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Gayle in MD
12-28-2007, 01:18 PM
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/nathan-gardels/pakistan-after-bhutto-bo_b_78579.html

Unfortunately, our failure to remain focused on bin Laden, at the Afghanistan/Pakistan border has now come home to roost.

What wasn't real, now is real, an unstable country, with ties to al Qaeda and the Taliban, AND with Nuclear WMD's, and a leader who has been protecting radical elements through the years, while the Bush Administration has been sending millions, upon millions, to the very man who has protected those whom we seek to destroy.

If ever there was a time for Americans to worry about "MUSHROOM CLOUDS" this is it.

Gayle in Md.

bamadog
12-28-2007, 01:23 PM
If Clinton had killed Bin Laden when he had the opportunity, we wouldn't have this problem.
So Gayle, what do you propose now?

jayalley
12-28-2007, 01:33 PM
Don't worry, Gayle in Arabia, I read (seriously) on an al Jazeera posting this morning that Israel and the Mossad was, of course, really behind her assassination. That should warm your little anti-semitic heart.

LWW
12-28-2007, 01:44 PM
<blockquote><font class="small">Quote Gayle in MD:</font><hr> Faghanistan/Pakistan border has now come home to roost.

Gayle in Md. <hr /></blockquote>
What continent is Faghanistan on sweetheart?

LWW

wolfdancer
12-28-2007, 02:02 PM
I'm beginning to think it might be here,if this gang-banging assault, on free speech by others who express different opinions...are a microcosm of an attempt by the extremists in our society to suppress any opposition.....it's sort of like "the K Street project", but, at the local level.

Gayle in MD
12-28-2007, 02:40 PM
Oh, you mean the sheep? LOL, the ones who think we found WMD's in Iraq? The ones who think that men live inside of whales? Those who think the "SURGE" is working, and that we will "WIN" in Iraq?

Honey, this is the biggest mess in history. Let's not upset their little ideology, and I do mean little.

They have no credibility with me, nor does their leader, the one here, or the one in the White House. The American People, you know, those who truly do support our troops, and value our reputation around the world, and believe that we should keep our promises, and take the high road? The ones who think that a President has no right to invade countries which did not attack us? Those who think that borrowing trillions from communist countries is nuts? Those who think that a good president should take heed, when he gets a memo stating, "bin Laden determined to attack inside the United States" instead of going fishing? Those Americans, have spoken, and they will soon speak once again, and the nutty 28%, will be crawling under their rocks, licking their wounds. They're lost in a vast right wing minority, lol, the nutty 28%.

I don't pay any attention to the sheep, my friend, they're dumb, and they stink! /ccboard/images/graemlins/wink.gif

bamadog
12-28-2007, 05:23 PM
Of course you don't pay any attention to us, because you can't answer our questions.
"Better to be silent and thought an idiot, than to speak and remove all doubt".

LWW
12-28-2007, 06:05 PM
<blockquote><font class="small">Quote wolfdancer:</font><hr> I'm beginning to think it might be here,if this gang-banging assault, on free speech by others who express different opinions...are a microcosm of an attempt by the extremists in our society to suppress any opposition.....it's sort of like "the K Street project", but, at the local level. <hr /></blockquote>
And this from someone who just expressed a wish for someone to be banned simply because they disagree with the moonbats, but, that's what moonbats do.

LWW

Gayle in MD
12-29-2007, 06:24 AM
There were still weapons inspectors in Iraq saying they needed more time. Bush wouldn't listen.

Now we're looking at the rebirth of the Taliban in Afghanistan and a rapidly destabilizing Pakistan. The connections with our failed adventure in Iraq are beyond obvious. By losing focus and spreading our resources too thin we've turned a possible success in Afghanistan into a failure. That failure has spread to Pakistan (and New Orleans). To imagine a stable Afghanistan one just needs to imagine a world where America does not bomb Iraq, focusing on the task at hand instead of opening a war on two fronts with the entire Muslim world.


As for foreign Affairs, the Republicans who are running for the WH have proven to all, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that they have no clue. One blundering statement, after another, has shown them to be just another George Bush, no experience, no Middle East knowledge, not even a slight grasp of how to proceed, how to turn around George Bush's massive failures, and poor judgement.

This week has shown us some of the more dangerous results, of his failed policies. Most Americans will see the those very dangerous results, and vote accordingly. This temporary lid on the boiling pot of Iraq, expensive as it has been, in both lives and treasure, has failed to achieve any lasting, valuable result in terms of the stated purpose of the surge. Results of Bush's failed policies, both foreign and domestic, will become more evident during this coming year, not less evident.

We can expect even more hateful attacks from the sheep. Have you noticed the increase in lies and insults in their communications since they lost the last election? That is just a mild example of how they will behave after next year, when Democrats take back the White House, and more seats in the Congress and the Senate. One of them is already lying about who killed Bhutto. Now Bush, is caught up in a bright mirror shining a huge light on his stupidity in sending billions of dollars to a thug, who is nothing more than another dangerous dictator, who has taken our country for a financial ride, along with Malikki.

I can't think of a president who has cost this country so much wasted treasure, and lives, and for no valuable result.

Ok, friend, now DUCK! You know how furious the sheep get when reality slides across the pages of the CCB. They'll be calling Mike, and slinging accusations, and pulling their little hairs right out of their chinny chin chins. /ccboard/images/graemlins/smirk.gif

Love,
Gayle

LWW
12-29-2007, 07:31 AM
Not mad at all Gaylie, just not letting your misstatements of actual reality stand unchallenged,
<blockquote><font class="small">Quote Gayle in MD:</font><hr> There were still weapons inspectors in Iraq saying they needed more time. Bush wouldn't listen.

Love,
Gayle<hr /></blockquote>
Lie #1. Clinton pulled US inspectors leaving Iraq uninspected for years. Meanwhile, as the ISG reports confirmed beyond any and all doubt that Saddamite Hussinsein had everything in place ... including the key bio strains ... to mass produce chem/bio weapons immediately upon the cancelling of UN sanctions.

AHA! Before you say it, you are thinking "WE TOLD YOU SANCTIONS WOULD WORK!" Please don't, because that would be a moonbat lie and you know it.

Under the corrupt UN Oil for Food racket, which Clinton turned a blind eye towards, Saddamite Hussinsein was amassing oil money again. Further more the "GIVE SANCTIONS/INSPECTORS A CHANCE!" crow (That's the lie they tell today.) were proteseting that UN/US sanctions were cruel and must end. With France and Russia giving him what he needed the sanctions were quickly becoming a joke.

In the meantime the moonbats danced gleefully about what meanies the US was whil Saddamite Hussinsein was taking OfF funds and paying palestinian families $10K each to strap a homicide belt to their children to kill Jews, Crusaders (British), and Infidels (Americans).

Concurrently brown Iraqi citizens were being murdered, raped, jailed, and tortured at a rate which makes civilian losses in Iraq since look miniscule.

And, guess what? The moonbats cared not a tinker's ding-diddly-arned about brown people being slaughtered by a megalomaniacal dictator. They didn't care that CNN was found to be in Saddamite Hussinsein's hip pocket. They didn't care that the UN was sanctioning a pedophile military mission into Africa. They didn't care that Saddamite Hussinsein was taking OfF funds designated for food and meds and then using it on weapons research.

They didn't care about any of that.

Why?

A few reasons:

1-There was no way to blame the USA.
2-There was no way to blame Bush.

3-They are moonbats.

Now, I know you won't embarrass yourself by attempting to counter any of this ... and we all know why.

LWW

S0Noma
12-29-2007, 08:28 AM
Hey Dumbowski! What about the 2007 GAO Report on forest thinning? You know the one that makes you out to be an idiot and a fool for trying to blame the lack of husbandry on environmentalists?

When are you going to talk about that Smokey? Can't wait to hear what the 'King of Logic' has to say about 'proper husbandry' and how the GAO Report is wrong because it was really the eco-nuts whut kept em from it.

Or maybe you could just tell us all that you were dead wrong and we can move on?

Nah! Not when you can lie about it -

So head on - tell us how black is really white - let's hear yet another whopper from LWW about how things 'really are' in spite of what that silly old GAO might have to say about it.

&amp; do it 'logically' of course.

LWW
12-29-2007, 08:35 AM
<blockquote><font class="small">Quote S0Noma:</font><hr> Hey Dumbowski! What about the 2007 GAO Report on forest thinning? You know the one that makes you out to be an idiot and a fool for trying to blame the lack of husbandry on environmentalists? <hr /></blockquote>
Your lack of proper education betrays you yet again Grasshopper.

Now, clean your bibb of your spittle and listen up for a change, I'm going to soDUMBa it down for you.

I, LWW, do not have any prob-lem with en-vir-o-ment-al-ists.

What I take iss-ue with is moon-bats who pose as en-vir-o-ment-al-ists but are act-uall-y mere-ly tools of the Gore-mons.

http://www.redplanetcartoons.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2007/05/5152007moonbat_hats.jpg

SODumba is a proud beta tester for the latest in logic
interception devices, another fine product brought to
by the Democratic National Commitee.

LWW

Bobbyrx
12-29-2007, 01:07 PM
Quote Gayle:
"That failure has spread to Pakistan (and New Orleans)"

<font color="red">Actually the rescue effort in the aftermath of Katrina was a huge success. If you are refering to the top officials at FEMA you have a point, but FEMA is not a first response organization anyway. Good to have you back btw. It's been kind of dull /ccboard/images/graemlins/grin.gif </font color>

hondo
12-29-2007, 03:48 PM
<blockquote><font class="small">Quote jayalley:</font><hr> Don't worry, Gayle in Arabia, I read (seriously) on an al Jazeera posting this morning that Israel and the Mossad was, of course, really behind her assassination. That should warm your little anti-semitic heart. <hr /></blockquote>

I've noticed that the wingnuts have taken a new spin.
Now if you don't support Bush &amp; his dirty little war, you're anti-semitic.
Pro choice- anti-semitic.
Funding for education- anti-semitic.
Gun control- anti-semitic.
You wingnuts really are shamless little hussys.
Happy New Year. /ccboard/images/graemlins/grin.gif

LWW
12-29-2007, 04:48 PM
<blockquote><font class="small">Quote hondo:</font><hr> <blockquote><font class="small">Quote jayalley:</font><hr> Don't worry, Gayle in Arabia, I read (seriously) on an al Jazeera posting this morning that Israel and the Mossad was, of course, really behind her assassination. That should warm your little anti-semitic heart. <hr /></blockquote>

I've noticed that the wingnuts have taken a new spin.
Now if you don't support Bush &amp; his dirty little war, you're anti-semitic.
Pro choice- anti-semitic.
Funding for education- anti-semitic.
Gun control- anti-semitic.
You wingnuts really are shamless little hussys.
Happy New Year. /ccboard/images/graemlins/grin.gif <hr /></blockquote>
I knew you couldn't do it.

Bad bad houndo, no bone for you!

http://www.killcastro.com/blog/uploaded_images/prickcopy-738803.jpg

With less than 48 hrs healing from his last
beatdown, the corpse of houndo reanimates
in search of even more ... all fueled by his
hatred of all things not moonbatty.

LWW

Gayle in MD
12-29-2007, 07:02 PM
AH HA HA HA...Now, the Federal Emergency Management Agency is not supposed to respond in emergencies.

Their first duty is to provide food and water to susvivors of national disaster emergencies. I guess you didn't see the people on the roof begging for food and water, huh?

It was a complete failure of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, period, and your boy Bush, didn't bother tracking the hurricane, even after the National Hurricane advisor talkd him, in advance, that the situation would be critical. Have you forgotten the video, which exposed yet another of Bush's lies.

"No one knew that the levies would fail"

NOT!

Bush didn't care, he was out fund raising.

bamadog
12-29-2007, 08:22 PM
Gayle, what was the Democratic Governors responsibilty in preparing for Katrina?
What was the Democratic Mayor of New Orleans responsibility in preparing for Katrina?
Show us how partisan and myopic you are one more time.

Go ahead and say it Gayle, you know you want to.

"Bububut Bubububuuush!"

It's about as deep as your critical analysis goes.

Bobbyrx
12-30-2007, 12:02 PM
Now there you go with "your boy Bush". I don't care for Bush and he is responsible for enough stupid things on his own to be blamed for acts of nature. I don't recall any presidential candidate, Republican or Democrat, in my life time who has mentioned fixing the flooding possibility in New Orleans as a campaign promise. When there is a flood, you will find people on roof tops, regardless of where it is or who the president is.
From Popular Mechanics :
"Bumbling by top disaster-management officials fueled a perception of general inaction, one that was compounded by impassioned news anchors. In fact, the response to Hurricane Katrina was by far the largest--and fastest-rescue effort in U.S. history, with nearly 100,000 emergency personnel arriving on the scene within three days of the storm's landfall.

Dozens of National Guard and Coast Guard helicopters flew rescue operations that first day--some just 2 hours after Katrina hit the coast. Hoistless Army helicopters improvised rescues, carefully hovering on rooftops to pick up survivors. On the ground, "guardsmen had to chop their way through, moving trees and recreating roadways," says Jack Harrison of the National Guard. By the end of the week, 50,000 National Guard troops in the Gulf Coast region had saved 17,000 people; 4000 Coast Guard personnel saved more than 33,000.

These units had help from local, state and national responders, including five helicopters from the Navy ship Bataan and choppers from the Air Force and police. The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries dispatched 250 agents in boats. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), state police and sheriffs' departments launched rescue flotillas. By Wednesday morning, volunteers and national teams joined the effort, including eight units from California's Swift Water Rescue. By Sept. 8, the waterborne operation had rescued 20,000.

While the press focused on FEMA's shortcomings, this broad array of local, state and national responders pulled off an extraordinary success--especially given the huge area devastated by the storm. Computer simulations of a Katrina-strength hurricane had estimated a worst-case-scenario death toll of more than 60,000 people in Louisiana. The actual number was 1077 in that state."

FEMA IS supposed to respond and they did, but they are not supposed to be a first responder. It's impossible. Did Bush appoint a boob to head FEMA? You bet, but thank goodness he had very little to do with day to day operations.

Now the blame for the lack of preparedness can be placed at the feet of local,state, and federal agencies going back for decades.. It was a disaster waiting to happen that no one wanted to take seriously, until it was too late

nAz
12-30-2007, 12:42 PM
bobby while it's true local and state could have dome more over so many years of knowing it could and would happen some day (failing dams) they are not alone to blame remember the bush administration proposed spending less than 20% of the funds requested by N.O. officials to provide minimum storm-safety protections for the city. the funds were instead diverted to fund the Iraq War, so the necessary work to the levees in 04 to 05 was never performed. ah who knows maybe if we were to privatize the Army corp of engineers things would have been better, im sure some people would love that idea.

bamadog
12-30-2007, 01:19 PM
<blockquote><font class="small">Quote nAz:</font><hr> bobby while it's true local and state could have dome more over so many years of knowing it could and would happen some day (failing dams) they are not alone to blame remember the bush administration proposed spending less than 20% of the funds requested by N.O. officials to provide minimum storm-safety protections for the city. the funds were instead diverted to fund the Iraq War, so the necessary work to the levees in 04 to 05 was never performed. ah who knows maybe if we were to privatize the Army corp of engineers things would have been better, im sure some people would love that idea. <hr /></blockquote>

Pres. Bush authorized more money, for levee repair in NO, in his first term, than Clinton did in BOTH his terms.
The main problem with the sorry state of readiness, evacuation, and disaster response in NO was the city administration had been run by Democrats for 30 years.
They had embraced, and institutionalized, the victim mindset that they were incapable of helping themselves. They yelled about their rights as citizens, but ignored their responsibilities.
That is why warnings from the Federal govt went unheeded, no plan was instituted, no supplies stockpiled, and hundreds of city owned buses, that could have been used in an evacuation effort, were left in their flooded lots.
Instead, after the debacle was apparent, the disgusting con-man they elected Mayor, Nagin, went on TV to decry the lack of Federal response.
He represents everything that is wrong with the welfare state.

Gayle in MD
12-30-2007, 01:27 PM
Katrina is just one of the disasters we will continue to see, as he builds his 60 Billion dollar Embassy in Iraq, while over nine billion is still missing, unaccounted for, and that doesn['t even include all the missing weapons.

These suggestions that people blame Bush for a hurricane, are a joke. Just more right wing bs used to ignore his overwhelming incompetence.

While he was yapping about WWIII with Iran, he had already been informed that there was no reason to believe they were building nuclear weapons. Fear is the weapon he uses to exploit the American people.

One and a half trillion spent in Iraq, most say that doesn't include everything, and we're still being jerked off by Maliki. I'm sure the next tyrant will enjoy the biggest embassy in the world, bigger than the vatican. And after all this, the country is in shambles, people homeless, dead and injured, no water, no sewer system, waste running in the streets, yet we still have sheep out there defending the chimp, and the mess he has made over there.

Meanwhile, Pakistan/Afghanistan, the Taliban and al Qaeda, (a Q said to be stronger than anytime since 9/11) which should have been our focus all along, is emerging as the undeniablly critical foreign policy matter it should have been all along.

How many more days before we get this disasterous F-up out of the White House?

Bush insists on a veto, unless big oil continues to get subsidies, while refusing to sign anything that provides health care for sick kids. History will have a field day with this jerk.

The purpose of FEMA is to answer the call when the local people cannot handle it alone. FEMA failed miserably. Another case of Bush being warned by expert opinion, and failing to keep his eye on the ball. Another case of apppointing incompetent people, and then trying to lie his way out of the disaster.

Gayle in Md.

LWW
12-31-2007, 06:45 AM
<blockquote><font class="small">Quote Gayle in MD:</font><hr> AH HA HA HA...Now, the Federal Emergency Management Agency is not supposed to respond in emergencies.

Their first duty is to provide food and water to susvivors of national disaster emergencies. I guess you didn't see the people on the roof begging for food and water, huh?

It was a complete failure of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, period, and your boy Bush, didn't bother tracking the hurricane, even after the National Hurricane advisor talkd him, in advance, that the situation would be critical. Have you forgotten the video, which exposed yet another of Bush's lies.<hr /></blockquote>

ABSOLUTELY WRONG! (http://www.fema.gov/)

FEMA's first duty is and always has been to contact LOCAL authorities 24 hours AFTER the disaster to see what they even NEED.

FEMA regs call for LOCAL officials to be able to stand up to the time frame from 25 to 96 hours while FEMA mobilizes and moves what is needed.

This is all the truth and is all known to anyone who seeks the truth, Being a moonbat you obviously do not, but I will not stand for these lies to go uncontested. Lord knows the damage tou have inflicted upon houndo and crew and it must stop!

Furthermore, Katrina WAS tracked. Local authorities WERE notified. The locals HAD filed with FEMA an eergency plan and ASSURED the FEMA officials that shelters with food, housing, and meds were in place. Of course, they had LIED, and of course blinded by partisan hatred you swallowed the lie.

In addition there WERE buses available for evacuation and Nagin had local media advise people NOT to use them but to go to the Superdome.

The bottom line is that a moonbat city hall and a moonbat governor betrayed the uneducated and illiterate masses and the national moonbats ignored all reality and did the only thing they do well ... shifted blame to a strawman,

Gayle, for your info, many Americans are dead today because a corrupt liberal democratic moonbat state took federal monies to improve the levees and built casinos. They took FEMA funds to supply shelters and squandered it on other moonbat projects. They took FEMA money for first responder training and stole it.

Yet, you care not for the dead ... not as long as you can swallow a DNC/MSM lie and then regurgitate the pap on public forum in a blatant display of hate and sedition.

Now, and we know you won't, dispute the data or be exposed as the mmonbat you truly are.

LWW

LWW
12-31-2007, 06:59 AM
And after your pack of lies is exposed what do you do? Admit your error?

No, you howl at the moon about something else hoping your moronic minions can rally around you yet again.

http://caosblog.com/images/moonbat.jpg http://caosblog.com/images/moonbat.jpg http://caosblog.com/images/moonbat.jpg http://caosblog.com/images/moonbat.jpg

LWW

DickLeonard
12-31-2007, 02:08 PM
LWW "Good Job Brownie" one of the Boobs more memorable Quotes.####

LWW
12-31-2007, 05:19 PM
I wonder where Brownie hid the keys?

http://accordionguy.blogware.com/Photos/2005/09/katrina/katrina_buses.jpg
Buses that, for the moonbat idea to be true, said
Brownie must have sneaked into Nawlins then back
to DC with the keys. WOW! All the work of a dolt
who is also an EEEVILLL genius! Of course, if you are
a moonbat you needn't worry about things like logic.

LWW