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YAY!!!!!!

 
 
WhoodaThunk
 
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Reply Thu 8 Jun, 2006 06:54 am
blueveinedthrobber wrote:
WhoodaThunk wrote:
Why do left-wingers make a truckload of diamonds smell like monkeyshit?


why don't right wing nuts know the difference between the two?


My comment was in reply to Amigo's cynicism ... not directed at you ... sorry if you got hit by a stray monkeyturd.
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WhoodaThunk
 
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Reply Thu 8 Jun, 2006 07:00 am
SierraSong wrote:
Bet he didn't expect that 500 lb bomb from 30,000 ft. Cheers to those F16 pilots!

Still, for a beast who got pleasure from sawing off the heads of struggling victims, he died for too easily.

May he rot in pieces.....in a special hell.


He was probably still nursing a hangover from his big 6-6-06 party.

Shouldn't he be yukking it up about now with all those Islamic heaven virgins we've heard so much about? Hope they all look like Janet Reno.
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Amigo
 
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Reply Thu 8 Jun, 2006 07:01 am
McGentrix wrote:
Amigo wrote:
Why do right wingers never know what the f**k is going on.

http://www.whatreallyhappened.com/zarqawi_woodenleg.html


Laughing Laughing Laughing
By the way McG I posted this yesterday in the U.S, U.N & Iraq thread. Because Amigo is always ahead.

And it's true. Al-Zarqawi was suspected dead by alot of people a long time ago. You just don't beleive anything inless it's spoon feed to you. Thats why you and whydoIthink will always be missinformed.

But good luck anyways.
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Fedral
 
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Reply Thu 8 Jun, 2006 07:08 am

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Amigo, I've read a bunch of the articles at your link and followed numerous paths and I still can't find the place on your site where they show you how to make the tinfoil hats to keep the government's Orbital Mind-Control Lasers from beaming signals into your brain.

We used to be able to keep people like that safe and warm, in padded rooms with a nice Thorazine drip IV. Now, like monkeys flinging poo on a wall, they write insane websites about how EVERYTHING is a conspiracy. Rolling Eyes

Ahh well, the moonbats are alive and well.
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WhoodaThunk
 
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Reply Thu 8 Jun, 2006 07:09 am
Just for the record, in your opinion what would constitute acceptable proof that Zarqawi was killed in an airstrike yesterday?
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farmerman
 
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Reply Thu 8 Jun, 2006 07:14 am
I would say, a clearly identifiable chunk of him that he couldnt do without would constitute some kind of proof.

Then theres DNA , but wed need a BAssoMatic
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WhoodaThunk
 
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Reply Thu 8 Jun, 2006 07:23 am
Amigo wrote:
You just don't beleive anything inless it's spoon feed to you. Thats why you and whydoIthink will always be missinformed.


Did a Kennedy get shot? Patrick? Late for another vote and tried to crash the barrier again?

Damn. Amigo gets to break all the good news.
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WhoodaThunk
 
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Reply Thu 8 Jun, 2006 07:25 am
farmerman wrote:
I would say, a clearly identifiable chunk of him that he couldnt do without would constitute some kind of proof.

Then theres DNA , but wed need a BAssoMatic


And if the planets align over Amigo's house on a Tuesday.
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George
 
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Reply Thu 8 Jun, 2006 07:28 am
According to Gen. George Casey, (as reported by CNN) Z's remains have
been identified:

"Iraqi police were first on the scene after the airstrike, and elements of
Multi-National Division North, arrived shortly thereafter," Casey said. "We
have been able to identify al-Zarqawi by fingerprint verification, facial
recognition and known scars."
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blatham
 
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Reply Thu 8 Jun, 2006 07:30 am
The rather more important issue than whether or not he was killed is whether or not it will make any real or significant difference in Iraq. Given the continual slide towards civil disruption/war it is rather difficult to posit that the deaths of Hussein's kids or the capture of Hussein himself or the reported deaths of various "important" insurgency figures has produced much in the way of positive consequence.

Any confidence that the death of this fellow portends some turn of events ought to be tempered by an understanding of how the Pentagon and the White House manage information - "perception management" is their term for this PR function (that is, management of your perception as well as other targets).

A key method in such perception management is the personalization of complex issues. For example, the "death tax" made "easy to understand" through presentation of a particular family. In the case of the Iraq insurgency, an easy to identify individual, al-Zarqawi, has been pushed forward as the key symbol of the insurgency.

Thus the only real consequence that might flow from this reported death is that in very short order some other personalized demon will be thrown up to fill that "easy to understand" empty space.
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Cycloptichorn
 
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Reply Thu 8 Jun, 2006 07:32 am
It's good news, even if it is part of Pentagon thought management, we'll see if the violence declines, or if some other fellow steps into his place...

Cycloptichorn
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Bi-Polar Bear
 
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Reply Thu 8 Jun, 2006 07:44 am
George wrote:
According to Gen. George Casey, (as reported by CNN) Z's remains have
been identified:

"Iraqi police were first on the scene after the airstrike, and elements of
Multi-National Division North, arrived shortly thereafter," Casey said. "We
have been able to identify al-Zarqawi by fingerprint verification, facial
recognition and known scars."


that's good enough for me. and it's good news. I just don't have a screaming erection about it like our ex football hero... Laughing
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blacksmithn
 
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Reply Thu 8 Jun, 2006 07:48 am
One hopes that this will cycle down the violence, but one suspects that it will not.
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George
 
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Reply Thu 8 Jun, 2006 07:48 am
blueveinedthrobber wrote:
George wrote:
According to Gen. George Casey, (as reported by CNN) Z's remains have
been identified:

"Iraqi police were first on the scene after the airstrike, and elements of
Multi-National Division North, arrived shortly thereafter," Casey said. "We
have been able to identify al-Zarqawi by fingerprint verification, facial
recognition and known scars."


that's good enough for me. and it's good news. I just don't have a screaming erection about it like our ex football hero... Laughing


I hear ya.

But along the lines of conspiracy theory speculation...
I'll bet a donut someone from within A-Q gave him up.
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George
 
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Reply Thu 8 Jun, 2006 07:50 am
blacksmithn wrote:
One hopes that this will cycle down the violence, but one suspects that it will not.

It may have some effect on the attacks against Shiite civilians.
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Bi-Polar Bear
 
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Reply Thu 8 Jun, 2006 07:51 am
best way to eliminate an adversary from within...
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Brandon9000
 
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Reply Thu 8 Jun, 2006 08:03 am
dadpad wrote:
Violence begets violence.

Until the violence ends there will be no end to the violence.

Shee yit I'm bloody profound sometimes.

Yeah, really profound. You should have advised Roosevelt as he attempted to fight Hitler in WW2.
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candidone1
 
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Reply Thu 8 Jun, 2006 08:10 am
Mission Accomplished V. 2.0

Now where's that derned flight suit?
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blacksmithn
 
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Reply Thu 8 Jun, 2006 08:11 am
Except that it isn't WWII, we're not fighting Hitler and Shrub is CERTAINLY no Roosevelt. Taft, maybe...
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candidone1
 
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Reply Thu 8 Jun, 2006 08:13 am
blacksmithn wrote:
One hopes that this will cycle down the violence, but one suspects that it will not.


I am intereested to see if this is that catalyst to peace, or escalated violence.
I find it unlikely that becasue of him specifically, the insurgents found their destructive will.
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