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    by Stephen Pizzo | Oct 20 2006 - 1:19pm |

    Mark today, October 20, 2006, on your calendar. When the history of
    George W. Bush's Iraq misadventure is written this is the day that
    will mark the beginning of the end. Today militias loyal to Iranian
    backed mullah, Muqtada al-Sadr, took over the southern town of Amara.
    Al-Sadr has been waiting for his Tet moment, and it came today. The
    fat man has sung. It's over. George W. Bush's vision of "a free and
    democratic Iraq," will now be replaced by an Iranian style Islamic
    theocracy.

    Funny how things happen. Just yesterday I was cleaning old files off
    my computer when I came across a column I penned on August 23, 2005 -
    14 months and several hundred dead US G.I's ago. This morning that
    file was still on my screen. For some reason I couldn't bring myself
    to delete it. So instead I read it again. And lo and behold, I didn't
    have to change a single word of it.

    Here it is again -- because here we are now.

    It's a Boy!

    Congratulations George W. Bush, you are the father of a bouncing baby
    Islamic Republic!

    What-ya mean you want a paternity test? Who else could be the father?
    Saddam was a dictator and despot, but a secular one. He used to have
    troublesome mullahs whacked. Anyway, you have him locked up. So we
    know he didn't do it.

    No, George, I am afraid you have to take responsibility for fathering
    the world's newest little mullah. Come on now, don't be ashamed, stuff
    happens. You thought you were just going in for some heavy petting
    and, wham ! - the next thing you know you've created a another Islamic
    brat that's going to blame you for everything that's wrong with the
    world. Sharper than a serpent's tooth, huh?

    Of course you may have a hard time explaining this to your
    fundamentalist Christian "base" back home here. Lots of us tried to
    get you to abort this thing before it got to this point, but now it's
    too late. And you'll will have to explain why a few thousand US kids
    had to die just so Iraqi men can marry girls as young as nine, and
    then legally beat the crap out of them if they don't toe the radical
    Islamic line. And I have to wonder what your pal, the most reverend
    Jerry Falwell, will have to say about grown men marrying pre-teen girls?

    But there's no escaping it George, it's your doing. Maybe you can make
    Rev. Jerry feel better if you explain that Muslims also oppose
    abortion. Now if some Iraqi guy knocks up some little girl, she'll
    have a playmate in nine months. You can tell Jerry that and see how it
    floats.

    Half the humans on earth are women. But in your new Islamic Republic,
    George, half of all Iraqis will be less equal than the other half.
    Women will have to cover up or risk being beaten by misogynistic thugs
    masquerading as "religious police." Whatya gonna say when TV footage
    of that reaches Red State women voters -- they were asking for it
    dressing like that?

    Maybe you should ask those women camp outside your Texas ranch every
    August about all this. After all, their kids died helping deliver your
    new baby. You might first notice that none of those women are wearing
    burquas. It's hot in both Iraq and Crawford. But at least in Crawford
    women can wear shorts. Not so soon in your new Iraq where, despite
    temperatures over 100 degrees, women will be pressured to cover up in
    heat-absorbing black, head to toe - and not because black is slimming,
    either. As they sweat and look out at the world through eye-slits,
    they will have you to blame for that, daddy.

    You may also start work on how you are going to break this news to
    those in your administration hawking traditional marriage. They may be
    surprised to discover that under Islamic law when a guy is done with a
    wife all he has to do is say, "I divorce you," three times in a row,
    and she's out. Talk about quickie divorces! Eat your heart out, Nevada.

    How about alimony? Forget about it. Women have no community property
    rights under Islamic law, not even the right to the children they bear
    during a marriage. But you may find some allies for this in Utah
    because Muslim men can have more than one wife - at the same time! (I
    wonder how your pal, Tony Perkins will feel about that? Your religious
    rights' mantra has been that, "One man, One women" is a marriage. You
    may be able to soothe them by reminding them that homosexuality is a
    capital crime under Islamic law. (Hey, like father, like son.)

    Oh George, George, George -- we tried to tell you to pull out early,
    but oh no, you just had to go all the way. Now you've done it -
    created a bad seed of a kid that's destined to grow up to become an
    ally of that militant Iranian gang next door.

    It's too late to do anything about this now, George. But don't be too
    hard on yourself. You're not the first father to have a kid go
    sideways on him. Jeffrey Dahmer, Charlie Mason, Ted Bundy, O.J.
    Simpson, Adolf Hitler, Richard Nixon, all had daddies.

    All you can do now is spend the rest of your life trying to convince
    history that you gave the kid every chance in life but he still went
    bad on you. It won't work. History is cruel that way. There are no
    spin doctors in history books. Just facts.
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    newsforreal.com

    About author Stephen Pizzo is the author of numerous books, including
    "Inside Job: The Looting of America's Savings and Loans," which was
    nominated for a Pulitzer. His web site is News For Real.
     
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    What about those posts you were making last week about how Lamont was going to win in CT...? Are you going to save those to your hard drive or are you already doing everything you can to delete them...? Kinda like how you delete any file with the words "Armenian Genocide", but that's another topic.
     
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    Seems that you missed the words at the very top, saying:
    "by Stephen Pizzo | Oct 20 2006 - 1:19pm |"

    So, you see, it was not me deleting old files, it was the author.


    As to my comments regarding Lamont, I believe he has a very good chance to win and even if he were to lose, I would still be behind him as a candidate over Lieberman, because I'd rather lose with dignity as opposed to win the Rove way. Those were my words, last week.
    Seems, you missed those as well.

    As to the Armenian Genocide claims that you keep throwing out there, in your usual flaming fashion, hoping that you will irritate me, any time you are ready to have a mature debate on that matter, you let me know. By the way, it seems that you also missed that topic has been debated here as well as the UN and military courts, both of which have rejected the notion.
    But hey, facts are over-rated.
     
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    But I didn't miss your post where you were like "gee, I hope you Lieberman people are still here to show your faces the day after the election when Lamont wins..!!" or something like that. But at least now you've backtracked from "Lamont wins" to "Lamont loses with dignity."
    What debate..? What's there to debate..? It's like debating the moon landing with Carl Everett (or debating the Holocaust with Patters). You just can't debate with someone determined to remain so willfully ignorant about something.
     
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    Find and show me where I used those words.
    You can't.
    What I did say was that I hoped that the Lamont trashers would be around if he were to win. Same posters were predicting a Clinton loss in NY. I wonder where they are, now.

    As to the Armenian genocide claims, again you are willfully missing parts of my post, those being:

    "... By the way, it seems that you also missed that topic has been debated here as well as the UN and military courts, both of which have rejected the notion."

    Your response to that is that I am "wilfully ignorant".

    Thanks for the gentlemanly and well-thought-out response.
     
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    Like I said, I just can't argue with someone who thinks the world is flat and the moon is made of cheese. It isn't a "debate" when one side is so dedicated to remaining ignorant of the facts of the matter.
     
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    My point exactly.

    The only addition being that there really is no point in trying to have a debate with someone who feels good about himself by name-calling on a forum.

    Really, what does that say about you?
     

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