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Originally posted by Clark Kent Clark Kent wrote:

Originally posted by Skillet42565 Skillet42565 wrote:

Another reason to expand the death penalty...


The death penalty seems a little overkill just for taking the country to war. Bush meant well, I am sure.


...What? He's talking about Cindy Sheehan, not Bush.
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Why do you say that?

He didn't specify.  And I figured that it is completely idiotic to suggest that Sheehan should be executed for protesting, and I didn't think executing the Secret Service agents for doing their jobs was right...

That leaves Bush.



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Originally posted by Clark Kent Clark Kent wrote:

Why do you say that?


He didn't specify. And I figured that it is completely idiotic to suggest that Sheehan should be executed for protesting, and I didn't think executing the Secret Service agents for doing their jobs was right...


That leaves Bush.


Well, first off it was most probably a joke, and second off since the thread was more about Cindy Sheehan than it was about Bush, I deduced he was talking about her.
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Originally posted by Clark Kent Clark Kent wrote:

Originally posted by whack-a-mole whack-a-mole wrote:

I wonder if her son volunteered for Iraq or if he was already in the service before the 9/11? If so, I think she is dishonoring him. It was something he was fighting for and now she is protesting it.

 

Originally posted by Wikipedia Wikipedia wrote:

Sheehan is the mother of the late U.S. Army Specialist Casey Austin Sheehan, who first joined the U.S. Army in May 2000. He re-enlisted in August 2003, at the age of 24. Casey was killed in action on April 4, 2004, just five days after his arrival in Sadr City, Iraq, during the liberation of Iraq. Casey had volunteered for a rescue mission in which he and several others were killed. Casey was posthumously awarded the Bronze Star Medal and the Purple Heart [1].

According to Cindy Sheehan, her son did NOT support the war in Iraq.

Well, why did he re-enlist if he knew there was a great chance that he would be asked to fight in a war that he didn't believe in? And he did volunteer for the mission, so he must have believed in something.

NASA and the Americans spent millions of dollars and hundreds of hours to develop a pen that would write in space.....The Russians used a pencil.
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Don't ask me - I'm just telling you what Sheehan's web site says.
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I Guess that Cindy believes that her son Casey, re-enlisted for just the collage benifits, heaven forbid that he would actually be called to do what the true job entails.

And we only have her word on her sons beliefs on the war, where are the letters, the video's, the e-mails, the usual activist documentation.

He did volunteer for a hazardous mission, knowingly placing himself in harms way, he knew the potential there, he understood, he served.....

Cindy....you need to look into that mirror, and ask is this about you (and the check from the professional anti-war activist organizations) or Casey, and many of us believe we now the answer......

Casey served, understood, and unfortuanately died, and his mother disrespects that service, that by his actions Casey honored himself his fellow soldiers, and nation by volunteering for the action that led to his death.

Cindy, you need to stand in Arlington, and explain to all those buried there why your personal loss is any greater than those who gave you the right to protest.

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She participated in his conception, birthed him, raised him, loved him and buried him.  She can take whatever viewpoint about him that she wishes. 

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Originally posted by Predatorr Predatorr wrote:

Originally posted by Badsmitty Badsmitty wrote:

Hang tough, Cindy.

I smell liberal.

Get your nose out of my crotch.

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Well said, OS.
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Originally posted by whack-a-mole whack-a-mole wrote:

Well, why did he re-enlist if he knew there was a great chance that he would be asked to fight in a war that he didn't believe in? And he did volunteer for the mission, so he must have believed in something.

I think he believed in the war at first, like most Americans, then became disillusioned later as the facts came to light, like a lot of Americans. And maybe he volunteered for a rescue mission because he cared about his buddies, not the "mission."  
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Too skinny to be our Cindy...

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Originally posted by Badsmitty Badsmitty wrote:

Originally posted by Predatorr Predatorr wrote:

Originally posted by Badsmitty Badsmitty wrote:

Hang tough, Cindy.

I smell liberal.

Get your nose out of my crotch.


I laughed so hard
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God forbid you die in the army, I dont think they ever included that in the job description.



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Originally posted by Jim Paint Jim Paint wrote:

God forbid you die in the army, I dont think they ever included that in the job description.

Probably because you're not supposed to die.
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Do they include the potential of death is a firefighters job description, a police officers job description. I guess our educational system has failed again when individuals in scanning history can not determine by themselves with the use of some comman sense, that there is a potential of death while serving in a military.

Kids with too many Nintendo and playstation games, where you get to push the reset button when things do not go as planned, too bad the real world does not have that option.

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^^^Perhaps you should stop trying to push the reset button on your own failed war by trying to make these kids fight in a similar worthless venture?
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Failed war? Lets see, two less despotic regimes in the world, a logistical base for world terror organizations gone, one less regime filling mass graves, or does genocide only get noticed and stopped by a Democratic Administration (ie your defense of the 1 year and still going Bosnia adventure).

Still have not heard of an option by your side on how to solve the problem other than Bush is wrong, oh and the day by day flip flop of your last candidate, who approved, disapproved, agreed, disagreed as his electorate demanded.

Better there than here, ask any Londoner............
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Bush is wrong.
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Originally posted by oldsoldier oldsoldier wrote:

Failed war? Lets see, two less despotic regimes in the world, a logistical base for world terror organizations gone, one less regime filling mass graves, or does genocide only get noticed and stopped by a Democratic Administration (ie your defense of the 1 year and still going Bosnia adventure).

Still have not heard of an option by your side on how to solve the problem other than Bush is wrong, oh and the day by day flip flop of your last candidate, who approved, disapproved, agreed, disagreed as his electorate demanded.

Better there than here, ask any Londoner............

So let me get the OS logic straight here:

1. The actions we took in Bosnia which ended genocide and returned 1 million muslims to their homes is bad because it went over one year.

2. The actions we took in Iraq which is quickly leading to a civil war and is responsible for more deaths than Saddam Hussein's govt is good, even though it was declared Accomplished two years ago.

3. Our war in Iraq where the 9/11 attackers are not is somehow related to WWII where we declared war on a real enemy, not a form of warfare (terrorism).

4. You support a president that laughed at you and your buddies as you went off to fight in VN while he skirked his duty. Then you call him a veteran because he was AWOL for two years, but you hate Kerry who actually fought in combat,earned a silver star for valor and three purple hearts.

You become more ridiculous every single post. Keep posting.



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Yep, logic and rednecks never seem to coexsist. Those like myself who support Bush, are seen as inferior to those like yourself, the true masters of diversity.

Well all I got to say is in 2008 you all can try again and see what happens. Maybe your Democratic candidate will have a true plan for world peace, love and understanding, and all terrorists will negotiate in good faith with America and leave us alone. Good luck..........



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