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4 years ago  ::  Apr 02, 2011 - 11:09AM #171
writingal1
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Who's talking about "the Iraq war"?


My post (and this thread) is about the current situation in Libya and the R willful ignoring of the FACTS.

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4 years ago  ::  Apr 02, 2011 - 11:13AM #172
TENAC
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Apr 2, 2011 -- 11:09AM, writingal1 wrote:


Who's talking about "the Iraq war"?


My post (and this thread) is about the current situation in Libya and the R willful ignoring of the FACTS.





I am just pointing out the identical circumstances of both.  And one you call a war, the other you seem blind to. 


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4 years ago  ::  Apr 02, 2011 - 11:24AM #173
writingal1
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"I am just pointing out the identical circumstances of both"


 


WGAL replies--


They are absolutely NOT "identical."


The FACTS demonstrate the very opposite.


 


The assertion is just another example of the R ignoring of actual FACTS.


And an attempt to try to downplay the incorrect assertions made on this thread about this being "Obama's war."

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4 years ago  ::  Apr 02, 2011 - 1:21PM #174
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"America Has Made Patriotism the Refuge of Partisans: During the  Iraq invasion, Republican partisans regularly insinuated that Democratic  war opponents were unpatriotic because their criticism allegedly helped  Saddam Hussein. We hear the same demagogic argument today with regard  to Gadhafi, only now from Obama partisans. Indeed, see for yourself --  log onto Twitter or Facebook or a liberal blog, and dare question the  premise of the Libya invasion. Inevitably, some of the same Bush  opponents who took umbrage at being called Saddam sympathizers will  deride you as an unpatriotic Gadhafi lover. By this inanely  hyperpartisan logic, of course, anyone opposing an immediate invasion of  North Korea is a huge fan of Kim Jong Il."

David Sirota

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4 years ago  ::  Apr 02, 2011 - 2:48PM #175
writingal1
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Sirota LIES--since it was only a few weeks ago that Rs were pissing and moaning that the president was NOT doing anything about Libya.


DAMNED IF HE DOES AND DAMNED IF HE DOESN'T

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4 years ago  ::  Apr 02, 2011 - 2:54PM #176
Mlyons619
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Apr 2, 2011 -- 2:48PM, writingal1 wrote:


Sirota LIES



Is that your response?  An indignant retort with nothing to back it up?  Don't you think you can do better than that?


If Sirota is a liar, then please show where he is lying.

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4 years ago  ::  Apr 02, 2011 - 4:28PM #177
TENAC
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Apr 2, 2011 -- 11:24AM, writingal1 wrote:


"I am just pointing out the identical circumstances of both"


 


WGAL replies--


They are absolutely NOT "identical."


The FACTS demonstrate the very opposite.


 


The assertion is just another example of the R ignoring of actual FACTS.


And an attempt to try to downplay the incorrect assertions made on this thread about this being "Obama's war."





Then please point out the differences.

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4 years ago  ::  Apr 02, 2011 - 4:35PM #178
teilhard
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That's right ... Shoulda just let Col. GoofyDaffy murder as many Libyans as he deems good and necessary ...


Mar 27, 2011 -- 3:19PM, Ur2 wrote:

Has no one noticed? Our Nobel Peace Prize winning Prez has us involved in a civil war in Lybia. Lybia has neither threatened us nor invaded us, yet we are spending hundreds of millions a day rocketing & bombing Lybian National Forces and killing multitudes of civilians as well.

Now we have Three Wars to die for and spend money on that we don't have.

Furthermore, many are saying that it's un-Constitutional.

Thanx,

Ur2 




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4 years ago  ::  Apr 02, 2011 - 4:42PM #179
arielg
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That's right ... Shoulda just let Col. GoofyDaffy murder as many Libyans as he deems good and necessary ...


 


No, definitely not.  We should step in and do the killings ourselves.  We are better at it.  Ask any Iraqi.  And  ask any Lybian, soon.

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4 years ago  ::  Apr 02, 2011 - 4:58PM #180
teilhard
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"Nuke" 'em ... "Nuke" 'em ALL ... ???


Apr 2, 2011 -- 4:42PM, arielg wrote:


That's right ... Shoulda just let Col. GoofyDaffy murder as many Libyans as he deems good and necessary ...


 


No, definitely not.  We should step in and do the killings ourselves.  We are better at it.  Ask any Iraqi.  And  ask any Lybian, soon.





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