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Re: [in] Re: Will a vote for John Kerry be counted by a Hart InterCivic eSlate3000 in Honolulu?
From: Barry Fitzgerald <bkfsec () sdf lonestar org>
Date: Fri, 22 Oct 2004 11:14:20 -0400
And what was it that Bush lied to you personally about? or lied to the
American People about? WMD's in Iraq? Just because we haven't found many of
them (YES we have found some, BTW), doesn't mean they didn't exist....
Like life on Mars, just because we haven't seem little green men yet,
doesn't mean they don't exist.
Donald Rumsfeld: "We know where they are. They're in the area around
Tikrit and Baghdad. We know exactly where they are."
How about Colin Powell using biological warfare agent figures from 1991,
claiming to the UN that Hussein had the exact same figures, when he
later admitted that he knew that those levels had been destroyed?
How about the Nigerian yellowcake incident?
Do I need to go on with the lies or is enlightenment finding you now?
Britain has WMDs. So does Israel. So does Pakistan. Is having WMDs a
justification for invasion? How about intent? How far do we have to
justify their intent? Are these questions that you'll actually think
about and answer? Probably not.
When Clinton lied, no one died. What did happen, though, is that
congress spent millions of dollars investigating Clinton's zipper and
took FBI agents off of Al Quaeda. Thank you republican Senate.
Did you vote for Clinton? Now HE out right lied to the American people,
UNDER OATH no less.... Kerry has also lied, out and out.... the first lie
that comes to mind is the thought that he threw his medals over the fence
after Viet-nam, he still has HIS medals. He's trying to say that he "threw
medals" not that he "threw HIS medals". Oh and what's that, first he was
for the war that he served in, then against, and now all of a sudden he's
running for president and he's for it again. iraq the same way, he's
against it, he's for it, he's against it... he's a friggin revolving door.
Oh, and Bush is such a solid leader... he never flip flops...
Unless you're talking about gay marriage (states rights... no wait, it's
a federal thing), the war on terror (it can be won; it can't be won; it
can be won), the economy (the president influences the economy -
therefore Clinton did this, the president has nothing to do with it -
not Bush's fault), etc...etc...etc...
Yeah, thank the heavens that Bush isn't a flip flopper on anything...
well, except for everything, that is.
Full-Disclosure - We believe in it.
Re: Will a vote for John Kerry be counted by a Hart InterCivic eSlate3000 in Honolulu? Paul J. Morris (Oct 22)
Re: Will a vote for John Kerry be counted by a Hart InterCivic eSlate3000 in Honolulu? Person (Oct 21)
Re: Will a vote for John Kerry be counted by a Hart InterCivic eSlate3000 in Honolulu? Barry Fitzgerald (Oct 22)
RE: Will a vote for John Kerry be counted by a Hart InterCivic eSlate3000 in Honolulu? Nathan McGuirt (Oct 21)
RE: Will a vote for John Kerry be counted by a Hart InterCivic eSlate3000 in Honolulu? Todd Towles (Oct 21)