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>You really think we are going to have an election in Nov.?

 

It is confusing, isn't it? Is it Iraq where they are declaring martial law, or here? How can they do it in Iraq if we made them disband the army? (Except, of course, for Fallujah, where we let the Republican Guard get back together again and take over the place once the local mob beheaded and cremated a few of our mercenaries.)

 

Of course, we'll have to stick around for a while in order to help drive all the terrorists to Saudi Arabia where they will be safe from capture. Or is it Cuba where we want to send them? I've always thought the biggest mistake that Fidel and Raul Castro made, was not to start calling themselves the "Cuban Royal Family." If it works for desert despots, why not tropical tyrants?

 

Of course, it is not our Constitution that is going to be thrown out because no one liked it in the first place, especially those who want it to define marriage. That's the Iraqi constitution. Or is it the Afghani? Funny, how no one quite yet realizes that we have lost the war and abandoned our friends there because we found a new military playground. Anyway, Iraq doesn't really need a constitution because the whole country is about to come unglued, partly with Israeli support. As Sy Hersh reports in the New Yorker (no one is picking up the story because it doesn't come with pictures), "Israeli intelligence and military operatives are now quietly at work in Kurdistan, providing training for Kurdish commando units and, most important in Israel’s view, running covert operations inside Kurdish areas of Iran and Syria. Israel feels particularly threatened by Iran, whose position in the region has been strengthened by the war."

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Just to be accurate, Gore only won the popular election in 2000 by about half a million votes, not a million. That was still a respectable margin in a relatively tight election.

 

The Israeli's involvement with the Kurds isn´t exactly new news. Evidently they´ve been working together for years. As underdogs in the region, they´ve found common purpose, and the Kurds don´t seem to be as anti-Semitic and anti-Israeli as the Arabs. The Israelis undoubtedly have an interest in a strong Kurdistan as a buffer between them and Iran, and also as a means of keeping both Iran and the rest of Iraq focused on something other than Israel (Iran also has a substantial Kurdish population, along with Turkey, which maintains friendly relations with Israel). It's all pretty convoluted, or business as usual in the Middle East!

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RE: Leftist Mud Wrestling

 

>As

>underdogs in the region, they´ve found common purpose, and the

>Kurds don´t seem to be as anti-Semitic and anti-Israeli as the

>Arabs.

 

LOL! This is one of my favorite spectator sports - to watch this particular strain of liberals - comprised of the extremist freakish paranoid fearful leftist types - get into a cage like this thread and mindlessly agree with and echo and even try to out-do each other's most pathological (but cliched) fantasies ("we live in a fascist state!; Bush will declare martial law!; we're fighting in Iraq for Halliburton plutocrats!; Bush will gas all the gays in his second term! Bush is a psychopath who wants to murder millions of people for profit!"), until suddenly . . .

 

the issue becomes Israel . . .

 

and then the peace and harmony among the paranoid Leftists abruptly disappears with a bang. . . .

 

as the Jewish leftists (Trilingual) suddenly find love for a right-wing militaristic country and (other than mild, cursory criticism at the margins) begin viciously and aggressively defending Israel and everything it does, while their non-Jewish leftist brethern (glutes, Ad rian/Axhebia, Ignoto) wallow in their love for fascist, authoritraian, woman-suppressing, anti-gay Arab countries and spew anti-Semitic bile . . .

 

and this goes on until the Jewish leftists and the non-Jewish leftists decide that their cannabilistic dispute over Israel is not as important as their hand-holding Trotskyite crusade against the Great Satan, America, and its head Satan-Hitler, George Bush, so they resume holding hands and chanting their pseudo-intellectual cliches of NO WAR FOR OIL!! and FASCISM IS COMING!! and BUSH = HITLER!!

 

God, I love to watch that.

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>and this goes on until the Jewish leftists and the non-Jewish

>leftists decide that their cannabilistic dispute over Israel

>is not as important as their hand-holding Trotskyite crusade

>against the Great Satan, America, and its head Satan-Hitler,

>George Bush, so they resume holding hands and chanting their

>pseudo-intellectual cliches of NO WAR FOR OIL!! and FASCISM IS

>COMING!! and BUSH = HITLER!!

 

Does ANYBODY understand these ravings? Way past time to call the men in white, I think! Next stop, Dougie, will be St. Elizabeth's!!!

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>>their cannabilistic dispute over Israel

 

 

>Does ANYBODY understand these ravings?

 

I think that the more cannabis he smokes, the more he gets upset about Madonna studying cabala.

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>Just to be accurate, Gore only won the popular election in

>2000 by about half a million votes, not a million.

 

You're right. But he did carry both New York and California by more than a million votes, in each state. You know what Carville said about Pennsylvania, right? There's Philadelphia, and Pittsburgh, and Mississippi in between. Well, American politics has come down to New York, and California, and Texas in between.

 

And sometimes I have my doubts about California. They do all right, though, when they're not ga-ga about movie stars.

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