<blockquote id="quote"><font size="1" face="tahoma,verdana,arial" id="quote">quote:<hr height="1" noshade id="quote"><b>Originally posted by Mr.Plow
And for DR...</b>
..."Mr.Plow posting pictures from almost 24 years ago"
<b>Considering the talk about <i>pirates</i> from centuries ago, I find it amusing that you criticise me for pointing out that OUR GOVERNMENT played an ACTIVE role in the formation of this very problem with which we are confronted today! But hey, if you don't think our previous meddling in the Middle East has in any way influenced the animosity we now feel from that area, feel free to continue to misunderstand the gravity of this situation. Ignorance is bliss?</b>
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Considering that OUR government is somehow responsible for EVERY problem that EVERY one seems to have these days, I find it equally amusing that there are those of you who would give 2 seconds of thought that our current occupation of Iraq would be have to be the subject of yet another 5 page long debate.
Ignorance MUST be bliss, as no one seems to fully understand that the real reason WHY most everything is ass-backwards, is because no one ever wants to take responsibility for fixing something that was [intercourse]ed up by someone else.
At the very least, I give our President some credit for attempting to fix something that was [intercourse]ed up long before he ever stepped foot into his office.
While most of you are busy psycho-analyzing potato-chuckin' forum nerds and playing with your Nintendo Wii, there are the select few who are busying themselves protecting this nations future.
All this talk about pirates, labeling and hurt feelings has been, (for the most part) vaguely entertaining. But now it would seem that you guys are actually dead serious about your "animosity", which is more towards our own government than it is toward our opponents in Iraq, or anywhere else for that matter.
BTW, my new foil helmet fits great! I'm going downstairs to warm it up in the microwave...