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August 13, 2004

Idiots, Amateurs, MoveOn.Org. No difference « Politics As Usual »

Check out this.

And notice that they can't even spell the rank correctly.

I saved a copy of it here.

Oh, and I found it through Dean.

Posted by Nathan at 02:09 PM | Comments (2)

Well, where are these weapons of mass destruction?

Not even Bush himself who invented them believe in them any more. He even fired a man for saying so! He thinks he can get rid of the guilt that way. Which he can't. He is responsible and he will suffer the consequences! When he swore the oath he took upon himself the responsibility, not to lie.

Then what if someone doesn't spell right! So what's that a sign of? I rather think of the message here than the spelling, but that seems to be too hard for you to analyse. If you going to fool the amrican people I think you've got to have more than grammar and dictionary to make it stick. But still, of course, that is your strongest argument! It's quite a paradox considering so few read the patriot act...

It should be clear to everyone that Bush lied and started the war on terrorism and only achieved to scare people. And that was the worst thing that really happened to the people of the US and God knows for those in Iraq.

Terrorists are sick people, who belive in a cause that's unreal, unjustified, riddled by confusion and chaos. If we don't realize that we are going to sing their tune and rock the world to rubble.

UN and not the US president is the sole legal authority to order a actions on behalf of all nations against acts of terrorism. What we now have on our hands is a fiction born in the mind of a more or less insane group of people in and behind the Bush administration. The logic of it all is amply manifested in Fahrenheit 911 by Michael Moore.

Posted by: Pekka at August 14, 2004 04:42 PM

...and the inherent illogic of Fahrenheit 911 is amply manifested in your comment.
Dude, you need to seriously rethink your world view...

Posted by: Nathan at August 14, 2004 07:52 PM
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