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81 NewbeeSat Sep-29-07 04:25 AM
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"Who said that ?"
Sat Sep-29-07 04:29 AM by 81 Newbee

  

          

When I complained about Dems not having the "courage of their convictions"with regard to their rants about BRINGING HOME THE TROOPS NOW !(They could have cut off the funds to force it),there was a lot of "well they won't because it would make the war belong to them and not to BUSH.etc.I was not surprised because politics are like that (blame games)
As one who likes to try to be imformed I listen or watch the debates of both parties.I for one was not surprised (like many claimed to be) When Hillary and the other candidate starting spouting dates for removing our troops by 2013 By now Georgie and the gang at Move On .Org must be beside themselves.
It looks like a rerun of the Kerry days."I voted for it before I voted against it".It is going to be a fun campaign .A curse on both their houses. IBSWETBPWBPH!

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RETSFCLSat Sep-29-07 05:04 AM
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#1. "RE: Who said that ?"
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I agree

  

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BobGuySat Sep-29-07 05:54 AM
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In stark contrast, Ohio Congressman Dennis Kucinich responded, "We can get out of there three months after I take office."

The link.

Dennis said in the debate, all the troops home from Iraq in April 2009.

The DNC will never let this guy run for president on their ticket, even if a miracle happens and he wins the primary.

  

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ablibSat Sep-29-07 05:57 AM
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#3. "RE: Who said that ?"
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Sat Sep-29-07 05:58 AM by ablib

  

          

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They could have cut off the funds to force it



James explained it pretty well in post number 2 of this thread as to why we're still in Iraq.


The Dems don't have a large enough of a majority.

Visit the Basement

  

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81 NewbeeSat Sep-29-07 11:49 PM
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#4. "RE: Who said that ?"
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Sat Sep-29-07 11:51 PM by 81 Newbee

  

          

Yes but there has been no REAL attempt to do so.I think the 2013 time settings reflect an effort to dumb down the "lose no matter the costs" by the most extreme Dems.Can anyone imagine if things did turn around before the election, the fate of the GET OUT NOW pushers.It's difficult to try to be rational when MO.Org is demanding obedience !Or if we pull out and all hell breaks loose.
I believe the party which is running against Bush who is NOT a candidate in 08,may be riding the wrong horse.A long time to go yet
Perhaps we may not need to add two new languages to our ballots in California

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