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Re: Proof Positive: Bush Approved "TORTURE"
« Reply #15 on: October 16, 2008, 06:53:55 PM »

"If you pay attention to the terrorists, that is what they say about us"

Yes thats what Hitler thought. He thought he was right.
Thats what the Confederacy thought. They thought they were right.
Thats what war is.
I am glad someone totally destroyed Hitler.
I am glad someone totally destroyed the Confederacy.
And didn't sit around thinking it's all relative "well Hitler just like we do thinks he's right".
 ::)


You missed the point.


"Do you really?"

XO I do love anything we can do to destroy the barbaric enemy.
Total and complete annihilation.
Pander is not the moral highground.
Pandering to a Hitler so in the meantime he can kill a few more million Jews is not the moral highground.
Pandering to the Confederacy so they can treat Blacks like farm pigs is not the moral highground.
Total and complete annihilation of an enemy like that is the moral highground.


Missed it completely. No one argued for pandering to anybody. But far be it from me to challenge your coke-bottle-glasses level myopia.


SORRY: I could delete it, but I'll leave it.
I see I mistakenly responded to the one that I have zero respect for thinking it was XO.
Oh well, we all make a mistake. Chalk it up. Hopefully "NEVER" lasts this time.



You are a hypocrite of the worst kind. Your handle is ChristiansUnited4LessGvt, but you seem not at all to care a whit about Christ's teachings, and as best I can tell you don't believe in less government at all. You're a liar and a fool. I think if you had some respect for me, I'd be insulted.
Your reality, sir, is lies and balderdash and I'm delighted to say that I have no grasp of it whatsoever.
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