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GOP: The Political Party of Satan
November 5, 2006
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The post did not go unnoticed ready.

I for one didn't know what to say.

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November 5, 2006
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"And while they do, politicians and Americans alike sit here at home and spew vile, evil accusations at one another."

This is certainly true.

Lost, I hope you don't feel ignored. If so, please accept my apology.

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November 5, 2006
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aw...wd, you sound like the Church Lady from SNL...

hope you are researching BOTH sides of all issues, and not believing everything you see on msnbc...

the media could be satanic, too...

I personally don't believe much of anything I read or hear.

November 6, 2006
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The GOP does not respect people who serve in the armed forces. And I keep hearing this silly idea that our invasion of Iraq has something to do with terrorism. It doesn't and it never did.

"they put themselves in danger halfway around the world to keep the TRULY satanic people in the world - the terrorists - from taking even one iota of our freedom."

No, our men and women in the armed sevices are NOT putting themselves in danger halfway around the world to stop terrorists from doing anything. Our troops have been put into danger in order to accomplish the following:

1) So that corrupt contractors like Haliburton and other friends of the administration be awarded incredibly lucrative no-bid contracts paid for by US taxpayers. --Mission Accomplished.

2) To kill hundreds of thousands of innocent people, and create over one million refugees. --Mission Accomplished.

3) To create a national debt that our great great grandchildren will be paying for.--Mission Accomplished.

4) To topple a government that was Al Qaeda's most powerful and determined enemy in the Middle East.--Mission Accomplished.

5) To recruit and create hundreds, maybe thousands of new terrorists, and to make the world a much less safe place--Mission Accomplished.

6) To weaken the US constituion and take away the freedom of American citizens. --Mission Accomplished.

7) To make America the most feared and despised nation in the world--Mission Acomplished.

8) To Die.

At twice the rate of the Vietnam war.

Mission Accomplished.

November 6, 2006
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The GOP: The political party that has legalized kidnapping and torture.

Here we have two more innocent civilians kidnapped and tortured by the Bush administration.

But now, the GOP wants it to be illegal for torture to be revealed.

They can kidnap you, torture you, imprison you for as long as they like--but they want it to be illegal for you to complain about it.

I wonder whose idea that was. Could it be...Satan?

http://www.washingtonpost.com/.....01793.html

http://www.washingtonpost.com/.....Apr18.html

November 6, 2006
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U.S. Seeks to Silence Terror Suspect

By MATT APUZZO
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Saturday, November 4, 2006; 7:23 AM

WASHINGTON -- A suspected terrorist who spent years in a secret CIA prison should not be allowed to speak to a civilian attorney, the Bush administration argues, because he could reveal the agency's closely guarded interrogation techniques.

According to documents filed on his behalf by the Center for Constitutional Rights, Khan was arrested in Pakistan in 2003. During more than three years in CIA custody, Khan was subjected to interrogation techniques that defense attorneys suggest amounted to torture.

Gitanjali S. Gutierrez, an attorney with the Center for Constitutional Rights, responded in court documents Friday that there is no evidence Khan has classified information. Gutierrez accused the administration of using national secrecy concerns to "conceal illegal or embarrassing executive conduct."

http://www.washingtonpost.com/.....00193.html

November 6, 2006
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US stops audit of Iraq rebuilding

A US government agency that has exposed corruption in Iraqi reconstruction projects will close in 2007.

Washington lawmakers have reacted with shock at the discovery that an obscure clause in a military spending bill will terminate the work of the auditor.

The Office of the Special Inspector General for Iraq Reconstruction has embarrassed the US administration with its reports on corrupt practices...

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/bus.....114132.stm

November 6, 2006
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Naturally, the common people don't want war ... but after all it is the leaders of a country who determine the policy, and it is always a simple matter to drag the people along, whether it is a democracy, or a fascist dictatorship, or a parliament, or a communist dictatorship. Voice or no voice, the people can always be brought to the bidding of the leaders. That is easy. All you have to do is to tell them they are being attacked, and denounce the pacifists for lack of patriotism and exposing the country to danger. It works the same in every country." [Hermann Goering]

"The unwilling, led by the incompetent, to do the unnecessary, for the ungrateful" [found inscribed on a vietnam-era coffin]

"Every gun that is made, every warship launched, every rocket fired signifies in the final sense, a theft from those who hunger and are not fed, those who are cold and are not clothed. This world in arms is not spending money alone. It is spending the sweat of its laborers, the genius of its scientists, the hopes of its children. This is not a way of life at all in any true sense. Under the clouds of war, it is humanity hanging on a cross of iron." [ Dwight Eisenhower ]

"History teaches that war begins when governments believe the price of aggression is cheap." [ Ronald Reagan ]

"They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety." [ Benjamin Franklin ]

"To announce that there must be no criticism of the president, or that we are to stand by the president right or wrong, is not only unpatriotic and servile, but is morally treasonable to the American public." [ Theodore Roosevelt ]

November 6, 2006
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The political party of SATAN?

Wow. I never knew. Guess that can only mean that I am satanic.

NOT!!

lol

November 6, 2006
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Hi Bonita

So you approve of the misbehaviors I've described here?

They loss of constituional protections, the lying, the cheating the kidnappings, torture and murder, the creation of a new generation of terrorists--paid for by you.

Have you not seen the photos from Abu Gharaib?

You really apporove of INNOCENT CIVILIANS being kidnapped, held incommunicado and tortured for years, without the right to challenge or even speak about their detention or how they were treated?

Because that is what the GOP just voted for.

And that is what you voted for.

November 6, 2006
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November 6, 2006
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Look at those photos.

Look at all of them.

Where is America's conscience?

November 6, 2006
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AMerican tax dollars at work.

We topple foreign governments, and install our OWN rape rooms. Just lovely.

http://web.amnesty.org/library.....e140012006

November 6, 2006
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WD,

I agree that those photos are terrible. They are infantile, immature, cruel and criminal. I also think it is a grave mistake for American soldiers to forget who they are dealing with when they choose to humilate those people for their own entertainment.

Because as much as you believe that AMERICANS don't have a conscience....those people that are being humilated have far less of a conscience....for they will not take photos of Americans being humilated for their entertainment....they will take videos of Americans being decapitated for their entertainment.

Big difference.

November 6, 2006
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I'm talking about the Americans who are going to vote tomorrow.

For the most part, reactions I've gotten about all the atrocites committed by the GOP--including creating a situation where Nick Berg got decapitated, are just met with ho hum so what, let's do it again for America.

WTF were Americans doing in Iraq anyway? Who arranged for them to be there?

When you occupy foreign lands, you are going to encounter some local resistance. When you create chaos,when you create enemies what can you expect?

It's very simple--stay the heck out of the Middle East--they don't want us there.

November 6, 2006
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No, wd.

YOU don't wan't us there.

"So you approve of the misbehaviors I've described here? " What kind of a question is that?

I see you've stepped up the Satanic propaganda stuff day before elections.

People who do not agree with you wd, are not necessarily satanic.

You sound like a madman when you do that and it's embarrassing.

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November 6, 2006
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Free,

A person can disagree with me and not be Satanic. But if they facilitate evils deeds, they are definitely acting as tools of Satan. If there is a Satan, of course. To vote GOP is to facilitate evil. It’s as simple as that.

Satan has been called “the Father of Lies.”

Free, you wrote:
“No, wd. YOU don't wan't us there.”
Free, that is a filthy lie.
The People of Iraq have NEVER wanted us there! They fought and died to keep us out! We conquered them! We wrecked their country!

Poll: Iraqis out of patience

Posted 4/28/2004 3:32

BAGHDAD — Only a third of the Iraqi people now believe that the American-led occupation of their country is doing more good than harm, and a solid majority support an immediate military pullout even though they fear that could put them in greater danger, according to a new USA TODAY/CNN/Gallup Poll

http://www.usatoday.com/news/w.....over_x.htm

Poll: Iraqi youth want U.S. to leave

Posted 10/22/2006 6:06 AM ET

WASHINGTON — Majorities of Iraqi youth in Arab regions of the country believe security would improve and violence decrease if the U.S.-led forces left immediately, according to a State Department poll that provides a window into the grim warnings provided to policymakers.

http://www.usatoday.com/news/w.....iraq_x.htm

Most Iraqis Favor Immediate U.S. Pullout, Polls Show
Leaders' Views Out of Step With Public

BAGHDAD, Sept. 26 -- A strong majority of Iraqis want U.S.-led military forces to immediately withdraw from the country, saying their swift departure would make Iraq more secure and decrease sectarian violence, according to new polls by the State Department and independent researchers.
http://www.washingtonpost.com/.....01721.html

November 6, 2006
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Free, you wrote:

"So you approve of the misbehaviors I've described here? " What kind of a question is that?

It is a a "yes/no" question.

November 6, 2006
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Is Bush the Antichrist?

The Christian right and the Christian left are engaged in a debate over who 'owns' Jesus—and whether Dubya is a force for good or evil.

By Tim Appelo

http://www.seattleweekly.com/n.....christ.php

November 6, 2006
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We conquered Iraq on the prmeise that they were a threat to us, with their WMDs. But they weren't! It was a dumb idea to begin with!

What is it about not the phrase "thou shalt not bear false witness" that the GOP does not understand?

November 6, 2006
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Yes/no question? Now you're being obnoxious wd.

those who vote GOP aren't satanic any more than you are. Hopefully you're not anyhow.

The number of Americans lost in the Iraq war doesn't even come close to those lost in Vietnam. You're not concerned with Americans. You're concerned with Iraqis.

Your posts reflect a sympathetic attitude towards terrorists, Iraq, Iran, Taliban, etc.

GOP has no sympathy for them and that's what eats at ya.

Let it go.

This country swings left and right. It's swinging back left.

Some of the things you say wd, have merit, but then you tack on that silly satan crap and wash all the merit away.

You're not the only one who pulls the "You're satanic if you think this/agree with this/believe in this/ act like this" bologne. the religious fanatics do the same thing.The terrorists do it. Enemies of our country do it.

Don't you see?

the satanic approach isn't the way to get people to even consider what you're trying to say. It's an attack. Satan is bad. Americans aren't.

Americans aren't bad and Satanic wd for voting the way we vote and believing the way we believe.

that's not what satanism is.

The Satan approach is propaganda and an attempt to brainwash.

It doesn't sway the educated. It doesn't sway GOP voters. I'm middle of the road and if anything it SO turns me away from YOUR ideas. I don't believe in extremism, and that's what you are presenting.

"Satanic." It's just inflammatory, ridiculous, ignorant, and downright silly.

You silly bear.

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November 7, 2006
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wd you wrote "To vote GOP is to facilitate evil. It’s as simple as that. "

I for one have always been skeptical of anybody who makes statements such as this.

It's dangerous not to be.

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November 7, 2006
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Hi Free,

Yes, I am a silly bear.

But there are good reasons that I use the Satanic labguage.

The reasons are:

1) The GOP has as a major base of constituency, Conservative Christians. The argument has basically been "a vote for a Democrat is a vote for Satan." I want to offer a contrary argument to Christians.

2) I am a Jesus lover, and as best I can tell, everything that Jesus was for, the GOP is against.

3) I do believe that there is a such a thing as "Evil," and for many people "Satan" is synonymous with "Evil."

And I belive that the GOP is mainly for "Evil."

And one of the most evil things they do is to trick otherwise decent people into helping them commit evil.

I don't know if there is really a Satan, or if heaven or Hell exists. I'm an esoteric, so I kind of doubt the hell thing.

But if the Evangelical Christian Right is correct about the hell thing.

Well, they had better hope that guest_guest is correct.

Best I can tell.

November 7, 2006
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Those aren't good reasons wd.

What you do here is attempt to promote propaganda. You use what is percieved as a weakness of the American People.

You wrote wd :

"To vote GOP is to facilitate evil. It’s as simple as that. "

I for one question the goodness of anybody who might consider such a statement as factual much less make the statement itself.

It's extremism. An attempt to control others. To manipulate them. to take away their independent thought.

That's not good wd.

it's anything but good.

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Hi Free,

The GOP has acquired power largely by two means. The first mean is by appeal to the Bible. They say :Gay Sex= the work of Satan."

They also say "Abortion=the Work of Satan."

They also say "The Axis of Evil...."

Then they rigged the elections, just to be sure.

OK, fine say I. If the GOP gets to invoke the Bible and Jesus and Satan to motivate Americans, then why am I, WD, am not also allowed to use concepts like Good, Evil, and Satan to counter their rhetoric?

GWB has said that God and Jesus are guiding his policies.

Why do I not have the right to say "no, those policies actually come from the other side?"

It is the GOP who first invoked the Bible, God, Jesus, Good Versus Evil here.

The GOP platform was "Gay Sex is Satanic, and Abortion is Satanic, so we must institute regressive taxation, suspend the constituion, drive our nation into poverty, and murder millions of foreigners at the US taxpayers' expense..."

In my opinion, that was a pretty stupid platform.

You voted for that Free. They said what they would do if elected, and they have kept theire promises.

I have beliefs, too.

One of those beliefs is : "To vote GOP is to facilitate evil. It’s as simple as that."

I care about the problem of human Evil. It bugs me. So I have to bring it up.

Hey, I always leave open the possibility that I night be mistaken.

And that is why I bother whining to you guys at AAC.

And so I pose questions of the form:

Is [This Thing which GOP voters voted for] Good or Evil?

And what I get for an answer is the run-around.

No-Bid Contracts for Haliburton: Are you for it or against it?

The kidnapping and torture of innocent civilians: Are you for it or against it?

The Constitution of the United States of America: Are you for it or against it?

Really, that should be *were you* for it or against it, because it is gone now and it is going to take a flippin miracle to restore the Constitution back to what it was before this pack of Devil Worshippers took power.

That's my opinion.

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