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Anti-Sheehan Protest in Louisville
ProtestWarrior HQ ^ | 08/25/2005 | Brandon Johnson

Posted on 08/26/2005 2:20:36 PM PDT by pwkentucky

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Leo Weekly - Counter Counter Inaugural Coverage
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ACTION ALERT:
The local socialist flag-burning freedom hating far left extreme anti-semitic anti-American anti-democracy anti-soldier pro-terrorist waffleheads at www.louisvillepeace.org

are gathering to worship their newest retard liberal god, Cindy Sheehan, this Sunday at the intersection of Bardstown Rd and Eastern Parkway from 7PM to 8PM. Our plans will be to arrive at 6:30 to disturb their gathering, provoke them into exposing their true extremist agenda, and steal media from them.

-- Watch your email for details of this upcoming operation.

 

FIRST TIMERS – THIS IS A GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR A FIRST PROTEST.

INVITE FRIENDS, FAMILY AND NEIGHBORS. BRING YOUR OWN SIGNS OR THE STANDARD PRO-AMERICAN SIGNS WILL BE AVAILABLE.

 

Bring your ideas and slogans for new signs, bring some attitude, and bring a friend.

 

**** Please contact

Brandon to RSVP.

Welcome our newest members by showing up and extending a warm conservative welcome.

 



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1 posted on 08/26/2005 2:20:37 PM PDT by pwkentucky
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To: pwkentucky
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You go PW, DEMAND to be heard.

2 posted on 08/26/2005 2:39:23 PM PDT by Mister Baredog ((Minuteman at heart, couch potato in reality))
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To: pwkentucky; RonPaulLives; SLB

ping!

bump!


3 posted on 08/26/2005 4:09:20 PM PDT by burrian
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To: Just Kimberly; Knuckrider; MBohman; republicanbob1; jcwky; aCDNinUSA; borntobeagle; cooldown3; ...

Big Time Kentucky Bump.


4 posted on 08/26/2005 4:27:35 PM PDT by SLB ("We must lay before Him what is in us, not what ought to be in us." C. S. Lewis)
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To: pwkentucky; CourtneyLeigh; RonPaulLives; BlueOneGolf; Capitalism2003; skinkinthegrass; ...

Kentucky Freepers, please assist our Protest Warrior comrades!!


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5 posted on 08/26/2005 5:32:52 PM PDT by Mr. Silverback (I don't want any free Mumia. It's stringy and tough to digest.)
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Indiana Freepers, scramble for intercept!


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6 posted on 08/26/2005 5:34:56 PM PDT by Mr. Silverback (I don't want any free Mumia. It's stringy and tough to digest.)
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To: pwkentucky; SheWolf

thanks, PW


7 posted on 08/26/2005 6:42:37 PM PDT by skinkinthegrass (Just because you're paranoid, doesn't mean they aren't out to get you :^)
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To: skinkinthegrass

Thanks for your support, if any of you can make it please contact me pwkentucky@gmail.com . Please post at any blogs or other hotspots, inform others in your area.

It only takes 3 or 4 of us to have a successful mission by inciting the leftists to shed their fake peace faces and bring out their true extremist agendas.

Brandon


8 posted on 08/26/2005 7:31:15 PM PDT by pwkentucky
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To: pwkentucky
I take it Ms Sheehan, a woman who dispises our military so much she is willing to use her son, who loved and supported our military, making the ultimate sacrifice for all of us, to spread her hatred....will NOT be there.

How large is this traitorous group that will be supporting this sick woman?

9 posted on 08/26/2005 8:15:43 PM PDT by Republic
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BLUEGRASS PING
10 posted on 08/27/2005 6:29:37 AM PDT by RonPaulLives (Never trust anything ending in "u." For example, "DU," "EU," "I love you")
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To: pwkentucky

Peace pwkentucky,

I'd love to join your protest, but I'm currently busy until October with the sun, sand, and fun here in the Al Anbar province of Iraq. Give 'em hell for Me!


James R. McClure Jr., CM2
NMCB 24


11 posted on 08/27/2005 9:06:47 AM PDT by James R. McClure Jr.
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To: pwkentucky

Knock 'em dead PW's! Looking forward to lots of pics on your site, and hopefully some good media coverage as well.
I hope Anti- Shee-man protests grow right across the country.


12 posted on 08/27/2005 10:17:10 AM PDT by Nathan Zachary
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To: James R. McClure Jr.; SLB; the irate magistrate; Lurker; Grampa Dave
God bless you brother...and God's speed there.

We all owe you a debt of gratitude we can only repay by supporting you and standing up to the virulent anti-American crowd here who is trying to undercut you.

It shall not happen on our watch...rest assured, we have your back here stateside.

13 posted on 08/27/2005 2:50:02 PM PDT by Jeff Head (www.dragonsfuryseries.com)
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To: RonPaulLives; pwkentucky; the irate magistrate; Lurker; Grampa Dave; Jeff Head; Squantos
I have to run a daughter to Cincinnati tomorrow afternoon. I will be coming back through Louisville around 6:30 or 7:00 and plan on dropping in. Look for a tall guy with a beard driving a White Suburban with Vietnam Veteran vanity plates from Kentucky on it.
14 posted on 08/27/2005 5:13:16 PM PDT by SLB ("We must lay before Him what is in us, not what ought to be in us." C. S. Lewis)
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To: SLB

I will look for you. Look for a 21 year old guy with spiked hair wearing a shirt with a bomb with a lit fuse on it that says "Islam is a blast".

Everyone, thanks for your kind words, any one who can PLEASE come out and support us in person.

Godspeed.

Brandon
ProtestWarrior Kentucky


15 posted on 08/27/2005 5:27:24 PM PDT by pwkentucky
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To: SLB; Jeff Head
May I suggest ya run down to Kinkos to make a poster of the Pinkos singin their new Bull Sheehadi Solo ?


16 posted on 08/27/2005 5:43:06 PM PDT by Squantos (Be polite. Be professional. But, have a plan to kill everyone you meet. )
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To: James R. McClure Jr.

Hi James! Hey, thank you so much for your service to protect our country and preserve our freedom. We are fighting in great numbers here for you guys!! (and growing) Tonight is the big rally in Crawford, TX. As a freeper, you know all this right now.

I just signed up with Protest Warrior and live near the East Bay so I am looking forward to participating in ther events and really pissing off the Left! And I am and will continue to give 'em hell for you!

Beth Barnat
Winters, CA


17 posted on 08/27/2005 5:47:34 PM PDT by bethtopaz (Rush Limbaugh In The Morning: Life Is Short - Enjoy Dessert First!)
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To: Squantos

Naw, that is why HP developed ink jets that take 14X22 paper. It is spooling up now. Not a huge size, but without a Kinkos in the area it will suffice.


18 posted on 08/27/2005 5:47:40 PM PDT by SLB ("We must lay before Him what is in us, not what ought to be in us." C. S. Lewis)
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To: Nathan Zachary

It is -- I joined the "You Don't Speak For Me, Cindy" Caravan at its first stop in Vacaville, CA and then followed it to Sacramento. Wish I could be there! There's a second American Revolution!


19 posted on 08/27/2005 5:49:09 PM PDT by bethtopaz (Rush Limbaugh In The Morning: Life Is Short - Enjoy Dessert First!)
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To: Republic

We are assuming she will not be here. This group (Louisivlle Peace Action Committee) usually has 20-40 show up when they protest. We're usually lucky to get six of our folks to show up -- sure can use all the help we can get from our fellow Freepers!


20 posted on 08/27/2005 9:17:22 PM PDT by SheWolf (Peace isn't pretty and freedom isn't free.)
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To: James R. McClure Jr.

Thanks for your service, James. I admire each and every one of you serving our country. Tried to enlist but they won't take old ladies with poor eyesight! ;) You bet we'll give 'em hell for you, Chief! You should see how steamed they get when they see us. It's PRICELESS! Don't worry; we've both your back here, bro.

Stay safe, kick some terrorist a** and get home safely!
Dawn


21 posted on 08/27/2005 9:21:54 PM PDT by SheWolf (Peace isn't pretty and freedom isn't free.)
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To: pwkentucky
Bring your ideas

Well, I can't attend, but my idea would be to print up flyers to hand out based on stuff like this:

WHY IRAQ?
____________
First of all, Iraqi's Saddam Hussein was a dictator who attempted to have a former President of the U.S. assassinated.  Those facts alone are grounds enough to retaliate.  Second of all, Iraqi intelligence operative Ramzi Yousef was eventually found to be involved in the first bombing of the World Trade Center in 1993, despite the extreme measures Iraq took to hide its involvement.  Grounds enough again. 
In October of 1998, during the Clinton administration, the U.S. Senate passed The Iraq Liberation Act, making it the official policy of the U.S. government to seek regime change in Iraq. The vote was unanimous, including every Democrat in the Senate, even Ted Kennedy.
On 9/11 it was logical to suspect, and even assume, that Iraq was involved in this second World Trade Center attack also.  A lot of assuming had to be done since the CIA's Operations Directorate had largely been destroyed by Sen. Frank Church and the Carter administration in the 1970s, and our intelligence capabilities were even further crippled by the Clinton administration in the 1990s (Still, ignorant and politically-motivated people blame the Bush administration for the intelligence failures even though it had only been in office 8 months prior to 9/11).  Besides, there were plenty of other threats from Iraq and from the region in general to counter and defuse anyway.  In fact there are several pro-active strategic reasons for the U.S. to take up military positions in Iraq, only one of which is the extremely delicate task of stopping the flow of middle east oil money, even from Saudi Arabia, to international terrorists and terrorist recruiters and trainers (hopefully to be achieved more by intimidation than by actual additional military action) -- without massive disruptions to the American economy.
Even though the 9-11 Commission was badly compromised by the presence of "wall" builder Jamie Gorelick on it, its report did, at least, document some of the links and contacts Saddam had with terrorists, including Al Qaeda, as John Gibson summarizes here.

"The burden of proof was on Saddam, not the United States.  George Bush did not have the burden of proving that Saddam had WMDs.  Saddam Hussein had the burden of proving he didn’t have them.  Saddam failed to meet the burden of proof .. and paid the price."-- Neal Boortz.
Remember the SIX MONTHS it took for the U.S. to get a UN go-ahead for Gulf War Part II?   Do you really think Saddam didn't use them to hide WMD's?  Wanna buy a bridge?

Saddam's WMD's are in Syria:  See: "David Kay, the recently resigned head of an American WMD search team in Iraq, confirmed that part of Saddam's weapons was hidden in Syria, Britain's Sunday Telegraph reported on Jan. 25, 2004.  Kay said he had uncovered conclusive evidence shortly before last year's U.S. invasion." HERE
WMDs  Smuggled  to  3  Sites  in  Syria
David Kay says he has evidence of such

Iraqi Missile Parts Found in Holland
The Fedayeen - al Qaeda Connection
WMD materials removed from 109 sites
Czech records indicate Atta met with Iraqi official
Ex-Iraqi intelligence officer ties Saddam to al-Qaida ally
Saddam's stockpiles of
WMD raw materialsHAVE been found
UNMOVIC inspectors: Saddam Shipped Out WMDs
New evidence: Saddam's WMD in Lebanon
Saddam had WMD on 'short notice'


The OTHER "Downing Street Memo" of July 2002 (which NEGATES the first one)
See excerpts from The Secret History of the Iraq War HERE
Jordanians say they stopped a major Al-Qaeda attack WITH WMDs mounted from Syria: See THIS, THIS, THIS, THIS and: THIS

"So, after the fall of Afghanistan at the end of 2001, Zarqawi and other al Qaeda veterans made their way to Iraq, where, secure under the wing of Saddam Hussein, they plotted chemical weapons attacks on countries friendly to the U.S., as well as the murder (successfully carried out) of an American diplomat. And yet, to this day it remains an article of faith on the left that Saddam's Iraq was a kite-flyer's paradise with no connection to international terrorism, no relations with al Qaeda, and, of course, no chemical weapons. Maybe the current trial will reveal where the chemicals assembled for the attack on Jordan came from; maybe it won't. But we don't need any new information to understand that Saddam's regime protected and supported the deadliest of al Qaeda's terrorists." -- John Hinderaker, HERE
See: "IRAQ'S  COMPLICITY  IN  TERRORISM" HERE
Czech records indicate Atta met with Iraqi official
9 Iraqi scientists murdered
Al Qaeda videos found in Iraq weapons raid
Al Qaeda-financed WMD factory used peculiar Iraqi bio-weapons formula
al-Tikriti memo details uranium shipment, Atta's Iraq training
Bad Samarratans - caught between Iraq and a hard place
Iraqi paper says Fedayeen supervised Al Qaeda training
The Al Qaeda - Saddam link is documented here
K
uwait foils smuggling of 
bio warheads  from Iraq
Danes think they might have found chemical weapons
FOUND: a Saddam-Al Qaeda "Smoking Gun"
"The evidence [of Saddam's moving his WMD to Syria from August to December of 2002 and his collaboration with Al Qaeda] is overwhelming." -- Yossef Bodansky, Director, Congressional Task Force on Terrorism and author, The Secret History of the Iraq War
But the main reason for taking a position in Iraq is to start neutralizing Iran, Syria & especially, Saudi Arabia, IMCO.

Kay HAD Syrian WMD Maps|||||Russia Hid Iraq's WMDs
"Saddam ... maintained secretive weapons programs throughout the 1990s and indeed right up until the day of the invasion, and that he was only waiting for the international community to lose interest or stamina so that he could resume his programs unfettered. This is the well-documented, unrefuted -- and unnoticed -- conclusion of both [chief inspectors] David Kay and Charles Duelfer." -- Robert Kagan, Washington Post, June 19, 2005
"Duelfer also reported that Saddam asked subordinates how long it would take to develop chemical weapons once sanctions ended. One Iraqi chemical weapons expert said it would require only a few days to develop mustard gas." -- Michael Barone, HERE
Canadian Reporter Finds Saddam-bin Laden Link
Saddam Possessed WMDs, Had Many Terror Ties


Screw the UN
What G.W. should have said about why we attacked Iraq

I would have been much happier if G.W. had the intellectual clarity and moral courage to have told the American people after 9-11: 
 

     "I will ask Congress for either an overt declaration of war, or at least a tacit one through the approval of its funding, not only on the stateless terrorists who perpetrated this heinous act, but on all nations who harbor and/or help them, the worst among these including Syria, Iran, Libya, and Saudi Arabia. No country should be allowed to get away with any such thing ever again.  We should not attack those countries right now for various strategic, tactical and economic reasons.   But what we can do is scare the living crap out of them by showing we're not just going to lob a few cruise missiles somewhere and go home. What we can and must do is to pick an illegitmate government -- any rigidly totalitarian government other than Afghanistan's -- somewhere in their neighborhood and effect a complete and total demonstration of what will happen to THEM if they don't cooperate fully in tracking down and stopping these terrorists once and for all.  Iraq not only fills that bill, but it just so happens to be one whose leader has attempted to assassinate an American ex-president, and one for which the Congress has already passed a law, The Iraq Libertation Act of 1998. 
     "Finally, if any government anywhere STILL sponsors, nurtures or harbors terrorists which endanger the United States, or combines weapons of mass destruction with any barbaric or insane ideology, we will stop at nothing to bring that government and that threat to a complete and permanent end."

As the Wall Street Journal editorialized, "The more we show we're serious about challenging states that harbor terrorists the more Pakistan and other nations are likely to cooperate with Washington in tracking down and turning over the terrorists." And indeed they have.

As bad as the U.S. has gotten over the years, becoming more and more twisted by a government of the politicians, by the politicians, and for the politicians, it is still blindingly obvious that it's a lot more humane and civilized than anything those Muslim fundamentalists or Baathist control freaks can even think about, let alone have to offer. If anyone's pacifism has its roots in, or amounts to, beliefs that "all cultures are equal," they hold their views as blind idealogues, not far-sighted defenders of liberty.

If anyone still doubts that I believe any legitimate country has the right to do any damn thing to any illegitimate country any damn time it needs to, I would refer him to this: "Just as an individual must act unapologetically to preserve his life, so must America.  America must proudly proclaim its right and intention to protect its citizens, their liberty and their property. It must meet any threat with retaliation that pre-empts loss of American lives." HERE -- and to this:  "Any doctrine of group activities that does not recognize individual rights is a doctrine of mob rule or legalized lynching... A nation that violates the rights of its own citizens cannot claim any rights whatsoever.  In the issue of rights, as in all moral issues, there can be no double standard." -- Ayn Rand, here
 

THE BUSH DOCTRINE

     "I never regarded WMD as the main reason to go to war. The real reason to go to war was (1) to establish a military and democratic presence in the Arab world (which we've done); (2) to make an example of Saddam to intimidate other Arab leaders (which we've done); and (3) to cut off Saddam as a source of support -- both existing and potential -- for terrorists, which we've also done. The WMD was a nontrivial issue, and required for playing the UN game (which I always regarded as a mistake) but not, to me, the most important issue."
-- Glenn Reynolds, HERE

     "The objective is to scare the hell out of the world, generally, and Islam in particular. By means of a minimal effort at wreaking maximum havoc upon Iraq in a very short span of time, the United States will demonstrate to her enemies and allies alike that she is not only the pre-eminent world power, she is in fact an inconquerable power. The anticipated benefits in the Islamic world will be either an immediate rounding-up of terrorists, or swift regime-changes followed by an immediate rounding-up of terrorists." -- Greg Swann, HERE

     In October of 1998, during the Clinton administration, the U.S.  Senate passed The Iraq Liberation Act, making it the official policy of the U.S. government to seek regime change in Iraq. The vote was unanimous, including every Democrat in the Senate (even Ted Kennedy!).

     "For states that support terror, it is not enough that the consequences be be costly; they must devastating" -- George W. Bush, Dec. 11, 2001



Despite the insistence of various Democrats, butt-covering diplomats  and other vacillators that it had to be due to years of international cooperation in (fruitless) sanctions and diplomacy, Libyan leader Moammar Gaddafi made it clear that he decided to disarm due to our terminating the regime in Iraq, NOT Afghanistan: "I will do whatever the Americans want because I saw what happened in Iraq, and I was afraid," Gaddafi told Italy's Prime Minister Berlusconi here & HERE. Gaddafi urges rogue states: 'Follow my lead!' HERE.
"Any material element or resource which, in order to become of use or value to men, requires the application of human knowledge and effort, should be private property -- by the right of those who apply the knowledge and effort." -- Ayn Rand 

"In other words, letting the Saudis take over our oil companies' oil fields in the '40s and '50s and the Arabs and Persians everywhere else every other time were ENORMOUS mistakes of epic proportions.  They should serve as the greatest demonstration of how mysticism, altruism, cultural agnosticism and moral relativism, which supplied the feeble rationalizations for doing so, are TOTALLY inimical to Western Civilization and its very existence, and why they must be rejected once and for all.  Enabling the paying of billions of dollars in unearned royalties to those who finance, if not actually believe in, primitive barbarism and manifest mysticism is unspeakably evil, nauseating and tantamount to treason taken to the most extreme degree imaginable." -- B.R.
-- all from http://freedomkeys.com/whyiraq.htm

22 posted on 08/27/2005 9:49:27 PM PDT by FreeKeys ("Bush lied" IS A LIE ITSELF!)
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To: FreeKeys

Thanks ....that's a keeper !

Stay safe !


23 posted on 08/27/2005 10:57:15 PM PDT by Squantos (Be polite. Be professional. But, have a plan to kill everyone you meet. )
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To: pwkentucky
I'll try to make it, Sunday...I need to go, to a good freep. :)
24 posted on 08/28/2005 10:37:50 AM PDT by skinkinthegrass (Just because you're paranoid, doesn't mean they aren't out to get you :^)
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To: pwkentucky
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25 posted on 08/28/2005 12:38:37 PM PDT by ATOMIC_PUNK (secus acutulus exspiro ab Acheron bipes actio absol ab Acheron supplico)
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To: pwkentucky; Jeff Head; Squantos

pwkentucky -

Did the FReep go off? We were caught in a rain storm on the BG Parkway just outside of Bardstown for almost an hour so I did not leave Cincinnati until 7:30 this evening and just walked in the door. I heard that L'ville had lots of rain. Did it keep the Cindy lovers in?


26 posted on 08/28/2005 7:06:39 PM PDT by SLB ("We must lay before Him what is in us, not what ought to be in us." C. S. Lewis)
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To: SLB; burrian; SheWolf
Did it keep the Cindy lovers in?

..Nope, They were there, spouting the same lame arguments as always. We (Myself, Burrian & PWs) really (about 10:1) missed you guys. :D

..*hint* maybe next time? *hint* :)

27 posted on 08/28/2005 7:36:28 PM PDT by skinkinthegrass (Just because you're paranoid, doesn't mean they aren't out to get you :^)
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To: skinkinthegrass

Thanks for coming down again, skink. We always can use an extra hand, especially when we face them on their turf.

The Highlands neighborhood where we squared off is the most liberal enclave in Louisville. It is where Hunter Thompson grew up and is infested with aging hippies. Consequently, we got very few honks, but we held our own.

I cracked myself up when I told the lady with the sign that said "Bush supporters have blood on their hands," that it was a good thing it was raining because it was washing the blood off my hands.

I'm glad we show up and counter them, because if nothing else, it genuinely bugs some of them. I love the look of horror on their faces when they figure out we support Bush. Skink was telling one of them that we love dirty air and dirty water and I was saying that we relish senseless killing, and she walked off in amazement, saying that we were scummy and proud of it. Hello, a little sarcasm, you humorless wretch!!!

Oh well, we conservatives have fun with it. We're happy people who enjoy life instead of waddling around with a corncob in it, all clench-jawed and freaked out. Heheh.


28 posted on 08/28/2005 9:02:57 PM PDT by burrian (Cindy Hates America - The Feeling's Mutual)
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To: burrian
She really was Shocked (and Dismayed.), Too. ...and you can bet, she believes everything, the LMSM/Liberals tell her.
..the sun, appears in the west, each morning.
..the Easter Bunnie/Tooth Fairie is real.
..Bubba Klintoon never, ever told a lie, He a "Real Boy Scout", very honest.
..and Hillary Klintoon is the Most Intelligent/Smartest Womyn in the world, too.
:D
29 posted on 08/28/2005 9:27:47 PM PDT by skinkinthegrass (Just because you're paranoid, doesn't mean they aren't out to get you :^)
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To: skinkinthegrass; burrian

Sorry to have missed you guys. We were almost 45 minutes late leaving for Cincinnati and then decided to go the BG Pkwy to US 127, over to I-64 to I-75 so my daughter could drive, she hates to drive I-65 from here to the Gene Snyder. From just outside of E'town on the BG to US 127 we must have averaged 25 mph due to the rain, and we were passing most everyone else.


30 posted on 08/29/2005 2:38:34 AM PDT by SLB ("We must lay before Him what is in us, not what ought to be in us." C. S. Lewis)
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To: SLB
N/P :D
31 posted on 08/29/2005 3:16:42 AM PDT by skinkinthegrass (Just because you're paranoid, doesn't mean they aren't out to get you :^)
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To: burrian
..the Easter Bunnies/Tooth Fairies is are real...GRRR! :P
32 posted on 08/29/2005 3:19:38 AM PDT by skinkinthegrass (Just because you're paranoid, doesn't mean they aren't out to get you :^)
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To: pwkentucky
Anti-Sheehan Protest in Louisville

Yo, didn't you get the memo? Sheehan is irrelevant.

33 posted on 09/02/2005 11:29:35 AM PDT by the invisib1e hand (tagline)
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To: pwkentucky
If anyone is driving through Indiana on the way to the DC Rally on the 24th you might want to pick up what we like to call the SOMOAB (spawn of the mother of all banners). My spouse and I may not be able to attend if I can't get off work that weekend....FReepmail me.


A little hello to the Sheehadis on the steps of the Indiana War museum

After Action Photo Essay of the Indianapolis Pro-US Rally . (more photos of our FReep here)

34 posted on 09/07/2005 12:32:09 PM PDT by Earthdweller (US descendant of French Protestants)
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