Celsius 41.11

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I dont know about you, but im gonna vote for a dictator now!
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Male 11
That was michael moore`s actual voice saying that there isn`t a terrorist threat in america. That`s enough for me, i`m voting for bush.
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Male 490
You sure are, guy. You sure are.
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Male 570
How dare you call me a philistine!...I am more of a barbarian!
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Male 178
"Wow..Ragdrazi has a good point....no wait, he is full of sh*t!"

Dont worry about this. When the philistines have nothing to add, they usually resort to this kind of tripe.

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Male 490
I see.
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Male 570
Wow..Ragdrazi has a good point....no wait, he is full of sh*t! :-P
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Male 490
Iraq tearing itself to pieces.

Now I want you to ask yourself just exactly which one of us has brain damage in this conversation?

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Male 490
We’ve taken a situation in which the people of Iraq knew they would live if only they worshiped Saddam, to one in which they wake up every day not knowing if a car bomb’s about to take out their bedroom. We took a stable, though brutal, dictatorship and turned it into a complete chaotic nightmare of death. You know, I don’t say any this to defend Saddam. He does deserve death. What I’m trying to say is that before you subject people to this level of sh*t, with current civilian casualty estimates between 13,000 and 15,000, you’d better make damn well sure your right, and you’d better make damn well sure that you’ve exhausted all peaceful options. This president did neither. Oh yeah, and we now ourselves have the piddlely little matter of our own 1000 dead. And Bush’s own estimates say that as the best case scenario, were going to have years of continued bloodshed, followed by a succession of weak governments. The worst case scenario is
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Male 490
freedom. Which means you can like that dictator, but only so far as dictators go.
Now let’s fast forward to today. Currently, the Iraqi people have a prime minister they did not elect, who has less then 2% of the popular support, and who actually personally murdered for Saddam. Go back and re-read that sentence and let it sink in. The guy chopping off fingers in that video? That’s the person we currently have running Iraq. How does that make you feel about Bush? But more importantly, how does that make the Iraqis feel about us? And how does that effect the claim that we went in to instill democracy? Especially given the resent Taliban like behavior of the Iraqi government.
Before, under Saddam, you would die if you gave the appearance of apposing him. Now, under the current murderer, you will die if you give the appearance of going to the store to get some milk. It’s a question of relative levels of sh*t.
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Male 490
If I might be allowed a second rant. It seems like they took pretty far out of context what that woman had to say, and I think that it does deserve an explanation. The fact is that Saddam was an evil sh*t nugget. But it’s also a fact that under Saddam’s rule his people had health care, rights for women, the right to worship which ever god you chose. That doesn’t take away from the fact that we was evil, but it’s something you have to understand. You know, the CIA did a personality analysis of this guy, and the conclusion they came to was that he was not a madman, but a very shrewd calculating dictator, who knew when and how to kill his own people in order to assure their loyalty. He killed them when they showed any signs of standing up against him, and that means if you gave no signs of apposing him, you would survive. Now that’s a sh*t situation, no doubt, but it’s one you can live through, if only your smart. Live though and even have an ounce of f
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Male 1,407
It`s a total misrepresentation of the majority of anti-war supporters. I have always been against this war, but that doesn`t mean I`m pro-dictatorship or pro-Saddam. Ragdrazi`s right, most of us are glad that Saddam is out of power.
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Male 490
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Male 490
Yeah! How dare you say that about pots!! Or is that kettles. . .
Anyway, looks like some pretty severe mischaracterizations of the left`s positions on issues. I can`t speak for every protestor, but our position is that it is good that Saddam is out of power. But that you cannot attack a country that has not posed a threat to your own, because then the entire world system of law and justice begins to break down. And the truth is that Bush received just a plethora of information in the run up to war telling him that his intelligence was faulty. Brain begins to die? I mean come on! We attacked the country that is the historical seat of the Muslim faith and every justification has been shown false. We didn`t even follow through on all peaceful options! How do you think that helps terrorist recruitment? How was that smart of us? How does that make us safe? The fact is Bush has said many times that we need to attack countries BEFORE they become threats. Funny. Terrorists say that too.
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Male 570
IS that a rascist comment!?!
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Male 143
lol, pot calling the kettle black i see :-)
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Female 406
It`s about the lies Michael Moore put in Farenheit 911.
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Male 570
Link: Celsius 41.11 [Rate Link] - I dont know about you, but im gonna vote for a dictator now!

I have no idea what this movie is about :-P

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