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GUEST,guest from NW Hide The Dead Soldiers! (114* d) RE: Hide The Dead Soldiers! 24 Apr 04


"Clinton's behavior during Viet Nam is just a relevant to this thread as Bush's was."

you just can't get this can you, strick? this thread is about george bush, a war he and his administration initiated, soldiers he sent to war, and a policy he is enforcing to keep any photographic depiction of the dead soldiers censored from the american public. if there is any discussion about his vietnam record it would be in relation to this discussion of his current practices as president. check the title and opening remarks.
in other words...NOTHING TO DO WITH BILL CLINTON for crissakes!!

"what I can't stand is people who rail about Bush doing something and ignore others they cherish doing the
same thing."

another ridiculous assumption...that anyone who criticizes GWB "cherishs" clinton. same kind of vacuous reasoning that gives us "if you criticize GWB you're helping the terrorists" or "if you're against the war you don't support our troops". HOGWASH!

FYI i criticized bill clinton too...back when he was president...didn't vote for him either...don't "cherish" him... but am capable of carrying on a political discussion on other subjects without injecting my opinion of him. show us you're not like the rest of the braindead GWB true believers.


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