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    Re: Putin: Didn’t feel isolated, not all G8 leaders agree Assad used chemical weapons

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael66 View Post
    [url=http://rt.com/news/g8-assad-chemical-putin-885/]...
    Here's my best guess: Syria will send a missile into Israel (not really but supposedly) that will scare Hymie's mom's milk cow so bad that she (the cow) will dry up for a solid week, putting Hymie's two month old baby in imminent danger of starvation. Ahhhhhhh, the humanity!!!!...
    hy·mie
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    Just so you know. It's an extremely derogative term, and it is not funny.

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    Re: US's Anti-Syria Propaganda Stumbles

    Quote Originally Posted by OldWorldOrder View Post
    They did have equal ability.

    I'm finding you're not very analytical.
    No, they didn't. Not in 2003. Want to see the difference, invade Iran.

    I also noted other things.

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    Re: Putin: Didn’t feel isolated, not all G8 leaders agree Assad used chemical weapons

    Quote Originally Posted by DiAnna View Post
    Just so you know. It's an extremely derogative term, and it is not funny.
    You have a point, even though it was meant as slang for khaim. I think you should appeal to the moderators to get it eliminated. Any maybe even get me a warning for using it. I'm sure you would feel much better about it if you could do that. And I'm even onside with doing that now. I've had my fun with it.

    Also, I'm sure the majority of the people on this board would be in favour of a lot more censorship. And after all, making fun of somebody's milk cow is not nice is it!

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    Re: Putin: Didn’t feel isolated, not all G8 leaders agree Assad used chemical weapons

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael66 View Post
    You have a point, even though it was meant as slang for khaim. I think you should appeal to the moderators to get it eliminated. Any maybe even get me a warning for using it. I'm sure you would feel much better about it if you could do that. And I'm even onside with doing that now. I've had my fun with it.

    Also, I'm sure the majority of the people on this board would be in favour of a lot more censorship. And after all, making fun of somebody's milk cow is not nice is it!
    Within the rules, you are free to use all the derogatory terms you wish. You may even fling out the N-word, since this seems to be the kind of speech you favor. However, when you post on a public message board, others are free to respond whether you wish them to or not. You are responsible for what you post, and you will be judged by it. If you enjoy labeling yourself as antisemitic, racist or bigoted, by all means do so. Expect others to respond accordingly. I know I will.

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    Re: US's Anti-Syria Propaganda Stumbles

    Quote Originally Posted by Boo Radley View Post
    No, they didn't. Not in 2003. Want to see the difference, invade Iran.

    I also noted other things.
    Invade Iran in 2003? Great response.

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    Re: US's Anti-Syria Propaganda Stumbles

    Quote Originally Posted by OldWorldOrder View Post
    Invade Iran in 2003? Great response.

    Do you just see things you want to see?
    Not what said. Read it again.

    AUSTAN GOOLSBEE: I think the world vests too much power, certainly in the president, probably in Washington in general for its influence on the economy, because most all of the economy has nothing to do with the government.

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    Re: US's Anti-Syria Propaganda Stumbles

    Besides the OP's idiotic rhetoric when trying to explain this article and his personal opinion, i do agree with Putin and i dont believe that the government used chemical weapons, or both sides are using chemical weapons for several reasons:
    U.N. has testimony that Syrian rebels used sarin gas: investigator | Reuters
    There has been a lot of testimony that the syrian rebels used the chemical weapons not the governemnt

    Turkish police seizes 2 kg of sarin gas from Al-Nusra militants
    Rebels have been arrested in Turkey with sarin gas.

    UN accuses Syrian rebels of carrying out sarin gas attacks which had been blamed on Assad's troops | Mail Online
    Carla Del Ponte said UN Commission investigating war crimes in Syria has 'strong, concrete suspicions' that rebels used chemical weapons


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    Re: Putin: Didn’t feel isolated, not all G8 leaders agree Assad used chemical weapons

    Quote Originally Posted by DiAnna View Post
    Within the rules, you are free to use all the derogatory terms you wish. You may even fling out the N-word, since this seems to be the kind of speech you favor. However, when you post on a public message board, others are free to respond whether you wish them to or not. You are responsible for what you post, and you will be judged by it. If you enjoy labeling yourself as antisemitic, racist or bigoted, by all means do so. Expect others to respond accordingly. I know I will.
    Well thanks for letting me know all about what you think. And I sure hope you don't judge me by my joke about Hymie's mom's milk cow going dry from fright. It was only a joke, in an attempt to draw a parallel to the amount of damage Palestinian missiles do when fired into his country. And so, if the provocation for war is manufactured by the US it will most likely be by Israel where nobody 'really' gets hurt but some milk cow gets the bag scared off her. Hahahaha, get it? I mean after all, hundreds of Palestinian children are being slaughtered by the Zionist regime for crimes no worse than throwing rocks. Let's try for a little perspective here!

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    Re: US's Anti-Syria Propaganda Stumbles

    Quote Originally Posted by TheDemSocialist View Post
    Besides the OP's idiotic rhetoric when trying to explain this article and his personal opinion, i do agree with Putin and i dont believe that the government used chemical weapons, or both sides are using chemical weapons for several reasons:
    U.N. has testimony that Syrian rebels used sarin gas: investigator | Reuters
    There has been a lot of testimony that the syrian rebels used the chemical weapons not the governemnt

    Turkish police seizes 2 kg of sarin gas from Al-Nusra militants
    Rebels have been arrested in Turkey with sarin gas.

    UN accuses Syrian rebels of carrying out sarin gas attacks which had been blamed on Assad's troops | Mail Online
    Carla Del Ponte said UN Commission investigating war crimes in Syria has 'strong, concrete suspicions' that rebels used chemical weapons
    Don't get too pained over my little bit of humour on the milk cow. It's best to try to keep it light. The eividence in your links is old evidence but it's suspicious that Del Ponte has gone dark on the matter of who was using the chem/bio weapons. That's the biggest issue worth analyzing because if she is turned then we will want to know who turned her.

    In any case, the evidence being used for more US involvement is even flimsier than it was for Iraq and Americans seem to be mostly afraid to comment on it. If it's not that then we have to think that they don't care are are painfully uninformed and in the dark about the whole business. This is what I find so alarming as the tea baggers and libertarians spent so much time saying they weren't going to let America march off to a phony war again. Now when Ron Paul speaks on the subject as he did the other day, there is literally no feed back.

    Here again one has to suppose that the baggers and libertarians were only speaking up in an effort to show more displeasure toward Obama. (racist hate mongering)

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    Re: US's Anti-Syria Propaganda Stumbles

    Quote Originally Posted by apdst View Post
    The lion's share of Syria's chemical weapons stockpile came from Iraq, when Saddam was in power.

    Good thing Saddam isn't in power, because I'm sure he would be more than happy to come to Assad's aid in defeating the webels.
    That's a difficult call. They are both fascist dictators, but Bashar's dad Hafez al-Assad was content with fighting Saddam in the Gulf War. Saddam would also have a chance to install a regime with his own Sunni version of Islam rather than the Shia one he was repressing.
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