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I'm guessing that the shaved ape baby has probably run away from home already, and established a more pleasing residence in a date palm. Way better than a hole in the ground, like a gopher.Originally posted by operatenor:
Isn't anyone else concerned about what's going to become of the shaved ape baby?
Bah dum Ching!originally posted by Selma If the ape baby ever reappears in the public eye, I'd be inclined to send him to Neverland. He can be in charge of the orchards...
"The $ 750,000 he got caught with would just about be enough to pay for 4 field level box seats. Enrique Wilson's salary for 2004 is also coincidentally $ 750,000.
I figured this loser to be a Cub fan. You know, lose a close playoff game, put the big load on and sleep in a hole.
Just another little pimple of a brutal dictator who has taken opportunity to jam his thumb in our eye when he perceived that we weren't in a position to eviscerate him.Originally posted by bignaf:
what's wrong with Castro?
Oh so sad but, oh so true Shapley.Originally posted by Shapley:
Re: Italy. That what I was referencing. I just forget to put the little smiley faces on my posts.
What I was trying to point out that people will turn a blind eye to a lot of evil, as long there's a chicken in every pot and a car in every garage.
I think that sums up my philosophy. Next to the Iraqis, the Iranians and Kuwaiti have the most legitimate claim on the man."A meme is rapidly emerging -- the meme that Iraqis judging Iraqis is a thing lacking "legitimacy."
It's closely related to the meme that Arabs and Muslims cannot handle liberal, secular democracy; ………
……….It's a meme meant to snatch the judgment of Saddam Hussein from his victims and hand it over to those same institutions whose counsel would have left him in power today. It's a disgusting, vile meme,"
Perhaps because they did the internal-revolution thing and caught their own murderers, thugs, and former head of state? Whereas the Iraqi governmental overhaul is being forcibly imposed by an external entity. (That would be us. This is not criticism; I'm in favor of the overhaul.) The cases are different.Originally posted by Haggis:
Why should a newly freed South Africa have any more legitimacy in handling its murderers, thugs and former head of state than a newly freed Iraq?
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