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THE DAILY TELEGRAPH: Saddam's little helper
The Daily Telegraph ^ | April 22, 2003

Posted on 04/21/2003 4:17:57 PM PDT by MadIvan

It doesn't get much worse than this. George Galloway is Britain's most active and visible peace campaigner. The Labour MP for Glasgow Kelvin did not just oppose the recent campaign against Saddam Hussein; he lobbied equally aggressively against the first Gulf war, and – during the years in between – for an end to sanctions.

Yesterday, The Daily Telegraph's correspondent in Baghdad, David Blair, unearthed papers detailing alleged payments from Saddam's intelligence service to Mr Galloway through a Jordanian intermediary.

There is a word for taking money from enemy regimes: treason. What makes this allegation especially worrying, however, is that the documents suggest that the money has been coming out of Iraq's oil-for-food programme. In other words, the alleged payments did not come from some personal bank account of Saddam's, but out of the revenue intended to pay for food and medicines for Iraqi civilians: the very people whom Mr Galloway has been so fond of invoking.

Speaking from abroad yesterday, Mr Galloway was reduced to suggesting that the whole thing was a Daily Telegraph forgery, but the files could hardly be more specific. One memo comments: "His projects and future plans for the benefit of the country need financial support to become a motive for him to do more work, and because of the sensitivity of getting money directly from Iraq it is necessary to grant him oil contracts and special commercial opportunities to provide him with a financial income under commercial cover without being connected to him directly."

It is hard to think of a graver setback to the British anti-war movement. How would you feel if you were one of the many well-meaning peace protesters who had followed Mr Galloway's lead? What would your emotions be if you had given money to his Mariam Appeal, thinking that you were paying to treat a young Iraqi girl for leukaemia and wondering now how your money had been used?

For months, anti-war campaigners have been imputing the basest of motives to their adversaries. The whole campaign, they argued, was really about money and oil.

Yet what if it turns out that they, rather than their opponents, had hidden pecuniary motives? What if it was actually the supporters of the campaign who were acting on behalf of Iraqi civilians, while antiwar activists - or at least their leaders - were acting for profit?

If it is a bad day for the "not in my name" brigade, it is also a bad day for British Intelligence. If Baghdad was paying one of our MPs, did our security services know about it? If so, what action did they take? If not, what does it say about their competence? Is it possible that they were using Mr Galloway as an unwitting intermediary, probing to see whether Saddam might settle without a war?

Both the Labour Party and the Stop the War Coalition will, no doubt, be following the revelations nervously. To be fair to Labour, there had already been talk of disciplinary action against the man who recently described the British Government as being made up of "liars, forgers, war criminals and murderers". There was a huge row during a recent parliamentary debate when a Labour frontbencher described Mr Galloway as "Saddam's mouthpiece".

"Gorgeous George" has plenty of form, including allegations that he had misused funds as director of War on Want in the mid-1980s (he was later cleared after paying back £1,720). But, like Jeffrey Archer, his energy, combined with a readiness to litigate, saw him through many incidents that might have done for other politicians. Many, from all wings of the Labour Party, have nursed their doubts about the Glasgow MP, peering suspiciously at his natty suits and winter suntan. Yet they have never been able to pin their doubts on anything concrete.

If the allegations in the documents are borne out, however, expulsion from Labour is the least Mr Galloway should expect. Indeed, he would be lucky to get away with expulsion from the House of Commons.

There is precedent in the case of Arthur Lynch, an Irish Nationalist MP who had served against the British state during the Boer War, and who, following his election, was sentenced to death (the sentence was commuted, and he was eventually pardoned; interestingly, he later became a British patriot, and recruited in Ireland for volunteers during the First World War).

In order to comply with the European Convention on Human Rights, Tony Blair has abolished the death penalty in treason cases; but collaborating with a hostile regime remains the most serious of offences.

If it is unfair to blame Labour for Mr Galloway, the anti-war movement is far more culpable. To put it as neutrally as possible, it has a great deal of explaining to do. Last month, a letter in this newspaper from Dr Julian Lewis, a Tory defence spokesman, revealed that the chairman of the Stop the War Coalition, Andrew Murray, was an active communist and supporter of North Korea [letter, March 26].

Mr Murray made no attempt to deny the charge, writing back that "my politics have been clear to the tens of thousands who have attended the many anti-war meetings I have addressed" [letter, March 27]. The result of this exposure? Absolutely nothing.

If supporters of the peace movement were unsettled by having a supporter of nuclear-armed North Korea at their head, they did not show it.

By the same token, although they would be quick to put the boot in to Mr Galloway - as much for the crime of profiting from oil as anything else - hardcore peace campaigners would not be disheartened by the evidence that he was paid by one of the vilest regimes on earth. After all, there was little fuss when it turned out that the Communist Party of Great Britain, CND's chief sponsor, had been funded by Moscow during the Cold War.

There is, it seems, a kind of negative McCarthysim at work, whereby to hold communist sympathies against someone is seen as the height of bad taste.

The vicious anti-Americans at the heart of the peace movement will be unperturbed. They may well join Mr Galloway in claiming that the letters are a Telegraph conspiracy. The next time Britain and the US deploy force, they will march as though nothing had changed, for their convictions are beyond argument. But some of those who demonstrated for peace did so open-mindedly, from decent motives, believing that the war was, on balance, the greater evil.

Such people may be prepared to extrapolate from today's revelations. The chief argument deployed by the handful of Left-wing commentators who supported the war – Nick Cohen of the Observer, for example, or John Lloyd, late of the New Statesman – was that the peaceniks were effectively propping up Saddam Hussein.

This charge was much resented by the protesters, who argued that they – unlike Western governments – had no past record of supporting Saddam. Yet the accusation suddenly seems much harder to dismiss. Certainly it was Saddam's view that the anti-war movement was an ally of the Ba'athist regime – so much so, it seems, that he was prepared to divert money away from hungry children in order to finance it.

It is just possible that, like the British Communists who tore up their membership cards following the Soviet invasions of Hungary and Czechoslovakia, some of these people may recant their support. They may feel misled. They may even, as they see how much more the occupying forces are doing for Iraqi civilians than the old regime ever did, feel guilty. Above all, they may be reluctant to march in support of this kingdom's enemies in future.


TOPICS: Crime/Corruption; Editorial; Extended News; Foreign Affairs; Government; News/Current Events; US: District of Columbia; United Kingdom; War on Terror
KEYWORDS: appeaseniks; blair; bush; forgery; galloway; georgegalloway; iraq; iraqifreedom; lefties; oilforfood; saddam; sanctions; treason; uk; us
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John Malkovich said George Galloway (and Robert Fisk) should be shot. Good idea.

Regards, Ivan


1 posted on 04/21/2003 4:17:58 PM PDT by MadIvan
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To: Krodg; hoosiermama; MeekMom; Dutchgirl; Freedom'sWorthIt; Carolina; patricia; annyokie; ...
Bump!
2 posted on 04/21/2003 4:18:18 PM PDT by MadIvan
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To: MadIvan
Please ask the "Telegraph" to tell the revenging Iraqis to pull out the Scott Ritter documents too.
3 posted on 04/21/2003 4:20:43 PM PDT by Shermy
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To: MadIvan
Can this Galloway be charged? A public shunning should begin immediately.
4 posted on 04/21/2003 4:21:50 PM PDT by MEG33
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To: MadIvan
Ivan, this is news both good and bad. Bad to find out that a committed pacifist has no scruples, but good to find out the unscrupulous one was paid for his 'beliefs'. Great catch by the Telegraph, and I hope they find more!
5 posted on 04/21/2003 4:23:09 PM PDT by mumbo
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To: MadIvan
I have nothing but praise for The Telegraph, who had the sense to send a reporter and a ranslator to the source of these documents. I read each story with a horrified fascination.

Thank you for posting this, as wll as all of the other excellent articles which you have called to our attention.

6 posted on 04/21/2003 4:23:14 PM PDT by Miss Marple
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To: Shermy
The entire anti-war (anti-capitalist, pro-socialist) movement has blood on its hands and is further discredited every single day.
7 posted on 04/21/2003 4:23:56 PM PDT by Steven W.
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To: MadIvan
WOW! I'm thinking his name won't be the only one found. I think there will be alot of names in pay off books that are going to shock us!
8 posted on 04/21/2003 4:25:38 PM PDT by Jewels1091
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To: MadIvan
John Malkovich the actor?

BTW, this guy is the foul Mouth of Saddam. [/LOTR references]
9 posted on 04/21/2003 4:26:52 PM PDT by jjm2111
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To: MadIvan
Ivan, you have some great posts. I'm honored to be on your ping list. This article was first rate.
10 posted on 04/21/2003 4:27:55 PM PDT by jjm2111
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To: MadIvan
Thank God for the Telegraph, exposing the FRAUDS for what they are. It is disheartening, and somewhat frightening, that a regime that is under the microscope can STILL make deals and buy off so many people.

This sh*t has me p*ssed off! I am.. GOBSMACKED!

11 posted on 04/21/2003 4:28:25 PM PDT by Paradox
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To: MadIvan
Many of us have suspected that this has been going on with many of the left wing fanatics and some of the so called right wing fanatics in bed with Soddomite and hating GW and Tony.

Yesterday, The Daily Telegraph's correspondent in Baghdad, David Blair, unearthed papers detailing alleged payments from Saddam's intelligence service to Mr Galloway through a Jordanian intermediary.

There is a word for taking money from enemy regimes: treason. What makes this allegation especially worrying, however, is that the documents suggest that the money has been coming out of Iraq's oil-for-food programme. In other words, the alleged payments did not come from some personal bank account of Saddam's, but out of the revenue intended to pay for food and medicines for Iraqi civilians: the very people whom Mr Galloway has been so fond of invoking.

12 posted on 04/21/2003 4:30:11 PM PDT by Grampa Dave (Being a Monthly Donor to Free Republic is the Right Thing to do!)
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To: jjm2111
Indeed, John Malkovich the actor:

MP stunned at actor's outburst
BBC News
Saturday, 4 May, 2002



A Scottish Labour MP is taking legal advice after the Hollywood star John Malkovich allegedly said he would like to shoot the politician.

Malkovich is reported to have said that the Glasgow Kelvin MP, George Galloway, was one of two people he would most like to kill.

The source of Malkovich's anger appears to be Mr Galloway's condemnation of Israel's action against Palestinians and his criticism of the west's policies on Iraq.

The actor was addressing students at the Cambridge union debating society when he was asked who he would most like to "fight to the death".

Malkovich, star of movies including Dangerous Liaisons and the Killing Fields, replied: "I'd rather just shoot them."

He named Mr Galloway and The Independent newspaper's Middle East correspondent Robert Fisk.

Union spokesman Julian Blake said: "He had been speaking to the union president before the event and he mentioned then that he read the British press and had been following George Galloway's comments.

"People were fairly surprised when he brought him up though."

'Terrorism climate'

The actor did not explain exactly why he disliked Mr Galloway. He said only that Mr Galloway did not tell the truth.

Mr Galloway said he was astonished that the actor should have such animosity against him.

The MP said he assumed that his outspoken criticism of American policy in the Middle East, Afghanistan and Iraq was behind the outburst.

"In the current climate of terrorism and violence and so on, if it was a joke it is not very funny and if it wasn't a joke, he will be hearing from my lawyers," he added.

"We can have a high noon at the Old Bailey if he likes.

'Very strange man'

"His comments are especially dangerous because in a couple of days' time, I will be in the Palestinian Authority visiting President Arafat and there are a lot of bullets flying around there."

Malkovich is in the UK filming Johnny English with Rowan Atkinson and Natalie Imbruglia.

Mr Galloway asked: "Who can get inside the head of John Malkovich, a very strange man offering a dangerous liaison - indeed, offering a killing field?"

Last month, Mr Galloway renewed his call for people in Scotland to boycott goods from Israel in response to violence in the Middle East.

Malkovich was right.

Regards, Ivan

13 posted on 04/21/2003 4:31:50 PM PDT by MadIvan
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In order to comply with the European Convention on Human Rights, Tony Blair has abolished the death penalty in treason cases . . .

A pity. Mr. Galloway sounds ideal for the gallows.

14 posted on 04/21/2003 4:33:55 PM PDT by dighton
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To: Steven W.
What makes this allegation especially worrying, however, is that the documents suggest that the money has been coming out of Iraq's oil-for-food programme.

Chirac, Schroeder, Chretien...who's next?

15 posted on 04/21/2003 4:33:58 PM PDT by Shermy
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To: Ernest_at_the_Beach; BOBTHENAILER; Shermy; NormsRevenge; Dog; Dog Gone; hchutch; Miss Marple; ...
A lot of us have felt that many of the haters or our President who have been such strong backers of the evil Soddomite were getting paid.

Make you wonder about Scott Ritter, most of the editors, publishers, writers for the NY/LA Slimes, Washington Compost, Peter Jennings, Dan Blather and everyone on CNN.

Yesterday, The Daily Telegraph's correspondent in Baghdad, David Blair, unearthed papers detailing alleged payments from Saddam's intelligence service to Mr Galloway through a Jordanian intermediary.

There is a word for taking money from enemy regimes: treason. What makes this allegation especially worrying, however, is that the documents suggest that the money has been coming out of Iraq's oil-for-food programme. In other words, the alleged payments did not come from some personal bank account of Saddam's, but out of the revenue intended to pay for food and medicines for Iraqi civilians: the very people whom Mr Galloway has been so fond of invoking.

Also, many of the so called real conservative writers since 9/11 have sounded as bad if not worse than the lefties of the press. Have they been on the take too?

16 posted on 04/21/2003 4:35:30 PM PDT by Grampa Dave (Being a Monthly Donor to Free Republic is the Right Thing to do!)
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To: MadIvan
I once said that Mr. Malkovich was wrong to say that Galloway and Fisk should be shot.

I would like to withdraw that statement as regards Galloway.

17 posted on 04/21/2003 4:36:18 PM PDT by The Hon. Galahad Threepwood
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To: ganesh; Klein-Bottle
Ping!

Garde la Foi, mes amis! Nous nous sommes les sauveurs de la République! Maintenant et Toujours!
(Keep the Faith, my friends! We are the saviors of the Republic! Now and Forever!)

LonePalm, le Républicain du verre cassé (The Broken Glass Republican)

18 posted on 04/21/2003 4:36:55 PM PDT by LonePalm (Commander and Chef)
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To: MadIvan
MadIvan, you post non-stop great things.

Thank you for all the time and effort it takes to do so.

19 posted on 04/21/2003 4:37:43 PM PDT by InkStone
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To: MadIvan
Haha! Galloway and Fisk. That's priceless. I always admired Malkovich's acting ability, especially in that movie being John Malkovich. (He was a good bad guy in ConAir too.) I didn't know he was our side of the political aisle.
20 posted on 04/21/2003 4:40:05 PM PDT by jjm2111
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To: dighton
In order to comply with the European Convention on Human Rights, Tony Blair has abolished the death penalty in treason cases . . .

Accidents can and do happen.
21 posted on 04/21/2003 4:44:48 PM PDT by Crusader21stCentury
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To: MadIvan

Maverick MP meets Saddam Hussein
22 posted on 04/21/2003 4:45:59 PM PDT by Shermy
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To: MadIvan
Holy COW.
23 posted on 04/21/2003 4:47:26 PM PDT by ellery
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To: Shermy
Please ask the "Telegraph" to tell the revenging Iraqis to pull out the Scott Ritter documents too.

Exactomundo!!!!!!

24 posted on 04/21/2003 4:48:37 PM PDT by aculeus
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Saddam's friend Galloway keeps odd company in Baghdad

"GEORGE GALLOWAY, the Labour backbencher, and Jörg Haider, the far-Right Austrian politician, trampled on the face of George Bush Snr yesterday after they arrived in Baghdad to appeal for an end to sanctions on Iraq. ......

25 posted on 04/21/2003 4:48:50 PM PDT by Shermy
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To: MadIvan
"Yesterday, The Daily Telegraph's correspondent in Baghdad, David Blair, unearthed papers detailing alleged payments from Saddam's intelligence service to Mr Galloway through a Jordanian intermediary."

Outrageous!! Hang the bastard!

26 posted on 04/21/2003 4:54:08 PM PDT by blam
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To: MEG33
I agree! Atleast he needs an audit. Should be charged with treason though. What'll they do? I know nothing of the laws over there.
27 posted on 04/21/2003 4:54:13 PM PDT by knak
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To: MadIvan
Whoa, Malkovich even has it over Kid Rock, who just wanted to slit Saddam's throat.
I always liked his acting, nice to know he's got some cahonas too lol
28 posted on 04/21/2003 4:54:27 PM PDT by visualops (This tagline was freed from an Iraqi prison by U.S. Armed Forces.)
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To: dighton; MadIvan; Happygal; general_re; BlueLancer; Poohbah; hellinahandcart
Treason-hating bump.
29 posted on 04/21/2003 4:56:04 PM PDT by aculeus
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To: Grampa Dave; Miss Marple; Shermy; MadIvan; All
"His projects and future plans for the benefit of the country need financial support to become a motive for him to do more work, and because of the sensitivity of getting money directly from Iraq it is necessary to grant him oil contracts and special commercial opportunities to provide him with a financial income under commercial cover without being connected to him directly."

One of these days, the post Iraq studies group will issue a preliminary report entitled

FUN WITH THE BADGDAD FILES

Until then, we will know the traitors by their sudden silence (Daschle/Clinton?) or by the periodic leak, which will serve to shut them up prior to the indictment.

Great post Ivan.....the snowball has started down the hill.

30 posted on 04/21/2003 4:58:04 PM PDT by BOBTHENAILER (Just like Black September. One by one, we're gonna get 'em.)
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To: aculeus
"Speechless" bump...
31 posted on 04/21/2003 4:58:42 PM PDT by hellinahandcart
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To: Stultis; sauropod; nutmeg
It'll knock the breath out of you, I promise.
32 posted on 04/21/2003 5:00:03 PM PDT by hellinahandcart
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To: BOBTHENAILER; Grampa Dave; Miss Marple; Shermy; MadIvan; All
FUN WITH THE BAGHDAD FILES

PROOFREAD
PROOFREAD

33 posted on 04/21/2003 5:01:02 PM PDT by BOBTHENAILER (Just like Black September. One by one, we're gonna get 'em.)
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To: BOBTHENAILER
It would be nice to read about evidence against any American traitors. Vamos a ver.

34 posted on 04/21/2003 5:02:43 PM PDT by Grand Old Partisan (You can read about my history of the GOP at www.republicanbasics.com)
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To: MadIvan
There is precedent in the case of Arthur Lynch, an Irish Nationalist MP who had served against the British state during the Boer War, and who, following his election, was sentenced to death (the sentence was commuted, and he was eventually pardoned; interestingly, he later became a British patriot, and recruited in Ireland for volunteers during the First World War).

Quite understandable how a Parnellite would sympathize with the Boers. What excuse does a left-wing Labourite have for taking money from a national-socialist-cum-Stalinist totalitarian state?

35 posted on 04/21/2003 5:03:48 PM PDT by aristeides
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To: Grand Old Partisan
BTW, all eleven traitors expelled from the U. S. Senate were Democrats.
36 posted on 04/21/2003 5:04:56 PM PDT by Grand Old Partisan (You can read about my history of the GOP at www.republicanbasics.com)
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To: Grampa Dave
I hope they find something on Jim McDermott or any others in congress that were supporters of Saddam.
37 posted on 04/21/2003 5:08:39 PM PDT by Brett66
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To: hellinahandcart
LOL! Thanks for the ping, but I'd just read it. I've been rubbing my hands with glee (and have only barely restrained myself from undignified "capering").
38 posted on 04/21/2003 5:09:10 PM PDT by Stultis
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To: Miss Marple; MadIvan
God bless Conrad Black.
39 posted on 04/21/2003 5:09:45 PM PDT by GunRunner
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To: MadIvan
Saddam had a number of "little helpers." I'm glad to see some of them being outed, and anxiously await even more.
40 posted on 04/21/2003 5:10:55 PM PDT by MizSterious ("The truth takes only seconds to tell."--Jack Straw)
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To: Grand Old Partisan
It would be nice to read about evidence against any American traitors. Vamos a ver.

es muy caliente in DC (forgive any spelling errors....I'm a little rusty

41 posted on 04/21/2003 5:11:06 PM PDT by BOBTHENAILER (Just like Black September. One by one, we're gonna get 'em.)
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To: MadIvan
Nice to know Mr. Blair was not for sale. I'm sure they tried.
42 posted on 04/21/2003 5:14:39 PM PDT by Bahbah (Pray for our Troops)
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To: Brett66
McDermott and the sleaze bag we have in our part of Northern California, Mike Thompson. Thompson never met a dictator that he was in lust for and didn't support.

Beside going with McDermott and Bonior to Baghdad. Last year Thompson went to Havana with a bunch of socialist/communist congressits to suckle at Castro's knee and to sing Happy Birthday to him.
45 posted on 04/21/2003 5:40:45 PM PDT by Grampa Dave (Being a Monthly Donor to Free Republic is the Right Thing to do!)
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To: MadIvan
I agree w/ Malkovich.
46 posted on 04/21/2003 5:42:19 PM PDT by sauropod (Beware the Nazgul. Beware the Uruk-Hai...)
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To: hellinahandcart
It'll knock the breath out of you, I promise.

It sure did! Wow, is Galloway toast, or what?! Thanks for the ping.

47 posted on 04/21/2003 5:42:34 PM PDT by nutmeg
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To: doug from upland
ping!
48 posted on 04/21/2003 5:43:39 PM PDT by nutmeg
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To: MadIvan
Yet another GREAT post, MI ... THANKS!
This is JUST THE BEGINNING of our being made aware of this sort of treason.
We are indeed fortunate to have at least one newpaper in the world that will print the facts and not hide them ......
49 posted on 04/21/2003 6:02:49 PM PDT by patricia
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To: MadIvan
Another reason to admire John Malkovich!
50 posted on 04/21/2003 6:08:28 PM PDT by Palladin (Proud to be a FReeper!)
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