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Bush gives nukes to country that won't let inspectors in

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Bush gives nukes to country that won't let inspectors in

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Anonymous Report This Comment
Date: December 18, 2006 11:55PM

Hi Beast. Better brace yourself for all the conservative, Republican, Bush-loving assholes who hang out here.

They're too damn stupid to realize that, if their party had its way, forums like this wouldn't even exist.





Impeach Bush and repeal the ridiculously-named "Patriot Act" immediately!

[en.wikipedia.org]
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: December 19, 2006 07:24AM

Beast you are so full of krap. You put stuff up here with nothing to back it up. You take a picture of Bush and put your own words on it and some morons believe it really happened.
madmex2000 Report This Comment
Date: December 19, 2006 08:30AM

Jgoins is such a Bush lover that Bush could shit on his face and he would tell you that Liberals did it.
Been giving this poke pics and news clippings for years and he still would let Bush Run his family business if given a choice.

ahhahaaha
Anonymous Report This Comment
Date: December 20, 2006 12:02AM

oh boy. Yeah, Bush is an idiot, but cut the fearful CRAP. iran and North Korea pose NO THREAT to the US. It is all fearmongering to make you fools keep wasting your dollars on weapons. Stop the madness! Wake up and just say NO to fear!
aDCBeast Report This Comment
Date: December 20, 2006 12:03AM

jgoins ... chicklittle


Try reading the newspaper cunt rag.

Bush signed a treaty yesterday that justifes North Korea's and Iran's position with regard to nuclear weapons.

Don't let nuclear inspections occur until the americans will become business partners with your country.

Nevermind that these countries now have nukes that coulb be stolen and launched by terrorists.

Bush has run the US into ground,
undoing the work of every president since FDR.
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: December 20, 2006 12:13AM

you should put an expiration date on all these charges so i could keep track of 'em all. smiling
bouncing smiley
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: December 20, 2006 07:34AM

Well beast you should make up your mind. When all the talk was about doing something about Iran you were against doing anything. Now it seems you are against doing nothing. Or is it that you are just simply against anything Bush regardless of what it is?
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: December 20, 2006 02:51PM

if he wasn't dissenting he wouldn't be happy, doesn't matter if you're right or wrong, only that you are causing problems....it's the American way
Anonymous Report This Comment
Date: December 20, 2006 09:16PM

SAME OLD BEAST SHIT
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aDCBeast Report This Comment
Date: December 22, 2006 04:03PM

I see

YOU STILL HAVE NO GIRLFRIEND!

YOU STILL HAVE NO GIRLFRIEND!

YOU STILL HAVE NO GIRLFRIEND!

YOU STILL HAVE NO GIRLFRIEND!
aDCBeast Report This Comment
Date: December 22, 2006 04:15PM

jgoins .... chickenlittle


I was against Bush's plan of using the military to attack Iran or North Korea. I am 100% behind diplomatic talks and inpections. Do whatever it takes to allow inspectors to see if their nuclear pursuits are safe. Don't make stupid Limbaugh assumptions as to their pursuits.

I am against countries that let us only inspect their civilian nuclear sites while their military sites go unchecked. India. Soon Pakistan.

There is no justification for the US or countries that we are friendly with to violate the non-proliferation treaties that the US spearheaded so US companies can do business in their country. Selling your safety for big business will always bite you in the ass.

One thing has proven true. That if you don't ask for something, you won't get it. Unfortunately with hardheads like George Bush you have to ask in very threatening ways.
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: December 23, 2006 07:30AM

Just what has diplomacy ever succeeded in accomplshing?
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: December 23, 2006 11:37AM

GUNBOAT DIPLOMACY used to work.
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: December 24, 2006 07:01AM

Gunboat diplomacy still will work if we use it and then leave the countries to rebuild themselves instead of trying to rebuild them ourselves so we can get bit in the butt.
aDCBeast Report This Comment
Date: December 25, 2006 02:47AM

jgoins ... chickenlittle


When you attempt to bend the world to your will, you bear the burden of rebuilding what you break.

Diplomacy has worked well throughout history. After getting its assed kicked for not achieving a world wide solution about terrorism and Iraq, the Bush administration is resorting to some real hard work called diplomacy. And it's working.

Here is a homework assignment. Since you think diplomacy is useless, I want you to find 3 issues where the Bush administration has used diplomacy to advance the interests of the US. Diplomacy. Not Aquiesence. The British are suckups.

I give you a hint. try northern africa.

It seems even C- student Bush has learned that the US can't go it alone in the world.

You must have been a F student if you are still lagging behind.
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: December 25, 2006 07:35AM

Beast you seem to be unable to hold and intelligent discussion without insults. Your childish insults will never get me riled or upset in any way and I will never stoop to your level.

Diplomacy can only work when all sides understand that there has to be a point where a line is drawn and diplomacy is considered a failure. Never ending diplomacy is not the answer for anything.
aDCBeast Report This Comment
Date: December 25, 2006 05:16PM

jgoins .... chickenlittle


Still lagging behind. So sad.

Diplomacy is NOT about setting up a line in the sand.

That means there was no attempt at diplomacy. It does means that one side attempt to force their view on the other side.

This thought typifies many conservative americans who support president Bush. They want to force their views on others.

You do this.
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: December 25, 2006 05:26PM

so the U.N. sanctions, inspection teams, etc, etc. etc. don't count as diplomacy?

you have to lie alot better than that.
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: December 26, 2006 07:41AM

Diplomacy has it's place but diplomats will never admit when they have failed. If it were left entirely up to them then diplomacy would be never ending failed attempts. In all diplomacy there has to be a recognisable point when diplomacy has failed.
aDCBeast Report This Comment
Date: January 07, 2007 11:28PM

jgoins ... chickenlittle


War signifies failure.
aDCBeast Report This Comment
Date: January 07, 2007 11:32PM

CRAPPER

UN sanctions are not diplomacy. UN Sanctions are the step before failure. War being failure.

Zero diplomacy was pursued with Iraq. Saddam let the atomic agencies see his weapons systems and plants and that wasn't good enough. What was he supposed to do ? Let them see WMDs that did not exist ? If he could do that then he really would have been a mastermind.
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: January 07, 2007 11:55PM

we stepped right by diplomacy with iraq, sure. it was cut and dry....get your asses outta kuwait, or your ass is grass. pretty simple.
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: January 07, 2007 11:57PM

then it got stupid
aDCBeast Report This Comment
Date: January 08, 2007 12:21AM

But US Ambassador Gillespie gave Saddam the go ahead to invade Kuwait.

Seems we shot ourself in the foot.
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: January 08, 2007 12:24AM

now you know that's B.S. or you are more naive than i thought. smiling
smiley
aDCBeast Report This Comment
Date: January 14, 2007 04:24AM

The minutes of the meeting between Saddam and Ambassador Gillespie have been widely circulated. The tape of the meeting was documented by every news source.

It's true.

As the world watched the military build up at the Kuwaiti border, Saddam called a meeting with then US ambassador April Gillespie, who told Saddam: "We have no opinion on the Arab-Arab conflicts, like your border disagreement with Kuwait." She went on to say: "James Baker has directed our official spokesmen to emphasize this instruction." (San Francisco Examiner, 11/18/02)


Know the facts CRAPPER.
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: January 14, 2007 01:58PM

you believe way too much bullshit propaganda put out inderectly by news agencies. you must start seeing things through a realist's eye.