Re: [Kirsten Andersen Fan Club] Re: National Guard being used as regular army. -too little too late?
- Man You hate the Prez, but he is not doing a bad horrid indescribable job by any sense of the words. he is doing alright. AND doing what he feels is best for all and represents everyones view, not just yours. I like that he can comprimise, and get things done. That is why I supported him before, because then when dims stonewall, their stonewalling is apparent and its them who are doing it
just my thougts
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Sent: Sunday, April 28, 2002 8:46 AM
Subject: [Kirsten Andersen Fan Club] Re: National Guard being used as regular army. -too little too late?
A Real President would not be allocating 50% Welfare and 15% Defense
in a Bloated Liberal Budget. A Real President would be rebuilding
the National Guard and America's Defenses to full strength.
Instead President Tiddly Winks is content to issue Draconian (after
the Emperor Draco) Security Measures through Stupid John Ashcroft.
Instead President Tiddly Winks is content to follow in Emperor
Clinton and Nero's footsteps and fiddle his tiddle with piddly tax
cuts (recently made permananent)--thank-you massuh, thank-you massuh.
Instead President Tiddly Winks is content to let the legions rot
while the numbers of 11 million illegal barbarians goes up and up and
up and to spend his days ensuring the success of the Bread and
--- In kirstenandersenfanclub@y..., dragonslayer1800 <no_reply@y...>
> The United States is preparing to replace its peacekeepers in
> Sinai Peninsula.
> Officials said many U.S. Army units are heading for such Gulf
> Cooperation Council states as Kuwait, Oman and Qatar to bolster
> military assets as part of preparations for a military campaign
> against Iraq.
> Instead of the U.S. Army unit, the military has chosen a National
> Guard unit for the Sinai mission, according to Middle East
> The unit chosen is the Oregon National Guard's 1-186th Infantry
> Battalion. Officials said the guard unit will remain in Sinai for
> months and is the first time a reserve unit has been sent to the
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