Shout out to the 4th ID!
Yeah, I watched TV for two hours before I decided to post anything.Michele Zone said:A tad slow, aren't you? I was given this by a friend at 3:30am my time. (But you were probably doing something silly, like sleeping <wink>.)
Iraqis have made comments like this in interviews. They seem to take martyrdom very seriously and really take this as a sign of his cowardice. Personally I'm glad he's still alive (in a political way) just because it prevents martyrdom, he gets to have a trial showing the Arab world what an evil leader he was, and hopefully he'll spill the beans on WMD's and other evil dictator secrets.At least Hitler had the balls to kill himself.
That is the lead track on the new Indigo Girls CD "Haliburton Death Camp" if the rumor is true. I hear Sen John Kerry sings the refrain and plays lead tamborine.Originally posted by Dan ...Boooo! Free Saddam! Free Tibet! Free Mumia! Free Peltier! Free the Lackawanna Six! Boooooo! No blood for oil! No blood for oil! Boooooo!...
Expropriating (a great socialist word) the "lefter than thou" hat from Dan:Arab world what an evil leader he was, and hopefully he'll spill the beans on WMD's and other evil dictator secrets.
In 1990-91, when I was in Saudi Arabia, I was purchasing gas for about 30 cents a gallon. It is a day's drive from Saudi Arabia even to northern Iraq. Shipping is not that expensive.Jeff said:I don't get how charging (was it $3.00) a gallon for guaranteed delivery of gas in a war zone is an overcharge.
What is it $2.50 in CA
The left wing Looney Tunes will never give up will they.
That was Saudi Arabia. Not exactly a war-ravaged nation. Were there daily gas lines when you were there? Were tanker drivers being shot by insurgents? Were pipelines being sabotaged?Cardinal said:In 1990-91, when I was in Saudi Arabia, I was purchasing gas for about 30 cents a gallon. It is a day's drive from Saudi Arabia even to northern Iraq. Shipping is not that expensive.