Skip to comments.Osama and Saddam Worked Together for Years
Posted on 01/25/2005 5:55:38 AM PST by Peach
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You are more than welcome, Diana.
I'd dearly love to see the Republicans have a prime time news conference to detail her lies about this matter.
Families with kids serving in Iraq need to know the truth...not the spin the MSM and people like Boxer put on this matter.
Life is GOOD!
(How about you?)
Just relieved the election is over :-)
Thanks for all your excellent work in Ohio; your reporting on what was happening there kept us sane!
Who needs a presser when there's the internet?
Note to Pubbies: Hint....hint...
Excellent collection of links.
WOW and thanks, Peach. This is a keeper.
I knew she voted no, Enterprise. No problem.
What is a problem (for her) is that she insinuated in last week's confirmation hearing that the resolution to go to war was strictly on the basis of WMD.
The links to the resolution were posted on FR and we could ALL see that freedom to the Iraqi people and Saddam's support for terrorists was mentioned.
Well, thanks for soothing that over. Without looking, I believed she had voted for it. It was Kerry who voted for it, not Boxer. I often get them confused.
LOL. They are indeed birds of a feather.
You are a GREAT American Freeper!
LOL! Free Republic makes it easy. Thanks, Ann.
Great Post !
Boxer and Feinstein are playing a tag-team, the one who is NOT up for re-election spouts the most wacko garbage, while the other swerves back towards center until the elections over.
We have to get rid of both ends of this two-headed snake.
Just for fun, why don't you send your info to the idiotess Boxer. I'm sure she can't really read and comprehend but maybe someone in her office can.
Someone did send the list of links to her office last week. I was on the "Live" thread and noticed someone mentioned they had sent it.
The list wasn't in chronological order at that time, there were duplicates and it was a mess.
Also, I doubt that anyone opens an e-mail with links in it these days. I sure don't. Too many viruses.
That's a good point. And they ARE playing a game, as you said.
I believe that this election was one of the most important things I've been a part of in my life.
I knew things were better in Ohio than the gloom and doom that was being reported. You could sense it everywhere (60% for Bush in this mixed urban/rural county).
It was so well organized, and the people I worked with in the campaign were just top notch people. Just a great experience overall.........and a bit bittersweet now that it's over.
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