Sunday, September 25, 2005

A Week Of Comments

the problem is that we are in Iraq and he is our president so unless you plan on impeaching him all you are doing is weakining any chance we might have of success in Iraq. I felt the same way about Clinton when he was president but you know what he was my president, I was against impeachment (it was nothing but a political stunt)and pretty much kept my mouth shut during his second term. Here is a little story to show you what I am talking about I was vacationing in Ireland and we were at pub and a bunch of locals were talking about Clinton and how much they loved him( he had recently visted the area we we in) and what a great president they thought he was...a friend of mine challenged them and got into a pretty heated arguement about Clinton. Well anyway I kept my mouth shut and after ward I got in an arguement with my friend because I thought it was innapropriate to slam our president in another country. my point is I am an american we elected Clinton and he was my president. no matter how much i disagreed with him.I just think that you guys hate Bush so much that you can't see that what you are doing is making it harder for him to achieve success in iraq. wheteher you like it or not he is or president and unless he committs an impeachable offense (which he has not because trust me the dems and bloggers are looking) there is little you can do about it and in a time of war to criticize him is not unamerican but it certainly does not help matters. if anybody responds to this take it easy on me this is just my opinion I understand that answering a poll isn't the same as activly protesting the president but if I were ever called by a pollester I wouldn't answer any questions because I don't trust them. Anywho I just think there are times to protest (impeachable offense) and there are times to support and there are times just to sit quietly.Mark


Democat said...
#1 We have to keep talking about the TRUTH because it is out there even if the so called liberal media and The Game's blog don't want people to know what the truth is. Talking includes writing because as we all know the pen (or keyboard) is mightier than the sword.#2 We have to be ACTIVELY involved, writing to our representatives, signing petitions, etc. and VOTING!!!#3 I still think the pay it forward idea for convincing people to register to vote would be neat if it worked. Only a fraction of the people eligible to vote actually do so. Also, convince other people to get involved and to learn about politics, especially young people. They are the future of this country/world, but if PNAC has its way, only the children of the rich will have a future. Whatever happened to idealism? I love Harry Chapin's song "She is Always 17." because it is about youthful idealism.The young people of the 50s/60s/70s are largely responsible for the civil rights movement, rights for women/gays/the disabled, and environmental protections. Too many of today's youth are apathetic and/or brainwashed into being Republican because their parents/ministers/teachers are, and because it's not POPULAR to be a Democrat. Well, duh! Bush's popularity is in the toilet. It's not POPULAR to approve of Bush now-right? Besides that, I thought kids liked to rebel against their parents. You'd think it would encourage them to become liberal Democrats if their parents are Republican conservatives.

The Donkey said...
I am sure the Games blog is #1 in Basra. The morale would just collaspe if not for the game.

The Donkey said...
The Donkey is troubled that Ron could not remember who James Baker is.What was Ron doing in 1986 during the Iran contra hearings? Where was Ron when the Atlanta Branch of Italy’s largest bank, Banca Nacional del Lavoro, with U.S. taxpayer-guaranteed loans, gave $5 billion to Iraq from 1985 to 1989? Iraq took advantage of the loans to free up funds for munitions. U.S. taxpayers have been left with $2 billion in defaulted loans to Iraq.Secretary of State James Baker, met with Iraqi foreign minister Tariq Aziz in October 1989 and intervened personally to support U.S. government loans guarantees to Iraq.And over a year ago, Bush appointed James Baker as his envoy on Iraq's debt on December 5, 2003. Baker was to persuade heads of state to forgive the debts owed to them by Iraq.Does the Florida recount ring a bell?How about PNAC or the Carlyle Group?The Carlyle Group is a closely held corporation, its Directors include Frank Carlucci, former Reagan Secretary of Defense and James Baker.James Baker visited the bin Ladens in 1998 and 1999 with Carlyle CEO Frank Carlucci.The donkey could write for hours on James Baker. How is it that Ron can not place the name?

The Game said...
I only had to read the first paragraph to smile with glee thinking about how crazy the Left look to the average American.why?1. You can't "Bring home the Troops" AND "Support our troops"That is like standing outside a school building and demanding the teachers leave. You can't support someone when you don't want them to do the job they know they need to do. A vast majority are smart enough to understand how important they are. They know why they joined the military, they know the risks...including Casey Sheehan.2. The minute the word "impeach" comes out of your mouth it is music to my ears. You guys are sprinting to the left, so far that no one can even see you anymore.

Anonymous said...
Isn't it amazing that Clinton, a competent president, was impeached even though his popularity rating never went below 56%. His lies did not hurt this country or kill anyone.This president has proven himself incompetent in every area, has lied about everything, and, according to lawyers, there are a minimum of half a dozen grounds to impeach him. His popularity is at 40%, yet it is "loony sounding" for the PEOPLE to want him impeached!!I do not recall THE PEOPLE clamoring for Clinton's impeachment, even after the "Right" spent 60 million dollars trying to find something, anything to use to impeach him. He was investigated, initially, for Whitewater, a land deal in which he lost $60,000. Yet Bush's Harken, in which he made an additional $500,000 he would not have made had he not engaged in insider trading, is not important.Lonna

Dedanna said...
Yep, and those hurricanes ain't over with yet, either.I lean more toward the scientific, but still question a lot about the "conspiracy theories".Then again, "conspiracy theories" now, are what used to be called Freedom of Speech...Don't know if you've heard of HAARP, but...

Ron said...
Thanks Dedanna, I mentioned HAARP on the show on friday as a point of interest. At least it is something to know and stick back there somewhere for full perspective and awareness.

The Donkey said...
Bush plea for cash to rebuild Iraq raises $600Mark Townsend in HoustonSunday September 25, 2005The ObserverAn extraordinary appeal to Americans from the Bush administration for money to help pay for the reconstruction of Iraq has raised only $600. The Bush supporters need to step it up.

4 Comments:

Anonymous Writer said...

To the Game: So let me understand, you support the troops by allowing them to die in the name of lies???What kind of sickness are you suffering from, besides being blind to truth???How many more need to die in order for you to see that this administration is perpetuating an evil that will not continue, that most Americans are begining to realize???Open your eyes to reality, even if it hurts...in furtherance Cindy Sheehan lost her son under the false assumption he was going to fight for democracy, not for bush and his cronies' pockets, there is the difference---he died in the name of propoganda---why can't you learn from history, the bush moguls have!!!They are repeating the propoganda that was spread by the communists in eastern blocked countries for over a quarter of a century, spend less time defending this evil and more time learning how to combat it...READ and LEARN...

12:07 AM, September 27, 2005  
Anonymous Democat said...

Writer is so right (even if she does vote on the left-smile!)
I am so sick of these stupid stickers, signs, etc. that say "Freedom Isn't Free!" and other simple minded propaganda. Did you know, Game, that the reason we call you "sheeple" is because it was the sheep in "Animal Farm" who were so dumb, the pigs taught them to repeat slogans to drown out any intelligent ideas/debate/dissent?
We didn't invade Iraq to defeat terrorists. There weren't a whole lot of terrorists in Iraq because Saddam, (albeit, an evil dictator) made sure of it. Saddam and Bin Laden were enemies. It was, also, fine for us to be allies with Saddam when it was convenient for US. Bush has painted us into a corner because he has surrounded himself with the equivalent of the pigs in "Animal Farm". There's no way to get out of Iraq without America looking bad and no way to stay without bankrupting ourselves, and reinstating the draft so our young men and women can die to make sure Dick Cheney and his good buds can leave more money to THEIR kids that won't be taxed when the estate tax is abolished! Bush is a puppet and HIS friends are paving the way for the Anti-Christ!
Why do you hate America and The Constitution? You must or you would refuse to support the WORST MOST CORRUPT MOST INEPT Administration in U.S. history and its move toward a totalitarian society where only the few will benefit. Go back to your own blog!!

2:47 PM, September 27, 2005  
Blogger Dedanna said...

I still am wondering what those who support the war will consider as making it a "success". What criteria do they go by for this war to be a "success"? What is their aim/goal in it? I've asked Mark the question, to which there was no reply.

What makes an illegal, all-for-oil, bloody, killing war "a success"? They hope for "success" in this war, but what do they mean by it?

If it was finding WMDs, there were none; if it was for finding oil, there's too much civil war over there to get at it; if it was to topple Hussein, then we had no business with it; if it was just in general to make the Iraqis happy, why? How does this benefit the U.S.? I see nothing at all "successful" in this war... nothing at all.

7:34 AM, September 30, 2005  
Anonymous Democat said...

The only thing they may be successful at is causing Armegeddon. Of course, some of Dubya's more wacky followers are anxiously awaiting "the rapture". Perhaps, they are so anxious they're willing to do whatever it takes to make it happen.
God/Goddess gave us FREE WILL. Regardless of the validity of
St. John's prophesy, we can certainly choose to make it come true or not. We can, also, choose to follow the rhetoric of "The Unchristian Coalition" or not. Jesus warned us there would be dark days ahead when we would be oppressed. The Anti-Christ ain't comin' holding a big sign saying who he is. The Devil is the Father of Lies. What better way to decieve the faithful than to come PRETENDING to be a Christian?

4:46 PM, October 06, 2005  

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