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Old 08-13-2004, 02:10 AM   #1
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Default A more "sensitive" war on terror

Wow. Well, I don't know what I was thinking! All along, John Kerry had the answer to fighting the war of our time... we'll fight it sensitive. I seriously can't believe he said this , I hope many of you take a good look at what your voting for this election.

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Old 08-13-2004, 02:11 AM   #2
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> Wow. Well, I don't know what I was thinking! All along, John
> Kerry had the answer to fighting the war of our time...
> we'll fight it sensitive. I seriously can't believe he said
> this , I hope many of you take a good look at what your
> voting for this election.
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Old 08-13-2004, 02:31 AM   #3
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Wow. A Bush supporter laughing about a politician saying something stupid. Now I've seen everything.

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Old 08-13-2004, 02:40 AM   #4
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> Wow. A Bush supporter laughing about a politician saying
> something stupid. Now I've seen everything.

This isn't a fumbled sentance, this is a stance on how a man wishing to be president plans on fighting for our future. Big difference.


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Old 08-13-2004, 02:42 AM   #5
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Default Re: A more "sensitive" war on terror

> Wow. Well, I don't know what I was thinking! All along, John
> Kerry had the answer to fighting the war of our time...
> we'll fight it sensitive. I seriously can't believe he said
> this , I hope many of you take a good look at what your
> voting for this election.
>

You know what's even more stupid? Fighting a war on an abstract concept.

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Old 08-13-2004, 02:45 AM   #6
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Default Re: A more "sensitive" war on terror

Except for, this isn't petty-- and I've never been a "one issue voter". Somebody saying they will fight a more thoughtful, more sensitive WAR should be raising questions for a man who wishes to lead this country against forces of terror. While I agree with you about the media flipping out over petty instances (like Arnold's cigar smoking and dating history) I don't see this as one of them.

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Old 08-13-2004, 02:45 AM   #7
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> This isn't a fumbled sentance, this is a stance on how a man
> wishing to be president plans on fighting for our future.
> Big difference.

Maybe you could explain what he meant by it, then. If he meant that he wanted to loosen up the patriot act so that it wasn't so fucking fascist, then I'm all for it. If he meant that he wasn't intending to blindly attack third-world countries with no proven links to terrorist groups, then it sounds reasonable to me. If he meant that he was going to consider international opinion before making a move, then he's probably using his head.

On the other hand, if he meant that he was going to be more sensitive to the terrorists themselves (something I highly doubt), then it's outrageous. I'd be willing to bet, however, that you don't know what he meant.

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Old 08-13-2004, 02:54 AM   #8
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> This isn't a fumbled sentance, this is a stance on how a man
> wishing to be president plans on fighting for our future.
> Big difference.

So intelligence is less important than how you push war?


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Old 08-13-2004, 02:59 AM   #9
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Maybe you could explain what he meant by it, then. If he meant that he wanted to loosen up the patriot act so that it wasn't so fucking fascist, then I'm all for it.

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For somebody who criticizes me for using the word "fascist" with the ACLU, I find it strange that you use it just as easily when you find something you disagree with.
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If he meant that he wasn't intending to blindly attack third-world countries with no proven links to terrorist groups, then it sounds reasonable to me.

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This is such spin the way you word this. "...to blindly attack third-world countries" like we dropped nuclear weapons on an innocent tribe. We actually removed a truly fascist dictator from power. We are liberating a country, giving other people (not just Americans) the freedom they deserve.
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If he meant that he was going to consider international opinion before making a move, then he's probably using his head.

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If by this you mean watching empty resolutions circulate and waiting for the approval of cowardly nations-- I'd certainly apply this to a sensitive, appeasing approach.

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On the other hand, if he meant that he was going to be more sensitive to the terrorists themselves (something I highly doubt), then it's outrageous. I'd be willing to bet, however, that you don't know what he meant.

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It's exactly that. It's exactly what I've been warning against since the beginning, and John Kerry, in his own speech, used the perfect word in describing how he would appease the enemy-- he would fight a sensitive war. You can say you knew what he meant, but I'm more concerned with what he said.

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Old 08-13-2004, 02:59 AM   #10
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> If he meant that he was going to
> consider international opinion before making a move, then
> he's probably using his head.

I just looked it up and it turns out this is what he meant. Here's the rest of the sentence:

"...more sensitive war on terror that reaches out to other nations and brings them to our side"

Gosh Danoz, it's odd that you didn't include the entire quote. I can't imagine why you'd want to take it out of context...

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