The W
Views: 150760558
Main | FAQ | Search: Y! / G | Calendar | Color chart | Log in for more!
7.4.20 0623
The W - Current Events & Politics - who's next???
This thread has 1 referral leading to it
Register and log in to post!
Pages: 1(2031 newer) Next thread | Previous thread
Post (7 total)

Since: 12.4.03
From: nj (back from iraq)

Since last post: 5279 days
Last activity: 5069 days
#1 Posted on
So who will be next???
will it be North Korea...

or will it be Iran???
Another Iran link.

(edited by CRZ on 19.6.03 0117)

83 days and counting till i leave for active army!
Promote this thread!
Summer sausage

Since: 2.1.02
From: Calgary ... Alberta Canada

Since last post: 4859 days
Last activity: 4859 days
#2 Posted on | Instant Rating: 0.00
I'm kinda leaning towards Syria myself ... it would be the most direct way of helping Israel with its Lebanese Hezbollah problem, and a puppet government in Damascus would allow Sharon to graciously surrender the Golan Heights
in any Mid East peace talks.

The only question I have is whether the Bush Admin will wait till its second term before starting the conflict, or whether they hatch a crisis in the leadup to the election. America In Crisis would help the incumbent it would seem.

Any man who hates small dogs and children can't be all bad.

Since: 11.7.02
From: MD

Since last post: 3262 days
Last activity: 1716 days
#3 Posted on | Instant Rating: 7.29
Hopefully, Iran can take care of itself. And A Revolution Ignored?

(edited by Grimis on 19.6.03 0828)

"I'm going to fill a dark awful basement with radioactive cockroaches. Yep. Big nasty ones like skateboards on legs, that go click-click-click when they walk. And maybe poisonous. I'm going to starve them for a week.

Then I'm going to catch all the coercive priss-spigots in the world, the ones that want to ban second-hand smoke and dwarf-tossing and beer. I'll smear the rascals with bacon fat, so the roaches won't know what they're eating, as otherwise they might not.

Then I'm going to toss all those greased busybodies into the basement. And whoop. And dance. Ha."
- Fred Reed

Since: 3.1.02
From: Philly

Since last post: 5026 days
Last activity: 1281 days
#4 Posted on | Instant Rating: 0.00
Add one vote for None Of The Above.

"You may be wondering why I have been making so many references lately to Fox News. The reason is that it is now my cable news network of choice -- because if Iím going to watch the news and be lied to, I want it to be ridiculously obvious that I am being lied to." -- Center for an Informed America, Newsletter #34
Big Bad

Since: 4.1.02
From: Dorchester, Ontario

Since last post: 476 days
Last activity: 45 days
#5 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.54
There's always those sneaky Dutch.

Over 1400 posts and still never a Wiener of the Day!

Well you're in your little room
and you're working on something good
but if it's really good
you're gonna need a bigger room
and when you're in the bigger room
you might not know what to do
you might have to think of
how you got started in your little room
da da da

---"Little Room," by the White Stripes

Since: 2.1.02
From: The Las Vegas of Canada

Since last post: 1618 days
Last activity: 11 days
#6 Posted on
Regarding the Iranian unrest article, I would say that one major reason the U.S. is trying not to get out in front too much on this issue is that the last thing we want is for it to appear like these protests are designed to show how much Iranians want U.S. involvement. The protestors have no more love for the U.S. than the government...well slightly more at best. And if it appears like we might in any way be the hands moving the protest's strings, then any hope of this gaining critical mass is shot to hell. I hope the protestors get their way and Khameni is deposed, but if we want that to happen we need to stay at arms length and let them work that out themselves.

and maybe I should open up my sensitive side/but really, the sensitive side sucks./I've been there./You can only imagine the kinds of sweaters they make you wear.

Since: 29.4.03

Since last post: 6049 days
Last activity: 6048 days
#7 Posted on
I remember reading an article somewhere where a "senior administration spokesman" (yeah yeah, I know) said that Dubya was done with war for his first term. Now was the time to consolidate the gains of the war on terror, said the source, and to concentrate on both the economy and getting re-elected.

The source was very coy about what could come after 2004, however.
Pages: 1Thread ahead: Forget Spike TV, say hello to AL TV
Next thread: 'Roe' Seeks to Overturn Roe v. Wade
Previous thread: Who Knew Dubya Was A Scientist
(2031 newer) Next thread | Previous thread
How come the Canadian is always telling us about American history? (That was rhetorical.) (Feel free to look up "rhetorical.")
The W - Current Events & Politics - who's next???Register and log in to post!

The W™ message board

©2001-2020 Brothers Zim

This old hunk of junk rendered your page in 0.058 seconds.