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  • unclefulbert unclefulbert Jun 2, 2003 11:10 PM Flag

    The Lone Ranger

    ~165 deaths?

    How many died in auto accidents in USA during that same period? How about from cancer sticks or gun shots? You gonna tell what to those families? Moratorium on all auto, cigars and pistol sales?

    BTW, there must be folks died of sexual transmitted diseases right? Ban "rolling" in the hay for Jack & Jill?

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    • ++BTW, there must be folks died of sexual transmitted diseases right? Ban "rolling" in the hay for Jack & Jill?++

      Ok, so I'll give you the benefit of the doubt and GUESS that even YOU have enough sense to know the difference between 'rolling in the hay' and a President sending men and women off to die for a LIE...but go ahead and prove me wrong.

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      • I am not belittling the death of ~185 young men/women who were likely still wet behind their ears. God, it is very sad even if a single yound boy or girl were in harms away.

        My point is little boys die crossing the street. Little girls ran into crazies like handyman Cary Stayner. In relative terms, 185 deaths is remarkably low in times of war. My vote is that the shrub's team did the country proud.

        BTW, even green soldiers expect to be sent to war once they signed up. Hope you have'nt told your youth clubs that enlisted personel only have to travel the world, get weapons training, play war-games with simulators while participating in weight loss programs, all expenses paid.

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