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Old May 10th, 2007, 02:55 AM   #1
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The Iraq War is over

All the signs are there. Haliburton moving to the United Arab Emmerants. Tony Blair resigning. These guys are taking their blood money and running. The U.S. Congress is challenging George Bush. The American People are just plain sick and disgusted about the Iraq War. All these signs point out that the Iraq War is already over.
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Old May 10th, 2007, 05:03 AM   #2
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All the signs are there. Haliburton moving to the United Arab Emmerants. Tony Blair resigning. These guys are taking their blood money and running. The U.S. Congress is challenging George Bush. The American People are just plain sick and disgusted about the Iraq War. All these signs point out that the Iraq War is already over.


That's funny. Some of the military bases there are still being upgraded and expanded. There's still plenty of work for contractors. 30,000 additional troops are now being deployed to Iraq. It ain't over yet.
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I haven't heard the fat lady sing yet...
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That's funny. Some of the military bases there are still being upgraded and expanded. There's still plenty of work for contractors. 30,000 additional troops are now being deployed to Iraq. It ain't over yet.


I think it's referencing the corruption. Cheney is moving to a nation which will not extradite him to the world courts that have him on a waiting list, along with Bush and Blair for war crimes. The military bases will not go much further with the cut in funds...that is part of the reason the Democrats are halting this...Iraq wants NO bases of our on their soil.



Contracts and work...LOL!!!! They've had your same dollar every minute for the last 4 years. And contractors will NOT be American you can count on that. Once the French President gets over there, he will get some of those contracts.



Just because troops are being deployed does NOT mean the war is going strong. Bush is already backing down and the republicans have the gun to his head if he doesn't bring the troops home should the war go bad still in September.
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That's funny. Some of the military bases there are still being upgraded and expanded. There's still plenty of work for contractors. 30,000 additional troops are now being deployed to Iraq. It ain't over yet.


Look out, if Bush vetoes many more Iraq War Spending Bills you may not get your pay cheque!
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That's funny. Some of the military bases there are still being upgraded and expanded. There's still plenty of work for contractors. 30,000 additional troops are now being deployed to Iraq. It ain't over yet.
Just the Republicans stealing more money and murdering more people. Anybody with a brain knows Iraq is over. Of course there are going to be Republican Slime Balls who ride this profit train to the bitter end. Just like Viet Nam.
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This war really should have never taken place. We could have just sent a special task force over there to take out Saddam. A whole military? I find this all very disturbing. If we want to rid the world of terrorist, then we need to leave. To them, we are the terrorist. The war effort is going downhill. As soon as Bush is out of office, this war is done. Anyone here think bush should be impeached?
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This war really should have never taken place. We could have just sent a special task force over there to take out Saddam. A whole military? I find this all very disturbing. If we want to rid the world of terrorist, then we need to leave. To them, we are the terrorist. The war effort is going downhill. As soon as Bush is out of office, this war is done. Anyone here think bush should be impeached?
George Bush should be tried for Mass Murder, but this will not happen nor will impeachment. The Bush family is far too powerful.
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I don't know...here in America maybe people are afraid. I know his father scared Perot. But I think this family will get their in the world courts..as will Cheney and his family. It's their karma...it's destined, IMHO
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That's funny. Some of the military bases there are still being upgraded and expanded. There's still plenty of work for contractors. 30,000 additional troops are now being deployed to Iraq. It ain't over yet.


Over when Saddam fell

Over when 'Mission Accomplished'

Over when Saddam hung

Over on the 1st vote

Over on the 2nd vote

Over on the 3rd vote

Over when there's a elected democratic government in place





How can one end a war when the end of the war is a moving target? Bush has more reasons to stay then he's ever had to leave. The man just loves death and war, bloodshed, funerals, wounded soldiers - Marines - sailors - and airmen, all those grand illustrious things daddy used to tell him about. He's dreamt of this his whole life long. Learned alot of drinking songs about war.



It won't be over until his daughters have a safe and secure job with Halliburton.
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