, there is no way you can be THAT dumb. Your just hoping you get enough dumb people to beleive so you can take office.

Moron.
psycosquirrel
Laughing

Kerry is a moron, but so is Bush. At least Bush was elected, though... Kerry probably would have done nothing with Iraq, so I feel the actions Bush took were necessesary.
otiscom
All polititions are morons!



.

.
bobowaimg
i dont think u guys have much insight to the political things. pls tell more?
blackstripes
polotitions... they just say things to get ppl on there side. i bet you away from the media they are totally have something else planned
blackstripes
crap... i spelled polititions wrong
Doraky
blackstripes wrote:
crap... i spelled polititions wrong

Bush has dislectie and I think I spelled it wrong too.
Jayfarer
I have never seen a topic so complicated degraded and reduced to such narrow-minded simplicity.

Therefore, no, that's not all it surmounts to.
blackheart
S3nd K3ys wrote:
George Bush: We are going to stay in Iraq until the Iraqi army can defend for itself and hold the country on their own.

John Kerry: President Bush wont tell us what his plan for Iraq is!

Is this basically what it surmounts too? I mean I listen to Bush give a hour long speech detailing quite accurately our plans in Iraq and our stradegy for victory.

Ten minutes later Kerry takes the stage saying, and im paraphrasing, "President Bush still hasnt told us what the plan in Iraq is."

John, are you an idiot? No your not, there is no way you can be THAT dumb. Your just hoping you get enough dumb people to beleive so you can take office.

Moron.


You can't simply state WHAT you are going to do. The troops simply being there isn't going to accomplish anything. How, is the key: What is the plan of action? What steps will be taken to accomplish said goal? What must be done to take said steps? Are there obstacles? How will they be over-come? Do changes need to be made? How many troops? How are said troops to be managed and distributed? What exactly has to be done? What is the goal?

This is what Kerry wants to know.
piecesoftrees
Tony Blair isn't much better!
blackheart
piecesoftrees wrote:
Tony Blair isn't much better!



lol
Hemull
well you can call kerry a moron for all i care but don´t forget....bush is the one who went in to iraq....weapons of mass destruction....pfffh my ass!
Jack_Hammer
psycosquirrel wrote:
Laughing

Kerry is a moron, but so is Bush. At least Bush was elected, though... Kerry probably would have done nothing with Iraq, so I feel the actions Bush took were necessesary.


Fool, there was no good reasons for invading Iraq, You do know that AMERICA PUT THE TALIBAN IN POWER.

Independant Media Centre wrote:
Fox News, CNN and the other news sources told us that the Taliban were supporting terrorists. They don't tell you that the CIA helped put the Taliban in power. The CIA helped train, finance and advise the Taliban and Osama bin Laden, in their fight against the Soviet Union, when they invaded Afghanistan.

[Taken from http://indy.pabn.org/archives/219peace.shtml]


Osama bin Laden and his Mujhaeedin were armed and trained by the CIA
Jack_Hammer
blackheart wrote:
piecesoftrees wrote:
Tony Blair isn't much better!



lol


Tony Blair is worse, because he's just following Bush's arse, but at least I can take saction in the fact I didn't vote for him.

Wink
gonzo
Maybe Bush should adopt the "kerry secret plan tactic"

'I have a plan. A good plan.'

And never disclose it. That tactic was very popular, and WELL RECEIVED when Kerry used it.
Nick87
Less people would have died in Iraq if Saddam would have still been in power.

If you talk about Iraqian civilians alone 27707 civilians died there. That's a number Saddam wouldn't have reached even if he would stay in power for another century.
S3nd K3ys
gonzo wrote:
Maybe Bush should adopt the "kerry secret plan tactic"

'I have a plan. A good plan.'

And never disclose it. That tactic was very popular, and WELL RECEIVED when Kerry used it.


S3nd K3ys
Nick87 wrote:
Less people would have died in Iraq if Saddam would have still been in power.

If you talk about Iraqian civilians alone 27707 civilians died there. That's a number Saddam wouldn't have reached even if he would stay in power for another century.


You're ignorant.

Quote:
Tom Grey answers David Crow's request the empirical basis for his statement on the number of dead under Saddam Hussein. "See http://www.gbn.org/ArticleDisplayServlet.srv?aid=2400&msp=1242 Here is an excerpt:":Along with other human rights organizations, The Documental Centre for Human Rights in Iraq has compiled documentation on over 600,000 civilian executions in Iraq. Human Rights Watch reports that in one operation alone, the Anfal, Saddam killed 100,000 Kurdish Iraqis. Another 500,000 are estimated to have died in Saddam's needless war with Iran. Coldly taken as a daily average for the 24 years of Saddam's reign, these numbers give us a horrifying picture of between 70 and 125 civilian deaths per day for every one of Saddam's 8,000-odd days in power"


Please keep quiet if you don't know what you're talking about.
tatorhead
What does everyone think of the statement bush made recently saying "oops we screwed up with Iraq, sorry"
S3nd K3ys
tatorhead wrote:
What does everyone think of the statement bush made recently saying "oops we screwed up with Iraq, sorry"


You mean the thing he said about the faulty intel, that he took responsibility for? And that we're STILL better off without Sadam? And that there were OTHER reasons we went there?

I thought it was par for the course. Over-due, but par for the course for him to take responsibility for intel he couldn't control.
loserfest
America had a $5 million surplus when Bush was first elected. Now, it's almost a $5 million defecit. Hundreds of lives were lost in the Middle East, both American and Iraqi. All for what? Iraq's worse off now then they've ever been. And you're calling Kerry a moron?

[Not that I'm a big Kerry supporter but seriously, anyone would be better than Bush. In fact, why don't we just elect Paris Hilton? She may be a complete airhead but at least everything would be pink and everyone would have their own chihuahua.]
yzy
An entrepreneurial farmer in suburban Beijing has invested 1 million yuan (US$123,300) in a bid to realize his childhood dream of making a film.

Geng Lu, 62, of Beijing's northwestern county of Yanqing, said he expected the movie to be completed in May.

"My dream during the past few decades will soon be realized," said the 62-year-old, the Beijing News daily reported.

He invested the money last November to set up a film and television company after deciding to shoot the film, which is based on the police.

Geng spent 40,000 yuan (US$4,930) in buying a script from the No 1 Film Produce Ltd Co under the China Film Group Corp in Beijing, which will also provide equipment and a film director.

After accompanying the film director surnamed Guo in travelling around the county for several months, Geng said they have now chosen the spot to shoot scenes.

"I must show the green mountains and rivers in my hometown in the film," Geng, a renowned businessman in Yanqing's Balizhuang Village, told the newspaper.

He said three major roles in the film will be selected from residents in Yanqing County, while extras would come from nearby places.

The "Song of Yanqing," which describes the county with its Badaling section of the Great Wall and the Longqingxia Canyon, will be the theme song, at the suggestion of Geng's wife.

Geng said he hoped to shoot more motion pictures which local villagers could enjoy in the future.

Poor family

He said he developed a love for films in his childhood. "When I was young, there was only one film projection site in my village. I got to see many old war films there, such 'Tunnel Warfare' about China's War against Japanese Aggression, and I liked them very much."

"Seeing the brave deeds of Chinese military men including those Eighth Route Army men during the War against Japanese Aggression (1937-45), and the People's Liberation Army men during the Liberation War (1945-49), I dreamed to be a soldier," Geng said.

But as his family was poor he had to abandon the idea. He said he was still remorseful at giving up his dream.

Delight of villagers

Geng said his son and his granddaughter have helped him finalize the theme for the film. His son wanted to be a policeman but failed, while his granddaughter entered a police academy this year.

"We put our heads together and decided to make a film focusing on police," Geng said. He added: "Policemen and soldiers are very similar, and this is somehow a fulfilment of my own dream."

Director Guo said the film has received approval from relevant agencies, and they will start filming soon.

"The shooting is expected to last for more than 20 days," he said.

Some villagers in Balizhuang Village said they are happy with Geng's decision in shooting the film, adding that if Geng chose participants from the home village, they would certainly take part in it.
a.Bird
S3nd K3ys wrote:
gonzo wrote:
Maybe Bush should adopt the "kerry secret plan tactic"

'I have a plan. A good plan.'

And never disclose it. That tactic was very popular, and WELL RECEIVED when Kerry used it.




I don't think many Democrats are trying to have a war on "terror". I think "terror" was a buzzword first used by the republican administration to let the country know that there is something to be afraid of and to start a war against, for whatever reasons the Bush administration really has. I think it worked very well. I think we are in a war overseas and the only terrorism that exists is there in their land. We had a strike on our towers with a few thousand people dead, and we didn't even look at it as an opportunity to swallow our pride and pull back our military from all over the world. We didn't see it as a slap in the face because of our dominating markets across the globe that are controlling the citizens internationally and truly making us a "world police" with the assisting military.

I don't feel threatened anymore by foreign terrorists than I do the terrorists controlling our country and digging us deeper and deeper into a horrifying deficit. Pretty soon, we will be so deep that we will not be able to climb out. We are digging a grave. And there are those who are still worried about how this war should be fought, and who would have controlled our military more efficiently? Look at the bigger picture. The war, in the first place, is fueling a fire. When will we be above our own pride and destructive traits of humanism and agree to love each other. We could benefit so much, it makes me sick that the money we've spent on war could have cured world hunger completely for almost a decade. http://www.costofwar.com
David_Pardy
The ones who least deserve power are the ones who most desire it.

I am happy to see Saddam in captivity. I am also happy to see industrialised nations actually doing something about liberating poorer and oppressed nations.

Why do we bicker so much about it? So what if it's not our country - there's still people over there being oppressed and abused!

Here's my advice to all British, American and Australian citizens who are against the so-called 'War on Terror':

Go live in Iraq as a low class citizen for two weeks.

The US has the power to give normal people a chance at a happy life, and Bush is doing something about it. He may not be the sharpest knife in the drawer but HE IS DOING SOMETHING. I don't care much for the military incompetence of the US Army, but at least they're doing something.
noexes89
Quote:
The US has the power to give normal people a chance at a happy life, and Bush is doing something about it. He may not be the sharpest knife in the drawer but HE IS DOING SOMETHING.


Exactly. While I don't like ninety-nine percent of the rest of what he is doing, this is true. But I have a feeling that Kerry would have not done much different. Bush's plan of action has basically changed our policy from tolerating dictators to, well, not dealing with them. In weird ways. And I don't see how Karry could justify changing this course.

Ok, so that was a load of crap and I don't know what I'm talking about. Oh well, at least I get frih.
Marston
The American government is screwed. Smile
criticaldensity
isnt this subject exhausted yet?? It's the same people in here saying the same things over and over. People who are Bush backers will not change their mind even if He starts killing babies. They will stand behind their Führer til the end, no matter what. And Kerry supporters wont let it die. Ive reached a point where honestly I dont care about the war anymore. I dont care how many soldiers die because i dont know them. No one i know personally has signed up to go to fight. And those who have signed up, well that's their decision and their paycheck. Good luck to them. Im happy being an ignorant American enjoying my freedom no matter what it costs. Blow the whole phuking world up if it means i can keep playing video games, watch porn and listen to my ipod. Thats what America is about. Yee Haw !!
S3nd K3ys
a.Bird wrote:


I don't think many Democrats are trying to have a war on "terror".


I don't give a shit if they're 'trying' to have one. They've got one. Regardless of how when or why, they've got one.

Damn, dude, put the bong down and pay attention to world events.

LoL, more Bush the baby killer crap
i_am_mine
criticaldensity wrote:
isnt this subject exhausted yet?? It's the same people in here saying the same things over and over. People who are Bush backers will not change their mind even if He starts killing babies. They will stand behind their Führer til the end, no matter what. And Kerry supporters wont let it die. Ive reached a point where honestly I dont care about the war anymore. I dont care how many soldiers die because i dont know them. No one i know personally has signed up to go to fight. And those who have signed up, well that's their decision and their paycheck. Good luck to them. Im happy being an ignorant American enjoying my freedom no matter what it costs. Blow the whole phuking world up if it means i can keep playing video games, watch porn and listen to my ipod. Thats what America is about. Yee Haw !!



Can't blame the guy.

Especially

criticaldensity wrote:
They will stand behind their Führer



i_am_mine


a.Bird
S3nd K3ys wrote:
a.Bird wrote:


I don't think many Democrats are trying to have a war on "terror".


I don't give a shit if they're 'trying' to have one. They've got one. Regardless of how when or why, they've got one.

Damn, dude, put the bong down and pay attention to world events.

LoL, more Bush the baby killer crap


I sincerely hope you are not suggesting that I'm pulling some "Bush the baby killer crap". I'm not a Bush hater, but I do have a strong distaste for the system that Bush is a puppet in. You (not personally but man in general) can tell me that he isn't a puppet, that he has actually made many decisions that have changed the way our nation is conducted, and therefore is a leader of the people, but now he is a leader and not a representation. Alternatively, if he really is a puppet backed by the strength of his securely elected cabinet, well I don't really know what to say about that other than the obvious. 2 heads are stronger than one, 3 heads are stronger than 2, and an entire administration with like-minded Judges and a good part of the states basing their lives entirely on a subjective religion, as well as a very sketchy electoral college, then I do not see how a mutualism of ideas and understand can ever take place. Our political and economical systems help us survive, but only because we've allowed it to for so long that pulling out now would essentially result in chaos.

If you find any snippets of my materialized thought process to be false or even contradicting, I humbly ask you to refrain from throwing insult onto the injury and perhaps enlightening me to some degree that makes us both feel like something positive has been accomplished. That is what I strive for in life.
S3nd K3ys
a.Bird wrote:


I sincerely hope you are not suggesting that I'm pulling some "Bush the baby killer crap".


No. Not at all. It's criticaldensity who is the kool-aid drinking moonbat bushhateratallcosts.

criticaldensity wrote:
isnt this subject exhausted yet?? It's the same people in here saying the same things over and over. People who are Bush backers will not change their mind even if He starts killing babies. They will stand behind their Führer til the end, no matter what. And Kerry supporters wont let it die. Ive reached a point where honestly I dont care about the war anymore. I dont care how many soldiers die because i dont know them. No one i know personally has signed up to go to fight. And those who have signed up, well that's their decision and their paycheck. Good luck to them. Im happy being an ignorant American enjoying my freedom no matter what it costs. Blow the whole phuking world up if it means i can keep playing video games, watch porn and listen to my ipod. Thats what America is about. Yee Haw !!


Killing babies. Fuhrer. Don't care how many soldiers die because I don't know them.

Moonbat.

Then he goes on to profess how he doesn't give a crap about the very people that are providing him the right to voice his opinion thru their own blood. ****** ignorant dickhead (IMO). Zig Heil you ****** (insert explicative here). If you want to be mad, don't be mad at the soldiers. They're not polititions. They're a) doing their job and b) providing for your safety and freedom.

Just so you know, , a good friend of mine was shot twice (in the back and in the pelvis) in Faluja a while back. He, unlike most of the rest of his squad, lived thru the battle. He's almost completely healed now, and looking forward to going back to Iraq to help fight for YOUR freedom and the freedom of Iraqi people he doesn't even know.

He's got more integrity in his little toe than you have in your entire body.
Marston
Holy crap S3nd K3ys, you just torched criticaldensity's ass!
Related topics
Too much spam
The future of Wi-Fi
Microsoft gunning for Adobe's PDF format?
Whats it like?
One quesion for Our NSserver?
FDisk Tutorial
Who using Windows 2003?coming in!
.htaccess tutorial
How do you like Star Wars III?
Da Vinci Code
Url Forwarding
Sports Forum?
sghamsters.com
Best wap site for your mobile
Reply to topic    Frihost Forum Index -> Lifestyle and News -> Relationships

FRIHOST HOME | FAQ | TOS | ABOUT US | CONTACT US | SITE MAP
© 2005-2011 Frihost, forums powered by phpBB.