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Aristus Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Jan-15-04 02:33 PM
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30. If it's a split between policy and personal actions, I'd choose personal
actions and say that it's a three-way tie.

1. "Th'Axis Uvv Ee-vuhl!" Idiotic flummery. We were so close to having Iran as an ally again. If we need anything in the ME, it's allies. Israel is not so much an ally as a parasite, sucking the cream. The Chimp's contemptible grandstanding blew that right out the window. And North Korea? Too ill and cold and hungry to bother anyone? After that, I guess they thought, 'What the hell, may as well earn it.'

2. Mission Accomplished in that cockamamie flight suit on board the Abraham Lincoln. An insult to everyone who has ever served in a REAL war against a REAL enemy. Suck my Gulf War veteran dick, you swaggering blow-hard!

3. "Bring 'Em On". Yeah, sure he can taunt the Iraqi freedom fighters. It's not his ugly ass on the line. I called the White House and left a furious message with the sweet lady who answered the phone. Told her I wasn't angry with her, but her cowardly, brainless, spineless, ugly, worthless boss.
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