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Snappy Answers To Stupid Antiwar Soundbites
The Jewish Press ^ | 3/5/2003 | Tom Adkins

Posted on 03/08/2003 12:41:10 PM PST by veronica

Use this handy guide to tell you which snappy answer to give whenever a liberal uses stupid soundbites to help Saddam Hussein.

1) “The United States is taking unilateral action against Iraq.”

So far, it`s a 90-member worldwide "unilateral" coalition.

2) “We are in a rush to war.”

An 11-year rush?

3) “Tough inspections can disarm Saddam Hussein without our having to invade Iraq.”

Eleven years of inspections have done wonders so far.

4) “We should let the inspectors finish their job.”

We did. They didn`t. We will.

5) “Why fight? The Iraqi military is weaker than in 1991.”

But their biological and chemical weapons are much more dangerous.

6) “There`s no proof of those weapons.”

We know they have `em, we know they hide `em, and we have tape recordings and photographs. What more is needed? An Iraqi rocket in Martin Sheen`s pocket?

7) “If we invade, Saddam might use those weapons of mass destruction against us.”

I thought you said Iraq didn`t have them?

8) “But terrorists might attack if we invade Iraq.”

Oh — so if we don`t attack Iraq, terrorists will never strike again?

9) “We shouldn`t go to war without a UN resolution.”

ANOTHER resolution? What about the last 16 resolutions? Shall we use them as wallpaper? Or shall we use the same resolutions Bill Clinton used in Bosnia?

10) “We don`t have a real declaration for war.”

It`s called "Joint Congressional Resolution #114.

11) “We are giving $20 billion to Turkey. We could use that money at home.”

OK, we`ll use that money to strengthen our Iraqi border with Wyoming.

12) “If North Korea has nuclear weapons, why aren`t we invading them first?”

Uh, hello, isn`t that the point?

13) “European leaders are against the war.”

The Reichstag wasn`t attacked. The Grande Place wasn`t attacked. The Kremlin wasn`t attacked. And the Jerry Lewis Lifetime Achievement Museum wasn`t attacked. America was attacked. And besides, even with the tantrums of France, Belgium and Germany, only three European nations aren`t willing to defend freedom. The rest of Europe is with America.

14) “The French don`t support the war.”

Oh — did they surrender already?

15) “Germany objects to this war.”

Germany objected to Reagan`s "attitude" toward the Soviet Union. Of course, they objected to our presence in 1943 as well.

16) “Belgians are against the war.”

I can live without waffles and ice cream.

17) “The Russians don’t support the war.”

They’re still angry over Reagan`s brilliant Cold War victory.

18) “Polls show Europeans are against this war.”

Polls show Europeans believe their freedom was achieved by endlessly debating in marvelous dining halls, conveniently forgetting their right to be pompous blowhards was granted with American blood, not fabulous wine and Brie.

19) “We should build a coalition with our friends.”

With friends like these, who needs enemies?

20) “What happens if we can`t build a United Nations coalition?”

Who cares?

21) “But the UN is the world`s most respected governing body.”

Not as respected as the U.S. military.

22) “America has always waited until enemies attacked.”

Now that oceans can`t hold back enemies, pre-emptive war is forever a necessity.

23) “War will cost billions!”

So — how much is YOUR city worth?

24) “President Bush says he`s willing to violate the 1976 executive order forbidding assassinations of foreign leaders.”

As soon as the ink is dry on rescinding that idiotic order, will someone please pull the trigger? The line forms to the right.”

25) “Many senators don`t support Bush.”

Are you speaking of the senators from Bordeaux?

26) “Tom Daschle says George Bush has a ‘credibility gap’”

When was the last time we came to Tom Daschle for the truth?

27) “These problems didn`t happen under Clinton.”

Actually, they happened. But Clinton ignored them. Now Bush will clean up his mess.

28) “But Clinton didn`t start a war.”

Not unless his girlfriend was testifying before Congress.

29) “The first President Bush should have taken out Hussein in `91.”

That 1991 UN resolution forbade a march on Baghdad. Remember?

30) “Millions of peace activists are demanding we stop the march to war.”

Millions of Iraqis are begging for us to start the war.

31) “Thousands of innocents will be killed or injured.”

That`s a lot less than Hussein has killed and is killing.

32) “Young Americans will die in battle.”

Would you prefer they die in skyscrapers?

33) “Protesters have genuine objections to war.”

Just like they did in Somalia? Bosnia?

34) “People are coming from all over the world to be human shields on behalf of Saddam.”

Quick, hurry before the bombs start dropping.

35) “This is about American imperialism.”

So which country do we own? What nation sends us its tax dollars? If America were imperialist, we`d already own the entire world. Who could stand in our way?

36) “This is blood for oil.”

The only blood here has been that of Iraqis tortured, starved and killed while Hussein builds massive palaces to hide nuclear weapons — all financed with Iraqi oil.

37) “This is a racist war.”

America happily endorses a multicultural attitude toward anyone who dares to take away our freedom. Regardless of race, color or creed, we hunt them down and kill them.

38) “A U.S.-led invasion of Iraq is a great recruiting tool for terrorists.”

Have fun recruiting people into oppressive misery as they enjoy their first taste of freedom.

39) “An attack on Iraq could seriously undermine and destabilize Arab nations.”

Destabilize the region? The sooner we topple these oppressive 14th century terrorist regimes the better.

40) “Are we prepared for a multi-billion dollar occupation?”

Were we prepared to liberate Europe and Japan in 1945? South Korea in 1953? Grenada? El Salvador? Kuwait? The Eastern Bloc? Afghanistan? Nations always love Americans when we rescue them from tyranny. The price of freedom is never free.

41) “Polls show Americans are more concerned about the threat from Al Qaeda than the threat from Iraq.”

It`s not a war against Al Qaeda. It`s not a war against Iraq. It`s a war against terrorism. Anywhere we find it. One nation at a time.

42) “American opinion is against the war.”

No, it`s not. A majority of Americans want to fight now, not later.

43) “According to a recent poll...”

You know what? Flush those polls. We`re in a war against terrorism. If you don`t want to fight the vile murderers, get the hell out of the way. Go visit Paris. Or Antwerp. Or Berlin. Or Moscow. And stay there. Forever. But this time, don`t call us when the Visigoths are at the gates.

Tom Adkins is publisher of the website CommonConservative.com, where this column originally appeared.


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1 posted on 03/08/2003 12:41:10 PM PST by veronica
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To: veronica
Bump for the truth.
2 posted on 03/08/2003 12:51:35 PM PST by Normal4me
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To: walkingman
Good one. Posters are encouraged to add their own version of "Snappy Answers To Stupid Antiwar Soundbites." :))
4 posted on 03/08/2003 12:53:35 PM PST by veronica
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To: veronica
I like it!
5 posted on 03/08/2003 12:56:33 PM PST by Free Vulcan
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To: veronica
27) “These problems didn`t happen under Clinton.”

Here is an example of that rotten man's idea of leadership, push it aside for another administration to deal with more resolutely. The impeached president X42 Bubba Clinton didn't want to have to deal with Saddam so he bombed what he believed to be some of Saddam's weapons program to set him back a few years so Bubba wouldn't have to deal with it (leave this mess for some later President).

Read this from the recent Atlantic interview with Der Slickmeister:

So I think we have to try to give the sanctions one more chance. He's not going to live forever,[NOTE: This strategy has worked wonders in deposing Fidel Castro < /sarcasm >] there are options for regime change short of bombing the living daylights out of them. And we know that these... we know that the inspectors have gotten a ton of stuff out of there. But the effort of trying will bring us together.

[londwinded snip...]

But I'm pretty sure this is the right thing to do. Press ahead with this thing, try to.... we knew when we did the bombing in '98 that we hit all the known or suspected sites based on the intelligence we had, from all the people that were doing that work there. we knew at the time that we had set his program back a couple years. But sooner or later in the millennium the new Administration, whether it was Gore's or Bush's, would have to take this matter up again.


6 posted on 03/08/2003 12:57:10 PM PST by weegee
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To: veronica
Book marked for memorization
7 posted on 03/08/2003 12:57:24 PM PST by bert (Don't Panic !)
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To: veronica; Howlin; Liz; Mudboy Slim
“We are in a rush to war.”

Unca Teddy said something like this just this past week.

What a goober...

8 posted on 03/08/2003 12:58:18 PM PST by Libloather
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To: veronica
Bump and Bookmark
9 posted on 03/08/2003 12:59:29 PM PST by Gamecock (You take your Germany, France and Spain, roll them all together and it wouldn't give us room to park)
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To: veronica
What a great list!

Thanks, veronica.

10 posted on 03/08/2003 1:03:51 PM PST by reformed_democrat
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To: Libloather
3) “Tough inspections can disarm Saddam Hussein without our having to invade Iraq.”

And 250,000 military right on the border.

11 posted on 03/08/2003 1:06:42 PM PST by Howlin (Only UNamericans put the UN before America!)
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To: veronica
23) “War will cost billions!”

The cost to clean up just New York after 9/11, at last count, was more than $105 billion. And that's just the money. What about the lives lost, the lives ruined, the jobs lost, the damage to our economy?

12 posted on 03/08/2003 1:07:04 PM PST by giotto
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To: weegee
Joint Congressional Resolution #114

Question about that resolution:

Did it say that Bush had to go to the U.N.?
13 posted on 03/08/2003 1:08:08 PM PST by Howlin (Only UNamericans put the UN before America!)
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To: veronica
I love these debates. The left is so mindless that they think we don't notice that they put their political ambitions ahead of national security. Therefore they can't really make an intelligent argument.


The same people that protest us going to war will be the same ones that will want the President removed when we get the next terrorist attack, claiming he didn't do enough to protect us.


Our Christian conservative President won't get the approval of the hardcore left no matter what he does.
14 posted on 03/08/2003 1:12:52 PM PST by dagoofyfoot
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To: veronica
another bump
15 posted on 03/08/2003 1:16:33 PM PST by talleyman (Violins never solved anything!)
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To: giotto
"It's all about oil!"

That's why we're sending troops to Canada, Mexico and Venezuela, right?

17 posted on 03/08/2003 1:18:26 PM PST by hunter112
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To: dagoofyfoot
Bump
18 posted on 03/08/2003 1:19:43 PM PST by maranatha
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To: veronica
I only take issue with #22 -- this is NOT pre-emptive. It's a continuation of hostilities from '91 that were never resolved. Saddam Insane never met the terms that defined the "end" of that war. We will now ensure that he does, once and for all.

#18 is my favorite: “Polls show Europeans are against this war.” Polls show Europeans believe their freedom was achieved by endlessly debating in marvelous dining halls, conveniently forgetting their right to be pompous blowhards was granted with American blood, not fabulous wine and Brie.

That's beautiful!

19 posted on 03/08/2003 1:29:33 PM PST by workerbee
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To: veronica
16 Belgium is unsure what to do."

That's what they do. They waffle. That's who they are.

20 posted on 03/08/2003 1:29:37 PM PST by at bay
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To: Britton J Wingfield
ping :)
21 posted on 03/08/2003 1:30:48 PM PST by cateizgr8
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To: veronica
22) “America has always waited until enemies attacked.”

Like in Kosovo?

22 posted on 03/08/2003 1:33:23 PM PST by weegee
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To: Coolhair1
Yo, Tom! Still got the ol' cans of whoop-ass, I see. Great article.
23 posted on 03/08/2003 1:42:10 PM PST by Physicist
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To: Libloather
Answer to Uncle Teddy re the U.S. in a rush to war:

We GAVE peace a chance -- for YEARS; we GOT 9/11! How many more horrific incidents do we need on our shores?
24 posted on 03/08/2003 1:44:27 PM PST by CarmelValleyite
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To: veronica
Consider these excerpts in a reply from and sent to me by Wisconsin Senator Herb Kohl:

"...By any measure, Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein is one of the world's most active supporters of terrorism and a major contributor to regional instability in the Middle East. He is a ruthless dictator who has violently stifled dissent and presided over a regime rife with corruption and graft...

"...I believe the security of our nation depends on disarming Iraq and containing this regime notorious for its deceptions and ruthlessness. I voted for the Iraq resolution, H.Res. 114, to support the President...It is my hope that this show of unity from the American government will achieve our goal of disarming Iraq without war."

I'm not kidding you, these are direct quotes provided to me in writing. This United States Senator is telling me he thought a vote by the US Congress would give him hope that this would be enough to disarm Iraq without war.

The Senator continues:

"...I have always said we should not commit US troops abroad without the support of the international community. The costs are too great for us to take unilateral action unless we have no other choice..."

(There's that "unilateral action" thing again, ignoring the facts and realities of the nations allied in this united effort.)

Senator Kohl also writes, "...it is clear that Iraq is a rogue regime of the worst kind, [however] my vote was not an endorsement of a policy of preemptive war...Going in for the sole purpose of overthrowing the current Iraqi regime would be destabilizing...we cannot be the world's policeman, offering to make the world safe by eliminating each and every tyrant. My vote in favor of the resolution was to authorize the President to gather a world force against the threat of a dangerous regime armed with chemical, biological, and possibly nuclear weapons, and to disarm that regime...."

Nope, wouldn't want to destabilize a "dangerous regime armed with chemical, biological, and possibly nuclear weapons", a nation the Senator writes is "...one of the world's most active supporters of terrorism and a major contributor to regional instability in the Middle East." Such a regime would, apparently in Senator Kohl's thoughts, be the model of stability, despite feeling Saddam Hussein "...is a ruthless dictator who has violently stifled dissent and presided over a regime rife with corruption and graft...."

So, despite Saddam's contributions to the instability of the Middle East, Senator Kohl feels his removal by the United States -- unstated to also include, of course, the United Kingdom, Spain, Bulgaria, Poland, and a host of other nations around the globe -- would somehow worsen this situation?

After stabilizing the Middle East, I say we work harder toward finding LEADERS in this nation, Leaders like George W. Bush and other men and women of courage and vision, who do not fawn from the mightiest of challenges.
25 posted on 03/08/2003 1:49:02 PM PST by Chummy
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To: workerbee
I only take issue with #22 -- this is NOT pre-emptive

Well, to some degree it is pre-emptive since we are not responding directly to an attack. However, war is always executed in this fashion. Armies do not sit and wait between battles for the enemy to attack in order to justify a response. They take the battle to the enemy to deny him comfort, supplies, funding, etc. They attack pre-emptively whenever possible.

The battle for Iraq is a part of the overall War on Terror. We go there to deny terrorists access to arms and money. There is no need to wait for another attack on our soil to justify denying comfort to the enemy.

26 posted on 03/08/2003 1:50:46 PM PST by EvilOverlord (Body armor goes well with ANY outfit)
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To: workerbee
“Polls show Europeans are against this war.”

And we're to leave the safety of American Citizens at the mercy of those who don't know the facts and couldn't care less?

27 posted on 03/08/2003 1:52:55 PM PST by alancarp (anti-Hollywood idiots petition: http://www.ipetitions.com/campaigns/hollywoodceleb/)
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To: veronica
23) “War will cost billions!”

So — how much is YOUR city worth?

Manhattan developer Larry Silverstein estimates the cost of rebuilding the lost office space from WTC at $5-6B. This does not account for the $7B spent on cleanup nor the $100s of Billions the attacks have cost the economy.

28 posted on 03/08/2003 2:00:11 PM PST by Straight Vermonter (http://www.angelfire.com/ultra/terroristscorecard/index.html)
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To: veronica
The Human Shields thing continues to be a laugh riot.


29 posted on 03/08/2003 2:01:50 PM PST by alancarp (anti-Hollywood idiots petition: http://www.ipetitions.com/campaigns/hollywoodceleb/)
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To: veronica
“Why fight? The Iraqi military is weaker than in 1991.”

Until you can guarantee me that you can provide our military with a 24 hour notice before any Saddam lackey provides biological, chemical or nuclear material or weapons to a terrorist, along with the exact coordinates and travel route so we can destroy it, shut the f*ck up.

30 posted on 03/08/2003 2:08:36 PM PST by leadpencil1
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To: veronica
"ARE THEY FOR US OR AGAINST US?" (Updated Daily.)

31 posted on 03/08/2003 2:09:11 PM PST by Cindy
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To: veronica
Pretty snappy!!!
32 posted on 03/08/2003 2:31:34 PM PST by Chi-townChief
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To: alancarp
Many more have left because they didn't want to die:

They got tired of the food and the tv at the hotel didn't get MTV. Plus even in all that heat and sun, the women were not permitted to get a tan in bikinis.

On the upside, Al Jazeera had news stories two days before Pacifica and NPR broadcast them.

33 posted on 03/08/2003 2:42:13 PM PST by weegee
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To: veronica
Bump!
34 posted on 03/08/2003 4:40:54 PM PST by enough
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To: veronica
The More Things Change - The More Things Stay The Same

35 posted on 03/08/2003 5:18:12 PM PST by Happy2BMe (HOLLYWOOD:Ask not what U can do for your country, ask what U can do for Iraq!)
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To: veronica
Awesome BUMP!
36 posted on 03/08/2003 8:45:30 PM PST by HighRoadToChina (Never Again!)
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To: veronica
It always gets me that the same people who said Bush didn't do enough to stop 9/11 in advance are now saying Iraq hasn't done anything to us yet, so we shouldn't do anything until after they do.
37 posted on 03/08/2003 8:55:18 PM PST by ConservativeLawyer (More Blix Trix)
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To: giotto
Liberals always make an issue over how much it costs to defend this country. Funny they never obsess about how much it costs to run all their useless and stupid, not to mention unconstitutional domestic programs.
38 posted on 03/08/2003 9:01:12 PM PST by goldstategop
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To: veronica
Nice find...
39 posted on 03/08/2003 9:09:54 PM PST by F16Fighter (There is NO difference between the French and Democrats.)
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To: veronica
This is not new when I say that Clinton is the reason for this mess.

1 There is no doubt that the 1996 "Oil for food" program which is now helping divide the west was passed in the UN under Clintons nose.

2 When they tried to bring the WTC down in 1993? Maybe that should have set off alarms.

3 It was maybe Kobar Towers where the US should have gotten engaged.

4 After the 3rd attempt to bomb a US Navy ship was successful "USS Cole" we possibly should have done something.

5 How about when several US embassies just blow up in Africa simultaneously, should that have caused a reaction?

What I can't believe is that there is still support for this creep within the American public. What I can't believe is that he (Clinton) has in no way ever stated that he made a mistake or that his foreign policies were a complete and utter FAILURE.

1 It is almost unbelievable that he was able to be at the return of American fallen soldiers with no since of guilt, when it was his administration that pulled out all the heavy hitters because we were not an "Army of occupation" in Somalia.

2 It is sickening to think that he readily took credit for Bush seniors work. Making sure his face is between Arafat and Rabin during there signing of the 1994 peace accord, but immediately pushed off all responsibility when under his administration (later) the whole middle east just began to unravel.

It is just disgusting to think that all you need to be a president is to have a choreographed voice, good speechwriter and be able to manage fake facial expressions. A president who committed perjury, adultery with someone half his age. A president that bragged about how he was bleeding the military financially and fashionably called it the "peace dividend". An administration where half left/got fired for hiring illegal aliens, giving their corporate buddies government contracts (Braun who died in a plane crash) etcetera. A president that said during the election “don’t arm the Bosnians so they can defend themselves, that’s wrong”, but then after he got elected did just that what Bush senior recommended during the elections. By the way, was it not Clinton who said we’d be in Bosnia for no more than one (1) year? How can America even want to hear what this ASS has to say? Let him go to Europe and tour there. They like him over there, he fits in.

Clinton is directly (not indirectly in a round about way) responsible for the tragedy of 9-11. It is incredible that you can get busted in the government for stealing a $.50 pen (fraud waste and abuse), but there are no laws, no fines, it is no crime, to be grossly incompetent. You can legally get thousands killed because of your ignorance, that’s OK, and the American public says NOTHING!
40 posted on 03/08/2003 9:47:29 PM PST by Red6
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To: veronica

NO MORE WMD’s FOR OIL


41 posted on 03/08/2003 10:00:26 PM PST by Kay Soze (F - France and Germany - They are my Nation's and my Family's enemies.)
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To: veronica
23) "War will cost billions!"

I don't see it. People in the military get paid their salaries and given food, housing, supplies, etc whether they are in Iraq or Korea or Texas. Mile for mile, it costs no more to sail a ship through the Persian Gulf than it does in the open Pacific. Mile for mile, it costs no more to fly a plane over Iraq than over California. Munitions cost the same whether they're used in a war or a firing range.

The only extra monetary costs I can see of any significance coming out of a war would be healthcare for those who get wounded and to replace the plane or two that get shot down. But compared to the overall federal budget, that's pocket change.

42 posted on 03/08/2003 10:23:18 PM PST by The Jabberwock
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To: Red6
BUMP

The man did not care to resolve the mess. The pestering attacks went unanswered.

Clinton focused "national security" on a mythical boogeyman tied in with right wing extremists who "sought to bring down the American government". His proof of this was Oklahoma City, fueled by his chief critics in "conservative talk radio". He successfully spun that rhetoric to re-election when it looked like he was doomed to be a single term president.

43 posted on 03/09/2003 2:35:12 AM PST by weegee
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To: Libloather
The NOW bunch endorses murder, rape and torture!
44 posted on 03/09/2003 2:44:49 AM PST by gulfcoast6 (A drowning man does not complaing about the size of a life preserver.)
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To: gulfcoast6
The NOW bunch endorses murder, rape and torture! in Iraq. They not only endorse but worship mass murder in this country, too.
45 posted on 03/09/2003 2:58:53 AM PST by Aeronaut (This project is so important, we can't let things that are more important interfere with it.)
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To: Aeronaut
NOW defended a powerful and prominent rapist and sexual harasser as well. Even Bubba does not deny the rape charge these days (he defers to his lawyer's statement on the matter).
46 posted on 03/09/2003 3:23:05 AM PST by weegee
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To: veronica
GREAT POST.

I PLAN TO USE IT WHEREVER WORKABLE

THANKS
47 posted on 03/09/2003 4:33:05 AM PST by Quix (MARCH BIBLE CODES DIGEST LATEST RESEARCH COMPARES WAR AND PEACE VS BIBLE W SURPRISES 4 BOTH SIDES)
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To: weegee
Your right.

He did turn everything into an anti-gun lets chase the WASP boogieman issue after his medical reform, social security reform, 100,000 more teachers program failed.

The sad thing is that things such as Waco and Ruby Ridge were self-induced by an ATF/FBI/Government on the hunt for this Boogieman.
48 posted on 03/09/2003 5:21:03 AM PST by Red6
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To: Howlin
3) “Tough inspections can disarm Saddam Hussein without our having to invade Iraq.”

You almost got it right. The correct answer is: And we're going to send 250,00 in real soon!

49 posted on 03/09/2003 5:37:19 AM PST by Jimmy Valentine's brother (Let the US and British led weapon inspections in force start now!)
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To: Jimmy Valentine's brother
500,000 pairs of hands and eyes!
50 posted on 03/09/2003 5:40:49 AM PST by Howlin (Only UNamericans put the UN before America!)
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