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Re: Rush's radio ratings   

Author: SteelersFanInTx
Date: Nov 17, 2006 14:58

Sure, if you insist. But, being the largest pile of shit is no real

Pedro Sanchez wrote:
> On 14 Nov 2006 16:58:44 -0800, "SteelersFanInTx"
> wrote:
>>Again, I realize that subtlety is something that right-wing brains fail
>>to grasp...again, ALL SIZZLE, NO SUBSTANCE. Exactly represents the
>>Extraneous Idiotic Bullshit (EIB) that this homophobic, hypocritic
>>convicted drug abuser spouts. That simple enough for you?
> Ok, so we agree Limbaugh is the HIGHEST rated radio host in the United
> States?
> Thanks.
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Author: John Black
Date: Nov 17, 2006 14:43

In article ,
[email protected] says...
> Yup..........Typical Leftist HYPOCRITE..........
> "Edwards Acknowledges Wal-Mart Gaffe
> Nov 16 2006
> AP Business Writer
> From Wal-Mart headquarters in Bentonville, Ark., company spokesman
> David Tovar said the Edwards staff member left a voicemail at the
> Raleigh store and identified himself as an Edwards staff member.
> When the manager returned the call, the staff member again identified
> himself as working for Edwards, and Wal-Mart said it confirmed it with
> Edwards' office. The retailer issued a written statement Thursday
> accusing Edwards of not wanting to wait his turn.
> "While the rest of America's working families are waiting patiently in
> line, Sen. Edwards wants to cut to the front," the Wal-Mart statement ...
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Date: Nov 17, 2006 14:43

Paul in NJ wrote:
>>> Paul in NJ wrote:
>>>>> How can the Democrats be in charge of Iraq policy when the executive
>>>>> branch (which runs the war and leads in all foreign policy) is
>>>>> controlled by a Republican?
>>>>> Explain that one to me.
>>>> I don't agree that the Dems will be nominally "in charge of Iraq
>>>> policy," but they could, if they chose, use the power of the purse
>>>> to force changes in foreign policy. It wouldn't be the first time,
>>>> as you should know.
>>> The power of the purse has certainly been used, but never when troops
>>> are on the ground.
>>> Cutting off funding to the Contras is NOT the same thing cutting off
>>> funding to American troops.
>> ...
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Date: Nov 17, 2006 14:33

David Morgan (MAMS) wrote:
> wrote in message news:[email protected]
>>>>>>> Paul in NJ writes:
>> Are they actually still denying that there is already a civil war (the
>> exact same one the 1991 Cheney so aptly described)?
> Yes... they are absolutely denying the possibility of the civil war that Hussein
> managed to prevent for a couple of decades. Read any middle eastern news
> or blog and you will see that 'civil war' is in full swing... 50 to 100 daily deaths,
> and that's just what is being doscovered and reported.
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Re: Terrorists Praise Democratic Party Victory   

Date: Nov 17, 2006 14:28

Ernst Blofeld wrote:
> chris.holt wrote:
>>> Let me see if I've got this straight. Iran and al-Qaeda are
>>> roughly the same thing. But al-Qaeda and Iraq are roughly
>>> the same thing. And US Democrats and al-Qaeda are roughly
>>> the same thing.
>>> They're "roughly the same thing" in that they're both enemies of the
>>> US.
>> Why should you think that?
> Because they say so? And because they kill Americans in terrorist
> attacks?
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Re: Election Day Special: About Those Supposedly "Forged" CBS Memos...   

Author: BC
Date: Nov 17, 2006 14:26

KK wrote:
> On Fri, 17 Nov 2006 13:21:51 -0800, BC wrote:
>>>> Consider the two basic scenarios involving the memos:
>>>> A) The memos were forged with Word
>>> That you list "A)" only underscores that you're choosing a convenient
>>> target - the negative you're proving. Whether or not you disprove "A)"
>>> means *nothing*. Zero. It's a canard, a distraction.
>> Not so fast there -- that sounds like you're saying that the
>> claim of how Word was used to forge the memos is irrelevant
>> to a discussion on whether the memos were forged or not.
>> Correct me if I'm wrong, but is that what you're saying?
>> -BC
> ...
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Author: reality
Date: Nov 17, 2006 14:22

ONJ wrote:
> "_Iva Biggin" wrote in message news:[email protected]
>> ONJ wrote:
>>> "Kevin Cunningham" wrote in message
>>> news:[email protected]
>>>> "ONJ" wrote in message
>>>> news:[email protected]
>>>>> "L.G. Democrat" wrote in
>>>>> message news:es%%[email protected]
>>>>>> Nancy Pelosi. ... Pelosi's new office makes her the highest-ranking
>>>>>> woman in US history, as it places her third in line for the
>>>>>> presidency. ...
>>>>>> Brave new World Bush is in Asia throwing up on the region like his
>>>>>> Daddy the Dinosaur.
>>>>> I guess that means the push for a woman's right to have a doctor stick
>>>>> a pair of scissors in the back of a babies head to get to the brains
>>>>> will be in full motion soon.
>>>>> ...
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The Butcher, the Barbarian and Operation Cutting Edge.   

Author: Harry Hope
Date: Nov 17, 2006 14:19

November 17, 2006

What Webb Knows

The Butcher, the Barbarian and Operation Cutting Edge


There is a sordid history behind James Webb's election to the Senate
representing Virginia that brings hope for spotlighting the insane
Bush Family rule of brutality, destruction and death.

Remember how Bush the Butcher duped the American people in Gulf War I
with "Saddam has missiles that can reach Kansas City" or we need a
small force to protect our regional allies and thus "Desert Shield?"

During this hype and b.s., James Webb, the Reagan administration's
Secretary of the Navy, stood before the TV news cameras and warned
that the Soviet Union was countering with "Operation Cutting Edge."

In Operation Cutting Edge, Webb stated that the Soviets were wiring
the oil fields with explosives and if the United States went beyond
removing Iraq from Kuwait by threat, diplomacy or military force and
actually invaded Iraq, the Soviets would blow up the oil fields.

The ensuing inferno would stop any advancing army.
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Locals Accuse U.S. of Massacre in Ramadi   

Author: Johnny Asia
Date: Nov 17, 2006 14:12

Locals Accuse U.S. of Massacre in Ramadi

*Inter Press Service*
Dahr Jamail and Ali al-Fadhily

*RAMADI, Nov 17 (IPS) - U.S. military tank fire killed scores of
civilians in Ramadi, capital of Al-Anbar province, late Monday night,
according to witnesses and doctors. Anger and frustration were evident
at the hospitals and during the funerals in the following days.*

Iraqi doctors and witnesses at the scene of the attack said U.S. tanks
killed 35 civilians when they shelled several homes in the Al-Dhubat
area of the city.

Ramadi, located 110 km west of Baghdad, has been beset with sporadic but
intense violence between occupation forces and insurgents for several

On Tuesday, hundreds of people carried the 35 coffins of the dead to a
graveyard in a funeral procession which closely resembled an angry
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Re: What Ought to Happen/What IS Going To Happen In Iran.   

Date: Nov 17, 2006 14:05

>>>sdr wrote:
>>>>Because of the malevolent influence of Islam, Iran is
>>>>a nation/a people that believes in terrorism (the
>>>>Koran specifically demands that Muslims "terrorize"
>>>>non-believers), therefore Iran is a nation that has a
>>>>genuine faith in terrorism.
>>>Do tell.
>>>"Specifically demands that Muslims 'terrorize' non-believers."
>>>OK. Here you go:
>>>This is a link to a completely searchable electronic translation of the ...
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