I left for the first hour to go get the food stamps doncha know and damn if I missed THAT!!
The semi's are starting to look veeeery interesting but none of the charts are looking very inspiring. All the transpos were rockin today so that blows the dow theorist minds, the pm's are gettin knocked around now also, still sittin on cash but starting to get a lil hot in the pocket, just don't think the love is in the market now. But I swear I heard kudsew and crammit slammin cisco because of the share buybacks so maybe the bottom is closer than most think, don't care about catchin the bottom just don't want a stilleto in my foot.
xb, from now on lets refer to "f#ckin left wing dem bullsh#t as FLWDBS, it'll save us all alot of typing-deal?
I am not impressed that Kerry "volunteered" for the Navy.
Perhaps his other choice was to get "drafted" into the Army.
Ironically, I am impressed that he protested the war in Viet Nam.
That took courage and alot of people still don't understand it.
They don't understand that the Viet Name War
was a civil war, and we were on the side with the most corruption.
We justified the war by saying that the North
attacked our ships in the Gulf of Tonkin.
But it has been well documented that that
attack was fabricated.
This is quit different than the current
situation in Iraq.
Iraq attacked a number of our friends
in the middle east, and threatened
the world oil supply.
Sam,let me get this straight. Kerry graduates from Yale and sits and dreams of what to do next. He decides that maybe he will volunteer for the Navy, volunteer for swift boat duty, and deliberately get wounded and awarded three purple hearts in order to advance his political career at some point in the future. I think you have hit on something! You are either brainwashed or an idiot. Seek help.
I have reread your post. You cannot prove a word of what you say, and neither can the men who slander him in the infamous "political" advertisement. I do not know how old you are, but believe me, *no one* went to Vietnam "for the one and only reason to get some Purple Hearts." That malign assertion is truly dumbfounding. Read some first-hand accounts such as *365 Days* if you want to know what it was really like in Vietnam.
Kerry answered the call to arms for the one and
only reason to get some Purple Hearts if not by
shrapnel than by self inflicting scratches that
required a Band-Aid and immediately come back
and fool people like you into thinking that he
is a war hero and elect him for President.
He is a liar and a fraud just like Clinton but the difference between the two is that Clinton
is a smart liar and Kerry is a stupid one,
this is why he will be defeated just like Dukakis
Rumsfeld fears U.S. losing long-term fight against terror
June 6, 2004
BY ROBERT BURNS
SINGAPORE -- The United States and its allies are winning some battles in the terrorism war but may be losing the broader struggle against Islamic extremism that is terrorism's source, Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld said Saturday.
The troubling unknown, he said, is whether the extremists -- whom he termed ''zealots and despots'' bent on destroying the global system of nation-states -- are turning out newly trained terrorists faster than the United States can capture or kill them.
''It's quite clear to me that we do not have a coherent approach to this,'' Rumsfeld said at an international security conference.
His remarks showed a level of concern about the long-term direction of the U.S.-led global fight against terrorism that Rumsfeld rarely addresses in public.
The Pentagon chief usually lauds the efforts of U.S. troops, denounces terrorist networks and urges other countries to join the effort to stop terrorist acts.
Saturday, he went further, saying that while terrorists must be confronted, the bigger problem is the extremist Islamic ideology that produces them.
''What you have is a civil war in that religion where a small minority are trying to hijack it,'' he said.
Later Saturday, in Bangladesh, Rumsfeld discussed that South Asian nation's possible interest in sending peacekeepers to Iraq after an interim government in Baghdad takes political control June 30.
After meeting with Foreign Minister M. Morshed Khan in Dhaka, the capital, Rumsfeld told reporters the two had spoken about Iraq and Afghanistan but not the specifics of peacekeeping in those countries. Rumsfeld also had talks with Prime Minister Khaleda Zia and senior generals.
U.S. defense secretaries rarely visit Bangladesh, but Rumsfeld wanted to draw attention to the mostly Muslim nation as a model of the moderate Islamic country that denounces terrorism. While thousands of anti-American protesters took to the streets of Dhaka on Friday, there was no sign of hostility when Rumsfeld's entourage drove through the capital Saturday.