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Glen Beck: CNN's Best Attribute   

Author: Trace
Date: Nov 17, 2006 11:19

Glen Beck is a great talk show host because he's a super patriot, a
Christian, and a Conservative.

If CNN didn't have Glen Beck, I would never watch CNN.
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These idiots make it so easy...   

Date: Nov 17, 2006 11:17

Jeffrey Scott Linder wrote:
>>
>>Jeffrey Scott Linder wrote:
>>> [email protected] wrote:
>>>
>>>>How did I know Jeffrey was gonna show up to be spanked?
>>>>
>>>>Jeffrey Scott Linder wrote:
>>>>> [email protected] wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>> IOW, Milt has pulled this out of his ass.... In Milt's claim about
>>>>>>>>>>> violations of his free speech, he referred explicitly to the Bill of
>>>>>>>>>>> rights... ...
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Why Are Mexicans Demanding Special Treatment?   

Author: Trace
Date: Nov 17, 2006 11:17

46%% of mexico's population believes it has a right to enter the USA at
will. In other words, they feel that America owes them free entry into
the USA. Why? Do 46%% of Americans feel they have a right to enter
mexico illegally? Does even 1%% care to enter mexico for any reason?

Mexicans that are in the US and even if they are here illegally, they
think America should not force them to leave, or pay a fine. They feel
that coming here is a right. Why do these people believe this?
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Please support this effort!!   

Author: Ashley
Date: Nov 17, 2006 11:09

This is a wonderful way of making sure our soldiers/spouses are
reminded daily of our admiration for them. You have to hear and see
these messages to truly appreciate them. Go and see and then subscribe.
The good you will do is beyond measure!! Thank you, Ashley T

http://www.myinspiredmail.com/index.htm
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Dems in Senate Try to Roll Back Infamous Military Commission Act   

Author: Speeders & Drunk Drivers are MURDERERS
Date: Nov 17, 2006 11:09

http://www.crooksandliars.com/2006/11/16/will-the-military-commission-be-rolled-back/

Will the Military Commission be rolled back?
By: John Amato on Thursday, November 16th, 2006 at 12:31 PM - PST
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Senator Dodd is stepping up to the plate and tomorrow will stand tall:

Washington- Senator Chris Dodd (D-CT), an outspoken opponent of
the Military Commission Act of 2006, today introduced legislation
which would amend existing law in order to have an effective process
for bringing terrorists to justice.

The Effective Terrorists Prosecution Act:

* Restores Habeas Corpus protections to detainees
* Narrows the definition of unlawful enemy combatant to
individuals who directly participate in hostilities against the United
States who are not...
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Re: If Saddam Hussein Were In Charge Of Putting Down The Iraqi Insurrgency...   

Date: Nov 17, 2006 11:05

In a way you have a point. We put the Ba'athists in charge because we
knew they were brutal enough to hold the country together. When Bush
was trying to sell the invasion of Iraq, I waited for someone to ask
him how he planned to hold the country together without a 'strong man'
dictator--especially after the example of Yugoslavia after Tito died.
Nobody ever asked him about it, and I just assumed he meant to replace
Saddam with someone just as brutal and atavistic.

We do that in a lot of countries, pick a tin pot 'strongman' dictator,
then arm and equip and train his private secret police to keep his
people in line. We call this 'exporting democracy'.

The thing is, we can't do this ourselves, only by proxy. We don't
have the manpower to occupy all these places. And Americans wont'
stand for too many American casualties, or constant American
atrocities (which is why the admin. tries so hard to hide them). Our
allies won't put up with constant abrogation of international laws and
treaties. We can get away with it for a while but as you can see
we're already reaching a limit.
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Re: Nanci Pelosi (D-CA) Still Needs to be Killed   

Date: Nov 17, 2006 11:01

_Iva Biggin wrote: wrote in message
> Wow, Enron somehow Clinton's fault? Now THAT is the height of irony
> and stupidity, seeing as how our Republican politicians were so completely
> joined at the waist with Enron and many other big corporations..

Enron was looted by Kenny Boy and the rest while Clintoon was
President. Bush had them arrested and put on trial.

(Look for an investigation of a company called Lennar, it's sleazy
involvement in "cleaning up" Hunter's Point, and the connection to
Nancy Pelosi.)
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Stay And Win, Or Cut, Run And Lose?   

Author: Tracey12
Date: Nov 17, 2006 10:59

Thats how simple it is.

The left wants a failure on Bush's record.

What do you think the left will do?

Yes, they will force a Vietnam loss on the country and then say it was
Bush's fault.
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Re: Terrorists Praise Democratic Party Victory   

Author: Paul in NJ
Date: Nov 17, 2006 10:59

chris.holt sez:
> Paul in NJ wrote:
>> chris.holt sez:
>>> Ernst Blofeld wrote:
>
>>>> Is it legitimate to point out that X is happy with a victory for a
>>>> political party in the US, when X is al Qaeda or Iran? Or is the rule
>>>> only that this is an outrage when a conservative does it, but
>>>> peachy-keen when a progressive does it?
>
>>> Get back to us on whether the US is happy about Nicaragua.
>
>> Translation: yes.
>
> That's a peculiar translation.

Oh, I think you know perfectly well that the translation was in
response to the rhetorical questions that Ernst posed.
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Re: HEEHEE!! - "WAL-MART CRITIC JOHN EDWARDS SHOPS AT WAL-MART"...   

Date: Nov 17, 2006 10:57

abracadabra wrote:
>
> "JakTheHammer" wrote in message
> news:[email protected]
>> Yup..........Typical Leftist HYPOCRITE..........
>>
>> "Edwards Acknowledges Wal-Mart Gaffe
>> Nov 16 2006
>> By MARCUS KABEL
>> 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.
>> ...
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