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captainwhoopass 07-23-2004 10:26 AM

Re: Yes, you are.
Kerry's a war criminal.

Kerry's a war criminal.

Kerry's a war criminal.

Kerry's a war criminal.

Kerry's a war criminal.

Kerry's a war criminal.

Kerry's a war criminal.

Kerry's a war criminal.

Kerry's a war criminal.

Kerry's a war criminal.

captainwhoopass 07-23-2004 10:27 AM

Re: Yes, you are.
Kerry's a war criminal.

Kerry's a war criminal.

Kerry's a war criminal.

Kerry's a war criminal.

Kerry's a war criminal.

Kerry's a war criminal.

Kerry's a war criminal.

Kerry's a war criminal.

Kerry's a war criminal.

Kerry's a war criminal.

captainwhoopass 07-23-2004 10:29 AM

Re: Clinton the best by the numbers (facts and data)
Where was the FBI and the CIA, whose JOB it was to prevent that, huh? Oh yeah, they were reeling from the massive budget cuts from Clinton and were unable to protect us!

It wasn't Bush's job to prevent 9/11.

Yamahanian 07-23-2004 10:35 AM

Re: John Kerry: Democrat, Liberal, Schmuck
You don't have to love Bush to hate Kerry.

captainwhoopass 07-23-2004 10:39 AM

Re: Clinton the best by the numbers (facts and data)
Your are an epic dumbass. It is THEIR job to physically prevent hijackers from taking over airplanes, NOT Bush's. THEY FAILED TO DO THEIR JOB, AND PEOPLE DIED.

seruzawa 07-23-2004 10:41 AM

Re: Kerry's 1971 testimony (read the facts then decide)
Yeah. I've read his "testimony" beginning to end. His "testimony" was false. And he knew it. The "veterans" he quoted about atrocities were mostly fakes... not Vietnam Vets at all, many of them weren't even in the military at all. They were agents (knowing or unknowing) of the North Vietnamese communists. And so was he. A North Vietnamese "useful idiot". But he was willing to knowingly parrot this black propaganda line because he saw it as his ticket into a seat in congress.

Now, today, he's proud of his admitted commission of atrocities. But that's typical of such a turncoat and waffler.

He said that my friends and I spent our time raping and murdering at the orders of our officers.

How would he know? He was on a freaking gunboat for a couple of months before he faked that purple heart and deserted his men. Some hero.

Since you say Bush is a "liar" for using bad intelligence data, by the same standard you liberals must condemn Kerry as a liar as well for using the phony "Vietnam Vets" faked testimony. Intent doesn't matter. The fact someone uses false data makes them a liar. By your standard Kerry is as big a liar as Bush. Plus Kerry admitted murdering innocent people personally. So much for your great hero.

He's a liar. And so are you.

The thought of voting for either Kerry or Bush makes my skin crawl.

Maybe Bush's propsed forced psychiatric evaluations will get to you first. I'd recommend a lobotomy, but it is obviously too late.

captainwhoopass 07-23-2004 10:41 AM

Re: There you go again I whooped your ass again as usual
Overwhelming (I can spell it, unlike you) proof? Where? There's not one quote, statistic, or fact in that whole story. It's secondhand hearsay and speculation.

***** off, you whiny *****.

captainwhoopass 07-23-2004 10:42 AM

Re: At least liberals admit Clinton dodged the draft
When? When have you proven me wrong about gun control? You never even responded!

captainwhoopass 07-23-2004 10:44 AM

Re: Kerry's 1971 testimony (read the facts then decide)
Not to mention that some of the worst presidents in the last 150 years have been war "heroes".

rjobe51 07-23-2004 11:16 AM

Re: Her Favorite Biker Accessory
Leave it to MOrons to turn a vibrator ad into a political diatribe. The only reassuring aspect of this sophomoric discourse is that it indicates to me that most of you are not old enough to vote or, if you are, probably don't know where to go to do so.

BMW4VWW 07-23-2004 11:33 AM

Re: Kerry's 1971 testimony (read the facts then decide)
Sorry seruzawa, but those "evaluations" are most likely to be aimed at getting rid of people like you and me. Idiots like the great motorcycle puppet, that believe their vote for Bush or Kerry isn't an endorsement of the status quo, are exactly what the folks that really run our government want more of. VWW

Buzglyd 07-23-2004 11:34 AM

Re: Her Favorite Biker Accessory
Good heavens, there were only 3 posts when I boarded the plane this morning.

captainwhoopass 07-23-2004 11:43 AM

Re: What we all need is a bike review to argue about?
That WOULD be nice... How about it guys?

captainwhoopass 07-23-2004 11:45 AM

Re: History for dummies, the Generals
I was thinking specifically of Grant, who was one of the worst.

BMW4VWW 07-23-2004 11:48 AM

Re: ??????
Don't bother with this turd seruzawa. Anyone opining that we don't need assault weapons to hunt deer is shining a spotlight on their ignorace. As you, I, and everyone else familiar with the Second Amendment knows it is there to protect ourselves from treasonous polititians, not wildlife.

Knowing that Kook is a member of the NRA is futher proof that it has become more of a self perpetuating lobbying organization than a protector of our constitutional rights. I'm glad that I quit a few years ago. VWW

seruzawa 07-23-2004 11:58 AM

Re: Kerry's 1971 testimony (read the facts then decide)
Oh, I know. I just let myself run away with it.

Several nations this century have been dominated by psychiatric "people are just dumb animals" theory - Nazi Germany and the USSR are two glaring examples. The purpose is political control. Both Democrats and Republicans parties give these frauds in white coats billions of dollars because they think that the shrinks will control the population. All they get is crime and violence.

captainwhoopass 07-23-2004 12:01 PM

Re: Clinton the best by the numbers (facts and data)
He continually cut funding and support for the CIA because he and his administration felt that the CIA was not needed, since the Cold War was over.

Boy were they wrong.

captainwhoopass 07-23-2004 12:03 PM

Re: ??????
Don't believe everything you read, brother. Just because he says he's a member doesn't mean it's true. How could he be an NRA member and at the same time support Michael Moore? Think about it.

johnnyb 07-23-2004 12:09 PM

Re: Her Favorite Biker Accessory
hard to refute that kind of solid argument, Whoopass.

johnnyb 07-23-2004 12:12 PM

seen that new Buell?
xb9cx or sumpin? Translucid Blue paint and moto handguards perfect for lane shplittage, i need one... nice fotos at (where there's no message board anymore cause everybody was ragging on Boehm man that was fun...)

captainwhoopass 07-23-2004 12:12 PM

Re: Her Favorite Biker Accessory
Just throwing the same grenade back at him, Johnny.

mscuddy 07-23-2004 12:24 PM

Re: Feh!
"Two riders hurt in a practical joke." Followed by; "Ride to Work Day"Â…then ""Her Favorite Accessory"Â…zzzzzzzzz

Chat room antics are fun, until thereÂ’s nothing to chat about. Except for my shipmates, I could care less what these other pinheads are thinking. And with the exception of Harleys, and GW, this kind of stuff doesn't emote any tactile response. It's fun, but BFD. And don't keep it up for 4 days, or you might have to call a doctor, to quote Viagra.

Like riding, subscribers should be obsessed with MO. Remember when you couldnÂ’t wait for the next issue of Dirt Bike? Motorcyclist? Cycle World? ___________(your magazine here) ThatÂ’s the way it use to be at MO too, but latelyÂ…

ItÂ’s kind of gotten like, when you send a buddy some long rant, and he responds with an article cut Â’n pasted from the AMA website. Hollow. No soul. Mass consumption. The Pepsi Generation.

There are thousands of motorcycles out there, all shapes and sizes. Since MO is web-based, and viewed around the globe, why donÂ’t you guys (guy?) get out there and start testing everything imaginable.

Maybe test one of those Jawas twins the Mongolians herd cattle with (Since replaced with the KLR).

PleaseÂ…(choke, gasp...) anything....

BMW4VWW 07-23-2004 12:24 PM

Think about it
Whether the motocycle puppet is a member of the NRA or not is irrelevant. Idiots like Michael Moore that support groups like Hand Gun Control are inadvertant pawns just like the good intentioned people that think they are doing thier part to preserve our rights by donating $30 to the NRA. The plain fact is that neither Hand Gun Control, nor the NRA would garner the massive amounts of cash that they do without holding one another up as the boogyman to thier respective contributors. In actuality the NRA is a failure when you consider that most of the polotitians that they lobbied for are in power, and no significant legislation to bolster our gun rights has been forthcoming. VWW

squidly51 07-23-2004 12:40 PM

Re: Her Favorite Biker Accessory
I saw something similar to this advertised to remind the rider that they left the turn signal on. I guess too many people were riding around with their blinker blinking and just smiling. So, they "repositioned" it in the market.

Maybe they will make one of these with a little tube like place to park the old willie...

Buzglyd 07-23-2004 12:46 PM

Re: seen that new Buell?
I checked it out on Beull's website. It's pretty groovy looking but I think something called the city should have some kind of storage.

Ducati used to have a Monster called the City with detachable sidebags.

johnnyb 07-23-2004 12:56 PM

Re: seen that new Buell?
saddlebags on that bike? take your own life, buz. On 2nd thought why not hire a manservant to follow you around in an SUV with your Stuff.

BMW4VWW 07-23-2004 01:05 PM

Re: seen that new Buell?
I too think that the xb9cx is really cool looking. Wonder y they didn't offer it with the 1200 mill? Certainly the added torque would be useful in traffic. VWW

johnnyb 07-23-2004 01:18 PM

Re: Those were the days
or press releases from the manufacturer at least with fotos... those were the days my friend.

Buzglyd 07-23-2004 01:30 PM

Re: seen that new Buell?
It appears to me that Buell is positioning it as an urban commuter type bike. Why not have a place to stash a laptop and such.

And please tell KP to pull his nose out of yer bum.

I'd prefer to hire a womanservant to follow me around. Maybe I could affix that vibrating device in her seat.

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