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Monday, November 26, 2007

The American World According to Buchanan. Where is He Wrong?


"America is in an existential crisis from which the nation may not survive."
Drudge
  • The U.S. Army is breaking and is too small to meet America’s global commitments.
  • The dollar has sunk to historic lows and is being abandoned by foreign governments.
  • U.S. manufacturing is being hollowed out.
  • The greatest invasion in history, from the Third World, is swamping the ethno-cultural core of the country, leading to Balkanization and the loss of the Southwest to Mexico.
  • The culture is collapsing and the nation is being deconstructed along the lines of race and class.
  • A fiscal crisis looms as the unfunded mandates of Social Security and Medicare remain unaddressed.

All these crises are hitting America at once -- a perfect storm of crises.
Specifically, Buchanan contends:

• Pax Americana, the era of U.S. global dominance, is over. A struggle for global hegemony has begun among the United States, China, a resurgent Russia and radical Islam

• Bush’s invasion of Iraq was a product of hubris and of ideology, a secular religion of “democratism,” to which Bush was converted in the days following 9/11

• Torn asunder by a culture war, America has now begun to break down along class, ethnic and racial lines.

• The greatest threat to U.S. sovereignty and independence is the scheme of a global elite to erase America’s borders and merge the USA, Mexico and Canada into a North American Union.

• Free trade is shipping jobs, factories and technology to China and plunging America into permanent dependency and unpayable debt. One of every six U.S. manufacturing jobs vanished under Bush

• “Sovereign Wealth Funds,” controlled by foreign regimes and stuffed with trillions of dollars from U.S. trade deficits, are buying up strategic corporate assets vital to America’s security

• As U.S. wages are stagnant, corporate CEOs are raking in rising pay and benefits 400 to 500 times that of their workers

• The Third World invasion through Mexico is a graver threat to our survival as one nation than anything happening in Afghanistan or Iraq

* European-Americans, 89% of the nation when JFK took the oath, are now 66% and sinking. Before 2050, America is a Third World nation

• By 2060, America will add 167 million people and 105 million immigrants will be here, triple the 37 million today.

• Hispanics will be over 100 million in 2050 and concentrated in a Southwest most Mexicans believe belongs to them

Buchanan’s Recommendations:

• A new foreign-defense policy that closes most of the 1000 bases overseas, reviews all alliances, and brings home U.S. troops

• A purge of neoconservative ideology and the “Cakewalk” crowd” from national power.

• To avert a second Cold War, the United States should “get out of Russia’s space and get out of Russia’s face,” and shut down all U.S. bases on the soil of the former Soviet Union

• To reach a cold peace in the culture war, Buchanan urges a return to federalism and the overthrow of our judicial dictatorship by Congressionally mandated restrictions on the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court.

• To end the trade deficits and save the dollar, Buchanan urges a Hamiltonian solution: a 20% Border Equity Tax on imports, with the $500 billion raised to be used to end taxation on American producers

• To prevent America becoming “a tangle of squabbling nationalities” Buchanan urges: No amnesty for the 12-20 million illegal aliens; a border fence from San Diego to Brownsville; Congressional declarations that children born to illegal aliens are not citizens and English is the language of the United States; and a “timeout” on all immigration.


52 comments:

  1. The U.S. Army is breaking and is too small to meet America’s global commitments.


    • Pax Americana, the era of U.S. global dominance, is over. A struggle for global hegemony has begun among the United States, China, a resurgent Russia and radical Islam.

    • Bush’s invasion of Iraq was a product of hubris and of ideology, a secular religion of “democratism,” to which Bush was converted in the days following 9/11

    Buchanan’s Recommendations:

    • A new foreign-defense policy that closes most of the 1000 bases overseas, reviews all alliances, and brings home U.S. troops



    • To avert a second Cold War, the United States should “get out of Russia’s space and get out of Russia’s face,” and shut down all U.S. bases on the soil of the former Soviet Union.

    Some of this sounds contradictory, and mutually exclusive. If a struggle for hegemony has begun, why get out of their face. If a struggle has begun, why close all the bases. If the army is too small to meet the 'commitments', why not build it up. Hard to argue with much of the rest of it.

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  2. And there is not a word in the above about nuclear power, or any other kind of power, so Pat flunks that part of the test.

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  3. And Pat of course has always wanted Israel to fend for itself, damn the consequences.

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  4. ... The framework Bush approved outlines broad principles, such as that both countries will support Iraq's economic institutions, and help its government train Iraqi security forces to provide stability for all Iraqis. Lute said "all major national leaders of the existing Iraqi government" have committed to it.

    "The basic message here should be clear: Iraq is increasingly able to stand on its own; that's very good news, but it won't have to stand alone," said Lute, who rarely holds televised briefings.

    He said it is too soon to tell what the "shape and size" of the U.S. military commitment will look like, including military bases.

    The Iraqi officials said that under the proposed formula, Iraq would get full responsibility for internal security and U.S. troops would relocate to bases outside the cities. Iraqi officials foresee a long-term presence of about 50,000 U.S. troops, down from the current figure of more than 160,000.
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    Associated Press Writer Qassim Abdul-Zahra in Baghdad contributed to this story.


    All the pre-described conditions of victory, fulflling themselves, about a year behind where we could have been, internal US politics could explain the delay.

    Johnnie comes marching home again, hoorah! hoorah!

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  5. Draw down through the Fall of '09, at the current rate, to about 75,000 troops that would be there, then drop to 50,000, right after the Iraqi Elections.

    The Elections Confirming US Victory.

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  6. Coal, bob, Coal

    That's the future.
    Electricity through King Coal.

    Coal has a constituency, the atom is alone.

    Villified as dangerous, or the Iranians could have their reactor.
    Like the Pakistani ...

    Dangerous thing, the peaceful atom.

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  7. Iraq Kurds defy Baghdad on oil deals
    16 hours ago

    ARBIL, Iraq (AFP) � The autonomous Kurdish regional government in northern Iraq defied Baghdad on Monday, vowing to sign more contracts with international oil firms despite the national government's opposition.

    "The (regional) government will continue with the contracts and they will be implemented," its prime minister Nechirvan Barzani said.

    "No one can cancel any contract of the KRG (Kurdistan regional government) signed with foreign companies," a defiant Barzani told reporters in the regional capital Arbil.

    Iraqi Oil Minister Hussain Shahristani has declared all oil contracts between the Kurdish administration and foreign companies null and void, saying they have been signed illegally in the absence of a national oil law.

    Barzani insisted the contracts are legal and fall within the provisions of the region's constitution.

    The Kurdish government has inked 15 exploration and export contracts with 20 international companies since it passed its own oil law in August, infuriating the Baghdad government.

    The regional government says the contracts will benefit all Iraqis as 85 percent of the returns from the deals will be for Iraq and the rest will go to the contractor.

    Iraq's oil and gas bill is stalled in the national parliament amid bitter differences between rival factions.

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  8. APNewsAlert
    11-26-2007 3:19 AM

    LAHORE, Pakistan (Associated Press) -- Former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif says he would not serve as premier under President Gen. Pervez Musharraf.

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  9. "Draw down through the Fall of '09, at the current rate, to about 75,000 troops that would be there, then drop to 50,000, right after the Iraqi Elections."

    You're pulling that outta your ass, Rat.

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  10. Watch and learn, madame.

    We'll be down to 100,000 at the 20Jan'09.

    Mr Gates says the plan is to continue to withdraw, based upon conditions, of course.

    Conditions will remain moderate, as each of the major players have been co-opted.

    Continue the withdrawal, at a Brigade a month, 3,000 troops, that will be the Status Que.

    By Nov of '09, we'll be down another 25,000 or so troops, from the January levels, to around 75,000.

    The Iraqi Elections will allow whomever is President to draw down further, reaching the 50,000 "presence" level, By March of '10.

    Per the "Plan" that will be announced by Mr Bush as his legacy.

    Totally reasonable

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  11. Which corresponds with General Jones August estimation of when the Irqi Security Forces would be "Ready". 18 to 24 months, in August of '07.

    April '09 through October '09, that is the targeted date of Iraqi readiness. Per General Jones and his committee's report.

    All the timelines coincide.

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  12. Applying the Cutler crystal ball (and leaving himself open to cheap shots):

    "The U.S. Army is breaking and is too small to meet America’s global commitments."

    True.

    "The greatest invasion in history, from the Third World, is swamping the ethno-cultural core of the country, leading to Balkanization and the loss of the Southwest to Mexico."

    Probably true, though the result would probably more likely be anarchy and ethnic conflict than outright losing the area to Mexico.

    "The culture is collapsing and the nation is being deconstructed along the lines of race and class."

    The second half is probably true.

    "A fiscal crisis looms as the unfunded mandates of Social Security and Medicare remain unaddressed."

    True.

    "• Pax Americana, the era of U.S. global dominance, is over.

    Not yet, but give it 50 years.

    "A struggle for global hegemony has begun among the United States, China, a resurgent Russia and radical Islam"

    Probably false - all have as many problems as we do, especially the latter two. We're more likely to see general global anarchy than another global hegemon - i.e. a return to the norm of human history.

    "• Torn asunder by a culture war, America has now begun to break down along class, ethnic and racial lines."

    Give it 50 years.

    "• The greatest threat to U.S. sovereignty and independence is the scheme of a global elite to erase America’s borders and merge the USA, Mexico and Canada into a North American Union."

    There is definitely leadership in both parties, suffering from EU-envy and seeing globalism as inevitably leading to increasing international rule, that is leaving this open as an option in the future. Not likely to succeed due to the aforementioned problems that will derail them. Also unclear whether they'd be able to carry out the decade-long deception that created the EU...the EU itself is likely to break apart anyway, destroying the model.

    Buchanan’s Recommendations:

    "• A new foreign-defense policy that closes most of the 1000 bases overseas, reviews all alliances, and brings home U.S. troops"

    "• To reach a cold peace in the culture war, Buchanan urges a return to federalism and the overthrow of our judicial dictatorship by Congressionally mandated restrictions on the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court."

    "• To prevent America becoming “a tangle of squabbling nationalities” Buchanan urges: No amnesty for the 12-20 million illegal aliens; a border fence from San Diego to Brownsville; Congressional declarations that children born to illegal aliens are not citizens and English is the language of the United States; and a “timeout” on all immigration."

    I could work with these three. Don't know enough about the others.

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  13. The North America Union is the natural progression of things.

    Because any "Fortress America" that does not contain the Mexican assets is foolish. Same with the Canadian.

    When one looks at the globe, the real divisions and chokepoints are pretty clear.

    The US cannot afford the 150 million Mexicans and Central Americans to fall further behind, economicly. That North America is a continental landmass a geographic fact. As the world divies up, we'll want Mexico on the North American team.

    Rather than against it.

    The idea that the Mexican culture will defeat the Anglo, not supported by scientific studies in Italy. As to whose culture will crater, first.

    Wal-Mart is on the march!

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  14. Pax Americana, the era of U.S. global dominance, is over. A struggle for global hegemony has begun among the United States, China, a resurgent Russia and radical Islam

    That's fine, we had global dominance since 1991 when the Soviet Union collapsed, and it didn't do us a whole hell of a lot of good. If China, Russia, or radical Islam wants to take a stab at it, the entrance fee is 12 Carrier Battle Groups, plus 60 years of tradition operating them.

    Torn asunder by a culture war, America has now begun to break down along class, ethnic and racial lines.

    That's amazing, coming from Pat, who isn't exactly Mr Melting Pot you know.

    The greatest threat to U.S. sovereignty and independence is the scheme of a global elite to erase America’s borders and merge the USA, Mexico and Canada into a North American Union.

    Who does he think will dominate such a union? Canada is that part of the US that extrudes 200 miles north of the 49th parallel. Half of Mexico is already here.

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  15. The economic and military build up of China is part of a Cold War strategy to deconstruct the Russian empire. We're riding the tiger in the hope it will eat the bear.

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  16. Per the "Plan" that will be announced by Mr Bush as his legacy.

    - Rat

    Oh my.

    You're counting on this?

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  17. "That's fine, we had global dominance since 1991 when the Soviet Union collapsed, and it didn't do us a whole hell of a lot of good. If China, Russia, or radical Islam wants to take a stab at it, the entrance fee is 12 Carrier Battle Groups, plus 60 years of tradition operating them."

    Well put, T.

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  18. Counting?

    nah, not counting on it.

    Don't have cause to keep a tally in that game any more. But when we look at the prospects, that is the course we're on, more or less.

    Couldn't get out much quicker, even if they wanted to.

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  19. Pat is on FOX, right now, Hannity and Holmes Show

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  20. • A new foreign-defense policy that closes most of the 1000 bases overseas, reviews all alliances, and brings home U.S. troops
    I could go along with that to a point.
    • A purge of neoconservative ideology and the “Cakewalk” crowd” from national power.
    They're already PNG, so...
    • To avert a second Cold War, the United States should “get out of Russia’s space and get out of Russia’s face,” and shut down all U.S. bases on the soil of the former Soviet Union.
    Putin no more wants a cold war with the US than we do with him but he does want the former satellites back within his sphere. According to Mark Steyn, (sorry Trish) in the coming years Russia's population will decline so precipitously that Siberia will be up for Chinese grabs. I think Putin is all about getting the energy money and building up Nationalist pride.
    • To reach a cold peace in the culture war, Buchanan urges a return to federalism and the overthrow of our judicial dictatorship by Congressionally mandated restrictions on the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court.
    I don't see how this will be a cause for peace in the Culture War but I like the principles.
    • To end the trade deficits and save the dollar, Buchanan urges a Hamiltonian solution: a 20% Border Equity Tax on imports, with the $500 billion raised to be used to end taxation on American producers
    Of course, this is contrary to everything we were taught about Smoot-Hawley and could ignite a trade war the likes of which we've never seen. I am also opposed to taxation in general preferring to let the market work. That's an est. $500 billion out of consumers' pockets. Never, ever give the politicians a tax increase. Ever.
    Sorry, I'd have to say "hell no" on that one.
    • To prevent America becoming “a tangle of squabbling nationalities” Buchanan urges: No amnesty for the 12-20 million illegal aliens; a border fence from San Diego to Brownsville; Congressional declarations that children born to illegal aliens are not citizens and English is the language of the United States; and a “timeout” on all immigration.
    I could live with that but I doubt that Mexico would survive it.

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  21. by Kevin O'Flynn
    President Vladimir Putin signed into law a code that will make it legal to own land.
    The code will allow Russians and foreigners to buy commercial and residential land (farmland is currently excluded). The Kremlin says this will hasten economic reform and attract more foreign investment. Critics say it will allow rich businessmen to buy up the country on the cheap.

    Though Russians have been able to buy buildings since the breakup of the Soviet Union 10 years ago, they have not been able to buy the land they are built on.

    Attempts to adopt a similar land code in another former Soviet state, Ukraine, led to Communist MPs storming out of parliament yesterday in protest at what they said was a rigged vote, Reuters reported from Kiev.

    The Ukrainian Communists said they would appeal to the constitutional court about the bill, voted through by a slim majority on Thursday.

    There has been no law allowing the sale of land in Russia since the Bolsheviks nationalised it after seizing power in 1917.

    But there have been unofficial sales of land, and the Russian government estimates that these cost it between 700 million and 1.4 billion pounds a year in lost taxes. [The Progress Report asks -- what sort of taxes, at what rate? Who made up these numbers, and why?]

    Sales are expected to begin in a month once a system to determine land values is worked out - but this timescale could prove optimistic.

    Attempts at land reform began seven years ago and have been marked by controversy.

    As in the Ukraine, fights broke out between deputies in Russia's parliament, the duma, earlier this year when the code was debated. Many ordinary people are afraid that the land sale will go the same way as the mass privatisations of the 1990s, which saw Russia's prime assets sold off cheaply to a few politically connected insiders.

    Farmland, which makes up the majority of Russia's land, is not yet for sale: a revolt in the duma in June forced the government to drop attempts to privatise agricultural land. But a separate bill is meant to reach the duma within months.
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    The Roosians would be well advised to get some real live land-owning farmers on that land, people who have a vested interest in making it work for themselves then their rural birthrate might actually rise, alcoholism decline, productivity increase and village life begin to bloom a little. But what do I know.

    They might even simply consider a national lottery of 500 acres each parcel. Your number comes up, its yours. Do with it what you will.

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  22. In Hospice Care, Longer Lives Mean Money Lost
    With patients living longer, the federal government is demanding that hospices exceeding reimbursement limits to repay hundreds of millions of dollars to Medicare.

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  23. "Who does he think will dominate such a union?"
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    The Democratically Elected Socialist Government.
    Who Else?
    Nirvana achieved!

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  24. That by the way, is the point, which seemingly, you miss.

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  25. I forgot:
    You say you will vote for Hillary.
    You WANT a socialist govt., the sooner the better!

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  26. It's a well know fact of life out here--drunks don't make good farmers.

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  27. "I could live with that but I doubt that Mexico would survive it."
    Whit

    Maybe so, but we better take the chance, as we might not well survive it.

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  28. Doug: You say you will vote for Hillary. You WANT a socialist govt., the sooner the better!

    Doesn't seem to be hurting the value of the Euro much.

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  29. SPECULATION SWIRLS AROUND JUSTICE KENNEDY IN 2ND AMENDMENT GUN CASE---
    CBS Correspondent Predicts Close Decision Over DC Gun Ban Case with
    Even more importantly he predicts that with Kennedy as the swing vote, most gun control will still be allowed. I assume that this isn't the same standard that Kennedy thinks applies to the first and fourth amendments.


    One of Justice Anthony Kennedy's law clerks, Orrin Kerr, recently predicted this precise scenario. After declaring that there is an individual right under the Second Amendment, "Kennedy will endorse a relatively deferential standard of review that will end up allowing a great deal of gun regulation," wrote Kerr.

    It matters what Kerr thinks about Kennedy because it matters what Kennedy thinks about the court. Almost certainly he will be the "5" if the gun case is decided, as most think it will be, through a 5-4 ruling. The litigants surely know this and so will cater their briefs to push the Swing Justice in one direction or the other. But will Kennedy, in the end, be willing to forge the compromise that ends that individual/collective "dichotomy" that Professor Cornell complains about? . . . . .


    Thanks to John Lazar for sending me this link.
    Labels: GunControl, SecondAmendment, SupremeCourt

    posted by John Lott at 9:21 PM

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  30. We elect Hillary and the Republicans just might remember their opposition to executive privilege.

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  31. At this point, Republicans deserve to get it good and hard,

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  32. The cure could be worse than the disease, like leaches and bleeding ...

    1.3 million barrels of Pemex crude, each and every day, 24/7/365.

    There is no need to go "cold turkey", just because we're "addicted".

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  33. Whit,

    I gotta tell ya, I'm right there with ya on that "HELL NO" to the border tax! Sheer foolishness that is.

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  34. "Which corresponds with General Jones August estimation of when the Irqi Security Forces would be "Ready". 18 to 24 months, in August of '07."

    Gen Jones wouldn't take the CENTCOM job offered him. Was rather explicit as to why.

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  35. "Doesn't seem to be hurting the value of the Euro much."
    ---
    Economic trends and cycles come and go:
    English healthcare is forever.

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  36. China Deal Gives Lift to Revival of Fission

    PARIS, Nov. 26 — Areva, the French nuclear power giant, signed the largest deal in the industry’s history Monday, with China’s leading nuclear power company.

    The agreement will bring both technology and much-needed energy to China, which has the world’s fastest-growing appetite for energy.

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  37. It's All Good!
    At the Shakti Industries foundry,
    “there are no accidents, never ever.
    Period,”
    Mr. Modi said.
    “By God’s will, it’s all fine.”

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  38. Hugh, here is the scoop on Huma.

    Sadly, much of the blogging on this topic has dealt with allegations of a lesbian affair, which I just don't care about it. HOWEVER, what I find interesting about Huma is that she must be a MB/Saudi troll. Her dad was an Islamic law professor before his death. Can't find his name on the web, but he died about a decade ago. Her mom is a "see, the Saudis aren't that bad to women!" type and a fairly major figure. I've heard rumors that she was Osama's high school teacher in Jeddah! Definitely from Jeddah, though, definitely pushing hard taqiyya.

    Here is their taqiyya org in the UK that several Abedin's are involved with. Haven't checked them all out, but they're generally bad news.

    http://www.imma.org.uk/editorialboard.htm

    This must be her brother ( on the editorial board above with Huma and her mom) who is quoted in this article on a Islamic college at Oxford, sponsored, by, you guessed it, Ruler of All Dhimmis.... Prince Charles! Also, Oxford was the center of pro-German British appeasement before and during WW2.

    Sorry, this isn't on FT website anymore, but I found it in cache.


    http://66.218.69.11/search/cache?ei=UTF-8&p=+
    Hassan+Abedin&y=Search&fr=yfp-t-501&u=
    www.ft.com/cms/s/3e9259a0-ceac-11db-b5c8-
    000b5df10621.html&w=hassan+abedin&d=XGJL0_L9Pmv
    A&icp=1&.intl=us

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  39. If you want to spend 10 minutes reading a lot of crap, read This

    Except for Robert, of course.

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  40. We won't go below 120K on Bush's watch. Do you believe, Rat, in the inevitability of a drawdowm?

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  41. I believe that the Election will force Bush's hand, to the 100,000 in Jan '09 the Mr Gates has previously mentioned.

    That they can claim success by doing so.

    Or the GOP will be a goner.

    Mr Lott, just gettin' while the gettin's good.

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  42. We're rather like the Greeks in that we're always predicting our own downfall.

    Of course we're like them in other ways as well.

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  43. Admit it, all of you.

    You adore the fight.

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  44. Demographics are solid things, Trish:
    You never have tried to address Europe's future given the demographics, unless they start kicking Muzzies out.
    A Majority of Muzzies is nothing to look forward to.
    Nor is this insane reverse Eugenics Policy on immigration here, whereby those with the least to offer the country have it all over those with the most.

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  45. I'm reading "Lord or Legend?: Wrestling with the Jesus Dilemma" Boyd and Eddy

    Kind of fight I love.

    I can't see that the Greeks were always predicting their own downfall. We'd be blind, willfully, if we didn't see some of the problems facing us.

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  46. Headlines:

    Iran Builds new long range missile.

    Saudi official refuses to shake Israeli hands.

    grrnite

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  47. This is thegroup that wanted to call the Iraq war the third quarter. Doesn't seem that worked out too well.

    Now Buchanan haters on the site want to castigate a man who has been far more correct over US interests than he has been wrong over the course of the past 20 years.

    He was the one who sounded the tocsin on illegal immigration and the mongrelization of the US...

    Your batting averages are officiall below the Mendoza line and sinking like the US dollar.

    Stop for a moment and breathe into a brown paper sack, it may help.

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  48. Seems, habu, that things are going as predicted, just a year later than could have been.

    Down to a troop presence of around 50,000, as we said.
    MITT proving it's worth, after you said it'd fail. You told us that only destruction of Iraqi and Iranian ifrastructure and populations would succeed.

    Still waiting for your predicted devestating US attack upon Iran. The one you told us that US success is dependent upon.

    You having less faith than the rest of us, in the chosen strategies of the US military.

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  49. DR: Mr Lott, just gettin' while the gettin's good.

    Mr Lott is getting out to become a lobbyist, and there's certain deleterious rules coming that will have an effect unless he changes jobs now.

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  50. It's interesting to see just how permeant memory has become in our everyday lives. It's like everywhere I turn, I see something with a card slot or USB jack, haha. I guess it makes sense though, considering how inexpensive memory has become lately...

    Ahhh... I shouldn't be complaining. I can't get through a day without using my R4 / R4i!

    (Submitted using Nintendo DS running [url=http://quizilla.teennick.com/stories/16129580/does-the-r4-or-r4i-work-with-the-new-ds]R4i[/url] TF3)

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