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Faeden

Soldier's mom protests near Bush's ranch

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Faeden
i hate the old witch with passion but she was cleary a VERY intelligent woman.

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LOL do you know what "witch" means in latin( I think its latin)? If you did not know, its wise one, or one who knows....

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iaapac

I don't know if there is cause to criticize Mrs. Sheehan or not because I have not kept up on all that has happened. I do, however, want everyone to note that there are other mothers attending this protest, such as Sherry Bohlen and Rebecca Bahr from Scottsdale, Arizona and mothers from Iowa and others . . . . all asking the same basic question, "Why should our sons be exposed to the threat of death in a war that is not justifiable, is not sanctioned by the world's community of nations and was based upon misinformation and outright lies from the administration?"

The rest of the opinions about wanting publicity, writing books or appearing in MMs next movie are all superficial until the question is answered by GWB, "Why should these young men die when there is no justifiable cause?"

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wunarmdscissor
LOL do you know what "witch" means in latin( I think its latin)? If you did not know, its wise one, or one who knows....

well as you should know coming from the UK , i was using the term in the modern colloquial way that EVERY one means it in.

not the latin version.

smart ****.

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sanchera1978

Iaapac what part of Mexico did you move to? I have thought alot about moving there but havent had the guts to make the big jump. Mexico is a beautiful place but it seems like its so hard to make a decent living there.

"That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, --That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it . . . "

I luv that quote.... People just dont seem to think that the government is capable of completely screwing up and that we need to make drastic changes in order to correct it. If you say anything against the govt now you get labeled as being bad and not being patriotic.

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Faeden

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To stand against the Bush administration is the most patriotic thing an American can do, as Bush is harming the country more and more each day…. Bush hates America and Americans more than anyone in America.

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Celumnaz
"That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, --That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it . . . "

I luv that quote.... People just dont seem to think that the government is capable of completely screwing up and that we need to  make drastic changes in order to correct it.  If you say anything against the govt now you get labeled as being bad and not being patriotic.

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I love that quote too. And what's before, and after it. And thought about it daily during Clinton's second term, and mull over it over the leftist activist judges and socialists in politics... like if Hillary ever became pres.

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To stand against the Bush administration is the most patriotic thing an American can do, as Bush is harming the country more and more each day…. Bush hates America and Americans more than anyone in America.

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Sometimes I think to myself, well, someone can't say anything more backwards and wrong. It's just not possible. And then, someone does. Hillary Clinton, Nancy Pelosi... these people hate America.

Bush is a dunce monkey, remember? All the pictures the leftists made. How can monkeys hate?

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Faeden
Sometimes I think to myself, well, someone can't say anything more backwards and wrong. It's just not possible. And then, someone does. Hillary Clinton, Nancy Pelosi... these people hate America.

Bush is a dunce monkey, remember? All the pictures the leftists made. How can monkeys hate?

OK I think there was an attempt at a point in there somewhere. Bush is harming America and its reputation, how is that patriotic? That’s like me saying ‘I love my kids’ then poisoning them and saying ‘its for your own good trust me’.

All the best

Faeden

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iaapac
Iaapac what part of Mexico did you move to?  I have thought alot about moving there but havent had the guts to make the big jump.  Mexico is a beautiful place but it seems like its so hard to make a decent living there.

"That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, --That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it . . . "

I luv that quote.... People just dont seem to think that the government is capable of completely screwing up and that we need to  make drastic changes in order to correct it.  If you say anything against the govt now you get labeled as being bad and not being patriotic.

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I have a home in Torreon, Coahuila and a few years ago I purchased and restored a 403-year-old home in Parras de la Fuente, Coahuila.

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jeceris

http://www.michaelmoore.com/mustread/index.php

yeah, I KNOW it's micheal moores site, and i also know how much you righties love him, but the mother seems to state she has never agreed with her inlaws, so their earlier statement to me anyway means nothing. it's the mother who is greaving here, and to call her unpatriotic, and all that other oreilly nonsense is just plain wrong.

that's the oldest trick by the right, when there's an unpopular war, instead of defending the reasons for going in, switch the spotlight to the soldiers fighting and tell the public, some hokey line like, it's not about supporting the war, you support our soldiers don't you, right.... so if you're against the war, well you're against our poor boys and girls fighting for your freedom, and you must therefore be unpatriotic. and i can't beleive the population of america doesn't see through this ploy.

the move, or game of trying to call other people traitors because they don't support a war, is disgusting.

and i think george w is faking his sincerity, i don't think he has ever shown true remorse for his actions, and never will.

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Celumnaz

I never questioned her "patriotism", and marvel that the left is suddenly concerned with it.

That’s like me saying ‘I love my kids’ then poisoning them and saying ‘its for your own good trust me’.

All the best

Faeden

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That's how I take just about everything that comes from the left. Not everything, but just about.

We'll take away your guns, for your own good.

We'll take away your ability to choose the sex of your partner, for your own good.

We'll take away your money and give it to someone else, for your own good.

We'll take away your ability to worship, or smoke in public, for your own good.

We'll take away your ability to choose abortion, for your own good.

We'll take away your choice on drugs, for your own good.

We'll take away Everything, and give you what We think you need, for your own good.

bleh. I'm going to get off topic again. Notice they're not all left or right things... I didn't vote for Bush. I voted for Alan Keys. I also think that the north winning the civil war was a bad thing.

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isis-999

Ok..I know alot will not agree with me, but here it goes. My ex-husband was in the first attack on iraq, I was with child and in a new town. And i have to say if he had been killed during that time i would not have camped out in front of Clintons house. He new when he signed up what that meant, Just like i am sure this young man did, You can not join the military just because it is a job.. You have to know there is a possibilty, you will go to war, Bush owe's this mother nothing, and the Secret Service should take her away from there. She is not showing her son any respect by acting this way. He was willing to die for his country, sounds like to me he was the only one with any honor in the family.

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jeceris

We'll take away your guns, for your own good.

We'll take away your ability to choose the sex of your partner, for your own good.

We'll take away your money and give it to someone else, for your own good.

We'll take away your ability to worship, or smoke in public, for your own good.

We'll take away your ability to choose abortion, for your own good.

We'll take away your choice on drugs, for your own good.

and we'll invade iraq and have your sons and daughters die for youn own good and freedom

I also think that the north winning the civil war was a bad thing.

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ha! you might be right.

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Faeden

Celumnaz I like you, but your a mystery to me happy.gif I never quite understand what it is your getting at.

All the best

Faeden

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jeceris
Ok..I know alot will not agree with me, but here it goes. My ex-husband was in the first attack on iraq, I was with child and in a new town. And i have to say if he had been killed during that time i would not have camped out in front of Clintons house. He new when he signed up what that meant, Just like i am sure this young man did, You can not join the military just because it is a job.. You have to know there is a possibilty, you will go to war, Bush owe's this mother nothing, and the Secret Service should take her away from there. She is not showing her son any respect by acting this way. He was willing to die for his country, sounds like to me he was the only one with any honor in the family.

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you join the army believing that you might have to fight in a JUST and MEANINGFUL war, not some hyped up hostile takeover of an oil company.

you sign up for the army having faith that the leaders of your country will not send you to die for a ridiculous cause in a far away land.

if it was my son, i'd be plenty p***ed off.

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Celumnaz

hehe it's not Just about oil

much love to all you guys! wub.gif

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Nxt2Hvn

As Bush said...

"I sympathize with Mrs. Sheehan," Bush said. "She feels strongly about her position. She has every right in the world to say what she believes. This is America."

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iaapac
Ok..I know alot will not agree with me, but here it goes. My ex-husband was in the first attack on iraq, I was with child and in a new town. And i have to say if he had been killed during that time i would not have camped out in front of Clintons house. He new when he signed up what that meant, Just like i am sure this young man did, You can not join the military just because it is a job.. You have to know there is a possibilty, you will go to war, Bush owe's this mother nothing, and the Secret Service should take her away from there. She is not showing her son any respect by acting this way. He was willing to die for his country, sounds like to me he was the only one with any honor in the family.

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But Isis, isn't that the point. This young man did not die for his country. He died for what is probably a multitude of reasons, but not for his country. He probably died for personal interests of top politicians. He probably died because Hussein "tried to kill my daddy." He probably died because Iraq was a strategic agenda. He probably died because if the U.S. can control Mid Eastern oil, it can make the dollar more viable than the Euro. He probably died so that oilmen can enjoy the $65.00 a barrel.

Nowhere in the insanity of this invasion that people like to call a war can there be found justification. And if your ex-husband had been killed for no logical reason, you would have had the right to scream to the top of the Capitol Bldg. But the problem is that too many of us believe. Too many of us conform. Too many of us want to believe that the dignity of America is still intact. It isn't, Isis. It just doesn't exist under this administration and if mothers want to protest the loss of sons they loved, God bless them.

It is good to remember that when we lose a parent, we are an orphan. When we lose a husband, we are a widow. When we lose a wife, we are a widower. But there is no word for the loss of a child. It is beyond description or definition and we cannot understand it or what it drives us to do.

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Faeden
As Bush said...

"I sympathize with Mrs. Sheehan," Bush said. "She feels strongly about her position. She has every right in the world to say what she believes. This is America."

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Bush also said he is doing it for Americas freedom, and that it had nothing to do with oil.... Bush is a lair, and will say anything if he thinks it will make him look better.

All the best

Faeden

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Nxt2Hvn
Ok..I know alot will not agree with me, but here it goes. My ex-husband was in the first attack on iraq, I was with child and in a new town. And i have to say if he had been killed during that time i would not have camped out in front of Clintons house. He new when he signed up what that meant, Just like i am sure this young man did, You can not join the military just because it is a job.. You have to know there is a possibilty, you will go to war, Bush owe's this mother nothing, and the Secret Service should take her away from there. She is not showing her son any respect by acting this way. He was willing to die for his country, sounds like to me he was the only one with any honor in the family.

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Well put Isis.. I agree wth you 110%

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Nxt2Hvn
As Bush said...

"I sympathize with Mrs. Sheehan," Bush said. "She feels strongly about her position. She has every right in the world to say what she believes. This is America."

thumbsup.gif

quote from this story/link

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Bush also said he is doing it for Americas freedom, and that it had nothing to do with oil.... Bush is a lair, and will say anything if he thinks it will make him look better.

All the best

Faeden

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Look better to who? Bush doesn't have to impress anyone by saying things to make him look better... Those who support him (Like Me grin2.gif ).. don't need him to say things to make him look good... and for those who don't support him.. it doesn't matter what he says.. they still will not support him.

Again.. the opinion war... Bush is NOT a liar... but that's my opinion .. as an American I might add thumbsup.gif

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Babs

I don't think Bush should meet with her because it might be dangerous for him. She is obviously distraught.

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Nxt2Hvn
I don't think Bush should meet with her because it might be dangerous for him. She is obviously distraught.

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and Psychotic... anyone who will camp out day in and day out, outside in the Texas heat can't be all there!! wacko.gif

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jeceris
I don't think Bush should meet with her because it might be dangerous for him. She is obviously distraught.

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and Psychotic... anyone who will camp out day in and day out, outside in the Texas heat can't be all there!! wacko.gif

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YES!

WELL DONE!

that of course being the next course of action with something like this, make the validity of her cause seem ridiculous by accusing her of having mental illness.

right out of the oreilly handbook.

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Nxt2Hvn
I don't think Bush should meet with her because it might be dangerous for him. She is obviously distraught.

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and Psychotic... anyone who will camp out day in and day out, outside in the Texas heat can't be all there!! wacko.gif

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YES!

WELL DONE!

that of course being the next course of action with something like this, make the validity of her cause seem ridiculous by accusing her of having mental illness.

right out of the oreilly handbook.

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I'm not trying to validate anything... I think she should be charged with trespassing and harassment whether she has a mental illness or not

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Faeden
Look better to who?  Bush doesn't have to impress anyone by saying things to make him look better...

Dear god may you be with us and help us all.............. Bush doesn’t need to impress anyone????????

Our Father which art in heaven, hallowed be thy name. Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done in earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread. And forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive them that trespass against us. And lead us not into temptation. But deliver us from evil. Amen.................

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