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Helen Thomas and Emperor Ashcrotch(5 posts)

Helen Thomas and Emperor Ashcrotchcritmass
Oct 26, 2003 12:58 PM
"Ashcroft wants judges to treat defendants as statistics rather than individuals."

http://www.commondreams.org/views03/0816-09.htm

The real cost of Dubya's lies
As of 10/25/03
404 grieving families
Total U.S. wounded: 1995

Welcome to the Al Rashid Mr. Wolflietwit:
I agree about our Attorney Generalrdgrrl
Oct 27, 2003 8:59 AM
He does seem like too much of a control freak. The religious component makes it worrisome too. Is your Wolfowitz jab Socratic irony or just irony?
I agree about our Attorney Generalcritmass
Oct 29, 2003 3:39 PM
The socratic irony game would be a waste of time with all those in denial on this board. As you can see from the responses to your post above this one. You have to consider the source of those responses though. Doug is just a fascist apologist who nevers reads anything that could call into question his own beliefs and Live Stream is an obsessive compulsive who needs to type at least 500 stupid words a day.
I agree with your point above about the hypocrisy and I think that the lies and actions of Dubya are far more damaging to this countries security than anything Clinton did.

The real cost of Dubya's lies
As of 10/29/03
414 grieving families
Total U.S. wounded 2076
I agree about our Attorney Generalrdgrrl
Oct 31, 2003 9:29 AM
I know about denial some of my friends have plenty. I am completely comfortable with my views and don't need some sort of validation for my views from people on web-sites like this. I just now and then look at the non-cycling discussions to see if there is anything that makes me think. Most of the time there isn't. Most of the time it's people being anal and some being needy for validation.
I just read frontier justice the Scott Ritter book that just came out. He wrote a good chapter about the security you mentioned.
Thanks for the book recommendationcritmass
Nov 2, 2003 3:43 PM
I read it this weekend. Ridder has good inside insight into the disarmament issue.
From page 138 "the sad fact is that, on the issue of Iraq's disarmament, a brutal dictator named Saddam Hussein has proven to be more truthful than the elected government of the people of the United States."
I hope you keep posting here. This place needs more people who have good insight and aren't just looking for that validation you wrote of.