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Submitted by shayna (United States), Nov 12, 2007 at 15:44

We have enough damn dams and bridges in the US that are in dire need of repair. Let the Iraq government spent their money they have (they dang straight aren't helping out the people of iraq with their money). We have so many pepole here in the US that could darn well use some of that flippin money we are spending in iraq and other muslim countries? Why are we such fools, when we know darn well when we give hand outs to these people they take it with one hand and use the other hand to stab us in the back.

America is so confounded messed up and for what reason? Only to appease our well known enemies. Who really gives a tinkers dang what those two faces of satan think about us? American's need to take back the US from our own two faced government , put our nations laws back in effect and slap those that oppose our GOD given rights and the rights of our country (mainly out sick government and anti Americans that are taking us down their primrose paths, their path's will only lead us to complete destruction if we don't stand up and say enough is enough. I just hope and pray our next president has the guts to stand up for this country and tell those that are hell bent on destroying us to take a long walk off a short pier and straightens out this mess we are in including this mess right here at home.

NO MORE HAND OUTS TO OTHER COUNTRIES (EXCLUDING ISRAEL) TILL WE TAKE CARE OF OUR BORDERS AND OUR OWN PEOPLE!

We also need to keep our nose out of Israel's business and stand with then on NOT giving up any more of their land to these thugs that slam rockets into their country daily. Israel has ever right to retaliate by any means possible "TALK IS CHEAP AND SO ARE THOSE IN ALL GOVERNMENTS WORLD WIDE."

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American Invasion on Iraq was the Biggest Mistake Since Vietnam [59 words]Nadhim MohammedNov 24, 2015 01:52226529
1The real victims [49 words]dhimmi no moreNov 24, 2015 07:17226529
Exactly the truth! [255 words]GWKNov 21, 2007 21:47114300
15 meters? [46 words]downstreamNov 27, 2007 10:23114300
Dam problem [145 words]always rightNov 13, 2007 17:37113645
Must Leave Iraq [104 words]MichaelNov 13, 2007 16:40113642
Saddam's Damn Dam [262 words]Kim SegarNov 13, 2007 14:07113637
Dang It! [331 words]shaynaNov 12, 2007 15:44113610
Teach the Iraqis how to sue the "German-Italian, Saudi funded Consortium" that built it? [134 words]RPaineNov 11, 2007 13:28113569
Time to go [126 words]Yuval Brandstetter MDNov 10, 2007 15:33113548
Prophetic Implications in the Shadow of the Dam [945 words]M. ToveyNov 13, 2007 12:21113548
Preempt the conspiracy risk [329 words]Lee M.Nov 9, 2007 23:03113533
Noah's Ark? [53 words]Vince MNov 9, 2007 13:54113516
enough [152 words]chuck byardNov 9, 2007 11:50113514
Not only, but also [30 words]MarkNov 12, 2007 17:33113514
"Social Work" [127 words]M. BouffantNov 9, 2007 03:08113503
Resulte of American Presence [173 words]E. N. Mayfield, Jr.Nov 10, 2007 03:42113503
Thou art so wrong [154 words]Yuval Brandstetter MDNov 11, 2007 16:29113503
Colin Powell [31 words]Steve J.Nov 9, 2007 02:49113502
Pottery Barn rule [41 words]Bill TempletonNov 9, 2007 16:24113502
What?? [144 words]donvanNov 16, 2007 09:07113502
Damn Dam [41 words]E. N. Mayfield, Jr.Nov 9, 2007 02:30113500
Geology Exemplified at Its Worst [126 words]Christopher J. SchuberthNov 8, 2007 22:23113494
Our New Embassy [24 words]KathyNov 8, 2007 21:42113491
Damn Dam that Damn Saddam [233 words]Seamus MacNemiNov 8, 2007 19:43113470
Consequences if One Does, or One Does Not [255 words]M. ToveyNov 8, 2007 17:16113465
The Germans built it - let them fix it [13 words]HbowmanNov 8, 2007 16:46113463
Purpose of War [25 words]Mike LevineNov 8, 2007 16:31113461
True... [114 words]donvanNov 9, 2007 10:35113461
Empty the reservoir! [37 words]Ron KilmartinNov 8, 2007 15:01113436
Another example .... [105 words]donvanNov 8, 2007 16:33113436
surging success? [117 words]G.VishvasNov 8, 2007 11:50113430
caught in the Iraqi-occupation dilemma? [169 words]Charles MartelNov 8, 2007 10:45113425
Saddam's sad folly [247 words]Rebecca MouldsNov 8, 2007 08:54113418
but why is the US there? [63 words]roslyn estherNov 8, 2007 08:53113417
what's in a name? [449 words]DrewNov 8, 2007 08:46113415
Did Somebody Call A Prophet From G-D? [128 words]Seamus MacNemiNov 8, 2007 20:14113415
Amalekites, Saddam Hussien, and King Saul [730 words]jennifer solisNov 9, 2007 15:25113415
But what was the commandment? [277 words]DrewNov 15, 2007 10:19113415
Salvation is the Almighty's Gift [132 words]jennifer solisNov 16, 2007 13:56113415
Saddam's Dam [171 words]J. GutknechtNov 8, 2007 08:45113414
Saddam's Damn Dam - handing over responsiblilty to avoid blame - impossible [143 words]DW Tony PattersonNov 8, 2007 07:48113412
Do what we must.... [194 words]Ron RotemNov 8, 2007 07:46113411
Seeing clearly [81 words]Mary ConnorNov 8, 2007 06:44113409
Dam Saddam's Dam? [99 words]Ian CampbellNov 8, 2007 06:07113394
Since a decade Iran and Iraq were eachothers #1 enemy! And now they are best friends? [194 words]zari namdarNov 8, 2007 05:04113391
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Saddam's Dam [154 words]Donald W. BalesNov 7, 2007 21:20113374

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