Re: A Noun, A Verb and POW
- From: trudogg <independent@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 24 Aug 2008 16:26:23 -0400
On Sat, 23 Aug 2008 17:45:49 -0600, Ron Ford <ron@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
These things are logically easy to understand. But it's hard to get
beyond the emotional pull of the POW status. You know logically that
McCain being a POW has nothing to do with his nine houses (or whatever
the number is today). But every time he pulls out that card, you can't
help but back away a little bit. It's time to get beyond that. And
McCain has helped to get past this issue with the way he has overused
this play to our emotions. Now, instead of seeming poignant, it feels
cheap and exploitive.
I think Cenk has the building blocks for what repugs will say in Twin
Cities. Look for the following sentences:
Noun verb 9 11, terrorist.
Veteran verb capitalism oil.
9 11 terrorize veteran.
, and it's all Barbara Boxer's fault for the last six years. Barbara Boxer
was in the senate when the US dissolved the Iraqi military. Barbara Boxer
and Barney Frank were breathing when Rice did nothing about the reports on
her desk said "these guys are going to attack us" in exactly the way they
....I don't know that it was a really bad thing at the time, the
military were mostly Saddam's boyz. It might have been more trouble
than it was worth to keep them together and have to keep an even
closer eye on them than they do now.
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