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The W - Current Events & Politics - Rumsfeld = McNamara?
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Since: 2.1.02
From: The Las Vegas of Canada

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#1 Posted on
It sounds like things are getting a bit ugly in the War Room (

"It is well that war is so terrible, lest we grow too fond of it." - Robert E. Lee
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Since: 26.7.02
From: Maine

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#2 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.91
Great! It's about time someone took that motherfucker to task.

Moo hoo ha ha.

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Six Degrees of Me

Since: 21.2.02

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#3 Posted on
Great! It's about time someone took that motherfucker to task.

For what? Having * crazy * thoughts like this?

The first is why, in an era when American military dominance comes in both the quality of its technology and of its troops, the defense secretary prefers emphasizing long-range precision weapons to putting boots on the ground.

The hawks are restless and in a televised war, the fifteen minutes of fame quotient gets maxed out, as everyone rushes to get their soundbytes heard. Next thing you know the * brilliant * field generals will allow a washed up journalist to write their battle plans in the sand...without turning him over to the enemy, that is.



Since: 8.8.02
From: San Antonio, TX

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#4 Posted on
Notice how Rummy has changed from referring the warplan from a collaborative effort to referring to it as Gen. Tommy Franks' plan recently?

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Since: 22.8.02
From: Between thought and Reality, TZ

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#5 Posted on
"Dear Idiot,

....nah, never mind.


>thinks to self< "Just like I thought, no balls, no brains, all talk."

Dear PATHETIC Idiot,

.......not gonna waste my time anymore.


P.S.-Ban me you conservative twit. And fuck all your ass kissers. You'll make a smart comment, but I win, because I won't read your reply-- BIATCH!!!

Word Lif3.

P.P.S.-Grut, you're absolutely right.

P.P.P.S.-CRZ, don't be mad, just continue being the king of your worl...BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!

"Don't hate the Playa, hate the Game!"
David Adams

Since: 2.1.02
From: NJ

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#6 Posted on
You're really trying too hard, you know?

Since: 8.1.02
From: Modesto, CA

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#7 Posted on
I say *don't* ban him, just in spite.


"Some mathematicians did try to make the calculations, and the result was a rather acrimonious confrontation between themselves and some of the leading Darwinists at the Wistar Institute in Philadelphia in 1967. The report of the exchange in fascinating, not just because of the substance of the mathematical challenge, but even more because of the logic of the Darwinist response. ...[T]he mathematician D.S. Ulam argued that it was highly improbable that the eye could have evolved by the accumulation of small mutations, because the number of mutations would have to be so large and the time available was not nearly long enough for them to appear. Sir Peter Medawar and C.H. Waddington responded that Ulam was doing his science backwards; the fact was that the eye *had* evolved and therefore the mathematical difficulties must only be apparent. Ernst Mayr observed that Ulam's calculations were based on assumptions that might be unfounded, and concluded that 'Somehow or other by adjusting these figures we will come out alright. We are comforted by the fact that evolution has occured.'" - Phillip Johnson, *Darwin on Trial*
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Since: 9.1.02
From: Wichita, Ks

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#8 Posted on
Guys... don't feed the trolls.

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The last living La Parka Marka

"They that can give up essential liberty to gain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety." - Benjamin Franklin
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wow, after reading that, i have to go and re-watch "Canadian Bacon" staring Alan Alda, John Candy, Rhea Perlman, and Kevin Pollack... IMDB info
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