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Camac
Posted: 25-May-2008, 04:56 PM
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JC.

I just had a brilliant idea lightbulb.gif  lightbulb.gif . I will become Prime Minister order the Govenor General to invade and conquer the U.S.  rolleyes.gif turn you all into good Monarchist, kick Osamas'  osama.gif butt, set up a welfare state then retire.
Hows' that grab yah?

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You may not have to invade us for that to happen. I believe we are capable of accomplishing it from within. My concern that the Monarch will be "King George"! If you want to invade though, now would be the best time. Our troops are mostly out of the country.

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You don't have to worry about old King George. He was a Hanoverian and we got rid of that branch of the family. Its the \House of Windsor now and strictly a figure- head. Guess what most of our troops are out of the country also. That blows that idea. Question. Does your Constitution say that the Head of State is the Commander in Chief or is that just a tradition that has become set?

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I was talking about ''our" George.

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I will have to read it again but as I recall, That is one of the presidential duties spelled out in the Constitution.

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Your George? Hell he wouldn't even make a good Keeper of the Royal Chamber Pot.

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Posted: 25-May-2008, 05:54 PM
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True, but that isn't the opinion he hollds of himself!

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QUOTE (Camac @ 25-May-2008, 01:21 PM)
If I may go off subject for just a moment.

It has just occurred to me that tomorrow 26 May is your Menorial Day and I would like to say:

To all the Warrior Sons and Daughters, Husbands and Wives, Brothers and Sister of the U. S. Armed forces from an old one time soldier I Slatue you and Honour you. May the Creator of all watch over and protect you and your Families.


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You’ll be happy to know that I’m flying “Old Glory” correctly today, in honor of those who have fallen for her, instead of flying it upside down, (which is what my gut keeps telling me to do).

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Posted: 26-May-2008, 01:46 PM
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I look forward to the Clinton/Obama pair as the Democratic team to lead the next administration. They are two of the smartest people in politics. It will be a refreshing change from Dumb and Dumberer.

OMG Clinton and smart in the same breath, you MUST be kidding! I heard her in a National interview asked what the best advise she had ever recieved was. Her reply was that someone (I dont recall who she said it was) had given her advice on her wardrobe. The woman cant even pick her own clothes effectively yet she thinks she is smart enough to run an entire nation. Besides her Husband had the chance to get Bin Laden and did not. Syria was ready to turn him over and Clinton said "No thanks!" How is that for smart. if Hillary is so smart then why did she marry a loser like Bill anyway?


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Posted: 26-May-2008, 03:15 PM
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OMG Clinton and smart in the same breath, you MUST be kidding! I heard her in a National interview asked what the best advise she had ever recieved was. Her reply was that someone (I dont recall who she said it was) had given her advice on her wardrobe. The woman cant even pick her own clothes effectively yet she thinks she is smart enough to run an entire nation. Besides her Husband had the chance to get Bin Laden and did not. Syria was ready to turn him over and Clinton said "No thanks!" How is that for smart. if Hillary is so smart then why did she marry a loser like Bill anyway?

She is a typical politician. They tell you what their advisors have determined most of the people want to hear. The advisors "write the play." The politician is the "actor" who goes out and puts on the show. All the participants make money (today) At the federal level it works that way! Even the "actors" pay themselves to run for office. We are certainly in the pits compared to what our forefathers envisioned.

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QUOTE (Camac @ 25-May-2008, 01:50 PM)

Our Remembrance Day is Nov.11 the day and time of the ending of the 1st WW.
The 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month. 1918.

Greetings and my respects to all the vets past, present and future.

We celebrate on November 11th too, at least I think it's done here state by state. It's called Armistice Day in Rhode Island where I grew up. I remember my father teaching us to recite "In Flanders Fields", and we wore the little paper poppies to school. Before I could really understand what it was about, it was a very solemn thing for us.
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Our Remembrance Day is Nov.11  the day and time of the ending of the 1st WW.
The 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month. 1918.

Greetings and my respects to all the vets past, present and future.

We celebrate on November 11th too, at least I think it's done here state by state. It's called Armistice Day in Rhode Island where I grew up. I remember my father teaching us to recite "In Flanders Fields", and we wore the little paper poppies to school. Before I could really understand what it was about, it was a very solemn thing for us.

I remember the paper poppy's. I think we paid a nickle (?) for them. I gave up most of my "cherry cokes" which cost 10 cents, to buy poppy's. They were supposed to be made by disabled vets. I hadn't thought of that in years.

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QUOTE (Patch @ 26-May-2008, 11:01 PM)
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Our Remembrance Day is Nov.11  the day and time of the ending of the 1st WW.
The 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month. 1918.

Greetings and my respects to all the vets past, present and future.

We celebrate on November 11th too, at least I think it's done here state by state. It's called Armistice Day in Rhode Island where I grew up. I remember my father teaching us to recite "In Flanders Fields", and we wore the little paper poppies to school. Before I could really understand what it was about, it was a very solemn thing for us.

I remember the paper poppy's. I think we paid a nickle (?) for them. I gave up most of my "cherry cokes" which cost 10 cents, to buy poppy's. They were supposed to be made by disabled vets. I hadn't thought of that in years.

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In Flanders Fields

In Flanders Fields the poppys grow
Between the crosses, row on row
That mark our place
And in the sky
The Larks still singing bravely fly
Scarce heard amidst the guns below.

We are the dead
Short days ago we lived
Felt dawn, saw sunsets glow
Loved and were loved
And now we lie
In Flanders Fields

Take up our quarrel
With the foe
To you from failing hands
We throw the torch held high
If ye break faith with us who die
We shall not sleep
Though poppys grow
In Flanders Fields

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Posted: 27-May-2008, 07:32 AM
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Excellent, I have vague memories of that too.

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Posted: 27-May-2008, 09:13 AM
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Posted: 27-May-2008, 09:35 AM
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I honestly don't know who I am going to vote for this time around. It is sad that we have how many millions of Americans and this is all we get?! I have always voted Republican in the past but there is no one I particularly like at this point in time. And I definitely don't like any of the democrats, especially Hillary. She grates on my nerves enough as it is. Plus I find her to change her views as often as Basken Robbins changes its ice cream flavors. It is kind of like what will the people "want to hear" kind of thing. A friend emailed me this fun test or whatever you want to call it and I found the results very interesting. Most people told me after they took it, it pretty much matched who they were thinking of in the first place. So have a little fun in the midst of a very serious topic. wink.gif smile.gif

Subject: 'find your candidate'

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> The following is an interesting exercise.... You answer a few questions
> then click the 'find your candidate button' and the program selects the candidate who's
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> http://www.wqad.com/Global/link.asp?L=259460

Mitt Romney? Thats who the thing said I most agree with.

Agree
Immigration
Taxes
Abortion
Social Security
Line-Item Veto
Energy
Marriage
Death Penalty
Education
Disagree
Iraq
Stem-Cell Research
Health Care
Gun Control
Environment

That is based on the choices given. But on the issue of Iraq they did not list the favored solution I have...Turn Iraq into a Parking Lot then give the keys to Israel.
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I think we need two quality candidates. Perhaps an older guy who appeals to the mature generation. Then a younger guy with different ideas and maybe even a different color.

The perfect matchup? Howdy Doody vs Kermit. Two very popular talking heads.


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I think we need two quality candidates. Perhaps an older guy who appeals to the mature generation. Then a younger guy with different ideas and maybe even a different color.

The perfect matchup? Howdy Doody vs Kermit. Two very popular talking heads.

That would be an improvement over what we have available to choose from today.

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I think we need two quality candidates. Perhaps an older guy who appeals to the mature generation. Then a younger guy with different ideas and maybe even a different color.

The perfect matchup? Howdy Doody vs Kermit. Two very popular talking heads.

No way because 8 years later Miss.. Piggy would run! ROFLOL
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Better Miss Piggy than Hillary.


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