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(Brampton Guardian)   "It's unlikely President George Dubya sits up in bed worrying about 250 naked men in Byron Bay, Australia"   ( divider line
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2003-03-14 09:23:43 PM  
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Don't be so sure...
2003-03-14 10:08:13 PM  
Unlikely, after the nightly warm cocoa.
2003-03-14 10:28:46 PM  
Clothes make the man. Naked people have little or no influence on society.

- Mark Twain
2003-03-14 10:47:57 PM  
Jumpin' Jimminy, I was born in Brampton. And I was naked at the time.
2003-03-14 10:49:23 PM  
"The clothes you wear determine your worth as a human being."

Name the animutation, win a bag of hot air.
2003-03-14 10:53:08 PM  
Byron Bay is a town know for alternative lifestyles..................not exactly the type of place, George W. really cares about. Frankly, I doubt John Howard gives a rat's ass about the doobie smoking town.
2003-03-14 11:06:17 PM  
It's not entirely impossible.
2003-03-14 11:25:35 PM  
"Don't like the price of radishes this week in the grocery store? How about showing the store manager your ta-tas during a sit-in in veggie section? Or better yet, do it in the express lane."

I think this is likely to make the prices increase in the hopes of seeing something more.
2003-03-14 11:27:52 PM  

If he did know anything about AUS he would know that they have their own facist Prime Minister right now who is one of Shrub's biggest supporters.

I believe someone asked him about Australia in an interview and he answered the questions in a way that made no sense. That is until you worked out that he thought the country was Austria. Seriously.

Looking for that article now ...
2003-03-14 11:35:10 PM  
Can't find it yet, but this was funny enough to post:

Americans Demand Bribe to Support War, "Just Like Turkey"

WASHINGTON (DPI) - After hearing about the multi-billion-dollar bribe package President Bush is offering Turkey for its war support, American voters have organized to demand a bribe for their own endorsement.

"Why should the foreigners get all the bribe money?" said Marjorie Douglas, president of Americans For Iraqi War Bribes. "Many Americans oppose the war, but could be brought around for just pennies on the dollar of what it costs to buy foreign allies." Responding to such calls for bribes for American war support, Bush said, "That's what the tax cuts were for. It certainly wasn't an economic policy."
2003-03-14 11:39:24 PM  
Xtremehkr :

He was asked who the current leader of Pakistan was, and it was Musharaff(sp), but he had only taken power about a month before and nobody knew that, the problem with that interview is that it was a sniper job and is called dirty reporting. I read up on World news everyday because I am a news junkie and I did not know who the current leader of Pakistan was at the time. Besides he was campaigning(sp) at the time and everybody was focused on domestics issues.

Can anyone here tell me who the current PM of India is without going to the internet to find out?????
2003-03-14 11:46:06 PM  
Tadlette: Offering aid to other countries for there support in a war has been happening for so long, that only people who dont read history get upset about it.
It is not so much as we are bribing them as they are exhorting us for there support. We have done allot for the world (like the US dollar) many countries owe us allot.
2003-03-15 12:01:21 AM  

He was gathering support to become a world leader and he was already a Govenor. He should have been up to the minute as a member of the Govt. He had access to all of that information and should have known it. This just shows how unqualified he was going into the race, he is still diplomatically defiecant and the economy sucks. Maybe Bush should have taken more of an interest in what the job entails and who is involved.
2003-03-15 12:23:52 AM  
TheRapy: hahaha! You funny. Make Quadraton laugh. :P
2003-03-15 12:25:31 AM  
Wow you lefties have made so many convincing points that we should go after the president. In fact more nude people will convince bloody dictators to reform.

You are true world activists, forget the starving in Africa. You made a nude symbol, boy you are clever. Forget the despots in the middle east, you made a nude word.

Be proud, you show what morons that the so called humanitarians are.
2003-03-15 02:44:11 AM  
Grytpype: Please do not accuse me of being what appears to be Rick Steiner wrestling a bottle of mustard plzkthxbye.
2003-03-15 03:00:05 AM  
As Aussie peace activist Grace Knight says, "there is peace in vulnerability."
Perhaps. But peace requires security.Moreover, being naked in public is a strange way to show solidarity with a muslim nation.
2003-03-15 03:01:04 AM  
CanuckGuy, don't sugarcoat. Carolyn Parrish's comments were "Damn Americans. I hate the b*st**ds." It would be much more believable that it was a joke if she said so, but she basically said afterwards that although she regretted the media hearing her comments, she wouldn't guarantee that she would never hear them again, and she "wouldn't have said something if she didn't believe it at all".

Of course, for our moronic government, this is really just par for the course.
2003-03-15 03:01:28 AM  
that should read "predominately muslim nation"
2003-03-15 03:57:34 AM  
you mean all those times that I got overcharged and couldn't get my money back, all I had to do was drop my pants.
2003-03-15 04:53:42 AM  
You know, Bush does kind of remind me of Dennis Quaid's character in Far From Heaven.
2003-03-15 04:58:11 AM  
I'm not sure George Dubya has the brains to either worry or sit up in bed. But I'm taking my clothes off anyway. :)
2003-03-15 08:50:48 AM  
well you see they had a choice between good and evil...having choosen evil they naturaly have the erge to go naked so as to not get their new tails all in a kink when it starts to grow out....
2003-03-15 11:05:18 PM  
Why would ANY world leader care about 300 people prancing around naked and shouting "PEACE!" or spelling things in weed-covered fields with their bodies?

Moreover, why would any sane person strip naked to protest a war?

If it gets to the point where some people feel they need to protest to stop a war starting, it's prolly inevitable.

Seriously, do these people think they are making Saddam or Bush reconsider their chosen course? Do these people think they are doing anything more than making people lose all respect for their opinion, and making themselves look like idiots?
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