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EFerrari Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Dec-22-06 11:28 PM
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1. I wonder how much the Los Angeles Times costs nowadays. n/t
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  -LAT: U.S. commanders in Iraq recommend a 'surge' RamboLiberal  Dec-22-06 11:23 PM   #0 
  - I wonder how much the Los Angeles Times costs nowadays. n/t  sfexpat2000   Dec-22-06 11:28 PM   #1 
  - Including real estate? About $4.2 billion. nt  bilgewaterbill   Dec-22-06 11:39 PM   #5 
     - Actrually, I only meant per propaganda piece. n/t  sfexpat2000   Dec-23-06 12:18 AM   #6 
        - I know! Just being a smartass! nt  bilgewaterbill   Dec-23-06 01:23 PM   #27 
  - Wonderful.  Warren Stupidity   Dec-22-06 11:31 PM   #2 
  - CENTCOM Commander John Abizaid  nadinbrzezinski   Dec-22-06 11:33 PM   #3 
  - Have they checked with the In 'surge' ents to see if this OK?  Kenergy   Dec-22-06 11:35 PM   #4 
  - So they have 'decided' a surge is the right thing to do ? ...  Trajan   Dec-23-06 12:21 AM   #7 
  - Victory is right around the corner! All we need to do is add more  neverforget   Dec-23-06 12:30 AM   #8 
  - like a gambling addiction-------just a little more! I will win the next time.  rodeodance   Dec-23-06 08:19 AM   #17 
  - There was some serious arm twisting to get them to this point  MidwestTransplant   Dec-23-06 12:45 AM   #9 
  - Don't discount the influence of Christian Embassy fundie officers  IndianaGreen   Dec-23-06 01:44 PM   #28 
  - Wasn't there a surge in anti-war voters just six weeks ago?  daleo   Dec-23-06 01:48 AM   #10 
  - Never was gonna matter. Bush's still president - was just mid-terms  Kagemusha   Dec-23-06 01:52 AM   #11 
     - He may do a lot of damage to the Republican Party in these two years  daleo   Dec-23-06 02:21 AM   #13 
  - Sorta makes the ISG insignificant., nt  jarab   Dec-23-06 01:54 AM   #12 
  - Troop increase urged in Iraq  YankeyMCC   Dec-23-06 04:49 AM   #14 
  - This sounds like a trial balloon  demnan   Dec-23-06 04:49 AM   #15 
  - Message delivered...understood ..and now, Casey and the others CAVED IN  opihimoimoi   Dec-23-06 04:49 AM   #16 
  - Do you think US leaders have thought about what a "surge" in Iraq might cause  earlybelle   Dec-23-06 09:11 AM   #18 
  - Bush / Rumsfeld corporate yes-men.  tabasco   Dec-23-06 09:21 AM   #19 
  - "the decision represents a reversal for Casey,"  annabanana   Dec-23-06 09:49 AM   #20 
  - Marking time.  Xap   Dec-23-06 11:30 AM   #21 
  - Bush's "surge" can only be sustained for 2-3 months at the most  IndianaGreen   Dec-23-06 12:59 PM   #26 
  - When King Abdallah says we are to fight, we fight. End of story.  MGKrebs   Dec-23-06 11:41 AM   #22 
  - ROFL! True! Cheney gets called on the carpet, he goes back to the US and beats up Bush! nt  VegasWolf   Dec-23-06 11:50 AM   #25 
  - Has anybody run the numbers? Won't this amount to an incremental change?  Barrett808   Dec-23-06 11:48 AM   #23 
  - This is great news! Remember when Gen. Eric Shinseki was sacked?  IndianaGreen   Dec-23-06 11:49 AM   #24 
  - I believe #2 to be far more likely.  reprobate   Dec-23-06 02:09 PM   #29 
     - The Shias in Iraq will turn on US troops in response to a US/Israel bombing  IndianaGreen   Dec-23-06 02:17 PM   #30 
  - Kick.  Heidi   Dec-24-06 03:04 AM   #31 
  - Commander Is Called Open to Troop Surge  cal04   Dec-24-06 03:05 AM   #32 
  - You think perhaps their jobs were threatened if they didn't tow Bushie's line? eom  journalist3072   Dec-24-06 03:05 AM   #33 
  - Who do they think they're fooling?  partylessinOhio   Dec-24-06 03:05 AM   #34 
  - Strong-armed Casey, it appears. This is transparent and  babylonsister   Dec-24-06 03:05 AM   #35 
  - Escalation, here we come.  necso   Dec-24-06 03:05 AM   #36 
  - Voltaire: It is considered a good thing to kill a general from time to time to encourage the others  Democrats_win   Dec-24-06 03:05 AM   #37 
  - This sh*t is so rovian.  truthisfreedom   Dec-24-06 05:38 AM   #38 
  - Commander (Casey) Said to Be Open to More Troops  rodeodance   Dec-24-06 09:09 AM   #39 
     - Otherwise known as a major flip-flop. He's been compromised:  babylonsister   Dec-24-06 09:09 AM   #40 
     - In other words...  Earth_First   Dec-24-06 09:09 AM   #41 
     - Of course, surge, escalate, expand and disperse, war is coming to Iran  whistle   Dec-24-06 09:09 AM   #42 
     - Betrayal  dave_p   Dec-24-06 09:09 AM   #43 
     - Protecting his things  OETKB   Dec-24-06 09:09 AM   #44 
     - For big brave military dudes these guys sure are spineless n/t  tularetom   Dec-24-06 09:09 AM   #45 
 

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