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1 posted on 10/07/2004 11:19:11 PM PDT by kattracks
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To: kattracks

Speaking of the coalition of the bribed and coerced.


2 posted on 10/07/2004 11:23:06 PM PDT by Texas Eagle (Please don't put me on your ping list just because I replied to one of your posts. Thank you.)
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To: kattracks

That ought to be a Bush attack line Friday night. Along with 'My opponents proposed foreign policy doctorine is already a failure. France and Germany have already refused his invitation to a 'Grand Diversion''


4 posted on 10/07/2004 11:50:08 PM PDT by madison46 (Give IRAN nuke fuel?? Your nutz)
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To: kattracks

Unbelievable! Saddam could bribe a lot of people with 11 billion dollars, including several of the weapons inspectors. Scott Ritter for example.


5 posted on 10/07/2004 11:57:28 PM PDT by Mogollon
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To: kattracks
In the 1st debate sKerry stated he would have built a better coalition for the Iraq mission by bribing them:

Kerry: "What do you need, what do you need now, how much more will it take to get you to join us? we'd be in a stronger place today."

6 posted on 10/08/2004 12:30:17 AM PDT by There's millions of'em (Please give the mic to Terayza...)
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To: kattracks
When this is brought up tonight, Bush should state:

I'm forced to wonder whether my opponent's stated positions are formulated because they're what's right for the United States or whether he's pandering to the anti-war crowd merely to get elected.

9 posted on 10/08/2004 4:35:12 AM PDT by Real Cynic No More ( Kerry is the Hanoi candidate)
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