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"They do have better slogans"...Rush Limbaaabaaa(11 posts)

"They do have better slogans"...Rush Limbaaabaaacritmass
Feb 24, 2003 11:35 PM
Signs at the peace march in N.Y.C. last week.

Draft the Bush Girls!

If we wanted a war we would have elected him.

Different Bush Same Disease

War is god's way of teaching Americans geography.

How did our oil get underneath their sand?

Stop Mad Cowboy Disease!

Empty war-heads discovered in Washington

Somewhere in Texas a village is missing its idiot.

Osama Bin Forgotten????

Faites l'amour, pas la guerre

How Many Lives Per Gallon?

New World Disorder

Read between the pipelines

Large hand painted banner of Picasso's Guernica with an oil rig painted in to the background on left side...

I love my dad too, but jeez!

Bush is a weapon of mass destruction

Regime change begins at home

9-11: 15 Saudis, 0 Iraqis

Beneath a picture of Donald Rumsfeld: "When we sold you the Anthrax we never said you could use it."

Don't Mess With Mesopotamia

Powell's Collinoscopy Shows Evidence of More Bushit


Portrait of Bush with the top of his head flipped up: _INSPECT THIS!

Read My ApocoLips

Smoke pot not Iraq

Last time we listened to a Bush we wandered in the desert for 40 years

Rational Americans thank France and Germany

Let's Kill Saddam, Eat a Big Mac, and Watch The Bachelor

George W. is a Petroleum Byproduct.

Re-elect Carter.

Better old-fashioned Europe than new-fashioned fascism.

Don't put duct tape over this. (over Bill of Rights)

From Democracy To Phallusy...

Resistance is Fertile

War is tacky darling

George W. Bush - al Qaeda recruiter of The Year

Eat another pretzel, please!!!!!

Try therapy! Is it Saddam or Dad?

Deport me to France

Solar Energy: no pre-emptive strikes required

It takes a child to raze a village

Caffeinated Feminist Grammarians for Peace.

Duct tape and plastic sheeting are petroleum products

Draft SUV drivers FIRST!

One nation under surveillance

A peace sign made from silver duct tape: DUCT TAPE FOR PEACE.

Drunken frat boy drives country into ditch

Tell us what to think.

Is it Fascism yet?

I (heart) O E [for Old Europe]

Frodo has failed! Bush has the ring!

Go Solar Not Ballistic

No blood for morons

"i don't care what the people think; they didn't vote for me anyway" -- president bush

With a bush and a dick in the white house, everyone gets f***ed

A guy dressed in glam, roller skating around with feathers and sparkles, carrying a sign: "Honey, I AM the bomb."
I always liked "Lobotomies for Republicans--It's The Law!"cory
Feb 25, 2003 8:39 AM
Saw it on a Mercedes in D.C. last fall...
One more slogan:"Bomb Texas; they have oil, too!"torquer
Feb 25, 2003 9:01 AM
Brian Leher on radio station WNYC asked listeners to e-mail in their favorites, and they are available on the station's web site:
Several (not necessarily the best) could not be read over the air.
Hey, how about?SteveS
Feb 25, 2003 8:04 PM
Bomb California; they have Saddamites, too!
Funny thing, there's no anti-Saddam slogans in hereContinental
Feb 25, 2003 9:02 AM
And no anti-Saddam protests. It is an absurd world.
Vote Republican, It's less taxing. nmjaybird
Feb 25, 2003 11:02 AM
one for the liberalsDougSloan
Feb 25, 2003 11:13 AM
more to the point :)critmass
Feb 25, 2003 11:48 AM
I think that picture works better like this.....Alpedhuez55
Feb 25, 2003 5:29 PM
Pardon my poor Photoshop skills, but I think that protester & sign would have worked better in 1998 with a Clinton Mask. After all, he did send missles into baghdad on the eve of his impeachment trial. Besides, it was lies about his "Pocket Rocket" that got him into so much trouble in the first place.

Though the action against Iraq was needed, his timing was very suspect. Of course few if any of these marchers would have protested Clinton's action since he was a Democrat. It just shows the hypocracy in these protests.

Mike Y.
Is there any timing that you <i>don't</i> find suspect?czardonic
Feb 25, 2003 6:30 PM
Great White's decision to tour again, Clinton's strikes against Iraq. Wait, never mind. Bin Laden's escape and Bush's sudden interest in Saddam don't seem to be ringing any bells for you.

So you think Clinton should have waited for the GOP to finish with their witch-hunt, but now that Bush is in office Saddam needs to be taken out ASAP. You're telling me that isn't hypocritical?

You say that (presumably liberal) protestors wouldn't have complained if Clinton had proposed a war on Iraq. Based on what? Liberals staged huge protests agains Clinton's policies. Remeber the Battle of Seattle? Clinton took plenty of heat from liberals. Heck, Gore alomst lost the election thanks to liberal backlash against Clinton. Just because conservatives put paritsanship before principle doesn't mean liberals do.
Is there any timing that you <i>don't</i> find suspect?Alpedhuez55
Feb 25, 2003 7:44 PM
Sure, the trade unions liquored up their membership and sent them to Seattle with the usual groups of socialists who protest any trade meeting. I know Clinton had supported things like NAFTA that angered some of his base. But he knew they would be back holding his re-election signs in 1996. And those same drunken teamsters were there for him.

Clintons actions should have been in Iraq sooner and stronger. He should have forced the inspectors back into Iraq rather than wait until the Eve of his trial so he could try to look "Presidential". The timing was suspect and obviously done to divert attention given the timing.

And if it was partisonship over priciple, why did Clinton Plea Bargain? He committed perjury and if he told the truth, he would have saved the country from an embaressing issue. Clinton was deserved what he got because he put his own interest and legacy ahead of our legal system. I think it was the Democrats who put partisonship over principle. Or maybe Clinton should have resigned.

Bottom line is Byrd & Kennedy are going after Bush when they defended Clinton four years ago. Are they anti-war, no they are anti-Republican. The same can be said for a lot of special interest groups.

If you know of some 60,000 person protests in 1998 I would love to hear about them. What were you doing when clinton sent troops into the Balkins or dropped bombs in Sudan or Iraq? Most Republicans supported Clintons military action but questions some of the timing during the impeachment.

And I hate to be the bearer of bad news but BUSH WON & Gore lost ;) And if I have the chance to meet Ralph Nader again, I will be sure to thank him.

Mike Y.