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oh and to cathrine who quoted "Election? We've not had a real "election" since 1996, bucky. In fact, that means that the 21st century has yet to see its first LEGITIMATELY ELECTED president. "

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Mr. Buckshot, you put this in the wrong thread. This thead is for accurate reporting.

Neal Boorts?

Why don't you post an opinion piece by Karl Rove? It's just as partisan.

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World Net Daily?

You've got to be kidding. You're posting shit from one of the Flying Monkey House Organs?

Investigative? What did they do, pull the facts out of Frank Luntz's ass? Or was it Karl Rove's butt?

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well i would rather believe in hell and find out i was wrong then not believe in it and find out i was wrong.


ok how about this word .. miricales..

now prove to me that God does not exist.without using seeing ,touching,or feeling .

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[quote]comrade seamus wrote "World Net Daily?

You've got to be kidding. You're posting shit from one of the Flying Monkey House Organs?

Investigative? What did they do, pull the facts out of Frank Luntz's ass? Or was it Karl Rove's butt?"


boy i tell you you just can't accept the truth when it's shoved right up your ass. quit spinning on the issues .

the truth just kills you. typical liberal typical liberal typical liberal typical liberal typical liberal typical liberal typical liberal typical liberal typical liberal.....

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comrade seamus wrote "World Net Daily?

You've got to be kidding. You're posting shit from one of the Flying Monkey House Organs?

Investigative? What did they do, pull the facts out of Frank Luntz's ass? Or was it Karl Rove's butt?"


boy i tell you you just can't accept the truth when it's shoved right up your ass. quit spinning on the issues .

the truth just kills you. typical liberal typical liberal typical liberal typical liberal typical liberal typical liberal typical liberal typical liberal typical liberal.....


What spin? Boorts writes opinion.

He wrote an opinion piece on what he believed the facts were.

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well i would rather believe in hell and find out i was wrong then not believe in it and find out i was wrong.


ok how about this word .. miricales..

now prove to me that God does not exist.without using seeing ,touching,or feeling .


First off it's spelled miracles.

Secondly I can't disprove god exists no more than you can prove god exists. Miracles are purely a matter of perspective. One person's miracle is another person's easily explained natural occurrence. Many biblical miracles are metaphors. Try reading the Talmud if you want to see different perspectives on Old Testament miracles.

Now did I ever say that I didn't believe in miracles? Nope. Do I believe that they prove god exists? No they don't.

Tell me, your god doesn't see, touch or feel? How odd. I guess your god isn't perfect. Are you telling me that God isn't in you? If that's the case, I feel sorry for you.

Or on another note, you can't prove god exists without seeing, touching or feeling. That's what you believe. That's your faith. I never said that you couldn't believe in god. You're believing the Flying Monkey propaganda again. No one wants to take away your bible or your beliefs.

Why would god put his perfect creatures in hell? Isn't man in god's image? If that's the case isn't condemning "sinners" suicidal and self destructive? Why live life fearing death? How can god do his work with you worrying about death all the time?

You can believe in hell if you so choose; I can't stop you. However, you have no right to condemn those of us who don't share your point of view to hell.

Do you see how this works? You dwell on god's authoritarian nature and fear god. I believe god nutures and forgives. It's a belief. It's faith.

Please make a note of it.

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You're kidding me, right? How could bucky possibly believe in God and support bush? Doesn't he READ the book? Or does he just EAT THE COVERS?

I bet it's the latter... so I'll ask ol' buckwheat a question based on HIS Bible...

Yo buckwheat... Show me the biblical passage where your Lord Jesus Christ says it is ok to kill your brother and steal his goods because you think you deserve them more than he does...

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Seamus and Stripey...you're being too hard on poor, little BuckyBoots. :lol:

He's LIMITED in so many ways. He can't spell, his vocabulary is extremely small, he can't debate, he can't punctuate, and he can't reason. The ability to reason is his greatest weakness. He hates those of us who can. That is why he is here. He runs on vitriol, and eventually Jesse will notice and do away with him. Typically, he sticks very closely to what he's been taught in Sunday School classes from the King James version of the bible...the same king that was a notorious bisexual, who later in his life leaned more towards homosexuality.

In addition, BuckyBoots is the typical bible thumper who knows so very little about the bible itself. Go here, www.ffrf.org and take the bible knowledge test, BuckyBoots.

For example, BuckyBoots believes in a historic Jesus. He's too brainwashed to understand that:

1. There is no external historical confirmation for the New Testament stories.

2. The New Testament stories are internally contradictory.

3. There are natural explanations for the Jesus legend.

4. The miracle reports make the story unhistorical.

None of the "evidences" for a historical Jesus date from the time of Jesus, BuckyBoots. Jesus supposedly lived from sometime between 4BC and 30AD, but there is not a single contemporary historical mention of Jesus, not by Romans, not by Jews, not by believers or unbelievers, not during his entire lifetime.

One of the writers who was alive during the time of Jesus was Philo-Judaeus. John E. Remsburg, in The Christ says that Philo was born before the beginning of the Christian era and lived long after the reputed death of Jesus. Philo wrote an account of the Jews covering the entire time that Christ is supposed to have existed on earth. He was there when the crucifixion with its attendant earthquake, supernatural darkness, and resurrection of the dead supposedly took place, and when Christ himself rose from the dead, and in the presence of many "witnesses" ascended into heaven. These marvelous events, which must have filled the world with amazement, had they really occurred, were unknown to him. Philo, the writer, writing about historical events in his day, time, and locale, did not mention Christ or anything about the happenings purported to be related to him.

I could go on, but we wouldn't want to overwhelm BuckyBoots.

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Catherine my dear, lil buckster hasn't made it past the part where you said King James himself was homosexual... he's aghast... he's sitting there drooling knowing that after all these years of denying it, he can finally admit to himself and the world that he takes after he that authorized the version...... or is that perversion of the book he considers to be his guide...

poah ting.... poah poah bucky...

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During the Clinton Administration I had an extremely good and well paying job. I took numerous vacations and had several vacation homes. Since President Bush took office, I have watched my entire life change for the worse. I lost my job. I lost my two sons in that terrible Iraqi War. I lost my homes. I lost my health insurance. As a matter of fact I lost virtually everything and became homeless. Adding insult to injury, when the authorities found me living like an animal, instead of helping me, they arrested me. I will do anything to insure that a Democrat is back in the White House in 2008. Bush has to go.

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So now you've finally resorted to anger, just like I said you would. Judging by the way you've flooded these sites, you are lashing out at all you feel have done you wrong. A fine christian attitude we've come to expect- Anger, Hate Jealousy and Frustration. You no longer are in control and now you are at risk of losing your faith. This is the point where you must take that 'Leap of Understanding' beyond the restrictions of faith. I'll talk to you now if you want to listen, son, because we care about you. You are a seeker and so far all you've found is your passive aggression, lying with traps and snares for you angry young men. This is what the System wants from you. It's not your fault. They want you to don the oppressors suit and do their dirty work for them. This is how we regulate each other. When it gets too aggressive, then authority comes in to regulate, with the appropriate force. Typical systemic oppression. Who gave you permission to be judge and jury? Your gOD?

Any way, to answer your last post I give you "Democracy Now" from today. BTW, your insistance that Jesse was banning you is just a protection mechanism that is telling you to RUN. You're getting close to questioning your beliefs. Don't give up now!

You should be thankful for a site like this. There are a lot worse ones where they attack you ad hominem and don't tolerate your nonsense. Cathy and Jesse are very tolerant and understanding humans. They prefer to teach rather than preach. In the mean time, lighten up and learn something. To think for yourself!

http://www.democracynow.org/article.pl? ... 18/1435204

On Tuesday British politician George Galloway testified in Washington as part of the Senate's so-called oil for food scandal. Galloway said "This is the mother of all smokescreens. You are trying to divert attention from the crimes that you supported from the theft of billions of dollars of Iraq's wealth." [includes rush transcript]
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The headline in the right wing New York Post today reads, "Brit Fries Senators in Oil." That was their take on the appearance of the fiery antiwar British politician George Galloway before a US Senate Committee yesterday, where he defended himself against accusations that he took kickbacks from Saddam Hussein's government. Republican Senator Norm Coleman has been investigating the so-called oil for food scandal. Last week, Coleman's committee publicly accused Galloway and an antiwar French politician of taking millions of dollars in oil allocations from Saddam's government. After the report came out last week, Galloway immediately said he would come to Washington and blasted the committee for not having contacted him during the course of its investigation.
On the eve of Galloway's appearance before the Senate, Democratic staff on the investigations subcommittee released a report that presents documentary evidence that the Bush administration was made aware of illegal oil sales and kickbacks paid to the Saddam Hussein regime but did nothing to stop them. The scale of the shipments involved dwarfs those previously alleged by the Senate subcommittee against U.N. staff and European politicians like Galloway and the former French Interior Minister Charles Pasqua. In fact, the Senate report found that U.S. oil purchases accounted for 52 percent of the kickbacks paid to the regime in return for sales of cheap oil -- more than those of the rest of the world put together. The report says "The United States was not only aware of Iraqi oil sales which violated U.N. sanctions and provided the bulk of the illicit money Saddam Hussein obtained from circumventing U.N. sanctions. On occasion, the United States actually facilitated the illicit oil sales."

Only two senators were present for the questioning of Galloway -- Republican Senator Norm Coleman and Democrat Carl Levin. Levin spent much of his opening statement attacking the hypocrisy of the US government. While Senator Coleman may have hoped to corner Galloway, the antiwar member of the British parliament turned the tables on the committee and used it as an opportunity to blast the invasion and occupation of Iraq.


Galloway: "Senator, this is the mother of all smokescreens. You are trying to divert attention from the crimes that you supported from the theft of billions of dollars of Iraq's wealth. Have a look at the real oil-for-food scandal. Have a look at the 14 months you were in charge of Baghdad, the first 14 months...when $8.8 billion of Iraq's wealth went missing on your watch."
Galloway also used his appearance before the committee to hammer away at the long record of U.S. support for Saddam Hussein, in particular the current U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld.


Galloway: I have had two meetings with Saddam Hussein, one in 1994 and once in August of 2002. By no stretch of the English language can that be described as many meetings with Saddam Hussein. As a matter of fact, I've met with Saddam Hussein exactly the same number of times as Donald Rumsfeld met him. The difference is Donald Rumsfeld met him to sell him guns and to give him maps to better target those guns. I met him to try to bring about an end to sanctions, suffering and war and on the second of two occasions I met him to try and persuade him to allow Dr. Hans Blix and the United Nations weapons inspectors back into the country. A rather better use of two meetings with Saddam Hussein than your own Secretary of State for Defense made of his."
In building its case against Galloway, the Senate Committee says it interviewed Saddam Hussein's former Iraqi Vice President Taha Yassin Ramadan, who is currently in US custody. Senator Coleman alleges that Ramadan confirmed that Galloway had received compensation from the Iraqi government for his work in support of the Iraqi people.


Galloway: I've never met Mr. Taha Yassin Ramadan, your subcommittee apparently has. But I do know that he's your prisoner. I believe he's in Abu Ghraib prison. I believe he's facing war crimes, charges punishable by death. In these circumstances, knowing what the world knows about how you treat prisoners in Abu Ghraib prison, in Bagram air base, in Guantanamo Bay, including I may say British citizens being held in those places, I'm not sure how much credibility anyone would put on anything you managed to get from a prisoner in those circumstances.
British member of parliament George Galloway speaking yesterday in front of the Senate Committee investigating the so-called oil for food scandal. Galloway was kicked out of the British Labour Party for his opposition to the Iraq war and for attacking Prime Minister Tony Blair. Galloway won reelection in the last British elections, beating a key ally of Tony Blair.



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So now you've finally resorted to anger, just like I said you would. Judging by the way you've flooded these sites, you are lashing out at all you feel have done you wrong. A fine christian attitude we've come to expect- Anger, Hate Jealousy and Frustration. You no longer are in control and now you are at risk of losing your faith. This is the point where you must take that 'Leap of Understanding' beyond the restrictions of faith. I'll talk to you now if you want to listen, son, because we care about you. You are a seeker and so far all you've found is your passive aggression, lying with traps and snares for you angry young men. This is what the System wants from you. It's not your fault. They want you to don the oppressors suit and do their dirty work for them. This is how we regulate each other. When it gets too aggressive, then authority comes in to regulate, with the appropriate force. Typical systemic oppression. Who gave you permission to be judge and jury? Your gOD?

Any way, to answer your last post I give you "Democracy Now" from today. BTW, your insistance that Jesse was banning you is just a protection mechanism that is telling you to RUN. You're getting close to questioning your beliefs. Don't give up now!

You should be thankful for a site like this. There are a lot worse ones where they attack you ad hominem and don't tolerate your nonsense. Cathy and Jesse are very tolerant and understanding humans. They prefer to teach rather than preach. In the mean time, lighten up and learn something. To think for yourself!

http://www.democracynow.org/article.pl? ... 18/1435204

On Tuesday British politician George Galloway testified in Washington as part of the Senate's so-called oil for food scandal. Galloway said "This is the mother of all smokescreens. You are trying to divert attention from the crimes that you supported from the theft of billions of dollars of Iraq's wealth." [includes rush transcript]
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The headline in the right wing New York Post today reads, "Brit Fries Senators in Oil." That was their take on the appearance of the fiery antiwar British politician George Galloway before a US Senate Committee yesterday, where he defended himself against accusations that he took kickbacks from Saddam Hussein's government. Republican Senator Norm Coleman has been investigating the so-called oil for food scandal. Last week, Coleman's committee publicly accused Galloway and an antiwar French politician of taking millions of dollars in oil allocations from Saddam's government. After the report came out last week, Galloway immediately said he would come to Washington and blasted the committee for not having contacted him during the course of its investigation.
On the eve of Galloway's appearance before the Senate, Democratic staff on the investigations subcommittee released a report that presents documentary evidence that the Bush administration was made aware of illegal oil sales and kickbacks paid to the Saddam Hussein regime but did nothing to stop them. The scale of the shipments involved dwarfs those previously alleged by the Senate subcommittee against U.N. staff and European politicians like Galloway and the former French Interior Minister Charles Pasqua. In fact, the Senate report found that U.S. oil purchases accounted for 52 percent of the kickbacks paid to the regime in return for sales of cheap oil -- more than those of the rest of the world put together. The report says "The United States was not only aware of Iraqi oil sales which violated U.N. sanctions and provided the bulk of the illicit money Saddam Hussein obtained from circumventing U.N. sanctions. On occasion, the United States actually facilitated the illicit oil sales."

Only two senators were present for the questioning of Galloway -- Republican Senator Norm Coleman and Democrat Carl Levin. Levin spent much of his opening statement attacking the hypocrisy of the US government. While Senator Coleman may have hoped to corner Galloway, the antiwar member of the British parliament turned the tables on the committee and used it as an opportunity to blast the invasion and occupation of Iraq.


Galloway: "Senator, this is the mother of all smokescreens. You are trying to divert attention from the crimes that you supported from the theft of billions of dollars of Iraq's wealth. Have a look at the real oil-for-food scandal. Have a look at the 14 months you were in charge of Baghdad, the first 14 months...when $8.8 billion of Iraq's wealth went missing on your watch."
Galloway also used his appearance before the committee to hammer away at the long record of U.S. support for Saddam Hussein, in particular the current U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld.


Galloway: I have had two meetings with Saddam Hussein, one in 1994 and once in August of 2002. By no stretch of the English language can that be described as many meetings with Saddam Hussein. As a matter of fact, I've met with Saddam Hussein exactly the same number of times as Donald Rumsfeld met him. The difference is Donald Rumsfeld met him to sell him guns and to give him maps to better target those guns. I met him to try to bring about an end to sanctions, suffering and war and on the second of two occasions I met him to try and persuade him to allow Dr. Hans Blix and the United Nations weapons inspectors back into the country. A rather better use of two meetings with Saddam Hussein than your own Secretary of State for Defense made of his."
In building its case against Galloway, the Senate Committee says it interviewed Saddam Hussein's former Iraqi Vice President Taha Yassin Ramadan, who is currently in US custody. Senator Coleman alleges that Ramadan confirmed that Galloway had received compensation from the Iraqi government for his work in support of the Iraqi people.


Galloway: I've never met Mr. Taha Yassin Ramadan, your subcommittee apparently has. But I do know that he's your prisoner. I believe he's in Abu Ghraib prison. I believe he's facing war crimes, charges punishable by death. In these circumstances, knowing what the world knows about how you treat prisoners in Abu Ghraib prison, in Bagram air base, in Guantanamo Bay, including I may say British citizens being held in those places, I'm not sure how much credibility anyone would put on anything you managed to get from a prisoner in those circumstances.
British member of parliament George Galloway speaking yesterday in front of the Senate Committee investigating the so-called oil for food scandal. Galloway was kicked out of the British Labour Party for his opposition to the Iraq war and for attacking Prime Minister Tony Blair. Galloway won reelection in the last British elections, beating a key ally of Tony Blair.



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I guess that post was so good they had to print it twice, 'cause I only pressed it once. :shock:


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DO.g's wrote:
I guess that post was so good they had to print it twice, 'cause I only pressed it once. :shock:


And it's a good one!

I was tempted to read it twice. :wink:


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Bingo!

Perhaps Bucky's in the denial stage. We know he does the anger thing very well.

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I posted a video link to the Galloway testimony...all 47 minutes of it, in the Current Events forum.

Here's the link, bucky, if you're brave enough to click on it and be enlightened like never before.

Incidentally, you've been all over these forums today, yet you've not responded to the Galloway post I made. Your very absence in that thread speaks volumes about your ability to hear and understand the truth. :violent1:

http://tvnewslies.org/phpbb/viewtopic.php?t=1451

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