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  • in reply to: FACEBOOK #45042

    Loke
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    Best of luck with your daughter to come ap, but then its your wife that´s pregnant, not you;)

    in reply to: Sondra – MIA? (S3D Theme Lyrics and Spam) #21534

    Loke
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    @sondra wrote:

    I’m his teacher. So he won’t go boom that much. I just told him about digg and roll and he doens’t forget his chutes. He knowss about the angles

    You better give choppy some lessons about chutes – but I fear its advice ditched in favour of great big shiny nukes;)

    in reply to: FACEBOOK #45037

    Loke
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    Forum Hawk Apache

    I dare you to enter main or beginners if you like . whatever get your behind in there instead of playing the old wise man.

    in reply to: Sondra – MIA? (S3D Theme Lyrics and Spam) #21504

    Loke
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    WB Sondra – you left before I even joined;) would be nice if more of the old players popped by and said hi and shot a few shots none the less;)

    in reply to: Egypt #62952

    Loke
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    @deathbal wrote:

    @loke wrote:

    @deathbal wrote:

    They wont be able to tarnish her image as they did Palin’s.

    You are joking or was that meant as written?

    Well, Palin was an easy target. 8) That is all I meant.

    Character assassinations seem to very popular in US politics, but until now it was my impression that the political right where the experts at it – Palin is more likely a case of character suicide;) Call me an elitist if you like 😯

    in reply to: Egypt #62949

    Loke
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    @deathbal wrote:

    They wont be able to tarnish her image as they did Palin’s.

    You are joking or was that meant as written?

    in reply to: Egypt #62945

    Loke
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    @deathbal wrote:

    @loke wrote:

    The US foreign policies would be a lot different if it would not have to factor in a bunch of bed sheet clad tyrants.

    Obama is a big disappointment, getting an undeserved Nobel peace price – it may have been given to him just because he became president instead of McCain and his loony running mate – he still needs to live up to it. Guantanamo is still there, the US veto against Israeli settlements was not a peace promoter either.

    Reagan and the Bushes ran on astronomical budget deficits, broke international law and Clinton (on a balanced/surplus budget) was impeached for having a bit of fun with an intern and a cigar. The priorities are a bit backwards if you ask me.

    Maybe I know too little about the tealovers, but you wish for warlike actions against Libya’s autocratic kleptocrat. Should they be UN sanctioned or just be unilateral?

    Keep in mind who our current Vice President is. It reminds me of a saying I remember. “Some people are wise, and some people are otherwise”

    Clinton was impeached for lying to a grand jury that was investigating a sexual harrassment claim.

    I do not want war against Libya. I was making an observation.

    So Clinton lied to a f…ing grand jury about the cigar thing – I could not care less. It seems that the media/voters don´t give a damn about the lives of thousands of Americans soldiers dying in a illegal war. Where the f… are patriotic citizens that demand justice and bring legal action against the ones who unleashed it?

    What is the teabags view of intervention in other nations internal affairs?

    in reply to: Egypt #62940

    Loke
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    So its not an internal problem of Libya? Should Egypt intervene as many of its citizens live there? Should Denmark have send their civil defence guys when the Bush administration clearly was unable to cope with the aftermath of Katrina or even some troops to restore order?

    in reply to: Egypt #62938

    Loke
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    The US foreign policies would be a lot different if it would not have to factor in a bunch of bed sheet clad tyrants.

    Obama is a big disappointment, getting an undeserved Nobel peace price – it may have been given to him just because he became president instead of McCain and his loony running mate – he still needs to live up to it. Guantanamo is still there, the US veto against Israeli settlements was not a peace promoter either.

    Reagan and the Bushes ran on astronomical budget deficits, broke international law and Clinton (on a balanced/surplus budget) was impeached for having a bit of fun with an intern and a cigar. The priorities are a bit backwards if you ask me.

    Maybe I know too little about the tealovers, but you wish for warlike actions against Libya’s autocratic kleptocrat. Should they be UN sanctioned or just be unilateral?

    in reply to: Egypt #62937

    Loke
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    @deathbal wrote:

    America is very fortunate to have the Tea Party. If not for them our President and his policies could have gone uncontested. That could have led to a victory in 2010 which would have enabled the Democratic party to maintain a majority in the House and Senate.

    They would have seen this as a mandate. This could have finally pushed through cap and trade. A policy that would have caused energy costs for the average person to skyrocket.

    This was our Presidents plan. To make energy costs skyrocket and any new coal power company to go bankrupt. But you don’t have to believe me. You can hear it for yourself from his own mouth.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hdi4onAQBWQ

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BqHL404zhcU

    A lot of our electricity is run by coal power. What does he expect us to do? Go back to candles?

    Then ask yourself who will be the only people to afford a confortable living under his plan? The wealthy.

    Now lets go to the situation in Libya. Anyone old enough to remember the Reagan administration would know for a fact that Khadafi would not be doing this if Reagan was President. He would not be doing this if Bush was President. He has complete confidence in Obama to only send his condemnation and nothing else.

    Obama is like a referee in hockey. Stop! or i’ll say stop again!

    DB increasing the cost of energy is a very good way of motivating people to think about how much they use and for what it is used for – pure market economy. A nice example is that if the US had cars with the average mileage of European cars, the US would not need to import any oil from hell holes like Saudi Arabia. BMW just made a 4 cylinder engine that is just as powerful as a 6 cylinder one, but they don´t think it will sell well on the American market – its so ridiculous, so stupid that a choice of car is based on tradition, no. of cylinders, sound of the engine and not performance. The fuel therefore is way too cheap;)

    in reply to: Egypt #62935

    Loke
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    @chopper wrote:

    so where in the world is a politician loke? N korea? Burma? China?
    I got an idea…..ours and most western democracies are a representative/participation style.
    I’ll vote for ya Loke!
    btw History channel has a repeat of their series on “Presidents” on for next few nights. Very eye opening on early American politics and our….*ahem* conflicts with our friends in Peanut land. :mrgreen:

    You better not – just a little bit of power and Im corrupted beyond anything and will try to emulate these erm… gentlemen in dressing flashy.

    Like the fat man on the left (I could not find the one where he wears a light blue uniform and is decorated like a christmas tree):


    nb. and he has a reichsmarschalls grannystick none the less;)

    Or this highly respected fella:

    But I would try to avoid furhats;)

    in reply to: Egypt #62934

    Loke
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    @peanutsrevenge wrote:

    @chopper wrote:

    Actually it is very accurate Pnut….we won ! :mrgreen:
    But i likes ya anyways! 😆

    How did you know he uses a grannystick? He is very touchy about it btw;)

    in reply to: Egypt #62927

    Loke
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    The very strange thing is, wherever you look in the western representative democracies there is acute shortage of politicians You could vote for with a clean conscience;) as they really have no intention representing the voter or to deal with tough issues that might be unfavourable for their re-election.

    in reply to: Egypt #62924

    Loke
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    Great link – one of my favourite pieces of classical music a shame it just is a part of it. Would love to see a live performance with cannons and bells.

    in reply to: Egypt #62922

    Loke
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    @armorwraith wrote:

    @loke wrote:

    Who, if not the republicans, severely damaged US reputation among its allies and foes alike.

    I wasnt disagreeing with you there.
    Oh I have no doubt about the ruling elites intentions in America.
    I think you have failed to grasp that I am of neither elitist party, I am of the Conservative Tea Party. I am tired of elitist ruling our country.

    I believe in a strong defense. And self preservation, so if that means starting a war, so be it. We were attacked, we responded in kind.

    armor

    @armorwraith wrote:

    @loke wrote:

    Who, if not the republicans, severely damaged US reputation among its allies and foes alike.

    I wasnt disagreeing with you there.
    Oh I have no doubt about the ruling elites intentions in America.
    I think you have failed to grasp that I am of neither elitist party, I am of the Conservative Tea Party. I am tired of elitist ruling our country.

    I believe in a strong defense. And self preservation, so if that means starting a war, so be it. We were attacked, we responded in kind.

    armor

    The Tea party goers have an icon that defines the movement or so it appears, Palin – the least likely person to do anything positive other than jumping of bridge and let it be a high one.

    If history is one of your majors, what did you learn about imperialism and supporting autocratic regimes? Yes, the Egyptian army receives a very generous handout of US taxpayers money.

    Starting a war for a 1. world country is not a terribly good idea while setting aside a safe aftermath and “heart and minds”, it only leads to asymmetrical warfare or freedom fighters or terrorism, depending on who you ask.

    A winning strategy in Afghanistan would be to completely outlaw the growing of opium crop, the Taliban would have no income from it and the Iranian refiners would be out of business. That would be a hard blow for the so called revolution guardians who terrorize the Iranians islamo-fascist style, while cashing in on the heroin trade. With no income from drug trafficking the abnormal level of corruption within the Afghani government would be less severe.

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