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(Canada.com)   Lara Logan is hotter than Melissa Theuriau. This dog wants a sammich. Oh yeah, she sez Iraq is teh suk   (crooksandliars.com) divider line 119
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2006-03-26 02:18:21 PM
At first look I thought "Yes, she is hot". But hotter than Melissa Theuriau? Then I heard what she had to say and now I am in love.
 
2006-03-26 02:20:13 PM
She looks alright, but I don't know about better than the French chick

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2006-03-26 02:22:15 PM
wwwimage.cbsnews.com

I'd press it.
 
2006-03-26 02:25:31 PM
I want to make love to her in the worst possible way.

Standing up in a hammock.
 
2006-03-26 02:26:22 PM
Sorry there, Sparky. But I'm more of an Erica Hill fan myself.

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2006-03-26 02:27:49 PM
She's nice. But there's something missing when I can understand what she is saying.
 
2006-03-26 02:28:17 PM
Not even close. Sorry, babe.
 
2006-03-26 02:28:45 PM
Does she also do some work for 60 Minutes?
 
2006-03-26 02:28:59 PM
WRONG = Submitter
 
2006-03-26 02:32:09 PM
So what she's basically saying is they can't show schools for fear they'll be attacked.

To me that just shows the cold heartedness of the insurgency. Sounds like a point I'd be stressing so the world could see what brand of monster Iraq is fighting against.

Oh wait. It's all about Republicans. My bad.
 
2006-03-26 02:34:32 PM
OK, this is ridiculous. No one is hotter than Melissa Theuriau. Period. This shouldn't even be a discussion.

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It's over. Done. She wins.
 
2006-03-26 02:36:57 PM
She may not be hotter, but she impressed me with what she had to say.
 
2006-03-26 02:44:26 PM
KaponoFor3: It's over. Done. She wins.


fap fap fap fap fap fap.

The fact that her face is asymmetircal makes her even hotter.

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2006-03-26 02:44:45 PM
Also, that link isn't to "canada.com", but rather some blog called crooksandliars.com.

From the article...

You know, are there positive stories? Can't you find them? You don't think that I haven't been to the U.S. military and the State Department and the embassy and asked them over and over again, let's see the good stories, show us some of the good things that are going on? Oh, sorry, we can't take to you that school project, because if you put that on TV, they're going to be attacked about, the teachers are going to be killed, the children might be victims of attack.

Oh, sorry, we can't show this reconstruction project because then that's going to expose it to sabotage. And the last time we had journalists down here, the plant was attacked. I mean, security dominates every single thing that happens in this country.So how it is that security issues should not then dominate the media coverage coming out of here?


As GraphicAddiction said, this just goes to show the cold heartedness of the insurgency in Iraq. Sure, they may not have existed unless we went over, but now I think its time that people stop arguing about the initial decision to go in (seeing as it can't be well undone at this point). Besides, in 2006 everyone will have a chance to replace all those Congressmen who voted for going into Iraq if they disagree with the decision. Let the ballot box be your voice.

But, back to the original reason for this thread -- Melissa Theuriau can't be touched.
 
2006-03-26 02:53:50 PM
I'm going to have to see many, many more pictures of both of them before I make up my mind.
 
2006-03-26 02:56:28 PM
KaponoFor3: Melissa Theuriau can't be touched

Oh yes she can. And she can also file restraining orders.
 
2006-03-26 03:03:33 PM
GraphicAddiction:
So what she's basically saying is they can't show schools for fear they'll be attacked.

To me that just shows the cold heartedness of the insurgency.


While it no doubt exposed their cold-heartedness, it also highlights the complete failure to establish security.
 
2006-03-26 03:06:06 PM
sorry, but there's nobody in the news thats hotter than Theurieu.
 
2006-03-26 03:06:14 PM
I just think this headline shows how some people get a hard on for anybody who'll ignore the actual problem and rag on political opponents.
 
2006-03-26 03:07:04 PM
Zulu_as_Kono: it also highlights the complete failure to establish security.

Complete failure?

Okay, this has turned into a propaganda session. That's it for me.
 
2006-03-26 03:11:42 PM
Ok, remove "complete" - can you argue that in the past three years we have not failed to provide security in Iraq?
 
2006-03-26 03:21:21 PM
Zulu_as_Kono: can you argue that in the past three years we have not failed to provide security in Iraq?

We don't know. We can't see because of all the security.

Isn't that what we just read?

The press needs to do the right thing and tell us what's going on outside the bloody and the sensational. We need to know that we can't see the kids going to school because the insurgency will target them. The press has failed to do so.

They've failed to inform us of just about anything that doesn't involve a body count. Now this woman has deflected blame and done some blaming of her own.

Everyone wants to know what's going on over there and why we're not being told about everything....it's not just the Republicans.
 
2006-03-26 03:33:16 PM
GraphicAddiction: The press needs to do the right thing and tell us what's going on outside the bloody and the sensational.

There's far more going on that's bloody than not. Fair and balanced reporting means it leans to the side of the bloody, unfortunately.

There are things happening every day to the Iraqi people every day that would make your hair stand on end.
 
2006-03-26 03:43:19 PM
whatshisname: There's far more going on that's bloody than not.

How the hell do you know? The press can't tell you about anything else.

Twenty five million people and your going to try and tell me that's all that goes on is the bombing?

There are things happening every day to the Iraqi people every day that would make your hair stand on end.

And there are things going on that would make me smile too. I want to know the truth from the source, not read a politically slanted opinion from some random user on an intarweb message board.
 
2006-03-26 04:01:45 PM
whatshisname: There's far more going on that's bloody than not.

GraphicAddiction: How the hell do you know? The press can't tell you about anything else.

Isn't that kind of the point?
 
2006-03-26 04:02:44 PM
24.249.98.5


I.....I love you, Melissa.


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Oh, and GraphicAddiction, it might be worth noting that the U.S. government has finally given up on trying to rebuild Iraq.

They're on their own now in that regard.
 
2006-03-26 04:12:03 PM
HumbleGod: Isn't that kind of the point?

No, but think what you want.

Riche: it might be worth noting that the U.S. government has finally given up on trying to rebuild Iraq.

It's about damn time. They need to start protecting themselves and policing themselves, too.
 
2006-03-26 04:41:43 PM
GraphicAddiction


It's about damn time. They need to start protecting themselves and policing themselves, too.


We blew the shiat out of that country, for NO GOOD REASON. Iraq posed no threat to us. We didn't close the rape rooms. We didn't even stop the torture.

And from the look of things, we sure as hell haven't brought the Iraqis any security.

Today their infrastructure is in ruins-- blown away by American bombs.

And now, among all this chaos and calamity in Iraq we Americans have wrought, you say we should just say to the Iraqis "Well, You're on your own now. Enjoy your new democracy and best of luck!"


To be honest, things are so farked up in that country now I honestly can't say if a pullout from Iraq would be a good idea or not.

But I do know Iraq is in FAR worse shape today than it was pre-invasion, and every prediction our government has made about Iraq was wrong, wrong, wrong.

Dosen't it bug you to know your government has invaded a country that posed no threat to us and blew up all the infrastructure, killed tens of thousands of their citizens and kicked off a civil war?

Dosen't that bug you?

Even a little?
 
2006-03-26 04:47:56 PM
I gotta go with GraphicAddiction on this one, the whole thrust of the article is that they can't show the positive things being done because if they do so they will bring attention to it and then the "Insurgents" will attack it just to show that there is no positives and thereby help bring down the determination of the US to support our being there. In other words, a propaganda move by only allowing the bad aspects to be shown using the heartless force of the "Insurgents" to make it look that way.
 
2006-03-26 05:11:16 PM
Riche: We blew the shiat out of that country, for NO GOOD REASON. Iraq posed no threat to us. We didn't close the rape rooms. We didn't even stop the torture.

That is purely your opinion. You are welcomed to it, but please don't present it as fact or expect it to bother me.

And from the look of things, we sure as hell haven't brought the Iraqis any security.

Yes, such as making sure schools aren't being blown up. Heard about any of those going boom lately? Didn't think so.

Radioactive Ass: the whole thrust of the article is that they can't show the positive things being done because if they do so they will bring attention to it and then the "Insurgents" will attack it just to show that there is no positives and thereby help bring down the determination of the US to support our being there. In other words, a propaganda move by only allowing the bad aspects to be shown using the heartless force of the "Insurgents" to make it look that way.

I think letting us know why they can't show schools would hurt the insurgency. The western press would have been all over that aspect of the situation half a century ago.

But, since we're all only supposed to be interested in what those bastard Repbublicans are up to, that's all we get anymore.
 
2006-03-26 05:15:31 PM
GraphicAddiction: Twenty five million people and your going to try and tell me that's all that goes on is the bombing?

No, there are also kidnappings, snipers, starvation, rapes, torture, illness and people living without sanitation, power and water for years on end. The average Iraqi is sick to death (literally) of the occupation. They'd rather have Saddam than what they have now.

The point of the article was fairness and balance in reporting "Why isn't the darn liberal media reporting the good stuff!!!??" Why? Because there's precious little good about the situation to report.
 
2006-03-26 05:18:04 PM
The reason the press doesn't report on much in Iraq is because they are all too terrified to go outside of the Green Zone.
 
2006-03-26 05:23:13 PM
whatshisname: The average Iraqi is sick to death (literally) of the occupation. They'd rather have Saddam than what they have now.

Okay, that sounds like propaganda for the insurgency. Are you in Iraq? Or did you read that at DU?

Abagadro: The reason the press doesn't report on much in Iraq is because they are all too terrified to go outside of the Green Zone.

Yeah, I heard that in the article the other day from a guy who rides around with patrols and waves back at the kids in the streets.

I'm not sure how you can get the real news when you're cowering in a motel room.
 
2006-03-26 05:35:10 PM
whatshisname: The average Iraqi is sick to death (literally) of the occupation. They'd rather have Saddam than what they have now.

Care to cite a source for this opinion por favor? Have you interviewed many Iraqis?

I've talked to many people in the army who are over there now and who have come back recently. The media doesn't show what the "average Iraqi" thinks -- it shows what will get them ratings. Death and bombings bring in more ratings. Thinking that the media cares about anything other than that is naive at best.

Don't you think the average Iraqi is more pissed at the insurgency, which continues to blow up oil, water, and sanitation facilities?
 
2006-03-26 05:35:41 PM
GraphicAddiction:
Okay, this has turned into a propaganda session. That's it for me.


Guess who turned it into a propaganda session.

\hint: look in a mirror
 
2006-03-26 05:38:00 PM
GraphicAddiction:
The press needs to do the right thing and tell us what's going on outside the bloody and the sensational.

Yes! I made it to work on time yesterday, and there was NOT ONE DAMN THING about it on CNN! All they care about is the "interesting stuff," apparently.
 
2006-03-26 05:43:07 PM
Kyosuke: Guess who turned it into a propaganda session.

Is being critical of the press and the lousy job their doing political propaganda now?

Oh, that's right. Republicans are the only guys who do such a horrible thing.

This woman told us it was so. It must be true.
 
2006-03-26 05:43:46 PM
*** the lousy job they're doing...
 
2006-03-26 05:45:43 PM
KaponoFor3: Don't you think the average Iraqi is more pissed at the insurgency, which continues to blow up oil, water, and sanitation facilities?


No. There would be no insurgency without the blundered occupation.

If you want sources look outside the typical American media, Try The Guardian for a start.
 
2006-03-26 05:46:56 PM
If things were as peachy as some people seem to think, the US would not be completely abandoning the reconstruction process.
 
2006-03-26 05:55:52 PM
whatshisname: There would be no insurgency without the blundered occupation.

More propaganda with no back up.

There are actually documents being translated as we speak that indicates al-Qaeda had set up shop in Iraq early on and they may have been done without Saddam's permission.

It's looking as if there was an insurgency before the war even started.

You may want to do some research and revise your story accordingly.
 
2006-03-26 06:02:56 PM
Abagadro: the US would not be completely abandoning the reconstruction process.

It aid was going to stop sometime.

It's a shame we didn't get everything done we wanted to, but I'm not exactly sure the failure to reach goals is the reason we're quitting.

From your article:

Iraq's deputy finance minister, Kamal Field al-Basri, said it was "reasonable" for the United States to sharply cut back its reconstruction efforts after spending about $21 billion. "We should be very much dependent on ourselves," al-Basri said in an interview.
 
2006-03-26 06:05:52 PM
*** The aid was going to stop sometime.

Bad editing.
 
2006-03-26 06:09:54 PM
Submitter needs to have his eyes examined.
 
2006-03-26 06:10:06 PM
GraphicAddiction:
Is being critical of the press and the lousy job their doing political propaganda now?

Good boy. You're following the rules perfectly:
homepage.mac.com
 
2006-03-26 06:13:36 PM
kyosuke

I'm guessing that's a slam on the right, but doesn't that really go both ways?
 
2006-03-26 06:14:54 PM
Kyosuke: Good boy. You're following the rules perfectly

If you care to actually show the quotes of mine that promote political propaganda, I'd be happy to discuss it with you.

If you'd rather post irrelevant funny pictures instead, have at it.
 
2006-03-26 06:21:23 PM
From your article:

I didn't post any article. I seriously doubt leaving half-assed projects all over the place after dumping 10s of billions of dollars into it constitutes merely "not meeting goals." It's a complete clusterfark.

If you'd rather post irrelevant funny pictures instead, have at it.

Heh. You are a constant source of irony considering this is your modus operandi in many threads.
 
2006-03-26 06:23:35 PM
GraphicAddiction:

Your very Weeners in this thread:
So what she's basically saying is they can't show schools for fear they'll be attacked.To me that just shows the cold heartedness of the insurgency. Sounds like a point I'd be stressing so the world could see what brand of monster Iraq is fighting against.Oh wait. It's all about Republicans. My bad.


"...monster Iraq is fighting against"??? Iraqis are fighting Iraqis. Some would call that a 'Civil War.'

\looks to me like you've got some propaganda of your own to disseminate.
\\and please, don't call US troops "cold hearted"
 
2006-03-26 06:25:26 PM
Abagadro: I didn't post any article.

My bad. That was Riche.

It's a complete clusterfark.

And yet, it's "reasonable" to cut back on aid as far as the Iraqi Government is concerned. Okay.

Heh. You are a constant source of irony considering this is your modus operandi in many threads.

What? Out of arguments? Or can't you find any propaganda either?
 
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