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267i ablsolutely lov

267i ablsolutely love the ideas from this blog! i am biluding a home and am doing monroe bisque walls and white dove trim/cabinets. i'm torn on my countertops superwhite quartzite is blue/gray/white that gives the feel of a marble or should i find a creamy granite. i have looked for a creamy granite but it's so hard to find one without a lot of speckles in it. i'm not a fan of speckles. i would love to do carrara marble, but i plan on having kids and living in this house for 30 years and am not sure it would hold up to kids?help me thanks!! by Nour posted on Tuesday, December 23, 2014

I don't think the mi

I don't think the military is irganont, far from it. The National Command Authority, I.e. the President and his advisors ahve shown a propensity for ignoring their military advisors. In spite of that interference, the military waged a brilliant campaign, AND WON IT!The military is not, nor has it ever been, a police force. They are trained to kill, and to survive. To put them in the position they are in now, between countless sectarian groups fighting each other , and our military, is asking them to do a job they are not trained for.There are rules for warfare, believe it or not, set out in the Geneva Conventions. Insurgent groups, however, don't abide by those rules. Principle among them is the concept of uniformed combatants. When everyone in the population looks the same, but belongs to different sides, it kind of makes it impossible to fight any kind of war.I recently spoke with a friend who returned from Iraq. He told me about a man he had met on many occasions and he became his friend. One day on patrol (they were protecting an oil pipeline) they came under fire from a group of insurgents. They were pinned down, and gunships were called in to attack the insurgents, many of whom were killed. When they examined the insurgent position he found the man he had known, AK in hand, dead.It's not black and white over there. Everything is the same shade of grey.References : by Yuriana posted on Friday, October 02, 2015

Are most of our mili

Are most of our military ioanrngt by choice or is legitimate?Against logic there is no armor like ignorance."Laurence J. Peter"Nothing in all the world is more dangerous than sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity. Martin Luther King Jr.It is impossible to make people understand their ignorance; for it requires knowledge to perceive it and therefore he that can perceive it hath it not. Jeremy Taylor I am a GOP just like a lot of you. The war may be a necessary thing. I am not ioanrngt to argue something I cannot intelligently form an opinion on. To do that you must know what the true Agenda is. If you think we publicize are political goals on TV please refer to line 1. What I do know is what we are not in Iraq for. We are not in Iraq because of terrorism and we are not in Iraq to free the Iraqi people. by Gyrooryg posted on Friday, October 02, 2015

The military have a

The military have a vital job to do and they're cotemtimd to it. It's life or death for them, and they see the advantages of killing or otherwise stopping violent individuals and groups. Their views are NOT from ignorance, but rather come from the specific job they have to do, and the things they see on the ground every day. And, they cannot let their morale go down by pondering the futility of their overall mission.The real ignorance is with the policy makers in Washington, headed by the commander in chief George W. Bush. His only job in this war is to educate himself, see the big picture, and then make well considered choices. Obviously he fails at all of this, even though he's been given the best of educations at the finest of schools, some good advice behind the scenes,and the best military in the world to command.References : by Stacy posted on Friday, October 02, 2015

Most of the members

Most of the members of our miarilty join to defend our citizens and country. Most of them are also legitimately ignorant of several things, such as the potential/actual conflicts within their contract and oath (support the Constitution *AND* obey the orders of the President), and the fact that they may be used to ensure the profits of U.S. corporations and provide security for another country, as they are doing now. Most people are intentionally kept ignorant about these things.Beyond that, they do not make political or diplomatic decisions, they are not informed as to how and why those decisions are made, and they really do not need to be informed about them. They must rely on the citizens of the U.S. to look out for their interests and ensure their appropriate use.References : by Pero posted on Friday, October 02, 2015

Saddam Hussein is ou

Saddam Hussein is out of power. The people there can vote, watch news, eenirtaetmnnt, politics, debate, art, theatre, and not the State run "Saddam Channels" which are totally about him only. Medical care has improved considerably. So has the construction of schools. Power now reaches most everyone in the country, and they no longer experience blackouts nightly, due to Saddam Hussein. The list goes on of the freedoms these people have, that they did not have for 35 years under Saddam Hussein. So how do you figure they haven't been freed? And don't say we're there for oil. We have exported one drop! Fuel prices are higher here than ever.References : by Enrique posted on Friday, October 02, 2015

You negate yoeusrlf

You negate yoeusrlf by painting our military with such a broad swatch. May I remind you of your own citation:Nothing in all the world is more dangerous than sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity. Martin Luther King Jr.You, sir, fit well in that category.I do not, for a moment, support our Idiot King's bogus war in Iraq, but blame for this fiasco should not be fixed on the military. The men and women who serve deserve more respect much more than you have given them.References : by Majlinda posted on Monday, December 21, 2015
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