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ck4829 Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Dec-27-04 08:19 AM
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Republicans - The only people who truly 'wag the dog'
Stopping partisan tricks from the Republicans during the Clinton years may have prevented 9/11. This is my opinion and I plan to stand by it no matter what.

Bush's term has been nothing but violence and death since 9/11. Thus we have wars to get the more ignorant people supporting Bush. Before 9/11, Bush's Administration was widely and justifiably portrayed as a failure. Even if Clinton was 'wagging the dog', it means Bush is doing it in a scale that makes Clinton look as though he just took the tail of the dog moved it up and down a couple of times, Bush on the other hand has wagged the dog so much that Bush has broken every bone in that poor dog's body.
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SHRED Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Dec-27-04 08:40 AM
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1. As someone said in a previous post:
"The Bu$h regime is wagging the whole damn dog pound!", or words to that affect.
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SariesNightly Donating Member (237 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Dec-27-04 09:11 AM
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2. Kids who torture animals grow up..
.. to become serial killers, and the more serial killers get away with the act, the more they keep doing it.

After reading Mike Rupert's "Crossing the Rubicon: The Decline of the American Empire at the End of the Age of Oil", am utterly convinced beyond a shadow of a doubt that 9/11 was ALLOWED to happen to further the PNAC's agenda. From the astonishing amount of footnotes from mainstream news channels, I am still amazed that no one else have connected the dots yet. This book makes the 9/11 Commission Report look like a deliberate dog and pony show.

Michael Ruppert is NOT a sensationalist or professional paranoid. He is a former LAPD police officer who applies the rigorous criteria of criminal investigation to conspiracy research. As an individual, Ruppert is a man with the highest integrity and honesty. The personal struggles he has endured, particularly being ousted from LAPD for daring to expose geuine corruption, is a testament to his character. He did NOT write this book to make money. He is NOT one of the so-called "patriots-for-hire."

Avoiding speculative questions and dubious assertions, Ruppert virtually clinches the case for government prior knwoledge and complicity in the WTC attacks. Ruppert constructs a virtually flawless timeline of the events leading to and transpiring during September 11. The fully assembled picture is a coherent and unmistakable indictment of the Bush Administration and the criminal elite behind it. He also provides a comprehensive analysis of the geostrategy underpinning America's imperialist mobilization.

There are a few issues that I disagree with Ruppert on (specifically his belief that there is a population crisis, a claim premised upon neo-Malthusian science and called into question by several demographic studies). However, such disagreements have little to do with the questions concerning the 9-11 attacks. "Crossing the Rubicon" is essential reading for all those who are concerned about the future of America.
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MARALE Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Dec-27-04 09:55 AM
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3. And All the Stupid ones like Sword
They just get their info from Rush and Fox. They do not look things up themselves. They think that God would not let us be stupid enough to destroy the enviroment, but he would let us murder babies. I know they are brainwashed to think that 911 was Clinton's fault, but not all are evil. They are more and more like a cult every day and I think that is more scary than them just being evil.
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Old and In the Way Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Dec-27-04 11:25 AM
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4. Hit and run posting. It's typical of people who have no arguments to
support their opinions. I'm curious why such a person would sign on and post here, though. Really just a waste of his time and ours.
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