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The War in Iraq was a liberal social-engineering project, costed like $12 billion/month. The cost per American was $40/month for eight years (2003-2011). If you had actually been paying this bill from the get-go, your attitude would have been to 'cut and run' faster than Cindy Sheehan. It's time to stop the 'drama queening' and if you think we should have been in Iraq, and 'Operation Enduring Freedom' has national security value, then PAY for it!
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How the Mighty Have Fallen

DaleEarnhardt Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 3:06 PM
The War in Iraq was a liberal social-engineering project, costed like $12 billion/month. The cost per American was $40/month for eight years (2003-2011). If you had actually been paying this bill from the get-go, your attitude would have been to 'cut and run' faster than Cindy Sheehan. It's time to stop the 'drama queening' and if you think we should have been in Iraq, and 'Operation Enduring Freedom' has national security value, then PAY for it!
The War in Iraq was a liberal social-engineering project, costed like $12 billion/month. The cost per American was $40/month for eight years (2003-2011). If you had actually been paying this bill from the get-go, your attitude would have been to 'cut and run' faster than Cindy Sheehan. It's time to stop the 'drama queening' and if you think we should have been in Iraq, and 'Operation Enduring Freedom' has national security value, then PAY for it!
The War in Iraq was a liberal social-engineering project, costed like $12 billion/month. The cost per American was $40/month for eight years (2003-2011). If you had actually been paying this bill from the get-go, your attitude would have been to 'cut and run' faster than Cindy Sheehan. It's time to stop the 'drama queening' and if you think we should have been in Iraq, and 'Operation Enduring Freedom' has national security value, then PAY for it!
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Where are the Red Wave of States ?

DaleEarnhardt Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 3:04 PM
The War in Iraq was a liberal social-engineering project, costed like $12 billion/month. The cost per American was $40/month for eight years (2003-2011). If you had actually been paying this bill from the get-go, your attitude would have been to 'cut and run' faster than Cindy Sheehan. It's time to stop the 'drama queening' and if you think we should have been in Iraq, and 'Operation Enduring Freedom' has national security value, then PAY for it!
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A Flip-Flops President

DaleEarnhardt Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 3:04 PM
The War in Iraq was a liberal social-engineering project, costed like $12 billion/month. The cost per American was $40/month for eight years (2003-2011). If you had actually been paying this bill from the get-go, your attitude would have been to 'cut and run' faster than Cindy Sheehan. It's time to stop the 'drama queening' and if you think we should have been in Iraq, and 'Operation Enduring Freedom' has national security value, then PAY for it!
The War in Iraq was a liberal social-engineering project, costed like $12 billion/month. The cost per American was $40/month for eight years (2003-2011). If you had actually been paying this bill from the get-go, your attitude would have been to 'cut and run' faster than Cindy Sheehan. It's time to stop the 'drama queening' and if you think we should have been in Iraq, and 'Operation Enduring Freedom' has national security value, then PAY for it!
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Contract Now or Snap Later

DaleEarnhardt Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 3:03 PM
The War in Iraq was a liberal social-engineering project, costed like $12 billion/month. The cost per American was $40/month for eight years (2003-2011). If you had actually been paying this bill from the get-go, your attitude would have been to 'cut and run' faster than Cindy Sheehan. It's time to stop the 'drama queening' and if you think we should have been in Iraq, and 'Operation Enduring Freedom' has national security value, then PAY for it!
The Republicans said the Iraq War would pay for itself, and be cheap. Had we had an additional wartime gas tax for eight years (2003-2011) of ONE DOLLAR MORE to pay for our Republican social engineering project in Iraq; I doubt John McCain could have flippantly said we may be in Iraq for 100 years. It's the Republican Party who is full of self absorbed poltroons as they increased domestic spending by two and half times that of 'Bubba' Clinton, in a time of Islamic-Fascism mind you, paid for with tax cuts, and now, believe it or not, they are organizing Tea Parties. Let's start paying for the War in Afghanistan with an additional wartime gas tax, starting today!
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A Flip-Flops President

DaleEarnhardt Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 2:58 PM
The Republicans said the Iraq War would pay for itself, and be cheap. Had we had an additional wartime gas tax for eight years (2003-2011) of ONE DOLLAR MORE to pay for our Republican social engineering project in Iraq; I doubt John McCain could have flippantly said we may be in Iraq for 100 years. It's the Republican Party who is full of self absorbed poltroons as they increased domestic spending by two and half times that of 'Bubba' Clinton, in a time of Islamic-Fascism mind you, paid for with tax cuts, and now, believe it or not, they are organizing Tea Parties. Let's start paying for the War in Afghanistan with an additional wartime gas tax, starting today!
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