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  • Chiefy_Brown
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    Have you ever had a situation where a member of the public comes into your station

    "some ppl are after me, they're bad ppl and they are going to murder me or do something REAL bad to me I know it"

    "sure you know it, how ?"

    "well I just do, they're real upset with me and they are badasses man, they have convictions for murder and have gone to court for firearms offences what more do you need ?"
    "what more do we need? a whole lot more mister"
    "so you're saying once I'm murdered or beaten to pulp THEN you can act ?"
    "well it would make it whole lot easier for us SURE"
    I see a parallel here

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  • JohnKelly
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    quote:
    Originally posted by Watchman:
    Not so, Frank. You have the Australians on your side, and the we can fight in any weather.

    Thats great John and I for one appreciate that fact. I would fight with an Aussie anyday.

    How many do you think they'll send ?

    10 ? 15 Maybe ?

    10 to 15!!! - you want that many!! [Eek!] - sorry, no can do. We need to provide for our own Homeland Security and there is a possibility that we could be called on to defend the New Zealanders. [Wink]

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  • retired
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    Bill,

    quote:
    Originally posted by Bill R:
    quote:
    Originally posted by retired:
    Bill,

    I agree we should withdraw from the UN, but Bush is using the UN resolution to bomb Iraq everyday, and grounds for his obssession he has for an all out attack on them.

    Perhaps he is a hypocrite? [Wink]

    To an extent yes. Iraq has violated the terms of their surrender. Iraq has supported terrorists. If President Bush thinks attacking Iraq is in Americas best interest we should just do it on our own. The gloabalist crap from his father (Bush)trying to appease the coalition is why Sadam is still breathing.
    Just about every country in the Mideast supports or has supported terrorists. India and Pakistan both have WMD, as does North Korea and China. Iraq is a 4th rate country that can't in all reality attack us. Bush, (whom I voted for and supported) is obssessed with Iraq because it is keeping his popularity up. I as a conservative republican will not vote for him again, and in fact do what I can to help defeat him.

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  • Bill R
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    quote:
    Originally posted by retired:
    Bill,

    I agree we should withdraw from the UN, but Bush is using the UN resolution to bomb Iraq everyday, and grounds for his obssession he has for an all out attack on them.

    Perhaps he is a hypocrite? [Wink]

    To an extent yes. Iraq has violated the terms of their surrender. Iraq has supported terrorists. If President Bush thinks attacking Iraq is in Americas best interest we should just do it on our own. The gloabalist crap from his father (Bush)trying to appease the coalition is why Sadam is still breathing.

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  • BrickCop
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    IMO, I'd rather see the MILLIONS of dollars being spent everyday (on Irag) going toward hitting the Al-Qaeda.

    WTF is Bush's obsession with them now? Irag did try to kill Bush Sr. with a car bomb but I don't think W is seeking revenge.

    From an imminent threat perspective, we have more dangerous fish to fry, unless Iraq has a link to 9/11.

    All the military resources being devoted to Irag should be used in Pakistan, Afghanistan or WHEREVER we think OBL and key Al-Q personnel may be. Hussein is a piece of ****, but HE did not attack us, he invaded Kuwait 10+ years ago- got his *** kicked and has been relatively quiet for the past 10+ years.

    I consider myself a conservative Republican when it comes to foreign policy but Bush has so far, not made his case with me. I hope he knows something more about Irag than he is saying but I'm not so sure he does.

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  • Watchman
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    Not so, Frank. You have the Australians on your side, and the we can fight in any weather.

    Thats great John and I for one appreciate that fact. I would fight with an Aussie anyday.

    How many do you think they'll send ?

    10 ? 15 Maybe ?

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  • JohnKelly
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    quote:
    Originally posted by Frank Booth:
    It's kind of tough to fight a war in the desert during the warm months. Maybe the president is using the inspections to buy time so the troops don't have to sweat it out as much in their chemical suits until January or February when the weather is more conducive to fighting.

    Not so, Frank. You have the Australians on your side, and the we can fight in any weather.

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    [ 04-04-2003, 08:44 PM: Message edited by: Frank Booth ]

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  • retired
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    Jrt,

    quote:
    Originally posted by JRT6:
    Anyone who believes that Iraq is going to let UN inspectors anywhere near the weapons of mass destruction has their head up their butt.

    I just found out where my head is, thanks!

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  • JRT6
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    Anyone who believes that Iraq is going to let UN inspectors anywhere near the weapons of mass destruction has their head up their butt.

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  • retired
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    Bill,

    quote:
    Originally posted by Bill R:
    quote:
    Originally posted by retired:
    Mike,

    Do you have information the rest of don't, that the inspectors are going to bury their heads in the sand??

    First they would have to remove their heads from someplace else.
    The UN couldn't poor urine out of a boot with the directions written upside down on the heel. Heads in the sand or not, the UN is useless. Even if they were effective, their agenda is very far from what is best for America. The US should withdraw from the UN.

    I agree we should withdraw from the UN, but Bush is using the UN resolution to bomb Iraq everyday, and grounds for his obssession he has for an all out attack on them.

    Perhaps he is a hypocrite? [Wink]

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  • Bill R
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    quote:
    Originally posted by retired:
    Mike,

    Do you have information the rest of don't, that the inspectors are going to bury their heads in the sand??

    First they would have to remove their heads from someplace else.
    The UN couldn't poor urine out of a boot with the directions written upside down on the heel. Heads in the sand or not, the UN is useless. Even if they were effective, their agenda is very far from what is best for America. The US should withdraw from the UN.

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  • Mike Tx
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    IT's classified.

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  • retired
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    Mike,

    quote:
    Originally posted by Mike Tx:
    C'mon folks, lighten up! They've barely had time to unpack their gear and bury their heads in the sand.

    Do you have information the rest of don't, that the inspectors are going to bury their heads in the sand??

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  • shooter1201
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    Did you guys see the bit about 'US agents' arriving within hours of 'the list' reaching UN headquarters....and taking it? Supposedly, this was THE ONLY 'list' of weapons Iraq claims to have/had. Seems we aren't the only ones distrustful of the UN.

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