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Date: 01 May 2007 15:34:45
From: larry
Subject: The consequences of pulling out
Who thinks we will be able to leave Iraq with no dire consequences
right here in American cities? Who thinks that Al Queda would not use
Iraq as a training ground, applying Iranian and Syrian money to send
their suicide bombers to America--as they are doing now in Iraq? Who
will say that US cities will not become as dangerous as those in
Baghdad? Who will take responsibility when car and bus bombs close
or destroy American bridges and make driving through tunnels
foolhardy?

Larry




 
Date: 01 May 2007 20:29:08
From: annika1980
Subject: Re: The consequences of pulling out
On May 1, 7:55 pm, Colin Wilson <publ...@removethis.kyneton.net.au >
wrote:

>
> I struggled my way to an 81 on Saturday. My game is finally looking up
> just a little.

At least you are playing. I struggled through my first practice
bucket of the year today. Man, I was stiffer than Al Gore on Viagra.



 
Date: 01 May 2007 20:23:34
From: annika1980
Subject: Re: The consequences of pulling out
On May 1, 7:38 pm, larry <l...@delmardata.com > wrote:
>
> For the information of those not on Earth at the time, the 9/11 attack
> was the worst attack on America in history, killing more than Pearl
> Harbor in 1941.

And of course it had nothing to do with Iraq. Even your President has
admitted this, but today he once again tried to make the connection.
he's like the stupid kid in class that keeps making stupid
statements. Someone needs to tell him to sit down and shut up.



  
Date: 02 May 2007 12:00:41
From: Howard Brazee
Subject: Re: The consequences of pulling out
On 1 May 2007 20:23:34 -0700, annika1980 <annika1980@aol.com > wrote:

>> For the information of those not on Earth at the time, the 9/11 attack
>> was the worst attack on America in history, killing more than Pearl
>> Harbor in 1941.
>
>And of course it had nothing to do with Iraq. Even your President has
>admitted this, but today he once again tried to make the connection.
>he's like the stupid kid in class that keeps making stupid
>statements. Someone needs to tell him to sit down and shut up.

In one way it had something to do with Iraq. Bin Laden wanted the
U.S. to attack Muslim countries. The U.S. president did what he
wanted.


 
Date: 02 May 2007 02:45:12
From: Rob Davis
Subject: Re: The consequences of pulling out

Damn ... I thought this was a post about sex ... but just more Larry
drivel 8^(. Although considering how we've "screwed" up Iraq, .... ?

Now if only we could have convinced your father about the importance of
"pulling out" 8^(.

Rob

larry wrote:
> Who thinks we will be able to leave Iraq with no dire consequences
> right here in American cities? Who thinks that Al Queda would not use
> Iraq as a training ground, applying Iranian and Syrian money to send
> their suicide bombers to America--as they are doing now in Iraq? Who
> will say that US cities will not become as dangerous as those in
> Baghdad? Who will take responsibility when car and bus bombs close
> or destroy American bridges and make driving through tunnels
> foolhardy?
>
> Larry


 
Date: 02 May 2007 01:49:05
From: Carbon
Subject: Re: The consequences of pulling out
On Tue, 01 May 2007 23:05:21 +0000, Chris Bellomy wrote:

> As for the consequences of pulling out, we can only think about
> your dad and wonder.

ROFL!


 
Date: 02 May 2007 01:46:58
From: Carbon
Subject: Re: The consequences of pulling out
On Tue, 01 May 2007 16:38:54 -0700, larry wrote:

[ snip: garbage ]

A majority of Americans, including a large number of conservatives, now
understand the Iraq war to be a total, utter failure.

That's why you're trolling, of course. You're like the kid in school who
tries to get laughs by making fart noises. Or as an adult, wears rainbow
wigs at sporting events. Look at this idiot: http://tinyurl.com/k7t8m

He's you.


 
Date: 02 May 2007 01:40:53
From: Carbon
Subject: Re: The consequences of pulling out
On Tue, 01 May 2007 15:34:45 -0700, larry wrote:

[ snip: garbage ]

Obviously, the invasion has been a total failure. The criminals who cooked
up this illegitimate fraud of a war should be charged.

http://tinyurl.com/k7t8m


 
Date: 01 May 2007 17:40:54
From: Dene
Subject: Re: The consequences of pulling out
On May 1, 3:50 pm, Alan Baker <alangba...@telus.net > wrote:

Larry posts his troll bait and in less than 20 mins., Baker bites once
again.

And so it goes....and goes.....and goes......

-Greg



  
Date: 02 May 2007 06:25:58
From: Alan Baker
Subject: Re: The consequences of pulling out
In article <1178066454.691974.315010@e65g2000hsc.googlegroups.com >,
Dene <gdstrue@aol.com > wrote:

> On May 1, 3:50 pm, Alan Baker <alangba...@telus.net> wrote:
>
> Larry posts his troll bait and in less than 20 mins., Baker bites once
> again.
>
> And so it goes....and goes.....and goes......
>
> -Greg

So then, by your own definition, what does your post signify?

--
"The iPhone doesn't have a speaker phone" -- "I checked very carefully" --
"I checked Apple's web pages" -- Edwin on the iPhone and how he missed
the demo of the iPhone speakerphone.


 
Date: 01 May 2007 20:22:37
From: A Brick in the Wall
Subject: Re: The consequences of pulling out

"larry" <larry@delmardata.com > wrote in message
news:6qff33llsjsm069l2vbkfdkpi21ampnt48@4ax.com...
> Who thinks we will be able to leave Iraq with no dire consequences
> right here in American cities? Who thinks that Al Queda would not use
> Iraq as a training ground, applying Iranian and Syrian money to send
> their suicide bombers to America--as they are doing now in Iraq? Who
> will say that US cities will not become as dangerous as those in
> Baghdad? Who will take responsibility when car and bus bombs close
> or destroy American bridges and make driving through tunnels
> foolhardy?
>
> Larry

Why do you continue to cling to the idea that having troops in Iraq stops
anyone from attacking the US here?

Do you think we've got every one of them tied up there?




 
Date: 01 May 2007 23:55:15
From: Colin Wilson
Subject: Re: The consequences of pulling out
larry wrote:

> Who thinks we will be able to leave Iraq with no dire consequences

We've had some nice rain here. My golf course is finally greening up.

I struggled my way to an 81 on Saturday. My game is finally looking up
just a little.

--
Cheers
Colin Wilson
------------------------------------------------------------------
Trentham Golf Club: http://www.trenthamgolf.com
Barnbougle Dunes: http://publishing.kyneton.net.au/barnbougle
------------------------------------------------------------------


  
Date: 01 May 2007 20:31:17
From: A Brick in the Wall
Subject: Re: The consequences of pulling out

"Colin Wilson" <publish@removethis.kyneton.net.au > wrote in message
news:DrQZh.32417$M.8132@news-server.bigpond.net.au...
> larry wrote:
>
>> Who thinks we will be able to leave Iraq with no dire consequences
>
> We've had some nice rain here. My golf course is finally greening up.
>
> I struggled my way to an 81 on Saturday. My game is finally looking up
> just a little.
>


yup -- I had elbow surgery in March I have struggled with my game for the
last few weeks -- 8.6 index shooting 86 - 92---

A couple days ago one of my regular golf buddies helped with me when he
caught up with us -- he knows my swing better than I do & I know his better
than him.

Ha had me straightened out in 2 holes.

That day I was 10 over after 6 holes --- and had my tee ball wet on 7 when
he corrected me.

I finished with an 84.

I shot a 39 tonight in 30 mile per winds.

I told him I owe his $45.00 for the tip.

Life is looking up --



> --
> Cheers
> Colin Wilson
> ------------------------------------------------------------------
> Trentham Golf Club: http://www.trenthamgolf.com
> Barnbougle Dunes: http://publishing.kyneton.net.au/barnbougle
> ------------------------------------------------------------------




 
Date: 01 May 2007 23:05:21
From: Chris Bellomy
Subject: Re: The consequences of pulling out
larry <larry@delmardata.com > wrote:
> Who thinks we will be able to leave Iraq with no dire consequences
> right here in American cities?

Wrong question.

Who thinks we ever had a chance to invade Iraq with no dire
consequences right here in American cities? That's the question.

As for the consequences of pulling out, we can only think about
your dad and wonder.

--
Chris Bellomy
C-List Charter Member
http://clist.org/


  
Date: 02 May 2007 06:12:13
From: bill-o
Subject: Re: The consequences of pulling out

On 1-May-2007, Chris Bellomy <puevf@tbbqfubj.arg.invalid > wrote:

> As for the consequences of pulling out, we can only think about
> your dad and wonder.

Nice birdie (asshole)!

--
bill-o

A "gimme" can best be defined as an agreement between
two golfers neither of whom can putt very well.


  
Date: 01 May 2007 20:21:51
From: frank ross
Subject: Re: The consequences of pulling out
Chris Bellomy wrote:
> larry <larry@delmardata.com> wrote:
>> Who thinks we will be able to leave Iraq with no dire consequences
>> right here in American cities?
>
> Wrong question.
>
> Who thinks we ever had a chance to invade Iraq with no dire
> consequences right here in American cities? That's the question.
>
> As for the consequences of pulling out, we can only think about
> your dad and wonder.
>
Line of the year for RSG so far. LOL
Frank Ross


  
Date: 01 May 2007 16:38:54
From: larry
Subject: Re: The consequences of pulling out
On Tue, 01 May 2007 23:05:21 -0000, Chris Bellomy
<puevf@tbbqfubj.arg.invalid > wrote:

>larry <larry@delmardata.com> wrote:
>> Who thinks we will be able to leave Iraq with no dire consequences
>> right here in American cities?
>
>Wrong question.
>
>Who thinks we ever had a chance to invade Iraq with no dire
>consequences right here in American cities? That's the question.

There is no "cause and effect" to the Iraq invasion--

What planet were you living on when Al Queda killed hundreds of
Americans in Kobar Towers, the USS Cole, and while bringing down our
World Trade Center, killing 3000+.


For the information of those not on Earth at the time, the 9/11 attack
was the worst attack on America in history, killing more than Pearl
Harbor in 1941. It was unprovoked, LONG before we had invaded either
Iraq or Afghanistan. They did it as a part of their continuing war
against the West that started in about 1970. Ben Ladin wrote that
they did 9/11 because 5 previous attacks had gone unanswered by
Clinton-- and they abhore cowardice most of all. They admire bravery.
Cower, grovel, beg, and they slit your throat.

Every book on Al Queda and Islam says radical Islam is in a "1000 year
war" against the West. Infidels must die. For the radicals among
them, their religion cannot coexist with ours. America and the UK
are the most prominent symbols of non-believing countries-- thus we
are their primary target. They believe they are doing God's work to
die while killing you, hence there is no shortage of suicide bombers,
many with Master's degrees in Engineering, such as Ben Ladin himself.
They are coming here--AFTER they conclude the present emergency in
Iraq-- to ensure that country does not become a peaceful place in the
middle of Muslim Arabia. Such a symbol would be intolerable to their
recruiting.

They are coming-- and those who want us to quit in Iraq will be to
blame when it happens. If their first attacks here are bad enough,
Democrats will be consigned to the political wilderness for 40 years!
Never to be trusted with leadership again.

Larry


  
Date: 01 May 2007 19:14:22
From: John van der Pflum
Subject: Re: The consequences of pulling out
On Tue, 01 May 2007 23:05:21 -0000, Chris Bellomy
<puevf@tbbqfubj.arg.invalid > wrote:

>larry <larry@delmardata.com> wrote:
>> Who thinks we will be able to leave Iraq with no dire consequences
>> right here in American cities?
>
>Wrong question.
>
>Who thinks we ever had a chance to invade Iraq with no dire
>consequences right here in American cities? That's the question.
>

Wrong question.

What does this have to do with golf and why are you responding to it?
--
jvdp
RSG Cincinnati July 13-15, 2007
http://www.rsgcincinnati.com


   
Date: 02 May 2007 00:21:25
From: Chris Bellomy
Subject: Re: The consequences of pulling out
John van der Pflum <nowhammymyspammy@bite.org > wrote:
> On Tue, 01 May 2007 23:05:21 -0000, Chris Bellomy
> <puevf@tbbqfubj.arg.invalid> wrote:
>
>>larry <larry@delmardata.com> wrote:
>>> Who thinks we will be able to leave Iraq with no dire consequences
>>> right here in American cities?
>>
>>Wrong question.
>>
>>Who thinks we ever had a chance to invade Iraq with no dire
>>consequences right here in American cities? That's the question.
>
> Wrong question.
>
> What does this have to do with golf and why are you responding to it?

Because there was a great one-liner opportunity at the end! Duh.

--
Chris Bellomy
C-List Charter Member
http://clist.org/


   
Date: 01 May 2007 16:41:05
From: larry
Subject: Re: The consequences of pulling out
On Tue, 01 May 2007 19:14:22 -0400, John van der Pflum
<nowhammymyspammy@bite.org > wrote:

>On Tue, 01 May 2007 23:05:21 -0000, Chris Bellomy
><puevf@tbbqfubj.arg.invalid> wrote:
>
>>larry <larry@delmardata.com> wrote:
>>> Who thinks we will be able to leave Iraq with no dire consequences
>>> right here in American cities?
>>
>>Wrong question.
>>
>>Who thinks we ever had a chance to invade Iraq with no dire
>>consequences right here in American cities? That's the question.
>>
>
>Wrong question.
>
>What does this have to do with golf and why are you responding to it?

There are no golfers here. The RSG regulars ran them out with
unrelenting disgusting personal attacks. Ask where George Hibbard
is.

Now the only interesting subject in RSG is political debate, the one
or two conservatives against the dozens of moron liberals.

Larry (KING of RSG)


    
Date: 02 May 2007 08:03:53
From: John van der Pflum
Subject: Re: The consequences of pulling out
On Tue, 01 May 2007 16:41:05 -0700, larry <larry@delmardata.com >
wrote:

>On Tue, 01 May 2007 19:14:22 -0400, John van der Pflum
><nowhammymyspammy@bite.org> wrote:
>
>>On Tue, 01 May 2007 23:05:21 -0000, Chris Bellomy
>><puevf@tbbqfubj.arg.invalid> wrote:
>>
>>>larry <larry@delmardata.com> wrote:
>>>> Who thinks we will be able to leave Iraq with no dire consequences
>>>> right here in American cities?
>>>
>>>Wrong question.
>>>
>>>Who thinks we ever had a chance to invade Iraq with no dire
>>>consequences right here in American cities? That's the question.
>>>
>>
>>Wrong question.
>>
>>What does this have to do with golf and why are you responding to it?
>
>There are no golfers here. The RSG regulars ran them out with
>unrelenting disgusting personal attacks. Ask where George Hibbard
>is.
>
>
>Larry (KING of RSG)

Sorry? What am I, then?
--
jvdp
RSG Cincinnati July 13-15, 2007
http://www.rsgcincinnati.com


    
Date: 02 May 2007 06:26:40
From: Alan Baker
Subject: Re: The consequences of pulling out
In article <ssjf33trmqmsrjbj7d3os4qsotvvki68r8@4ax.com >,
larry <larry@delmardata.com > wrote:

> On Tue, 01 May 2007 19:14:22 -0400, John van der Pflum
> <nowhammymyspammy@bite.org> wrote:
>
> >On Tue, 01 May 2007 23:05:21 -0000, Chris Bellomy
> ><puevf@tbbqfubj.arg.invalid> wrote:
> >
> >>larry <larry@delmardata.com> wrote:
> >>> Who thinks we will be able to leave Iraq with no dire consequences
> >>> right here in American cities?
> >>
> >>Wrong question.
> >>
> >>Who thinks we ever had a chance to invade Iraq with no dire
> >>consequences right here in American cities? That's the question.
> >>
> >
> >Wrong question.
> >
> >What does this have to do with golf and why are you responding to it?
>
> There are no golfers here. The RSG regulars ran them out with
> unrelenting disgusting personal attacks. Ask where George Hibbard
> is.

That is simply the latest in your almost unbroken string of
prevarications.

>
> Now the only interesting subject in RSG is political debate, the one
> or two conservatives against the dozens of moron liberals.
>
> Larry (KING of RSG)

--
"The iPhone doesn't have a speaker phone" -- "I checked very carefully" --
"I checked Apple's web pages" -- Edwin on the iPhone and how he missed
the demo of the iPhone speakerphone.


    
Date: 01 May 2007 20:24:07
From: A Brick in the Wall
Subject: Re: The consequences of pulling out

"larry" <larry@delmardata.com > wrote in message
news:ssjf33trmqmsrjbj7d3os4qsotvvki68r8@4ax.com...
> On Tue, 01 May 2007 19:14:22 -0400, John van der Pflum
> <nowhammymyspammy@bite.org> wrote:
>
>>On Tue, 01 May 2007 23:05:21 -0000, Chris Bellomy
>><puevf@tbbqfubj.arg.invalid> wrote:
>>
>>>larry <larry@delmardata.com> wrote:
>>>> Who thinks we will be able to leave Iraq with no dire consequences
>>>> right here in American cities?
>>>
>>>Wrong question.
>>>
>>>Who thinks we ever had a chance to invade Iraq with no dire
>>>consequences right here in American cities? That's the question.
>>>
>>
>>Wrong question.
>>
>>What does this have to do with golf and why are you responding to it?
>
> There are no golfers here. The RSG regulars ran them out with
> unrelenting disgusting personal attacks. Ask where George Hibbard
> is.
>

I've seen your swing -- a you sir are no golfer -- that part you got right.

> Now the only interesting subject in RSG is political debate, the one
> or two conservatives against the dozens of moron liberals.
>
> Larry (KING of RSG)




 
Date: 01 May 2007 22:50:33
From: Alan Baker
Subject: Re: The consequences of pulling out
In article <6qff33llsjsm069l2vbkfdkpi21ampnt48@4ax.com >,
larry <larry@delmardata.com > wrote:

> Who thinks we will be able to leave Iraq with no dire consequences
> right here in American cities?

I do.
> Who thinks that Al Queda would not use
> Iraq as a training ground, applying Iranian and Syrian money to send
> their suicide bombers to America--as they are doing now in Iraq?

If they're doing it now in Iraq, then how is being there helping? And
what is stopping them from doing it in Iran and Syria?

> Who
> will say that US cities will not become as dangerous as those in
> Baghdad?

I will.

> Who will take responsibility when car and bus bombs close
> or destroy American bridges and make driving through tunnels
> foolhardy?

Will you be man enough to admit you're wrong when none of that comes to
pass?

--
"The iPhone doesn't have a speaker phone" -- "I checked very carefully" --
"I checked Apple's web pages" -- Edwin on the iPhone and how he missed
the demo of the iPhone speakerphone.