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    Re: Did This Political Cartoon Cross The Line?

    Quote Originally Posted by Fat Pang
    Worry not Dez, no intention of posting it. You watching Scotland Vs France?
    hell yes I am watching Scotland 13 - 0 so far but the French are getting stronger



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    Re: Did This Political Cartoon Cross The Line?

    Looking good Dez', looking good..............

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    Re: Did This Political Cartoon Cross The Line?

    When they start getting punchy in the 2nd half you know they are beat. Taylor's looking good, hope he plays a full 6 nations this year.

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    Re: Did This Political Cartoon Cross The Line?

    Scotland 20 France 3

    what a fantastic ruck


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    Re: Did This Political Cartoon Cross The Line?

    Defence looks fantastic, barring a "..try from the ends of the earth..", I think this is looking very good.

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    Re: Did This Political Cartoon Cross The Line?

    20 - 11 and the Scots are getting tired


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    Re: Did This Political Cartoon Cross The Line?

    French just scored again ...... but missed the conversion Scotland 20 France 17.
    3 minutes to go


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    Re: Did This Political Cartoon Cross The Line?

    SCOLAND WIN


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    Re: Did This Political Cartoon Cross The Line?

    scotland Win


    oh My Heart


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    Re: Did This Political Cartoon Cross The Line?

    Congratulations Scotland!


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    Re: Did This Political Cartoon Cross The Line?

    "While The Post and some of its readers may not agree with the war or its conduct, these men and women and their families are owed the decency of not having a cartoon make light of their tremendous physical sacrifices." and, "As the joint chiefs, we rarely put our hand to one letter, but we cannot let this reprehensible cartoon go unanswered".
    While I respect the JCoS, they need a lesson in reading comprehension if they think this cartoon is making light of the sacrificies made by soldiers in our Armed Forces. This cartoon is clearly aimed at Rumsfeld's comments, not at the soldiers.

    Furthermore, if it's wrong for a cartoonist to use soldiers in this manner, why is it okay for George Bush to, during the State of the Union, use the letter of a dead soldier during his speech and invite the soldier's family for added emotional affect? Where is the letter condemning that use of our soldiers' sacrifice, I wonder?

    Apparently it's reprehensible for a cartoonist to reference a soldier when making a point, but the President can do it when making his. How interesting.


    In thinking about Rumsfeld's remarks, he said, "what came soon to mind was the catastrophic level of injuries the Army and members of the armed services have sustained . . . I thought my portrayal of it was a fair depiction of the reality of the situation".
    Couldn't agree more.
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    Re: Did This Political Cartoon Cross The Line?

    Quote Originally Posted by RamsFanSam
    Coy, in this case I think transposition of words would be more appropriate:

    "The evil of two lessers"

    Strongly disagree with you RFS. I think your statement illustrates clearly the weakness of the liberals today. They cannot give Bush any credit for anything. All I hear is a refrain of hatred from 2nd guessers.

    And it is reflected in the same dilemma that some of my liberal friends face in dealing with the Islamic cartoon issue. There's been a near-dearth of comments on this issue from the liberal blogs... and the liberal media are too cowardly to show the toons. Dhimmitude suits them well.


    I don't think Bush or Kerry are evil (metaphor aside). They both have their faults. But I remember Jimmy Carter's weakness today, and his weakness is partly responsible for the situation we face today in Iran.

    Isn't there a saying like, "all that evil needs to triumph is for good men to do nothing"? Carter was a do nothing.
    So is Kerry.

    Kerry is a weak man. He's intelligent, well spoken, etc., as was Carter, but not the guy I want in the trenches.

    And, as some of you guys have begun to finally figure out, this nation, and Europe are in a war. (No, not Iraq.)

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