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  •  This is Old news (none)
    Remember the aircraft being shot at going into Bagdad airport (Many Many months ago).

    Well to the middle, but progressive on ALL solutions.

    by Great Hunter on Sun Nov 07, 2004 at 04:53:43 PM PST

    •  Maybe, (none)
      but combined with the recent news of the 380 tons of explosives missing, it just reinforces the screw ups of Bush and Co.
      •  What's another 4,000 weapons? (none)
        Geez!

        </sarcasm>

        I wonder if "old news" will be irrelevant when a few of these takes out several more Black Hawk helicopters and 20-30 more soldiers are killed in a couple of days.

        I wear the black in mournin' for the lives that could have been,
        Each week we lose a hundred fine young men. -- Johnny Cash

        by Page van der Linden on Sun Nov 07, 2004 at 04:59:43 PM PST

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      •  No it (none)
        does not. The old news stories are full of our troups buying up guns, explosives, etc. All left behind by the fall of the Iraq government.

        Saying Bush screwed this up is like saying those stories never happened. They tried, and there is simply more to do.

        Its that simple.

        Well to the middle, but progressive on ALL solutions.

        by Great Hunter on Tue Nov 09, 2004 at 06:03:30 PM PST

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    •  Yes (none)
      I'm trying to find a link.

      Bet some of the rightwing blogs are full of those, but I'm not too interested in those.

      (do it for me and I'll give you a dollar)

      •  I've pulled out most of my hair .... (none)
        over shit like this.  I'll give someone a dollar if I can pull theirs out.

        "If we cannot name our own we are cut off at the root, our hold on our lives as fragile as seed in a wind." Dorothy Allison

        by caliberal on Sun Nov 07, 2004 at 08:17:44 PM PST

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