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    I would not have been at all surprised to see John Walker Lindh appear on stage as the keynote speaker at the Democrat National Convention. The theme of his speech would likely be international tolerance and understanding.

    John Walker Lindh, also known as Johnny Taliban and Johnny Jihad, is to be tried in an American court. He will be given all the usual protections afforded a bona fide American citizen, despite his clear allegiance to Islamic fundamentalist organizations bent on killing as many Americans as possible. He will enjoy the standard presumption of innocence, notwithstanding his presence in the middle of a war zone, dressed like the enemy, praising bin Laden and wielding an assault rifle.

    Within seconds following the first court appearance of a cleaned up and soft-spoken young traitor, his father, Frank Lindh, was before the network cameras speaking to the world, "John loves America. John did not do anything against America." Then John's mother fought through her tears to recite these words: "My love for him is unconditional and absolute. I am grateful to God that he has been brought home to his family, me, his home and his country."

    Unconditional and absolute love? What we are hearing is the rehearsed whining of a modern day American parent seeking to excuse her parental negligence by appealing to a false interpretation of Christian values: the ill-begotten idea that God wants us to forego distinctions between right and wrong and good and evil. It is a wretchedly wrong concept that is undermining our society.

    Next to speak to the panting press was San Francisco attorney James Brosnahan, who asserted that John Walker had repeatedly asked for but had been denied the services of a lawyer. Furthermore, his client had not been advised of his rights and was illegally subjected to intimidating questions and threats.

    Thus a calculated campaign of deception begins on the steps of the courthouse. Legal charlatans use the technicalities of our judicial system and the gullibility of the televised media to make a mockery of the courts and the law. Tragically, our system of justice has become a paradigm for our faltering and confused society.

    It cannot be said too often that our courtrooms have become little more than subjective charades, where overpaid lawyers preen and perform for the cameras. It is where juries, being a sample of the general population, are easily misled, becoming quickly lost in a maze of moral relativism and psychological gibberish, and unable to make coherent decisions about corruption and virtue, truth and lies, and innocence and guilt.

    Watching the media and the lawyers operate makes it easy to believe that this would be a better world if all the liberals wallowing in the filth and muck of current events would take a bath.

    The information age has not liberated us; it has captured us. It has enabled us to become, to an extent never dreamed possible, victims of vast propaganda campaigns, involving staged stunts and crafted news, making Shakespeare even more of a prophet: "All the world's a stage, and all the men and women merely players ... "

    Some observers, struggling to find words, have described the phenomenon of juiced-up journalism as a "media circus." This comparison cries out for rejection, it being patently unfair to those in the circus community, including the clowns, who organize and run a show fit for general viewing, and present it with precision and discipline.

    Following the Islamic-Christian Summit in Rome, Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi said, "We should be conscious of the superiority of our civilization, which consists of a value system that has given people widespread prosperity in those countries that embrace it, and guarantees respect for human rights and religion. This respect certainly does not exist in Islamic countries."

    Berlusconi was demonized as a bigot for telling the truth about Islamic countries, not a single one of which embraces religious freedom, human rights and "democratic" values.

    It is liberal dogma that human life is an accident, and that we are but pawns at the mercy of an indifferent universe. There is no basis for judgment, for blame, for accountability, for punishment or for claims of superiority.

    In the fatalistic words of The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, we are

    "But helpless Pieces of the Game He plays

    Upon this Chequer-board of Night and Days;

    Hither and thither moves, and checks, and slays,

    And one by one back in the Closet lays."

    We must win the war against unbelief and nihilism within and around ourselves before we can win a war "to the death" with terrorism.


    -Linda Bowles (slightly edited)

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    [quote][i]Originally posted by Tom The Nader Fan?[/i]@Sep 16 2004, 07:36 AM
    [b]Johnny Taliban

    I would not have been at all surprised to see John Walker Lindh appear on stage as the keynote speaker at the Democrat National Convention. The theme of his speech would likely be international tolerance and understanding.

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    Taliban Johnny would have loved to be there but he was tied up at the moment....



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    dick cheney made millions doing illegal Business with Iraq and Iran...much worse than some lost hippie kid.

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    [quote][i]Originally posted by bman[/i]@Sep 16 2004, 09:03 AM
    [b] dick cheney made millions doing illegal Business with Iraq and Iran... [/b][/quote]
    Let me guess.....

    Dan Rather showed you the documents..... :lol:

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    [img]http://www.davidicke.com/icke/articles2003/pics/rum-saddam.jpg[/img]

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    [quote][i]Originally posted by bitonti[/i]@Sep 16 2004, 10:08 AM
    [b] [img]http://www.davidicke.com/icke/articles2003/pics/rum-saddam.jpg[/img] [/b][/quote]
    You're a David Icke fan bitonti???

    That pretty much says it all right there..... LMAO..... :lol:

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    cheney and rummy have a weird (probably sexual) attraction to saddam..

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    [quote][i]Originally posted by bman[/i]@Sep 16 2004, 11:12 AM
    [b] cheney and rummy have a weird (probably sexual) attraction to saddam.. [/b][/quote]
    And you have one for fat Ted Kennedy....

    What's your point.....

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    i don't get it...when have i ever said anything in favor of ted kenenedy??

    did you know that:
    rummy met saddam in the early 80's...we provided iraq with weaponry and money to fight the iranians!
    we also gave him satellite photos of iranian troops locations....later, those troops were caught in a chemical bombs!-
    but we never said wmd's were wrong back then...
    what a joke..and you idiots ate it up!

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    Hey HIck, instead of throwing insults at bman and bitoni why don't you respond to the pic of Rummy shaking hands with Saddam? Where's your defense of that? And yes, the dealings between Haliburton (under then CEO Dick Cheney) and Saddam is indeed public record. Or maybe you approve of our troops being used to guard Haliburton trucks in Iraq. I damn sure don't.

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    [quote][i]Originally posted by JoeyStylez[/i]@Sep 16 2004, 01:43 PM
    [b] Hey HIck, instead of throwing insults at bman and bitoni why don't you respond to the pic of Rummy shaking hands with Saddam? Where's your defense of that? And yes, the dealings between Haliburton (under then CEO Dick Cheney) and Saddam is indeed public record. Or maybe you approve of our troops being used to guard Haliburton trucks in Iraq. I damn sure don't. [/b][/quote]
    "thats all propaganda Joey propagated by the Liberal Media and sparked by the dummycrats. Dont listen to this bunghole, Hick <_< "

    There CBTNY you dont have to respond now

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    Oh yes, they shook hands (which isnt even clear in the picture, but ill play your game) so now they must be sleeping with eachother. A handshake always means that there is a conspiracy on hand where money is being given to Saddam to fund his troops. Now I realize I cant vote for Bush...how dare a blurred out Rumsfield shake Saddams hand.

    Man, I cant believe its been in front of my face for this long and I just couldnt see it...Thanks Free-Thinkers&#33;&#33;&#33;&#33; :rolleyes:

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    [quote][b]cheney and rummy have a weird (probably sexual) attraction to saddam..
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    [quote][b]And you have one for fat Ted Kennedy....
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    Qulaity debate at it&#39;s best, LOL&#33; :lol: :rolleyes: :lol:

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    The "Free thinking" simpletons either don&#39;t know or choose to forget at that time in History Iran was a big threat to the U.S.....Of course the U.S. would not have helped Iraq in their war with Iran :rolleyes:

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    Bush says that Saddam has used WMD&#39;s in the past&#33; THis was ONE of the reasons why WE HAD to take him out..that&#39;s the party line&#33; What BUSH doesn&#39;t tell you is that the US didn&#39;t care about his use of WMD&#39;s when he used them against the Iranians&#33;&#33;
    THe US is looked at in the world as a bunch of fukin hipocrits..and that world view is not far from the truth....

    Saddam Was NOT a threat to the US...Saddam fought two wars over oil fields..One with Kuwait and One with Iran..
    I&#39;m sorry..THREE ..One with KBR/Halliburton/DResser that is still raging right now...

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    BrodyMan, that pic is fuzzy but it is a legit pic. I&#39;ve seen it much clearer at other places.

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    I can show you pics of FDR shaking hands with Adolf Hitler. Does that mean he was sleeping with the enemy?

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    [quote][i]Originally posted by JoeyStylez[/i]@Sep 16 2004, 02:59 PM
    [b] BrodyMan, that pic is fuzzy but it is a legit pic. I&#39;ve seen it much clearer at other places. [/b][/quote]
    Mind proving it...since its such a strong part of your guys argument.

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