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    So, now we know that Chaney planned the Iraq invasion in 1992, that the plans were put into motion in the first 10 days of the Bush presidency, that 9/11 fell into their lap and provided a reason to invade.

    Thousands dead and maimed. A country divided in a way not seen in 140 years. A potentially crippling debt (I know, Reagan proved it didn't matter).

    In it's simplest sense, a money grab gone horribly, horribly wrong.

    What are the consequences?

    I say a firing squad, or public stoning would be letting them off easy.

    I think Chaney should be assfucked daily for the rest of his life.

    On one hand, if we go the firing squad route, we (America) could raffle off firing squad positions on Ebay. I would bid on something like that, but no way I'd have deep enough pockets to win the auction.

    All proceeds could go to pay down the debt.

    But that would be a one shot deal (no pun intended).

    A better solution would be lifetime prison sentences with cameras in the cells.

    Dick Chaney prison rape pay-per-view would generate billions, and it would be a good start.

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    Cheney-Rumsfeld cabal' hijacked US foreign policy: former Powell aide

    Thu Oct 20,11:05 PM ET

    Former secretary of state Colin Powell's top aide has accused Vice President Dick Cheney and Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld of creating a "cabal" that has hijacked US foreign policy.

    Retired colonel Lawrence Wilkerson, who was Powell's right-hand man for 16 years in the public and private sectors, also skewered President George W. Bush, saying the US leader was "not versed in international relations and not too much interested in them either."

    "I would say that we have courted disaster in Iraq, in North Korea, in Iran," Wilkerson, who was Powell's chief of staff at the State Department, said Wednesday at a policy forum at the New America Foundation.

    "The case that I saw for four-plus years was a case that I have never seen in my studies of aberrations, bastardizations, perturbations, changes to the national security decision-making process," he said.

    "What I saw was a cabal between the vice president of the United States, Richard Cheney, and the secretary of defense, Donald Rumsfeld, on critical issues that made decisions that the bureaucracy did not know were being made," he said.

    The Bush administration "made decisions in secret, and now I think it is paying the consequences of having made those decisions in secret. But far more telling to me is America is paying the consequences," Wilkerson said.

    "You and I and every other citizen like us is paying the consequences, whether it is a response to (Hurricane) Katrina that was less than adequate certainly, or whether it is the situation in Iraq, which still goes unexplained."

    He added: "So you've got this collegiality there between the secretary of defense and the vice president, and you've got a president who is not versed in international relations and not too much interested in them either.

    "And so it's not too difficult to make decisions in this what I call Oval Office cabal, and decisions often that are the opposite of what you'd thought were made in the formal process."

    He said the "Cheney-Rumsfeld cabal" is influenced by the business world and that Cheney was a member of the "military industrial complex."

    "How much influence on their decisions? I think a lot -- in how much the decisions reflect their connections with the cartels and the corporations and so forth, I think a lot. I think the president, too," Wilkerson said.

    The former top aide, who has criticized the administration in the past, accused the administration of "cowboyism" in its dealings with former South Korean president Kim Dae-Jung, who won the 2000 Nobel Peace Prize for his landmark summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il, which ushered in a new era of rapprochement between the two Koreas.

    "When you put your feet up on a hassock and look at a man who's won the Nobel Prize and is currently the president of South Korea, and tell him in a very insulting way that you don't agree with his assessment of what's necessary to be reconciled with the North, that's not diplomacy, that's cowboyism," he said.

    Wilkerson also accused Powell's successor, former national security advisor Condoleezza Rice, of cozying up to the president and of being "extremely weak" in her previous post.

    As Bush's confidante before becoming secretary of state, "she made a decision that she would side with the president to build her intimacy with the president," he said.

    The retired officer admitted that his dissenting views have hurt his relationship with Powell. "He's not happy," he said.
    But wait. There is something that can be done afterall. My good friend Angelo is a cop in the Tampa/Clearwater area. Since I kept all of the files from the access logs when I had the power to see them, guess what, I have everyone's IP addresses. Hmm..what can I do w/ those??
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    Fred, take it easy.

    Working yourself into such a state of excitement is not good for the psyche.

    You might end up being marched into a theater once-a-day for ten minutes of hate. Of course, the benefits of the theater is that you might get to throw tomatoes at Cheney on the big screen.

    But still....

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    • #3
      Yes Fred, relax while Cheney is taking it to you from behind, without the decency to give you a reacharound.

      The solution? Cheney '08
      No president wants war. Everything you may have heard is that, but it's just simply not true
      President George W. Bush, March 21, 2006

      I'm a war president
      President George W. Bush, February 8, 2004

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      • #4
        QUOTE(mw.2 @ Oct 22 2005, 08:47 AM) Quoted post

        Yes Fred, relax while Cheney is taking it to you from behind, without the decency to give you a reacharound.

        The solution? Cheney '08
        [/b][/quote]

        I can whup that old man. Easy.

        Make no mistake, if there's any buttfucking to be done between me and him, I'm the one wiping my cock on his shirt.

        If he shares a cell with me, he becomes Mrs. Garvin.
        But wait. There is something that can be done afterall. My good friend Angelo is a cop in the Tampa/Clearwater area. Since I kept all of the files from the access logs when I had the power to see them, guess what, I have everyone's IP addresses. Hmm..what can I do w/ those??
        ...

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        • #5
          QUOTE(Fred Garvin @ Oct 22 2005, 08:51 AM) Quoted post

          QUOTE(mw.2 @ Oct 22 2005, 08:47 AM) Quoted post

          Yes Fred, relax while Cheney is taking it to you from behind, without the decency to give you a reacharound.

          The solution? Cheney '08
          [/b][/quote]

          I can whup that old man. Easy.

          Make no mistake, if there's any buttfucking to be done between me and him, I'm the one wiping my cock on his shirt.
          [/b][/quote]

          [img]style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/roll2.gif[/img]
          No president wants war. Everything you may have heard is that, but it's just simply not true
          President George W. Bush, March 21, 2006

          I'm a war president
          President George W. Bush, February 8, 2004

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          • #6
            This guys adds alot to bolster his case.
            Un-Official Sponsor of Randy Choate and Kevin Siegrist

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