Discussion:
Ted Nugent: Republican Icon, Patriot and Draft Dodger
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Ran Endish
2005-02-08 20:32:03 UTC
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Ted Nugent: Patriot and Draft Dodger
ON MILITARY SERVICE

He claims that 30 days before his draft board physical, he stopped all
forms of personal hygiene. The last 10 days, he ingested nothing but Vienna
sausages and Pepsi; and a week before his physical, he stopped using
bathrooms altogether, virtually living inside pants caked with his own
excrement, stained by his urine. That spectacle won Nugent a deferment, he
says. "... but if I would have gone over there, I'd have been killed, or I'd
have killed, or I'd killed all the hippies in the foxholes...I would have
killed everybody." - Detroit Free Press Magazine , July 15, 1990
Michael
2005-02-08 20:40:28 UTC
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Post by Ran Endish
Ted Nugent: Patriot and Draft Dodger
ON MILITARY SERVICE
He claims that 30 days before his draft board physical, he stopped all
forms of personal hygiene. The last 10 days, he ingested nothing but Vienna
sausages and Pepsi; and a week before his physical, he stopped using
bathrooms altogether, virtually living inside pants caked with his own
excrement, stained by his urine. That spectacle won Nugent a deferment, he
says. "... but if I would have gone over there, I'd have been killed, or I'd
have killed, or I'd killed all the hippies in the foxholes...I would have
killed everybody." - Detroit Free Press Magazine , July 15, 1990
at least he never said he "loathed" the military, or lied about what they
did on the battlefield.
--
"I know this story is true."
-Dan Rather, while digging his own grave
Ran Endish
2005-02-08 20:38:56 UTC
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Post by Michael
Post by Ran Endish
Ted Nugent: Patriot and Draft Dodger
ON MILITARY SERVICE
He claims that 30 days before his draft board physical, he stopped all
forms of personal hygiene. The last 10 days, he ingested nothing but Vienna
sausages and Pepsi; and a week before his physical, he stopped using
bathrooms altogether, virtually living inside pants caked with his own
excrement, stained by his urine. That spectacle won Nugent a deferment, he
says. "... but if I would have gone over there, I'd have been killed, or I'd
have killed, or I'd killed all the hippies in the foxholes...I would have
killed everybody." - Detroit Free Press Magazine , July 15, 1990
at least he never said he "loathed" the military, or lied about what they
did on the battlefield.
So let me get this straight. It's OK to dodge the draft by shitting in your
pants as long as you love the military. But if you go to Vietnam and then
question the reason for the war, you're a coward.

I just need to get this straight so I can understand the rationale of a
shit for brains right wing hypocrite like yourself.
McPickles
2005-02-08 21:34:39 UTC
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Post by Ran Endish
So let me get this straight. It's OK to dodge the draft by shitting in your
pants as long as you love the military. But if you go to Vietnam and then
question the reason for the war, you're a coward.
I just need to get this straight so I can understand the rationale of a
shit for brains right wing hypocrite like yourself.
You want equate "go to Vietnam and then question the reason for the war"
with "shooting a kid in the back and injuring yourself to get your
purple hearts and run home only to get an honorable discharge at the
same time many other DISHONORABLE discharges were changed to honorable
and cavorting with the enemy in an act of treason no matter what you
think his intentions might have been".

I just need to get it straight so I can understand the rationale of a
shit for brains left wing hypocrite retard like yourself.
Ran Endish
2005-02-08 21:36:51 UTC
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Got any actual proof that Kerry shot a kid in the back or do just consume
everything the right wing press feeds you?
Post by McPickles
Post by Ran Endish
So let me get this straight. It's OK to dodge the draft by shitting in your
pants as long as you love the military. But if you go to Vietnam and then
question the reason for the war, you're a coward.
I just need to get this straight so I can understand the rationale of a
shit for brains right wing hypocrite like yourself.
You want equate "go to Vietnam and then question the reason for the war"
with "shooting a kid in the back and injuring yourself to get your
purple hearts and run home only to get an honorable discharge at the
same time many other DISHONORABLE discharges were changed to honorable
and cavorting with the enemy in an act of treason no matter what you
think his intentions might have been".
I just need to get it straight so I can understand the rationale of a
shit for brains left wing hypocrite retard like yourself.
Buckaroo Banzai
2005-02-08 23:21:49 UTC
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Post by Ran Endish
Got any actual proof that Kerry shot a kid in the back or do just consume
everything the right wing press feeds you?
How's his own admission of guilt for proof?
Plankton
2005-02-08 21:42:44 UTC
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Post by McPickles
You want equate "go to Vietnam and then question the reason for the war"
with "shooting a kid in the back and injuring yourself to get your
purple hearts and run home only to get an honorable discharge at the
same time many other DISHONORABLE discharges were changed to
honorable
Post by McPickles
and cavorting with the enemy in an act of treason no matter what you
think his intentions might have been".
god damn, is there anything you Retardican wackos won't swallow from
FoxNews, NewsMax, etc.?
Michael
2005-02-08 21:44:11 UTC
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Post by McPickles
Post by McPickles
You want equate "go to Vietnam and then question the reason for the
war"
Post by McPickles
with "shooting a kid in the back and injuring yourself to get your
purple hearts and run home only to get an honorable discharge at the
same time many other DISHONORABLE discharges were changed to
honorable
Post by McPickles
and cavorting with the enemy in an act of treason no matter what you
think his intentions might have been".
god damn, is there anything you Retardican wackos won't swallow from
FoxNews, NewsMax, etc.?
yeah. anything from NBC, CBS, ABC, CNN, NPR, PBS, MSNBC, pravda, NYT, WaPo,
newsweek, time, daily worker etc.
--
"I know this story is true."
-Dan Rather, while digging his own grave
ronin
2005-02-09 01:58:46 UTC
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Post by Michael
Post by McPickles
Post by McPickles
You want equate "go to Vietnam and then question the reason for the
war"
Post by McPickles
with "shooting a kid in the back and injuring yourself to get your
purple hearts and run home only to get an honorable discharge at the
same time many other DISHONORABLE discharges were changed to
honorable
Post by McPickles
and cavorting with the enemy in an act of treason no matter what you
think his intentions might have been".
god damn, is there anything you Retardican wackos won't swallow from
FoxNews, NewsMax, etc.?
yeah. anything from NBC, CBS, ABC, CNN, NPR, PBS, MSNBC, pravda, NYT, WaPo,
newsweek, time, daily worker etc.
FoxNews=Pravda.

You goddam commie.
Ran Endish
2005-02-08 22:13:22 UTC
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Nope they swallow it good, they swallow it hard and they don't even get a
kiss afterwords.
Post by McPickles
Post by McPickles
You want equate "go to Vietnam and then question the reason for the
war"
Post by McPickles
with "shooting a kid in the back and injuring yourself to get your
purple hearts and run home only to get an honorable discharge at the
same time many other DISHONORABLE discharges were changed to
honorable
Post by McPickles
and cavorting with the enemy in an act of treason no matter what you
think his intentions might have been".
god damn, is there anything you Retardican wackos won't swallow from
FoxNews, NewsMax, etc.?
lab~rat
2005-02-09 14:43:09 UTC
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Post by Ran Endish
Nope they swallow it good, they swallow it hard and they don't even get a
kiss afterwords.
I had a girlfriend in high school that wore braces. She tried to kiss
me after giving me head and cum was clinging to them. That's just
wrong...

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lab~rat >:-)
The less you care, the more it doesn't matter.
Fair and Balanced Hyco-Limbaugh Fart Detector
2005-02-09 00:15:27 UTC
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Post by McPickles
Post by Ran Endish
So let me get this straight. It's OK to dodge the draft by shitting in your
pants as long as you love the military. But if you go to Vietnam and then
question the reason for the war, you're a coward.
I just need to get this straight so I can understand the rationale of a
shit for brains right wing hypocrite like yourself.
You want equate "go to Vietnam and then question the reason for the war"
with "shooting a kid in the back and injuring yourself to get your
purple hearts and run home only to get an honorable discharge at the
same time many other DISHONORABLE discharges were changed to honorable
and cavorting with the enemy in an act of treason no matter what you
think his intentions might have been".
I just need to get it straight so I can understand the rationale of a
shit for brains left wing hypocrite retard like yourself.
Is there a blood test that detects brainwashing?
ronin
2005-02-09 01:57:48 UTC
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Post by McPickles
Post by Ran Endish
So let me get this straight. It's OK to dodge the draft by shitting in your
pants as long as you love the military. But if you go to Vietnam and then
question the reason for the war, you're a coward.
I just need to get this straight so I can understand the rationale of a
shit for brains right wing hypocrite like yourself.
You want equate "go to Vietnam and then question the reason for the war"
with "shooting a kid in the back and injuring yourself to get your
purple hearts and run home only to get an honorable discharge at the
same time many other DISHONORABLE discharges were changed to honorable
and cavorting with the enemy in an act of treason no matter what you
think his intentions might have been".
I just need to get it straight so I can understand the rationale of a
shit for brains left wing hypocrite retard like yourself.
McPickles worships guys who shit their pants to get out of the draft.
KK
2005-02-09 13:52:30 UTC
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Post by ronin
McPickles worships guys who shit their pants to get out of the draft.
If shitting my pants would have got me out of going to Vietnam, I would
have too.
lab~rat
2005-02-09 14:43:10 UTC
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Post by ronin
Post by McPickles
Post by Ran Endish
So let me get this straight. It's OK to dodge the draft by shitting in
your
Post by McPickles
Post by Ran Endish
pants as long as you love the military. But if you go to Vietnam and
then
Post by McPickles
Post by Ran Endish
question the reason for the war, you're a coward.
I just need to get this straight so I can understand the rationale of a
shit for brains right wing hypocrite like yourself.
You want equate "go to Vietnam and then question the reason for the war"
with "shooting a kid in the back and injuring yourself to get your
purple hearts and run home only to get an honorable discharge at the
same time many other DISHONORABLE discharges were changed to honorable
and cavorting with the enemy in an act of treason no matter what you
think his intentions might have been".
I just need to get it straight so I can understand the rationale of a
shit for brains left wing hypocrite retard like yourself.
McPickles worships guys who shit their pants to get out of the draft.
He just went to Europe, I don't think there was any pants shitting
involved. There was some inhaling though, contrary to his claim...

--
lab~rat >:-)
The less you care, the more it doesn't matter.
Michael
2005-02-08 21:39:16 UTC
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Post by Ran Endish
Post by Michael
at least he never said he "loathed" the military, or lied about what they
did on the battlefield.
So let me get this straight. It's OK to dodge the draft by shitting in your
pants as long as you love the military. But if you go to Vietnam and then
question the reason for the war, you're a coward.
kerry didn't just question the war. he lied about what others were doing
there.
--
"I know this story is true."
-Dan Rather, while digging his own grave
johnny
2005-02-08 23:34:18 UTC
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Post by Michael
Post by Ran Endish
Post by Michael
at least he never said he "loathed" the military, or lied about what they
did on the battlefield.
So let me get this straight. It's OK to dodge the draft by shitting
in
Post by Michael
Post by Ran Endish
your
pants as long as you love the military. But if you go to Vietnam and then
question the reason for the war, you're a coward.
kerry didn't just question the war. he lied about what others were doing
there.
Those "others" were themselves proven to be liars - just like Bush &
Cheney have been proven to be liars at least a thousand times over.
Henry
2005-02-09 08:07:19 UTC
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Michael, If you do a Google search on the words 'My Lai' (for one
example), and explore some of the links you will see lots of make
believe photoshop pictures of what Kerry was lying about. Here's a
link. Enjoy.

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&lr=&newwindow=1&c2coff=1&q=my+lai&btnG=Search
Post by Michael
kerry didn't just question the war. he lied about what others were doing
there.
Roy Blankenship
2005-02-19 07:33:05 UTC
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Post by Michael
Post by Ran Endish
Post by Michael
at least he never said he "loathed" the military, or lied about what they
did on the battlefield.
So let me get this straight. It's OK to dodge the draft by shitting in your
pants as long as you love the military. But if you go to Vietnam and then
question the reason for the war, you're a coward.
kerry didn't just question the war. he lied about what others were doing
there.
Repeat every lie you hear? You don't know ANYTHING about it. PROVE IT. You
can't . What a god damn dumbass.

Fair and Balanced Hyco-Limbaugh Fart Detector
2005-02-09 00:13:36 UTC
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Post by Ran Endish
Post by Michael
Post by Ran Endish
Ted Nugent: Patriot and Draft Dodger
ON MILITARY SERVICE
He claims that 30 days before his draft board physical, he stopped all
forms of personal hygiene. The last 10 days, he ingested nothing but Vienna
sausages and Pepsi; and a week before his physical, he stopped using
bathrooms altogether, virtually living inside pants caked with his own
excrement, stained by his urine. That spectacle won Nugent a deferment, he
says. "... but if I would have gone over there, I'd have been killed, or I'd
have killed, or I'd killed all the hippies in the foxholes...I would
have
Post by Michael
Post by Ran Endish
killed everybody." - Detroit Free Press Magazine , July 15, 1990
at least he never said he "loathed" the military, or lied about what they
did on the battlefield.
So let me get this straight. It's OK to dodge the draft by shitting in your
pants as long as you love the military. But if you go to Vietnam and then
question the reason for the war, you're a coward.
I just need to get this straight so I can understand the rationale of a
shit for brains right wing hypocrite like yourself.
Do Conservatives® have to practice to this twisted?

It like the Moscow Party Line of the 1930s...no matter how idiotic,
they all mouth it in unison.
z
2005-02-08 21:52:15 UTC
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Post by Michael
Post by Ran Endish
Ted Nugent: Patriot and Draft Dodger
ON MILITARY SERVICE
He claims that 30 days before his draft board physical, he stopped all
forms of personal hygiene. The last 10 days, he ingested nothing
but
Post by Michael
Post by Ran Endish
Vienna
sausages and Pepsi; and a week before his physical, he stopped using
bathrooms altogether, virtually living inside pants caked with his own
excrement, stained by his urine. That spectacle won Nugent a
deferment,
Post by Michael
Post by Ran Endish
he
says. "... but if I would have gone over there, I'd have been
killed, or
Post by Michael
Post by Ran Endish
I'd
have killed, or I'd killed all the hippies in the foxholes...I would have
killed everybody." - Detroit Free Press Magazine , July 15, 1990
at least he never said he "loathed" the military, or lied about what they
did on the battlefield.
Yes, he at least has the decency to lie by omission and cover up his
draftdodging, while urging the deaths of other young men.
ronin
2005-02-09 01:56:47 UTC
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Post by Michael
Post by Ran Endish
Ted Nugent: Patriot and Draft Dodger
ON MILITARY SERVICE
He claims that 30 days before his draft board physical, he stopped all
forms of personal hygiene. The last 10 days, he ingested nothing but Vienna
sausages and Pepsi; and a week before his physical, he stopped using
bathrooms altogether, virtually living inside pants caked with his own
excrement, stained by his urine. That spectacle won Nugent a deferment, he
says. "... but if I would have gone over there, I'd have been killed, or I'd
have killed, or I'd killed all the hippies in the foxholes...I would have
killed everybody." - Detroit Free Press Magazine , July 15, 1990
at least he never said he "loathed" the military, or lied about what they
did on the battlefield.
Like Rumsfeld and Cheney did?
Pookie
2005-02-09 02:08:14 UTC
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Post by ronin
Post by Michael
Post by Ran Endish
Ted Nugent: Patriot and Draft Dodger
ON MILITARY SERVICE
He claims that 30 days before his draft board physical, he stopped all
forms of personal hygiene. The last 10 days, he ingested nothing but Vienna
sausages and Pepsi; and a week before his physical, he stopped using
bathrooms altogether, virtually living inside pants caked with his own
excrement, stained by his urine. That spectacle won Nugent a
deferment,
Post by ronin
Post by Michael
Post by Ran Endish
he
says. "... but if I would have gone over there, I'd have been killed,
or
Post by ronin
Post by Michael
Post by Ran Endish
I'd
have killed, or I'd killed all the hippies in the foxholes...I would
have
Post by Michael
Post by Ran Endish
killed everybody." - Detroit Free Press Magazine , July 15, 1990
at least he never said he "loathed" the military, or lied about what they
did on the battlefield.
Like Rumsfeld and Cheney did?
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Solomon P. Ortiz (D-Texas) Army 1060-62 Spc.
Ron Packard (R-Calif.) Navy Dental Corps 1957-59
Bill Pascrell Jr. (D-N.J.) Army 1961 E-5 Army Reserve 1962-67 E-5
Ron Paul (R-Texas) Air Force 1963-65 Capt.Air National Guard 1965-68 Capt.
Collin C. Peterson (D-Minn.) National Guard 1963-69 Staff Sgt.
John E. Peterson (R-Pa.) Army Reserve 1958-64 Spec. 2
Joseph R. Pitts (R-Pa.) Air Force 1963-69 Capt.
John Edward Porter (R-Ill.) Army Reserve 1958-64
Jim Ramstad (R-Minn.) Army Reserve 1968-74 1st Lt.
Charles Rangel (D-N.Y.) Army 1948-52 Staff Sgt.
Ralph Regula (R-Ohio) Navy 1944-46 Seaman
Silvestre Reyes (D-Texas) Army 1966-68 Sgt.
Thomas M. Reynolds (R-N.Y.) Air National Guard Sgt.
Harold Rogers (R-Ky.) National Guard 1957-64
Bobby L. Rush (D-Ill.) Army 1963-68 Pvt.
Robert C. Scott (D-Va.) Army Reserve 1970-74 National Guard 1974-76
Jose E. Serrano (D-N.Y.) Army Medical Corps 1964-66
John Shadegg (R-Ariz.) National Guard 1969-75
Donald L. Sherwood (R-Pa.) Army 1964-66 1st Lt.
John M. Shimkus (R-Ill.) Army 1980-85 Capt.
Bud Shuster (R-Pa.) Army 1954-56
Norman Sisisky (D-Va.) Navy 1945-46 Seaman, 1st Class
Joe Skeen (R-N.M.) Navy 1945-46 Air Force Reserve 1949-52
Nick Smith (R-Mich.) Air Force 1959-61 Capt.
Vic Snyder (D-Ark.) Marine Corps 1967-69 Cpl.
Floyd D. Spence (R-S.C.) Naval Reserve 1952-88 Capt. Navy 1952-54
John M. Spratt Jr. (D-S.C.) Army 1969-71 Capt.
Pete Stark (D-Calif.) Air Force 1955-57
Cliff Stearns (R-Fla.) Air Force 1963-67 Capt.
Bob Stump (R-Ariz.) Navy 1943-46
John Tanner (D-Tenn.) Navy 1968-72 Lt.National Guard 1974-present Lt. Col.
Gene Taylor (D-Miss.) Coast Guard Reserve 1971-84 E-6
Mike Thompson (D-Calif.) Army 1968-69 Sgt.
Edolphus Towns (D-N.Y.) Army 1956-58
Jim Turner (D-Texas) Army 1978 Capt.
Wes Watkins (R-Okla.) Okla. National Guard 1960-67 2nd Lt.
Dave Weldon (R-Fla.) Army Medical Corps 1981-87 Maj. Army Reserve 1987-92
Edward Whitfield (R-Ky.) Army Reserve 1967-73 Lt.
Roger Wicker (R-Miss.) Air Force 1976-80 Capt. Air Force Reserve
1980-present Lt. Col.
Heather A. Wilson (R-N.M.) Air Force 1978-89 Capt.
Frank R. Wolf (R-Va.) Army Reserve 1962-63 Enlisted
C.W. Bill Young (R-Fla.) National Guard 1948-57
Don Young (R-Alaska) Army 1955-57


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Ted Nugent: Patriot and Draft Dodger
ON MILITARY SERVICE
He claims that 30 days before his draft board physical, he stopped
all
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forms of personal hygiene. The last 10 days, he ingested nothing
but
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Vienna
sausages and Pepsi; and a week before his physical, he stopped using
bathrooms altogether, virtually living inside pants caked with his own
excrement, stained by his urine. That spectacle won Nugent a
deferment,
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he
says. "... but if I would have gone over there, I'd have been killed,
or
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I'd
have killed, or I'd killed all the hippies in the foxholes...I would
have
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killed everybody." - Detroit Free Press Magazine , July 15, 1990
at least he never said he "loathed" the military, or lied about what
they
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did on the battlefield.
Like Rumsfeld and Cheney did?
Cheney - deferral
Bush - hid inside air national guard until he could get out AWOL.

'nuff said.

Number of repub congress members with children serving in Iraq: 1.
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Senate: 25 Republicans, 17 Democrats
House: 83 Republicans, 53 Democrats
SENATE MEMBERS with MILITARY SERVICE
(106th CONGRESS)
Daniel K. Akaka (D-Hawaii) Army Corps of Engineers 1945-47
Jeff Bingaman (D-N.M.) Army Reserve 1968-74
Richard H. Bryan (D-Nev.) Army 1959-60 2nd Lt.
Conrad Burns (R-Mont.) Marine Corps 1955-57 Cpl.
Ben Nighthorse-Campbell (R- Colo.) 1951-53 Airman 2nd Class
John H. Chafee (R-R.I.) Marine Corps 1942-45 Capt.
Marine Corps 1951-52 Capt.
Max Cleland (D-Ga.) Army 1965-68 Capt.
Thad Cochran (R-Miss.) Navy 1959-61 Lt. j.g.
Paul Coverdell (R-Ga.) Army 1962-64 Capt.
Larry E. Craig (R-Idaho) Idaho National Guard 1971-73 E-3
Tom Daschle (D-S.D.) Air Force 1969-72 1st Lt.
Christopher J. Dodd (D-Conn.) Army Reserve 1969-75
Michael B. Enzi (R-Wyo.) Air National Guard 1968-73
Slade Gorton (R-Wash.) Army 1946-47, Air Force 1953-56
Air Force Reserve 1956-81 Col.
Chuck Hagel (R-Neb.) 1967-68 Sgt.
Tom Harkin (D-Iowa) Navy 1962-67 Lt.
Naval Reserve 1968-74 Lt. Cmdr.
Jesse Helms (R-N.C.) Navy 1942-45
Ernest F. Hollings (D-S.C.) Army 1942-45 Capt.
James M. Inhofe (R-Okla.) Army 1957-58 Pfc.
James M. Jeffords (R-Vt.) Navy 1956-59
Naval Reserve 1959-90 Capt.
Tim Johnson (D-S.D.) Army 1969
Edward M. Kennedy (D-Mass.) Army 1951-53 Pfc.
Bob Kerrey (D-Neb.) Navy 1966-69 Lt. j.g.
John Kerry (D-Mass.) Navy 1966-70 Lt.
Herb Kohl (D-Wis.) Army Reserve 1958-64
Frank R. Lautenberg (D-N.J.) Army 1942-46 Cpl.
Richard G. Lugar (R-Ind.) Navy 1957-60
John McCain (R-Ariz.) Navy 1958-81 Capt.
Daniel Patrick Moynihan (D-N.Y.) Navy 1944-47, Naval Reserve 1947-66
Frank H. Murkowski (R-Alaska) Coast Guard 1955-56
Don Nickles (R-Okla.) National Guard 1970-76
Jack Reed (D-R.I.) Army 1967-79 Capt.Army Reserve 1979-91
Charles S. Robb (D-Va.) Marine Corps 1961-70 Maj.,USMC Reserve 1970-91 Lt.
Col.
Pat Roberts (R-Kan.) Marine Corps 1958-62 Lt.
William V. Roth Jr. (R-Del.) Army 1943-46 Capt.
Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.) Army 1973 2nd Lt. Army Reserve 1973-86 Capt.
Robert C. Smith (R-N.H.) Navy 1965-67 Ensign
Arlen Specter (R-Pa.) Air Force 1951-53 1st Lt.
Ted Stevens (R-Alaska) Army Air Corps 1943-46 1st Lt.
Craig Thomas (R-Wyo.) Marine Corps 1955-59 Capt.
Strom Thurmond (R-S.C.) Army Reserve 1924-41, Army 1942-46 Lt. Col.Army
Reserve 1947-65
John W. Warner (R-Va.) Navy 1944-46 Marine Corps 1950-52 1st Lt.
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HOUSE MEMBERS with MILITARY SERVICE
(106th CONGRESS)
Bill Archer (R-Texas) Air Force 1951-53 Capt.
Spencer Bachus (R-Ala.) National Guard 1969-71
Cass Ballenger (R-N.C.) Naval Air Corps 1944-45 Aviation cadet
Bill Barrett (R-Neb.) Navy 1951-52
Herbert H. Bateman (R-Va.) Air Force 1951-53 1st Lt.
Doug Bereuter (R-Neb.) Army 1963-65 1st Lt.
Michael Bilirakis (R-Fla.) Air Force 1951-55
Tom Bliley (R-Va.) Navy 1952-55 Lt.
Sherwood Boehlert (R-N.Y.) Army 1956-58
John A. Boehner (R-Ohio) Navy 1968
David E. Bonior (D-Mich.) Air Force 1968-72 Staff Sgt.
Leonard L. Boswell (D-Iowa) Army 1956-76 Lt. Col.
Allen Boyd (D-Fla.) Army 1969-71 1st Lt.
George E. Brown Jr. (D-Calif.) Army 1942-46 2nd Lt.
Ed Bryant (R-Tenn.) Army 1970-78 Capt.
Dan Burton (R-Ind.) Army 1957-58 Army Reserve 1958-64
Steve Buyer (R-Ind.) Army Reserve 1980-84 Capt. Army 1984-87 Capt.Army
Reserve 1987-present
Sonny Callahan (R-Ala.) Navy 1952-54 Seaman
William L. Clay (D-Mo.) Army 1953-55
Bob Clement (D-Tenn.) Army 1969-71 Lt.National Guard 1971-present Col.
Howard Coble (R-N.C.) Coast Guard 1952-56 Capt.Coast Guard Reserve 1960-81
Capt.
Coast Guard 1977-78 Capt.
Mac Collins (R-Ga.) National Guard 1964-70 E4
John Conyers Jr. (D-Mich.) National Guard 1948-50 Army 1950-54 Army
Reserve 1954-57
John Cooksey (R-La.) Air Force 1967-69 Air National Guard 1969-72
William J. Coyne (D-Pa.) Army 1955-57 Spec. 3
Robert E. "Bud" Cramer (D-Ala.) Army 1972 2nd Lt. Army Reserve 1976-78 Capt.
Philip M. Crane (R-Ill.) Army 1954-56 Cpl.
Randy "Duke" Cunningham (R-Calif.) Navy 1967-87 Cmdr.
Thomas M. Davis III (R-Va.) Army 1971-72 2nd Lt. National Guard 1972-79
Army Reserve 1972-79 1st Lt.
Nathan Deal (R-Ga.) Army 1966-68 Capt.
Peter A. DeFazio (D-Ore.) Air Force 1967-71 Lt.
Bill Delahunt (D-Mass.) Coast Guard 1963 Coast Guard Reserve 1963-71
John D. Dingell (D-Mich.) Army 1944-46 2nd Lt.
Julian C. Dixon (D-Calif.) Army 1957-60 Sgt.
John J. "Jimmy" Duncan Jr. (R-Tenn.) Tenn. Army National Guard
Army Reserve 1970-87 Capt.
Bob Etheridge (D-N.C.) Army 1965-67 E4
Lane Evans (D-Ill.) Marine Corps 1969-71 Lance Cpl.
Terry Everett (R-Ala.) Air Force 1955-59 Airman 1st Class
Thomas W. Ewing (R-Ill.) Army 1957 Spec. 4 Army Reserve 1957-63 Spec. 4
Ernie Fletcher (R-Ky.) Air Force 1974-80
Rodney Frelinghuysen (R-N.J.) Army 1969-71 Pvt.
Martin Frost (D-Texas) Army Reserve 1966-72
Greg Ganske (R-Iowa) Army Reserve 1986-present Lt. Col.
George W. Gekas (R-Pa.) Army 1953-55 Cpl.
Richard A. Gephardt (D-Mo.) Air National Guard 1965-71
Jim Gibbons (R-Nev.) Air Force 1967-71 Col. Nev. Air National Guard 1975-95
Vice Cmdr.
Wayne T. Gilchrest (R-Md.) Marine Corps 1964-68 Sgt.
Paul E. Gillmor (R-Ohio) Air Force 1965-66 Capt.
Benjamin A. Gilman (R-N.Y.) Army 1943-45 Staff Sgt. N.Y. State Guard 1981-
present Col.
Charlie Gonzalez (D-Texas) Texas Air National Guard 1969-75 Tech Sgt.
Virgil H. Goode Jr. (D-Va.) Va. National Guard 1969-75
Bill Goodling (R-Pa.) Army 1946-48 Pfc.
Porter J. Goss (R-Fla.) Army 1960-62
Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) Air Force 1982-88; 1990 Air National Guard
1989-present Maj.
Ralph M. Hall (D-Texas) Navy 1942-45 Lt.
James V. Hansen (R-Utah) Navy 1952-54
Richard "Doc" Hastings (R-Wash.) Army Reserve 1964-69 Spec. 4
Van Hilleary (R-Tenn.) Air Force 1982-84 2nd Lt.
Air Force Reserve 1984-present Maj.
Maurice D. Hinchey (D - N.Y.) Navy 1956-59 Seaman
David L. Hobson (R-Ohio) Ohio Air National Guard 1958-63
Joseph M. Hoeffel III (D-Pa.) Army Reserve 1970-76 E-4
Steve Horn (R-Calif.) Army Reserve 1954-62 Spc.
Amo Houghton (R-N.Y.) Marine Corps 1945-46 Pfc.
Duncan Hunter (R-Calif.) Army 1969-71 Lt.
Henry J. Hyde (R-Ill.) Navy 1944-46 Ensign Naval Reserve 1946-68
William J. Jefferson (D-La.) Army 1969-75 Capt.
Bill Jenkins (R-Tenn.) Army 1060-62 Lt.
Sam Johnson (R-Texas) Air Force 1951-79 Col.
Walter B. Jones, Jr. (R-N.C.) N.C. National Guard 1967-71
Paul E. Kanjorski (D-Pa.) Army 1960-61
Peter T. King (R-N.Y.) National Guard 1968-73 Spec. 5
Jerry Kleczka (D-Wis.) Air National Guard 1963-69
Joe Knollenberg (R-Mich.) Army 1955-57 Cpl.
Jim Kolbe (R-Ariz.) Navy 1967-69
Steve Kuykendall (R-Calif.) Marine Corps 1968-73 Capt.
John J. LaFalce (D-N.Y.) Army 1965-67 Capt.
Ron Lewis (R-Ky.) Navy 1972
John Linder (R-Ga.) Air Force 1967-69 Capt.
William O. Lipinski (D-Ill.) Army Reserve 1961-67
Robert L. Livingston (R-La.) Navy 1961-63 Naval Reserve 1963-67
Ken Lucas (D-Ky.) Air Force 1955-57 Maj.Air National Guard 1957-67
Edward J. Markey (D-Mass.) Army Reserve 1968-73
Matthew G. Martinez (D-Calif.) Marine Corps 1947-50 Pfc.
Frank R. Mascara (D-Pa.) Army 1946-47 Pvt.
Bill McCollum (R-Fla.) Navy 1969-72 Naval Reserve 1972-92 Cmdr.
Jim McDermott (D-Wash.) Navy Medical Corps 1968-70 Lt. Cmdr.
Jack Metcalf (R-Wash.) Army 1946-47 Pvt.
Gary Miller (R-Calif.) Army 1967-68 Pvt.
Joe Moakley (D- Mass.) Navy 1943-46
Alan B. Mollohan (D- W. Va.) Army Reserve 1970-83 Capt.
Dennis Moore (D-Kan.) Army 1970 2nd Lt.
John P. Murtha (D- Pa.) Marine Corps 1952-55 Lt.
Marine Corps 1966-67 Maj.Marine Corps Reserve 1967-90 Col.
Charlie Norwood (R-Ga.) Army 1967-69 Capt.
Solomon P. Ortiz (D-Texas) Army 1060-62 Spc.
Ron Packard (R-Calif.) Navy Dental Corps 1957-59
Bill Pascrell Jr. (D-N.J.) Army 1961 E-5 Army Reserve 1962-67 E-5
Ron Paul (R-Texas) Air Force 1963-65 Capt.Air National Guard 1965-68 Capt.
Collin C. Peterson (D-Minn.) National Guard 1963-69 Staff Sgt.
John E. Peterson (R-Pa.) Army Reserve 1958-64 Spec. 2
Joseph R. Pitts (R-Pa.) Air Force 1963-69 Capt.
John Edward Porter (R-Ill.) Army Reserve 1958-64
Jim Ramstad (R-Minn.) Army Reserve 1968-74 1st Lt.
Charles Rangel (D-N.Y.) Army 1948-52 Staff Sgt.
Ralph Regula (R-Ohio) Navy 1944-46 Seaman
Silvestre Reyes (D-Texas) Army 1966-68 Sgt.
Thomas M. Reynolds (R-N.Y.) Air National Guard Sgt.
Harold Rogers (R-Ky.) National Guard 1957-64
Bobby L. Rush (D-Ill.) Army 1963-68 Pvt.
Robert C. Scott (D-Va.) Army Reserve 1970-74 National Guard 1974-76
Jose E. Serrano (D-N.Y.) Army Medical Corps 1964-66
John Shadegg (R-Ariz.) National Guard 1969-75
Donald L. Sherwood (R-Pa.) Army 1964-66 1st Lt.
John M. Shimkus (R-Ill.) Army 1980-85 Capt.
Bud Shuster (R-Pa.) Army 1954-56
Norman Sisisky (D-Va.) Navy 1945-46 Seaman, 1st Class
Joe Skeen (R-N.M.) Navy 1945-46 Air Force Reserve 1949-52
Nick Smith (R-Mich.) Air Force 1959-61 Capt.
Vic Snyder (D-Ark.) Marine Corps 1967-69 Cpl.
Floyd D. Spence (R-S.C.) Naval Reserve 1952-88 Capt. Navy 1952-54
John M. Spratt Jr. (D-S.C.) Army 1969-71 Capt.
Pete Stark (D-Calif.) Air Force 1955-57
Cliff Stearns (R-Fla.) Air Force 1963-67 Capt.
Bob Stump (R-Ariz.) Navy 1943-46
John Tanner (D-Tenn.) Navy 1968-72 Lt.National Guard 1974-present Lt. Col.
Gene Taylor (D-Miss.) Coast Guard Reserve 1971-84 E-6
Mike Thompson (D-Calif.) Army 1968-69 Sgt.
Edolphus Towns (D-N.Y.) Army 1956-58
Jim Turner (D-Texas) Army 1978 Capt.
Wes Watkins (R-Okla.) Okla. National Guard 1960-67 2nd Lt.
Dave Weldon (R-Fla.) Army Medical Corps 1981-87 Maj. Army Reserve 1987-92
Edward Whitfield (R-Ky.) Army Reserve 1967-73 Lt.
Roger Wicker (R-Miss.) Air Force 1976-80 Capt. Air Force Reserve
1980-present Lt. Col.
Heather A. Wilson (R-N.M.) Air Force 1978-89 Capt.
Frank R. Wolf (R-Va.) Army Reserve 1962-63 Enlisted
C.W. Bill Young (R-Fla.) National Guard 1948-57
Don Young (R-Alaska) Army 1955-57
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Ted Nugent: Patriot and Draft Dodger
ON MILITARY SERVICE
He claims that 30 days before his draft board physical, he stopped
all
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forms of personal hygiene. The last 10 days, he ingested nothing
but
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Vienna
sausages and Pepsi; and a week before his physical, he stopped using
bathrooms altogether, virtually living inside pants caked with his
own
Post by Ran Endish
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Post by Michael
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excrement, stained by his urine. That spectacle won Nugent a
deferment,
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Post by Michael
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he
says. "... but if I would have gone over there, I'd have been
killed,
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or
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Post by Michael
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I'd
have killed, or I'd killed all the hippies in the foxholes...I would
have
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killed everybody." - Detroit Free Press Magazine , July 15, 1990
at least he never said he "loathed" the military, or lied about what
they
Post by ronin
Post by Michael
did on the battlefield.
Like Rumsfeld and Cheney did?
Cheney - deferral
Bush - hid inside air national guard until he could get out AWOL.
'nuff said.
Number of repub congress members with children serving in Iraq: 1.
Wow, excellent rebuttal ;-)

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Senate: 25 Republicans, 17 Democrats
House: 83 Republicans, 53 Democrats
SENATE MEMBERS with MILITARY SERVICE
(106th CONGRESS)
Daniel K. Akaka (D-Hawaii) Army Corps of Engineers 1945-47
Jeff Bingaman (D-N.M.) Army Reserve 1968-74
Richard H. Bryan (D-Nev.) Army 1959-60 2nd Lt.
Conrad Burns (R-Mont.) Marine Corps 1955-57 Cpl.
Ben Nighthorse-Campbell (R- Colo.) 1951-53 Airman 2nd Class
John H. Chafee (R-R.I.) Marine Corps 1942-45 Capt.
Marine Corps 1951-52 Capt.
Max Cleland (D-Ga.) Army 1965-68 Capt.
Thad Cochran (R-Miss.) Navy 1959-61 Lt. j.g.
Paul Coverdell (R-Ga.) Army 1962-64 Capt.
Larry E. Craig (R-Idaho) Idaho National Guard 1971-73 E-3
Tom Daschle (D-S.D.) Air Force 1969-72 1st Lt.
Christopher J. Dodd (D-Conn.) Army Reserve 1969-75
Michael B. Enzi (R-Wyo.) Air National Guard 1968-73
Slade Gorton (R-Wash.) Army 1946-47, Air Force 1953-56
Air Force Reserve 1956-81 Col.
Chuck Hagel (R-Neb.) 1967-68 Sgt.
Tom Harkin (D-Iowa) Navy 1962-67 Lt.
Naval Reserve 1968-74 Lt. Cmdr.
Jesse Helms (R-N.C.) Navy 1942-45
Ernest F. Hollings (D-S.C.) Army 1942-45 Capt.
James M. Inhofe (R-Okla.) Army 1957-58 Pfc.
James M. Jeffords (R-Vt.) Navy 1956-59
Naval Reserve 1959-90 Capt.
Tim Johnson (D-S.D.) Army 1969
Edward M. Kennedy (D-Mass.) Army 1951-53 Pfc.
Bob Kerrey (D-Neb.) Navy 1966-69 Lt. j.g.
John Kerry (D-Mass.) Navy 1966-70 Lt.
Herb Kohl (D-Wis.) Army Reserve 1958-64
Frank R. Lautenberg (D-N.J.) Army 1942-46 Cpl.
Richard G. Lugar (R-Ind.) Navy 1957-60
John McCain (R-Ariz.) Navy 1958-81 Capt.
Daniel Patrick Moynihan (D-N.Y.) Navy 1944-47, Naval Reserve 1947-66
Frank H. Murkowski (R-Alaska) Coast Guard 1955-56
Don Nickles (R-Okla.) National Guard 1970-76
Jack Reed (D-R.I.) Army 1967-79 Capt.Army Reserve 1979-91
Charles S. Robb (D-Va.) Marine Corps 1961-70 Maj.,USMC Reserve 1970-91 Lt.
Col.
Pat Roberts (R-Kan.) Marine Corps 1958-62 Lt.
William V. Roth Jr. (R-Del.) Army 1943-46 Capt.
Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.) Army 1973 2nd Lt. Army Reserve 1973-86 Capt.
Robert C. Smith (R-N.H.) Navy 1965-67 Ensign
Arlen Specter (R-Pa.) Air Force 1951-53 1st Lt.
Ted Stevens (R-Alaska) Army Air Corps 1943-46 1st Lt.
Craig Thomas (R-Wyo.) Marine Corps 1955-59 Capt.
Strom Thurmond (R-S.C.) Army Reserve 1924-41, Army 1942-46 Lt. Col.Army
Reserve 1947-65
John W. Warner (R-Va.) Navy 1944-46 Marine Corps 1950-52 1st Lt.
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HOUSE MEMBERS with MILITARY SERVICE
(106th CONGRESS)
Bill Archer (R-Texas) Air Force 1951-53 Capt.
Spencer Bachus (R-Ala.) National Guard 1969-71
Cass Ballenger (R-N.C.) Naval Air Corps 1944-45 Aviation cadet
Bill Barrett (R-Neb.) Navy 1951-52
Herbert H. Bateman (R-Va.) Air Force 1951-53 1st Lt.
Doug Bereuter (R-Neb.) Army 1963-65 1st Lt.
Michael Bilirakis (R-Fla.) Air Force 1951-55
Tom Bliley (R-Va.) Navy 1952-55 Lt.
Sherwood Boehlert (R-N.Y.) Army 1956-58
John A. Boehner (R-Ohio) Navy 1968
David E. Bonior (D-Mich.) Air Force 1968-72 Staff Sgt.
Leonard L. Boswell (D-Iowa) Army 1956-76 Lt. Col.
Allen Boyd (D-Fla.) Army 1969-71 1st Lt.
George E. Brown Jr. (D-Calif.) Army 1942-46 2nd Lt.
Ed Bryant (R-Tenn.) Army 1970-78 Capt.
Dan Burton (R-Ind.) Army 1957-58 Army Reserve 1958-64
Steve Buyer (R-Ind.) Army Reserve 1980-84 Capt. Army 1984-87 Capt.Army
Reserve 1987-present
Sonny Callahan (R-Ala.) Navy 1952-54 Seaman
William L. Clay (D-Mo.) Army 1953-55
Bob Clement (D-Tenn.) Army 1969-71 Lt.National Guard 1971-present Col.
Howard Coble (R-N.C.) Coast Guard 1952-56 Capt.Coast Guard Reserve 1960-81
Capt.
Coast Guard 1977-78 Capt.
Mac Collins (R-Ga.) National Guard 1964-70 E4
John Conyers Jr. (D-Mich.) National Guard 1948-50 Army 1950-54 Army
Reserve 1954-57
John Cooksey (R-La.) Air Force 1967-69 Air National Guard 1969-72
William J. Coyne (D-Pa.) Army 1955-57 Spec. 3
Robert E. "Bud" Cramer (D-Ala.) Army 1972 2nd Lt. Army Reserve 1976-78
Capt.
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Philip M. Crane (R-Ill.) Army 1954-56 Cpl.
Randy "Duke" Cunningham (R-Calif.) Navy 1967-87 Cmdr.
Thomas M. Davis III (R-Va.) Army 1971-72 2nd Lt. National Guard 1972-79
Army Reserve 1972-79 1st Lt.
Nathan Deal (R-Ga.) Army 1966-68 Capt.
Peter A. DeFazio (D-Ore.) Air Force 1967-71 Lt.
Bill Delahunt (D-Mass.) Coast Guard 1963 Coast Guard Reserve 1963-71
John D. Dingell (D-Mich.) Army 1944-46 2nd Lt.
Julian C. Dixon (D-Calif.) Army 1957-60 Sgt.
John J. "Jimmy" Duncan Jr. (R-Tenn.) Tenn. Army National Guard
Army Reserve 1970-87 Capt.
Bob Etheridge (D-N.C.) Army 1965-67 E4
Lane Evans (D-Ill.) Marine Corps 1969-71 Lance Cpl.
Terry Everett (R-Ala.) Air Force 1955-59 Airman 1st Class
Thomas W. Ewing (R-Ill.) Army 1957 Spec. 4 Army Reserve 1957-63 Spec. 4
Ernie Fletcher (R-Ky.) Air Force 1974-80
Rodney Frelinghuysen (R-N.J.) Army 1969-71 Pvt.
Martin Frost (D-Texas) Army Reserve 1966-72
Greg Ganske (R-Iowa) Army Reserve 1986-present Lt. Col.
George W. Gekas (R-Pa.) Army 1953-55 Cpl.
Richard A. Gephardt (D-Mo.) Air National Guard 1965-71
Jim Gibbons (R-Nev.) Air Force 1967-71 Col. Nev. Air National Guard
1975-95
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Vice Cmdr.
Wayne T. Gilchrest (R-Md.) Marine Corps 1964-68 Sgt.
Paul E. Gillmor (R-Ohio) Air Force 1965-66 Capt.
Benjamin A. Gilman (R-N.Y.) Army 1943-45 Staff Sgt. N.Y. State Guard 1981-
present Col.
Charlie Gonzalez (D-Texas) Texas Air National Guard 1969-75 Tech Sgt.
Virgil H. Goode Jr. (D-Va.) Va. National Guard 1969-75
Bill Goodling (R-Pa.) Army 1946-48 Pfc.
Porter J. Goss (R-Fla.) Army 1960-62
Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) Air Force 1982-88; 1990 Air National Guard
1989-present Maj.
Ralph M. Hall (D-Texas) Navy 1942-45 Lt.
James V. Hansen (R-Utah) Navy 1952-54
Richard "Doc" Hastings (R-Wash.) Army Reserve 1964-69 Spec. 4
Van Hilleary (R-Tenn.) Air Force 1982-84 2nd Lt.
Air Force Reserve 1984-present Maj.
Maurice D. Hinchey (D - N.Y.) Navy 1956-59 Seaman
David L. Hobson (R-Ohio) Ohio Air National Guard 1958-63
Joseph M. Hoeffel III (D-Pa.) Army Reserve 1970-76 E-4
Steve Horn (R-Calif.) Army Reserve 1954-62 Spc.
Amo Houghton (R-N.Y.) Marine Corps 1945-46 Pfc.
Duncan Hunter (R-Calif.) Army 1969-71 Lt.
Henry J. Hyde (R-Ill.) Navy 1944-46 Ensign Naval Reserve 1946-68
William J. Jefferson (D-La.) Army 1969-75 Capt.
Bill Jenkins (R-Tenn.) Army 1060-62 Lt.
Sam Johnson (R-Texas) Air Force 1951-79 Col.
Walter B. Jones, Jr. (R-N.C.) N.C. National Guard 1967-71
Paul E. Kanjorski (D-Pa.) Army 1960-61
Peter T. King (R-N.Y.) National Guard 1968-73 Spec. 5
Jerry Kleczka (D-Wis.) Air National Guard 1963-69
Joe Knollenberg (R-Mich.) Army 1955-57 Cpl.
Jim Kolbe (R-Ariz.) Navy 1967-69
Steve Kuykendall (R-Calif.) Marine Corps 1968-73 Capt.
John J. LaFalce (D-N.Y.) Army 1965-67 Capt.
Ron Lewis (R-Ky.) Navy 1972
John Linder (R-Ga.) Air Force 1967-69 Capt.
William O. Lipinski (D-Ill.) Army Reserve 1961-67
Robert L. Livingston (R-La.) Navy 1961-63 Naval Reserve 1963-67
Ken Lucas (D-Ky.) Air Force 1955-57 Maj.Air National Guard 1957-67
Edward J. Markey (D-Mass.) Army Reserve 1968-73
Matthew G. Martinez (D-Calif.) Marine Corps 1947-50 Pfc.
Frank R. Mascara (D-Pa.) Army 1946-47 Pvt.
Bill McCollum (R-Fla.) Navy 1969-72 Naval Reserve 1972-92 Cmdr.
Jim McDermott (D-Wash.) Navy Medical Corps 1968-70 Lt. Cmdr.
Jack Metcalf (R-Wash.) Army 1946-47 Pvt.
Gary Miller (R-Calif.) Army 1967-68 Pvt.
Joe Moakley (D- Mass.) Navy 1943-46
Alan B. Mollohan (D- W. Va.) Army Reserve 1970-83 Capt.
Dennis Moore (D-Kan.) Army 1970 2nd Lt.
John P. Murtha (D- Pa.) Marine Corps 1952-55 Lt.
Marine Corps 1966-67 Maj.Marine Corps Reserve 1967-90 Col.
Charlie Norwood (R-Ga.) Army 1967-69 Capt.
Solomon P. Ortiz (D-Texas) Army 1060-62 Spc.
Ron Packard (R-Calif.) Navy Dental Corps 1957-59
Bill Pascrell Jr. (D-N.J.) Army 1961 E-5 Army Reserve 1962-67 E-5
Ron Paul (R-Texas) Air Force 1963-65 Capt.Air National Guard 1965-68 Capt.
Collin C. Peterson (D-Minn.) National Guard 1963-69 Staff Sgt.
John E. Peterson (R-Pa.) Army Reserve 1958-64 Spec. 2
Joseph R. Pitts (R-Pa.) Air Force 1963-69 Capt.
John Edward Porter (R-Ill.) Army Reserve 1958-64
Jim Ramstad (R-Minn.) Army Reserve 1968-74 1st Lt.
Charles Rangel (D-N.Y.) Army 1948-52 Staff Sgt.
Ralph Regula (R-Ohio) Navy 1944-46 Seaman
Silvestre Reyes (D-Texas) Army 1966-68 Sgt.
Thomas M. Reynolds (R-N.Y.) Air National Guard Sgt.
Harold Rogers (R-Ky.) National Guard 1957-64
Bobby L. Rush (D-Ill.) Army 1963-68 Pvt.
Robert C. Scott (D-Va.) Army Reserve 1970-74 National Guard 1974-76
Jose E. Serrano (D-N.Y.) Army Medical Corps 1964-66
John Shadegg (R-Ariz.) National Guard 1969-75
Donald L. Sherwood (R-Pa.) Army 1964-66 1st Lt.
John M. Shimkus (R-Ill.) Army 1980-85 Capt.
Bud Shuster (R-Pa.) Army 1954-56
Norman Sisisky (D-Va.) Navy 1945-46 Seaman, 1st Class
Joe Skeen (R-N.M.) Navy 1945-46 Air Force Reserve 1949-52
Nick Smith (R-Mich.) Air Force 1959-61 Capt.
Vic Snyder (D-Ark.) Marine Corps 1967-69 Cpl.
Floyd D. Spence (R-S.C.) Naval Reserve 1952-88 Capt. Navy 1952-54
John M. Spratt Jr. (D-S.C.) Army 1969-71 Capt.
Pete Stark (D-Calif.) Air Force 1955-57
Cliff Stearns (R-Fla.) Air Force 1963-67 Capt.
Bob Stump (R-Ariz.) Navy 1943-46
John Tanner (D-Tenn.) Navy 1968-72 Lt.National Guard 1974-present Lt. Col.
Gene Taylor (D-Miss.) Coast Guard Reserve 1971-84 E-6
Mike Thompson (D-Calif.) Army 1968-69 Sgt.
Edolphus Towns (D-N.Y.) Army 1956-58
Jim Turner (D-Texas) Army 1978 Capt.
Wes Watkins (R-Okla.) Okla. National Guard 1960-67 2nd Lt.
Dave Weldon (R-Fla.) Army Medical Corps 1981-87 Maj. Army Reserve 1987-92
Edward Whitfield (R-Ky.) Army Reserve 1967-73 Lt.
Roger Wicker (R-Miss.) Air Force 1976-80 Capt. Air Force Reserve
1980-present Lt. Col.
Heather A. Wilson (R-N.M.) Air Force 1978-89 Capt.
Frank R. Wolf (R-Va.) Army Reserve 1962-63 Enlisted
C.W. Bill Young (R-Fla.) National Guard 1948-57
Don Young (R-Alaska) Army 1955-57
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Ted Nugent: Patriot and Draft Dodger
ON MILITARY SERVICE
He claims that 30 days before his draft board physical, he stopped
all
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forms of personal hygiene. The last 10 days, he ingested nothing
but
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Vienna
sausages and Pepsi; and a week before his physical, he stopped using
bathrooms altogether, virtually living inside pants caked with his
own
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excrement, stained by his urine. That spectacle won Nugent a
deferment,
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he
says. "... but if I would have gone over there, I'd have been
killed,
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or
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I'd
have killed, or I'd killed all the hippies in the foxholes...I would
have
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killed everybody." - Detroit Free Press Magazine , July 15, 1990
at least he never said he "loathed" the military, or lied about what
they
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did on the battlefield.
Like Rumsfeld and Cheney did?
Cheney - deferral
Bush - hid inside air national guard until he could get out AWOL.
'nuff said.
Number of repub congress members with children serving in Iraq: 1.
%%%% That is 1 more than the democrats. :o)
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Senate: 25 Republicans, 17 Democrats
House: 83 Republicans, 53 Democrats
SENATE MEMBERS with MILITARY SERVICE
(106th CONGRESS)
Daniel K. Akaka (D-Hawaii) Army Corps of Engineers 1945-47
Jeff Bingaman (D-N.M.) Army Reserve 1968-74
Richard H. Bryan (D-Nev.) Army 1959-60 2nd Lt.
Conrad Burns (R-Mont.) Marine Corps 1955-57 Cpl.
Ben Nighthorse-Campbell (R- Colo.) 1951-53 Airman 2nd Class
John H. Chafee (R-R.I.) Marine Corps 1942-45 Capt.
Marine Corps 1951-52 Capt.
Max Cleland (D-Ga.) Army 1965-68 Capt.
Thad Cochran (R-Miss.) Navy 1959-61 Lt. j.g.
Paul Coverdell (R-Ga.) Army 1962-64 Capt.
Larry E. Craig (R-Idaho) Idaho National Guard 1971-73 E-3
Tom Daschle (D-S.D.) Air Force 1969-72 1st Lt.
Christopher J. Dodd (D-Conn.) Army Reserve 1969-75
Michael B. Enzi (R-Wyo.) Air National Guard 1968-73
Slade Gorton (R-Wash.) Army 1946-47, Air Force 1953-56
Air Force Reserve 1956-81 Col.
Chuck Hagel (R-Neb.) 1967-68 Sgt.
Tom Harkin (D-Iowa) Navy 1962-67 Lt.
Naval Reserve 1968-74 Lt. Cmdr.
Jesse Helms (R-N.C.) Navy 1942-45
Ernest F. Hollings (D-S.C.) Army 1942-45 Capt.
James M. Inhofe (R-Okla.) Army 1957-58 Pfc.
James M. Jeffords (R-Vt.) Navy 1956-59
Naval Reserve 1959-90 Capt.
Tim Johnson (D-S.D.) Army 1969
Edward M. Kennedy (D-Mass.) Army 1951-53 Pfc.
Bob Kerrey (D-Neb.) Navy 1966-69 Lt. j.g.
John Kerry (D-Mass.) Navy 1966-70 Lt.
Herb Kohl (D-Wis.) Army Reserve 1958-64
Frank R. Lautenberg (D-N.J.) Army 1942-46 Cpl.
Richard G. Lugar (R-Ind.) Navy 1957-60
John McCain (R-Ariz.) Navy 1958-81 Capt.
Daniel Patrick Moynihan (D-N.Y.) Navy 1944-47, Naval Reserve 1947-66
Frank H. Murkowski (R-Alaska) Coast Guard 1955-56
Don Nickles (R-Okla.) National Guard 1970-76
Jack Reed (D-R.I.) Army 1967-79 Capt.Army Reserve 1979-91
Charles S. Robb (D-Va.) Marine Corps 1961-70 Maj.,USMC Reserve 1970-91 Lt.
Col.
Pat Roberts (R-Kan.) Marine Corps 1958-62 Lt.
William V. Roth Jr. (R-Del.) Army 1943-46 Capt.
Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.) Army 1973 2nd Lt. Army Reserve 1973-86 Capt.
Robert C. Smith (R-N.H.) Navy 1965-67 Ensign
Arlen Specter (R-Pa.) Air Force 1951-53 1st Lt.
Ted Stevens (R-Alaska) Army Air Corps 1943-46 1st Lt.
Craig Thomas (R-Wyo.) Marine Corps 1955-59 Capt.
Strom Thurmond (R-S.C.) Army Reserve 1924-41, Army 1942-46 Lt. Col.Army
Reserve 1947-65
John W. Warner (R-Va.) Navy 1944-46 Marine Corps 1950-52 1st Lt.
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HOUSE MEMBERS with MILITARY SERVICE
(106th CONGRESS)
Bill Archer (R-Texas) Air Force 1951-53 Capt.
Spencer Bachus (R-Ala.) National Guard 1969-71
Cass Ballenger (R-N.C.) Naval Air Corps 1944-45 Aviation cadet
Bill Barrett (R-Neb.) Navy 1951-52
Herbert H. Bateman (R-Va.) Air Force 1951-53 1st Lt.
Doug Bereuter (R-Neb.) Army 1963-65 1st Lt.
Michael Bilirakis (R-Fla.) Air Force 1951-55
Tom Bliley (R-Va.) Navy 1952-55 Lt.
Sherwood Boehlert (R-N.Y.) Army 1956-58
John A. Boehner (R-Ohio) Navy 1968
David E. Bonior (D-Mich.) Air Force 1968-72 Staff Sgt.
Leonard L. Boswell (D-Iowa) Army 1956-76 Lt. Col.
Allen Boyd (D-Fla.) Army 1969-71 1st Lt.
George E. Brown Jr. (D-Calif.) Army 1942-46 2nd Lt.
Ed Bryant (R-Tenn.) Army 1970-78 Capt.
Dan Burton (R-Ind.) Army 1957-58 Army Reserve 1958-64
Steve Buyer (R-Ind.) Army Reserve 1980-84 Capt. Army 1984-87 Capt.Army
Reserve 1987-present
Sonny Callahan (R-Ala.) Navy 1952-54 Seaman
William L. Clay (D-Mo.) Army 1953-55
Bob Clement (D-Tenn.) Army 1969-71 Lt.National Guard 1971-present Col.
Howard Coble (R-N.C.) Coast Guard 1952-56 Capt.Coast Guard Reserve 1960-81
Capt.
Coast Guard 1977-78 Capt.
Mac Collins (R-Ga.) National Guard 1964-70 E4
John Conyers Jr. (D-Mich.) National Guard 1948-50 Army 1950-54 Army
Reserve 1954-57
John Cooksey (R-La.) Air Force 1967-69 Air National Guard 1969-72
William J. Coyne (D-Pa.) Army 1955-57 Spec. 3
Robert E. "Bud" Cramer (D-Ala.) Army 1972 2nd Lt. Army Reserve 1976-78
Capt.
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Philip M. Crane (R-Ill.) Army 1954-56 Cpl.
Randy "Duke" Cunningham (R-Calif.) Navy 1967-87 Cmdr.
Thomas M. Davis III (R-Va.) Army 1971-72 2nd Lt. National Guard 1972-79
Army Reserve 1972-79 1st Lt.
Nathan Deal (R-Ga.) Army 1966-68 Capt.
Peter A. DeFazio (D-Ore.) Air Force 1967-71 Lt.
Bill Delahunt (D-Mass.) Coast Guard 1963 Coast Guard Reserve 1963-71
John D. Dingell (D-Mich.) Army 1944-46 2nd Lt.
Julian C. Dixon (D-Calif.) Army 1957-60 Sgt.
John J. "Jimmy" Duncan Jr. (R-Tenn.) Tenn. Army National Guard
Army Reserve 1970-87 Capt.
Bob Etheridge (D-N.C.) Army 1965-67 E4
Lane Evans (D-Ill.) Marine Corps 1969-71 Lance Cpl.
Terry Everett (R-Ala.) Air Force 1955-59 Airman 1st Class
Thomas W. Ewing (R-Ill.) Army 1957 Spec. 4 Army Reserve 1957-63 Spec. 4
Ernie Fletcher (R-Ky.) Air Force 1974-80
Rodney Frelinghuysen (R-N.J.) Army 1969-71 Pvt.
Martin Frost (D-Texas) Army Reserve 1966-72
Greg Ganske (R-Iowa) Army Reserve 1986-present Lt. Col.
George W. Gekas (R-Pa.) Army 1953-55 Cpl.
Richard A. Gephardt (D-Mo.) Air National Guard 1965-71
Jim Gibbons (R-Nev.) Air Force 1967-71 Col. Nev. Air National Guard
1975-95
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Vice Cmdr.
Wayne T. Gilchrest (R-Md.) Marine Corps 1964-68 Sgt.
Paul E. Gillmor (R-Ohio) Air Force 1965-66 Capt.
Benjamin A. Gilman (R-N.Y.) Army 1943-45 Staff Sgt. N.Y. State Guard 1981-
present Col.
Charlie Gonzalez (D-Texas) Texas Air National Guard 1969-75 Tech Sgt.
Virgil H. Goode Jr. (D-Va.) Va. National Guard 1969-75
Bill Goodling (R-Pa.) Army 1946-48 Pfc.
Porter J. Goss (R-Fla.) Army 1960-62
Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) Air Force 1982-88; 1990 Air National Guard
1989-present Maj.
Ralph M. Hall (D-Texas) Navy 1942-45 Lt.
James V. Hansen (R-Utah) Navy 1952-54
Richard "Doc" Hastings (R-Wash.) Army Reserve 1964-69 Spec. 4
Van Hilleary (R-Tenn.) Air Force 1982-84 2nd Lt.
Air Force Reserve 1984-present Maj.
Maurice D. Hinchey (D - N.Y.) Navy 1956-59 Seaman
David L. Hobson (R-Ohio) Ohio Air National Guard 1958-63
Joseph M. Hoeffel III (D-Pa.) Army Reserve 1970-76 E-4
Steve Horn (R-Calif.) Army Reserve 1954-62 Spc.
Amo Houghton (R-N.Y.) Marine Corps 1945-46 Pfc.
Duncan Hunter (R-Calif.) Army 1969-71 Lt.
Henry J. Hyde (R-Ill.) Navy 1944-46 Ensign Naval Reserve 1946-68
William J. Jefferson (D-La.) Army 1969-75 Capt.
Bill Jenkins (R-Tenn.) Army 1060-62 Lt.
Sam Johnson (R-Texas) Air Force 1951-79 Col.
Walter B. Jones, Jr. (R-N.C.) N.C. National Guard 1967-71
Paul E. Kanjorski (D-Pa.) Army 1960-61
Peter T. King (R-N.Y.) National Guard 1968-73 Spec. 5
Jerry Kleczka (D-Wis.) Air National Guard 1963-69
Joe Knollenberg (R-Mich.) Army 1955-57 Cpl.
Jim Kolbe (R-Ariz.) Navy 1967-69
Steve Kuykendall (R-Calif.) Marine Corps 1968-73 Capt.
John J. LaFalce (D-N.Y.) Army 1965-67 Capt.
Ron Lewis (R-Ky.) Navy 1972
John Linder (R-Ga.) Air Force 1967-69 Capt.
William O. Lipinski (D-Ill.) Army Reserve 1961-67
Robert L. Livingston (R-La.) Navy 1961-63 Naval Reserve 1963-67
Ken Lucas (D-Ky.) Air Force 1955-57 Maj.Air National Guard 1957-67
Edward J. Markey (D-Mass.) Army Reserve 1968-73
Matthew G. Martinez (D-Calif.) Marine Corps 1947-50 Pfc.
Frank R. Mascara (D-Pa.) Army 1946-47 Pvt.
Bill McCollum (R-Fla.) Navy 1969-72 Naval Reserve 1972-92 Cmdr.
Jim McDermott (D-Wash.) Navy Medical Corps 1968-70 Lt. Cmdr.
Jack Metcalf (R-Wash.) Army 1946-47 Pvt.
Gary Miller (R-Calif.) Army 1967-68 Pvt.
Joe Moakley (D- Mass.) Navy 1943-46
Alan B. Mollohan (D- W. Va.) Army Reserve 1970-83 Capt.
Dennis Moore (D-Kan.) Army 1970 2nd Lt.
John P. Murtha (D- Pa.) Marine Corps 1952-55 Lt.
Marine Corps 1966-67 Maj.Marine Corps Reserve 1967-90 Col.
Charlie Norwood (R-Ga.) Army 1967-69 Capt.
Solomon P. Ortiz (D-Texas) Army 1060-62 Spc.
Ron Packard (R-Calif.) Navy Dental Corps 1957-59
Bill Pascrell Jr. (D-N.J.) Army 1961 E-5 Army Reserve 1962-67 E-5
Ron Paul (R-Texas) Air Force 1963-65 Capt.Air National Guard 1965-68 Capt.
Collin C. Peterson (D-Minn.) National Guard 1963-69 Staff Sgt.
John E. Peterson (R-Pa.) Army Reserve 1958-64 Spec. 2
Joseph R. Pitts (R-Pa.) Air Force 1963-69 Capt.
John Edward Porter (R-Ill.) Army Reserve 1958-64
Jim Ramstad (R-Minn.) Army Reserve 1968-74 1st Lt.
Charles Rangel (D-N.Y.) Army 1948-52 Staff Sgt.
Ralph Regula (R-Ohio) Navy 1944-46 Seaman
Silvestre Reyes (D-Texas) Army 1966-68 Sgt.
Thomas M. Reynolds (R-N.Y.) Air National Guard Sgt.
Harold Rogers (R-Ky.) National Guard 1957-64
Bobby L. Rush (D-Ill.) Army 1963-68 Pvt.
Robert C. Scott (D-Va.) Army Reserve 1970-74 National Guard 1974-76
Jose E. Serrano (D-N.Y.) Army Medical Corps 1964-66
John Shadegg (R-Ariz.) National Guard 1969-75
Donald L. Sherwood (R-Pa.) Army 1964-66 1st Lt.
John M. Shimkus (R-Ill.) Army 1980-85 Capt.
Bud Shuster (R-Pa.) Army 1954-56
Norman Sisisky (D-Va.) Navy 1945-46 Seaman, 1st Class
Joe Skeen (R-N.M.) Navy 1945-46 Air Force Reserve 1949-52
Nick Smith (R-Mich.) Air Force 1959-61 Capt.
Vic Snyder (D-Ark.) Marine Corps 1967-69 Cpl.
Floyd D. Spence (R-S.C.) Naval Reserve 1952-88 Capt. Navy 1952-54
John M. Spratt Jr. (D-S.C.) Army 1969-71 Capt.
Pete Stark (D-Calif.) Air Force 1955-57
Cliff Stearns (R-Fla.) Air Force 1963-67 Capt.
Bob Stump (R-Ariz.) Navy 1943-46
John Tanner (D-Tenn.) Navy 1968-72 Lt.National Guard 1974-present Lt. Col.
Gene Taylor (D-Miss.) Coast Guard Reserve 1971-84 E-6
Mike Thompson (D-Calif.) Army 1968-69 Sgt.
Edolphus Towns (D-N.Y.) Army 1956-58
Jim Turner (D-Texas) Army 1978 Capt.
Wes Watkins (R-Okla.) Okla. National Guard 1960-67 2nd Lt.
Dave Weldon (R-Fla.) Army Medical Corps 1981-87 Maj. Army Reserve 1987-92
Edward Whitfield (R-Ky.) Army Reserve 1967-73 Lt.
Roger Wicker (R-Miss.) Air Force 1976-80 Capt. Air Force Reserve
1980-present Lt. Col.
Heather A. Wilson (R-N.M.) Air Force 1978-89 Capt.
Frank R. Wolf (R-Va.) Army Reserve 1962-63 Enlisted
C.W. Bill Young (R-Fla.) National Guard 1948-57
Don Young (R-Alaska) Army 1955-57
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Ted Nugent: Patriot and Draft Dodger
ON MILITARY SERVICE
He claims that 30 days before his draft board physical, he
stopped
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all
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forms of personal hygiene. The last 10 days, he ingested nothing
but
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Vienna
sausages and Pepsi; and a week before his physical, he stopped
using
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bathrooms altogether, virtually living inside pants caked with his
own
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Post by Michael
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excrement, stained by his urine. That spectacle won Nugent a
deferment,
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he
says. "... but if I would have gone over there, I'd have been
killed,
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or
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I'd
have killed, or I'd killed all the hippies in the foxholes...I
would
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have
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killed everybody." - Detroit Free Press Magazine , July 15, 1990
at least he never said he "loathed" the military, or lied about what
they
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did on the battlefield.
Like Rumsfeld and Cheney did?
Educating you partisan, misinformed, pick 'n choose fools is always a
Cheney - deferral
Bush - hid inside air national guard until he could get out AWOL.
'nuff said.
Number of repub congress members with children serving in Iraq: 1.
%%%% That is 1 more than the democrats. :o)
Your point?

Are you saying the repubs are as bad as the Democrats?

Aren't repubs supposed to be something better?
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Senate: 25 Republicans, 17 Democrats
House: 83 Republicans, 53 Democrats
SENATE MEMBERS with MILITARY SERVICE
(106th CONGRESS)
Daniel K. Akaka (D-Hawaii) Army Corps of Engineers 1945-47
Jeff Bingaman (D-N.M.) Army Reserve 1968-74
Richard H. Bryan (D-Nev.) Army 1959-60 2nd Lt.
Conrad Burns (R-Mont.) Marine Corps 1955-57 Cpl.
Ben Nighthorse-Campbell (R- Colo.) 1951-53 Airman 2nd Class
John H. Chafee (R-R.I.) Marine Corps 1942-45 Capt.
Marine Corps 1951-52 Capt.
Max Cleland (D-Ga.) Army 1965-68 Capt.
Thad Cochran (R-Miss.) Navy 1959-61 Lt. j.g.
Paul Coverdell (R-Ga.) Army 1962-64 Capt.
Larry E. Craig (R-Idaho) Idaho National Guard 1971-73 E-3
Tom Daschle (D-S.D.) Air Force 1969-72 1st Lt.
Christopher J. Dodd (D-Conn.) Army Reserve 1969-75
Michael B. Enzi (R-Wyo.) Air National Guard 1968-73
Slade Gorton (R-Wash.) Army 1946-47, Air Force 1953-56
Air Force Reserve 1956-81 Col.
Chuck Hagel (R-Neb.) 1967-68 Sgt.
Tom Harkin (D-Iowa) Navy 1962-67 Lt.
Naval Reserve 1968-74 Lt. Cmdr.
Jesse Helms (R-N.C.) Navy 1942-45
Ernest F. Hollings (D-S.C.) Army 1942-45 Capt.
James M. Inhofe (R-Okla.) Army 1957-58 Pfc.
James M. Jeffords (R-Vt.) Navy 1956-59
Naval Reserve 1959-90 Capt.
Tim Johnson (D-S.D.) Army 1969
Edward M. Kennedy (D-Mass.) Army 1951-53 Pfc.
Bob Kerrey (D-Neb.) Navy 1966-69 Lt. j.g.
John Kerry (D-Mass.) Navy 1966-70 Lt.
Herb Kohl (D-Wis.) Army Reserve 1958-64
Frank R. Lautenberg (D-N.J.) Army 1942-46 Cpl.
Richard G. Lugar (R-Ind.) Navy 1957-60
John McCain (R-Ariz.) Navy 1958-81 Capt.
Daniel Patrick Moynihan (D-N.Y.) Navy 1944-47, Naval Reserve 1947-66
Frank H. Murkowski (R-Alaska) Coast Guard 1955-56
Don Nickles (R-Okla.) National Guard 1970-76
Jack Reed (D-R.I.) Army 1967-79 Capt.Army Reserve 1979-91
Charles S. Robb (D-Va.) Marine Corps 1961-70 Maj.,USMC Reserve 1970-91
Lt.
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Col.
Pat Roberts (R-Kan.) Marine Corps 1958-62 Lt.
William V. Roth Jr. (R-Del.) Army 1943-46 Capt.
Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.) Army 1973 2nd Lt. Army Reserve 1973-86 Capt.
Robert C. Smith (R-N.H.) Navy 1965-67 Ensign
Arlen Specter (R-Pa.) Air Force 1951-53 1st Lt.
Ted Stevens (R-Alaska) Army Air Corps 1943-46 1st Lt.
Craig Thomas (R-Wyo.) Marine Corps 1955-59 Capt.
Strom Thurmond (R-S.C.) Army Reserve 1924-41, Army 1942-46 Lt. Col.Army
Reserve 1947-65
John W. Warner (R-Va.) Navy 1944-46 Marine Corps 1950-52 1st Lt.
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HOUSE MEMBERS with MILITARY SERVICE
(106th CONGRESS)
Bill Archer (R-Texas) Air Force 1951-53 Capt.
Spencer Bachus (R-Ala.) National Guard 1969-71
Cass Ballenger (R-N.C.) Naval Air Corps 1944-45 Aviation cadet
Bill Barrett (R-Neb.) Navy 1951-52
Herbert H. Bateman (R-Va.) Air Force 1951-53 1st Lt.
Doug Bereuter (R-Neb.) Army 1963-65 1st Lt.
Michael Bilirakis (R-Fla.) Air Force 1951-55
Tom Bliley (R-Va.) Navy 1952-55 Lt.
Sherwood Boehlert (R-N.Y.) Army 1956-58
John A. Boehner (R-Ohio) Navy 1968
David E. Bonior (D-Mich.) Air Force 1968-72 Staff Sgt.
Leonard L. Boswell (D-Iowa) Army 1956-76 Lt. Col.
Allen Boyd (D-Fla.) Army 1969-71 1st Lt.
George E. Brown Jr. (D-Calif.) Army 1942-46 2nd Lt.
Ed Bryant (R-Tenn.) Army 1970-78 Capt.
Dan Burton (R-Ind.) Army 1957-58 Army Reserve 1958-64
Steve Buyer (R-Ind.) Army Reserve 1980-84 Capt. Army 1984-87 Capt.Army
Reserve 1987-present
Sonny Callahan (R-Ala.) Navy 1952-54 Seaman
William L. Clay (D-Mo.) Army 1953-55
Bob Clement (D-Tenn.) Army 1969-71 Lt.National Guard 1971-present Col.
Howard Coble (R-N.C.) Coast Guard 1952-56 Capt.Coast Guard Reserve
1960-81
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Capt.
Coast Guard 1977-78 Capt.
Mac Collins (R-Ga.) National Guard 1964-70 E4
John Conyers Jr. (D-Mich.) National Guard 1948-50 Army 1950-54 Army
Reserve 1954-57
John Cooksey (R-La.) Air Force 1967-69 Air National Guard 1969-72
William J. Coyne (D-Pa.) Army 1955-57 Spec. 3
Robert E. "Bud" Cramer (D-Ala.) Army 1972 2nd Lt. Army Reserve 1976-78
Capt.
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Philip M. Crane (R-Ill.) Army 1954-56 Cpl.
Randy "Duke" Cunningham (R-Calif.) Navy 1967-87 Cmdr.
Thomas M. Davis III (R-Va.) Army 1971-72 2nd Lt. National Guard 1972-79
Army Reserve 1972-79 1st Lt.
Nathan Deal (R-Ga.) Army 1966-68 Capt.
Peter A. DeFazio (D-Ore.) Air Force 1967-71 Lt.
Bill Delahunt (D-Mass.) Coast Guard 1963 Coast Guard Reserve 1963-71
John D. Dingell (D-Mich.) Army 1944-46 2nd Lt.
Julian C. Dixon (D-Calif.) Army 1957-60 Sgt.
John J. "Jimmy" Duncan Jr. (R-Tenn.) Tenn. Army National Guard
Army Reserve 1970-87 Capt.
Bob Etheridge (D-N.C.) Army 1965-67 E4
Lane Evans (D-Ill.) Marine Corps 1969-71 Lance Cpl.
Terry Everett (R-Ala.) Air Force 1955-59 Airman 1st Class
Thomas W. Ewing (R-Ill.) Army 1957 Spec. 4 Army Reserve 1957-63 Spec. 4
Ernie Fletcher (R-Ky.) Air Force 1974-80
Rodney Frelinghuysen (R-N.J.) Army 1969-71 Pvt.
Martin Frost (D-Texas) Army Reserve 1966-72
Greg Ganske (R-Iowa) Army Reserve 1986-present Lt. Col.
George W. Gekas (R-Pa.) Army 1953-55 Cpl.
Richard A. Gephardt (D-Mo.) Air National Guard 1965-71
Jim Gibbons (R-Nev.) Air Force 1967-71 Col. Nev. Air National Guard
1975-95
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Vice Cmdr.
Wayne T. Gilchrest (R-Md.) Marine Corps 1964-68 Sgt.
Paul E. Gillmor (R-Ohio) Air Force 1965-66 Capt.
Benjamin A. Gilman (R-N.Y.) Army 1943-45 Staff Sgt. N.Y. State Guard
1981-
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present Col.
Charlie Gonzalez (D-Texas) Texas Air National Guard 1969-75 Tech Sgt.
Virgil H. Goode Jr. (D-Va.) Va. National Guard 1969-75
Bill Goodling (R-Pa.) Army 1946-48 Pfc.
Porter J. Goss (R-Fla.) Army 1960-62
Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) Air Force 1982-88; 1990 Air National Guard
1989-present Maj.
Ralph M. Hall (D-Texas) Navy 1942-45 Lt.
James V. Hansen (R-Utah) Navy 1952-54
Richard "Doc" Hastings (R-Wash.) Army Reserve 1964-69 Spec. 4
Van Hilleary (R-Tenn.) Air Force 1982-84 2nd Lt.
Air Force Reserve 1984-present Maj.
Maurice D. Hinchey (D - N.Y.) Navy 1956-59 Seaman
David L. Hobson (R-Ohio) Ohio Air National Guard 1958-63
Joseph M. Hoeffel III (D-Pa.) Army Reserve 1970-76 E-4
Steve Horn (R-Calif.) Army Reserve 1954-62 Spc.
Amo Houghton (R-N.Y.) Marine Corps 1945-46 Pfc.
Duncan Hunter (R-Calif.) Army 1969-71 Lt.
Henry J. Hyde (R-Ill.) Navy 1944-46 Ensign Naval Reserve 1946-68
William J. Jefferson (D-La.) Army 1969-75 Capt.
Bill Jenkins (R-Tenn.) Army 1060-62 Lt.
Sam Johnson (R-Texas) Air Force 1951-79 Col.
Walter B. Jones, Jr. (R-N.C.) N.C. National Guard 1967-71
Paul E. Kanjorski (D-Pa.) Army 1960-61
Peter T. King (R-N.Y.) National Guard 1968-73 Spec. 5
Jerry Kleczka (D-Wis.) Air National Guard 1963-69
Joe Knollenberg (R-Mich.) Army 1955-57 Cpl.
Jim Kolbe (R-Ariz.) Navy 1967-69
Steve Kuykendall (R-Calif.) Marine Corps 1968-73 Capt.
John J. LaFalce (D-N.Y.) Army 1965-67 Capt.
Ron Lewis (R-Ky.) Navy 1972
John Linder (R-Ga.) Air Force 1967-69 Capt.
William O. Lipinski (D-Ill.) Army Reserve 1961-67
Robert L. Livingston (R-La.) Navy 1961-63 Naval Reserve 1963-67
Ken Lucas (D-Ky.) Air Force 1955-57 Maj.Air National Guard 1957-67
Edward J. Markey (D-Mass.) Army Reserve 1968-73
Matthew G. Martinez (D-Calif.) Marine Corps 1947-50 Pfc.
Frank R. Mascara (D-Pa.) Army 1946-47 Pvt.
Bill McCollum (R-Fla.) Navy 1969-72 Naval Reserve 1972-92 Cmdr.
Jim McDermott (D-Wash.) Navy Medical Corps 1968-70 Lt. Cmdr.
Jack Metcalf (R-Wash.) Army 1946-47 Pvt.
Gary Miller (R-Calif.) Army 1967-68 Pvt.
Joe Moakley (D- Mass.) Navy 1943-46
Alan B. Mollohan (D- W. Va.) Army Reserve 1970-83 Capt.
Dennis Moore (D-Kan.) Army 1970 2nd Lt.
John P. Murtha (D- Pa.) Marine Corps 1952-55 Lt.
Marine Corps 1966-67 Maj.Marine Corps Reserve 1967-90 Col.
Charlie Norwood (R-Ga.) Army 1967-69 Capt.
Solomon P. Ortiz (D-Texas) Army 1060-62 Spc.
Ron Packard (R-Calif.) Navy Dental Corps 1957-59
Bill Pascrell Jr. (D-N.J.) Army 1961 E-5 Army Reserve 1962-67 E-5
Ron Paul (R-Texas) Air Force 1963-65 Capt.Air National Guard 1965-68
Capt.
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Collin C. Peterson (D-Minn.) National Guard 1963-69 Staff Sgt.
John E. Peterson (R-Pa.) Army Reserve 1958-64 Spec. 2
Joseph R. Pitts (R-Pa.) Air Force 1963-69 Capt.
John Edward Porter (R-Ill.) Army Reserve 1958-64
Jim Ramstad (R-Minn.) Army Reserve 1968-74 1st Lt.
Charles Rangel (D-N.Y.) Army 1948-52 Staff Sgt.
Ralph Regula (R-Ohio) Navy 1944-46 Seaman
Silvestre Reyes (D-Texas) Army 1966-68 Sgt.
Thomas M. Reynolds (R-N.Y.) Air National Guard Sgt.
Harold Rogers (R-Ky.) National Guard 1957-64
Bobby L. Rush (D-Ill.) Army 1963-68 Pvt.
Robert C. Scott (D-Va.) Army Reserve 1970-74 National Guard 1974-76
Jose E. Serrano (D-N.Y.) Army Medical Corps 1964-66
John Shadegg (R-Ariz.) National Guard 1969-75
Donald L. Sherwood (R-Pa.) Army 1964-66 1st Lt.
John M. Shimkus (R-Ill.) Army 1980-85 Capt.
Bud Shuster (R-Pa.) Army 1954-56
Norman Sisisky (D-Va.) Navy 1945-46 Seaman, 1st Class
Joe Skeen (R-N.M.) Navy 1945-46 Air Force Reserve 1949-52
Nick Smith (R-Mich.) Air Force 1959-61 Capt.
Vic Snyder (D-Ark.) Marine Corps 1967-69 Cpl.
Floyd D. Spence (R-S.C.) Naval Reserve 1952-88 Capt. Navy 1952-54
John M. Spratt Jr. (D-S.C.) Army 1969-71 Capt.
Pete Stark (D-Calif.) Air Force 1955-57
Cliff Stearns (R-Fla.) Air Force 1963-67 Capt.
Bob Stump (R-Ariz.) Navy 1943-46
John Tanner (D-Tenn.) Navy 1968-72 Lt.National Guard 1974-present Lt.
Col.
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Gene Taylor (D-Miss.) Coast Guard Reserve 1971-84 E-6
Mike Thompson (D-Calif.) Army 1968-69 Sgt.
Edolphus Towns (D-N.Y.) Army 1956-58
Jim Turner (D-Texas) Army 1978 Capt.
Wes Watkins (R-Okla.) Okla. National Guard 1960-67 2nd Lt.
Dave Weldon (R-Fla.) Army Medical Corps 1981-87 Maj. Army Reserve
1987-92
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Edward Whitfield (R-Ky.) Army Reserve 1967-73 Lt.
Roger Wicker (R-Miss.) Air Force 1976-80 Capt. Air Force Reserve
1980-present Lt. Col.
Heather A. Wilson (R-N.M.) Air Force 1978-89 Capt.
Frank R. Wolf (R-Va.) Army Reserve 1962-63 Enlisted
C.W. Bill Young (R-Fla.) National Guard 1948-57
Don Young (R-Alaska) Army 1955-57
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Liman Jig Tacker
2005-02-09 03:46:59 UTC
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On Tue, 08 Feb 2005 20:40:28 GMT, "Michael"
Post by Michael
Post by Ran Endish
Ted Nugent: Patriot and Draft Dodger
ON MILITARY SERVICE
He claims that 30 days before his draft board physical, he stopped all
forms of personal hygiene. The last 10 days, he ingested nothing but Vienna
sausages and Pepsi; and a week before his physical, he stopped using
bathrooms altogether, virtually living inside pants caked with his own
excrement, stained by his urine. That spectacle won Nugent a deferment, he
says. "... but if I would have gone over there, I'd have been killed, or I'd
have killed, or I'd killed all the hippies in the foxholes...I would have
killed everybody." - Detroit Free Press Magazine , July 15, 1990
at least he never said he "loathed" the military, or lied about what they
did on the battlefield.
No, he just avoided the nastiness and let the children of the unwashed
classes fight his war. Just like GW Bush?

And how about Courtney Love giving him a bj when she was only 13?
Isn't that considered child abuse?
m***@astound.net
2005-02-10 01:04:06 UTC
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Post by Michael
Post by Ran Endish
Ted Nugent: Patriot and Draft Dodger
ON MILITARY SERVICE
He claims that 30 days before his draft board physical, he stopped all
forms of personal hygiene. The last 10 days, he ingested nothing
but
Post by Michael
Post by Ran Endish
Vienna
sausages and Pepsi; and a week before his physical, he stopped using
bathrooms altogether, virtually living inside pants caked with his own
excrement, stained by his urine. That spectacle won Nugent a
deferment,
Post by Michael
Post by Ran Endish
he
says. "... but if I would have gone over there, I'd have been
killed, or
Post by Michael
Post by Ran Endish
I'd
have killed, or I'd killed all the hippies in the foxholes...I would have
killed everybody." - Detroit Free Press Magazine , July 15, 1990
at least he never said he "loathed" the military, or lied about what they
did on the battlefield.
Well actually, by his actions he did.
m***@astound.net
2005-02-10 01:07:07 UTC
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Post by Michael
Post by Ran Endish
Ted Nugent: Patriot and Draft Dodger
ON MILITARY SERVICE
He claims that 30 days before his draft board physical, he stopped all
forms of personal hygiene. The last 10 days, he ingested nothing
but
Post by Michael
Post by Ran Endish
Vienna
sausages and Pepsi; and a week before his physical, he stopped using
bathrooms altogether, virtually living inside pants caked with his own
excrement, stained by his urine. That spectacle won Nugent a
deferment,
Post by Michael
Post by Ran Endish
he
says. "... but if I would have gone over there, I'd have been
killed, or
Post by Michael
Post by Ran Endish
I'd
have killed, or I'd killed all the hippies in the foxholes...I would have
killed everybody." - Detroit Free Press Magazine , July 15, 1990
at least he never said he "loathed" the military, or lied about what they
did on the battlefield.
Well actually, by his actions he did.
Cheeks
2005-02-10 20:03:32 UTC
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Post by Ran Endish
Post by Michael
Post by Ran Endish
Ted Nugent: Patriot and Draft Dodger
ON MILITARY SERVICE
He claims that 30 days before his draft board physical, he stopped
all
Post by Michael
Post by Ran Endish
forms of personal hygiene. The last 10 days, he ingested nothing
but
Post by Michael
Post by Ran Endish
Vienna
sausages and Pepsi; and a week before his physical, he stopped
using
Post by Michael
Post by Ran Endish
bathrooms altogether, virtually living inside pants caked with his
own
Post by Michael
Post by Ran Endish
excrement, stained by his urine. That spectacle won Nugent a
deferment,
Post by Michael
Post by Ran Endish
he
says. "... but if I would have gone over there, I'd have been
killed, or
Post by Michael
Post by Ran Endish
I'd
have killed, or I'd killed all the hippies in the foxholes...I
would have
Post by Michael
Post by Ran Endish
killed everybody." - Detroit Free Press Magazine , July 15, 1990
at least he never said he "loathed" the military, or lied about what
they
Post by Michael
did on the battlefield.
Well actually, by his actions he did.
Well actually, YOU are another goddam LIAR. He said
no such thing.

You're continuing to smear Limbaugh's excrement.
And sucking it up yourself.

I accuse you of being a cowardly little right wing
piece of human shit.

Deny it, you pathetic little worm.
--
MAKE THE PIE HIGHER
by George W. Bush

I think we all agree, the past is over.
This is still a dangerous world.
It's a world of madmen and uncertainty
and potential mental losses.

Rarely is the question asked
Is our children learning?
Will the highways of the Internet become more few?

How many hands have I shacked?
They misunderestimate me.
I am a pitbull on the pantleg of opportunity.

I know that the human being and the fish can coexist.
Families is where our nation finds hope, where
our wings take dream.

Put food on your family!
Knock down the tollbooth!
Vulcanize Society!
Make the pie higher! Make the pie higher!
Sir Marksman
2005-02-10 20:11:18 UTC
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I am SUCH a pitiful little shit eating Republican,
aren't I, Sir Marksman?
Oh look another troll.


---------

Abominations and LIEberals must be exposed!

Funny quote from Bill BaKKKer : I am an abomination and I can't stop antagonizing Sir Marksman!

Another funny quote from Bill BaKKKer: I can't stop SPAMMING and harassing other posters, because I have no life!

Note denial of facts from BaKKKer.

Watch Fascist Hatemonger and Bigot craig chilton aka james keegan antagonize!

"The modern definition of a racist: someone who is winning an argument with a liberal."
Peter Brimelow, Alien Nation (1996)

Disgusting quote from Craig Chilton "Just like all other good providers of abortion services, Tiller is
a true American HERO!" 02/08/05
lab~rat
2005-02-08 20:48:23 UTC
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Post by Ran Endish
Ted Nugent: Patriot and Draft Dodger
ON MILITARY SERVICE
He claims that 30 days before his draft board physical, he stopped all
forms of personal hygiene. The last 10 days, he ingested nothing but Vienna
sausages and Pepsi; and a week before his physical, he stopped using
bathrooms altogether, virtually living inside pants caked with his own
excrement, stained by his urine. That spectacle won Nugent a deferment, he
says. "... but if I would have gone over there, I'd have been killed, or I'd
have killed, or I'd killed all the hippies in the foxholes...I would have
killed everybody." - Detroit Free Press Magazine , July 15, 1990
I'm not so sure Nuge is Republican. You may wanna check your facts.

--
lab~rat >:-)
The less you care, the more it doesn't matter.
Mark D. Bass
2005-02-08 20:54:38 UTC
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Post by lab~rat
Post by Ran Endish
Ted Nugent: Patriot and Draft Dodger
ON MILITARY SERVICE
He claims that 30 days before his draft board physical, he stopped all
forms of personal hygiene. The last 10 days, he ingested nothing but Vienna
sausages and Pepsi; and a week before his physical, he stopped using
bathrooms altogether, virtually living inside pants caked with his own
excrement, stained by his urine. That spectacle won Nugent a deferment, he
says. "... but if I would have gone over there, I'd have been killed, or I'd
have killed, or I'd killed all the hippies in the foxholes...I would have
killed everybody." - Detroit Free Press Magazine , July 15, 1990
I'm not so sure Nuge is Republican. You may wanna check your facts.
Ted says he loves Dubya and Dubya's war in Iraq.
Post by lab~rat
--
lab~rat >:-)
The less you care, the more it doesn't matter.
johnny
2005-02-08 21:07:00 UTC
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Post by Mark D. Bass
Post by lab~rat
Post by Ran Endish
Ted Nugent: Patriot and Draft Dodger
ON MILITARY SERVICE
He claims that 30 days before his draft board physical, he stopped all
forms of personal hygiene. The last 10 days, he ingested nothing but Vienna
sausages and Pepsi; and a week before his physical, he stopped using
bathrooms altogether, virtually living inside pants caked with his own
excrement, stained by his urine. That spectacle won Nugent a deferment, he
says. "... but if I would have gone over there, I'd have been killed, or I'd
have killed, or I'd killed all the hippies in the foxholes...I would have
killed everybody." - Detroit Free Press Magazine , July 15, 1990
I'm not so sure Nuge is Republican. You may wanna check your facts.
Ted says he loves Dubya and Dubya's war in Iraq.
Ted also appears to have something akin to an orgasm when he's about to
shoot an animal. I saw it on a hunting show a few years back. It was a
completely creepy event beyond comparison.
Post by Mark D. Bass
Post by lab~rat
--
lab~rat >:-)
The less you care, the more it doesn't matter.
lab~rat
2005-02-08 21:20:46 UTC
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Post by Ran Endish
Post by Mark D. Bass
Post by lab~rat
Post by Ran Endish
Ted Nugent: Patriot and Draft Dodger
ON MILITARY SERVICE
He claims that 30 days before his draft board physical, he stopped
all
Post by Mark D. Bass
Post by lab~rat
Post by Ran Endish
forms of personal hygiene. The last 10 days, he ingested nothing
but Vienna
Post by Mark D. Bass
Post by lab~rat
Post by Ran Endish
sausages and Pepsi; and a week before his physical, he stopped
using
Post by Mark D. Bass
Post by lab~rat
Post by Ran Endish
bathrooms altogether, virtually living inside pants caked with his
own
Post by Mark D. Bass
Post by lab~rat
Post by Ran Endish
excrement, stained by his urine. That spectacle won Nugent a
deferment, he
Post by Mark D. Bass
Post by lab~rat
Post by Ran Endish
says. "... but if I would have gone over there, I'd have been
killed, or I'd
Post by Mark D. Bass
Post by lab~rat
Post by Ran Endish
have killed, or I'd killed all the hippies in the foxholes...I
would have
Post by Mark D. Bass
Post by lab~rat
Post by Ran Endish
killed everybody." - Detroit Free Press Magazine , July 15, 1990
I'm not so sure Nuge is Republican. You may wanna check your facts.
Ted says he loves Dubya and Dubya's war in Iraq.
Ted also appears to have something akin to an orgasm when he's about to
shoot an animal. I saw it on a hunting show a few years back. It was a
completely creepy event beyond comparison.
Democrats don't hunt?

--
lab~rat >:-)
The less you care, the more it doesn't matter.
McPickles
2005-02-08 21:36:01 UTC
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Post by lab~rat
Democrats don't hunt?
Only if it is a photo op.
johnny
2005-02-08 21:40:41 UTC
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Post by McPickles
Post by lab~rat
Democrats don't hunt?
Only if it is a photo op.
Bullshit - Kerry has been a hunter for a long time. Plus, he had the
guts to go to war. Bush only starts wars - and only needless ones at
that.
Michael
2005-02-08 21:42:31 UTC
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Post by johnny
Post by McPickles
Post by lab~rat
Democrats don't hunt?
Only if it is a photo op.
Bullshit - Kerry has been a hunter for a long time.
just like hillary has been a lifelong yankees fan. riiiiight.
--
"I know this story is true."
-Dan Rather, while digging his own grave
johnny
2005-02-08 21:48:28 UTC
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Post by Michael
Post by johnny
Post by McPickles
Post by lab~rat
Democrats don't hunt?
Only if it is a photo op.
Bullshit - Kerry has been a hunter for a long time.
just like hillary has been a lifelong yankees fan. riiiiight.
just like Bush is a real southerner. The lying, phony fuckwad was born
in Connecticut and went to Yale & Harvard.
Pookie
2005-02-08 22:51:33 UTC
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Post by johnny
Post by Michael
Post by johnny
Post by McPickles
Post by lab~rat
Democrats don't hunt?
Only if it is a photo op.
Bullshit - Kerry has been a hunter for a long time.
just like hillary has been a lifelong yankees fan. riiiiight.
just like Bush is a real southerner. The lying, phony fuckwad was born
in Connecticut and went to Yale & Harvard.
It's over, Johnny!!!

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johnny
2005-02-08 23:27:21 UTC
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Post by Pookie
Post by johnny
Post by Michael
Post by johnny
Post by McPickles
Post by lab~rat
Democrats don't hunt?
Only if it is a photo op.
Bullshit - Kerry has been a hunter for a long time.
just like hillary has been a lifelong yankees fan. riiiiight.
just like Bush is a real southerner. The lying, phony fuckwad was born
in Connecticut and went to Yale & Harvard.
It's over, Johnny!!!
No - Bush has a long way to go before he completely destroys this
country, but he is making significant progress.

http://www.whitehouse.org
Pookie
2005-02-09 00:26:05 UTC
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Post by johnny
Post by Pookie
Post by johnny
Post by Michael
Post by johnny
Post by McPickles
Post by lab~rat
Democrats don't hunt?
Only if it is a photo op.
Bullshit - Kerry has been a hunter for a long time.
just like hillary has been a lifelong yankees fan. riiiiight.
just like Bush is a real southerner. The lying, phony fuckwad was
born
Post by Pookie
Post by johnny
in Connecticut and went to Yale & Harvard.
It's over, Johnny!!!
No - Bush has a long way to go before he completely destroys this
country, but he is making significant progress.
No, it's over for you, Johnny & your fellow PEST-suffering Bush bashers...

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johnny
2005-02-09 13:34:09 UTC
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Post by Pookie
Post by johnny
Post by Pookie
Post by johnny
Post by Michael
Post by johnny
Post by McPickles
Post by lab~rat
Democrats don't hunt?
Only if it is a photo op.
Bullshit - Kerry has been a hunter for a long time.
just like hillary has been a lifelong yankees fan. riiiiight.
just like Bush is a real southerner. The lying, phony fuckwad was
born
Post by Pookie
Post by johnny
in Connecticut and went to Yale & Harvard.
It's over, Johnny!!!
No - Bush has a long way to go before he completely destroys this
country, but he is making significant progress.
No, it's over for you, Johnny & your fellow PEST-suffering Bush bashers...
You poor dumb SOB - you're even too dumb to realize that you're the
poster boy for all the idiots who are also way too stupid to know that
we're ALL getting fucked by Bush. The difference between us an you is
that you idiots stand up and cheer; "YES!! YES! FUCK US ALL HARDER MR.
BUSH!!!!
Pookie
2005-02-09 15:00:18 UTC
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Post by Pookie
Post by Pookie
Post by johnny
Post by Pookie
Post by johnny
Post by Michael
Post by johnny
Post by McPickles
Post by lab~rat
Democrats don't hunt?
Only if it is a photo op.
Bullshit - Kerry has been a hunter for a long time.
just like hillary has been a lifelong yankees fan. riiiiight.
just like Bush is a real southerner. The lying, phony fuckwad
was
Post by Pookie
Post by johnny
born
Post by Pookie
Post by johnny
in Connecticut and went to Yale & Harvard.
It's over, Johnny!!!
No - Bush has a long way to go before he completely destroys this
country, but he is making significant progress.
No, it's over for you, Johnny & your fellow PEST-suffering Bush
bashers...
You poor dumb SOB - you're even too dumb to realize that you're the
poster boy for all the idiots who are also way too stupid to know that
we're ALL getting fucked by Bush. The difference between us an you is
that you idiots stand up and cheer; "YES!! YES! FUCK US ALL HARDER MR.
BUSH!!!!
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David Moffitt
2005-02-09 00:11:31 UTC
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Post by johnny
Post by Michael
Post by johnny
Post by McPickles
Post by lab~rat
Democrats don't hunt?
Only if it is a photo op.
Bullshit - Kerry has been a hunter for a long time.
just like hillary has been a lifelong yankees fan. riiiiight.
just like Bush is a real southerner. The lying, phony fuckwad was born
in Connecticut
%%%% How long did he live in Connecticut? Inquiring minds want to know.

and went to Yale & Harvard.

%%%% Southerners can't go? I don't think anyone told Bubba you couldn't.
:o)
johnny
2005-02-09 13:57:32 UTC
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Post by David Moffitt
Post by johnny
Post by Michael
Post by johnny
Post by McPickles
Post by lab~rat
Democrats don't hunt?
Only if it is a photo op.
Bullshit - Kerry has been a hunter for a long time.
just like hillary has been a lifelong yankees fan. riiiiight.
just like Bush is a real southerner. The lying, phony fuckwad was born
in Connecticut
%%%% How long did he live in Connecticut? Inquiring minds want to know.
and went to Yale & Harvard.
%%%% Southerners can't go? I don't think anyone told Bubba you
couldn't.


The point is he's a complete phony, and classmates at Yale & Harvard
back in the 60's even called him that to his face whenever he turned on
his fake Texas accent.

The Bush family has been in New England for a long time. Bush's dad has
had the estate in Maine (that's in northern New England for all you
Bush voters) since forever. At least Bush's dad never adopted a
bullshit, fake Texas accent, even though he lived there for many years
and was even elected to congress from Texas.

Another hilarious aspect of this is a few years ago - a big sign
welcomed drivers on I-95 to New Haven Connecticut - "birthplace of
George W. Bush" - and the sign was vandalized so often, they finally
had to take it down!!LOL!!!
Michael
2005-02-09 14:04:21 UTC
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Post by johnny
Another hilarious aspect of this is a few years ago - a big sign
welcomed drivers on I-95 to New Haven Connecticut - "birthplace of
George W. Bush" - and the sign was vandalized so often, they finally
had to take it down!!LOL!!!
that's because places like connecticut have gone so far to the left they've
become a different type of "red" state.
--
"I know this story is true."
-Dan Rather, while digging his own grave
johnny
2005-02-09 14:58:40 UTC
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Post by johnny
Another hilarious aspect of this is a few years ago - a big sign
welcomed drivers on I-95 to New Haven Connecticut - "birthplace of
George W. Bush" - and the sign was vandalized so often, they
finally
Post by Michael
Post by johnny
had to take it down!!LOL!!!
that's because places like connecticut have gone so far to the left they've
become a different type of "red" state.
Your ignorance is funny. CT. has a Republican Governor (Jodi Rell - who
as Lt. Gov. had to replace the disgraced John Rowland - who BTW was a
VERY close friend of W's and the entire Bush family - they in fact used
to say they regarded Rowland just like another son - funny how they
don't say that anymore now that Rowland is heading to federal prison)

Waterbury CT. is infamous for Philip Giardonno, the former Republican
Mayor who was convicted of having sex with a pair of 10 year old girls.
No wonder Republicans are a dying breed around here. It will eventually
happen all around the country as all these Repugnut crooks are exposed
one by one.
lab~rat
2005-02-09 15:09:23 UTC
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Post by Michael
Post by johnny
Another hilarious aspect of this is a few years ago - a big sign
welcomed drivers on I-95 to New Haven Connecticut - "birthplace of
George W. Bush" - and the sign was vandalized so often, they
finally
Post by Michael
Post by johnny
had to take it down!!LOL!!!
that's because places like connecticut have gone so far to the left
they've
Post by Michael
become a different type of "red" state.
Your ignorance is funny. CT. has a Republican Governor (Jodi Rell - who
as Lt. Gov. had to replace the disgraced John Rowland - who BTW was a
VERY close friend of W's and the entire Bush family - they in fact used
to say they regarded Rowland just like another son - funny how they
don't say that anymore now that Rowland is heading to federal prison)
Waterbury CT. is infamous for Philip Giardonno, the former Republican
Mayor who was convicted of having sex with a pair of 10 year old girls.
No wonder Republicans are a dying breed around here. It will eventually
happen all around the country as all these Repugnut crooks are exposed
one by one.
Opposed to the other kinds of political crooks?

--
lab~rat >:-)
The less you care, the more it doesn't matter.
Michael
2005-02-09 16:27:45 UTC
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Post by Michael
that's because places like connecticut have gone so far to the left
they've
Post by Michael
become a different type of "red" state.
Your ignorance is funny. CT. has a Republican Governor (Jodi Rell - who
as Lt. Gov. had to replace the disgraced John Rowland - who BTW was a
VERY close friend of W's and the entire Bush family - they in fact used
to say they regarded Rowland just like another son - funny how they
don't say that anymore now that Rowland is heading to federal prison)
so does vermont, who also elects an avowed socialist to the house every 2
years.
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-Dan Rather, while digging his own grave
lab~rat
2005-02-09 14:56:28 UTC
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Post by Michael
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Post by McPickles
Post by lab~rat
Democrats don't hunt?
Only if it is a photo op.
Bullshit - Kerry has been a hunter for a long time.
just like hillary has been a lifelong yankees fan. riiiiight.
just like Bush is a real southerner. The lying, phony fuckwad was
born
Post by David Moffitt
Post by johnny
in Connecticut
%%%% How long did he live in Connecticut? Inquiring minds want to
know.
Post by David Moffitt
and went to Yale & Harvard.
%%%% Southerners can't go? I don't think anyone told Bubba you
couldn't.
The point is he's a complete phony, and classmates at Yale & Harvard
back in the 60's even called him that to his face whenever he turned on
his fake Texas accent.
The Bush family has been in New England for a long time. Bush's dad has
had the estate in Maine (that's in northern New England for all you
Bush voters) since forever. At least Bush's dad never adopted a
bullshit, fake Texas accent, even though he lived there for many years
and was even elected to congress from Texas.
Another hilarious aspect of this is a few years ago - a big sign
welcomed drivers on I-95 to New Haven Connecticut - "birthplace of
George W. Bush" - and the sign was vandalized so often, they finally
had to take it down!!LOL!!!
I suppose those tolerant and upright liberals did that, huh?

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The less you care, the more it doesn't matter.
David Moffitt
2005-02-09 16:24:36 UTC
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Post by McPickles
Post by lab~rat
Democrats don't hunt?
Only if it is a photo op.
Bullshit - Kerry has been a hunter for a long time.
just like hillary has been a lifelong yankees fan. riiiiight.
just like Bush is a real southerner. The lying, phony fuckwad was
born
Post by David Moffitt
Post by johnny
in Connecticut
%%%% How long did he live in Connecticut? Inquiring minds want to
know.
Post by David Moffitt
and went to Yale & Harvard.
%%%% Southerners can't go? I don't think anyone told Bubba you
couldn't.
The point is he's a complete phony, and classmates at Yale & Harvard
back in the 60's even called him that to his face whenever he turned on
his fake Texas accent.
The Bush family has been in New England for a long time.
%%%% I have a 1st generation Vietnamese/American co-worker that speaks with
a southern drawl. So what is your point?

Bush's dad has
Post by David Moffitt
had the estate in Maine (that's in northern New England for all you
Bush voters) since forever. At least Bush's dad never adopted a
bullshit, fake Texas accent,
%%%% Fake? I have a 1st generation Vietnamese/American co-worker that speaks
with a southern drawl. So what is your point?


even though he lived there for many years
Post by David Moffitt
and was even elected to congress from Texas.
%%%% You didn't answer the question: How long did he live in Connecticut?
Post by David Moffitt
Another hilarious aspect of this is a few years ago - a big sign
welcomed drivers on I-95 to New Haven Connecticut - "birthplace of
George W. Bush" - and the sign was vandalized so often, they finally
had to take it down!!LOL!!!
%%%% Yes those blue state people do have a problem with vandalism. Just look
at any subway or train in NYC. :o)
johnny
2005-02-09 16:53:11 UTC
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Post by Michael
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Post by McPickles
Post by lab~rat
Democrats don't hunt?
Only if it is a photo op.
Bullshit - Kerry has been a hunter for a long time.
just like hillary has been a lifelong yankees fan. riiiiight.
just like Bush is a real southerner. The lying, phony fuckwad was
born
Post by David Moffitt
Post by johnny
in Connecticut
%%%% How long did he live in Connecticut? Inquiring minds want to
know.
Post by David Moffitt
and went to Yale & Harvard.
%%%% Southerners can't go? I don't think anyone told Bubba you
couldn't.
The point is he's a complete phony, and classmates at Yale &
Harvard
Post by David Moffitt
Post by David Moffitt
back in the 60's even called him that to his face whenever he turned on
his fake Texas accent.
The Bush family has been in New England for a long time.
%%%% I have a 1st generation Vietnamese/American co-worker that speaks with
a southern drawl. So what is your point?
WTF does that have to do with Bush being a certified fraud?
Post by David Moffitt
Bush's dad has
Post by David Moffitt
had the estate in Maine (that's in northern New England for all you
Bush voters) since forever. At least Bush's dad never adopted a
bullshit, fake Texas accent,
%%%% Fake? I have a 1st generation Vietnamese/American co-worker that speaks
with a southern drawl. So what is your point?
That's right, "Fake" just like his classmates from college said back
then, when his Texas "accent" would magically come and go on demand.
Post by David Moffitt
even though he lived there for many years
Post by David Moffitt
and was even elected to congress from Texas.
%%%% You didn't answer the question: How long did he live in
Connecticut?


Why would that matter? He was born there, just like his dad - making
him a native of New England. If you support the scumbag, you should
already know enough about him to know how long he lived there.

BTW -he apparently thought his Yale & Harvard education would damage
his fake Texan status, (and his chances of ever getting elected) since
he would only refer to it vaguely in the 2000 campaign as having been
educated "back east".
Post by David Moffitt
Post by David Moffitt
Another hilarious aspect of this is a few years ago - a big sign
welcomed drivers on I-95 to New Haven Connecticut - "birthplace of
George W. Bush" - and the sign was vandalized so often, they
finally
Post by David Moffitt
Post by David Moffitt
had to take it down!!LOL!!!
%%%% Yes those blue state people do have a problem with vandalism. Just look
at any subway or train in NYC.
No, we just force signs that honor crooked SOB's to be removed.

And you obviously have not been to NYC in a long time. The subway cars
have been clean for nearly 20 years.
David Moffitt
2005-02-09 17:32:21 UTC
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Post by Michael
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Post by McPickles
Post by lab~rat
Democrats don't hunt?
Only if it is a photo op.
Bullshit - Kerry has been a hunter for a long time.
just like hillary has been a lifelong yankees fan. riiiiight.
just like Bush is a real southerner. The lying, phony fuckwad
was
Post by David Moffitt
Post by David Moffitt
born
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Post by johnny
in Connecticut
%%%% How long did he live in Connecticut? Inquiring minds want to
know.
Post by David Moffitt
and went to Yale & Harvard.
%%%% Southerners can't go? I don't think anyone told Bubba you
couldn't.
The point is he's a complete phony, and classmates at Yale &
Harvard
Post by David Moffitt
Post by David Moffitt
back in the 60's even called him that to his face whenever he
turned on
Post by David Moffitt
Post by David Moffitt
his fake Texas accent.
The Bush family has been in New England for a long time.
%%%% I have a 1st generation Vietnamese/American co-worker that
speaks with
Post by David Moffitt
a southern drawl. So what is your point?
WTF does that have to do with Bush being a certified fraud?
%%%% He speaks like a Texan because he spent 55 years of his life there.
Post by johnny
Post by David Moffitt
Bush's dad has
Post by David Moffitt
had the estate in Maine (that's in northern New England for all you
Bush voters) since forever. At least Bush's dad never adopted a
bullshit, fake Texas accent,
%%%% Fake? I have a 1st generation Vietnamese/American co-worker that
speaks
Post by David Moffitt
with a southern drawl. So what is your point?
That's right, "Fake" just like his classmates from college said back
then, when his Texas "accent" would magically come and go on demand.
%%%% I can change my southern drawl on demand also but that doean't change
the fact that is is natural.
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even though he lived there for many years
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and was even elected to congress from Texas.
%%%% You didn't answer the question: How long did he live in
Connecticut?
Why would that matter? He was born there, just like his dad - making
him a native of New England. If you support the scumbag, you should
already know enough about him to know how long he lived there.
%%%% I see your point. You are mad because he kicked liberal ass in the 2000
and 2004 election.
Post by johnny
BTW -he apparently thought his Yale & Harvard education would damage
his fake Texan status, (and his chances of ever getting elected) since
he would only refer to it vaguely in the 2000 campaign as having been
educated "back east".
%%%% (chuckle) He was elected President wasn't he. It worked better than
Gore being raised in Tennessee when he was born and raised and educated in
Washington DC.
Post by johnny
Post by David Moffitt
Post by David Moffitt
Another hilarious aspect of this is a few years ago - a big sign
welcomed drivers on I-95 to New Haven Connecticut - "birthplace of
George W. Bush" - and the sign was vandalized so often, they
finally
Post by David Moffitt
Post by David Moffitt
had to take it down!!LOL!!!
%%%% Yes those blue state people do have a problem with vandalism.
Just look
Post by David Moffitt
at any subway or train in NYC.
No, we just force signs that honor crooked SOB's to be removed.
And you obviously have not been to NYC in a long time. The subway cars
have been clean for nearly 20 years.
%%%% They were covered when I was there in Aug. 2003. :o)
johnny
2005-02-09 19:09:01 UTC
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Democrats don't hunt?
Only if it is a photo op.
Bullshit - Kerry has been a hunter for a long time.
just like hillary has been a lifelong yankees fan.
riiiiight.
Post by David Moffitt
Post by johnny
Post by David Moffitt
Post by David Moffitt
Post by David Moffitt
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just like Bush is a real southerner. The lying, phony fuckwad
was
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born
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in Connecticut
%%%% How long did he live in Connecticut? Inquiring minds want to
know.
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and went to Yale & Harvard.
%%%% Southerners can't go? I don't think anyone told Bubba you
couldn't.
The point is he's a complete phony, and classmates at Yale &
Harvard
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Post by David Moffitt
back in the 60's even called him that to his face whenever he
turned on
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Post by David Moffitt
his fake Texas accent.
The Bush family has been in New England for a long time.
%%%% I have a 1st generation Vietnamese/American co-worker that
speaks with
Post by David Moffitt
a southern drawl. So what is your point?
WTF does that have to do with Bush being a certified fraud?
%%%% He speaks like a Texan because he spent 55 years of his life there.
You nearly had it correct - He speaks like a Texan because he's a
certified fraud. I know it's difficult for you pathetic Bush apologists
to admit what he really is, just like you can't admit to any of his
many horrendous fuckups in office.
Post by David Moffitt
Post by johnny
Post by David Moffitt
Bush's dad has
Post by David Moffitt
had the estate in Maine (that's in northern New England for all you
Bush voters) since forever. At least Bush's dad never adopted a
bullshit, fake Texas accent,
%%%% Fake? I have a 1st generation Vietnamese/American co-worker that
speaks
Post by David Moffitt
with a southern drawl. So what is your point?
That's right, "Fake" just like his classmates from college said back
then, when his Texas "accent" would magically come and go on
demand.
Post by David Moffitt
%%%% I can change my southern drawl on demand also but that doean't change
the fact that is is natural.
And it doesn't change the fact that Bush is a fraud. BTW - were you
also born in New England and educated at Yale & Harvard like W?
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even though he lived there for many years
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and was even elected to congress from Texas.
%%%% You didn't answer the question: How long did he live in
Connecticut?
Why would that matter? He was born there, just like his dad - making
him a native of New England. If you support the scumbag, you should
already know enough about him to know how long he lived there.
%%%% I see your point. You are mad because he kicked liberal ass in the 2000
and 2004 election.
He kicked nothing. He just barely got in through the back door in 2000,
and had nearly half the country try to vote him out in '04 when there
wasn't even a strong challenger on the Dem ticket. You must be mad
because the sense of illegitimacy about his presidency is still very
strong.
Post by David Moffitt
Post by johnny
BTW -he apparently thought his Yale & Harvard education would damage
his fake Texan status, (and his chances of ever getting elected) since
he would only refer to it vaguely in the 2000 campaign as having been
educated "back east".
%%%% (chuckle) He was elected President wasn't he. It worked better than
Gore being raised in Tennessee when he was born and raised and educated in
Washington DC.
lol - at least Gore actually got something from his education, as
opposed our national embarrassment Bush, who routinely butchers the
English language without even trying.
Post by David Moffitt
Post by johnny
Post by David Moffitt
Post by David Moffitt
Another hilarious aspect of this is a few years ago - a big sign
welcomed drivers on I-95 to New Haven Connecticut - "birthplace of
George W. Bush" - and the sign was vandalized so often, they
finally
Post by David Moffitt
Post by David Moffitt
had to take it down!!LOL!!!
%%%% Yes those blue state people do have a problem with
vandalism.
Post by David Moffitt
Post by johnny
Just look
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at any subway or train in NYC.
No, we just force signs that honor crooked SOB's to be removed.
And you obviously have not been to NYC in a long time. The subway cars
have been clean for nearly 20 years.
%%%% They were covered when I was there in Aug. 2003.
Then you're either FOS, (very likely) or you were not even in NYC,
(just as likely) or both (most likely).

I know the trains are clean because I work in the city and ride them
every day. Over the last 20 years, you might occasionally see a train
get marked up a little bit, but they always have it cleaned up faster
than Bush can say "mission accomplished".
David Moffitt
2005-02-09 21:34:15 UTC
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Democrats don't hunt?
Only if it is a photo op.
Bullshit - Kerry has been a hunter for a long time.
just like hillary has been a lifelong yankees fan.
riiiiight.
Post by David Moffitt
Post by johnny
Post by David Moffitt
Post by David Moffitt
Post by David Moffitt
Post by johnny
just like Bush is a real southerner. The lying, phony
fuckwad
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was
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born
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in Connecticut
%%%% How long did he live in Connecticut? Inquiring minds
want to
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Post by johnny
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know.
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and went to Yale & Harvard.
%%%% Southerners can't go? I don't think anyone told Bubba
you
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Post by johnny
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couldn't.
The point is he's a complete phony, and classmates at Yale &
Harvard
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back in the 60's even called him that to his face whenever he
turned on
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Post by David Moffitt
his fake Texas accent.
The Bush family has been in New England for a long time.
%%%% I have a 1st generation Vietnamese/American co-worker that
speaks with
Post by David Moffitt
a southern drawl. So what is your point?
WTF does that have to do with Bush being a certified fraud?
%%%% He speaks like a Texan because he spent 55 years of his life
there.
You nearly had it correct - He speaks like a Texan because he's a
certified fraud. I know it's difficult for you pathetic Bush apologists
to admit what he really is, just like you can't admit to any of his
many horrendous fuckups in office.
%%%% Ahhhhh the poor LOSER is upset. :o)
Post by Michael
Post by David Moffitt
Post by johnny
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Bush's dad has
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had the estate in Maine (that's in northern New England for all
you
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Post by johnny
Post by David Moffitt
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Bush voters) since forever. At least Bush's dad never adopted a
bullshit, fake Texas accent,
%%%% Fake? I have a 1st generation Vietnamese/American co-worker
that
Post by David Moffitt
Post by johnny
speaks
Post by David Moffitt
with a southern drawl. So what is your point?
That's right, "Fake" just like his classmates from college said
back
Post by David Moffitt
Post by johnny
then, when his Texas "accent" would magically come and go on
demand.
Post by David Moffitt
%%%% I can change my southern drawl on demand also but that doean't
change
Post by David Moffitt
the fact that is is natural.
And it doesn't change the fact that Bush is a fraud. BTW - were you
also born in New England and educated at Yale & Harvard like W?
%%%% No but I was born in Michigan and speak with a 55 year old southern
drawl.
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even though he lived there for many years
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and was even elected to congress from Texas.
%%%% You didn't answer the question: How long did he live in
Connecticut?
Why would that matter? He was born there, just like his dad -
making
Post by David Moffitt
Post by johnny
him a native of New England. If you support the scumbag, you should
already know enough about him to know how long he lived there.
%%%% I see your point. You are mad because he kicked liberal ass in
the 2000
Post by David Moffitt
and 2004 election.
He kicked nothing.
%%%% Who did you say is President? :o)

He just barely got in through the back door in 2000,
Post by Michael
and had nearly half the country try to vote him out in '04
%%%% Over half voted him in. :o)

when there
Post by Michael
wasn't even a strong challenger on the Dem ticket.
%%%% True Kerry was a proven liar.

You must be mad
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because the sense of illegitimacy about his presidency is still very
strong.
%%%% I'm ROTFLMAO over the whining crying and gnashing of teeth coming from
the leftard. :o)
Post by Michael
Post by David Moffitt
Post by johnny
BTW -he apparently thought his Yale & Harvard education would
damage
Post by David Moffitt
Post by johnny
his fake Texan status, (and his chances of ever getting elected)
since
Post by David Moffitt
Post by johnny
he would only refer to it vaguely in the 2000 campaign as having
been
Post by David Moffitt
Post by johnny
educated "back east".
%%%% (chuckle) He was elected President wasn't he. It worked better
than
Post by David Moffitt
Gore being raised in Tennessee when he was born and raised and
educated in
Post by David Moffitt
Washington DC.
lol - at least Gore actually got something from his education,
%%%% Gore flunked out of college.

as
Post by Michael
opposed our national embarrassment Bush, who routinely butchers the
English language without even trying.
%%%% He has been elected President twice. Gore got fat and lost his job now
as a teacher.
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Post by David Moffitt
Post by johnny
Post by David Moffitt
Post by David Moffitt
Another hilarious aspect of this is a few years ago - a big
sign
Post by David Moffitt
Post by johnny
Post by David Moffitt
Post by David Moffitt
welcomed drivers on I-95 to New Haven Connecticut - "birthplace
of
Post by David Moffitt
Post by johnny
Post by David Moffitt
Post by David Moffitt
George W. Bush" - and the sign was vandalized so often, they
finally
Post by David Moffitt
Post by David Moffitt
had to take it down!!LOL!!!
%%%% Yes those blue state people do have a problem with
vandalism.
Post by David Moffitt
Post by johnny
Just look
Post by David Moffitt
at any subway or train in NYC.
No, we just force signs that honor crooked SOB's to be removed.
And you obviously have not been to NYC in a long time. The subway
cars
Post by David Moffitt
Post by johnny
have been clean for nearly 20 years.
%%%% They were covered when I was there in Aug. 2003.
Then you're either FOS, (very likely) or you were not even in NYC,
(just as likely) or both (most likely).
%%%% I was and it is a nasty place.
Post by Michael
I know the trains are clean because I work in the city and ride them
every day. Over the last 20 years, you might occasionally see a train
get marked up a little bit, but they always have it cleaned up faster
than Bush can say "mission accomplished".
%%%% You are so conditioned by the everyday filth you do not even see it.
Leave there for a short period and come back and then you will notice it.
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2005-02-10 00:51:22 UTC
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Democrats don't hunt?
Only if it is a photo op.
Bullshit - Kerry has been a hunter for a long time.
just like hillary has been a lifelong yankees fan.
riiiiight.
Post by David Moffitt
Post by johnny
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just like Bush is a real southerner. The lying, phony
fuckwad
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was
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born
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in Connecticut
%%%% How long did he live in Connecticut? Inquiring minds
want to
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know.
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and went to Yale & Harvard.
%%%% Southerners can't go? I don't think anyone told Bubba
you
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Post by johnny
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couldn't.
The point is he's a complete phony, and classmates at Yale &
Harvard
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back in the 60's even called him that to his face whenever he
turned on
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his fake Texas accent.
The Bush family has been in New England for a long time.
%%%% I have a 1st generation Vietnamese/American co-worker that
speaks with
Post by David Moffitt
a southern drawl. So what is your point?
WTF does that have to do with Bush being a certified fraud?
%%%% He speaks like a Texan because he spent 55 years of his life
there.
You nearly had it correct - He speaks like a Texan because he's a
certified fraud. I know it's difficult for you pathetic Bush apologists
to admit what he really is, just like you can't admit to any of his
many horrendous fuckups in office.
%%%% Ahhhhh the poor LOSER is upset. :o)
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Bush's dad has
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had the estate in Maine (that's in northern New England for all
you
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Bush voters) since forever. At least Bush's dad never adopted a
bullshit, fake Texas accent,
%%%% Fake? I have a 1st generation Vietnamese/American co-worker
that
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speaks
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with a southern drawl. So what is your point?
That's right, "Fake" just like his classmates from college said
back
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then, when his Texas "accent" would magically come and go on
demand.
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%%%% I can change my southern drawl on demand also but that doean't
change
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the fact that is is natural.
And it doesn't change the fact that Bush is a fraud. BTW - were you
also born in New England and educated at Yale & Harvard like W?
%%%% No but I was born in Michigan and speak with a 55 year old southern
drawl.
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even though he lived there for many years
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and was even elected to congress from Texas.
%%%% You didn't answer the question: How long did he live in
Connecticut?
Why would that matter? He was born there, just like his dad -
making
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him a native of New England. If you support the scumbag, you should
already know enough about him to know how long he lived there.
%%%% I see your point. You are mad because he kicked liberal ass in
the 2000
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and 2004 election.
He kicked nothing.
%%%% Who did you say is President? :o)
He just barely got in through the back door in 2000,
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and had nearly half the country try to vote him out in '04
%%%% Over half voted him in. :o)
when there
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wasn't even a strong challenger on the Dem ticket.
%%%% True Kerry was a proven liar.
You must be mad
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because the sense of illegitimacy about his presidency is still very
strong.
%%%% I'm ROTFLMAO over the whining crying and gnashing of teeth coming from
the leftard. :o)
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BTW -he apparently thought his Yale & Harvard education would
damage
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his fake Texan status, (and his chances of ever getting elected)
since
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he would only refer to it vaguely in the 2000 campaign as having
been
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educated "back east".
%%%% (chuckle) He was elected President wasn't he. It worked better
than
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Gore being raised in Tennessee when he was born and raised and
educated in
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Washington DC.
lol - at least Gore actually got something from his education,
%%%% Gore flunked out of college.
as
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opposed our national embarrassment Bush, who routinely butchers the
English language without even trying.
%%%% He has been elected President twice. Gore got fat and lost his job now
as a teacher.
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Another hilarious aspect of this is a few years ago - a big
sign
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welcomed drivers on I-95 to New Haven Connecticut - "birthplace
of
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George W. Bush" - and the sign was vandalized so often, they
finally
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had to take it down!!LOL!!!
%%%% Yes those blue state people do have a problem with
vandalism.
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Just look
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at any subway or train in NYC.
No, we just force signs that honor crooked SOB's to be removed.
And you obviously have not been to NYC in a long time. The subway
cars
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have been clean for nearly 20 years.
%%%% They were covered when I was there in Aug. 2003.
Then you're either FOS, (very likely) or you were not even in NYC,
(just as likely) or both (most likely).
%%%% I was and it is a nasty place.
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I know the trains are clean because I work in the city and ride them
every day. Over the last 20 years, you might occasionally see a train
get marked up a little bit, but they always have it cleaned up faster
than Bush can say "mission accomplished".
%%%% You are so conditioned by the everyday filth you do not even see it.
Leave there for a short period and come back and then you will notice it.
Muffin, are YOU (the poor loser) really upset?

I thought you sucked Nugent's cock, after all he's
a real man, with the guns and proclaiming himself
a Republican Turd and all.
--
MAKE THE PIE HIGHER
by George W. Bush

I think we all agree, the past is over.
This is still a dangerous world.
It's a world of madmen and uncertainty
and potential mental losses.

Rarely is the question asked
Is our children learning?
Will the highways of the Internet become more few?

How many hands have I shacked?
They misunderestimate me.
I am a pitbull on the pantleg of opportunity.

I know that the human being and the fish can coexist.
Families is where our nation finds hope, where
our wings take dream.

Put food on your family!
Knock down the tollbooth!
Vulcanize Society!
Make the pie higher! Make the pie higher!
David Moffitt
2005-02-10 01:50:49 UTC
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Democrats don't hunt?
Only if it is a photo op.
Bullshit - Kerry has been a hunter for a long time.
just like hillary has been a lifelong yankees fan.
riiiiight.
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just like Bush is a real southerner. The lying, phony
fuckwad
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was
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born
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in Connecticut
%%%% How long did he live in Connecticut? Inquiring minds
want to
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know.
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and went to Yale & Harvard.
%%%% Southerners can't go? I don't think anyone told Bubba
you
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couldn't.
The point is he's a complete phony, and classmates at Yale &
Harvard
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back in the 60's even called him that to his face whenever he
turned on
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his fake Texas accent.
The Bush family has been in New England for a long time.
%%%% I have a 1st generation Vietnamese/American co-worker that
speaks with
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a southern drawl. So what is your point?
WTF does that have to do with Bush being a certified fraud?
%%%% He speaks like a Texan because he spent 55 years of his life
there.
You nearly had it correct - He speaks like a Texan because he's a
certified fraud. I know it's difficult for you pathetic Bush apologists
to admit what he really is, just like you can't admit to any of his
many horrendous fuckups in office.
%%%% Ahhhhh the poor LOSER is upset. :o)
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Bush's dad has
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had the estate in Maine (that's in northern New England for all
you
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Bush voters) since forever. At least Bush's dad never adopted a
bullshit, fake Texas accent,
%%%% Fake? I have a 1st generation Vietnamese/American co-worker
that
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speaks
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with a southern drawl. So what is your point?
That's right, "Fake" just like his classmates from college said
back
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then, when his Texas "accent" would magically come and go on
demand.
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%%%% I can change my southern drawl on demand also but that doean't
change
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the fact that is is natural.
And it doesn't change the fact that Bush is a fraud. BTW - were you
also born in New England and educated at Yale & Harvard like W?
%%%% No but I was born in Michigan and speak with a 55 year old southern
drawl.
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even though he lived there for many years
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and was even elected to congress from Texas.
%%%% You didn't answer the question: How long did he live in
Connecticut?
Why would that matter? He was born there, just like his dad -
making
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him a native of New England. If you support the scumbag, you should
already know enough about him to know how long he lived there.
%%%% I see your point. You are mad because he kicked liberal ass in
the 2000
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and 2004 election.
He kicked nothing.
%%%% Who did you say is President? :o)
He just barely got in through the back door in 2000,
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and had nearly half the country try to vote him out in '04
%%%% Over half voted him in. :o)
when there
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wasn't even a strong challenger on the Dem ticket.
%%%% True Kerry was a proven liar.
You must be mad
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because the sense of illegitimacy about his presidency is still very
strong.
%%%% I'm ROTFLMAO over the whining crying and gnashing of teeth coming from
the leftard. :o)
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BTW -he apparently thought his Yale & Harvard education would
damage
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his fake Texan status, (and his chances of ever getting elected)
since
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he would only refer to it vaguely in the 2000 campaign as having
been
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educated "back east".
%%%% (chuckle) He was elected President wasn't he. It worked better
than
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Gore being raised in Tennessee when he was born and raised and
educated in
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Washington DC.
lol - at least Gore actually got something from his education,
%%%% Gore flunked out of college.
as
Post by Michael
opposed our national embarrassment Bush, who routinely butchers the
English language without even trying.
%%%% He has been elected President twice. Gore got fat and lost his job now
as a teacher.
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Another hilarious aspect of this is a few years ago - a big
sign
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welcomed drivers on I-95 to New Haven Connecticut - "birthplace
of
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George W. Bush" - and the sign was vandalized so often, they
finally
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had to take it down!!LOL!!!
%%%% Yes those blue state people do have a problem with
vandalism.
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Post by johnny
Just look
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at any subway or train in NYC.
No, we just force signs that honor crooked SOB's to be removed.
And you obviously have not been to NYC in a long time. The subway
cars
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have been clean for nearly 20 years.
%%%% They were covered when I was there in Aug. 2003.
Then you're either FOS, (very likely) or you were not even in NYC,
(just as likely) or both (most likely).
%%%% I was and it is a nasty place.
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I know the trains are clean because I work in the city and ride them
every day. Over the last 20 years, you might occasionally see a train
get marked up a little bit, but they always have it cleaned up faster
than Bush can say "mission accomplished".
%%%% You are so conditioned by the everyday filth you do not even see it.
Leave there for a short period and come back and then you will notice it.
Muffin, are YOU (the poor loser) really upset?
I thought you sucked Nugent's cock, after all he's
a real man, with the guns and proclaiming himself
a Republican Turd and all.
%%%% (snicker) There it is one true sign that a leftard has lost. He brings
his homoerotic fantasies into the discussion! :o)
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--
MAKE THE PIE HIGHER
by George W. Bush
I think we all agree, the past is over.
This is still a dangerous world.
It's a world of madmen and uncertainty
and potential mental losses.
Rarely is the question asked
Is our children learning?
Will the highways of the Internet become more few?
How many hands have I shacked?
They misunderestimate me.
I am a pitbull on the pantleg of opportunity.
I know that the human being and the fish can coexist.
Families is where our nation finds hope, where
our wings take dream.
Put food on your family!
Knock down the tollbooth!
Vulcanize Society!
Make the pie higher! Make the pie higher!
KK
2005-02-09 13:47:20 UTC
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Post by Michael
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Bullshit - Kerry has been a hunter for a long time.
just like hillary has been a lifelong yankees fan. riiiiight.
just like Bush is a real southerner. The lying, phony fuckwad was born
in Connecticut and went to Yale & Harvard.
Arguing about which politicians are fake is like arguing which prostitutes
really liked you for *you*.

None are genuine, all are calculating and undeserving of their power.
David Moffitt
2005-02-09 00:07:48 UTC
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Democrats don't hunt?
Only if it is a photo op.
Bullshit - Kerry has been a hunter for a long time.
%%%% If Kerry has been a hunter for a long time why did he have to buy a
hunting license and a shotgun to duck hunt for the photo-op? :o)


Plus, he had the
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guts to go to war. Bush only starts wars - and only needless ones at
that.
Ran Endish
2005-02-08 21:32:21 UTC
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Ted Nugent: Patriot and Draft Dodger
ON MILITARY SERVICE
He claims that 30 days before his draft board physical, he stopped
all
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forms of personal hygiene. The last 10 days, he ingested nothing
but Vienna
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sausages and Pepsi; and a week before his physical, he stopped
using
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bathrooms altogether, virtually living inside pants caked with his
own
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excrement, stained by his urine. That spectacle won Nugent a
deferment, he
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says. "... but if I would have gone over there, I'd have been
killed, or I'd
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have killed, or I'd killed all the hippies in the foxholes...I
would have
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killed everybody." - Detroit Free Press Magazine , July 15, 1990
I'm not so sure Nuge is Republican. You may wanna check your facts.
Ted says he loves Dubya and Dubya's war in Iraq.
Ted also appears to have something akin to an orgasm when he's about to
shoot an animal. I saw it on a hunting show a few years back. It was a
completely creepy event beyond comparison.
Democrats don't hunt?
What does this have to do with Nugent getting orgasmic over shooting an
animal?
HappyButcher
2005-02-08 21:50:31 UTC
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Nugent is an occasionally well spoken nut job. Plain and simple. If
he wasn't a (past) musical celebrity would ANYONE in the world give him
more credit than you would the rantings of a crazy man on the streets
of New york? Listen to him speak. His cute names for people (Al
Not-So-Sharpton, hoo hoo, thats clever), his ideas that no opinions
matter if they counter his, his blatant avoidance of questions when
they question his morals.
His ideas are fine in moderation, and he is right that America allows
him to have them, but for him to say everyone else who doesn't live
life the way he does is a moron, is as narrow minded as Nuge's take on
democrats.
He also wears his uso tours like a badge of honour on his sleeve. In
any interview, whenever anyone brings up the war and has any negative
opinion of it, he starts on (the same I might add) schpiel about how
many places he's been to help and support the troops, etc etc etc.
Charity isn't charity if you do it to promote yourself.
Without the millions and millions he's earned through life, his ideas
on life are as implementable as gene simmon's for the common man.
Roy Blankenship
2005-02-19 07:29:44 UTC
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Ted Nugent: Patriot and Draft Dodger
ON MILITARY SERVICE
He claims that 30 days before his draft board physical, he stopped
all
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forms of personal hygiene. The last 10 days, he ingested nothing
but Vienna
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sausages and Pepsi; and a week before his physical, he stopped
using
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bathrooms altogether, virtually living inside pants caked with his
own
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excrement, stained by his urine. That spectacle won Nugent a
deferment, he
Post by Mark D. Bass
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says. "... but if I would have gone over there, I'd have been
killed, or I'd
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have killed, or I'd killed all the hippies in the foxholes...I
would have
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killed everybody." - Detroit Free Press Magazine , July 15, 1990
I'm not so sure Nuge is Republican. You may wanna check your facts.
Ted says he loves Dubya and Dubya's war in Iraq.
Ted also appears to have something akin to an orgasm when he's about to
shoot an animal. I saw it on a hunting show a few years back. It was a
completely creepy event beyond comparison.
Democrats don't hunt?
What does this have to do with Nugent getting orgasmic over shooting an
animal?
Why do you think he calls himself "labrat"?
Michael
2005-02-08 21:41:25 UTC
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Ted says he loves Dubya and Dubya's war in Iraq.
Ted also appears to have something akin to an orgasm when he's about to
shoot an animal. I saw it on a hunting show a few years back. It was a
completely creepy event beyond comparison.
so's a partial birth abortion, but your side is in love with it.
--
"I know this story is true."
-Dan Rather, while digging his own grave
Ran Endish
2005-02-08 21:39:15 UTC
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Post by Michael
Post by johnny
Post by Mark D. Bass
Ted says he loves Dubya and Dubya's war in Iraq.
Ted also appears to have something akin to an orgasm when he's about to
shoot an animal. I saw it on a hunting show a few years back. It was a
completely creepy event beyond comparison.
so's a partial birth abortion, but your side is in love with it.
--
Well it does produce people like you so it must be good for something.
McPickles
2005-02-08 22:01:01 UTC
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Well it does produce people like you so it must be good for something.
After Birth abotion should be legal to take care of folks like you.
Sucking that much liberal dick must make your mouth sore. I won't even
ask about your ass.
johnny
2005-02-08 21:01:12 UTC
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Post by lab~rat
Post by Ran Endish
Ted Nugent: Patriot and Draft Dodger
ON MILITARY SERVICE
He claims that 30 days before his draft board physical, he stopped all
forms of personal hygiene. The last 10 days, he ingested nothing but Vienna
sausages and Pepsi; and a week before his physical, he stopped using
bathrooms altogether, virtually living inside pants caked with his own
excrement, stained by his urine. That spectacle won Nugent a
deferment, he
Post by lab~rat
Post by Ran Endish
says. "... but if I would have gone over there, I'd have been
killed, or I'd
Post by lab~rat
Post by Ran Endish
have killed, or I'd killed all the hippies in the foxholes...I would have
killed everybody." - Detroit Free Press Magazine , July 15, 1990
I'm not so sure Nuge is Republican. You may wanna check your facts.
you're correct - most Repugnuts are not nearly conservative enough
(read: not intolerant enough) for Nugent. Funny how back when he
actually had a music career (mid to late 70's) he never spouted off on
any of his Nazi-Tarzan political views. He knew his career would have
died that much quicker if he had.

He and Toby Keith are two of kind. Blowhard cowards who wrap themselves
in the flag to make a buck. Truly pathetic.
Post by lab~rat
--
lab~rat >:-)
The less you care, the more it doesn't matter.
lab~rat
2005-02-08 21:13:18 UTC
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Post by Ran Endish
Post by lab~rat
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Ted Nugent: Patriot and Draft Dodger
ON MILITARY SERVICE
He claims that 30 days before his draft board physical, he stopped
all
Post by lab~rat
Post by Ran Endish
forms of personal hygiene. The last 10 days, he ingested nothing
but Vienna
Post by lab~rat
Post by Ran Endish
sausages and Pepsi; and a week before his physical, he stopped using
bathrooms altogether, virtually living inside pants caked with his
own
Post by lab~rat
Post by Ran Endish
excrement, stained by his urine. That spectacle won Nugent a
deferment, he
Post by lab~rat
Post by Ran Endish
says. "... but if I would have gone over there, I'd have been
killed, or I'd
Post by lab~rat
Post by Ran Endish
have killed, or I'd killed all the hippies in the foxholes...I would
have
Post by lab~rat
Post by Ran Endish
killed everybody." - Detroit Free Press Magazine , July 15, 1990
I'm not so sure Nuge is Republican. You may wanna check your facts.
you're correct - most Repugnuts are not nearly conservative enough
(read: not intolerant enough) for Nugent. Funny how back when he
actually had a music career (mid to late 70's) he never spouted off on
any of his Nazi-Tarzan political views. He knew his career would have
died that much quicker if he had.
He and Toby Keith are two of kind. Blowhard cowards who wrap themselves
in the flag to make a buck. Truly pathetic.
He should run for President.

--
lab~rat >:-)
The less you care, the more it doesn't matter.
johnny
2005-02-08 21:28:49 UTC
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Post by lab~rat
Post by Ran Endish
Post by lab~rat
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Ted Nugent: Patriot and Draft Dodger
ON MILITARY SERVICE
He claims that 30 days before his draft board physical, he stopped
all
Post by lab~rat
Post by Ran Endish
forms of personal hygiene. The last 10 days, he ingested nothing
but Vienna
Post by lab~rat
Post by Ran Endish
sausages and Pepsi; and a week before his physical, he stopped using
bathrooms altogether, virtually living inside pants caked with his
own
Post by lab~rat
Post by Ran Endish
excrement, stained by his urine. That spectacle won Nugent a
deferment, he
Post by lab~rat
Post by Ran Endish
says. "... but if I would have gone over there, I'd have been
killed, or I'd
Post by lab~rat
Post by Ran Endish
have killed, or I'd killed all the hippies in the foxholes...I would
have
Post by lab~rat
Post by Ran Endish
killed everybody." - Detroit Free Press Magazine , July 15, 1990
I'm not so sure Nuge is Republican. You may wanna check your facts.
you're correct - most Repugnuts are not nearly conservative enough
(read: not intolerant enough) for Nugent. Funny how back when he
actually had a music career (mid to late 70's) he never spouted off on
any of his Nazi-Tarzan political views. He knew his career would have
died that much quicker if he had.
He and Toby Keith are two of kind. Blowhard cowards who wrap
themselves
Post by lab~rat
Post by Ran Endish
in the flag to make a buck. Truly pathetic.
He should run for President.
David Duke would make an appropriate running mate. His main campaign
slogan could be; "When I'm president, if you don't speak English, (and
that faggy British variety don't count!) a real American will be
allowed to shoot you on site."
Post by lab~rat
--
lab~rat >:-)
The less you care, the more it doesn't matter.
lab~rat
2005-02-08 21:36:38 UTC
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Post by Ran Endish
Post by lab~rat
Post by Ran Endish
Post by lab~rat
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Ted Nugent: Patriot and Draft Dodger
ON MILITARY SERVICE
He claims that 30 days before his draft board physical, he
stopped
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all
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forms of personal hygiene. The last 10 days, he ingested nothing
but Vienna
Post by lab~rat
Post by Ran Endish
sausages and Pepsi; and a week before his physical, he stopped
using
Post by lab~rat
Post by Ran Endish
Post by lab~rat
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bathrooms altogether, virtually living inside pants caked with
his
Post by lab~rat
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own
Post by lab~rat
Post by Ran Endish
excrement, stained by his urine. That spectacle won Nugent a
deferment, he
Post by lab~rat
Post by Ran Endish
says. "... but if I would have gone over there, I'd have been
killed, or I'd
Post by lab~rat
Post by Ran Endish
have killed, or I'd killed all the hippies in the foxholes...I
would
Post by lab~rat
Post by Ran Endish
have
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Post by Ran Endish
killed everybody." - Detroit Free Press Magazine , July 15, 1990
I'm not so sure Nuge is Republican. You may wanna check your
facts.
Post by lab~rat
Post by Ran Endish
you're correct - most Repugnuts are not nearly conservative enough
(read: not intolerant enough) for Nugent. Funny how back when he
actually had a music career (mid to late 70's) he never spouted off
on
Post by lab~rat
Post by Ran Endish
any of his Nazi-Tarzan political views. He knew his career would
have
Post by lab~rat
Post by Ran Endish
died that much quicker if he had.
He and Toby Keith are two of kind. Blowhard cowards who wrap
themselves
Post by lab~rat
Post by Ran Endish
in the flag to make a buck. Truly pathetic.
He should run for President.
David Duke would make an appropriate running mate. His main campaign
slogan could be; "When I'm president, if you don't speak English, (and
that faggy British variety don't count!) a real American will be
allowed to shoot you on site."
Haha. I guess asking someone to speak the language the constitution
and the declaration of ind. is written in is a lot to ask.

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johnny
2005-02-08 21:45:44 UTC
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Ted Nugent: Patriot and Draft Dodger
ON MILITARY SERVICE
He claims that 30 days before his draft board physical, he
stopped
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all
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forms of personal hygiene. The last 10 days, he ingested nothing
but Vienna
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sausages and Pepsi; and a week before his physical, he stopped
using
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bathrooms altogether, virtually living inside pants caked with
his
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own
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excrement, stained by his urine. That spectacle won Nugent a
deferment, he
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says. "... but if I would have gone over there, I'd have been
killed, or I'd
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have killed, or I'd killed all the hippies in the foxholes...I
would
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have
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killed everybody." - Detroit Free Press Magazine , July 15, 1990
I'm not so sure Nuge is Republican. You may wanna check your
facts.
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Post by Ran Endish
you're correct - most Repugnuts are not nearly conservative enough
(read: not intolerant enough) for Nugent. Funny how back when he
actually had a music career (mid to late 70's) he never spouted off
on
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any of his Nazi-Tarzan political views. He knew his career would
have
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died that much quicker if he had.
He and Toby Keith are two of kind. Blowhard cowards who wrap
themselves
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in the flag to make a buck. Truly pathetic.
He should run for President.
David Duke would make an appropriate running mate. His main campaign
slogan could be; "When I'm president, if you don't speak English, (and
that faggy British variety don't count!) a real American will be
allowed to shoot you on site."
Haha. I guess asking someone to speak the language the constitution
and the declaration of ind. is written in is a lot to ask.
Not the point. It sometimes takes a little time to learn a new
language, plus people sometimes just visit another country. Do you know
how to speak the language of every country you've ever visited, or
would like to visit?
Post by lab~rat
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David Moffitt
2005-02-09 00:09:26 UTC
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Ted Nugent: Patriot and Draft Dodger
ON MILITARY SERVICE
He claims that 30 days before his draft board physical, he
stopped
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all
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forms of personal hygiene. The last 10 days, he ingested
nothing
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but Vienna
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sausages and Pepsi; and a week before his physical, he stopped
using
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bathrooms altogether, virtually living inside pants caked with
his
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own
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excrement, stained by his urine. That spectacle won Nugent a
deferment, he
Post by lab~rat
Post by Ran Endish
says. "... but if I would have gone over there, I'd have been
killed, or I'd
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have killed, or I'd killed all the hippies in the foxholes...I
would
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have
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killed everybody." - Detroit Free Press Magazine , July 15,
1990
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I'm not so sure Nuge is Republican. You may wanna check your
facts.
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you're correct - most Repugnuts are not nearly conservative
enough
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(read: not intolerant enough) for Nugent. Funny how back when he
actually had a music career (mid to late 70's) he never spouted
off
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Post by Ran Endish
on
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Post by Ran Endish
any of his Nazi-Tarzan political views. He knew his career would
have
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Post by Ran Endish
died that much quicker if he had.
He and Toby Keith are two of kind. Blowhard cowards who wrap
themselves
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Post by Ran Endish
in the flag to make a buck. Truly pathetic.
He should run for President.
David Duke would make an appropriate running mate. His main campaign
slogan could be; "When I'm president, if you don't speak English,
(and
Post by lab~rat
Post by Ran Endish
that faggy British variety don't count!) a real American will be
allowed to shoot you on site."
Haha. I guess asking someone to speak the language the constitution
and the declaration of ind. is written in is a lot to ask.
Not the point. It sometimes takes a little time to learn a new
language, plus people sometimes just visit another country. Do you know
how to speak the language of every country you've ever visited, or
would like to visit?
%%%% Yes. :o)
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Post by lab~rat
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John Starrett
2005-02-09 00:37:43 UTC
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Post by johnny
Not the point. It sometimes takes a little time to learn a new
language, plus people sometimes just visit another country. Do you know
how to speak the language of every country you've ever visited, or
would like to visit?
%%%% Yes. :o)
So you have been to the US, I take it.

JS
David Moffitt
2005-02-09 00:51:11 UTC
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Not the point. It sometimes takes a little time to learn a new
language, plus people sometimes just visit another country. Do you know
how to speak the language of every country you've ever visited, or
would like to visit?
%%%% Yes. :o)
So you have been to the US, I take it.
%%%% I have been overseas also. The language is spoken in more places than
here.
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JS
John Starrett
2005-02-09 17:36:57 UTC
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Post by johnny
Not the point. It sometimes takes a little time to learn a new
language, plus people sometimes just visit another country. Do you know
how to speak the language of every country you've ever visited, or
would like to visit?
%%%% Yes. :o)
So you have been to the US, I take it.
%%%% I have been overseas also. The language is spoken in more places than
here.
The guy in the office next to mine is a Scotsman, and he claims to speak
English, but you wouldn't know from listening to him ;?)

John Starrett
David Moffitt
2005-02-09 18:04:01 UTC
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Not the point. It sometimes takes a little time to learn a new
language, plus people sometimes just visit another country. Do you know
how to speak the language of every country you've ever visited, or
would like to visit?
%%%% Yes. :o)
So you have been to the US, I take it.
%%%% I have been overseas also. The language is spoken in more places than
here.
The guy in the office next to mine is a Scotsman, and he claims to speak
English, but you wouldn't know from listening to him ;?)
John Starrett
%%%% We were able to communicate very well at Moffat Well Dumfriesshire,
Scotland (damn I'm a poet)
lab~rat
2005-02-09 14:43:06 UTC
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Haha. I guess asking someone to speak the language the constitution
and the declaration of ind. is written in is a lot to ask.
Not the point. It sometimes takes a little time to learn a new
language, plus people sometimes just visit another country. Do you know
how to speak the language of every country you've ever visited, or
would like to visit?
You clearly don't live in S. Florida.

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The less you care, the more it doesn't matter.
z
2005-02-08 21:50:11 UTC
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Haha. I guess asking someone to speak the language the constitution
and the declaration of ind. is written in is a lot to ask.
Haha, in the constitution and the declaration of ind. they don't let
their prepositions dangle alarmingly. Learn English.
KK
2005-02-09 13:50:43 UTC
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Post by lab~rat
Haha. I guess asking someone to speak the language the constitution
and the declaration of ind. is written in is a lot to ask.
Haha, in the constitution and the declaration of ind. they don't let
their prepositions dangle alarmingly. Learn English.
Oh, snap!
KK
2005-02-09 13:50:14 UTC
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Haha. I guess asking someone to speak the language the constitution
and the declaration of ind. is written in is a lot to ask
Actually, yeah, it is. What the fuck business is it of yours what
language someone chooses to speak?
lab~rat
2005-02-09 14:54:54 UTC
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Post by lab~rat
Haha. I guess asking someone to speak the language the constitution
and the declaration of ind. is written in is a lot to ask
Actually, yeah, it is. What the fuck business is it of yours what
language someone chooses to speak?
Live and do business in S. Florida and you'll quickly change your
tolerant perspective....

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KK
2005-02-09 15:57:22 UTC
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Post by KK
Actually, yeah, it is. What the fuck business is it of yours what
language someone chooses to speak?
Live and do business in S. Florida and you'll quickly change your
tolerant perspective....
Depends what you mean by 'tolerant'. If you think I meant that I'd never
be annoyed by being surrounded by people who don't speak any language I
speak, or that I couldn't be bothered by a place I consider my home to
change so dramatically that I had effectively become an outsider, then no
- of course those things would bother me.

But it could never, never be my moral or practical right to insist that
anyone else speak a language (or not speak a language) because *I* (or
anyone, or a majority of the people) want them to.
lab~rat
2005-02-09 17:03:29 UTC
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Post by lab~rat
Post by KK
Actually, yeah, it is. What the fuck business is it of yours what
language someone chooses to speak?
Live and do business in S. Florida and you'll quickly change your
tolerant perspective....
Depends what you mean by 'tolerant'. If you think I meant that I'd never
be annoyed by being surrounded by people who don't speak any language I
speak, or that I couldn't be bothered by a place I consider my home to
change so dramatically that I had effectively become an outsider, then no
- of course those things would bother me.
But it could never, never be my moral or practical right to insist that
anyone else speak a language (or not speak a language) because *I* (or
anyone, or a majority of the people) want them to.
So I suppose it is your opinion that we should have a separate court
for people who speak English, Spanish, Creole, Ebonics, etc?

--
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The less you care, the more it doesn't matter.
KK
2005-02-09 17:17:55 UTC
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Post by KK
But it could never, never be my moral or practical right to insist that
anyone else speak a language (or not speak a language) because *I* (or
anyone, or a majority of the people) want them to.
So I suppose it is your opinion that we should have a separate court
for people who speak English, Spanish, Creole, Ebonics, etc?
No, I have nothing against court in English. If someone don't want to
learn it, then they'll need to hire someone who can translate.
lab~rat
2005-02-09 17:44:03 UTC
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Post by lab~rat
Post by KK
But it could never, never be my moral or practical right to insist that
anyone else speak a language (or not speak a language) because *I* (or
anyone, or a majority of the people) want them to.
So I suppose it is your opinion that we should have a separate court
for people who speak English, Spanish, Creole, Ebonics, etc?
No, I have nothing against court in English. If someone don't want to
learn it, then they'll need to hire someone who can translate.
How about traffic signs? Where do you draw the line where someone has
to hire a translator? Billboards? Radio stations?

The thing is that they have tried to make English the official
language and it was fought by the Cubans.

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David Moffitt
2005-02-09 18:05:10 UTC
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Post by KK
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Post by KK
But it could never, never be my moral or practical right to insist that
anyone else speak a language (or not speak a language) because *I* (or
anyone, or a majority of the people) want them to.
So I suppose it is your opinion that we should have a separate court
for people who speak English, Spanish, Creole, Ebonics, etc?
No, I have nothing against court in English. If someone don't want to
learn it, then they'll need to hire someone who can translate.
How about traffic signs? Where do you draw the line where someone has
to hire a translator? Billboards? Radio stations?
%%%% The slashed circle works well.
Post by lab~rat
The thing is that they have tried to make English the official
language and it was fought by the Cubans.
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The less you care, the more it doesn't matter.
KK
2005-02-09 18:15:28 UTC
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How about traffic signs? Where do you draw the line where someone has
to hire a translator? Billboards? Radio stations?
Government needs an official language to do business in. Court, traffic
signs, etc. I don't think the U.S. Constitution needs an "English is the
official language" Amendment, but if some of the states don't want to
worry about a Spanish-speaking majority in a few years getting an
"official language is Spanish" law passed, they should think about it.

Billboards, radio stations, etc. are private property and their owners
shouldn't have any requirements whatsoever with regard to language.
Post by lab~rat
The thing is that they have tried to make English the official
language and it was fought by the Cubans.
Official language for what, the state of Florida? Have a state referendum
while you're still in the majority ;)
lab~rat
2005-02-09 18:22:00 UTC
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Post by lab~rat
The thing is that they have tried to make English the official
language and it was fought by the Cubans.
Official language for what, the state of Florida? Have a state referendum
while you're still in the majority ;)
Too late...

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The less you care, the more it doesn't matter.
z
2005-02-08 21:51:01 UTC
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He should run for President.
He should wrestle a grizzly, armed only with a knife. (I suppose Nugent
can have a knife too).
Rocinante
2005-02-08 21:48:36 UTC
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Post by Ran Endish
Ted Nugent: Patriot and Draft Dodger
ON MILITARY SERVICE
He claims that 30 days before his draft board physical, he stopped all
forms of personal hygiene. The last 10 days, he ingested nothing but Vienna
sausages and Pepsi; and a week before his physical, he stopped using
bathrooms altogether, virtually living inside pants caked with his own
excrement, stained by his urine. That spectacle won Nugent a deferment, he
says. "... but if I would have gone over there, I'd have been killed, or I'd
have killed, or I'd killed all the hippies in the foxholes...I would have
killed everybody." - Detroit Free Press Magazine , July 15, 1990
So, he is a smart Republican. What's the problem here?
johnny
2005-02-08 21:52:43 UTC
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Post by Ran Endish
Post by Ran Endish
Ted Nugent: Patriot and Draft Dodger
ON MILITARY SERVICE
He claims that 30 days before his draft board physical, he stopped all
forms of personal hygiene. The last 10 days, he ingested nothing
but
Post by Ran Endish
Vienna
Post by Ran Endish
sausages and Pepsi; and a week before his physical, he stopped using
bathrooms altogether, virtually living inside pants caked with his own
excrement, stained by his urine. That spectacle won Nugent a
deferment,
Post by Ran Endish
he
Post by Ran Endish
says. "... but if I would have gone over there, I'd have been
killed, or
Post by Ran Endish
I'd
Post by Ran Endish
have killed, or I'd killed all the hippies in the foxholes...I would have
killed everybody." - Detroit Free Press Magazine , July 15, 1990
So, he is a smart Republican. What's the problem here?
"smart Republican"? That's the quintessential definition of an
oxymoron.
Ran Endish
2005-02-08 22:15:15 UTC
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Post by Ran Endish
Post by Ran Endish
Ted Nugent: Patriot and Draft Dodger
ON MILITARY SERVICE
He claims that 30 days before his draft board physical, he stopped all
forms of personal hygiene. The last 10 days, he ingested nothing but
Vienna
Post by Ran Endish
sausages and Pepsi; and a week before his physical, he stopped using
bathrooms altogether, virtually living inside pants caked with his own
excrement, stained by his urine. That spectacle won Nugent a deferment,
he
Post by Ran Endish
says. "... but if I would have gone over there, I'd have been killed, or
I'd
Post by Ran Endish
have killed, or I'd killed all the hippies in the foxholes...I would have
killed everybody." - Detroit Free Press Magazine , July 15, 1990
So, he is a smart Republican. What's the problem here?
Yep typical chickenhawk just like the top levels of our government. Fits
right in.
Buckaroo Banzai
2005-02-08 23:23:18 UTC
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Post by Ran Endish
Ted Nugent: Patriot and Draft Dodger
ON MILITARY SERVICE
He claims that 30 days before his draft board physical, he stopped all
forms of personal hygiene. The last 10 days, he ingested nothing but Vienna
sausages and Pepsi; and a week before his physical, he stopped using
bathrooms altogether, virtually living inside pants caked with his own
excrement, stained by his urine. That spectacle won Nugent a deferment, he
says. "... but if I would have gone over there, I'd have been killed, or I'd
have killed, or I'd killed all the hippies in the foxholes...I would have
killed everybody." - Detroit Free Press Magazine , July 15, 1990
Well, if he went to get his physical and was rejected, you can't call him a
Draft Dodger, a coward sure, but not a draft dodger.
Ran Endish
2005-02-08 23:39:15 UTC
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1. draft dodger, draft evader -- (someone who is drafted and illegally
refuses to serve)
Post by Buckaroo Banzai
Post by Ran Endish
Ted Nugent: Patriot and Draft Dodger
ON MILITARY SERVICE
He claims that 30 days before his draft board physical, he stopped all
forms of personal hygiene. The last 10 days, he ingested nothing but Vienna
sausages and Pepsi; and a week before his physical, he stopped using
bathrooms altogether, virtually living inside pants caked with his own
excrement, stained by his urine. That spectacle won Nugent a deferment, he
says. "... but if I would have gone over there, I'd have been killed, or I'd
have killed, or I'd killed all the hippies in the foxholes...I would have
killed everybody." - Detroit Free Press Magazine , July 15, 1990
Well, if he went to get his physical and was rejected, you can't call him a
Draft Dodger, a coward sure, but not a draft dodger.
Fair and Balanced Hyco-Limbaugh Fart Detector
2005-02-09 00:26:48 UTC
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Post by Ran Endish
1. draft dodger, draft evader -- (someone who is drafted and illegally
refuses to serve)
So then, it would be wrong to call President Clinton "a draft dodger."
Post by Ran Endish
Post by Buckaroo Banzai
Post by Ran Endish
Ted Nugent: Patriot and Draft Dodger
ON MILITARY SERVICE
He claims that 30 days before his draft board physical, he stopped all
forms of personal hygiene. The last 10 days, he ingested nothing but Vienna
sausages and Pepsi; and a week before his physical, he stopped using
bathrooms altogether, virtually living inside pants caked with his own
excrement, stained by his urine. That spectacle won Nugent a deferment, he
says. "... but if I would have gone over there, I'd have been killed, or I'd
have killed, or I'd killed all the hippies in the foxholes...I would
have
Post by Buckaroo Banzai
Post by Ran Endish
killed everybody." - Detroit Free Press Magazine , July 15, 1990
Well, if he went to get his physical and was rejected, you can't call him
a
Post by Buckaroo Banzai
Draft Dodger, a coward sure, but not a draft dodger.
Fair and Balanced Hyco-Limbaugh Fart Detector
2005-02-09 00:25:50 UTC
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On Tue, 08 Feb 2005 23:23:18 GMT, "Buckaroo Banzai"
Post by Buckaroo Banzai
Post by Ran Endish
Ted Nugent: Patriot and Draft Dodger
ON MILITARY SERVICE
He claims that 30 days before his draft board physical, he stopped all
forms of personal hygiene. The last 10 days, he ingested nothing but Vienna
sausages and Pepsi; and a week before his physical, he stopped using
bathrooms altogether, virtually living inside pants caked with his own
excrement, stained by his urine. That spectacle won Nugent a deferment, he
says. "... but if I would have gone over there, I'd have been killed, or I'd
have killed, or I'd killed all the hippies in the foxholes...I would have
killed everybody." - Detroit Free Press Magazine , July 15, 1990
Well, if he went to get his physical and was rejected, you can't call him a
Draft Dodger, a coward sure, but not a draft dodger.
ummm.....why "CAN'T" you?

please explain why faking ineligibility by fraud in a draft physical
is anything but "draft dodging?"
Winston Smith
2005-02-09 01:37:04 UTC
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isn't this the same thing Springsteen did to get classified 4F
Post by Ran Endish
Ted Nugent: Patriot and Draft Dodger
ON MILITARY SERVICE
He claims that 30 days before his draft board physical, he stopped all
forms of personal hygiene. The last 10 days, he ingested nothing but Vienna
sausages and Pepsi; and a week before his physical, he stopped using
bathrooms altogether, virtually living inside pants caked with his own
excrement, stained by his urine. That spectacle won Nugent a deferment, he
says. "... but if I would have gone over there, I'd have been killed, or I'd
have killed, or I'd killed all the hippies in the foxholes...I would have
killed everybody." - Detroit Free Press Magazine , July 15, 1990
ronin
2005-02-09 01:56:02 UTC
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Post by Ran Endish
Ted Nugent: Patriot and Draft Dodger
ON MILITARY SERVICE
He claims that 30 days before his draft board physical, he stopped all
forms of personal hygiene. The last 10 days, he ingested nothing but Vienna
sausages and Pepsi; and a week before his physical, he stopped using
bathrooms altogether, virtually living inside pants caked with his own
excrement, stained by his urine. That spectacle won Nugent a deferment, he
says. "... but if I would have gone over there, I'd have been killed, or I'd
have killed, or I'd killed all the hippies in the foxholes...I would have
killed everybody." - Detroit Free Press Magazine , July 15, 1990
Wotta buncha creeps theses repubs call heroes...
Stevie
2005-02-09 03:28:47 UTC
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Post by Ran Endish
Ted Nugent: Patriot and Draft Dodger
ON MILITARY SERVICE
He claims that 30 days before his draft board physical, he stopped all
forms of personal hygiene. The last 10 days, he ingested nothing but Vienna
sausages and Pepsi; and a week before his physical, he stopped using
bathrooms altogether, virtually living inside pants caked with his own
excrement, stained by his urine. That spectacle won Nugent a deferment, he
says. "... but if I would have gone over there, I'd have been killed, or I'd
have killed, or I'd killed all the hippies in the foxholes...I would have
killed everybody." - Detroit Free Press Magazine , July 15, 1990
I like Ted but he is THE bullshitter supreme. No one actually believes that
Vienna/Pepsi story do they?
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