2033Re: Happy Election Day
- Nov 8, 2006Even Bush has stated that Saddam played no role in 9/11. There were
also many serious people and govt. agencies that also know Saddam
played no role in 9/11.
--- In email@example.com, Randal Brown <as_is_35@...>
>played a role in 9/11.
> Well the short answer Thomas is yes I do. I do believe that Saddam
>of respect for you, and as such,
> THOMAS JOHNSON <AVRCRDNG@...> wrote: Randal.. I have a lot
> I ask you this respectfully. Do you believe thatand get things done faster.
> Saddam Hussein was responsible or played any role in
> the 9/11 attacks?
> --- Randal Brown <as_is_35@...> wrote:
> > I would like to correct that comment. I was in the
> > process of saying something else when I wrote that
> > and got interrupted. What I meant to write was "the
> > Democrats want control of Congress to do away with
> > the Bush agenda on the war on Iraq." I do apologize
> > for that comment.
> > But Gregory I must say as someone who has served
> > in the military, that war is hell. I know that is a
> > harsh statement, but its the truth. Iraq is the
> > center of the terrorists hub in the Middle East. I
> > don't know how many times that has to be proven
> > before people get that. Just stop to think about
> > this. If we hadn't invaded Iraq, it would still be
> > ruled by a hearltess, cruel dictator. It would not
> > be on its way to being a "free country." And I
> > would personally wager that if Saddam hadn't been
> > captured, there WOULD have been more attacks on
> > America. I don't care what anyone says, Iraq
> > did/does have WMD'S. Its just a matter of finding
> > them.
> > Gregory I hope this doesn't intefere with the
> > cordial friendship we've had over the years. I did
> > mess up what I said earlier and I truly do regret
> > that comment. And to everyone else I do not say
> > these things to upset anyone, but I believe in my
> > ideas just as much as you do.
> > Randal
> > Gregory <greggolopry@...> wrote:
> > Dear Randal,
> > You write, "The Democrats want control of Congress
> > because they don't
> > believe in protecting America or Americans. And
> > their record shows
> > that."
> > I think that is shameful statement!
> > A friend sent me a political cartoon recently
> > showing how many
> > American troops have been killed in our efforts to
> > avenge the
> > terrorist attacks on 9/11 in New York and
> > Washington, D.C. In a
> > simple drawing the madness of our foreign policy was
> > most visible.
> > The fact that we invaded a country in the Middle
> > East that was not
> > involved with 9/11, and have suffered thousands of
> > deaths as a
> > result, while Afghanistan, a true player in the
> > terrorist attacks, is
> > being lost militarily due to a lack of manpower or a
> > well thought out
> > strategy, should enrage everyone.
> > But I guess you see those actions as being
> > patriotic. I guess you
> > see those failed actions as protecting our country.
> > The public is tired of being lied to, and spied on.
> > They are tired of
> > those who never truly served in the military in
> > their youth, now
> > starting wars while in public office, and as a
> > result making the
> > world a much more unsafe place. They are tired of
> > being led to
> > believe there ever was a war on terror being
> > conducted in Iraq, but
> > instead now know it was a political decision by
> > President Bush and
> > Dick Cheney that had nothing to do with our national
> > security.
> > The American public knows what is going on, and the
> > latest polling
> > not only shows what the issues are that need
> > changing, but which
> > political party they best trust to get the job done.
> > The political
> > chaos of the Republican campaign shows they have
> > nothing left to
> > offer except mean-spiritedness and bankrupt ideas.
> > This year the
> > public is listening, watching, and is now voting
> > Gregory
> > --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Randal Brown
> > <as_is_35@>
> > wrote:
> > >
> > > I would like to take the opportunity to urge each
> > of you to go vote
> > today. I did first thing this morning.
> > >
> > > I don't normally write messages like this, but I
> > am only because
> > I feel so very strongly about it.
> > >
> > > If you are a ardent Democrat and are going to vote
> > Democratic
> > irregardless of what anyone says, then you might as
> > well stop reading
> > this email and delete it, because you are not going
> > to like this
> > email.
> > >
> > > I know that here in the USA we have the inherit
> > right to vote how
> > we want. But I personally am tired of only ever
> > really hearing half
> > the story. I don't pay attention to national polls,
> > I think they are
> > just propaganda. If we had listened to the "exit
> > polls" in 2000 and
> > 2004 then Al Gore and/or John Kerry would have been
> > elected
> > President.
> > >
> > > If Democrats gain control of Congress, then that
> > will mean that
> > Nancy Polowski (D) California will become the
> > Speaker of the House.
> > Third in line for the Presidency. I cannot express
> > my true concern
> > about this. It has nothing to do with the fact that
> > she is a woman.
> > It has to do that this woman is just absolutely
> > horrible.
> > >
> > > Ms. Polowski has voted for EVERY tax hike that has
> > come before
> > the Congress. She voted AGAINST the Bush tax cuts.
> > She voted
> > AGAINST the development of the Homeland Security
> > Department. She
> > voted AGAINST the NSA wire taps. I know that is hot
> > issue, but the
> > way I look at it is, if you don't have anything to
> > hide, then what is
> > the harm.
> > >
> > > The Democrats want control of Congress because
> > they don't believe
> > in protecting America or Americans. And their record
> > shows that.
> > >
> > > However, not all Democrats are bad. I'm not
> > completely knocking
> > the Democratic party. I know there are honest,
> > caring Democratic
> > leaders. There are just a few like Nancy Polowski,
> > Hillary Clinton
> > and Ted Kennedy to name a few that are just plain
> > dangerous.
> > >
> > > I have to admit if I lived in Connecticut I would
> > vote for Joseph
> > Lieberman. He has supported President Bush on the
> > Iraq war. And
> > that completely means everything to me. Senator
> > Lieberman's views
> > have gotten him ousted by his Democratic friends,
> > simply because he
> > had the nerve to stand up and take a stand that
> > wasn't popular. And
> > that in itself is just sad. It almost seems that we
> > don't vote for
> > who will do the better job, but rather its a
> > popularity contest. I
> > can't help but think that our forefathers would be
> > rolling over in
> > their graves.
> > >
> > > Again I don't normally like to make messages like
> > this, I don't
> > expect you to take my word for it. Do your own
> > homework and check
> > the issues for yourself. Everyone is entitled to
> > their own beliefs
> > and views. That is what makes America the greatest
> > nation on earth.
> > We can vote our views without fear of being killed
> > because you dared
> > vote against the "popular" thing.
> > >
> > > I hope you will go vote. Irregardless of how you
> > vote. (Although
> > I hope it is Republican, sorry couldn't resist). lol
> > >
> > > Thanks for your time.
> > >
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