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memyselfI
09-08-2004, 09:24 AM
ROFL

No wonder DUHbya and the Cons went nuts over the 'more leaders' remark. They know its likely true.

http://www.iht.com/articles/537873.html

HC_Chief
09-08-2004, 09:26 AM
That's great... if you want foreign leaders dictating US policy. :rolleyes:

Michael Michigan
09-08-2004, 09:27 AM
Maybe he can get a gig at the U.N.

Donger
09-08-2004, 09:27 AM
Why on earth would you post this?

Cochise
09-08-2004, 09:28 AM
Who gives a Raiders what the rest of the world thinks?

KCTitus
09-08-2004, 09:33 AM
It's too bad the DNC can only take foreign money and not foreign votes as well...

BigMeatballDave
09-08-2004, 09:38 AM
This is why we don't give a shit what other countries think...

Kraut
09-08-2004, 09:50 AM
Why would you post this? Nobody gives a rat's ass how the rest of the world would vote. In this reality the rest of the world can't vote.

memyselfI
09-08-2004, 09:51 AM
ROFL

Look at the Cons wondering why this matters...

well let's see. Perhaps it has to do with willingness to cooperate and support the US in the future. :hmmm:

htismaqe
09-08-2004, 09:54 AM
ROFL

Look at the Cons wondering why this matters...

well let's see. Perhaps it has to do with willingness to cooperate and support the US in the future. :hmmm:

So?

BigMeatballDave
09-08-2004, 10:00 AM
ROFL

Look at the Cons wondering why this matters...

well let's see. Perhaps it has to do with willingness to cooperate and support the US in the future. :hmmm:PHUQ OFF!!! If you really care so much what the rest of the world has to say about us, FIND ANOTHER COUNTRY TO LIVE IN! MOST OF US AROUND HERE DON'T GIVE A SHIT WHAT OTHER NATIONS THINK ABOUT US. STOOPID PHUQIN GUNT!!! Move along, now. Your kids are late for their terrorist training!

Cochise
09-08-2004, 10:02 AM
Perhaps it has to do with willingness to cooperate and support the US in the future. :hmmm:

Who gives a shit?

Chief Henry
09-08-2004, 10:04 AM
Islamist loving K U N T

trndobrd
09-08-2004, 10:04 AM
It's too bad the DNC can only take foreign money and not foreign votes as well...


I'm sure they're working on it...

Braincase
09-08-2004, 10:05 AM
Why would you post this? Nobody gives a rat's ass how the rest of the world would vote. In this reality the rest of the world can't vote.

I would beg to differ. We live in an international economy. There are alot of business people in the U.S. whose business is dependant upon America's relationship with foreign governments. If you believe otherwise, you are not looking at the big picture.

Velvet_Jones
09-08-2004, 10:06 AM
Islamist loving K U N T
Damn. ROFL

Saulbadguy
09-08-2004, 10:10 AM
I would beg to differ. We live in an international economy. There are alot of business people in the U.S. whose business is dependant upon America's relationship with foreign governments. If you believe otherwise, you are not looking at the big picture.
You don't say? :hmmm:

Lightning Rod
09-08-2004, 10:11 AM
question.

Did these countries like any of the previous ones?

While I agree that we do not live in a vacuume and support world wide would be nice, I would be very upset to get a :thumb: from some of these places.

memyselfI
09-08-2004, 10:15 AM
I would beg to differ. We live in an international economy. There are alot of business people in the U.S. whose business is dependant upon America's relationship with foreign governments. If you believe otherwise, you are not looking at the big picture.

Sheesh, you had to go interject common sense into the mix. :shake:

It's so much easier and simple to think that the US can sustain itself so f*ck the world. We don't need their oil, or their money, or their markets, or their underpaid labor forces...

KCTitus
09-08-2004, 10:17 AM
I would beg to differ. We live in an international economy. There are alot of business people in the U.S. whose business is dependant upon America's relationship with foreign governments. If you believe otherwise, you are not looking at the big picture.

That's a very good point...It's also worth noting this comes out of Paris.

Matt Helm
09-08-2004, 10:20 AM
ROFL

Look at the Cons wondering why this matters...

well let's see. Perhaps it has to do with willingness to cooperate and support the US in the future. :hmmm:

What are you thinking? It doesn't matter who the President is, the U.S. is looked on with the same basic equality regardless of who is there.

You are fishing in the wrong pond.

Chief Henry
09-08-2004, 10:21 AM
That's a very good point...It's also worth noting this comes out of Paris.


Thats why we don't give a rats ass about this poll.

memyselfI
09-08-2004, 10:24 AM
That's a very good point...It's also worth noting this comes out of Paris.


Nice try.

"It is absolutely clear that John Kerry would win handily if the people of the world could vote," said Steve Kull, director of The Program on International Policy Attitudes of the University of Maryland, a co-sponsor of the survey. "It is rather striking that just one in five people surveyed around the world support the re-election of President Bush."

Braincase
09-08-2004, 10:31 AM
Sheesh, you had to go interject common sense into the mix. :shake:

That's what I try to do around this forum. The majority of the folks on this forum are already inclined in a particular direction. I try to take all the bovine scatology practiced here and try and find that one pellet of truth. So many here are in attack/defend mode, and that just raises the hackles, rather than aiding in the thoughtfu debate. If Denise posts it, then it's a LIE, if Gunther Fan posts, it's inflammatory. :spock:

I hope we all can simply accept that we are going to have differences, and it is within these differences that a true solution to our problems lie. I don't believe Kerry is the answer, and I'm inclined to believe that Bush isn't the answer either.

P.S. It sure as hell ain't Nader, either.

Matt Helm
09-08-2004, 10:33 AM
Nice try.

"It is absolutely clear that John Kerry would win handily if the people of the world could vote," said Steve Kull, director of The Program on International Policy Attitudes of the University of Maryland, a co-sponsor of the survey. "It is rather striking that just one in five people surveyed around the world support the re-election of President Bush."

So you are saying that he questioned five people world wide or he questioned five foreigners at tha U of A for his poll?

You are stretching the envelope in trying to justify your stance. It just doesn't wash.

Chief Henry
09-08-2004, 10:35 AM
[QUOTE=memyselfI]Nice try.

"It is absolutely clear that John Kerry would win handily if the people of the world could vote," QUOTE]


THis could be the most irrelavent sentence ever.

memyselfI
09-08-2004, 10:40 AM
So you are saying that he questioned five people world wide or he questioned five foreigners at tha U of A for his poll?

You are stretching the envelope in trying to justify your stance. It just doesn't wash.

ROFL

The Cons are having trouble reading today.

MarcBulger
09-08-2004, 10:42 AM
Nothing like getting the endorsements of Socialists and Cowards.

Radar Chief
09-08-2004, 10:44 AM
Since someone apparently forgot what it means:
Main Entry: sovˇerˇeignˇty
Function: noun
Inflected Form(s): plural -ties
Etymology: Middle English soverainte, from Middle French soveraineté, from Old French, from soverain
1 obsolete : supreme excellence or an example of it
2 a : supreme power especially over a body politic b : freedom from external control : AUTONOMY c : controlling influence
3 : one that is sovereign; especially : an autonomous state

jettio
09-08-2004, 10:45 AM
It is no surprise that Bush would be disliked for being arrogant in the Pre-Iraq discussions.

Either passing out money or insults.

The fact that Iraq has not gone as planned and that no WOMD has been found, has convinced the world that not only is he arrogant, he is extraordinarily incompetent as well.

No excuses for starting a fight that turns into a screwup.

Who would respect a fool like that?

Chief Henry
09-08-2004, 10:45 AM
Since someone apparently forgot what it means:
Main Entry: sovˇerˇeignˇty
Function: noun
Inflected Form(s): plural -ties
Etymology: Middle English soverainte, from Middle French soveraineté, from Old French, from soverain
1 obsolete : supreme excellence or an example of it
2 a : supreme power especially over a body politic b : freedom from external control : AUTONOMY c : controlling influence
3 : one that is sovereign; especially : an autonomous state




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StcChief
09-08-2004, 10:52 AM
Wait till terrorist hit them (they will).

If they don't like what we do to protect our interests maybe then they will start worrying about their own.

This is meaningless poll.

Saulbadguy
09-08-2004, 10:54 AM
That's what I try to do around this forum. The majority of the folks on this forum are already inclined in a particular direction. I try to take all the bovine scatology practiced here and try and find that one pellet of truth. So many here are in attack/defend mode, and that just raises the hackles, rather than aiding in the thoughtfu debate. If Denise posts it, then it's a LIE, if Gunther Fan posts, it's inflammatory. :spock:

I hope we all can simply accept that we are going to have differences, and it is within these differences that a true solution to our problems lie. I don't believe Kerry is the answer, and I'm inclined to believe that Bush isn't the answer either.

P.S. It sure as hell ain't Nader, either.
1. Bovine Scatology....ROFL
2. Yea...I agree.

Baby Lee
09-08-2004, 10:56 AM
I would beg to differ. We live in an international economy. There are alot of business people in the U.S. whose business is dependant upon America's relationship with foreign governments. If you believe otherwise, you are not looking at the big picture.
I'm not the smartest guy, so please tell me if I have this right.

If Cheney intones that the wrong choice for president may lead to us being attacked by terrorists again, he's being a disgusting slimeball.
But;
If the other side intones that a wrong choice for president will lead to us being alienated from other nations and will endanger the viability of business owners with international interests, that's OK?


Just trying to keep up.

BigMeatballDave
09-08-2004, 10:57 AM
It is no surprise that Bush would be disliked for being arrogant in the Pre-Iraq discussions.

Either passing out money or insults.

The fact that Iraq has not gone as planned and that no WOMD has been found, has convinced the world that not only is he arrogant, he is extraordinarily incompetent as well.

No excuses for starting a fight that turns into a screwup.

Who would respect a fool like that?Thats funny. Bush is SOOOOO terrible, but your guy can't pull away from him, and most likely,
will lose to him...

Mr. Kotter
09-08-2004, 10:57 AM
WHO the hell gives a sh*t what Europeans think? I don't....

Besides, were you to run similar poles about the popularity of European leaders HERE.....duh, most wouldn't register in the double digits.... :rolleyes:

Saulbadguy
09-08-2004, 10:58 AM
I'm not the smartest guy, so please tell me if I have this right.

If Cheney intones that the wrong choice for president may lead to us being attacked by terrorists again, he's being a disgusting slimeball.
But;
If the other side intones that a wrong choice for president will lead to us being alienated from other nations and will endanger the viability of business owners with international interests, that's OK?


Just trying to keep up.
Fvcked either way then, huh?

PastorMikH
09-08-2004, 10:59 AM
Global Poll: Kerry wins in a landslide....



If France, Germany, Iran, Syria, Aphganistan, N. Korea, China, Russia and many others in the world are for Kerry, that should be raising some serious red flags about him to every red-blooded American.

Mr. Kotter
09-08-2004, 11:00 AM
Thats why we don't give a rats ass about this poll.

Ding, ding, ding.....fuggin' rats.... :rolleyes:

Saulbadguy
09-08-2004, 11:00 AM
Global Poll: Kerry wins in a landslide....



If France, Germany, Iran, Syria, Aphganistan, N. Korea, China, Russia and many others in the world are for Kerry, that should be raising some serious red flags about him to every red-blooded American.
I don't see why?

Baby Lee
09-08-2004, 11:01 AM
all the bovine scatology practiced here
Moouie Armstrong: "MOOOOO-be-dooby-deetle-shabba-dah-doo."


ROFL ROFL

Mr. Kotter
09-08-2004, 11:03 AM
I don't see why?

You respect and value the COUNTRIES on THAT list.....

My, my.... :shake:

Saulbadguy
09-08-2004, 11:03 AM
You respect and value the COUNTRIES on THAT list.....

My, my.... :shake:
Not all of them.

Matt Helm
09-08-2004, 11:05 AM
It is no surprise that Bush would be disliked for being arrogant in the Pre-Iraq discussions.

Either passing out money or insults.

The fact that Iraq has not gone as planned and that no WOMD has been found, has convinced the world that not only is he arrogant, he is extraordinarily incompetent as well.

No excuses for starting a fight that turns into a screwup.

Who would respect a fool like that?

You better respect him, he is YOUR Commander in Chief.

PastorMikH
09-08-2004, 11:09 AM
I don't see why?



I could see, based on your choices in college teams, that you could be a little confused at times. :p :)


j/k

Saulbadguy
09-08-2004, 11:11 AM
I don't see any real problems right now, but what if there was a trade embargo? I doubt it would happen, because we provide a huge source of revenue for other countries, but damn..that would suck.

KCTitus
09-08-2004, 11:17 AM
I don't see any real problems right now, but what if there was a trade embargo? I doubt it would happen, because we provide a huge source of revenue for other countries, but damn..that would suck.

This got nixed pretty quickly from the campaign, but all that talk about 'punishing benedict arnold' companies who outsource probably would impact foreign economic partners adversely...if they followed through on whatever this plan was, I could forsee potential trade problems.

Mostly likely, nothing would come of this, rather it was mere rhetoric used to play on the class envy emotions.

Ugly Duck
09-08-2004, 11:38 AM
ROFL No wonder DUHbya and the Cons went nuts over the 'more leaders' remark. They know its likely true.Well... he did say "I'm a uniter, not a divider!" Ya gotta hand it to the guy - he did get the entire world united against him.....

Braincase
09-08-2004, 11:42 AM
I'm not the smartest guy, so please tell me if I have this right.

If Cheney intones that the wrong choice for president may lead to us being attacked by terrorists again, he's being a disgusting slimeball.
But;
If the other side intones that a wrong choice for president will lead to us being alienated from other nations and will endanger the viability of business owners with international interests, that's OK?


Just trying to keep up.

Yeah, there's an irony there. I personally have no idea whether Kerry or Bush is the better insurance policy vs. terrorist attack. I'd guess that determined terrorists are going to go Clancy on us whoever is in office. That said, it's reasonable that much of the business that could/would happen between the US and foreign countries would still happen regardless of who is in the White House.

Brock
09-08-2004, 11:42 AM
Well... he did say "I'm a uniter, not a divider!" Ya gotta hand it to the guy - he did get the entire world united against him.....

You're right, he should probably pull a Duck - drop to his knees, do the deed, then spit his signature on the Kyoto Treaty.

Ugly Duck
09-08-2004, 11:49 AM
You're right, he should probably pull a Duck - drop to his knees, do the deed, then spit his signature on the Kyoto Treaty.Hmmmm.... you seem to be inordinately preoccupied with homosexual imagry. You might want to check into why that is....

Brock
09-08-2004, 11:52 AM
Hmmmm.... you seem to be inordinately preoccupied with homosexual imagry. You might want to check into why that is....

You homophobe.

alanm
09-08-2004, 12:40 PM
This got nixed pretty quickly from the campaign, but all that talk about 'punishing benedict arnold' companies who outsource probably would impact foreign economic partners adversely...if they followed through on whatever this plan was, I could forsee potential trade problems.

Mostly likely, nothing would come of this, rather it was mere rhetoric used to play on the class envy emotions.No Heinz ketchup for that cheesburger for you!:shake:

InChiefsHell
09-08-2004, 01:01 PM
I can't believe anyone thinks that the opinions of people around the world should matter when it comes to our elections!! When was the last time they gave a rat's ass about our opinion??

This is liberal stupidity to the max. You freaks really don't want to belong to the United States of America, you want to be subjects of the UN. Go FUG yourselves!! :cuss:

HC_Chief
09-08-2004, 01:03 PM
Luckily polls don't matter and the French, Germans, Syrians, et al aren't allowed to vote in our elections.

2004 presidential election: Bush wins in a landslide :thumb:

alnorth
09-08-2004, 01:39 PM
No wonder DUHbya and the Cons went nuts over the 'more leaders' remark. They know its likely true.

You dont get it. The right wing "went nuts" over this issue, because it would HELP US in the election. If the world wants us to do one thing, the average American is suspicious and instinctively thinks about the opposite.

Why do you think that Kerry was VERY quick to downplay these reports? He knows it would hurt him. If this was helpful, he would be trumpeting this news from the rooftops.

InChiefsHell
09-08-2004, 02:09 PM
You dont get it. The right wing "went nuts" over this issue, because it would HELP US in the election. If the world wants us to do one thing, the average American is suspicious and instinctively thinks about the opposite.

Why do you think that Kerry was VERY quick to downplay these reports? He knows it would hurt him. If this was helpful, he would be trumpeting this news from the rooftops.

Exactly. All the Dems and far lefties are singing the praises of these polls, but 'ol John F-ing Kerry knows better. Your average (you know, normal) American has no interest in becoming a subject of the world. This probably helps Bush IMO. You are correct.
:clap:

Amnorix
09-08-2004, 03:12 PM
:spock:

I'm sure that if cute animals like deer and mink were allowed to vote, Kerry would win in a landslide. Hell, if trees could vote, Kerry would crush Bush, his name notwithstanding.

trndobrd
09-08-2004, 03:34 PM
:spock:

I'm sure that if cute animals like deer and mink were allowed to vote, Kerry would win in a landslide. Hell, if trees could vote, Kerry would crush Bush, his name notwithstanding.


The Bush message of Compassionate Conservatism has always played well with the small mammal demograpics. Don't forget the "Reagan badgers". They still haven't returned to the Democratic party.

bkkcoh
09-08-2004, 08:05 PM
:spock:

I'm sure that if cute animals like deer and mink were allowed to vote, Kerry would win in a landslide. Hell, if trees could vote, Kerry would crush Bush, his name notwithstanding.


Hell if the dead people in Chicago and the convicts in Florida are allowed to vote, Kerry might win...



Oh wait, that didn't really help algore in 2000, did it :p :hmmm:

Inspector
09-08-2004, 09:27 PM
It's too bad the DNC can only take foreign money and not foreign votes as well...

Yeah, but if Kerry gets elected the foreign votes might count in the future.

Wouldn't surprise me anyway....

Inspector
09-08-2004, 09:32 PM
Global Poll: Kerry wins in a landslide....



If France, Germany, Iran, Syria, Aphganistan, N. Korea, China, Russia and many others in the world are for Kerry, that should be raising some serious red flags about him to every red-blooded American.

:thumb: Rep for man of God!!

KCWolfman
09-08-2004, 09:33 PM
This is great information if I ever want 15 year olds from France and Germany to vote for us.

I bet more prisoners and anarchists would vote Kerry as well.

FringeNC
09-08-2004, 09:45 PM
And Sharia would be the state religion if it were left up to voters around the world.

listopencil
09-08-2004, 10:33 PM
Internal Poll: Kerry loses. As in I'm not voting for him.

My poll's results are as significant as yours because neither reflect the actual election. Next...

listopencil
09-08-2004, 10:36 PM
Oh wait, I forgot. I have to phrase my responses so that you can understand them. Here ya go:


:):rolleyes:ROFL:clap::p:thumb:


Just add these to my above response wherever it helps you to understand it.

MadMax
09-09-2004, 12:20 AM
ROFL

No wonder DUHbya and the Cons went nuts over the 'more leaders' remark. They know its likely true.

http://www.iht.com/articles/537873.html



LOL their votes only count in your little "hollyworld". :deevee: :deevee: STFU

Thig Lyfe
09-09-2004, 06:50 AM
Okay... this article was written in PARIS.

That should help Kerry a lot.

memyselfI
09-09-2004, 06:52 AM
Okay... this article was written in PARIS.

That should help Kerry a lot.

ROFL

The article was TRANSMITTED from Paris for the newspaper. The study was from the U of Maryland. Done in the USA.

Nice try for the second time...


POST #23
Nice try.

"It is absolutely clear that John Kerry would win handily if the people of the world could vote," said Steve Kull, director of The Program on International Policy Attitudes of the University of Maryland, a co-sponsor of the survey. "It is rather striking that just one in five people surveyed around the world support the re-election of President Bush."

Mr. Kotter
09-09-2004, 06:53 AM
ROFL

The article was TRANSMITTED from Paris for the newspaper. The study was from the U of Maryland. Done in the USA.

Nice try for the second time...

Ever think no one in the US thought it was WORTH printing? :hmmm:

Thig Lyfe
09-09-2004, 06:54 AM
ROFL

The article was TRANSMITTED from Paris for the newspaper. The study was from the U of Maryland. Done in the USA.

Nice try for the second time...

Well you suck anyway.

Who gives a f*ck what a goat farmer in France thinks about the election.

memyselfI
09-09-2004, 06:54 AM
Ever think no one in the US thought it was WORTH printing? :hmmm:

Actually I saw it on Yahoo's front page last evening. :clap:

memyselfI
09-09-2004, 06:55 AM
Well you suck anyway.

Who gives a f*ck what a goat farmer in France thinks about the election.

I'll take that as an acknowledgement of not actually reading the article just spewing about the topic header. :thumb:

Mr. Kotter
09-09-2004, 06:57 AM
Actually I saw it on Yahoo's front page last evening. :clap:

AFTER the lefties have been spoutin' it for over a day....yeah, a few have picked it up as a courtesy....although real Americans still don't give a sh*t what these azzwipes think.... :)

;)

memyselfI
09-09-2004, 07:00 AM
AFTER the lefties have been spoutin' it for over a day....yeah, a few have picked it up as a courtesy....although real Americans still don't give a sh*t what these azzwipes think.... :)

;)

I'll take that as an acknowledgement that you did not actually LOOK to see if it had been printed anywhere else but were just spewing about how it might not be. :thumb:

Thig Lyfe
09-09-2004, 07:00 AM
I'll take that as an acknowledgement of not actually reading the article just spewing about the topic header. :thumb:

I did read the article, and it was a waste of my life. Who cares what frickin' Norway thinks about Bush? It's a worthless study. They should poll terrorists on who they want to win. I think the results would be similar....

And you still suck.

memyselfI
09-09-2004, 07:02 AM
I did read the article, and it was a waste of my life. Who cares what frickin' Norway thinks about Bush? It's a worthless study. They should poll terrorists on who they want to win. I think the results would be similar....

And you still suck.

AQ did issue a statement saying they support a BUSH re-election. It seems to help their recruitment numbers... :thumb:

Mr. Kotter
09-09-2004, 07:03 AM
I'll take that as an acknowledgement that you did not actually LOOK to see if it had been printed anywhere else but were just spewing about how it might not be. :thumb:

As usual, you'd be wrong....it didn't appear anywhere in the major outlets of the US media until Paris and the Froggies started trumpeting the headlines.....

Thig Lyfe
09-09-2004, 07:04 AM
AQ did issue a statement saying they support a BUSH re-election. It seems to help their recruitment numbers... :thumb:

Link?

Or I suppose one of your many buddies from the inside supplied you this information?

Tell Tarik al-Abdul Hello for me!

memyselfI
09-09-2004, 07:05 AM
Link?

Or I suppose one of your many buddies from the inside supplied you this information?

Tell Tarik al-Abdul Hello for me!

Try Google.

Or look for Jaz's link.

Mr. Kotter
09-09-2004, 07:06 AM
AQ did issue a statement saying they support a BUSH re-election. It seems to help their recruitment numbers... :thumb:

Yeah, because a Kerry victory would mean they would be able to carry out their terrorism and murdering rampages unfettered and with impugnity from reprisals....and then the world would see them for the ruthless, bloodthirsty, crazy bastards they are....and that would DAMPEN their recruitment goals....

So you are perhaps right, this once; don't get use to it though.... :)

memyselfI
09-09-2004, 07:07 AM
As usual, you'd be wrong....it didn't appear anywhere in the major outlets of the US media until Paris and the Froggies started trumpeting the headlines.....

Could that be because they reported it as a feature, not breaking news, in the daily version of their website which would be a good 6-8 hours ahead of us? :hmmm:

Mr. Kotter
09-09-2004, 07:08 AM
Could that be because they reported it as a feature, not breaking news, in the daily version of their website which would be a good 6-8 hours ahead of us? :hmmm:

In your dreams maybe.... :)

memyselfI
09-09-2004, 07:08 AM
Yeah, because a Kerry victory would mean they would be able to carry out their terrorism and murdering rampages unfettered and with impugnity from reprisals....and then the world would see them for the ruthless, bloodthirsty, crazy bastards they are....and that would DAMPEN their recruitment goals....

So you are perhaps right, this once; don't get use to it though.... :)

A Kerry victory would mean it would be alot harder to get the world to hate the US because he ain't DUHbya.

Ultra Peanut
09-09-2004, 07:08 AM
This is one of your dumbest threads ever, duhnise. And that's saying A LOT.

Mr. Kotter
09-09-2004, 07:12 AM
A Kerry victory would mean it would be alot harder to get the world to hate the US because he ain't DUHbya.

Poll demonstrating world "hate" for the U.S.....???? Link please? :hmmm:

(You said HATE....)

If you wanna equate disagreement with our policy in Iraq (or their uneducated, ill-informed, and irrelevant attitudes toward GW) but that's a different matter; but only in your strange mind does that equate to hate....

But it's understandable, given YOUR circle of friends who all hate the U.S. or come from countries that hate the U.S.....of course, YOUR perception would be the WORLD "hates" the U.S., when in actuality it's just you, your twisted friends, and a few rougue nations that "hate" the U.S.

Words mean things, you know? :hmmm:

Thig Lyfe
09-09-2004, 07:15 AM
This is one of your dumbest threads ever, duhnise. And that's saying A LOT.

ROFL

This is the equivalent of an elephant's smelliest crap. Or biggest crap. Or both.

LVNHACK
09-09-2004, 07:38 AM
Who really gives a fugg what the rest of the world thinks....?????.......Maybe the US should just quit sending aid and servicemen.women all over the place to help everyone else and keep them at home.......Maybe use them to seal our borders.......Hell if we had done that 50 or 60 years ago duhniese you wouldn't be here......You'd be picking beans in your true homeland, not sitting your fatass in front of a puter all day..........

Thig Lyfe
09-09-2004, 07:43 PM
Score one for the non-Denises.

WilliamTheIrish
09-09-2004, 08:31 PM
How many electoral votes do the French have in our election?

WilliamTheIrish
09-09-2004, 08:43 PM
I'm not the smartest guy, so please tell me if I have this right.

If Cheney intones that the wrong choice for president may lead to us being attacked by terrorists again, he's being a disgusting slimeball.
But;
If the other side intones that a wrong choice for president will lead to us being alienated from other nations and will endanger the viability of business owners with international interests, that's OK?


Just trying to keep up.

It'll be even more relevant when Kerry gets voted President of The World. ROFL

beavis
09-09-2004, 09:14 PM
It'll be even more relevant when Kerry gets voted President of The World. ROFL
I can hear it now -

"I was an American before I wasn't an American."

InChiefsHell
09-10-2004, 06:36 AM
I can hear it now -

"I was an American before I wasn't an American."

REP!
ROFL

Seriously. People who put so much stock in what the world feels about our elections really need to examine themselves. This would be like the Chiefs signing a player because all the other teams in the league thought they should, rather than what they felt was in their best interest.

...well, maybe not exactly like that...

But the point is, Germany and France and China and Russia and whothehelleverelse does NOT have America's best interest at heart, but rather their own. Just look at the Oil for Food debacle. The fact that you put so much weight behind a bunch of anti-American a-holes says an awful lot about you...and none of it good...:shrug:

bkkcoh
09-10-2004, 08:10 PM
It'll be even more relevant when Kerry gets voted President of The World. ROFL


I thought that was the title that Clinton wanted..... :hmmm: That would be a hell of a primary..... I am more liberal than you, no wait, I am more moderate than you. no. I don't know I am so confused as to what I am.... :banghead:

Thig Lyfe
09-10-2004, 08:18 PM
I can hear it now -

"I was an American before I wasn't an American."

ROFL Much rep to you!

KCWolfman
09-10-2004, 08:24 PM
A Kerry victory would mean it would be alot harder to get the world to hate the US because he ain't DUHbya.
Really? Wow, what did Clinton do to piss off AQ and attack the WTC the first time. Was GWB in charge during the USS Cole?

Some people will use any excuse they can - no matter how stupid it sounds as they type it.

Thig Lyfe
09-10-2004, 08:40 PM
Really? Wow, what did Clinton do to piss off AQ and attack the WTC the first time. Was GWB in charge during the USS Cole?

Some people will use any excuse they can - no matter how stupid it sounds as they type it.

I like to call denise a "proprietor of dumbassery".

KCWolfman
09-10-2004, 08:42 PM
I like to call denise a "proprietor of dumbassery".
She certainly could collect taxes on the concept with ignorant statements like the one I quoted.

Thig Lyfe
09-10-2004, 08:45 PM
She certainly could collect taxes on the concept with ignorant statements like the one I quoted.

ROFL

Logical
09-10-2004, 09:38 PM
Sheesh, you had to go interject common sense into the mix. :shake:

It's so much easier and simple to think that the US can sustain itself so f*ck the world. We don't need their oil, or their money, or their markets, or their underpaid labor forces...

The fact is the World Economy needs us more than we need them by a long shot. US economy tanks world wide recession or even depression follows.

Mr. Kotter
09-10-2004, 09:52 PM
The fact is the World Economy needs us more than we need them by a long shot. US economy tanks world wide recession or even depression follows.


Sheesh, you had to go interject common sense into the mix. :shake:

ROFL

PastorMikH
09-10-2004, 09:53 PM
A Kerry victory would mean it would be alot harder to get the world to hate the US because he ain't DUHbya.



A Kerry Victory means the rest of the World feels they can push us around.

bkkcoh
09-10-2004, 09:55 PM
A Kerry Victory means the rest of the World feels they can push us around.


Substitue would for can...... unfortunately..

Logical
09-10-2004, 09:56 PM
A Kerry Victory means the rest of the World feels they can push us around.Exactly

listopencil
09-10-2004, 10:49 PM
meme,

I guess this "Global Poll" is really about how you, personally, interpret what our role is in the world. If you view the political structure of the entire Earth as a web of interdependancies, I could see where you might give a rat's ass what other countries might think. Given your responses in the past, this is probably so. I tend to view people who think this way as weak and unable to accept the responsibility of citizenship in our country.

I tend to view the United States Of America as an extension of myself. I rely on others as much as I need/want to while always avoiding situations that require me to do so. I remain true to my core beliefs and will disassociate from others if their core beliefs conflict too greatly with my own. I know that I have the ultimate authority, and the ultimate responsibility, for every action I take. On a national level, this concept is called "sovereignty" and I will die before I willingly give it up. I will die before I alllow others to give it up. This is not negotiable.

OldTownChief
09-10-2004, 10:56 PM
[QUOTE=listopencil]meme,

I guess this "Global Poll" is really about how you, personally, QUOTE]


I've never seen her post anything that wasnt all about her personally.

Cochise
09-10-2004, 10:59 PM
106 post and still... no one gives a rip what people in China, Thailand, and India think about the election.

KCWolfman
09-11-2004, 07:26 AM
106 post and still... no one gives a rip what people in China, Thailand, and India think about the election.
Some do about France and Germany, but they are the same ones who supported Oil for Lavish Palaces.

Cochise
09-11-2004, 07:27 AM
Some do about France and Germany, but they are the same ones who supported Oil for Lavish Palaces.

Hey, damnit, that's the "Oil for Kofi" program and don't you forget it. :harumph:

InChiefsHell
09-13-2004, 06:39 AM
meme,

I guess this "Global Poll" is really about how you, personally, interpret what our role is in the world. If you view the political structure of the entire Earth as a web of interdependancies, I could see where you might give a rat's ass what other countries might think. Given your responses in the past, this is probably so. I tend to view people who think this way as weak and unable to accept the responsibility of citizenship in our country.

I tend to view the United States Of America as an extension of myself. I rely on others as much as I need/want to while always avoiding situations that require me to do so. I remain true to my core beliefs and will disassociate from others if their core beliefs conflict too greatly with my own. I know that I have the ultimate authority, and the ultimate responsibility, for every action I take. On a national level, this concept is called "sovereignty" and I will die before I willingly give it up. I will die before I alllow others to give it up. This is not negotiable.

Excellent. Well put for a Donk fan!
:thumb:

Calcountry
09-13-2004, 04:26 PM
ROFL

No wonder DUHbya and the Cons went nuts over the 'more leaders' remark. They know its likely true.

http://www.iht.com/articles/537873.html
Please move to Turkministan, register, and vote for Kerry.

Iowanian
09-13-2004, 06:57 PM
Anyone, who is so loved by the "world" must not be viewed as having the best interests of THE UNITED STATES at heart.


I don't recall our constitution giving a butt pickle how France, Camaroon or the Sadr City Neighborhood would like to be the Leader of OUR nation.

InChiefsHell
09-13-2004, 09:17 PM
Well said, Iowanian.

Love your new Av, btw. Every time I read "suck mah baows", I laugh my ass off...

jettio
09-13-2004, 10:40 PM
Lot of ink spilled in this thread. None of it saying that Bush deserves to be respected.

He is so definitely a global laughingstock and everybody knows it is deserved.

Ultra Peanut
09-14-2004, 01:03 AM
Lot of ink spilled in this thread.What? You print this shit out, or something?

InChiefsHell
09-14-2004, 06:13 AM
Lot of ink spilled in this thread. None of it saying that Bush deserves to be respected.

He is so definitely a global laughingstock and everybody knows it is deserved.
Well, gee.
- This thread was not about Bush. Go figure you'd bring him up.
- Name me the country that is laughing at Bush.
- If a poll came out for terrorists, who do you think they would want to win the election?
- John Kerry is an ass-hat, and everybody knows it is deserved. (See, I can be ridiculous too.)