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GUEST,282RA Rep. Stark/Pres. Amused by Troop Deaths (84* d) RE: Rep. Stark/Pres. Amused by Troop Deaths 20 Oct 07


>>Well, 282...maybe you should get to know a few more... (heh!)<<

I'll pass. I know more than enough.

>>The message is this: George W. Bush is a true 'lightweight' who
takes the most serious things on this earth lightly, compared
to his own ego. He is manifestly unsuited to the office.

Don't castigate Pete Stark for telling it like it is.<<

Agreed. the anti-Bushies in here castigating Stark are the typical democratic/left wing/PC cowards. "Let's play nice while they eat us alive." No way. I fight fire with fire. Americans bullshit about how wrong that is but in reality do not respsct anyone who doesn't fire back. They whine how they hat the mudslinging but simply won't vote for any politician who refuses to engage in it and every politician knows it and that is why they engage in it.

When Bush callously shouted, "BRING IT ON!" Families of miltary people became upset at his thoughtlessness. His willingness to waste lives to make himself look good was well established right there and yet there are still mental midgets here who think Bush deserves some kind of free pass when a democrat tells it like it is. Well, sorry, folks but I think Bush has been given far too many free passes in the last 7 years and he gets no quarter from me.

Any democrat who attacks gets my full support. Buy some guts, lefties!


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