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    Re: Laura Bush book suggests poison at German summit

    Quote Originally Posted by 1984 View Post
    Okay? So what?
    So tell Laura Bush to stuff it

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    Re: Laura Bush book suggests poison at German summit

    Quote Originally Posted by paris View Post
    Of course not, but come on, you have to admit that you are more enclined to do it than us, as your history shows.
    What?
    How many French leaders have been executed by the French? Do you all even bother keeping count anymore?

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    Re: Laura Bush book suggests poison at German summit

    Quote Originally Posted by paris View Post
    So tell Laura Bush to stuff it
    No, she's a nice lady. Why don't you stuff it instead?

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    Re: Laura Bush book suggests poison at German summit

    Quote Originally Posted by paris View Post
    "The U.S. Military's Assassination Problem," by David Case. Mother Jones, April 2008

    "Since 1976, when it was revealed that the cia had made repeated attempts on the life of Fidel Castro, every American president has issued an executive order banning political assassinations. This ban, however, never applied to leaders with whom the United States is at war, and so the military has launched strikes against Saddam Hussein, Slobodan Milosevic..."

    Also, are you denying that the only time a POTUS was killed, it happened in Texas, USA?

    PS: Some of us enjoy a 35 hour work week btw. Educate yourself. I recommend you stay away from Texas textbooks...
    I'll say it again real slow.

    Saddam Hussein was not assassinated.

    Presidents have been assassinated in more states than Texas.

    I know its hard for you but try and keep up.

    35 hours? Oh excuse me! You guys are definitely hard core!
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    Re: Laura Bush book suggests poison at German summit

    Quote Originally Posted by other View Post
    he doesn't have to. 2/3 presidents that have been assissnated in the US were killed in D.C. (see lincoln & garfield).

    there was also an attempt on reagan in D.C.
    How dare you use facts against the OP!
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    Re: Laura Bush book suggests poison at German summit

    Quote Originally Posted by other View Post
    What?
    How many French leaders have been executed by the French? Do you all even bother keeping count anymore?
    Were we not talking about the POTUS, as in President Of The United States?

    I do not recall us trying to kill any of YOUR leaders, that is all.

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    Re: Laura Bush book suggests poison at German summit

    Quote Originally Posted by 1984 View Post
    No, she's a nice lady. Why don't you stuff it instead?
    Because I don't go around making unsubstantiated claim about being poisoned while visiting the US.

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    Re: Laura Bush book suggests poison at German summit

    Quote Originally Posted by texmaster View Post
    I'll say it again real slow.

    Saddam Hussein was not assassinated.

    Presidents have been assassinated in more states than Texas.

    I know its hard for you but try and keep up.

    35 hours? Oh excuse me! You guys are definitely hard core!
    Your military has tried to kill Saddam several times without success (only adding to the civilian death toll) before he was found, tried and hung. You also tried to kill Fidel Castro and Milosevic before that.

    I admitted my error previously. I did not know about Lincoln and Garfield, both killed on US soil. Anyway, the last time it happened, it still was in Texas. Hard-Core indeed!

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    Re: Laura Bush book suggests poison at German summit

    Quote Originally Posted by paris View Post
    Of course not, but come on, you have to admit that you are more enclined to do it than us, as your history shows.
    Your history shows you to be suckered by the likes of Napolean, and Hitler just to your east.

    What is your freaking point?

    You helped us beat the British in our revolution, thanks. But never forget, if it wasn't for the United States, your country and all of its people would be exterminated or fully German now.

    And thanks for your fries. They're yummy.

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    Re: Laura Bush book suggests poison at German summit

    Assassinated French leaders, courtesy of Wikipedia:

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    Charles d'Espagne, (1354), constable of France
    Louis of Valois, Duke of Orléans, (1407)
    John the Fearless, (1419)
    Gaspard de Coligny, (1572)
    Henri III, (1589), King of France
    Henri IV, (1610), King of France, stabbed by François Ravaillac
    Jacques de Flesselles, (1789), Provost of Paris
    Jean-Paul Marat, (1793), revolutionary, stabbed in his bathtub by Charlotte Corday
    Charles Ferdinand, Duke of Berry, (1820, February 13), younger son of the future King Charles X, stabbed by Louis Pierre Louvel
    Marie François Sadi Carnot, (1894 June 24), President of France, shot by anarchist in Lyon[10]
    Jean Jaurès, (1914 July 30), politician, pacifist [13]
    Gaston Calmette, (1914 March 16), editor of Le Figaro newspaper, [13] by Henriette Caillaux, wife of minister of Finance Joseph Caillaux
    Paul Doumer, (1932 May 6), President of France, shot in Paris[10]
    Louis Barthou, (1934), foreign minister of France killed along with King Alexander I of Yugoslavia at Marseille
    Ernst vom Rath, (1938), German diplomat in France
    François Darlan, (1942 December 24), admiral of the Fleet and former Prime Minister of Vichy government, by a young monarchist in Algiers [11]
    Constant Chevillon, (1944), head of FUDOFSI, by Gestapo in Lyon
    Philippe Henriot, (1944), State secretary for Information and Propaganda of Vichy government, by french resistants in Paris
    Georges Mandel, (1944), former radical-socialist minister and french resistant, by miliciens in forest of Fontainebleau
    Eugène Deloncle, (1944), milicien and former leader of clandestine far-right organisation La Cagoule, by Gestapo
    Mehdi Ben Barka, (1965), Moroccan socialist leader and Third-World Tricontinental leader, disappeared in Paris
    Outel Bono, (1973), Chadian medical doctor and anti-Tombalbaye activist
    Jean de Broglie, (1976), former minister and one of the french negotiators of the Évian Accords
    Henri Curiel, (1978), anticolonialist activist
    José Miguel Beñaran Ordeñana "Argala", (1978), Basque leader
    Pierre Goldman, (1979), left-wing activist
    Robert Boulin, (1979), minister of Labor and many times minister since 1961. Officially suicide, but a lot of anomalies revealed since.
    Joseph Fontanet, (1980), former minister
    Salah al-Din Bitar, (1980), Syrian Baath politician
    Yehia El-Mashad, (1980), Egyptian atomic scientist.
    Jean-Pierre Maïone-Libaude, (1982), right-wing activist and criminal
    Georges Besse, (1986), Renault executive, by far-left activists of Action directe
    Dulcie September, (1988), African National Congress representative, in Paris
    Joseph Doucé, (1990), activist for sexual minorities
    Shapour Bakhtiar, (1991), Prime Minister of Iran briefly in 1979, stabbed to death at his home in France
    Abdelbaki Sahraoui, (1995), co-founder of the Algerian Islamic Salvation Front, in Paris
    Claude Erignac, (1998), prefect of Corsica

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