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    bump..........this
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    How are those impeachment proceedings coming NEM? They should wrap up in another 2 1/2 years I suppose huh?
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    #75 Jersey

    NEM,
    Your comparisons to our simian president and Hitler are out of scale and insulting to anyone who died or sufferred at the hands of the Nazis. Please knock it off with the hyperbole, already. If you have a point to make, try to do it without sounding like a lunatic.
    Last edited: May 7, 2006
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    Someday we're all going to be very ashamed of the damage Bush has done to this country.

    Well, the Bush supporters of today will be in total denial mode. Like if you go into a retirement home and try to find a Nixon supporter.

    Only people like Nem will be able to hold their heads up. The rest of us will be stuck with the fact that we didn't do more when we had the chance.
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    #75 Jersey

    PLEEEEEEEZZZZZ

    Damage, you people live in fantasyworls!!! Maybe Cambridge and San Francisco are not happy with Bush but the rest of the country says THAT BUSH IS NOT CONSERVATIVE ENOUGH FOR THEM!!! Any idea that Republicans who are not happy with Bush are suddedly going to vote to make Nancy Pelosi Speaker of the House, or John Conyers the head of the Judiciary. Fantasyland! The Democrat leaders hang around the heads democrat candidartes (outside of SF and Cambridge) like an anchor!

    At the end of the day, no matter how the media tells you otherwise:

    The economy is booming, the stock market is up,
    unemployment is at it's lowest rate ever!, home sales are up,
    and
    NO FURTHER ATTACKS ON AMERICA.

    Damage, to what? The opinion that the French have of us? PleEEEEEZE.
    The only real damage being done is from the far-left who are openly rooting for and assisting the enemies of this country everyday.

    Think about it, Why is there no news out of Afghanistan Sureley something has gone wrong overthere? How theses people can vote to send the country to war, and then publically claim that this war is illegal is poposterous!

    You are right, someday, people in this country are going to rue the day they listened to the far left, and let our freedoms and country go right down the tubes.
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    #75 Jersey

    As Moderator: How many times do we have to beat this horse?

    The next time, Anyone claims that you make Nazi references and make completely offensive posts, DO NOT COME CRYING TO ME! Because my days of defending you, are over!
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    Thats the last thing those Hateful, Sore Losing, Far Left, Rat Jerk New Democrats want to hear.

    The old time labor loving common sense flag waving Democrat is dead, the perverts took them over.

    NEM And The Hanging Bodies:
    Patters would have exiled me to Siberia if I posted the picture of the American that the Muslims beheaded, then charcoaled his mutilated body and hung it up on a bridge for the world to see.
    The NY Times CNN and all the liberals that sympathize with our enemy wanted that picture destroyed immediately and replaced with the "Dog Leash" picture.
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    Did you even read the link that this thread is about or are you one of the very few people out there that thinks the whole 'division of power' thing the founders were trying for has been some sort of 200-something year old mistake?

    Is the fact that you have yet to be laid off and haven't had a terrorist pop out of a trashcan in front of you enough to forget that this is supposed to be a nation where the law applies to everyone? That King George isn't supposed to be able to just excuse himself from laws passed by a Republican-controlled congress?

    You may want to think a little about what Patrick Henry said about saftey vs liberty.

    The Iraq mess is open to debate, but how you can blindly ignore the attacks Bush has made on the very foundation of this country is startling.
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    #15 Jersey

    Bush hasn't damaged our country? Clearly, the chimp isn't the only one in a bubble.
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    I long for the days of the late 90's when we attacked six sovriegn countries in a two year period! We really spread some international goodwill.
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    #75 Jersey

    Some of us are more willing than others to give up individual freedoms for the sake of a more "secure" society. The job of police officers, for example, lead them more in this direction. I don't blame them - it's their job and they are acting as a cohesive force under the direction of politicians who can't control themselves when it comes to passing more and more laws. Each additional law passed is another reason for police intervention in our daily lives. Enforcement of all the codes and ordinances forces the police to be selective in their enforcement due to the mere mass of laws on the books. It's a viscious cycle that causes erosion of privacy rights and the further intrusion of the state into our personal lives.

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