Free Republic
Browse · Search
News/Activism
Topics · Post Article

Skip to comments.

A day in the life of President Bush (12/30/2006): photos & the reasons we took down Saddam Hussein
WhiteHouse.gov & various ^ | 12/30/06

Posted on 12/30/2006 3:40:44 PM PST by Wolfstar

PRESIDENTIAL NEWS OF THE DAY: The President and First Lady are enjoying the remainder of their holiday at the ranch in Crawford prior to flying back to Washington where they will take part in services honoring former President Gerald Ford.

In the meantime, the impact of the execution of Saddam Hussein continues to reverberate in the media. And, as 2007 and the Democrat-controlled Congress looms, we must look forward with informed minds to the investigations the Marxist/Socialists in Congress are salivating to launch.

So I want to close out 2006 with a thread dedicated to the singular achievement of the Bush 43 presidency.

MAKE NO MISTAKE: SADDAM HUSSEIN WAS A MONSTER ON A PAR WITH THE MOST NOTABLE HUMAN MONSTERS EVER -- AND THE CONGRESSIONAL DEMOCRATS KNOW IT.

Hussein openly and proudly modeled himself and his regime after former Soviet Premier Josef Stalin, whose name should equal that of Adolf Hitler in the pantheon of the most brutal tyrants in human history.

In particular, I want to focus on the twin lies that President Bush used only weapons of mass destruction as the rationale for taking down the Hussein regime, and that President Bush lied because there were no WMD. The Congressional Democrats know both accusations are not true, yet they will brutally investigate President Bush anyway.

Following are excerpts from Iraq's Weapons of Mass Destruction: Saddam Had Them, and Used Them, but Where Have They Gone?
By: Col. Robert D. Shanks Jr., USAFR (Ret.), August 12, 2005

David Kay, the former head of the Coalition's search for Iraq's WMD, stated in an interview, early in 2004, that part of Saddam Hussein's secret weapons program was relocated to Syria, in the months and weeks before the war began, in March of 2003. He went on to state that this conclusion was a result of interrogations of former Iraqi officials. Just what, and how much, went to Syria specifically, and where it is being concealed, begs further research and analysis.

The attack on the Iraqi city of Halabja was the largest-scale chemical weapons attack against a civilian population in modern times...But the scale and intensity of the chemical WMD campaign against Halabja was different—it was the first time that chemical weapons had been used on a major civilian population of this size. The victims included women, children and the elderly. This attack involved multiple chemical agents including mustard gas, nerve agents SARIN, TABUN and VX. Some sources reported that cyanide might also have been used. The impure form of TABUN has a cyanide residue and may have accounted for the cyanide report.

The Iraqi military used a carefully prepared cocktail of chemical agents for which there is no defense or antidote. Saddam did not use the nerve agent SOMAN because his chemical agent experts were well aware that pyridostigmine bromide is one of the chief treatments against nerve agents, but relatively ineffective against TABUN, SARIN and VX. This was a carefully planned attack.

That Saddam had WMD, and had the capability to produce more, is irrefutable so, why, after such significant investigation, have the WMD not been discovered, in Iraq?

If police in your city were to announce, months in advance, that they were preparing for a major raid on a suspected drug house, and the preparations were reported daily in the press, wouldn't the drug peddlers relocate their operations?

A similar scenario is precisely what happened to Saddam's WMD in the build up to the current Iraq war. While the US and its allies beat around the bush with the UN, for six months, Saddam's regime quietly relocated all of its WMD, and cleverly concealed their existence. However, the fact that Saddam committed genocide on his own people, using chemical WMD, cannot be so cleverly concealed.

The WMD term is sometimes imprecisely used in describing a whole range of situations. So readers will be fully aware of the exact definition it is included.

Weapons of mass destruction are defined as: "Weapons that are capable of a high order of destruction and/or of being used in such a manner as to destroy large numbers of people. Weapons of mass destruction can be high explosives or nuclear, biological, chemical, and radiological weapons, but exclude the means of transporting or propelling the weapon where such means is a separable and divisible part of the weapon."

Here are links to websites that have photographic evidence of Saddam Hussein's crimes -- most of the sources for what I've included on this thread are foreign. Sometimes I think we Americans don't have the stomach for the truth:

Mundo Arabe
Halabja: Bloody Friday
Halabja Monument
Photos de Halabja

MOST OF THE SAME PEOPLE WHO TODAY ARE PLANNING TO INVESTIGATE PRESIDENT BUSH, AND IMPEACH HIM IF THEY CAN, ARE THE SAME PEOPLE WHO SUPPORTED PRESIDENT BILL CLINTON WHOLEHEARTEDLY IN THE 1990'S. Well, here's some of what they knew and did in the 1990's:

Saddam Hussein's Iraq was released by the Clinton State Department, September 13, 1999. Among the photographs included with this document are these:

Photo 5: Chemical-gas victim, Mahnaz from Halabja
Village razed near al Masha, Shia village destroyed in Southern Iraq, June-July 1999

In part, the 1999 Clinton State Department's document says:

The nature and magnitude of the crimes committed by Saddam Hussein and his regime since 1980 demand that all efforts be made to hold those individuals accountable for their crimes. We believe that Saddam Hussein and key members of his regime should be brought to justice for their past and current crimes.

While its repression of the Iraqi people continues, the Iraqi regime still is far from complying with its obligations under United Nations Security Council resolutions.

It has not fully complied with a single resolution.

It has not fully declared and destroyed its WMD programs. It has not ceased concealment of its WMD. It has not responded fully to questions from UNSCOM and the IAEA. (UNSCRs 687, 707, 715, 1051)

It has not returned Kuwaiti and Third Country POWs and Missing Persons (UNSCRs 686 and 687). 605 Kuwaiti POW/MIAs and 34 Saudis remain unaccounted for.

It has not returned all stolen Kuwaiti property (UNSCR 686). In fact, some is still deployed with Iraqi military units.

It has not stopped repressing its civilian population (UNSCR 688).

Iraq under Saddam Hussein remains dangerous, unreconstructed, and defiant. It has not disarmed. It has never apologized or expressed regret for the invasion of Kuwait. It continues to repress its people.

This is a dangerous regime that threatens its neighbors, has a long history of aggression, has ambitions to dominate the Gulf by force, and retains the capability to do so.

But despite all these strong words from his Madeline Albright-led State Department, the Clinton administration did NOTHING! Oh, he did sign the Iraq Liberation Act of 1998, passed nearly unanimously by the Democrat-controlled House and closely divided Senate. Among other things, that Act made regime change in Iraq the national policy of the United States. BUT THE CLINTON ADMINISTRATION DID NOTHING!

It took a brave man from Texas, willing to go it alone if necessary, to do what had to be done. Fortunately, he didn't have to go it alone thanks to the British, Australians, Japanese, Poles, Danes, and many others.

As Summer faded to Fall in 2001, the continental United States was attacked for the first time by a foreign enemy since the War of 1812. We must never forget the full context of that time. Not only were New York, Virginia, and Pennsylvania, hit by the equivalent of four intercontinental ballistic missiles in the form of four large passenger aircraft, BUT WE WERE ALSO HIT BY THE ANTRHAX ATTACK. It claimed victims from Florida to Connecticut, and was aimed directly at the U.S. Capitol.

In that context, with the FBI unable to trace the perpetrators of the anthrax attack, NO U.S. president could afford to let Saddam Hussein remain in power.

Nevertheless, despite the oft-repeated lie that WMD was the only reason given by President Bush for invading Iraq, he used virtually the identical reasons as laid out in the Clinton State Department document of September 13, 1999 -- dated, irony of ironies, two years almost to the day before the September 11, 2001 hijackings.

So, what rationale, exactly, did President Bush give for invading Iraq? Actually, there were five -- count them, FIVE -- reasons. Here are excerpts from the President's address to the United Nations a year after 9/11:

Remarks at the United Nations General Assembly, President George Walker Bush, September 12, 2002

And our greatest fear is that terrorists will find a shortcut to their mad ambitions when an outlaw regime supplies them with the technologies to kill on a massive scale.

All the world now faces a test, and the United Nations a difficult and defining moment. Are Security Council resolutions to be honored and enforced, or cast aside without consequence? Will the United Nations serve the purpose of its founding, or will it be irrelevant?

Our partnership of nations can meet the test before us, by making clear what we now expect of the Iraqi regime.

[CONDITION #1] If the Iraqi regime wishes peace, it will immediately and unconditionally forswear, disclose, and remove or destroy all weapons of mass destruction, long-range missiles, and all related material.

[CONDITION #2] If the Iraqi regime wishes peace, it will immediately end all support for terrorism and act to suppress it, as all states are required to do by U.N. Security Council resolutions.

[CONDITION #3] If the Iraqi regime wishes peace, it will cease persecution of its civilian population, including Shi'a, Sunnis, Kurds, Turkomans, and others, again as required by Security Council resolutions.

[CONDITION #4] If the Iraqi regime wishes peace, it will release or account for all Gulf War personnel whose fate is still unknown. It will return the remains of any who are deceased, return stolen property, accept liability for losses resulting from the invasion of Kuwait, and fully cooperate with international efforts to resolve these issues, as required by Security Council resolutions.

[CONDITION #5] If the Iraqi regime wishes peace, it will immediately end all illicit trade outside the oil-for-food program. It will accept U.N. administration of funds from that program, to ensure that the money is used fairly and promptly for the benefit of the Iraqi people.

If all these steps are taken, it will signal a new openness and accountability in Iraq. And it could open the prospect of the United Nations helping to build a government that represents all Iraqis - a government based on respect for human rights, economic liberty, and internationally supervised elections.



TOPICS: Front Page News
KEYWORDS: georgewbush; husseinthemonster; iraq; president
Navigation: use the links below to view more comments.
first 1-5051-100101-150151-184 next last
Note to all: This is a strong thread, unusual for a Dose thread. With Stalinist Saddam Hussein now dead, revisionists already trying to place a gauzy veil over the truth about Hussein, and the seditious Democrats in Congress preparing to revise history by destroying a great man, we must prepare ourselves for what may be the fight of our lives. So, as you look at these very difficult images, remember that the Islamofacists want to do that to you, your families, your children and grandchildren. President Bush has stood like a rock between them and us. Now we must stand like a rock between him and those who are out to destroy him.

KEEP IN MIND AS YOU GO THROUGH THIS THREAD, THIS IS WHAT PRESIDENT BUSH KNEW AND FEARED AFTER THE ANTRAX ATTACKS ON OUR COUNTRY IN 2001.

1 posted on 12/30/2006 3:40:48 PM PST by Wolfstar
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | View Replies]

To: 1Peter2:16; 2Jedismom; 2Trievers; 4mycountry; A_perfect_lady; admiralsn; Alberta's Child; ...

Pinging you to the final 2006 Saturday Dose. Brace yourself.


2 posted on 12/30/2006 3:41:40 PM PST by Wolfstar ("Common sense is not so common." Voltaire, 1764)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 1 | View Replies]

To: Wolfstar


Oh oh.


3 posted on 12/30/2006 3:41:48 PM PST by onyx (Phillip Rivers, LT and the San Diego Chargers! WOO-HOO!)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 1 | View Replies]

To: Wolfstar
PHOTO OF THE DAY: President George Walker Bush speaking before the United Nations General Assembly, September 12, 2002.

GWB at the UN, 9/12/02.


4 posted on 12/30/2006 3:43:01 PM PST by Wolfstar ("Common sense is not so common." Voltaire, 1764)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 2 | View Replies]

To: Wolfstar

I just refreshed the page and I won again this week! We're all on the President Ford funeral thread.


5 posted on 12/30/2006 3:43:07 PM PST by onyx (Phillip Rivers, LT and the San Diego Chargers! WOO-HOO!)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 2 | View Replies]

To: Wolfstar
President Bush listens to Dr. Katrin Michael, right, Della Jaff and Idres Hawarry, foreground, in the Oval Office, Friday, March 14, 2003. The three are from the Kurdish area of Iraq where a chemical weapons attack killed 5,000 citizens 15 years ago [that] weekend. Thousands died in the days following the attack on Halabja and an estimated 10,000 people still suffer from the attack. Idres Hawarry survived the attack on Halabja, Dr. Michael survived a similar attack in another Kurdish village, and friends and family of Della Jaff were killed in Halabja.

President Bush says good bye to Dr. Katrin Michael, Della Jaff and Idres Hawarry, March 14, 2003, after speaking with them.


6 posted on 12/30/2006 3:43:17 PM PST by Wolfstar ("Common sense is not so common." Voltaire, 1764)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 4 | View Replies]

To: Wolfstar

Bump.

And gimme my toaster.


7 posted on 12/30/2006 3:43:20 PM PST by Howlin
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 1 | View Replies]

To: onyx

You first again ?!?


8 posted on 12/30/2006 3:43:22 PM PST by ThePythonicCow (We are but Seekers of Truth, not the Source.)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 3 | View Replies]

To: Wolfstar
The next series of photos are very difficult to see, but I am a very big proponent of unvarnished reportorial truth. I urge you to steel yourself and view them. There are two photos in particular that I debated long and hard about posting on the thread, instead of just posting a link. I finally decided to just post a link, because there are children who might see this thread before an adult could intervene.

This is the first of the two photos I came close to openly posting. Trust me, folks, there isn't much in this world that shakes me to my core, but this photo did. It is of a young Kurdish boy. Difficult to tell his age -- maybe four or five. There is what looks like a ball near him. You can tell he's a beautiful child. He almost looks like he's asleep. Like maybe he got tired from playing and lay down for a nap. But he's dead. Lying in the dirt of Halabja with the froth caused by Hussein's chemical weapons covering the lower part of his face.

Kurdish boy.

9 posted on 12/30/2006 3:43:44 PM PST by Wolfstar ("Common sense is not so common." Voltaire, 1764)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 6 | View Replies]

To: Wolfstar
This is the second photo I almost openly posted. It is of an infant, no more than a few months old. Can't tell the sex of the baby, so I'll refer to the child as a he. He appears to be lying in a hospital bed. His face is discolored a deep red. His eyes appear swollen shut. The chemical burns on his body are dressed in an ointment of some kind. I don't know if this child survived.

Kurdish baby.

10 posted on 12/30/2006 3:44:05 PM PST by Wolfstar ("Common sense is not so common." Voltaire, 1764)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 9 | View Replies]

To: Wolfstar
This one is heartbreaking on several levels, but seeing the child with the cowboy boots...what words suffice?

Cowboy boots in Hussein's Kurdistan.

11 posted on 12/30/2006 3:44:28 PM PST by Wolfstar ("Common sense is not so common." Voltaire, 1764)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 10 | View Replies]

To: Wolfstar
This, along with the photo of the young mother with her body over her baby, trying to protect the child, is the most well-known photo from the Halabja horror.

Silent scream.

12 posted on 12/30/2006 3:44:47 PM PST by Wolfstar ("Common sense is not so common." Voltaire, 1764)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 11 | View Replies]

To: Howlin
I think we're waaay too late for the toaster, Howlin.
13 posted on 12/30/2006 3:44:50 PM PST by ThePythonicCow (We are but Seekers of Truth, not the Source.)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 7 | View Replies]

To: Wolfstar

Fabulous idea, Wolfstar.


14 posted on 12/30/2006 3:45:02 PM PST by ilovew ("Faithless is he that says farewell when the road darkens." --J. R. R. Tolkien)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 1 | View Replies]

To: Howlin

You can have mine if you'll post it on your page!


15 posted on 12/30/2006 3:45:38 PM PST by onyx (Phillip Rivers, LT and the San Diego Chargers! WOO-HOO!)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 7 | View Replies]

To: onyx

Congratulations! :)


16 posted on 12/30/2006 3:45:48 PM PST by ilovew ("Faithless is he that says farewell when the road darkens." --J. R. R. Tolkien)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 3 | View Replies]

To: Wolfstar
More horrific photos from Halabja.

Halabja 1

Halabja 2

Halabja 3

Halabja 4

Halabja 5

Halabja 6

Halabja 7

Halabja 8

Halabja 9

Halabja 10

Halabja 11

Halabja 12

Halabja 13

Halabja 14

Halabja 15

Halabja 16

Halabja 17

17 posted on 12/30/2006 3:46:12 PM PST by Wolfstar ("Common sense is not so common." Voltaire, 1764)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 12 | View Replies]

To: Wolfstar
Photos of Iranian soldiers severely burned by an Iraqi mustard gas attack.

Iranian soldiers 1

Iranian soldier 2

18 posted on 12/30/2006 3:46:30 PM PST by Wolfstar ("Common sense is not so common." Voltaire, 1764)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 17 | View Replies]

To: Wolfstar
Halabja's pain, grief and rage.

For those who may miss it, Saddam Hussein is the winged monster in the wall painting.

19 posted on 12/30/2006 3:47:34 PM PST by Wolfstar ("Common sense is not so common." Voltaire, 1764)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 18 | View Replies]

To: Wolfstar
Halabja's memorials.

This is the mother and baby depicted in the above memorial.

20 posted on 12/30/2006 3:48:39 PM PST by Wolfstar ("Common sense is not so common." Voltaire, 1764)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 19 | View Replies]

To: Wolfstar
One of the spent chemical shells actually used to bomb Halabja.


21 posted on 12/30/2006 3:49:02 PM PST by Wolfstar ("Common sense is not so common." Voltaire, 1764)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 20 | View Replies]

To: Wolfstar
Halabja during the attack.


22 posted on 12/30/2006 3:49:22 PM PST by Wolfstar ("Common sense is not so common." Voltaire, 1764)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 21 | View Replies]

To: Wolfstar
This wall memorializes 11 members of one family killed in the chemical weapons attack.

An American soldier at the cemetary of Halaja victims. Thank God for our tremendous men and women in the Armed Forces. Thank them and our brave President for ending the Hussein nightmare.


23 posted on 12/30/2006 3:50:27 PM PST by Wolfstar ("Common sense is not so common." Voltaire, 1764)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 22 | View Replies]

To: Wolfstar
On the borders of Kurdistan
A Kurdish poem

On the borders
Where throats are
Choked with good-byes
And eagerness is
Suspended in the eyes
And people asked
When.. where are we ? why..?!

Here a child dies..
There a baby lies, and
Another face-down cries:


        My wound is hurting
        My breath is hurting
        My stomach is hurting,
        Mother: Am I to die ?
        And my white pigeon ?!
        Are we going to die ?
 

In tears she said:
There beyond the border posts..
Only days: we won't die
For us, God will try..

Again, the child cries:


        Will my pigeon die ?
        Mother: I love her..
        She is my life
        Because I love,
        She does not deserve to die
        I love her...

All broke in tears

        Dear.. your pigeon died
        When the planes pried

And she broke in tears
        My white pigeon was gassed ?!
        My Kurdish pigeon died

        Mother.. my hair is falling
        why ? Am I do die ?

        Some water please..
        W-a-t-e-r ...

24 posted on 12/30/2006 3:51:11 PM PST by Wolfstar ("Common sense is not so common." Voltaire, 1764)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 23 | View Replies]

To: Wolfstar
ALL CLEAR!
25 posted on 12/30/2006 3:51:43 PM PST by Wolfstar ("Common sense is not so common." Voltaire, 1764)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 24 | View Replies]

To: onyx

Hi onyx. Well, I got through it. Shaking with rage at Clinton and the Dems and Hussein, and sorrow for what these images show. But we need to know because next year the Congressional Democrats are going to commit one of the most cynical, seditious, dishonest acts in American history. We need to brace ourselves for it with the truth.


26 posted on 12/30/2006 3:53:54 PM PST by Wolfstar ("Common sense is not so common." Voltaire, 1764)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 3 | View Replies]

To: onyx
Oh - congrats, onyx. My "first again" question was just teasing - I should have put a happy grin in there to be sure it wasn't mistaken.
27 posted on 12/30/2006 3:54:33 PM PST by ThePythonicCow (We are but Seekers of Truth, not the Source.)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 3 | View Replies]

To: ilovew

We were FR mailing and I refreshed the page. Let me check the time of the posts --- to see if I have my first comment removed if you and others can win too.


28 posted on 12/30/2006 3:54:38 PM PST by onyx (Phillip Rivers, LT and the San Diego Chargers! WOO-HOO!)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 16 | View Replies]

To: ilovew
Fabulous idea, Wolfstar.

Thanks, ilovew. BTW, on another thread this morning, some cretin was slamming Don Rumsfeld and President Reagan for helping Hussein in the 1980's. Got my dander up, so I responded very strongly to him. If your interested in my reply, go here.

29 posted on 12/30/2006 3:57:24 PM PST by Wolfstar ("Common sense is not so common." Voltaire, 1764)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 14 | View Replies]

To: Wolfstar
Thanks, Wolfstar. That's the clearest, most compelling presentation of Halabja I've seen.

Good riddance.

We've been blessed to have a good man leading us.

30 posted on 12/30/2006 3:57:30 PM PST by ThePythonicCow (We are but Seekers of Truth, not the Source.)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 25 | View Replies]

To: ThePythonicCow; Howlin; ilovew


I just checked the posting time. You, Howlin and ilovew are still a little too late from my second post. I was going to have my first post deleted.


31 posted on 12/30/2006 3:58:00 PM PST by onyx (Phillip Rivers, LT and the San Diego Chargers! WOO-HOO!)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 13 | View Replies]

To: ThePythonicCow
Thanks, Wolfstar. That's the clearest, most compelling presentation of Halabja I've seen.

You're welcome, Cow.

32 posted on 12/30/2006 3:58:36 PM PST by Wolfstar ("Common sense is not so common." Voltaire, 1764)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 30 | View Replies]

To: Wolfstar
Thank you for the hours I know you have spent composing this special Dose. I told someone last night, that Wolfstar would have a load of work for today's Dose and I now see I even misunderestimated the chore. It's a good thing posting the Dose is a labor of love.
33 posted on 12/30/2006 4:02:18 PM PST by onyx (Phillip Rivers, LT and the San Diego Chargers! WOO-HOO!)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 25 | View Replies]

To: Wolfstar
Your reply concerning Hussein in the 1980's was well stated. Thanks for linking it.
34 posted on 12/30/2006 4:02:56 PM PST by ThePythonicCow (We are but Seekers of Truth, not the Source.)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 29 | View Replies]

To: ThePythonicCow

Oh heck, sweet you, I knew and know, you're teasing me! Please don't worry one bit.


35 posted on 12/30/2006 4:03:38 PM PST by onyx (Phillip Rivers, LT and the San Diego Chargers! WOO-HOO!)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 27 | View Replies]

To: Wolfstar

God help those people...I hope they can heal now and remember how awful he was. That country will be a better place without that monster!

They have to overcome anger amongst the sects, but without Sadaam there to foment hatred, maybe that can happen. We must pray that it does.


36 posted on 12/30/2006 4:04:38 PM PST by LUV W (We didn't lose almost 3000 people that day.We lost one wonderful person at a time, almost 3000 times)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 20 | View Replies]

To: onyx
You won - fair and square.

Please enjoy the toaster. It's yours.

37 posted on 12/30/2006 4:04:58 PM PST by ThePythonicCow (We are but Seekers of Truth, not the Source.)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 31 | View Replies]

To: Wolfstar

You did a great job :) After I have my surgery, I'm going to get back into correcting those idiots. For now, I'm on break, though. Unless one of them happens to cross me.


38 posted on 12/30/2006 4:06:09 PM PST by ilovew ("Faithless is he that says farewell when the road darkens." --J. R. R. Tolkien)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 29 | View Replies]

To: onyx
It's a good thing posting the Dose is a labor of love.

In this particular case, it was a labor of defiance on my part: against tyrants like Hussein and against the Marxists in our own Congress who will use their newly acquired power to all but physically torture President Bush and many in his administration.

39 posted on 12/30/2006 4:07:05 PM PST by Wolfstar ("Common sense is not so common." Voltaire, 1764)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 33 | View Replies]

To: onyx

That's so sweet of you to even think of that. But YOU won. :)


40 posted on 12/30/2006 4:07:55 PM PST by ilovew ("Faithless is he that says farewell when the road darkens." --J. R. R. Tolkien)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 31 | View Replies]

To: ThePythonicCow

Glad you liked it, Cow. I don't get to post on FR as often as I'd like, so gotta make what I do post count. :)


41 posted on 12/30/2006 4:08:22 PM PST by Wolfstar ("Common sense is not so common." Voltaire, 1764)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 34 | View Replies]

To: LUV W
God help those people...

Indeed.

42 posted on 12/30/2006 4:09:26 PM PST by Wolfstar ("Common sense is not so common." Voltaire, 1764)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 36 | View Replies]

To: Wolfstar
They would if they could.
43 posted on 12/30/2006 4:09:38 PM PST by ThePythonicCow (We are but Seekers of Truth, not the Source.)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 39 | View Replies]

To: Wolfstar

I hear you, but it's a labor of love for us Dosers.


44 posted on 12/30/2006 4:09:43 PM PST by onyx (Phillip Rivers, LT and the San Diego Chargers! WOO-HOO!)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 39 | View Replies]

To: onyx

I swear, onyx...that you must have ESPn.....LOL


45 posted on 12/30/2006 4:10:05 PM PST by Txsleuth (Bolton/Cheney (that would be Lynne) 08)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 3 | View Replies]

To: Wolfstar

What an absolutely EXCELLENT job you have done with tonight's Dose. Thank you Wolfstar!!!


46 posted on 12/30/2006 4:10:45 PM PST by NordP (America Votes: So sad to find out the majority is self-centered, short-sighted, and impatient.)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 1 | View Replies]

To: Wolfstar
Class bully, third down on page 12.


47 posted on 12/30/2006 4:11:06 PM PST by Silly (http://tinyurl.com/wgn5o)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 1 | View Replies]

To: Wolfstar
... note to self: don't get in a battle of wits with Wolfstar - it would be like bringing a knife to a gun fight
48 posted on 12/30/2006 4:12:07 PM PST by ThePythonicCow (We are but Seekers of Truth, not the Source.)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 41 | View Replies]

To: ThePythonicCow
They would if they could.

Armed with the truth, I plan to fight back as hard as I can. I may only be a measley little army of one, but by gad I raring to go.

49 posted on 12/30/2006 4:12:40 PM PST by Wolfstar ("Common sense is not so common." Voltaire, 1764)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 43 | View Replies]

To: Txsleuth; Wolfstar

LOL -- it seems only when Wolfstar posts the Dose. She's in CA and I still live and "think" in CA time. It's true, I still refer to CA time for my TV programs and have to add 2 hours...lol.


50 posted on 12/30/2006 4:13:16 PM PST by onyx (Phillip Rivers, LT and the San Diego Chargers! WOO-HOO!)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 45 | View Replies]


Navigation: use the links below to view more comments.
first 1-5051-100101-150151-184 next last

Disclaimer: Opinions posted on Free Republic are those of the individual posters and do not necessarily represent the opinion of Free Republic or its management. All materials posted herein are protected by copyright law and the exemption for fair use of copyrighted works.

Free Republic
Browse · Search
News/Activism
Topics · Post Article

FreeRepublic, LLC, PO BOX 9771, FRESNO, CA 93794
FreeRepublic.com is powered by software copyright 2000-2008 John Robinson