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    algore: GHWB to blame for ignoring Iraq's ties to terror....

    according to algore, "evidence hussien was promoting terrorism, pursuing a nuclear weapons program"......."GHWB concealed the intentions of hussien from the American people"...."I went to the senate floor demanding tough action against hussien"..."memorandum claims Iraq was cooperating with terrorists, working hard on biological and chemical weapons"...."CIA reports hussien trying to cladestinely procuring nukes".."Iraq had a record of terrorism yet was still pursuing weapons of mass destruction including chemical and biological"....to quote, "the assertion that Iraq/hussien would change their terrorist ways out of fear of economis and other sanctions is ridiculous"....

    Youtube video from breitbart showing a pompous, arrogant algore....

    [url]http://www.breitbart.tv/html/1602.html[/url]

    the final minute of the video is classic when compared to the way the clintonistas/algore "looked the other way" as AQ/OBL were carrying out attacks against America....
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    [QUOTE=Come Back to NY]according to algore, "evidence hussien was promoting terrorism, pursuing a nuclear weapons program"......."GHWB concealed the intentions of hussien from the American people"...."I went to the senate floor demanding tough action against hussien"..."memorandum claims Iraq was cooperating with terrorists, working hard on biological and chemical weapons"...."CIA reports hussien trying to cladestinely procuring nukes".."Iraq had a record of terrorism yet was still pursuing weapons of mass destruction including chemical and biological"....to quote, "the assertion that Iraq/hussien would change their terrorist ways out of fear of economis and other sanctions is ridiculous"....

    Youtube video from breitbart showing a pompous, arrogant algore....

    [url]http://www.breitbart.tv/html/1602.html[/url]

    the final minute of the video is classic when compared to the way the clintonistas/algore "looked the other way" as AQ/OBL were carrying out attacks against America....[/QUOTE]

    Usted es un hombre muy enojado. ¿No tiene usted el trabajo de escribir de seguros para archivar? ¿Los gastos del tiempo fregando el Internet para ejemplos de la hipocresía de administraciones pasadas son la razón mis primas de seguros son tan altas, es ello no?

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    [QUOTE=PlumberKhan]Usted es un hombre muy enojado. ¿No tiene usted el trabajo de escribir de seguros para archivar? ¿Los gastos del tiempo fregando el Internet para ejemplos de la hipocresía de administraciones pasadas son la razón mis primas de seguros son tan altas, es ello no?[/QUOTE]

    Podobać się zatykać robienie ów.

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    [QUOTE=PlumberKhan]Usted es un hombre muy enojado. ¿No tiene usted el trabajo de escribir de seguros para archivar? ¿Los gastos del tiempo fregando el Internet para ejemplos de la hipocresía de administraciones pasadas son la razón mis primas de seguros son tan altas, es ello no?[/QUOTE]

    ningún tamiz de mierda. los seguros están probablemente a alto basados en la historia de ser un criminal.
    Last edited by Come Back to NY; 06-12-2007 at 02:47 PM.

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    Great video CBTNY.

    How anyone can take this steaming pile of monkey sh*t seriously is beyond me....

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    [QUOTE=Come Back to NY]ningún tamiz de mierda. los seguros están probablemente a alto basados en la historia de ser un criminal.[/QUOTE]

    Es gracioso. Es exactamente lo que su esposa me dijo la vez pasada que le di un facial. Ella dijo que yo era un criminal. Dios, amo la conversación sucia...

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    [QUOTE=PlumberKhan]Es gracioso. Es exactamente lo que su esposa me dijo la vez pasada que le di un facial. Ella dijo que yo era un criminal. Dios, amo la conversación sucia...[/QUOTE]


    .... interesante su esposa no dijo nada; ¡demasiado ocupado de mi zapapico en su boca después de que la bombeé en las nalgas! .... ella tenía realmente una sonrisa grande más tarde...

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    [QUOTE=DeanPatsFan]Great video CBTNY.

    How anyone can take this steaming pile of monkey sh*t seriously is beyond me....[/QUOTE]

    BUSH LIED!!!

    but the rats were telling the truth......

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    [IMG]http://i164.photobucket.com/albums/u17/jetdawgg/bush_pinocchio_sm.jpg[/IMG]

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    [QUOTE][B]Al Gore's Memory Challenge
    June 12, 2007
    by Bob Parks
    Example One [/B]
    For the last few years, former Vice President Al Gore has been taking every opportunity to remind the American people that George W. Bush took us to war about weapons of mass destruction that were never there, and a terrorist threat in cahoots with Saddam Hussein that never existed.

    At a 2002 speech at George University Law Center, Gore said,

    "They dare not admit the truth lest they look like complete fools for launching our country into a reckless, discretionary war against a nation that posed no immediate threat to us whatsoever."

    In remarks to MoveOn.org at New York University on August 7, 2003, Gore said,

    “I'm convinced that one of the reasons that we didn't have a better public debate before the Iraq War started is because so many of the impressions that the majority of the country had back then turn out to have been completely wrong. Leaving aside for the moment the question of how these false impressions got into the public's mind, it might be healthy to take a hard look at the ones we now know were wrong and clear the air so that we can better see exactly where we are now and what changes might need to be made.”

    Some of the “false impressions” Gore talked about almost ten years earlier in a speech to the liberal Center for National Policy included:

    "Saddam was about to give the terrorists poison gas and deadly germs that he had made into weapons which they could use to kill millions of Americans. Therefore common sense alone dictated that we should send our military into Iraq in order to protect our loved ones and ourselves against a grave threat."

    "Saddam was on the verge of building nuclear bombs and giving them to the terrorists. And since the only thing preventing Saddam from acquiring a nuclear arsenal was access to enriched uranium, once our spies found out that he had bought the enrichment technology he needed and was actively trying to buy uranium from Africa…"

    Hold the phone!

    Saddam trying to buy uranium from Africa? That can't be. Joe Wilson said that never happened; it was made up to justify the war. Both Wilson and Gore can't be wrong…?

    "… we had very little time left. Therefore it seemed imperative during last Fall's election campaign to set aside less urgent issues like the economy and instead focus on the congressional resolution approving war against Iraq."

    "Now, of course, everybody knows that every single one of these impressions was just dead wrong."

    So while President George H.W. Bush believed the Iraqi dictator's behavior could be modified and was bashed by Gore for his naivete, today's Al Gore goes around the world stating that Saddam Hussein was just an innocent bystander, thrown under the George W. Bush bus of lies, distortion, deceit, lust for oil, power, erosion of the American people's civil liberties (or lack thereof), and mass murder.

    Should he become a presidential candidate for 2008, Al Gore had better hope his liberal friends at YouTube (Google) disable all video posts political or words like these will show the nation just how pathological the Inventor of the Internet still is.[/QUOTE]

    [url]http://blackandright.mensnewsdaily.com/2007/06/12/al-gores-memory-challenge/[/url]

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    BbbwwwhhhaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaHaaaHaaaaa!

    Let's see if I've got this straight--Bush Sr. knew all this about the Saddumb/terrorism/WMD connection then the Clintoon/Bore admin did zip about it for 8 years, then along comes W and does something about it, and he the villian??

    And the 'rats think W's the dumb one? :rolleyes: :rolleyes:

    Al Bore just validated W's actions in Iraq! Boy that should play good in 'ratville!! :cool:
    Last edited by asuusa; 06-12-2007 at 10:53 PM.

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    [QUOTE=asuusa]Let's see if I've got this straight--Bush Sr. knew all this about the Saddumb/terrorism/WMD connection then the Clintoon/Bore admin did zip about it for 8 years, then along comes W and does something about it, and he the villian??

    And the 'rats think W's the dumb one? :rolleyes: :rolleyes:

    Al Bore just validated W's actions in Iraq! Boy that should play good in 'ratville!! :cool:[/QUOTE]


    and nothing from the libs on this board except stupid pictures and insults in spanish.....

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    [QUOTE=asuusa]Let's see if I've got this straight--Bush Sr. knew all this about the Saddumb/terrorism/WMD connection then the Clintoon/Bore admin did zip about it for 8 years, then along comes W and does something about it, and he the villian??

    And the 'rats think W's the dumb one? :rolleyes: :rolleyes:

    Al Bore just validated W's actions in Iraq! Boy that should play good in 'ratville!! :cool:[/QUOTE]

    Heres the other thing that Bush Sr knew...Going into Baghdad and overthrowing Saddam would be an incredibly foolish thing and would only open a pandora's box of chaos/violence/extremism. They also knew that, while Saddam was a madman, the USA was much better off with him in power and contained than the alternative (what we see now). Thats why he did not go into Baghdad and left him in power. A wise move. Something his infantile cowboy son could not understand

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    That's a hell of a video CBTNY. Whether or not invading Iraq was the smart move, the contention on the left has always been that Iraq never posed a threat to the US nor did Sadam ever pursue WMDs.

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    [QUOTE=pauliec]That's a hell of a video CBTNY. Whether or not invading Iraq was the smart move, the contention on the left has always been that Iraq never posed a threat to the US nor did Sadam ever pursue WMDs.[/QUOTE]

    He didnt.

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    [Quote=]Gore’s ‘92 speech on Iraq — and why the right has it wrong
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    Yesterday, Hot Air, a leading far-right site, posted a YouTube clip from 1992 in which Al Gore blasted the Bush/Quayle team for its Iraq policy. The right was instantly giddy over the video because, as Hot Air perceived it, the clip proves that Gore is a “craven opportunist.” (via Too Sense)

    The thesis of the Gore speech: Reagan-Bush had looked the other way and let Saddam Hussein become a terroristic [sic] menace and a WMD developer. They had ignored Saddam’s many operational ties to terrorists over the years so they could maintain relations with him and offset the threat from the mullahs in Iran.

    That’s a relatively accurate description. Gore’s speech highlighted a wide variety of Saddam Hussein’s terrorist tendencies, and H.W. Bush’s response to each — which was always tolerance. No matter what Iraq did, and how much it promoted terrorism, and how often it would use chemical weapons, Bush 41 preferred to look the other way.

    Gore’s point, in the context of the 1992 presidential campaign was clear — if H.W. Bush wants credit for the 1991 Gulf War, he ought to also accept responsibility for helping enable Saddam Hussein for the better part of a decade.

    The right seems to think this should be a stunning embarrassment for Gore. One far-right blogger cited the video as proof that Gore “flip-flopped” and was a “warmonger.” Hot Air argued, “Just so we’re clear on this, the 1992 version of Gore accused Bush 41 of lying by minimizing the threat that Saddam posed to the US and the world. The current version of Gore accuses Bush 43 of lying by overstating the threat that Saddam posed to the US and the world.” Rush Limbaugh has the Gore clip in heavy rotation. I haven’t seen the reports, but several conservative sites noted that Fox News has picked up the Gore clip and have been having fun with it.

    I’m curious if any of these conservatives who are so enthralled by the Gore video have actually thought this one through.

    None of the conservatives who’ve promoted the video have made any effort to criticize the substance of Gore’s remarks in 1992, which suggests that they believe he was right — Saddam was sponsoring terrorism, using chemical weapons, and faced no adverse consequences at all from the Reagan/Bush/Quayle team(s).

    So if Gore was right in ‘92, what are his critics complaining about? That he must be some kind of hypocritical opportunist for accusing Bush 41 of enabling Saddam while criticizing Bush 43 for attacking Saddam.

    But the argument doesn’t withstand any real scrutiny. Gore was right in both instances — Bush 41 was wrong to repeatedly cooperate with and reach out to a brutal dictator, and Bush 43 was wrong to launch an unnecessary war under false pretenses and then bungle the conflict every step of the way. The right sees a contradiction here. There isn’t.

    This far-right blog’s take was my personal favorite:

    “[I]f President George H.W. Bush deserves blame for not taking action against Saddam Hussein, how much blame shall we unload on the Clinton-Gore administration that had 8 years after this speech to do it… yet failed to.”

    Well, here’s the thing: Clinton/Gore didn’t fail to take action. On the contrary — Clinton/Gore effectively disarmed Saddam.

    Iraq’s weapons and facilities, [David Kay said], had been destroyed in three phases: by allied bombardment in the 1991 Gulf War; by U.N. inspectors in the half-decade after that war; and by President Clinton’s 1998 bombing campaign. (Clinton’s airstrikes, by now widely forgotten, were even at the time widely dismissed as a political diversion; they took place during the weekend when the House of Representatives voted for impeachment. But according to Kay, they destroyed Iraq’s remaining infrastructure for building chemical weapons.) Kay adds that Saddam tried to resuscitate some of these programs, but — due to sanctions, fear of inspections, and lack of resources — he was not able to do so.

    Gore said Saddam Hussein was dangerous in 1992. That’s true. Gore said Bush 41 looked the other way while Saddam got more dangerous. That’s true. Gore said the U.S. needed to do more to address the Iraqi threat, and then was part of the administration that disarmed Saddam’s regime. That’s true. Years later, Gore said a war against Iraq was unnecessary and would be a tragic mistake. That’s true.

    In other words, the right is trumpeting a video clip that makes Gore look better — he’s not only right about Iraq policy now, he’s been right about Iraq policy for 15 years.

    Why conservatives are anxious to make this point remains a mystery. [/Quote]

    Now I'm going to give this my best CBTNY sign off .... :rolleyes:

    Once again the Republi-CONS and their right-wing ditto heads continue their hypocrisy and lies. Instead of trying to clean up their own mess they are looking to twist words and rail against others in a desperate attempt to distract us from what is going on.

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    [QUOTE=F-4 Phantom][url]http://www.thecarpetbaggerreport.com/archives/11111.html#more-11111[/url]



    Now I'm going to give this my best CBTNY sign off .... :rolleyes:

    Once again the Republi-CONS and their right-wing ditto heads continue their hypocrisy and lies. Instead of trying to clean up their own mess they are looking to twist words and rail against others in a desperate attempt to distract us from what is going on.[/QUOTE]

    nice spin from a leftist lunatic site....

    of course if their are hypocrisy and lies to be had it's completely from rat wingers like yourself and algore who were saying one thing in 1992, citing evidence, yet did an about face when things got tough....

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    who said the following?

    [I]"Together, we also must also confront the new hazards of chemical and biological weapons, and the outlaw states, terrorists and organized criminals seeking to acquire them. Saddam Hussein has spent the better part of this decade, and much of his nation's wealth, not on providing for the Iraqi people, but on developing nuclear, chemical, and biological weapons -- and the missiles to deliver them. [/I] "

    the answer is in the video below....

    [url]http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2b90u_1998-wmd-reality[/url]

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    who cares about Al Gore?

    he's a loser!

    he couldn't beat Dumbya in a general election

    the guy is worthless.

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    [QUOTE=Come Back to NY]who said the following?

    [I]"Together, we also must also confront the new hazards of chemical and biological weapons, and the outlaw states, terrorists and organized criminals seeking to acquire them. Saddam Hussein has spent the better part of this decade, and much of his nation's wealth, not on providing for the Iraqi people, but on developing nuclear, chemical, and biological weapons -- and the missiles to deliver them. [/I] "

    the answer is in the video below....

    [url]http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2b90u_1998-wmd-reality[/url][/QUOTE]

    Same guy who said, in 2002, that invading Iraq was a terrible mistake that would unleash sectarian violence and hurt U.S. interests -- and was completely right in doing so.

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