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Some of you 'patriots' make me chuckle.

Phokus

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I put patriots in quotes, because you more resemble nationalists.

Anyway, All of a sudden, a guy who blows up a car in front of US soldiers invading iraq is a terrorist, while launching cruise missles and dropping MOABS on a populated city without any fear of being shot down is somehow 'brave' and 'righteous'. Logic what?
 

Azzi

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attacking a country, which got chemical weapons or perhaps not, without a un resolution is not better as saddam did in 1991.
 

Spyro

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Originally posted by: Azzi
attacking a country, which got chemical weapons or perhaps not, without a un resolution is not better as saddam did in 1991.
This is some kind of joke right??? :Q
 

Azzi

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Originally posted by: wizardLRU
Originally posted by: Azzi
attacking a country, which got chemical weapons or perhaps not, without a un resolution is not better as saddam did in 1991.
This is some kind of joke right??? :Q
no, saddam is an a-hole. he must leave the country.

but invading a country like this, is no good. i don't want to compare the usa and iraq or bush and saddam, there are worlds between them, but a war on this way is stupid.

i'm sorry for my bad english.
 

Feldenak

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Originally posted by: Azzi
attacking a country, which got chemical weapons or perhaps not, without a un resolution is not better as saddam did in 1991.
Try reading UNSC Resolution 1441 before spouting off with uninformed gibberish.
 

shiner

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Originally posted by: Azzi
attacking a country, which got chemical weapons or perhaps not, without a un resolution is not better as saddam did in 1991.
Better zip up...you're talking out of your ass again.
 

burnedout

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Originally posted by: Phokus
I put patriots in quotes, because you more resemble nationalists.

Anyway, All of a sudden, a guy who blows up a car in front of US soldiers invading iraq is a terrorist, while launching cruise missles and dropping MOABS on a populated city without any fear of being shot down is somehow 'brave' and 'righteous'. Logic what?
If you had any inclination of a clue regarding Rules of Engagement, the Geneva and Hague Conventions, as well as DoD doctrine, you would not have even spewed forth a statement of such utter nonsense.

 

Phokus

Lifer
Nov 20, 1999
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Originally posted by: burnedout
Originally posted by: Phokus
I put patriots in quotes, because you more resemble nationalists.

Anyway, All of a sudden, a guy who blows up a car in front of US soldiers invading iraq is a terrorist, while launching cruise missles and dropping MOABS on a populated city without any fear of being shot down is somehow 'brave' and 'righteous'. Logic what?
If you had any inclination of a clue regarding Rules of Engagement, the Geneva and Hague Conventions, as well as DoD doctrine, you would not have even spewed forth a statement of such utter nonsense.
Funny how most warmongers will say that we should not actively participate in the UN and other international organizations, but we should be bound by international agreements made years ago.
 

burnedout

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Originally posted by: Phokus
Originally posted by: burnedout
Originally posted by: Phokus
I put patriots in quotes, because you more resemble nationalists.

Anyway, All of a sudden, a guy who blows up a car in front of US soldiers invading iraq is a terrorist, while launching cruise missles and dropping MOABS on a populated city without any fear of being shot down is somehow 'brave' and 'righteous'. Logic what?
If you had any inclination of a clue regarding Rules of Engagement, the Geneva and Hague Conventions, as well as DoD doctrine, you would not have even spewed forth a statement of such utter nonsense.
Funny how most warmongers will say that we should not actively participate in the UN and other international organizations, but we should be bound by international agreements made years ago.
Funny how most bleeding heart liberals say we should abide by rules of war.

 

Phokus

Lifer
Nov 20, 1999
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Originally posted by: burnedout
Originally posted by: Phokus
Originally posted by: burnedout
Originally posted by: Phokus
I put patriots in quotes, because you more resemble nationalists.

Anyway, All of a sudden, a guy who blows up a car in front of US soldiers invading iraq is a terrorist, while launching cruise missles and dropping MOABS on a populated city without any fear of being shot down is somehow 'brave' and 'righteous'. Logic what?
If you had any inclination of a clue regarding Rules of Engagement, the Geneva and Hague Conventions, as well as DoD doctrine, you would not have even spewed forth a statement of such utter nonsense.
Funny how most warmongers will say that we should not actively participate in the UN and other international organizations, but we should be bound by international agreements made years ago.
Funny how most bleeding heart liberals say we should abide by rules of war.
Funny how most conservatives support a communist/fascist of a president known as George Bush. (And funnier yet how you avoid the question)
 

burnedout

Diamond Member
Oct 12, 1999
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Originally posted by: Phokus
Originally posted by: burnedout
Originally posted by: Phokus
Originally posted by: burnedout
Originally posted by: Phokus
I put patriots in quotes, because you more resemble nationalists.

Anyway, All of a sudden, a guy who blows up a car in front of US soldiers invading iraq is a terrorist, while launching cruise missles and dropping MOABS on a populated city without any fear of being shot down is somehow 'brave' and 'righteous'. Logic what?
If you had any inclination of a clue regarding Rules of Engagement, the Geneva and Hague Conventions, as well as DoD doctrine, you would not have even spewed forth a statement of such utter nonsense.
Funny how most warmongers will say that we should not actively participate in the UN and other international organizations, but we should be bound by international agreements made years ago.
Funny how most bleeding heart liberals say we should abide by rules of war.
Funny how most conservatives support a communist/fascist of a president known as George Bush.
Prove it.

 

Phokus

Lifer
Nov 20, 1999
22,995
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Originally posted by: burnedout
Originally posted by: Phokus
Originally posted by: burnedout
Originally posted by: Phokus
Originally posted by: burnedout
Originally posted by: Phokus
I put patriots in quotes, because you more resemble nationalists.

Anyway, All of a sudden, a guy who blows up a car in front of US soldiers invading iraq is a terrorist, while launching cruise missles and dropping MOABS on a populated city without any fear of being shot down is somehow 'brave' and 'righteous'. Logic what?
If you had any inclination of a clue regarding Rules of Engagement, the Geneva and Hague Conventions, as well as DoD doctrine, you would not have even spewed forth a statement of such utter nonsense.
Funny how most warmongers will say that we should not actively participate in the UN and other international organizations, but we should be bound by international agreements made years ago.
Funny how most bleeding heart liberals say we should abide by rules of war.


Funny how most conservatives support a communist/fascist of a president known as George Bush.
Prove it.
Gosh, he only increased the size and scope of government exponentially.
 

burnedout

Diamond Member
Oct 12, 1999
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Originally posted by: Phokus
Originally posted by: burnedout
Originally posted by: Phokus
Originally posted by: burnedout
Originally posted by: Phokus
Originally posted by: burnedout
Originally posted by: Phokus
I put patriots in quotes, because you more resemble nationalists.

Anyway, All of a sudden, a guy who blows up a car in front of US soldiers invading iraq is a terrorist, while launching cruise missles and dropping MOABS on a populated city without any fear of being shot down is somehow 'brave' and 'righteous'. Logic what?
If you had any inclination of a clue regarding Rules of Engagement, the Geneva and Hague Conventions, as well as DoD doctrine, you would not have even spewed forth a statement of such utter nonsense.
Funny how most warmongers will say that we should not actively participate in the UN and other international organizations, but we should be bound by international agreements made years ago.
Funny how most bleeding heart liberals say we should abide by rules of war.


Funny how most conservatives support a communist/fascist of a president known as George Bush.
Prove it.
Gosh, he only increased the size and scope of government exponentially.
So how does this make him a "communist/fascist of a president"??

 

Phokus

Lifer
Nov 20, 1999
22,995
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Originally posted by: burnedout
Originally posted by: Phokus
Originally posted by: burnedout
Originally posted by: Phokus
Originally posted by: burnedout
Originally posted by: Phokus
Originally posted by: burnedout
Originally posted by: Phokus
I put patriots in quotes, because you more resemble nationalists.

Anyway, All of a sudden, a guy who blows up a car in front of US soldiers invading iraq is a terrorist, while launching cruise missles and dropping MOABS on a populated city without any fear of being shot down is somehow 'brave' and 'righteous'. Logic what?
If you had any inclination of a clue regarding Rules of Engagement, the Geneva and Hague Conventions, as well as DoD doctrine, you would not have even spewed forth a statement of such utter nonsense.
Funny how most warmongers will say that we should not actively participate in the UN and other international organizations, but we should be bound by international agreements made years ago.
Funny how most bleeding heart liberals say we should abide by rules of war.


Funny how most conservatives support a communist/fascist of a president known as George Bush.
Prove it.
Gosh, he only increased the size and scope of government exponentially.
So how does this make him a "communist/fascist of a president"??

Good lord, what kind of education did you get as a child? Do i have to give you a definition of both now?
 

burnedout

Diamond Member
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Originally posted by: Phokus
Originally posted by: burnedout
Originally posted by: Phokus
Originally posted by: burnedout
Originally posted by: Phokus
Originally posted by: burnedout
Originally posted by: Phokus
Originally posted by: burnedout
Originally posted by: Phokus
I put patriots in quotes, because you more resemble nationalists.

Anyway, All of a sudden, a guy who blows up a car in front of US soldiers invading iraq is a terrorist, while launching cruise missles and dropping MOABS on a populated city without any fear of being shot down is somehow 'brave' and 'righteous'. Logic what?
If you had any inclination of a clue regarding Rules of Engagement, the Geneva and Hague Conventions, as well as DoD doctrine, you would not have even spewed forth a statement of such utter nonsense.
Funny how most warmongers will say that we should not actively participate in the UN and other international organizations, but we should be bound by international agreements made years ago.
Funny how most bleeding heart liberals say we should abide by rules of war.


Funny how most conservatives support a communist/fascist of a president known as George Bush.
Prove it.
Gosh, he only increased the size and scope of government exponentially.
So how does this make him a "communist/fascist of a president"??

Good lord, what kind of education did you get as a child? Do i have to give you a definition of both now?
Obviously more education than you.

Quantify the statement "communist/fascist president". Quantify it. You can't.

 

NightTrain

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Originally posted by: burnedout
Funny how most conservatives support a communist/fascist of a president known as George Bush.
Prove it.
Why bother? The notion that communist and fascist are interchangeable is laughable. He is a troll tossing out insults that he doesn't even understand.
 

Phokus

Lifer
Nov 20, 1999
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Originally posted by: burnedout
Originally posted by: Phokus
Originally posted by: burnedout
Originally posted by: Phokus
Originally posted by: burnedout
Originally posted by: Phokus
Originally posted by: burnedout
Originally posted by: Phokus
Originally posted by: burnedout
Originally posted by: Phokus
I put patriots in quotes, because you more resemble nationalists.

Anyway, All of a sudden, a guy who blows up a car in front of US soldiers invading iraq is a terrorist, while launching cruise missles and dropping MOABS on a populated city without any fear of being shot down is somehow 'brave' and 'righteous'. Logic what?
If you had any inclination of a clue regarding Rules of Engagement, the Geneva and Hague Conventions, as well as DoD doctrine, you would not have even spewed forth a statement of such utter nonsense.
Funny how most warmongers will say that we should not actively participate in the UN and other international organizations, but we should be bound by international agreements made years ago.
Funny how most bleeding heart liberals say we should abide by rules of war.


Funny how most conservatives support a communist/fascist of a president known as George Bush.
Prove it.
Gosh, he only increased the size and scope of government exponentially.
So how does this make him a "communist/fascist of a president"??

Good lord, what kind of education did you get as a child? Do i have to give you a definition of both now?
Obviously more education than you.

Quantify the statement "communist/fascist president". Quantify it. You can't.
Farm Bill/"Patriot Act"/Education Bill/"Defense" Bill <-- expanding federal powers/size, etc. etc. etc.

I like how burnout is a blind patriot
 

burnedout

Diamond Member
Oct 12, 1999
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Originally posted by: Phokus
Originally posted by: burnedout
Originally posted by: Phokus
Originally posted by: burnedout
Originally posted by: Phokus
Originally posted by: burnedout
Originally posted by: Phokus
Originally posted by: burnedout
Originally posted by: Phokus
Originally posted by: burnedout
Originally posted by: Phokus
I put patriots in quotes, because you more resemble nationalists.

Anyway, All of a sudden, a guy who blows up a car in front of US soldiers invading iraq is a terrorist, while launching cruise missles and dropping MOABS on a populated city without any fear of being shot down is somehow 'brave' and 'righteous'. Logic what?
If you had any inclination of a clue regarding Rules of Engagement, the Geneva and Hague Conventions, as well as DoD doctrine, you would not have even spewed forth a statement of such utter nonsense.
Funny how most warmongers will say that we should not actively participate in the UN and other international organizations, but we should be bound by international agreements made years ago.
Funny how most bleeding heart liberals say we should abide by rules of war.


Funny how most conservatives support a communist/fascist of a president known as George Bush.
Prove it.
Gosh, he only increased the size and scope of government exponentially.
So how does this make him a "communist/fascist of a president"??

Good lord, what kind of education did you get as a child? Do i have to give you a definition of both now?
Obviously more education than you.

Quantify the statement "communist/fascist president". Quantify it. You can't.
Farm Bill/"Patriot Act"/Education Bill/"Defense" Bill <-- expanding federal powers/size, etc. etc. etc.

I like how burnout is a blind patriot
Patriotic, yes!

So please enlighten us, Phokus. How does the Farm Bill, Patriot Act, Education Bill and Defense Bill make the U.S. President a "communist/fascist president"? What specific portions of each bill alludes to regimes and governments which seem totally foreign to you? Bills go through Congress, right? So if they are approved by Congress, then wouldn't Congress be a bunch of "communists/fascists" as well? This is a representative government, isn't it Phokus? Phokus?....... Phokus? Hello!

You are joking, right?

<edit>forgot "by" before "Congress"</edit>

 

Spyro

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Originally posted by: Phokus
Originally posted by: burnedout
Originally posted by: Phokus
Originally posted by: burnedout
Originally posted by: Phokus
Originally posted by: burnedout
Originally posted by: Phokus
Originally posted by: burnedout
Originally posted by: Phokus
Originally posted by: burnedout
Originally posted by: Phokus
I put patriots in quotes, because you more resemble nationalists.

Anyway, All of a sudden, a guy who blows up a car in front of US soldiers invading iraq is a terrorist, while launching cruise missles and dropping MOABS on a populated city without any fear of being shot down is somehow 'brave' and 'righteous'. Logic what?
If you had any inclination of a clue regarding Rules of Engagement, the Geneva and Hague Conventions, as well as DoD doctrine, you would not have even spewed forth a statement of such utter nonsense.
Funny how most warmongers will say that we should not actively participate in the UN and other international organizations, but we should be bound by international agreements made years ago.
Funny how most bleeding heart liberals say we should abide by rules of war.


Funny how most conservatives support a communist/fascist of a president known as George Bush.
Prove it.
Gosh, he only increased the size and scope of government exponentially.
So how does this make him a "communist/fascist of a president"??

Good lord, what kind of education did you get as a child? Do i have to give you a definition of both now?
Obviously more education than you.

Quantify the statement "communist/fascist president". Quantify it. You can't.
Farm Bill/"Patriot Act"/Education Bill/"Defense" Bill <-- expanding federal powers/size, etc. etc. etc.

I like how burnout is a blind patriot
 

Spyro

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Originally posted by: CADkindaGUY
And the winner by a "nose" ;) for the "Moony Troll of the week" award goes to.......

<drum roll>

Hailing from Massachusetts .....

Phokus

Here is your plaque - Weekly Award

-honorable mention goes to apoppin :D:p

CkG
LOL, Agreed :D
 

308nato

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Phokus, you are really that fatass murderer Ted Kennedy posting under alias aren't you.

 

Phokus

Lifer
Nov 20, 1999
22,995
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Originally posted by: burnedout
Originally posted by: Phokus
Originally posted by: burnedout
Originally posted by: Phokus
Originally posted by: burnedout
Originally posted by: Phokus
Originally posted by: burnedout
Originally posted by: Phokus
Originally posted by: burnedout
Originally posted by: Phokus
Originally posted by: burnedout
Originally posted by: Phokus
I put patriots in quotes, because you more resemble nationalists.

Anyway, All of a sudden, a guy who blows up a car in front of US soldiers invading iraq is a terrorist, while launching cruise missles and dropping MOABS on a populated city without any fear of being shot down is somehow 'brave' and 'righteous'. Logic what?
If you had any inclination of a clue regarding Rules of Engagement, the Geneva and Hague Conventions, as well as DoD doctrine, you would not have even spewed forth a statement of such utter nonsense.
Funny how most warmongers will say that we should not actively participate in the UN and other international organizations, but we should be bound by international agreements made years ago.
Funny how most bleeding heart liberals say we should abide by rules of war.


Funny how most conservatives support a communist/fascist of a president known as George Bush.
Prove it.
Gosh, he only increased the size and scope of government exponentially.
So how does this make him a "communist/fascist of a president"??

Good lord, what kind of education did you get as a child? Do i have to give you a definition of both now?
Obviously more education than you.

Quantify the statement "communist/fascist president". Quantify it. You can't.
Farm Bill/"Patriot Act"/Education Bill/"Defense" Bill <-- expanding federal powers/size, etc. etc. etc.

I like how burnout is a blind patriot
Patriotic, yes!

So please enlighten us, Phokus. How does the Farm Bill, Patriot Act, Education Bill and Defense Bill make the U.S. President a "communist/fascist president"? What specific portions of each bill alludes to regimes and governments which seem totally foreign to you? Bills go through Congress, right? So if they are approved Congress, then wouldn't Congress be a bunch of "communists/fascists" as well? This is a representative government, isn't it Phokus? Phokus?....... Phokus? Hello!

You are joking, right?
Just because i never said that congress wasn't communist/fascist etc., doesn't mean i think they aren't. Logical fallacy, HELLO? These are bills that Bush and his administration championed. What part of Big Government -> Communism, Limited freedom -> Fascism don't you get?

 

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