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URL: http://riceornot.ricecop.com/?auto=27346
Submitted by: jugg_al_o
Comments: 58  (Read/Post)     Favorites: 1  (View)
Submitted on: 09-26-2003
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VOTE REPUBLICAN!


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#1
9-26-2003 @ 11:35:31 AM
Posted By : mr_mcmunkee Reply | Edit | Del
You do realize that you're a moron don't you?

The Clinton administration rode the surplus that the Reagan and Bush admins set him up for and he began our recession, not to forget mentioning he allowed our nation to be vulnerable to attack by the terrorists he let go over his terms.

I'm not saying Bush is perfect, but he's done an excellent job considering what our nation has gone through over the past 2 years.


#2
9-26-2003 @ 11:37:22 AM
Posted By : mr_mcmunkee Reply | Edit | Del
Besides, after the attacks of 09/11 and 2 successful wars, the economy is now on an upturn, so why aren't you giving Bush credit for that in the same way that you blame him?

#3
9-26-2003 @ 11:37:33 AM
Posted By : jugg_al_o Reply | Edit | Del
What the hell?! I DON"T SUPPORT CLINTON HOMEY. I read your responses, you could return the favor.

#4
9-26-2003 @ 11:39:17 AM
Posted By : mr_mcmunkee Reply | Edit | Del
Maybe not, but you're speaking like a flaming liberal.

#5
9-26-2003 @ 11:39:50 AM
Posted By : Lemming Reply | Edit | Del
#3, The strawman fallacy is far more entertaining, though.

#6
9-26-2003 @ 11:44:41 AM
Posted By : jugg_al_o Reply | Edit | Del
Successful wars? Where is Bin Laden, Where are the weapons of mass destruction? How many innocent young Americans die over this retarded shit everyday?

#7
9-26-2003 @ 11:48:27 AM
Posted By : jugg_al_o Reply | Edit | Del
$160 million fucking a day on wartime spending? Think of what $160 million a YEAR would do for the good of this country.

#8
9-26-2003 @ 11:49:39 AM
Posted By : mr_mcmunkee Reply | Edit | Del
In comparison to any other conflict in American, make that WORLD history, the 1-3 soldiers we lose per day is extremely minute to any other war. The murdering, raping, corrupt dictator is out of power and the people of Iraq love us for it (as told by soldiers there, not the media). Also, we sustained many attacks from Al Queda during the Clinton admin (WTC in '95, military ships, US embassies) and since 09/11/03, have we been attacked again by them? No.

Face it, Bush is succeeding and you just hate to admit it.


#9
9-26-2003 @ 11:51:34 AM
Posted By : mr_mcmunkee Reply | Edit | Del
#7, So you can put a price on the safety of us and our kids in years to come?

#10
9-26-2003 @ 11:51:58 AM
Posted By : jugg_al_o Reply | Edit | Del
Its not about terror, its a personal vendetta finished for his father. And you have a personal dialogue with these liberated people, or was it the media who reported they are grateful? Last time I checked there arent any commercial flights into Iraq.

#11
9-26-2003 @ 11:52:43 AM
Posted By : jugg_al_o Reply | Edit | Del
How about the education of our kids?

#12
9-26-2003 @ 11:53:09 AM
Posted By : mr_mcmunkee Reply | Edit | Del
#10, HAHA, I knew that story was coming..."He's doing it for daddy".

So when Clinton bombed Iraq and went to the UN about their weapons, it was also to help out G.H.W. Bush?


#13
9-26-2003 @ 11:53:25 AM
Posted By : jugg_al_o Reply | Edit | Del
How about the education of our kids? I'd say having a job and a home makes them safer than living on the street perpetuating violence and ignorance AT HOME.

#14
9-26-2003 @ 11:55:14 AM
Posted By : jugg_al_o Reply | Edit | Del
anyway, I have to go stomp some queers and laugh at some poor people without jobs.

#15
9-26-2003 @ 11:55:56 AM
Posted By : mr_mcmunkee Reply | Edit | Del
#10, "And you have a personal dialogue with these liberated people, or was it the media who reported they are grateful?"

Indirectly yes, I've heard numerous interviews with soldiers who have returned or who are still in Iraq who are stunned and appalled by what they've heard on our news and read in our papers when they've returned. They ALL say that what is being reported to us is not true at all, and the operation was VERY successful and the people of Iraq pretty much worship them. Also, those few attacks we hear about daily are by the vrey few Hussain loyalists still running around and the Iraqi people themselves are helping to hunt them down.


#16
9-26-2003 @ 11:55:57 AM
Posted By : jugg_al_o Reply | Edit | Del
cut some funding for education, give some more tax breaks to my rich budies. PEACE!

[Edited by jugg_al_o on 9-26-2003 @ 11:58:25 AM]


#17
9-26-2003 @ 11:57:46 AM
Posted By : Skid Reply | Edit | Del
#8, If it was really any of our business what Saddam was doing over there, then why didn't his daddy take care of him when he had the chance? He was so disturbed by it he almost interrupted his golf game.

No sign of WMDs, no link whatsoever to Al Qaida, and no stability among the Iraqi people: I think it's safe to say Bush hasn't succeeded.


#18
9-26-2003 @ 11:59:03 AM
Posted By : mr_mcmunkee Reply | Edit | Del
#13, We throw WAY TOO MUCH into educartion already. We spend more than most of the rest of the world put together on education and still come in like 27th. The problem with education is not the amount we spend, it's the laziness and lack of caring by parents, along with P.C. whackos who are watering down our textbooks and pushing their agenda for a liberal society onto our kids. Dropping talking about our forefathers (a word you can't even say in schools anymore) to make equal time for minority studies is a good example.

#19
9-26-2003 @ 12:01:51 PM
Posted By : jugg_al_o Reply | Edit | Del
Way too much funding? watered down text books? My little brother's school cant even afford fucking textbooks you ivory tower mutherfucker! Falling ceilings in a few of the older classrooms and one teacher teaching TWO different grades in the same classroom with no air conditioning in the middle of AUGUST IN CHICAGO?! fuck you.

#20
9-26-2003 @ 12:05:23 PM
Posted By : mr_mcmunkee Reply | Edit | Del
...it's in Chicago. City schools are funded by the city and state primarily, if you want to blame maintenance issues on someone, go to your local representative, not sit back and blame the president.

The textbook issue is real, liberal professors/administrators are trying to rewrite history books in a way that "won't offend any kid because their race or gender isn't mentioned as often".

Women never won an election, and there were no blacks and hispanice at Independence Hall in 1776. That's the way it happened, so deal with it.


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