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Bush Is Harming U.S. Reputation (Barf Alert)
The Lowell Sun ^ | July 12, 2006 | Susan Clark-Cook, D.Psy, Bentley College

Posted on 07/13/2006 10:53:18 AM PDT by MIchaelTArchangel

Mr. Bush has lied to us about many important issues, he has entered us into a pre-emptive war for the first time in the history of our country, and has no exit strategy. He refuses to accept any responsibility for anything he does, and only appoints friends of his, usually totally unsuited for the job, to high positions in the administration. This alone should be impeachable, and the fact that he believes himself to be above the law has been repeatedly shown as well -- warrantless wiretaps are just one example. Impeach this incompetent man before he does more harm to our country and our standing in the world. DR. SUSAN CLARK-COOK Lowell


TOPICS: Culture/Society; Politics/Elections; US: Massachusetts
KEYWORDS: antibush; collegeprofessor; crackpot; hyphenwoman; leftist
To the Editor, Lowell Sun: Someone should tell Dr. Susan Clark-Cook to take her medications—and then instruct her on who to write a cogent argument. She claims President Bush—whom she disrespects by calling him Mr. Bush—lied to us about many important issues. Yet she fails to mention any evidence that he has lied to us even once. She claims President Bush has entered us into a pre-emptive war for the first time in American history. I would suggest the good doctor read the Constitution of the United States and then remember that Congress authorized force against Iraq in both 1991—which war had not ended as we only entered into a ceasefire which Saddam Hussein violated on a daily basis—and again prior to the current engagement in Iraq. If Dr. Clark-Cook would study American history, she would learn that we went to war several times as preemptive measures. The war against the Barbary Pirates is an example of a preemptive strike against terrorist thugs. President Bush does have an exit strategy. His exit strategy is event driven, not timetable driven. Of course President Bush has appointed his friends to office. Would Dr. Clark-Cook suggest he appoint his enemies to such positions? She also makes the claim that those individuals the president have appointed are “usually totally unsuitable” for the positions to which they have been appointed. Excuse me? “Usually” implies almost always. “Totally unsuitable” implies those individuals possess neither the knowledge nor the skills nor the abilities nor the competencies to perform the jobs to which they have been appointed. Once again Dr. Clark-Cook does not present the names of any individuals whom President Bush appointed who were “totally unsuitable” for the jobs to which they had been appointed. With the exception of FEMA Director Brown I cannot think of one appointee who was “totally unsuitable”. Apparently the United States Senate approved President Bush’s tens of thousands of appointees. (The United States Senate must approve the appointment and the promotion of every military officer President Bush nominates. I am certain the tens of thousands of military officers appointed and promoted by the President are among those the good doctor considers “usually totally unsuit¬able”.) It appears apparent from the comment that “This (the appointment of “friends” who are “usually totally unsuitable” alone should be impeachable…” indicates Dr. Clark-Cook is unfamiliar with the impeachment clause of the U.S. Constitution. While the Constitution does not specify the “crimes” for which a President can be impeached, Article II, Section 4 notes that impeachment is for serious violations. That section reads, “The President, Vice President and all Civil Officers of the United States, shall be removed from Office on Impeachment for and Conviction of, Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors.” I must have been asleep when it became a “high Crimes and Misdemanor” for a President to appoint people whom Dr. Clark-Cook deems “totally unsuitable”. I checked the Constitution and failed to find her name there nor any reference to appointments being cleared with the medical community. Dr. Clark-Cook also makes the charge that President Bush has authorized “warrantless wiretaps” yet provides no evidence that he has done so. I suspect she believes that the data mining being performed by the National Security Agency which does not eavesdrop on the content of calls but which uses the connection information to determine what phones known to be used by terrorists are calling what phone numbers in the United States is a “warrantless wiretap”. The doctor seems to care what others in the world think of the United States. Frankly, I don’t care what the French or Germans think as long as they stand aside while we remove evil men like Saddam Hussein with whom many of the leaders of those countries and many “appointees” at the United Nations were taking kickbacks from the “Oil for Food Program” to look the other way while Saddam Hussein spent billions of dollars on himself while starving the children of his enemies. I also do not care what the Islamofascists think of the United States as long as they fear our military and understand that anyone who attacks this country or supports those who do will suffer the fate of al-Zarqawi. I hope for the sake of her patients that the good doctor has a better grasp of medical knowledge and the ability to apply that knowledge in a more rational manner than she displayed in her recent letter to The Sun.
1 posted on 07/13/2006 10:53:20 AM PDT by MIchaelTArchangel
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To: MIchaelTArchangel

Uh-oh, another elitist with a double-barrelled name!


2 posted on 07/13/2006 10:54:36 AM PDT by RexBeach ("There is no substitute for victory." -Douglas MacArthur)
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To: MIchaelTArchangel
To the Editor, Lowell Sun:

Someone should tell Dr. Susan Clark-Cook to take her medications—and then instruct her on who to write a cogent argument.

She claims President Bush—whom she disrespects by calling him Mr. Bush—lied to us about many important issues. Yet she fails to mention any evidence that he has lied to us even once.

She claims President Bush has entered us into a pre-emptive war for the first time in American history. I would suggest the good doctor read the Constitution of the United States and then remember that Congress authorized force against Iraq in both 1991—which war had not ended as we only entered into a ceasefire which Saddam Hussein violated on a daily basis—and again prior to the current engagement in Iraq. If Dr. Clark-Cook would study American history, she would learn that we went to war several times as preemptive measures. The war against the Barbary Pirates is an example of a preemptive strike against terrorist thugs.

President Bush does have an exit strategy. His exit strategy is event driven, not timetable driven.

Of course President Bush has appointed his friends to office. Would Dr. Clark-Cook suggest he appoint his enemies to such positions? She also makes the claim that those individuals the president have appointed are “usually totally unsuitable” for the positions to which they have been appointed. Excuse me? “Usually” implies almost always. “Totally unsuitable” implies those individuals possess neither the knowledge nor the skills nor the abilities nor the competencies to perform the jobs to which they have been appointed. Once again Dr. Clark-Cook does not present the names of any individuals whom President Bush appointed who were “totally unsuitable” for the jobs to which they had been appointed. With the exception of FEMA Director Brown I cannot think of one appointee who was “totally unsuitable”. Apparently the United States Senate approved President Bush’s tens of thousands of appointees. (The United States Senate must approve the appointment and the promotion of every military officer President Bush nominates. I am certain the tens of thousands of military officers appointed and promoted by the President are among those the good doctor considers “usually totally unsuit¬able”.)

It appears apparent from the comment that “This (the appointment of “friends” who are “usually totally unsuitable” alone should be impeachable…” indicates Dr. Clark-Cook is unfamiliar with the impeachment clause of the U.S. Constitution. While the Constitution does not specify the “crimes” for which a President can be impeached, Article II, Section 4 notes that impeachment is for serious violations. That section reads, “The President, Vice President and all Civil Officers of the United States, shall be removed from Office on Impeachment for and Conviction of, Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors.” I must have been asleep when it became a “high Crimes and Misdemanor” for a President to appoint people whom Dr. Clark-Cook deems “totally unsuitable”. I checked the Constitution and failed to find her name there nor any reference to appointments being cleared with the medical community.

Dr. Clark-Cook also makes the charge that President Bush has authorized “warrantless wiretaps” yet provides no evidence that he has done so. I suspect she believes that the data mining being performed by the National Security Agency which does not eavesdrop on the content of calls but which uses the connection information to determine what phones known to be used by terrorists are calling what phone numbers in the United States is a “warrantless wiretap”.

The doctor seems to care what others in the world think of the United States. Frankly, I don’t care what the French or Germans think as long as they stand aside while we remove evil men like Saddam Hussein with whom many of the leaders of those countries and many “appointees” at the United Nations were taking kickbacks from the “Oil for Food Program” to look the other way while Saddam Hussein spent billions of dollars on himself while starving the children of his enemies. I also do not care what the Islamofascists think of the United States as long as they fear our military and understand that anyone who attacks this country or supports those who do will suffer the fate of al-Zarqawi.

I hope for the sake of her patients that the good doctor has a better grasp of medical knowledge and the ability to apply that knowledge in a more rational manner than she displayed in her recent letter to The Sun.

Thank you.

3 posted on 07/13/2006 10:55:03 AM PDT by MIchaelTArchangel
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To: MIchaelTArchangel

Suzie forgot to mention Haliburton. She won't get her bottle of Thunderbird unless she follows the model DNC letter perfectly.


4 posted on 07/13/2006 10:55:36 AM PDT by Darkwolf377
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To: MIchaelTArchangel

Could this idiot Susan Clark have employed any more from the liberal boilerplate than all the completly unoriginal and uninspired remarks she makes here?? I have rarely read something with so little substance and with so many pat, liberal phrases as this. Can this woman name anything Bush has lied about to start with?


5 posted on 07/13/2006 10:56:30 AM PDT by MikeA (Not voting in November because you're angry is a vote for Nancy Pelosi as Speaker of the House)
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To: All

Can't add anything to that. Good response.


6 posted on 07/13/2006 10:56:30 AM PDT by MaestroLC
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To: MIchaelTArchangel

Nice job. Probably a little long so beware of the editors knives.


7 posted on 07/13/2006 10:56:34 AM PDT by rhombus
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To: MIchaelTArchangel

Susan Clark-Cook, D.Psy, Bentley College

What do you expect from a psychologist? They are all crazy.


8 posted on 07/13/2006 10:57:13 AM PDT by imskylark
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To: RexBeach
The name fits....


9 posted on 07/13/2006 10:57:35 AM PDT by Cincinatus (Omnia relinquit servare Republicam)
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To: MIchaelTArchangel

Sorry about the formatting problem in the first posting.

Apparently the good doctor teaches Psychology at Bentley University in the Department of Psychology and Political Science. (What the heck kind of a marriage is that? Oh, yeah, this is Massghanistan.)

I pitty the parents who are paying $35,000 a year to send their kids to Bentley if this woman is typical of the quality of the reasoning of members of the Bentley faculty.


10 posted on 07/13/2006 10:57:47 AM PDT by MIchaelTArchangel
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To: RexBeach
She's apparantly aghast at "W" spying on AlQaida.

In a more robust time this old'gal'd been hauled out of her nest, tied to a rail, tarred and feathered.

11 posted on 07/13/2006 10:58:13 AM PDT by muawiyah (-)
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To: All

This is almost the same letter I read the other day in the Portsmouth Herald. They must be getting their talking points from the same place that sells them the communist koolaid.


12 posted on 07/13/2006 10:58:47 AM PDT by newnhdad (All your government branches are belong to us!! not for long if this cr@p keeps up.)
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To: MIchaelTArchangel

Appoints his friends to high positions? Rummy and Cheney serving as Defense Sec. in the past does not give them the credentials to serve on his staff? Powell wasn't qualified, Rice, too?

What does she think qualifies a person to serve in an administration? Enough donations to sleep in the Lincoln bedroom?


13 posted on 07/13/2006 10:59:33 AM PDT by Pan_Yans Wife ("Death is better, a milder fate than tyranny. "--Aeschylus)
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To: MIchaelTArchangel
I hope for the sake of her patients that the good doctor has a better grasp of medical knowledge

She's not a medical doctor. She lists her degree as "Psy. D." That is a pseudo-doctorate in psychology. Often the recipients of this degree are RNs who are seeking accreditation as psychologists. Her science is as soft as her reasoning skills.

14 posted on 07/13/2006 11:00:11 AM PDT by blau993
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To: Cincinatus

Well, by golly, we know this much: The good doctor isn't afraid of the dinner table!


15 posted on 07/13/2006 11:00:20 AM PDT by RexBeach ("There is no substitute for victory." -Douglas MacArthur)
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To: MIchaelTArchangel

"hope for the sake of her patients that the good doctor has a better grasp of medical knowledge and the ability to apply that knowledge in a more rational manner than she displayed in her recent letter to The Sun."


Somnehow, I really doubt that.


16 posted on 07/13/2006 11:04:38 AM PDT by Jameison
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To: rhombus

The Editor's knives wil go to work, and it will come out: "Yeah, ditto!"


17 posted on 07/13/2006 11:05:11 AM PDT by theDentist (Qwerty ergo typo : I type, therefore I misspelll.)
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To: blau993

"Her science is as soft as her reasoning skills."

Heh Heh!


18 posted on 07/13/2006 11:05:18 AM PDT by Jameison
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To: MIchaelTArchangel
This woman forgot the most important thing to call President Bush..

EVIL!!!!! BWAAAHAAAA!!!


19 posted on 07/13/2006 11:05:18 AM PDT by BerniesFriend
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To: MIchaelTArchangel
"He refuses to accept any responsibility for anything he does, and only appoints friends of his, usually totally unsuited for the job, to high positions in the administration..."

Madeline Albright? Janet Reno? Henry Cisneros? Bill Richardson? Donna Shalala? If hiring friends, or at least the friends of his wife, totally unsuited for the job is an impeachable offense as Suzie seems to think, then I'm sure she was on the front line demanding the removal of Slimey Bill during his tenure.

Yeh, right, sure...

P.S. And don't EVEN get me started on Bill Clinton and the phrase "refusing to accept responsibility for anything he does".

20 posted on 07/13/2006 11:08:52 AM PDT by Exeter (If Life gives you lemons, just shut up and eat the damn lemons!)
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To: MIchaelTArchangel
Uh... I'm a tad confused???

Some raving moonbat kook 'Dr' from Lowell, Mass writes a letter, which reads like a post on DU - or something scrawled on the wall of an insane asylum, to the editor of a newspaper with a distribution of six and it's "News"?

Now what would be "News", was if someone in Massachusetts supported Dubya - or who wasn't a stark raving mad socialist lunatic.

21 posted on 07/13/2006 11:09:24 AM PDT by Condor51 (Better to fight for something than live for nothing - Gen. George S. Patton)
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To: MIchaelTArchangel
Consider the source.

Susan Clark-Cook, PsyD.

A native of Ohio, Susan did her undergraduate work at Ohio State University, and took her doctorate at Wright State School of Professional Psychology, where she earned a PsyD. She worked extensively in hospital settings, private psychiatric hospitals where she specialized in adolescent work. Moved to Maine to do her internship and has lived her in the east since then, a long time dream of hers. She currently specializes in women's issues, and teaches Psychology of Women and Psychology of Men. Additionally she advises the Women's Center and BACCHUS on campus, and is active in the Gender Issues Council. An animal lover she has a dog and three cats, and in her spare time she reads and is quite a movie buff.

Susan Clark-Cook, Adjunct Assistant professor of Psychology, Bentley College:

Contributor, Feminist Views of Pornography

Teaching Woemn's Studies to Disadvantaged Women

22 posted on 07/13/2006 11:10:06 AM PDT by pabianice
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To: MIchaelTArchangel

Well said! GREAT response!


23 posted on 07/13/2006 11:19:58 AM PDT by MNJohnnie (Fire Murtha Now! Spread the word. Support Diana Irey. http://www.irey.com/)
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To: pabianice

"Adjunct", that means she doesn't really work for the school.


24 posted on 07/13/2006 11:27:02 AM PDT by massgopguy (massgopguy)
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To: Cincinatus
Susan Clark-Cook

Another libber who can't decide which man's name she wants to carry.

25 posted on 07/13/2006 11:34:56 AM PDT by N. Theknow ((Kennedys - Can't drive, can't fly, can't ski, can't skipper a boat - But they know what's best.))
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To: pabianice

WOW!! A Molly Ivans wannabe!!


26 posted on 07/13/2006 11:35:00 AM PDT by Russ
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To: MIchaelTArchangel

This lady sounds like a typical lib lightweight who gets the "tip of the iceberg" from CNN/MSNBC/ABC/CBS/NBC/NYT/AIRHEADAMERCIA, etc. She's got the talking points down pat. But has nothing to back them up.

She's the kind I love to debate, as Rush says, with one hand tied behind my back. LOL!


27 posted on 07/13/2006 11:35:47 AM PDT by upchuck (Be kinder than necessary, for everyone you meet is fighting some kind of battle.)
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To: Cincinatus
Ahem...

The envelope please.....

*silence*

*rip*...*ploof*

And the 3rd runner-up for the lead in "Young Helen Thomas: A Study in Fat Girls Don't Sweat...Much"; to be aired on Dan Rather's HDNet program....


28 posted on 07/13/2006 11:42:37 AM PDT by N. Theknow ((Kennedys - Can't drive, can't fly, can't ski, can't skipper a boat - But they know what's best.))
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To: Pan_Yans Wife
What does she think qualifies a person to serve in an administration? Enough donations to sleep in the Lincoln bedroom?

She probably wants her chance to sleep in the Lincoln bedroom and won't get it under Bush.

My guess is that she thinks a person is qualified if she is nominated by Hillary.

29 posted on 07/13/2006 11:49:08 AM PDT by MIchaelTArchangel
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To: MIchaelTArchangel
I don't like her letter.

But let's give her credit for brevity.

30 posted on 07/13/2006 11:51:55 AM PDT by 68skylark
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To: massgopguy

An adjunct professor is one who holds a temporary appointment. So, yes, she is probably not on the full time staff and probably is not in a tenure track.

Since an adjunct professor is more akin to an at will employee and since it is summer time, perhaps the President and Provost of Bentley will decide before late August that she is too whacky to be an adjunct professor at Bentley.


31 posted on 07/13/2006 11:53:52 AM PDT by MIchaelTArchangel
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To: Cincinatus

Hmmmmm...I see why she needs two names. Three axe handles?

32 posted on 07/13/2006 11:56:59 AM PDT by SMM48
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To: MIchaelTArchangel

You are priceless!


33 posted on 07/13/2006 11:57:56 AM PDT by rabidralph
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To: upchuck

We have a lot of people like this around here. I love driving to work where I can read the rather insane bumper stickers such as, "We are citizens of the world". My question to that one is: Does that statement count as a renunciation of American citizenship? Or "One cannot prepare for war and have peace at the same time". (This one has been attributed to Albert Einstein.) Sorry, but as Ronald Reagan noted, none of the four wars America had thrust upon it in his lifetime were the result of America being too strong. Or "Somewhere in Texas a Town Has Lost Its Idiot". I thought the hag with that one was going to hit me with her pocketbook when I smile and said, "Well, it they want one they can have any of the ones we keep on Bacon Hell (a/k/a Beacon Hill) and Louisburg Square."


34 posted on 07/13/2006 11:58:17 AM PDT by MIchaelTArchangel
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To: MIchaelTArchangel
D.Psy, Bentley College



That says all you need to know, I didn't even have to read the first word of her neurotic drivel.
35 posted on 07/13/2006 12:02:56 PM PDT by DAC21
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To: MIchaelTArchangel

"Mr. Bush has lied to us about many important issues, he has entered us into a pre-emptive war for the first time in the history of our country, and has no exit strategy. He refuses to accept any responsibility for anything he does, and only appoints friends of his, usually totally unsuited for the job, to high positions in the administration. This alone should be impeachable, and the fact that he believes himself to be above the law has been repeatedly shown as well -- warrantless wiretaps are just one example."

Only high crimes and misdemeanors are impeachable.

Nothing Bush has done has risen to the level of perjury and Clinton proved perjury is not a high crime or misdemeanor anyway.

Dr. Susan Crocked-Cooked is obviously not a Dr. of Law or History.

Besides Bush was RIGHT in the concept or "pre-emption".

If we had followed pre-emption in 1940 when a DEMOCRAT was President there would never have been a Pearl Harbor.


36 posted on 07/13/2006 12:04:16 PM PDT by ZULU (Non nobis, non nobis, Domine, sed nomini tuo da gloriam. God, guts, and guns made America great.)
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To: pabianice
I found this little gem, farther down in the link "teaching women's studies to disadvantaged women":

A film about domestic abuse that I recommend is "Defending Our Lives," a 30 minute award-winning documentary. It gets right to the heart of the legal double-standard (pointing out that there are more animal shelters than women's shelters for instance).

LOL! It's usually women who start animal shelters.

37 posted on 07/13/2006 12:04:21 PM PDT by rabidralph
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To: ZULU
If we had followed pre-emption in 1940 1990's when a DEMONRAT was President there would never have been a Pearl Harbor 9-11.

1993 Attempted Assassination of Pres. Bush Sr., April 14,1993
1993 First World Trade Center bombing, February 26th, 7 Killed, Hundreds injured
1993 Mogadishu, Somalia, Black Hawk Down, October 3-4
1995 Attack on US Diplomats in Pakistan, Mar 8,1995
1995 OKC Bombing of the Murrah Bldg, April 19, 1995
1996 U.S. military complex at Khobar Towers in Saudi Arabia, killing 19 Americans and wounding hundreds more, July 7.
1998 U.S. Embassy Bombing in Peru, Jan 15, 1998
1998 U.S. Kenya Embassy blown up, 100's murdered
1998 U.S. Tanzania Embassy blown up, 100's murdered
1999 Plot to blow up Space Needle (thwarted)
2000 USS Cole attacked, many U.S. Navy sailors murdered

38 posted on 07/13/2006 1:32:29 PM PDT by Just A Nobody (NEVER AGAIN..Support our Troops! www.irey.com and www.vets4Irey.com - Now more than Ever!)
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To: Just A Nobody

Beautiful!!!


I LOVE it!!!


39 posted on 07/13/2006 1:34:49 PM PDT by ZULU (Non nobis, non nobis, Domine, sed nomini tuo da gloriam. God, guts, and guns made America great.)
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To: ZULU

Thanks. It IS a little more current. ;*)


40 posted on 07/13/2006 1:37:35 PM PDT by Just A Nobody (NEVER AGAIN..Support our Troops! www.irey.com and www.vets4Irey.com - Now more than Ever!)
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To: Just A Nobody; All

Just A Nobody, thanks for posting this list. I've been hunting for this for days. It'd be great to read Clinton's responses to these incidents.


41 posted on 07/19/2006 5:56:00 PM PDT by Cobra64 (All we get are lame ideas from Republicans and lame criticism from dems about those lame ideas.)
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To: Cobra64
You are welcome. I was doing some research earlier today and read through some of the drek responses. If I get a chance, I'll find them for you this week-end. Remind me.
42 posted on 07/19/2006 6:17:02 PM PDT by Just A Nobody (NEVER AGAIN..Support our Troops! www.irey.com and www.vets4Irey.com - Now more than Ever!)
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To: Just A Nobody
Cool. I'm in a battle of facts, truth and honesty with a bunch of liberals I work with. They hear one soundbite from a politician and that is what is embedded in their brain.

I need to present them with facts. Needless to say, I'm so frustrated, I'm losing patience with these morons.

43 posted on 07/19/2006 6:25:22 PM PDT by Cobra64 (All we get are lame ideas from Republicans and lame criticism from dems about those lame ideas.)
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To: Cobra64

I have to prepare for tomorrow and Friday. FReepmail me Saturday to remind me. ;*)


44 posted on 07/19/2006 6:42:04 PM PDT by Just A Nobody (NEVER AGAIN..Support our Troops! www.irey.com and www.vets4Irey.com - Now more than Ever!)
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