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Maybe it takes a woman to handle these morons ...

Discussion in 'Anything goes' started by dog428, Jul 13, 2006.

  1. zeke12

    zeke12 Guest

    I particularly love the obviously padded crotch. Guess that's how they do things in Texas.

    Or, as my Grandmother used to say: Big hat, no cattle. Sums up Fredo pretty fucking well.
  2. sportschick

    sportschick Active Member

    Speaking of the apparently padded crotch:

  3. zeke12

    zeke12 Guest

    Ooooh, shrinkage.
  4. trounced

    trounced Active Member

    The Senate Select Intelligence Committee reached the following conclusions about Wilson:

    First conclusion: "The plan to send the former ambassador to Niger was suggested by the former ambassador's wife, a CIA employee."

    Second conclusion: "Rather that speaking publicly about his actual experiences during his inquiry of the Niger issue, the former ambassador seems to have included information he learned from press accounts and from his beliefs about how the Intelligence Community would have or should have handled the information he provided."

    He's time and time again been exposed as a liar. No wonder you believe him.
  5. D-Backs Hack

    D-Backs Hack Guest

    Those comments do not actually appear in the Senate Select Intelligence Committee's report. They appear as "additional comments" by Orrin Hatch, Kit Bond and Pat Roberts, and -- you know, a funny thing -- theose comments often contradict with CIA statements, news accounts, and the Senate Select Intelligence Committee report itself.

    But when people with absolutely no shame are determined to smear someone, they'll do it no matter how stupid they look.
  6. trounced

    trounced Active Member

    You mean like Joe Wilson?

    You may wish to read the Butler Report.
  7. D-Backs Hack

    D-Backs Hack Guest

    I've read it. It's just as damning as the Senate Select Intelligence Committee's report.
  8. DyePack

    DyePack New Member

    Fine, dogturd.

    Only the Congress can declare war, but the president can bomb or attack whoever he wants. It's called being commander in chief of the armed forces.

    If you want to use semantics and say "start" and "declare" are the same thing, then you can win. Of course, you'll also show that you're a rolling, fry-filled piece of crap, but then we knew that already.

    Oh, and just for Streisand:

    "In 1965, the supposedly neutralist government of Cambodia made a deal with China and the North Vietnamese that allowed Vietnamese forces to establish permanent bases in the country and to use the port of Sihanoukville for delivery of military supplies until this supply route was closed by Lon Nol in 1970. The H? Chí Minh Trail was steadily expanded to become the vital lifeline for communist forces in South Vietnam, which included the North Vietnamese Army in the 1960s when it became a major target of U.S. air operations."
  9. 2muchcoffeeman

    2muchcoffeeman Well-Known Member

    Only a complete idiot could equate a backroom blowjob with the intentional outing of an undercover CIA case officer to accomplish political revenge.
  10. DyePack

    DyePack New Member

    Not equating the act. Equating the obstruction of justice by lying under oath. Major difference there. Try stretching your mind a tad.
  11. Herbert Anchovy

    Herbert Anchovy Active Member

    I see Joe Buck is donning a chimp flight suit these days and taking a spin around the friendly skies with the unelected prez.
  12. zeke12

    zeke12 Guest

    Trounced, none of that explains why Joe Wilson would have felt a need to divert attention from anything.

    His report was out there. He wrote about it in the Times. Whatever you think of his conclusions, he's not hiding from them.

    So I ask again, what was he trying to divert attention from?
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