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The Denver Debate: A Second Look

E3Troit Wrote: Oct 06, 2012 11:29 PM
You can thank the Republican party for limiting our options on Iran. If we bomb Iran, wont the US military have to re-surge in Iraq all over again? If we bomb Iran, wont IED detonations against US military personnel go up sharply in Afghanistan? You can kiss goodbye any military draw down in Iraq or Afghanistan if Iran is bombed. Here's what the card-carrying Republicans and the dupes of the Republican party will respond with; "If we need to re-surge in Iraq and Afghanistan, then that's another opportunity for a tax cut....Hooorah!"
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Mitt Romney: Born Again

E3Troit Wrote: Oct 06, 2012 9:52 PM
Dupes of the Republican party's propaganda machine say that the libs prevented Bush from winning early on in Iraq by forcing him to keep the gloves on. Proof that conservatives are idiots. General Petreaus strategy in Iraq and Afghanistan is to keep the gloves on. Dang, these conservatives would not know what Blitzkreig meant in 1944. These idiots would think it was rolling a depth charge off the back end of a tin can. DOLTS!
Here is what I do know. The USA, essentially, had a balanced budget at the end of Bubba Clinton's presidency. The Republican party, then, single-handedly pisssed it all away. Let's see, social engineering project in Iraq, nation building in Afghanistan, pork barrel spending explosion, No Child Left Behind, ethanol mandates, Medicare Prescription, Faith Based Initiatives, airline bailout, auto bailout, insurance company bailout, Wall Street bailout, federally regulated bank bailout and federally non-regulated bank bailout. And all paid for with our precious George W. Bush tax cut. Who said "when the Iraqis stand up, we can stand down"? And when did he say it?
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Turkey Creates Base for Syrian Opposition

E3Troit Wrote: Oct 06, 2012 8:27 PM
Republicans and dupes of the Republican party will always tell you that their precious George W. Bush tax cut paid for the Republican party's eight year social engineering project in Iraq. Here's what these people do not care to learn. Tens of thousands of Iraqi war veterans (victims of the eight year George W. Bush 'Reign of Error) will need expensive medical services from the government run health care agency known as the Veterans Administration. Guess who is going to pay for the long term consequences of this Republican social engineering project in Iraq? Today's young adults will be paying their entire adult working life to care for these 'victims' of the Republican party's social engineering project in Iraq.
The fearful leader Saddam had Weapons of Mass Destruction to kill Americans in 2003. The Americans came to Iraq, putting themselves in close proximity to these WMD. Saddam, scared that his public image would be tarnished (don't all evil despots!), banished his WMD to a far-away place called Syria. These weapons, unbeknown to Saddam completely degraded over the next few months. Saddam was found in a hole. When the Iraqis stand down, the Americans can stand up. No.... IT IS, when the Iraqis, stand up the Americans can stand down. Hoorah! And then the Iraqis grant all oil concessions to the Red Chinese because the Chinese have been saving their money not liberating people.
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Allen West's Wife Defends Her Husband

E3Troit Wrote: Oct 06, 2012 7:06 PM
SSgt West was dishonourable discharged.
When the Republican social engineering project soured in Iraq, the Republican party concocted the notion of 'Clinton Administration defense cuts' as the reason why insufficient troops were sent to Iraq. The Republican Party LIED while American soldiers died. These odious, godless, unpatriotic Republicans lied twice. Firstly, as we all true conservatives know, it was the Republican-controlled Congress defense cuts that cut our military to the bone in the 1990's. Secondly, it was the Republican Party that cold-heartedly decided that their precious tax cut was more important than doing a competent job in Iraq. If the Republican Party lies about matters of national security, then what can they be trusted for?
Card-carrying Republicans respond with "Why won't the Democrats raise taxes?" The American public has learned that the Republican Medicare Prescription is free, the Republican social engineering project in Iraq is free and the Republican nation building project in Afghanistan is free. It's just easier to roll a stone downhill than uphill. Capiche?
Why worry about the deficit? Why not just apply some more 'supply-side' theory as the Republicans did during the entire George W. Bush 'Reign of Error?' Let's not forget the four pillars of supply-side theory. 1.) Tax cuts increase revenue. 2.) Deficits do not matter. 3.) The more debt there is, the more opportunities there are for tax cuts in the future. 4.) Every program that the federal government creates or expands presents yet another opportunity for a tax cut. I suggest people read Alan Greenspan's book 'Age of Turbulence' where he says that in 2001 the USA had 'budget surpluses as far as the eye can see.'
Card-carrying Republicans respond with "Why won't the Democrats raise taxes?" The American public has learned that the Republican Medicare Prescription is free, the Republican social engineering project in Iraq is free and the Republican nation building project in Afghanistan is free. It's just easier to roll a stone downhill than uphill. Capiche?
Why worry about the deficit? Why not just apply some more 'supply-side' theory as the Republicans did during the entire George W. Bush 'Reign of Error?' Let's not forget the four pillars of supply-side theory. 1.) Tax cuts increase revenue. 2.) Deficits do not matter. 3.) The more debt there is, the more opportunities there are for tax cuts in the future. 4.) Every program that the federal government creates or expands presents yet another opportunity for a tax cut. I suggest people read Alan Greenspan's book 'Age of Turbulence' where he says that in 2001 the USA had 'budget surpluses as far as the eye can see.'
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