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100 Reasons - and One Big Question

redtie Wrote: Nov 05, 2012 3:53 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.
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.
Did 'Rosie the Riveter' need a tax cut to put in long hours of work at the B-17 plant that made bombers that bombed Fascist Germany to smithereenes? Most Americans prior to WWII didn't even pay income taxes, but after Pearl Harbor, ALL Americans were willing to sacrifice (pay more taxes and endure rationing) to defeat the Fascist enemies of their time. The only way flag waving Republicans are willing to pay for today's fight against the Fascists of today is to dump the entire cost of our wars onto the national credit card. It's a big shame.
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100 Reasons - and One Big Question

redtie Wrote: Nov 05, 2012 3:48 PM
Did 'Rosie the Riveter' need a tax cut to put in long hours of work at the B-29 plant that made bombers that bombed the 'Land of the Rising Sun' to kingdom come? The Republican party's precious tax cut during WAR is a big disgrace and is not the sign of a superpower that is willing to 'buck up' and engage the enemy. And this discussion has nothing, whatsoever, to do with our foreign-born Muslim president. It is not a military tactic, it IS a sign of gutlessness and weaseliness in the face of our country's Islamic-Fascist threat.
Did 'Rosie the Riveter' need a tax cut to put in long hours of work at the B-29 plant that made bombers that bombed the 'Land of the Rising Sun' to kingdom come? The Republican party's precious tax cut during WAR is a big disgrace and is not the sign of a superpower that is willing to 'buck up' and engage the enemy. And this discussion has nothing, whatsoever, to do with our foreign-born Muslim president. It is not a military tactic, it IS a sign of gutlessness and weaseliness in the face of our country's Islamic-Fascist threat.
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100 Reasons - and One Big Question

redtie Wrote: Nov 05, 2012 3:46 PM
Here is a headline from not too long ago; "Iran Sees Gains in Iraq Election." Iran's man Muqtada al-Sadr is gaining ever more political influence. Al-Sadr, who has thousands of followers across Iraq, has opposed the presence of all foreign forces and calls for an end to the occupation of Iraq. Al-Sadr has a portrait of his hero the 'Grand Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini' in his office. American military might, nation building expertise and Republican social engineering may have soon complete the installation of an Islamic-Fascist state in the middle east. Thank you Republican Party say the Islamo-Fascists of the world! It was all accomplished with the Bush tax cut. Yippee!
I've heard you Neo-Con Republican shills often repeat the phrase, "America is in the fight of our lives...America is at a cross roads and the stakes are high, maybe even our lives are at stake." And more drama like, "The Democrats don't seem to even acknowledge that we are at war with a brutal throat slashing, burn people alive enemy that wants to destroy us. They'd pull our troops away from fighting in foreign countries with the inevitable result of the fight moving to our own homeland." But, truth be told, the only way those with a slobbering love affair with the Republican Party are willing to pay for this engagement with the Islamo-Fascist enemy is to hold onto their precious George W. Bush tax cut.
The War in Iraq was a liberal social-engineering project, costed like $12 billion/month. The cost per American is $40/month for the past eight years. 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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redtie Wrote: Nov 05, 2012 3:40 PM
The War in Iraq was a liberal social-engineering project, costed like $12 billion/month. The cost per American is $40/month for the past eight years. 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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