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#819077 - 06/15/02 02:35 PM Re: Another One Bites The Dust
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...requires very little work...other than a quick mind ...a good wordsmith...certainly not worth spending time on...

Kinda resemble that remark, doncha George? \:D
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#819078 - 06/15/02 04:57 PM Re: Another One Bites The Dust
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George says:

This is the problem when you guys allow this sort of thing to become a partisan argument. You think you win points by pointing something significant out -- that Bush is better than Clinton. But this is not the argfument at all. And all the while you want to argue partisan politics, we are losing our freedom.[/b]
Whoa, talk about the pot calling the kettle black. ROFLMAO! George you are the biggest partisan on this board. You are the one who in every issue finds the need to attack the current administration. You are the one who in every exchange feels the need to insult the president and his aids constantly.

When controversial issues are debated on this forum people line up to give differing opinions. Although the sides can many times be easily identified with one political party or another, no one except you tries to make it a political issue. Good honest exchanges of ideas take place. Now look at your posts. Always revolving around attacking the president and his team. All you do is throw "what ifs" out there. You haven't provided evidence of anything[/b] that would support all your wild accusations. (I'm still waiting for the evidence that the Afghan war was about building an oil pipeline for George's buddies, or that Bush could have stopped 911 but didn't work hard enough at it, etc, etc)Talk about a partisan, political hack. Sheesh! I quit watching network and cable news years ago because I got tired of watching spin like yours.

I'll repeat something I said here on a different thread. The political MO of the Democratic party for years has been to throw as much garbage against the wall and hope some of it sticks. None of it does. But their follow-up thrust is to get enough air play for their wild charges so that those who won't think for themselves or those who still watch the network news will start to think there must be something to the charges because of the non-stop talk "in the news". You, George, are one of the Democrats mules. I'm sure your quite proud of it.

The fact that you ocassionally make a valid point while attacking only proves the old addage, a broken clock is right twice a day.

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George also says:

Or are you invoking the "right wing conspiracy" type thinking that you mock so much when it is mentioned.[/b]
Uh, George, it's " vast[/b] right wing conspiracy." Please get it straight for future name calling.
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#819079 - 06/15/02 05:41 PM Re: Another One Bites The Dust
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btw, the Jonah G. thoughts were not from a published article but from a discussion board.
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#819080 - 06/17/02 12:01 PM Re: Another One Bites The Dust
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George,

You asked:

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Tell me, Derick, why do you think Il Duce does not go to Congress and ask for a declaration of war? Or,easier still, go to Congress with a law to suspend certain civil liberties and get their OK before he does so? [/b]
Are you equating a declaration of war with the President going before Congress with a law to suspend certain civil liberties? It sounds like you are. Keep in mind that you said the suspension of certain civil liberties with a declaration of war is acceptable to you.

I'm not sure who/what the President would declare war on. You can bet that whatever he proposed people like you, Senator Daschle and ACLU would be opposed to it.

Being that the war on terror is such a difficult thing to get a handle on, how would you feel about this proposal?

The feds arrest an American citizen suspected of being a terrorist and he is interrogated. Once they get all they can out of him, he is released to be tried by a jury of his peers. Any of the information obtained from him while in custody will not be admissible in court.

Would you find that acceptable?

Derick
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