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(Tampa Bay Online)   Bush and Cheney refuse to discuss "what if" scenarios in Iraq, continue to stay "Give them liberty or give them death" course   (tbo.com) divider line 10
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2006-10-28 01:18:56 PM
40 years ago everyone had to remember the phrase, "I'd rather be dead than red".

I guess the Iraq people have learned, "I'd rather be bombed than Saddamed"
 
2006-10-28 01:39:45 PM
"Give them liberty or give them death"

I'm ashamed to admit that this headline thoroughly cracked me up, bit it did. Good one, Smitty.

Eat More Possum - Unfortunately, I'm pretty sure there are plenty of Iraqis who have learned the opposite of what you suggest and would "rather be Saddamed than bombed."
 
2006-10-29 02:56:28 AM
No rape rooms, no problem.
 
2006-10-29 04:07:25 AM
CHAZZZ - No rape rooms, no problem.

as the Unitary Executive (aka "The Decider"), Bush has reserved the right to rape prisoners in any room he damn well pleases.
 
2006-10-29 04:26:04 AM
 
2006-10-29 07:14:48 AM
mrexcess: Torture may be worse now in Iraq than under former leader Saddam Hussein, the UN's chief anti-torture expert says.

Oh, like he wasn't going to say that no matter what! His whole gig is: PEOPLE GETTING TORTURED OMFG! He comes out and says, " not much happenin'" and he's just another unemployed bureaucrat.

Not saying he's wrong, just that he has a vested interest in torture.
 
2006-10-29 09:29:17 AM
TheOther
Oh, like he wasn't going to say that no matter what! His whole gig is: PEOPLE GETTING TORTURED OMFG! He comes out and says, " not much happenin'" and he's just another unemployed bureaucrat.

That's among the more absurd dismissals I've ever heard. He couldn't claim such a thing without evidence. Yes, he's presently appointed by the UN to look into issues of torture world-wide, but he's also a law professor at the University of Vienna. I doubt that they guy is so hard up for employment. I hope you're being sarcastic.
 
2006-10-29 09:50:17 AM
mrexcess: I hope you're being sarcastic.

It's either that or I'm a whiny blame-the-UN Bush apologist.
 
2006-10-29 11:44:32 AM
TheOther: Hehehe, K.
 
2006-10-29 10:45:39 PM
pssst! Didn't you guys hear? Bush was never "stay the course." He said so himself, so it must be true.
 
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