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This, on the day that the US has announced Saudi Arabia very low on the list of human rights-friendly nations. Screw Saudi Arabia, They should have been attacked second.
 
Originally posted by Celerity@Jun 3 2005, 11:40 AM
This, on the day that the US has announced Saudi Arabia very low on the list of human rights-friendly nations. Screw Saudi Arabia, They should have been attacked second.
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They should have. Though I'm sure we didn't for that fact that gas would have then been $8/gal. :ph34r:
 
How do you figure gas would be more expensive? I say not only attack, but go Colonialist on their ass and make them a territory of the US. I don't think anyone here could argue with federal oil sales kickback checks in their box every month!!!



Human rights? WTF are those?
 

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Remember if they made it so women couldn't drive here imagine how much it would suck to keep carting their asses around.
 

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Originally posted by DarkHand+Jun 3 2005, 08:00 PM-->
@Jun 3 2005, 11:40 AM
This, on the day that the US has announced Saudi Arabia very low on the list of human rights-friendly nations. Screw Saudi Arabia, They should have been attacked second.
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They should have. Though I'm sure we didn't for that fact that gas would have then been $8/gal. :ph34r:
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Yea, and you'd have to drive to Mexico to get it.
 
This, on the day that the US has announced Saudi Arabia very low on the list of human rights-friendly nations. Screw Saudi Arabia, They should have been attacked second.


i find it truely ironic that the US gov't thinks it can talk to ANY nation about human rights abuses...

but go Colonialist on their ass and make them a territory of the US

hmmm, thats already started hasn't it?

except when the americans were fighting from the british they were heroes, but when iraqis fight to try and get the occupiers out of their country they are "terrorists"...
 
Originally posted by reckedracing@Jun 3 2005, 02:06 PM
This, on the day that the US has announced Saudi Arabia very low on the list of human rights-friendly nations. Screw Saudi Arabia, They should have been attacked second.


i find it truely ironic that the US gov't thinks it can talk to ANY nation about human rights abuses...

but go Colonialist on their ass and make them a territory of the US

hmmm, thats already started hasn't it?

except when the americans were fighting from the british they were heroes, but when iraqis fight to try and get the occupiers out of their country they are "terrorists"...
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It's all about the changing demographics. ;)
 
Originally posted by reckedracing@Jun 3 2005, 04:06 PM

but go Colonialist on their ass and make them a territory of the US

hmmm, thats already started hasn't it?

except when the americans were fighting from the british they were heroes, but when iraqis fight to try and get the occupiers out of their country they are "terrorists"...
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Haha this isn't even preaching to the choir, this is preaching to the drunk gyu in the back row of church who doesn't wanna be there! :p <- US Army, recently back from Iraq
 

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Originally posted by reckedracing@Jun 3 2005, 10:06 PM
but go Colonialist on their ass and make them a territory of the US

hmmm, thats already started hasn't it?

except when the americans were fighting from the british they were heroes, but when iraqis fight to try and get the occupiers out of their country they are "terrorists"...
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No, they are called "insurgents" :)


Tim, I'm telling you, one large pepperoni pizza per day till you report at Drum, you'll be out like Richard Simmons.
 
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