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 Author Thread: Ants, the latest in false flag/new world order conspiracy
 mfrotyl
Joined: 8/27/2007
Msg: 26 (view)
 
Ants, the latest in false flag/new world order conspiracy
Posted: 11/15/2008 7:54:35 PM
Just another case of out-sourcing. In the 1980's we had a problem with squirrels climbing into transformers, shocking themselves to death, causing the transformer to explode,leaking harmful PCB's into the enviroment as well as destroying the power grid for several blocks.

Now "Foreign" ants are destroying electronics for much cheaper pay.



Dude, this thread is about the robotic ant masters, not chem trails.


Ants follow other ants by the chem trail they leave behind them. It is actually a much better practice than a human leaving a bread trail behind them. Ants are superior and will eventually inherit the earth. Ever see Army ants take down an elephant??
 mfrotyl
Joined: 8/27/2007
Msg: 20 (view)
 
I love irony
Posted: 11/15/2008 7:33:39 PM
The military is not for everyone. Everyone's experience is also different. Boot camp is usually a shock and is meant to be. The military wants people who can handle adversity, change, etc....

War is hell. We can not honor our veterans enough!! God Bless them all!!

" Freedom is never Free"

Now do these people have problems with gang members talking and recruiting teenagers and pre-teens into their gangs?? How many gang members wer killed, wounded, or put into prison just last year? Where is the media reporting on this issue.

How about car accidents? Every year, over 6,000 teens leave home and die. Car Accidents. Shall we ban the car? I know the enviromentalists want to ban the EVIL SUV (LOL) Force everyone to take the train. So how many people died in train accidents in one month in LA?? Ban the train??

 mfrotyl
Joined: 8/27/2007
Msg: 17 (view)
 
I love irony
Posted: 11/13/2008 10:08:26 PM
What suprises me, is that the military still has recruiters in Berkley, CA. They even get recruits from that area, more than you would believe. If such a far-left area is still patriotic enough to serve, then there still is hope for the USA.

Once again, the left wants to stop something, realizes that pure propoganda will not work, so it must limit another FREEDOM.

"To give up Freedom for Security only means soon you will have neither" Thomas Jefferson
 mfrotyl
Joined: 8/27/2007
Msg: 15 (view)
 
I love irony
Posted: 11/6/2008 8:46:16 AM
They just do not see the irony, or perhaps they do not want to.

The left believes in free choice for little children to ruin their lives. However when it comes to something good, like military service, no way man!!!

The left calls our military "Baby-Killers" when in actuality who are the real "baby Killers"? It is not the irony that disturbs me, but their inability to see it.

They should spend a month in Cuba, North Korea, China, and then see how much they love Socialism/Communism.

 mfrotyl
Joined: 8/27/2007
Msg: 15 (view)
 
Lost Jobs due to Layoffs....
Posted: 11/6/2008 8:38:55 AM
Let me see: The world is coming to an end, and even with Obama he can only slow it down a little......

Thanks to the Obama election (Slick Marketing Campaign, what do the people really know about his policies?) Companies are gearing up to lay-off people in an attempt to survive. Some have already started.

Hiring freezes are in place, lay-offs are increasing.
 mfrotyl
Joined: 8/27/2007
Msg: 114 (view)
 
Who is Racist?
Posted: 10/25/2008 5:31:01 PM
Obama loves to use the race card.

You cannot talk about_______ without being called a racist.

The fill in the blank words:

Obama's ears
Obama's middle name
Obama's wife
Any Obama policy like raising taxes
Obama's campaign contributions from bankrupt Fannie Mae
Franklin Raines
ACORN
Community Organizers
Fraudelent voters
Terrorist Bill Ayers
Obama's poor brother
 mfrotyl
Joined: 8/27/2007
Msg: 16 (view)
 
Border Fence Gutted
Posted: 10/25/2008 5:16:26 PM
Now you are not far off the mark. If you were trying to sneak into Mexico from their southern border, they do have minefields, machine guns, tanks, etc and they shoot first and ask questions later. I would think that the least racist option would be to mimic Mexico's response. Let us make our southern border just like their southern border. Sounds fair to me.

Remember Santa Anna invaded in 1848
Poncho Vila invaded in 1916

Seems a military response is well warranted.
 mfrotyl
Joined: 8/27/2007
Msg: 25 (view)
 
Hilary Campaign Caught with Hand in Cookie Jar AGAIN
Posted: 10/25/2008 5:10:40 PM
While Obama is raiding Grannies house, I mean visiting the poor sick Grandma, who he threw under the bus for her Racism, Obama turned over his Campaign to Hilary??? I wonder what she is going to get for this? Supreme Court Justice? Head Supreme court justice?? Maybe he will get rid of Biden for his many gaffs??
 mfrotyl
Joined: 8/27/2007
Msg: 11 (view)
 
Oops, she did it again
Posted: 10/25/2008 5:04:06 PM
Seems Joe Biden is taking one of the plays from Hilary's playbook when he said, he was forced down in Afghanistan by "enemy" fire. What all the other witnesses say, was that the snow was blowing too hard....LOL Poor Joe does not know what reality is....
 mfrotyl
Joined: 8/27/2007
Msg: 18 (view)
 
The unique safe-haven law.....
Posted: 10/23/2008 11:21:49 PM
Would anyone like to take a guess at what type of political thinking is enabling the following? Feel free to discuss your feelings


I have lived in several towns, that have Crisis Nurseries, which are places usually in hospitals, where a parent can leave a child in SAFE CARE for several hours no questions asked. I have also been to towns with no such program. I have also had to send more than one of my shift workers home, when their foreman discovered that they had left their children sleeping in their car in the company's parking lot. It is not a safe place( 3 dead bodies in 10 years, drug dealing and prostitution, theft, fighting etc), the workers may lose some pay ( their absence is not counted against them) but at least the children would be safe.

Parenting is a tough job and some people are not up to it, do not have family to help, etc... I think SAFE HAVENS are wonderful ideas.

Here you can leave a child under one, without penality at a hospital, police station, fire station, or the children's home (orphanage)
 mfrotyl
Joined: 8/27/2007
Msg: 34 (view)
 
Republicans caused economic crisis,read todays news!
Posted: 10/23/2008 10:46:29 PM
So we wonder, since Obama has not released any of his educational records, his law school records, his law publications, his ACORN billing records, his state senate voting records,his Communist Party Membership number, his Castro fan Club number, his chemical dependency records, etc....



Sen. McCain entered Annapolis as a partying wise cracker. He hardly studied and eventually graduated in the "bottom five" in his class.


Then we wonder what the Top 5% of his Annapolis class are doing today?


LOL....this reminds me of a riddle:

Question: What do you call someone who graduates last in their medical school class???????

Answer: DOCTOR
 mfrotyl
Joined: 8/27/2007
Msg: 21 (view)
 
Republicans caused economic crisis,read todays news!
Posted: 10/23/2008 9:06:00 AM
nobody even listens to him.
Seems somebody read it??? The facts are not in dispute, the "SPIN" is what the democrats want you to "believe"

Perhaps you might want to listen to a democrat?

www.ornery.org/essays/warwatch/2008-10-05-1.html



By Orson Scott Card October 5, 2008
Would the Last Honest Reporter Please Turn On the Lights?
An open letter to the local daily paper -- almost every local daily paper in America:
I remember reading All the President's Men and thinking: That's journalism. You do what it takes to get the truth and you lay it before the public, because the public has a right to know.
This housing crisis didn't come out of nowhere. It was not a vague emanation of the evil Bush administration.
It was a direct result of the political decision, back in the late 1990s, to loosen the rules of lending so that home loans would be more accessible to poor people. Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac were authorized to approve risky loans.
What is a risky loan? It's a loan that the recipient is likely not to be able to repay.
The goal of this rule change was to help the poor -- which especially would help members of minority groups. But how does it help these people to give them a loan that they can't repay? They get into a house, yes, but when they can't make the payments, they lose the house -- along with their credit rating.
They end up worse off than before.
This was completely foreseeable and in fact many people did foresee it. One political party, in Congress and in the executive branch, tried repeatedly to tighten up the rules. The other party blocked every such attempt and tried to loosen them.
Furthermore, Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae were making political contributions to the very members of Congress who were allowing them to make irresponsible loans. (Though why quasi-federal agencies were allowed to do so baffles me. It's as if the Pentagon were allowed to contribute to the political campaigns of Congressmen who support increasing their budget.)
Isn't there a story here? Doesn't journalism require that you who produce our daily paper tell the truth about who brought us to a position where the only way to keep confidence in our economy was a $700 billion bailout? Aren't you supposed to follow the money and see which politicians were benefitting personally from the deregulation of mortgage lending?
I have no doubt that if these facts had pointed to the Republican Party or to John McCain as the guilty parties, you would be treating it as a vast scandal. "Housing-gate," no doubt. Or "Fannie-gate."
Instead, it was Senator Christopher Dodd and Congressman Barney Frank, both Democrats, who denied that there were any problems, who refused Bush administration requests to set up a regulatory agency to watch over Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, and who were still pushing for these agencies to go even further in promoting subprime mortgage loans almost up to the minute they failed.
As Thomas Sowell points out in a TownHall.com essay entitled Do Facts Matter? "Alan Greenspan warned them four years ago. So did the Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers to the President. So did Bush's Secretary of the Treasury."
These are facts. This financial crisis was completely preventable. The party that blocked any attempt to prevent it was ... the Democratic Party. The party that tried to prevent it was ... the Republican Party.
Yet when Nancy Pelosi accused the Bush administration and Republican deregulation of causing the crisis, you in the press did not hold her to account for her lie. Instead, you criticized Republicans who took offense at this lie and refused to vote for the bailout!
What? It's not the liar, but the victims of the lie who are to blame?
Now let's follow the money ... right to the presidential candidate who is the number-two recipient of campaign contributions from Fannie Mae.
And after Freddie Raines, the CEO of Fannie Mae who made $90 million while running it into the ground, was fired for his incompetence, one presidential candidate's campaign actually consulted him for advice on housing.
If that presidential candidate had been John McCain, you would have called it a major scandal and we would be getting stories in your paper every day about how incompetent and corrupt he was.
But instead, that candidate was Barack Obama, and so you have buried this story, and when the McCain campaign dared to call Raines an "adviser" to the Obama campaign -- because that campaign had sought his advice -- you actually let Obama's people get away with accusing McCain of lying, merely because Raines wasn't listed as an official adviser to the Obama campaign.
You would never tolerate such weasely nit-picking from a Republican.
If you who produce our local daily paper actually had any principles, you would be pounding this story, because the prosperity of all Americans was put at risk by the foolish, short-sighted, politically selfish, and possibly corrupt actions of leading Democrats, including Obama.
If you who produce our local daily paper had any personal honor, you would find it unbearable to let the American people believe that somehow Republicans were to blame for this crisis.
There are precedents. Even though President Bush and his administration never said that Iraq sponsored or was linked to 9/11, you could not stand the fact that Americans had that misapprehension -- so you pounded us with the fact that there was no such link. (Along the way, you created the false impression that Bush had lied to them and said that there was a connection.)
If you had any principles, then surely right now, when the American people are set to blame President Bush and John McCain for a crisis they tried to prevent, and are actually shifting to approve of Barack Obama because of a crisis he helped cause, you would be laboring at least as hard to correct that false impression.
Your job, as journalists, is to tell the truth. That's what you claim you do, when you accept people's money to buy or subscribe to your paper.
But right now, you are consenting to or actively promoting a big fat lie -- that the housing crisis should somehow be blamed on Bush, McCain, and the Republicans. You have trained the American people to blame everything bad -- even bad weather -- on Bush, and they are responding as you have taught them to.
If you had any personal honor, each reporter and editor would be insisting on telling the truth -- even if it hurts the election chances of your favorite candidate.
Because that's what honorable people do. Honest people tell the truth even when they don't like the probable consequences. That's what honesty means. That's how trust is earned.
Barack Obama is just another politician, and not a very wise one. He has revealed his ignorance and naivete time after time -- and you have swept it under the rug, treated it as nothing.
Meanwhile, you have participated in the borking of Sarah Palin, reporting savage attacks on her for the pregnancy of her unmarried daughter -- while you ignored the story of John Edwards's own adultery for many months.
So I ask you now: Do you have any standards at all? Do you even know what honesty means?
Is getting people to vote for Barack Obama so important that you will throw away everything that journalism is supposed to stand for?
You might want to remember the way the National Organization of Women threw away their integrity by supporting Bill Clinton despite his well-known pattern of sexual exploitation of powerless women. Who listens to NOW anymore? We know they stand for nothing; they have no principles.
That's where you are right now.
It's not too late. You know that if the situation were reversed, and the truth would damage McCain and help Obama, you would be moving heaven and earth to get the true story out there.
If you want to redeem your honor, you will swallow hard and make a list of all the stories you would print if it were McCain who had been getting money from Fannie Mae, McCain whose campaign had consulted with its discredited former CEO, McCain who had voted against tightening its lending practices.
Then you will print them, even though every one of those true stories will point the finger of blame at the reckless Democratic Party, which put our nation's prosperity at risk so they could feel good about helping the poor, and lay a fair share of the blame at Obama's door.
You will also tell the truth about John McCain: that he tried, as a Senator, to do what it took to prevent this crisis. You will tell the truth about President Bush: that his administration tried more than once to get Congress to regulate lending in a responsible way.
This was a Congress-caused crisis, beginning during the Clinton administration, with Democrats leading the way into the crisis and blocking every effort to get out of it in a timely fashion.
If you at our local daily newspaper continue to let Americans believe --and vote as if -- President Bush and the Republicans caused the crisis, then you are joining in that lie.
If you do not tell the truth about the Democrats -- including Barack Obama -- and do so with the same energy you would use if the miscreants were Republicans -- then you are not journalists by any standard.
You're just the public relations machine of the Democratic Party, and it's time you were all fired and real journalists brought in, so that we can actually have a daily newspaper in our city.
 mfrotyl
Joined: 8/27/2007
Msg: 8 (view)
 
Republicans caused economic crisis,read todays news!
Posted: 10/20/2008 11:31:50 PM
The facts:
1. Democrats created Fannie and Freddie.

2. Democrats appointed Democrats including Jamie Gorelich, Franklin Raines, Jimmy Johnson to run Fannie and by cooking the books took Tens of Millions in ILLEGAL Bonuses.

3. Under Clinton, Janet Reno and Jamie Gorelich(she is everywhere disaster happens) forced banks to stop asking for income verification, social security numbers, etc... forcing banks to give out bad loans. Five MILLION loans minimum to ILLEGAL ALIENS discovered so far.

4. Under Democrats Fannie and Freddie grew by spending 30 times the money that had.

5. The Democrats successfully defeat 12 republican attempts to REFORM Freddie and Fannie.

6. Fannie PAID 352 Democrat Senators and Congressional Representatives MILLIONS in "campaign contributions" to block REFORM. Obama took home 126,000 dollars. Have democrats during this time of crisis, given one penny back?

7. The economy is so BAD?? Yet Obama received 150 Million in Campaign contributions last month, where is all that money coming from? Obama instructs us to share the wealth, yet he refuses to share any money with fellow democrats....LOL

Coming soon, the CSA (Communist States of America) under Komrade Obama
 mfrotyl
Joined: 8/27/2007
Msg: 3 (view)
 
Current Events Not Showing On Forum List.
Posted: 10/12/2008 9:59:57 PM
No current events link, yet we are only a month from a big election, the people have little faith in the markets, a possible revolution in the capitalistic system, the terrorists are winning and no one cares???

Could it be that there is a huge astroid headed our way, life will cease to exist next year, so why bother????

 mfrotyl
Joined: 8/27/2007
Msg: 3 (view)
 
Cuba: War by Proxy?
Posted: 10/11/2008 8:35:33 PM
Cuba has trade with the rest of the world, so why are the Cubans still stuck in the 1950's? Because under a ruthless dictator, life goes down hill quick, everything must be controlled by the government. The people are given government rice cookers, because Castro does not want some enterprising soul, to make money producing rice cookers. When will the Cuban government give out the STEAK cookers??? Never, since Cuban peasants will not be allowed to have good food.
 mfrotyl
Joined: 8/27/2007
Msg: 12 (view)
 
Global Warming and Tropical Storms
Posted: 10/11/2008 8:25:48 PM
During the time of the dinosaurs, the CO2 levels were 10 times what they are today. You may ask were did all this CO2 go to and the answer is: into the Earth. Plants sucked up all this CO2 and produced Oxygen. The Earth will maintain a balance so life will survive. I am sure the dinosaurs did not worry.

Global Climate Change is just a myth, to get people to panic and fear. Like FDR said, " The only thing to FEAR is FEAR itself."
 mfrotyl
Joined: 8/27/2007
Msg: 1072 (view)
 
It looks like McCain's VP pick is Sarah Palin
Posted: 9/16/2008 8:50:28 AM
While Palin's son is in a combat unit, Biden's son is a lawyer and will serve as a lawyer in Iraq. I think the level of "being in harm's way" is much higher for Palin's son.

I applaud both for serving!!!!! but is Biden's son only serving so it will look good on his resume when he goes into a political office??? The liberals are starting to learn that Americans demand that their politicians serve in the military.
 mfrotyl
Joined: 8/27/2007
Msg: 1070 (view)
 
It looks like McCain's VP pick is Sarah Palin
Posted: 9/16/2008 8:43:09 AM
So who brought the Candidates children into the political arena? Was it not the liberal media, looking to smear Palin? It was. Only a liberal woman is good enough to be a Political leader, yet a conservative women is told, she must be barefoot and pregnant and taking care of the kids at home. My how the liberals have grown since 1920, when women first got the right to vote.



She's using her daughter to score political points.

Just like she's using her army son to score political points.

Disgusting.


Her son was already enlisted and her daughter already pregnant before Palin was chosen. Has anyone asked Chelsey how many abortions she has had so far?????

It is too bad, that the Conservatives were the first political party to have a Female VP candidate who will actually be elected to office. Where is the Democrats women candidates? At home?
 mfrotyl
Joined: 8/27/2007
Msg: 10 (view)
 
Should Candidates' Kids Be Prohibited from Deploying?
Posted: 9/16/2008 8:24:30 AM
No. Deploy them. FDR's son Major James Roosevelt was a Marine and saw combat during WW2 in the Pacific. In fact he was on the Makin Island Raid, one of the first victories for the US in the Pacific.


Biden's son is in the National Guard and our military should not be so spread thin as to require our national guard to be over there. So Biden's kid should not go.


Thanks to the so called "Peace Dividend" the military was cut from 22 Active duty divisions to 10 under Clinton and Congress. The military in an effort to save us had to place some units and duties in the NG and Reserve. The National Guard contains combat units that have been deployed from the Civil War, Spanish American War, World War 1, World War 2, Korea, and even Vietnam, but not many of them. So the National guard needs to be deployed when needed, even if/when we build our active duty military back up.
 mfrotyl
Joined: 8/27/2007
Msg: 16 (view)
 
Economic question
Posted: 9/15/2008 9:15:01 PM
http://network.nationalpost.com/np/blogs/fullcomment/archive/2008/07/11/david-frum-on-the-demise-of-fannie-mae-and-freddie-mac.aspx


David Frum on the demise of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac
Posted: July 11, 2008, 4:00 PM by Marni Soupcoff
David Frum
The shapers of the American mortgage finance system hoped to achieve the security of government ownership, the integrity of local banking and the ingenuity of Wall Street. Instead they got the ingenuity of government, the security of local banking and the integrity of Wall Street.

Yesterday, shares of the two U.S. mortgage companies Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac collapsed. Freddie’s shares have lost 70% of their value in a week; Fannie’s 55% over the same period.

Fannie and Freddie are technically known as government-sponsored enterprises. What that means in practice is that everybody assumes they carry a government guarantee even though in reality they do not.

This assumed guarantee has allowed them to engage in decades of dubious market activity, which has now come to a disastrous head.

For its first 30 years of life, Fannie Mae actually was owned by the government. In those quiet early years, Fannie (formally known as the Federal National Mortgage Association) borrowed at very low rates, typically an eighth of a point above the U.S. Treasury itself, then loaned the money to banks for middle-class mortgages.

In 1968, the Johnson administration decided to privatize Fannie — not for any free-market reason, but because the federal government’s debt was rising fast, and the administration realized it could make the government’s accounts look better by moving Fannie Mae’s obligations off the books.

The administration then created a second company to provide competition to Fannie. Thus was born Freddie Mac, the Federal Home Loan and Mortgage Loan Corporation. (It owes its nickname to its ticker initials FRE.)

Today the two companies together are responsible for some US$5-trillion of mortgage debt. To put that in perspective, that’s more than half the entire U.S. federal debt.

Fannie’s and Freddie’s ability to pay their debts depends in turn on their ability to collect from retail mortgage lenders. And with those lenders dropping dead like roses in a heat wave, collection suddenly looks very much in doubt.

The two institutions have long been run not by bankers but by retired political figures, predominantly Democrats. From 1991 to 1998, Fannie Mae was headed by James Johnson, a longtime aide to former Democratic vice president Walter Mondale. Johnson’s successor, Franklin Raines, had served as budget director to Bill Clinton. Jamie Gorelick, vice chair of Fannie Mae from 1998 to 2003, served as deputy attorney general in the Clinton administration.

These figures have paid themselves impressive private-sector salaries. Johnson earned US$21-million in just his last year at Fannie Mae. Raines earned US$90-million for five years’ work at Fannie Mae. Gorelick got US$26-million.

Yet the companies never had to meet the discipline of the private marketplace. They paid no taxes, and they had access to a line of credit at the Treasury department. More ominously for today’s crisis: They were not required to provide anything like the level of information about their internal operations expected of a privately owned company.

This non-transparency allowed Fannie Mae to engage in serious accounting fraud, overstating its earnings by more than US$6-billion over the Raines years — overstatements that incidentally justified the company’s lavish compensation packages. (Both Johnson and Raines incidentally also received below-market mortgages from the large mortgage company — and major Fannie Mae beneficiary — Countrywide Mortgage.)

The loss of confidence that struck the markets this week has been gathering for years. It is the natural byproduct of the bad practice of merging private business with government power.

As so often happens with large scandals, the cost will fall on everyone except the responsible parties. In 2006, federal regulators sued Franklin Raines and two other Fannie Mae executives to recover US$115-million of compensation. The case was settled for US$3-million, plus the surrender of some (now probably valueless) stock options and other contingent benefits. The US$3-million was paid from Fannie Mae’s
own insurance.

And at the polls this November, the voters will likely exact a political price for the debacle from John McCain and the Republicans — even though the party most tainted by the failure ought to have been the Democrats. Indeed, James Johnson until recently chaired Barack Obama’s vice presidential selection committee.

That’s not close enough to justice, not even close enough for government work.



That is right, the people(Congressional Democrats) who are destroying our financial systems are now controlling more of it? Instead they should be going to jail. Obama in just 3 years has collected $126,000 from fannie and freddie. For what??????????
 mfrotyl
Joined: 8/27/2007
Msg: 104 (view)
 
Do you really support our troops?
Posted: 9/12/2008 5:14:48 PM
Joe Cook-Proud American.

He supports the troops. He gives a great speech. Maybe he should be governor of Alaska when Palin becomes VP.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yLMa7hXAOhU

check it out
 mfrotyl
Joined: 8/27/2007
Msg: 56 (view)
 
Palin Bombshell about to be exposed?
Posted: 9/4/2008 11:21:41 PM
[q] Screw going below the belt! Hit her in the face!
She is scary exactly because of who she openly declares herself to be... a far-Right, religious fundamentalist zealot!
We should be scared of her and the zealots who support her. [/q]




Let's see: Lower taxes.
Less governmental control
Lower energy prices.
More Freedoms, (Speech, right to bear arms, etc...)


Yeah, I see how all that can be scary......LOL
 mfrotyl
Joined: 8/27/2007
Msg: 20 (view)
 
Peace protestors???
Posted: 9/1/2008 11:32:15 PM
Which side are the Anti-War protestors on? No Really?? Answer truthfully.



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 mfrotyl
Joined: 8/27/2007
Msg: 19 (view)
 
Peace protestors???
Posted: 9/1/2008 11:25:52 PM
Why are Anti-War demostrators the most VIOLENT???

Why do they cause mayhem, injury and death??
Why do they destroy cities, police cars, and other people?



Don't you have to sign a Gandhi pledge or something to be an anti-war protestor??

Have you ever seen a street after a riot??? (Chicago 1968) Looks like a war zone to me. Was this not the thing they were trying to prevent??

Seems like someone got their wires crossed.
 mfrotyl
Joined: 8/27/2007
Msg: 22 (view)
 
Russia invades Georgia
Posted: 8/9/2008 8:20:44 PM

What if all the Mexicans in the Southern states want to rejoin mexico?
A lot of the US was theirs anyway.


1. America defeated Mexico in the Mexican-American War of 1848.
2. American troops took the capitol of Mexico
3. In the negiotated peace treaty America generously paid for the terroritory it already controlled that we call New Mexico, Arizona, California.

Next you will think Anglo-Americans will want to rejoin the British Empire

God Save the Queen
 mfrotyl
Joined: 8/27/2007
Msg: 10 (view)
 
The lights were turned off but some lawmakers wouldn't leave Aug. 1st, 2008
Posted: 8/9/2008 8:10:22 PM
Little known facts:

America is the 3rd largest producer of oil in the world.
Inflating tires produces no oil (Obama messed that up)
An overinflated tire that bursts requires a replacement tire that need 4 quarts of oil to be used as raw material, plus how many gallons to deliver? How much oil does an ambulance ride use?
All cars produced after 1985 have chips in them that regulate gas flow, so cars do not need tune-ups ( Another Obama Gaff) Has Obama ever tuned up a car??
New oil field production could produce oil in as little as 9 months, the pipelines in the gulf of mexico are already built and ready to handle new oil.
Democrats only want to limit your rights and keep you down.
If green enviromentalists were really interested in saving the planet, they would let US oil Companies with good track records drill in the gulf, instead of Chinese firms, that could care less if a lot of oil spilled and ended up on US shores.
 mfrotyl
Joined: 8/27/2007
Msg: 33 (view)
 
Senator Chuck Schumer (D-NY), reckless behavior
Posted: 7/16/2008 11:22:58 PM
The FDIC insures all deposits up to $100,000. So 1.3 billion is withdrawn because people had over that amount in their accounts, you say?? Hogwash. Besides the media and liberal democrats say we are in a recession, where did those people get 1.3 billion dollars anyway??

People got scared, since King Chuckie wanted them scared. As part of the oversight committee, he is supposed to review what the regulators are doing, not issue a press release saying Indymac is going to fail. So thanks to his press release, people paniced. So King Chuckie got what he wanted, a failed bank. Now after Congress messed up the banking with the Fair Housing Act of 1997, which caused this sub-prime lending mess. Congress can now point fingers at banking, saying what horrible people you are. Seems to me Congress should take the blame, since they messed it up originally, but you won't see the media printing that one, or Congress apologizing for it.
 mfrotyl
Joined: 8/27/2007
Msg: 19 (view)
 
Senator Chuck Schumer (D-NY), reckless behavior
Posted: 7/16/2008 8:21:17 AM
Schumer was voicing his concern for "NEW YORK" banks that were eating all the bad loans bundled by Indy.... The New York banks were the trusties holding the crap paper Indy has written.... They are the ones calling for regulators....


okay, so silly NEW YORK banks bought bad paper, because they are not smart enough to know a good investment from a bad investment, or maybe they are just greedy, so the NEW YORK bankers go running to their lapdog KING CHUCKIE to save(?) them and instead of getting their money later or even losing some money, the TAXPAYERS are bailing out this bank, so NEW YORK bankers get their money.

I see, TAMMANY HALL POLITICS as USUAL

Now it makes me even sicker.
 mfrotyl
Joined: 8/27/2007
Msg: 9 (view)
 
A Workforce Betrayed
Posted: 7/16/2008 8:10:04 AM
Timeenough123, no, brutal, exploitive and greed are only SOME of our traits. And "socialism" hasn't failed, the French, Germans, Swiss and Norwegians and others have a lot of "socialist" elements in their societies and they are pretty happy with it.



LOL.....so why is everyone flocking to America and not Russia, China, or Europe?? Socialism has failed everywhere it has been tried. Socialists try to bring it back, but it still fails. They are trying to bring it to America, like, the Pilgrims at Plymouth Rock, but they got smart fast (after half the people died) FDR and his NEW DEAL, LBJ and his GREAT SOCIETY, now Obama and his "CHANGE" Obama does not even have a real plan yet. Yet Poverty has increased in America thanks to socialism. Unions are the main tools of socialists, who are destoying America
Socialism and Communism sound good, but will never work.

God Bless a FREE America!!!!
 mfrotyl
Joined: 8/27/2007
Msg: 83 (view)
 
OBAMA'S SPEECH ON LEARNING SPANISH
Posted: 7/16/2008 7:59:06 AM
Obama is embarressed by the American People again. Obama does not speak Spanish, French, or any other foreign language either. Does Michelle?

Obama in a speech this week proposes Mandatory Volunteerism (?!)

All Middle School to High school students must do 50 hours of community service and college students must do 100 hours per year. Failure to do this unpaid work, will result in Jail time. Seems like a return to SLAVERY to me. Obama is for Slavery(?!)

Is this not a violation of the 13th Amendment? Did we not fight a war to end slavery that ended in 1865? Obama is for change....LOL... seems Obama is stuck in the past to me. Toss out the English Language and go back to the ways of OLD Europe, so why exactly does Obama want to live here anyways?
 mfrotyl
Joined: 8/27/2007
Msg: 17 (view)
 
Senator Chuck Schumer (D-NY), reckless behavior
Posted: 7/16/2008 7:49:49 AM
What King Chuckie the first did is worse than yelling "Fire" in a crowded theater. Now a small problem has mushroomed into a catastrophe. First the run on the bank, thanks to the panic Chuckie caused and now that the government has taken over, all loans, including house loans, are being recalled. So if you have a loan with this bank and cannot pay it off or refinance, you lose your house.

How many deaths will King Chuckie be responsible for? But like a good socialist, he ruins people’s lives and then heads for the sidelines, so he can say “ Look at that mess” like he is not responsible.

Makes one sick. How can the people of NY elect such despots
 mfrotyl
Joined: 8/27/2007
Msg: 3 (view)
 
Toddlers who dislike spicy food 'racist'
Posted: 7/8/2008 12:36:07 AM


And what "Toddler" ever eats everything on his/her plate???

They are all racist???



Okay I feel much better now.......................

So what happens when a toddler will not eat "non-spicey" food???

Quick lock them all up for life, before they commit a "hate" crime....LOL
 mfrotyl
Joined: 8/27/2007
Msg: 25 (view)
 
Solar Power VS Oil
Posted: 7/8/2008 12:24:32 AM
Drill Here, Drill Now, Pay Less, someday Congress will understand that. We can only hope.

Why is it that every other country with oil, and yes the US has OIL and lots of it, is drilling like crazy, except Venzula which is running its Oil Infrastructure into the ground and their Production keeps dropping.

Oil is Organic, it was Produced by the EARTH or do you think aliens dumped it here?? Is OIL really Toxic Space Alien WASTE Matter??
 mfrotyl
Joined: 8/27/2007
Msg: 4 (view)
 
US removes 550 metric tons from Iraq shipped to Canadian Company - more proof Surge worked?
Posted: 7/8/2008 12:19:07 AM
You take a lot of yellow cake uranium, spin in lots of centrifuges for a long time, cut the extreme edges off, centrifuge some more, cut extreme edges off, guess what you got WEAPONS GRADE URANIUM, whose only use is a NUCLEAR BOMB.

Nope, no WMD's here.......

Yeah Right!!!

In 20 years, the real history will be written and they will know that George Bush did the Right Thing. Just Like Reagan did.
 mfrotyl
Joined: 8/27/2007
Msg: 2 (view)
 
Balkans Safer Than Western Europe, UN Says
Posted: 5/30/2008 7:59:27 PM
"At present, the levels of crime against people and property are lower than elsewhere in Europe, and the number of murders is falling in every Balkan country," Costa said. The number of reported murders in the region halved from 2,185 in 1998 to 1,130 in 2006, the report found.

The report says the trend of reduced crime will continue since the region did not have the basic conditions for high levels of crime that exist elsewhere: mass poverty, income inequality, large-scale urbanization and youth unemployment.



So are you trying to say that a war that kills millions, destroys the countryside, ruins people's lives in a good thing to prevent crime???? Yeah who wants to rob someone that has NOTHING LEFT?????!!!!!!!!!
 mfrotyl
Joined: 8/27/2007
Msg: 5 (view)
 
Rachel Ray a Terrorist?
Posted: 5/30/2008 7:55:09 PM
Even though the Kaffiyeh is worn by mostly US Special Forces (SEALs and Green Berets) in Afghanistan, they where it for functional purposes and to blend in with the NATIVES.

However RR wearing it is Jihadi Chic. Just look at some of the advertising out there. Revlon, Target, Kraft, etc... are all coming out with islamic influenced advertising, women with their heads covered, entire bodies covered barely showing their faces, it seems the Liberal Media and Corporate America in some cases are showing their true colors.

See we are nice, do not kill us Mr. Terrorist, we will live by your Sharia law


It is enough to make one sick...



God Bless America!!
 mfrotyl
Joined: 8/27/2007
Msg: 5 (view)
 
HBO's Recount
Posted: 5/25/2008 10:12:57 PM
I'm talking about a movie


Yes it is a movie and it has a LIBERAL slant to it, since it is a movie, they can say it is based on fact, but does not have to be the TRUTH. In fact, being a movie, the TRUTH has nothing to do with it. Remember Al Gore's "Inconvient Truth", there was not much TRUTH in his little HOAX movie. I for one can not wait for NYC to be underwater....LOL, but I am not holding my breath on that one.

Also as far a googling something, what you read is also not necessarily the TRUTH, but what someone decided to write, does not make it a FACT or a TRUTH, but an OPINION or worse yet a LIE!!! It is amazing how GULLIBLE some people are. What did P.T. Barnum say? There is a sucker born every minute? Or was it a fool and his money are soon parted?

But thanks to Democrat Party machine politics, when the ward hacks say vote #2, the democrat voters can not even think for themselves and see that #2 is Buchanan, not Gore....LOL

Thanks to 2000, we have new terms in our lexicon. Hanging Chad and Pregnant Chad.....LOL
 mfrotyl
Joined: 8/27/2007
Msg: 42 (view)
 
Gas Price Solutions
Posted: 5/25/2008 10:02:43 PM

Perhaps a state ran oil company not controlled by the greed/ungrateful/treasonis


Another big government supporter....LOL

The Communists had this solution and you remember that they went belly up. Oops.

The less the government controls, the better for the rest of us.

Horses are not a solution. Can you imagine the manure on the streets caused by just 10,000 horses, let alone a million?? We would really be swimming in SH** then...LOL

Just let the market work, if people can not handle $4.00 gas, then they will drive less. But to really fix the problem, increase the supply of gas, by drilling more in the US and refining more in the US. Plus add more nuclear plants and coal fired plants, with scrubbers.
 mfrotyl
Joined: 8/27/2007
Msg: 7 (view)
 
Vallejo, California city council votes for bankruptcy..........
Posted: 5/10/2008 6:49:57 PM
I have no sympathy for overpaid government workers with gold-plated Cadillac benefits, who do no work. Yet when the city faces budget problems, the first to go are the real workers (Police and Fire) How about laying off the non-essential fat cats???? No they are the ones who decides who gets laid-off, they would never do the "HONORABLE" thing.......there I was daydreaming again.



In Wisconsin, our state legislators and liberal Governor, snuck past the voters this law: " The state, city, municipality, etc.. can NOT!! take away or reduce any benefit given to a government worker." Imagine that, now they can not balance the budget.
 mfrotyl
Joined: 8/27/2007
Msg: 10 (view)
 
Burma: Death toll could reach 10,000
Posted: 5/10/2008 6:34:26 PM
The Marxist Military Junta of Burma could care less about its citizens. If they live or die, their government does not care. I bet the Burmese government is currently executing citizens to add to the death total. See the Cyclone killed them.

It does not "Foreign" Influences of Freedom and Democracy to infect its people and it does not want the people of Burma to see the wealth and prosperity of other "Free" countries.

The government wants to limit the Aid so it can tell its people that they delivered it. Ain't they Nice????? Plus without foreign aid workers, how will the people ever know the truth.

Only a Totaltarian regime would prevent aid, so people might live. Another serf or two dies, The Burmese government does not care. Reminds me of Stalin, Hilter, Saddam, Amjendine...etc....
 mfrotyl
Joined: 8/27/2007
Msg: 181 (view)
 
FREE Federalized Health Care
Posted: 5/7/2008 8:29:56 PM

.................USA 47 million uninsured........

............... Millions more underinsured......

............... Half of all the Bankruptcies caused by medical bills....


I see these numbers posted all the time, yet no one ever posts the government source where they come from. Are they really true? I thought if you did not have insurance you got medicaid or medicare? Does that mean the government can not even cover the poorest of the poor? if they are failing in that, how can you expect them to run a nationwide healthcare system?? Sounds like the demise of any healthcare for ALL AMERICANS to me, is what you are advocating.

The Communists have free healthcare, look what it got them........ what was their standard of living? what was their life expectancy?

The USA has the best healthcare anywhere and the liberals and socialists want to tear it down. Well I am not standing by and watching it happen. Are you???!!
 mfrotyl
Joined: 8/27/2007
Msg: 73 (view)
 
Hillary Threatens to Obliterate Iran
Posted: 5/4/2008 11:55:01 PM

how do you explain the protected status of the jews, christians and other religious minorities in Iran and their gauranteed seats in the Iranian parliment?


http://newsocietyjournal.com/2008/01/29/iran-jewish-life-under-islamic-rule/


Overnight, the 1979 Islamic Revolution overturned all the societal gains made by the Jewish community under the Shah. In the first few years after the Revolution, dozens of Jews were executed. [27] Habib Elghanian was the wealthiest Jewish philanthropist in Iran where he funded Hebrew schools across the country. Elghanian, who had introduced plastic to Iran, was accused of being a Zionist traitor, or to be more specific, he was charged with “friendship with the enemies of God, warring with God and His emissaries, and economic imperialism.” [28] He was hanged in 1979. Although Ayatollah Khomeini issued a fatwa ordering that all Jews be treated well, [29] and that Iranian Jews should be distinguished from Zionist agents, the record shows otherwise.
The supposed equality of Jews and Muslims and the rhetorical dis-tinction between Jew and Zionist soon became a political joke. Jews reverted to the status of dhimmi. Khomeini reinstituted the jizya and declared that if Muslims had obeyed the divine ordinances, “a handful of Jews would not have dared to occupy our land.” [30] During the year of the Revolution alone, numerous Jews were killed for “causing economic corruption in Iran.” [31] Any person who had a connection with the Shah or had “too much wealth,” was handed a death sentence. [32] Most of those who fled left their wealth behind to be appropriated by the Islamic regime.
These discriminatory practices all continue to this day. All workers in public sectors have to be screened for Islamic credentials. [33] “Blood money,” the payment given by the family of a murderer to the family of the victim, once again became customary in Iran after the Revolution, and the amount of financial compensation a Jew can receive from a Muslim in the case of a relative’s murder or death is equal to one-eighth the amount that is paid if the victim is a Muslim. [34] Further-more, Jews face obstacles in bringing civil suits to trial, are barred from high-level government posts, and are faced with insuperable delays in service delivery. Iranian courts refuse to accept testimony from Jews and, unsurprisingly, murderers of Jews have never been brought to justice. [35]
Parallels have been drawn between the state of Iranian Jewry and the state of German Jewry in the 1930s. [36] The Jewish population’s decline in Iran strongly reflects the new anti-Semitic fervor stirred up by the Revolution. [37] The Jewish population is estimated to have declined from 150,000 at mid-century to 30,000 in the decades following the Revolution. Current estimates range from as low as 10,000 to as high as 35-40,000. Both the U.S. and Israel have recognized the dangerous state of Jewish life in Iran. Immediately following the Revolution, the Iranian government confiscated all Jewish passports and would not allow more than one member of a Jewish family to travel abroad. [38] Although these laws no longer exist, the regime keeps a close watch on the Jewish community, their travels, and their ex-tended family, especially in the U.S. and Israel.
After the Revolution, Iran severed all relations with Israel and de-clared Israel an enemy of Islam. Iranian Jews learned the hard way to renounce any connection to Israel or Zionism in public. [39] “You can be Jewish and not associate yourself with Israel,” says Sarah Hay, a 21-year old computer engineer student from Tehran. [40] Jews are unable to telephone or send mail to relatives in Israel, let alone visit. Jews who have corresponded with family in Israel have been executed or jailed for “spying for Israel.” [41] In 1999, 11 Jews were convicted on this charge. One boy was only thirteen years old. “Virtually every Iranian Jew has relatives in Israel. To regard normal family connections of Jews with Israel a crime makes a mockery of pledges in the Islamic Republic constitution that Jews will be accorded full rights as a recognized religious minority,” another Iranian woman says. [42] In March 2006, fifteen Iranian Jewish folk dancers visited Russia. When the Russian Jewish community brought out a cake decorated with the Israeli flag to celebrate the occasion, the Iranian Jews would only eat from the section of the cake that did not bear the Israeli flag. [43] Even abroad, they feared the possible repression of their government. As Haroon Yashaie states, “supporting Israel is absolutely out of the question.” [44]
The Jewish community, once the most affluent in Iran, now consists mostly of people who are too old or too poor to leave. [45] Given the potential repercussions of speaking out against the Islamic regime, the substance of interviews with Iranian Jews must be viewed skeptically.
 mfrotyl
Joined: 8/27/2007
Msg: 26 (view)
 
ethanol's dirty little secret
Posted: 5/4/2008 11:40:45 PM
From: http://www.thewomblog.com/?p=1405



Anyone who has made a trip to the grocery store recently has noticed a significant increase in food prices — especially meat, dairy and corn products. These increases are caused in significant part by our misguided energy policy. Specifically, our recent obsession with corn-based ethanol (although global demand, Australian draught and dollar inflation are also responsible).

In 2007 Congress — with President Bush’s backing — mandated an immense increase in domestic ethanol use by 700% to 36 billion gallons annually by 2022.

The ethanol mandate is substantially increasing the demand for corn and – like night follows day – increasing its price. Corn prices have jumped nearly 30% this year alone and is now selling for nearly $6 per bushel.

The increased demand for corn is having a ripple effect across the economy and environment. Livestock is fed with corn. Consequently, the cost of beef, pork, poultry and dairy products has increased. And anyone with kids can tell you that cereal prices are also rising dramatically.

In addition, acreage previously devoted to other crops — such as wheat and soy beans — have been converted to corn production. This has caused the price of wheat and soy beans (and their derivatives) to also spike.

While corn growers are reaping record profits, U.S. consumers can expect even higher grocery bills - especially for meat and pork - as livestock producers are forced to pass on higher animal feed costs and thin their herd size.

“Higher corn prices is going to affect meat prices. If you’re feeding with $6 corn, you’ll definitely have some (cost) pressure,” Kub said.

In addition, corn and corn syrup are used in an array of products, meaning the price of everything from candy to soft drinks will eventually go up, analysts say. It’s the latest dose of bad news for U.S. consumers, who are already struggling with higher food costs from record increases in the price of wheat, soybeans and other agriculture products.

Naturally, food prices are rising in the United States and across the globe:

We drive, they starve. The mass diversion of the North American grain harvest into ethanol plants for fuel is reaching its political and moral limits.

“The reality is that people are dying already,” said Jacques Diouf, of the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). “Naturally people won’t be sitting dying of starvation, they will react,” he said.

The UN says it takes 232kg of corn to fill a 50-litre car tank with ethanol. That is enough to feed a child for a year. Last week, the UN predicted “massacres” unless the biofuel policy is halted. . .

The world food situation is very serious: we have seen riots in Egypt, Cameroon, Haiti and Burkina Faso,” said Mr Diouf. “There is a risk that this unrest will spread in countries where 50pc to 60pc of income goes to food,” he said.

Haiti’s government fell over the weekend following rice and bean riots. Five died.

The global food bill has risen 57pc in the last year. Soaring freight rates make it worse. The cost of food “on the table” has jumped by 74pc in poor countries that rely on imports, according to the FAO.

There are also environmental consequences to the questionable use of corn to make ethanol. Fallow land — including forest and scrub land — is now being plowed under to plant corn. Anectdotally, I have heard reports of farmers knocking on doors and asking owners of wooded and scrub land for permission to plow.

All of that new farmland also needs to be fertilized. Excess nitrogen from the fertilizers then runs off into local rivers and streams. Many fertilizers and pesticides are produced using petroleum — thereby increasing the demand for and price of oil.

These new corn fields also require increased irrigation:

Ethanol plants consume roughly four gallons of water to produce each gallon of fuel, but that’s only a fraction of ethanol’s total water habit. Cornell ecology professor David Pimentel says that when you count the water needed to grow the corn, one gallon of ethanol requires a staggering 1,700 gallons of H2O.

Even environmentalists are questioning the value of ethanol as a substitute fuel:

Environmentalists complained about increased use of water and fertilizer to grow corn for ethanol, and said even ethanol from other plants such as switchgrass could be problematic because it could mean turning protected land to crop use. Suddenly, environmentalists, energy experts, economists and foreign countries were challenging the warm-and-fuzzy selling points on which ethanol rose to prominence.

“Our love affair with ethanol has finally ended because we’ve taken off the makeup and realized that, lo and behold, it’s actually a fuel,” with environmental and various other drawbacks, says Kevin Book, an analyst at Friedman, Billings, Ramsey Group Inc.

I am all for the development of alternative fuels (although not because of the mass hysteria otherwise known as “Global Warming”), but causing massive inflation and starvation in the Third World by burning food for fuel does not seem like a wise choice. Rather, we should let the free market determine which alternative fuels are most promising and most efficient. In the mean time, we should strive for energy efficiency, increase our exploration and drilling of oil, and refrain from distorting the fuel and food markets with hare-brained government mandates.
 mfrotyl
Joined: 8/27/2007
Msg: 174 (view)
 
FREE Federalized Health Care
Posted: 5/4/2008 11:23:31 PM

I'm Canadian. Our healthcare is "free".
Free healthcare is not the answer- especially for the US... unless what you really want is less doctors, more lineups & an all around inefficient system with fewer advances in modern medicine


See, Universal Healthcare creates more misery. why do socialists want more misery?? Are they afraid of happy people? Everyone gets to have lousy healthcare, oh joy????
 mfrotyl
Joined: 8/27/2007
Msg: 72 (view)
 
Iran gets Obama's okay to destroy Israel
Posted: 5/4/2008 11:02:50 PM
Obama says he will not practice the cowboy diplomacy of George Bush, that Hiliary is advocating. what that means if Iran wants to Nuke Israel, Obama really does not have a problem with that. Obama is advocating Mass Murder.

So if I was Israel, if Obama becomes President, I would Nuke Iran off the planet, before they could wipe out Israel. So now we got two countries gunning to Nuke each other. Good diplomacy (Sarcasm)




Carter was actually the LAST honest president the US had.

That's right, my friend who is from Iran will tell you that religious minorities have protected status, and that NORMAL Iranians respect religious diversity.


ROFLMAO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Pure Propoganda

So what is the Jewish population of Iran currently and what was it in 1979?? I feel you will find that the jewish population as well as the Christian population of Iran has dropped signicantly. Where did they go???
 mfrotyl
Joined: 8/27/2007
Msg: 23 (view)
 
ethanol's dirty little secret
Posted: 5/3/2008 12:42:27 PM

Ethanol bad for you and your car?" BOOGA,BOOGA,BOOOGA! What kind of fuel was used in top formula racing? A lot of those engines were alcohol fueled


Race cars use Methanal, CH3OH as fuel, which is made from wood and will kill you if you drink it.
Ethanol is taste-bud killing moonshine with a 200 proof kick. Probably kill you too after awhile...LOL


Worried about the Estate Tax.... Hurting farmers....

I like branding of "DEATH TAX" Walmart spent a lot of money coming up with that.... Two of the most fearful words.....Together...

The Marketing person should have been paid Big Bucks....

I heard a couple of the Slogans that were turned down.......

“Poor Pitiful Walton.. Paris Hilton Tax”


Taxes 101 time: Normal people pay the Death tax when they die, that is why family farms have been losing out to corporations since normal middle class people do not have a couple of thousand dollars around to pay the Estate tax.

Meanwhile rich kids, like Teddy Kennedy, Paris Hilton, the Walton kids, etc.. have their money tied up in Trusts, which pay them the interest and they only pay small taxes on the Interest, not the money in the trust.

As far as rich liberals in Congress, Since Sen Heinz died and left his money to his wife, who then married John Kerry, you have to go thru 11 democrats before you get to the richest Republican in Congress. I think Obama is the only Senator besides Sen Feingold (D-WI) who are not millionaires.
 mfrotyl
Joined: 8/27/2007
Msg: 64 (view)
 
Hillary Threatens to Obliterate Iran
Posted: 5/3/2008 12:08:47 PM
I'm a big Hillary fan, but I believe her response to this one was another "mistake". Trust me, I've been along on some of the campaign trails and it's extremely tiring. Hence, Barack and his "bitter gunclinging Pennsylvanians" and Hillary's "sniper fire" comments. She should have said something like, "I hope to use US Intelligence as well as my diplomatic skills, those of my administration and the civilized world at large to assure something as horrifying as that is never a consideration by Iran or any other country toward any neighbor." Some questions are best deflected at this stage !!..


If Hiliary and Obama are "tired" of the campaign trail, what about 4 years in one of the most demanding jobs in the world. If they are not up to it, they should quit. Also if they are making mistakes now and living in altered realities, may be the world would be better off if they were not in charge.

Iran's stated goal is the destruction of Israel and the West. The islamofascists battle cry is "First Saturday, than Sunday" which means get rid of the jews first, then get rid of the christians.


Some questions are best deflected at this stage !!..


So the candidates should not reveal their true intentions??? Sounds like the people should not know what utter idiots the Democrats have as candidates. Sounds like what happened when Jimmy Carter took over and almost destroyed America.
 mfrotyl
Joined: 8/27/2007
Msg: 6 (view)
 
barbara walters admits to having had an affair with a married congressman
Posted: 5/2/2008 9:36:18 PM
only one?

when you have no morals like barbara walters, i figured she probably did half of congress. This is not shocking, it is not even news. why did she even announce this? No one looks at barbara walters as a sex figure anyways
 mfrotyl
Joined: 8/27/2007
Msg: 27 (view)
 
Iran as bad as Bin Laden - killing US troops
Posted: 5/2/2008 9:30:40 PM
Thanks to the history of the area, you have a built in group of people who have close ties to Iran. The area is critical, in both a military and political sense.

And again , Iran has helped try to quell the violence.




A sadistic dog owner (IRAN) tells his pit bull(Al-Sadr's militia) to attack. When a policeman (Coalition Forces) sees the attack, the owner pulls on the leash, bringing the pit bull back and says I am trying to keep the peace. Pure Propoganda! When the policeman leaves, the owner once again tells the pit bull to attack.

"If you tell a lie long enough it becomes the truth." Joseph Goebbels, Nazi Minister of Propoganda
 mfrotyl
Joined: 8/27/2007
Msg: 25 (view)
 
Iran as bad as Bin Laden - killing US troops
Posted: 5/2/2008 8:55:46 PM

WOW! Some people do have issues!

Here's a tip, try getting your facts straight before posting in here. Before buying the bullshit coming from the government, do your own research outside the US media. You will be surprise on how much propaganda is fed within North America


EFP's made in IRAN
Mortar shells made in IRAN
explosives made in IRAN
122mm rockets made in IRAN
Madr's Militia trained in IRAN
other Shia Milita's trained in IRAN
IRANIAN soldiers (QUDS FORCE) captured in Iraq

You draw this little line and guess what, it leads to IRAN
 
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