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Old 02-15-2010, 06:12 AM   #1
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Clinton: Iran heads toward military dictatorship - CNN.com


So Bush was right AGAIN? Just get a load of Hillary's ugly puss in that article. I guess she is trying her best to do one of those Obama poses where he thinks he's Mussolini. The longer these clowns are in office, the smarter old ignorant Bush looks every day.
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Old 02-15-2010, 06:50 AM   #2
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Yes that old dummy Bush. Have you noticed the shift in policy to captured terrorists?

Bush would capture them, take them to Guantanamo and interrogate them to try to glean information. The idiot libs screamed about human rights violations.

The new Obama policy is to kill them on site. Old Joe was bragging about how many we have killed. The Messiah can't bring em to Gitmo and can't bring 'em to the US.

So we gather no intel this way. But at least their rights are being , errr, respected, right?
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Old 02-15-2010, 08:14 AM   #3
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Oh, that @sshole Bush looks like a genius compared to Zero. Memorized fancy words and teleprompter rhetoric can't cover up a vacant skull. I wonder what the tape machine in Zero's head is going to replay today for the thousandth time.

They had 60 Senate votes, an overwhelming majority in the House and they couldn't do anything except increase the deficit 1,000 percent in destructive pork spending disguised as "stimulus". Guantanamo is still open. Bush's war plan is still in place. Incompetence rules the day. We get LESS cooperation from foreign countries because of Zero's treachery against our Allies.

Wonder what tomorrow brings?
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Old 02-15-2010, 08:45 AM   #4
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More of the Same! Just like with the Evil Bush!
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Old 02-15-2010, 09:36 AM   #5
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I wanna hear that speech about unclenching a fist and all that jazz.
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Old 02-15-2010, 11:11 AM   #6
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The best deterent for Iran used to be that crazy Sadam, used to be. I'm sure this was considered before the action was taken. Oh wait maybe not as it looks like Gen Zunni has reported that Centcom wasn't in the loop at all.

We'll never know the impact of intelligence gathered and I'm ok with that as I don't need to know. That said with compartementalization of cells once a player is gone you're only gonna have actionable intel on things in a very short time frame. Just my opinion.

Shinseki is my hero in all this.

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Old 02-15-2010, 02:01 PM   #7
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The best deterent for Iran used to be that crazy Sadam, used to be.
I'm wondering if a semi-democratic (by Arab standards) Iraq with 100,000 US soldiers in it is what's helping embolden the Iranian dissidents.
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I'm wondering if a semi-democratic (by Arab standards) Iraq with 100,000 US soldiers in it is what's helping embolden the Iranian dissidents.
Iran is a Democratic (fr)Utopia - the rumours you hear are all LIES bought and paid for by those Right-Wing Conspirists in an effort to discredit Kookamania and Ahmadinnajacket. (who are both loving, caring, enlightened members of the Embiggened Social Society of the Brotherhood of the Left).

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Old 02-15-2010, 02:25 PM   #9
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I'm wondering if a semi-democratic (by Arab standards) Iraq with 100,000 US soldiers in it is what's helping embolden the Iranian dissidents.
Maybe. It would be nice to think they are doing it completely on their own, hey we had French backing. On the French note, remember the revolution eats its children. Was it really a revolution or just new boss same as the old boss. I just hope they aren't pinning too much hope that we're gonna swope in anytime soon to help out. Just ask those poor bastards in southern Iraq, or the Plain of Jars or the Yards... Or for all of you Charlie Wilson fans, the Afghans we left swinging or even the ones we abandon in the 50's. It's nothing personal, just business.

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Old 02-18-2010, 06:04 PM   #10
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I wanna hear that speech about unclenching a fist and all that jazz.
Or the one about how we're going to have transparency and invite public commentary prior to signing bills into law.
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