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First text on Sep 18th 2001, 08:52:32 wrote
Leslie about war
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William Perry about war
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elfboi wrote on Nov 14th 2003, 21:57:11 about


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In The Army Now

A vacation in a foreign land
Uncle Sam does the best he can
You're in the army now
Oh, oh, you're in the army now

Now you remember what the draftsman said
Nothing to do all day but stay in bed
You're in the army now
Oh, oh, you're in the army now

You be the hero of the neighborhood
Nobody knows that you left for good
You're in the army now
Oh, oh, you're in the army now

Smiling faces as you wait to land
But once you get there no one gives a damn
You're in the army now
Oh, oh, you're in the army now

Hand grenades flying over your head
Missiles flying over your head
If you want to survive get out of bed
You're in the army now
Oh, oh, you're in the army now

Shots ring out in the dead of night
The sergeant calls (stand up and fight)
You're in the army now
Oh, oh, you're in the army now

You've got your orders better shoot on sight
Your finger's on the trigger
But it don't seem right
You're in the army now
Oh, oh, you're in the army now
You're in the army now
Oh, oh, you're in the army now

Night is falling and you just can't see
Is this illusion or reality
You're in the army now
Oh, oh, you're in the army now
You're in the army now
Oh, oh, you're in the army now

Oh, oh, you're in the army now

MK from Germany wrote on Mar 8th 2005, 16:38:29 about


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The sun is shining and the birds are singing. It is a very beautiful day but not for the twenty young American soldiers. They have to defend the bridge which stands under the warm sun. They try to forget their fears by playing cards and talking about girls. Only Captain Andrew and Sergeant Walter are discussing about a serious problem. They are worried about their mission. They have to defend the bridge with every bullet and every man. If the Germans take the bridge they will have to destroy it. But before they will be allowed to do this they will have done everything to hold the position. They know exactly that many of their men will die during this operation. They rethink their plan and they are concerned about the man who is responsible for the detonation of the bridge. He will have to stay in the background. If the Germans hit him the group will get a big difficulty in destroying the bridge. Captain Andrew takes a look around and he can hear Private Smith talk about his girlfriend. The description of his girlfriend does not get out of his head. What will go into her mind if she hears about the death of her boyfriend? He tries to forget this question but he has no success. He watches his men and he can see happy faces. His men are more able to forget where they are. But he has the responsibility. He cannot forget his duty so easily. He wants to destroy the bridge immediately instead of sending his men into a hopeless situation. Protecting his men is only one duty for him but holding the bridge is the other more important duty for his Colonel. The Captain knows that clever officers attack a tactical target like a bridge during the night. Now he is watching the sun which stands deeply. It is going to become night. He hopes that his men do not see the sun for the last time.

Das Gift wrote on Apr 6th 2003, 01:38:02 about


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A letter from Michael Moore (Author of the book: »Stupid white men« Producer

of the movie: »Bowling for Columbine«) to Mr. W. Bush! If you feel like

forwarding this mail to as many people as possible do not hesitate to do


Monday, March 17, 2003

George W. Bush

1600 Pennsylvania Ave.

Washington, DC

Dear Governor Bush:

So today is what you call »the moment of truththe day that "France and

the rest of world have to show their cards on the table." I'm glad to hear

that this day has finally arrived. Because, I gotta tell ya, having survived

440 days of your lying and conniving, I wasn't sure if I could take much

more. So I'm glad to hear that today is Truth Day, 'cause I got a few truths

I would like to share with you:

1. There is virtually NO ONE in America (talk radio nutters and Fox News

aside) who is gung-ho to go to war. Trust me on this one. Walk out of the

White House and on to any street in America and try to find five people

who are PASSIONATE about wanting to kill Iraqis. YOU WON'T FIND THEM! Why?

'Cause NO Iraqis have ever come here and killed any of us! No Iraqi has

even threatened to do that. You see, this is how we average Americans think:

If a certain so-and-so is not perceived as a threat to our lives, then,

believe it or not, we don't want to kill him! Funny how that works!

2. The majority of Americans – the ones who never elected you – are not

fooled by your weapons of mass distraction. We know what the real issues

are that affect our daily lives – and none of them begin with I or end

in Q. Here's what threatens us: two and a half million jobs lost since you

took office, the stock market having become a cruel joke, no one knowing

if their retirement funds are going to be there, gas now costs almost two

dollars – the list goes on and on. Bombing Iraq will not make any of this

go away. Only you need to go away for things to improve.

3. As Bill Maher said last week, how bad do you have to suck to lose a popularity

contest with Saddam Hussein? The whole world is against you, Mr. Bush. Count

your fellow Americans among them.

4. The Pope has said this war is wrong, that it is a SIN. The Pope! But

even worse, the Dixie Chicks have now come out against you! How bad does

it have to get before you realize that you are an army of one on this war?

Of course, this is a war you personally won't have to fight. Just like when

you went AWOL while the poor were shipped to Vietnam in your place.

5. Of the 535 members of Congress, only ONE (Sen. Johnson of South Dakota)

has an enlisted son or daughter in the armed forces! If you really want

to stand up for America, please send your twin daughters over to Kuwait

right now and let them don their chemical warfare suits. And let's see every

member of Congress with a child of military age also sacrifice their kids

for this war effort. What's that you say? You don't THINK so? Well, hey,

guess what – we don't think so either!

6. Finally, we love France. Yes, they have pulled some royal screw-ups
Yes, some of them can be pretty damn annoying. But have you forgotten we

wouldn't even have this country known as America if it weren't for the French?

That it was their help in the Revolutionary War that won it for us? That

our greatest thinkers and founding fathers – Thomas Jefferson, Ben Franklin,

etc. – spent many years in Paris where they refined the concepts that lead

to our Declaration of Independence and our Constitution? That it was France

who gave us our Statue of Liberty, a Frenchman who built the Chevrolet,

and a pair of French brothers who invented the movies? And now they are

doing what only a good friend can do – tell you the truth about yourself,

straight, no b.s. Quit pissing on the French and thank them for getting

it right for once. You know, you really should have traveled more (like

once) before you took over. Your ignorance of the world has not only made

you look stupid, it has painted you into a corner you can't get out of.

Well, cheer up – there IS good news. If you do go through with this war,

more than likely it will be over soon because I'm guessing there aren't

a lot of Iraqis willing to lay down their lives to protect Saddam Hussein.

After you »win« the war, you will enjoy a huge bump in the popularity polls

as everyone loves a winner – and who doesn't like to see a good ass-whoopin
every now and then (especially when it 's some third world ass!). So try

your best to ride this victory all the way to next year's election. Of course,

that's still a long ways away, so we'll all get to have a good hardy-har-har
while we watch the economy sink even further down the toilet!

But, hey, who knows – maybe you'll find Osama a few days before the election!

See, start thinking like THAT! Keep hope alive! Kill Iraqis – they got

our oil!!


Michael Moore <>

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