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== 1 of 19 ==
Date: Sat, Feb 13 2010 3:34 pm
From: Curly Surmudgeon


On Sat, 13 Feb 2010 11:50:21 -0600, grey_ghost471-newsgroups@yahoo.com
(Gray Ghost) wrote:

> Curly Surmudgeon <CurlySurmudgeon@live.com> wrote in news:hl5bav$rpt$1
> @news.eternal-september.org:
>
>>> How many Mach Plus nuclear capable jet interceptors are you qualified
>>> to fly?
>>
>> Today? None. Bush was still too stupid to survive real combat.
>> That's why Poppy Bush pulled strings to get him in the FANG's.
>>
>> --
>> Regards, Curly
>
> At any point in your sorry, miserable experience. Nice evasion.

Why would you expect me to provide any personal information so that you
can attempt to make an issue to further cloud Bush's desertion?

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== 2 of 19 ==
Date: Sat, Feb 13 2010 3:35 pm
From: grey_ghost471-newsgroups@yahoo.com (Gray Ghost)


Curly Surmudgeon <CurlySurmudgeon@live.com> wrote in news:hl7cgl$alm$2
@news.eternal-september.org:

> On Sat, 13 Feb 2010 12:07:55 -0600, grey_ghost471-newsgroups@yahoo.com
> (Gray Ghost) wrote:
>
>> Curly Surmudgeon <CurlySurmudgeon@live.com> wrote in news:hl5b73$t42$12
>> @news.eternal-september.org:
>>
>>> Bush43 was a deserter and should have been put to a firing squad.
>>>
>>>
>> Oddly enough the military didn't thinl so. Is your point that you are
>> smarter and more morally evolved than the US military?
>
> When was Bush tried by the Military?
>

My point exactly.

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== 3 of 19 ==
Date: Sat, Feb 13 2010 3:35 pm
From: grey_ghost471-newsgroups@yahoo.com (Gray Ghost)


Curly Surmudgeon <CurlySurmudgeon@live.com> wrote in news:hl7ck9$alm$3
@news.eternal-september.org:

> On Sat, 13 Feb 2010 10:02:34 -0600, grey_ghost471-newsgroups@yahoo.com
> (Gray Ghost) wrote:
>
>> Curly Surmudgeon <CurlySurmudgeon@live.com> wrote in news:hl5hqi$rpt$17
>> @news.eternal-september.org:
>>
>>> On Sat, 13 Feb 2010 04:54:56 +0000, Curly Surmudgeon
>>><CurlySurmudgeon@live.com> wrote:
>>>
>>>> ... your hero Bill Clinton ...
>>>
>>> This is yet another reason I disrespect you. You make shit up out of
>>> thin air and begin waving your fantasies as if they had any
>>> relationship to reality.
>>>
>>>
>> Really? I made Bill Clinton up out of thin air?
>
> You needn't play dumb, you are.
>
>> And I don't want nor need the respect of some piec e of shit who runs
>> off to foreign countries to live and then attacks his betters who remain
>> here, fucktard.
>
> Yes, change the thread/subject/topic with attacks when nailed on issues.
> Yet another reason I disrespect you.
>

Oh please. Not quite, but your evasions are noted noted.

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And Janet Napolitano nervous.

Which should tell you all you need to know about Democrats. How can one
restore America to greatness if greatness makes you uncomfortable?


== 4 of 19 ==
Date: Sat, Feb 13 2010 3:37 pm
From: grey_ghost471-newsgroups@yahoo.com (Gray Ghost)


Curly Surmudgeon <CurlySurmudgeon@live.com> wrote in news:hl7cqi$alm$4
@news.eternal-september.org:

>
>>> HOw does Bush43 flying refute his desertion? Be precise.
>>
>> As I said, there is clearly a difference of opinion on what happened in
>> his last year. The Air Force, however, didn't feel it was desertion as
>> he wasn't charged with a crime.
>
> When was Bush tried for his desertion?

My point exactly. Apparently the US military does not agree with your
assessment of the situation.

>
>> And I've never seen one of you scumbags actually admit that Bush did
>> enlist, train and fly alerts. So, you are clearly the deluded one.
>
> What does that have to do with BUsh43's desertion?

Since he didn't desert, eve4rything.

>
>>>>>>> Point was that he qualified to fly F-102s. Very few of them went
>>>>>>> to Nam, however as they were mostly ineffectual.
>>>>>
>>>>> Right. That's where Poppy Bush put him knowing he was too stupid to
>>>>> survive real combat. Even then Bush43 deserted.
>>>>
>>>> How many Mach Plus nuclear capable jet interceptors are you qualified
>>>> to fly?
>>>
>>> Today? None. Bush was still too stupid to survive real combat.
>>> That's why Poppy Bush pulled strings to get him in the FANG's.
>>>
>>>
>> So is it that ANG is for stupid pilots or are you suggesting that stupid
>> people can learn to fly Mach Plus, nuclear capable jet interceptors?
>>
>> How many Mach Plus, nuclear capable jet interceptors are you rated for?
>>
>> You must be one DUMB MOTHERFUCKER if Bush43 can do a technical job that
>> you can't.
>
> I'd wager that my flying skills are at least the equal of Bush's and
> superior to yours. How does that relate to his desertion?

Now that's funny. And what are you rated for, shitbird?

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God, guns and guts made America great.

And Janet Napolitano nervous.

Which should tell you all you need to know about Democrats. How can one
restore America to greatness if greatness makes you uncomfortable?


== 5 of 19 ==
Date: Sat, Feb 13 2010 3:38 pm
From: grey_ghost471-newsgroups@yahoo.com (Gray Ghost)


Curly Surmudgeon <CurlySurmudgeon@live.com> wrote in news:hl7cun$alm$5
@news.eternal-september.org:

> On Sat, 13 Feb 2010 11:50:21 -0600, grey_ghost471-newsgroups@yahoo.com
> (Gray Ghost) wrote:
>
>> Curly Surmudgeon <CurlySurmudgeon@live.com> wrote in news:hl5bav$rpt$1
>> @news.eternal-september.org:
>>
>>>> How many Mach Plus nuclear capable jet interceptors are you qualified
>>>> to fly?
>>>
>>> Today? None. Bush was still too stupid to survive real combat.
>>> That's why Poppy Bush pulled strings to get him in the FANG's.
>>>
>>> --
>>> Regards, Curly
>>
>> At any point in your sorry, miserable experience. Nice evasion.
>
> Why would you expect me to provide any personal information so that you
> can attempt to make an issue to further cloud Bush's desertion?
>

Wow, you have trouble walking? I mean being so lame. Personal information my
ass.

Can you fly an airplane? Did you fly for the military? Answer the questions,
liar.

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And Janet Napolitano nervous.

Which should tell you all you need to know about Democrats. How can one
restore America to greatness if greatness makes you uncomfortable?


== 6 of 19 ==
Date: Sat, Feb 13 2010 3:40 pm
From: Curly Surmudgeon


On Sat, 13 Feb 2010 11:06:40 -0600, "RD (The Sandman)"
<rdsandman(spamlock)@comcast.net> wrote:

> Curly Surmudgeon <CurlySurmudgeon@live.com> wrote in news:hl5bf4$rpt$2
> @news.eternal-september.org:
>
>> On Fri, 12 Feb 2010 11:07:22 -0600, "RD (The Sandman)"
>> <rdsandman(spamlock)@comcast.net> wrote:
>>
>>> Curly Surmudgeon <CurlySurmudgeon@live.com> wrote in
>>> news:hl1v1p$40v$6@news.eternal-september.org:
>>>
>>>> On Thu, 11 Feb 2010 15:59:18 -0600, "RD (The Sandman)"
>>>> <rdsandman(spamlock)@comcast.net> wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> grey_ghost471-newsgroups@yahoo.com (Gray Ghost) wrote in
>>>>> news:Xns9D1CA4A60BCF4Wereofftoseethewizrd@216.196.97.142:
>>>>>
>>>>>> "RD (The Sandman)" <rdsandman(spamlock)@comcast.net> wrote in
>>>>>> news:Xns9D1C81088AACAhopewell@216.196.97.130:
>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Curly Surmudgeon <CurlySurmudgeon@live.com> wrote in
>>>>>>> news:hl1fq0$v7o$1 @news.eternal-september.org:
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> On Thu, 11 Feb 2010 11:05:17 -0600,
>>>>>>>> grey_ghost471-newsgroups@yahoo.com (Gray Ghost) wrote:
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> Curly Surmudgeon <CurlySurmudgeon@live.com> wrote in
>>>>>>>>> news:hkv21h$ha4$5 @news.eternal-september.org:
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>> On Wed, 10 Feb 2010 09:05:28 -0800, "Kurgan Gringioni"
>>>>>>>>>><kgringioni@hotmail.com> wrote:
>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>> "Nunya Bidnits" <nunyabidnits@eternal-september.invalid> wrote
>>>>>>>>>>> in message news:hkth90$p7m$1@news.eternal-september.org...
>>>>>>>>>>>> Community Disorganizer said:
>>>>>>>>>>>>> On 09 Feb 2010, Too_Many_Tools <too_many_tools@yahoo.com>
>>>>>>>>>>>>> posted some news:700bcccc-420a-4ae1-
>>>>>>>>>>>>> be7c-2d67ea569947@m31g2000yqb.googlegroups.com:
>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>> RIP
>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>> That's what the old conniving bastard probably heard last.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>> RIIIIP!
>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>> Too much pork!
>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>> You disrespect a guy who was risking his life on the
>>>>>>>>>>>> battlefield and earning a Medal of Honor while you cowered
> like
>>>>>>>>>>>> a sissygirl chickenshit under your bed. Die, scumbag. And may
>>>>>>>>>>>> Fred Phelps visit your funeral.
>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>> Whoa, I didn't know that he had received the Medal of Honor.
>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>> "Murtha left the Marines in 1955. He remained in the Reserves
>>>>>>>>>> after his discharge from active duty until he volunteered for
>>>>>>>>>> service in the Vietnam War, serving from 1966 to 1967, serving
> as
>>>>>>>>>> a battalion staff officer (S-2 Intelligence Section), receiving
>>>>>>>>>> the Bronze Star with Valor device, two Purple Hearts and the
>>>>>>>>>> Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry. He retired from the Marine Corps
>>>>>>>>>> Reserve as a Colonel in 1990, receiving the Navy Distinguished
>>>>>>>>>> Service Medal."
>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_murtha
>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>> Yes, it's amazing that the Republicans can wrap themselves in
> the
>>>>>>>>>> flag and castigate anyone who disagrees with their perpetual
> wars
>>>>>>>>>> as unpatriotic. Murtha isn't the only one slimed this way
>>>>>>>>>> either, there is John Kerry and Max Cleland who had their war
>>>>>>>>>> service ridiculed at the same time Bush's escape into the
> FANG's
>>>>>>>>>> during Vietnam and Cheney's excuse for draft dodging were
>>>>>>>>>> acceptable.
>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>> The hypocrisy shown by Republicans, their agents and voters is
>>>>>>>>>> appalling. Disagreeing with one's politics is one thing,
> sliming
>>>>>>>>>> real soldiers who served is quite another.
>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> Speaking of hypocrites you squirngy fuck, McCain and Bush I both
>>>>>>>>> served honorably in combat
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> No, Bush did not serve in combat.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Sorry, Bush 1 did and that is the one he was referring to. He was
>>>>>>> even shot down off Ie Shima.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> He was also the youngest naval aviator to fly off of carriers in
>>>>>> WWII. And the nature of his specific missions were particularly
>>>>>> hazardous. Bush volunteered for and was a photo recon pilot.
> Meaning
>>>>>> he got to fly over hostile islands for long periods alone
>>>>>> photgraphing beaches and other defenses, photos that were used by
>>>>>> both ground troops and for air and sea bombardment. Such duty was
> in
>>>>>> addition to, not instead of, normal combat bombing) missions.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> As for Bush 2, as much as he is not the President I'd hoped he'd
> be,
>>>>>> he still volunteered for and flew supersonic fighters, a commitment
>>>>>> that few can make let alone keep. Jet age fighter jocks are not
>>>>>> imbeciles despite the spittle flecked ravings of the verminous
> left,
>>>>>> it requires a good deal of intelligence and ability to fly such
>>>>>> aircraft. Not only that he had a reputation apparently as being
>>>>>> intensely curious about the various sytems and made an effort,
>>>>>> independently of what was required, to learn all about he various
>>>>>> electronic systems. And the explannation I've heard as to what
>>>>>> happened at the end of his enlistment sounds quite logical to me.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Furthermore ANG F-102 units WERE in fact deployed to Thailand to
> fly
>>>>>> MigCAP. and the Bush's unit had as much chance as any other unit of
>>>>>> being deployed.
>>>>>
>>>>> Yes, but not many of them and both they and their missiles were
> quite
>>>>> ineffectual there. Probably also would have been had they been
> F106s
>>>>> although the 6s were a much better AC to fly. The missiles weren't
>>>>> much better.....having been designed to shoot down slow moving,
>>>>> cumbersome bombers rather than other fighter ACs.
>>>>>
>>>>>> Considering Clinton's dodging and running away overseas
>>>>>
>>>>> Well, he was a Rhodes Scholar and not many of them get shot at.
>>>>>
>>>>> and Gore's
>>>>>> cushy assignment as photographer with an armed guard for half a
> tour
>>>>>> in Vietnam any aspersions about Republican service seems little
> more
>>>>>> than leftist hate and lies for politic's sake.
>>>>>
>>>>> Gore's assignment was a joke.....
>>>>
>>>> Look at the man move, or dance, he's terminally uncoordinated. You
>>>> can't put someone who stumbles over his own feet into a fighting
> squad.
>>>
>>> But you can put someone there who can't put together a coherent
>>> sentence?
>>
>> That wasn't a coherent question.
>
> Of course, it was. That fact that you don't understand it or pretend
> not to, won't change that.

Ok, help me then. Who did I put into a fighting squad?

>>>> At least Gore joined and went into combat zones instead of using his
>>>> father's political connections to avoid danger.
>>>
>>> No, instead he got assigned as a "war correspondent" and had others
>>> guarding his back where he went.
>>
>> "No" what? That Gore wasn't in a combat zone or that he used his
>> father's political connections to avoid danger? Show your work.
>
> Like you show yours? I think I just did, Curly. ;)

My allegation of Bush43 deserting hasn't been challenged so no work has
yet been required. I stated, "At least Gore joined and went into combat
zones instead of using his father's political connections to avoid
danger." Whereupon you replied, "No, instead he got assigned as a "war
correspondent"..."

The question remains, "No" to what, that Gore wasn't in a combat zone or
no that Gore used his fathers' political connections to avoid danger?

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== 7 of 19 ==
Date: Sat, Feb 13 2010 3:41 pm
From: Curly Surmudgeon


On Sat, 13 Feb 2010 10:04:53 -0600, grey_ghost471-newsgroups@yahoo.com
(Gray Ghost) wrote:

> Curly Surmudgeon <CurlySurmudgeon@live.com> wrote in news:hl5cct$rpt$4
> @news.eternal-september.org:
>
>> On Fri, 12 Feb 2010 07:51:16 -0600, grey_ghost471-newsgroups@yahoo.com
>> (Gray Ghost) wrote:
>>
>>> "RD (The Sandman)" <rdsandman(spamlock)@comcast.net> wrote in
>>> news:Xns9D1C9876F94C4hopewell@216.196.97.130:
>>>
>>>> grey_ghost471-newsgroups@yahoo.com (Gray Ghost) wrote in
>>>> news:Xns9D1CA4A60BCF4Wereofftoseethewizrd@216.196.97.142:
>>>>
>>>>> "RD (The Sandman)" <rdsandman(spamlock)@comcast.net> wrote in
>>>>> news:Xns9D1C81088AACAhopewell@216.196.97.130:
>>>>>
>>>>>> Curly Surmudgeon <CurlySurmudgeon@live.com> wrote in
>>>>>> news:hl1fq0$v7o$1 @news.eternal-september.org:
>>>>>>
>>>>>>> On Thu, 11 Feb 2010 11:05:17 -0600,
>>>>>>> grey_ghost471-newsgroups@yahoo.com (Gray Ghost) wrote:
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> Curly Surmudgeon <CurlySurmudgeon@live.com> wrote in
>>>>>>>> news:hkv21h$ha4$5 @news.eternal-september.org:
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> On Wed, 10 Feb 2010 09:05:28 -0800, "Kurgan Gringioni"
>>>>>>>>><kgringioni@hotmail.com> wrote:
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>> "Nunya Bidnits" <nunyabidnits@eternal-september.invalid> wrote
>>>>>>>>>> in message news:hkth90$p7m$1@news.eternal-september.org...
>>>>>>>>>>> Community Disorganizer said:
>>>>>>>>>>>> On 09 Feb 2010, Too_Many_Tools <too_many_tools@yahoo.com>
>>>>>>>>>>>> posted some news:700bcccc-420a-4ae1-
>>>>>>>>>>>> be7c-2d67ea569947@m31g2000yqb.googlegroups.com:
>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>> RIP
>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>> That's what the old conniving bastard probably heard last.
>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>> RIIIIP!
>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>> Too much pork!
>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>> You disrespect a guy who was risking his life on the
>>>>>>>>>>> battlefield and earning a Medal of Honor while you cowered
>>>>>>>>>>> like a sissygirl chickenshit under your bed. Die, scumbag. And
>>>>>>>>>>> may Fred Phelps visit your funeral.
>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>> Whoa, I didn't know that he had received the Medal of Honor.
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> "Murtha left the Marines in 1955. He remained in the Reserves
>>>>>>>>> after his discharge from active duty until he volunteered for
>>>>>>>>> service in the Vietnam War, serving from 1966 to 1967, serving
>>>>>>>>> as a battalion staff officer (S-2 Intelligence Section),
>>>>>>>>> receiving the Bronze Star with Valor device, two Purple Hearts
>>>>>>>>> and the Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry. He retired from the
>>>>>>>>> Marine Corps Reserve as a Colonel in 1990, receiving the Navy
>>>>>>>>> Distinguished Service Medal."
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_murtha
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> Yes, it's amazing that the Republicans can wrap themselves in
>>>>>>>>> the flag and castigate anyone who disagrees with their perpetual
>>>>>>>>> wars as unpatriotic. Murtha isn't the only one slimed this way
>>>>>>>>> either, there is John Kerry and Max Cleland who had their war
>>>>>>>>> service ridiculed at the same time Bush's escape into the FANG's
>>>>>>>>> during Vietnam and Cheney's excuse for draft dodging were
>>>>>>>>> acceptable.
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> The hypocrisy shown by Republicans, their agents and voters is
>>>>>>>>> appalling. Disagreeing with one's politics is one thing,
>>>>>>>>> sliming real soldiers who served is quite another.
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> Speaking of hypocrites you squirngy fuck, McCain and Bush I both
>>>>>>>> served honorably in combat
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> No, Bush did not serve in combat.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Sorry, Bush 1 did and that is the one he was referring to. He was
>>>>>> even shot down off Ie Shima.
>>>>>
>>>>> He was also the youngest naval aviator to fly off of carriers in
>>>>> WWII. And the nature of his specific missions were particularly
>>>>> hazardous. Bush volunteered for and was a photo recon pilot. Meaning
>>>>> he got to fly over hostile islands for long periods alone
>>>>> photgraphing beaches and other defenses, photos that were used by
>>>>> both ground troops and for air and sea bombardment. Such duty was in
>>>>> addition to, not instead of, normal combat bombing) missions.
>>>>>
>>>>> As for Bush 2, as much as he is not the President I'd hoped he'd be,
>>>>> he still volunteered for and flew supersonic fighters, a commitment
>>>>> that few can make let alone keep. Jet age fighter jocks are not
>>>>> imbeciles despite the spittle flecked ravings of the verminous left,
>>>>> it requires a good deal of intelligence and ability to fly such
>>>>> aircraft. Not only that he had a reputation apparently as being
>>>>> intensely curious about the various sytems and made an effort,
>>>>> independently of what was required, to learn all about he various
>>>>> electronic systems. And the explannation I've heard as to what
>>>>> happened at the end of his enlistment sounds quite logical to me.
>>>>>
>>>>> Furthermore ANG F-102 units WERE in fact deployed to Thailand to fly
>>>>> MigCAP. and the Bush's unit had as much chance as any other unit of
>>>>> being deployed.
>>>>
>>>> Yes, but not many of them and both they and their missiles were quite
>>>> ineffectual there. Probably also would have been had they been F106s
>>>> although the 6s were a much better AC to fly. The missiles weren't
>>>> much better.....having been designed to shoot down slow moving,
>>>> cumbersome bombers rather than other fighter ACs.
>>>
>>> Hardly Bush's fault.
>>
>> Straw man diversion.
>>
>> Whose fault was it that George Walker Bush deserted?
>>
>>
>>
> Since the Air Force didn't think he deserted why should I beleive a
> scumbag like you?

When did the Air Force try Bush?

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== 8 of 19 ==
Date: Sat, Feb 13 2010 4:23 pm
From: Curly Surmudgeon


On Sat, 13 Feb 2010 17:35:03 -0600, grey_ghost471-newsgroups@yahoo.com
(Gray Ghost) wrote:

> Curly Surmudgeon <CurlySurmudgeon@live.com> wrote in news:hl7cgl$alm$2
> @news.eternal-september.org:
>
>> On Sat, 13 Feb 2010 12:07:55 -0600, grey_ghost471-newsgroups@yahoo.com
>> (Gray Ghost) wrote:
>>
>>> Curly Surmudgeon <CurlySurmudgeon@live.com> wrote in
>>> news:hl5b73$t42$12 @news.eternal-september.org:
>>>
>>>> Bush43 was a deserter and should have been put to a firing squad.
>>>>
>>>>
>>> Oddly enough the military didn't thinl so. Is your point that you are
>>> smarter and more morally evolved than the US military?
>>
>> When was Bush tried by the Military?
>>
>>
> My point exactly.

That is not what you said, "...the military didn't thinl so." At least
be consistent, don't move the goalpost.

--
Regards, Curly
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== 9 of 19 ==
Date: Sat, Feb 13 2010 4:24 pm
From: Curly Surmudgeon


On Sat, 13 Feb 2010 17:35:40 -0600, grey_ghost471-newsgroups@yahoo.com
(Gray Ghost) wrote:

> Curly Surmudgeon <CurlySurmudgeon@live.com> wrote in news:hl7ck9$alm$3
> @news.eternal-september.org:
>
>> On Sat, 13 Feb 2010 10:02:34 -0600, grey_ghost471-newsgroups@yahoo.com
>> (Gray Ghost) wrote:
>>
>>> Curly Surmudgeon <CurlySurmudgeon@live.com> wrote in
>>> news:hl5hqi$rpt$17 @news.eternal-september.org:
>>>
>>>> On Sat, 13 Feb 2010 04:54:56 +0000, Curly Surmudgeon
>>>><CurlySurmudgeon@live.com> wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> ... your hero Bill Clinton ...
>>>>
>>>> This is yet another reason I disrespect you. You make shit up out of
>>>> thin air and begin waving your fantasies as if they had any
>>>> relationship to reality.
>>>>
>>>>
>>> Really? I made Bill Clinton up out of thin air?
>>
>> You needn't play dumb, you are.
>>
>>> And I don't want nor need the respect of some piec e of shit who runs
>>> off to foreign countries to live and then attacks his betters who
>>> remain here, fucktard.
>>
>> Yes, change the thread/subject/topic with attacks when nailed on
>> issues. Yet another reason I disrespect you.
>>
>>
> Oh please. Not quite, but your evasions are noted noted.

What evasion? You asserted that Bill Clinton was my hero.

You're lying again.

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Regards, Curly
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== 10 of 19 ==
Date: Sat, Feb 13 2010 4:25 pm
From: Curly Surmudgeon


On Sat, 13 Feb 2010 17:37:27 -0600, grey_ghost471-newsgroups@yahoo.com
(Gray Ghost) wrote:

> Curly Surmudgeon <CurlySurmudgeon@live.com> wrote in news:hl7cqi$alm$4
> @news.eternal-september.org:
>
>
>>>> HOw does Bush43 flying refute his desertion? Be precise.
>>>
>>> As I said, there is clearly a difference of opinion on what happened
>>> in his last year. The Air Force, however, didn't feel it was desertion
>>> as he wasn't charged with a crime.
>>
>> When was Bush tried for his desertion?
>
> My point exactly. Apparently the US military does not agree with your
> assessment of the situation.
>
>
>>> And I've never seen one of you scumbags actually admit that Bush did
>>> enlist, train and fly alerts. So, you are clearly the deluded one.
>>
>> What does that have to do with BUsh43's desertion?
>
> Since he didn't desert, eve4rything.
>
>
>>>>>>>> Point was that he qualified to fly F-102s. Very few of them went
>>>>>>>> to Nam, however as they were mostly ineffectual.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Right. That's where Poppy Bush put him knowing he was too stupid
>>>>>> to survive real combat. Even then Bush43 deserted.
>>>>>
>>>>> How many Mach Plus nuclear capable jet interceptors are you
>>>>> qualified to fly?
>>>>
>>>> Today? None. Bush was still too stupid to survive real combat.
>>>> That's why Poppy Bush pulled strings to get him in the FANG's.
>>>>
>>>>
>>> So is it that ANG is for stupid pilots or are you suggesting that
>>> stupid people can learn to fly Mach Plus, nuclear capable jet
>>> interceptors?
>>>
>>> How many Mach Plus, nuclear capable jet interceptors are you rated
>>> for?
>>>
>>> You must be one DUMB MOTHERFUCKER if Bush43 can do a technical job
>>> that you can't.
>>
>> I'd wager that my flying skills are at least the equal of Bush's and
>> superior to yours. How does that relate to his desertion?
>
> Now that's funny. And what are you rated for, shitbird?

Neither Bush nor I are rated today. Would you like me to add an obscene
adjective to describe you in return?

And how does that distraction relate to Bush43 being a deserter?

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== 11 of 19 ==
Date: Sat, Feb 13 2010 4:28 pm
From: Curly Surmudgeon


On Sat, 13 Feb 2010 17:38:55 -0600, grey_ghost471-newsgroups@yahoo.com
(Gray Ghost) wrote:

> Curly Surmudgeon <CurlySurmudgeon@live.com> wrote in news:hl7cun$alm$5
> @news.eternal-september.org:
>
>> On Sat, 13 Feb 2010 11:50:21 -0600, grey_ghost471-newsgroups@yahoo.com
>> (Gray Ghost) wrote:
>>
>>> Curly Surmudgeon <CurlySurmudgeon@live.com> wrote in news:hl5bav$rpt$1
>>> @news.eternal-september.org:
>>>
>>>>> How many Mach Plus nuclear capable jet interceptors are you
>>>>> qualified to fly?
>>>>
>>>> Today? None. Bush was still too stupid to survive real combat.
>>>> That's why Poppy Bush pulled strings to get him in the FANG's.
>>>>
>>>> --
>>>> Regards, Curly
>>>
>>> At any point in your sorry, miserable experience. Nice evasion.
>>
>> Why would you expect me to provide any personal information so that you
>> can attempt to make an issue to further cloud Bush's desertion?
>>
>>
> Wow, you have trouble walking? I mean being so lame. Personal
> information my ass.
>
> Can you fly an airplane? Did you fly for the military? Answer the
> questions, liar.

Precisely what I mean. You've already attacked, even before an answer,
in order to cloud and distract from George Walker's Bush's desertion.

Do you associate with people so stupid to fall into that silly trap?

Back to the thread, how does my flying skill relate to George Walker
Bush's deseartion?

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== 12 of 19 ==
Date: Sat, Feb 13 2010 5:00 pm
From: tankfixer


In article <hl1fq0$v7o$1@news.eternal-september.org>,
CurlySurmudgeon@live.com says...
>
> On Thu, 11 Feb 2010 11:05:17 -0600, grey_ghost471-newsgroups@yahoo.com
> (Gray Ghost) wrote:
>
> > Curly Surmudgeon <CurlySurmudgeon@live.com> wrote in news:hkv21h$ha4$5
> > @news.eternal-september.org:
> >
> >> On Wed, 10 Feb 2010 09:05:28 -0800, "Kurgan Gringioni"
> >><kgringioni@hotmail.com> wrote:
> >>
> >>> "Nunya Bidnits" <nunyabidnits@eternal-september.invalid> wrote in
> >>> message news:hkth90$p7m$1@news.eternal-september.org...
> >>>> Community Disorganizer said:
> >>>>> On 09 Feb 2010, Too_Many_Tools <too_many_tools@yahoo.com> posted
> >>>>> some news:700bcccc-420a-4ae1-
> >>>>> be7c-2d67ea569947@m31g2000yqb.googlegroups.com:
> >>>>>
> >>>>>> RIP
> >>>>>
> >>>>> That's what the old conniving bastard probably heard last.
> >>>>>
> >>>>> RIIIIP!
> >>>>>
> >>>>> Too much pork!
> >>>>
> >>>> You disrespect a guy who was risking his life on the battlefield and
> >>>> earning a Medal of Honor while you cowered like a sissygirl
> >>>> chickenshit under your bed. Die, scumbag. And may Fred Phelps visit
> >>>> your funeral.
> >>>
> >>>
> >>>
> >>> Whoa, I didn't know that he had received the Medal of Honor.
> >>
> >> "Murtha left the Marines in 1955. He remained in the Reserves after his
> >> discharge from active duty until he volunteered for service in the
> >> Vietnam War, serving from 1966 to 1967, serving as a battalion staff
> >> officer (S-2 Intelligence Section), receiving the Bronze Star with
> >> Valor device, two Purple Hearts and the Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry.
> >> He retired from the Marine Corps Reserve as a Colonel in 1990,
> >> receiving the Navy Distinguished Service Medal."
> >>
> >> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_murtha
> >>
> >> Yes, it's amazing that the Republicans can wrap themselves in the flag
> >> and castigate anyone who disagrees with their perpetual wars as
> >> unpatriotic. Murtha isn't the only one slimed this way either, there
> >> is John Kerry and Max Cleland who had their war service ridiculed at
> >> the same time Bush's escape into the FANG's during Vietnam and Cheney's
> >> excuse for draft dodging were acceptable.
> >>
> >> The hypocrisy shown by Republicans, their agents and voters is
> >> appalling. Disagreeing with one's politics is one thing, sliming real
> >> soldiers who served is quite another.
> >>
> >>
> > Speaking of hypocrites you squirngy fuck, McCain and Bush I both served
> > honorably in combat
>
> No, Bush did not serve in combat. Thank you, and John McCain, for your
> service.

You are wrong.
But you know that, you just post such silliness to make yourself "feel"
superior..


>
> > and Bush 2 did his bit as a pilot
>
> No, Bush did not do his bit as a pilot. He deserted during time of war
> and should have been shot by firing squad for desertion.

It's going to be a long line then. We have all the deserters who went to
Canada to shoot first.


>
> > yet the left said the most disgusting, scurilous things about all 3.
>
> I am not the "left." When have you heard *me* speak ill of either your
> or McCain's service?
>
> > Go fuck yourself with your faux outrage.
>
> You left out "News". And I find your hypocrisy repulsive for the bile
> you've posting about Murtha and, if I remember correctly, John Kerry and
> Max Cleland while defending George Walker Bush's desertion.


== 13 of 19 ==
Date: Sat, Feb 13 2010 5:03 pm
From: tankfixer


In article <hl5b73$t42$12@news.eternal-september.org>,
CurlySurmudgeon@live.com says...
>
> Bush43 was a deserter and should have been put to a firing squad.
>

Good to know you support shooting all the other deserters and draft
evaders ...


== 14 of 19 ==
Date: Sat, Feb 13 2010 5:06 pm
From: tankfixer


In article <Xns9D1EBD91D2708Wereofftoseethewizrd@216.196.97.142>,
grey_ghost471-newsgroups@yahoo.com says...
>
> Curly Surmudgeon <CurlySurmudgeon@live.com> wrote in news:hl7cqi$alm$4
> @news.eternal-september.org:
>
> > I'd wager that my flying skills are at least the equal of Bush's and
> > superior to yours. How does that relate to his desertion?
>
> Now that's funny. And what are you rated for, shitbird?

His flying requires no aircraft....

== 15 of 19 ==
Date: Sat, Feb 13 2010 5:10 pm
From: tankfixer


In article <hl7dc6$alm$7@news.eternal-september.org>,
CurlySurmudgeon@live.com says...
>
> On Sat, 13 Feb 2010 10:04:53 -0600, grey_ghost471-newsgroups@yahoo.com
> (Gray Ghost) wrote:
>
> > Curly Surmudgeon <CurlySurmudgeon@live.com> wrote in news:hl5cct$rpt$4
> > @news.eternal-september.org:
> >
> >> On Fri, 12 Feb 2010 07:51:16 -0600, grey_ghost471-newsgroups@yahoo.com
> >> (Gray Ghost) wrote:
> >>
> >>> "RD (The Sandman)" <rdsandman(spamlock)@comcast.net> wrote in
> >>> news:Xns9D1C9876F94C4hopewell@216.196.97.130:
> >>>
> >>>> grey_ghost471-newsgroups@yahoo.com (Gray Ghost) wrote in
> >>>> news:Xns9D1CA4A60BCF4Wereofftoseethewizrd@216.196.97.142:
> >>>>
> >>>>> "RD (The Sandman)" <rdsandman(spamlock)@comcast.net> wrote in
> >>>>> news:Xns9D1C81088AACAhopewell@216.196.97.130:
> >>>>>
> >>>>>> Curly Surmudgeon <CurlySurmudgeon@live.com> wrote in
> >>>>>> news:hl1fq0$v7o$1 @news.eternal-september.org:
> >>>>>>
> >>>>>>> On Thu, 11 Feb 2010 11:05:17 -0600,
> >>>>>>> grey_ghost471-newsgroups@yahoo.com (Gray Ghost) wrote:
> >>>>>>>
> >>>>>>>> Curly Surmudgeon <CurlySurmudgeon@live.com> wrote in
> >>>>>>>> news:hkv21h$ha4$5 @news.eternal-september.org:
> >>>>>>>>
> >>>>>>>>> On Wed, 10 Feb 2010 09:05:28 -0800, "Kurgan Gringioni"
> >>>>>>>>><kgringioni@hotmail.com> wrote:
> >>>>>>>>>
> >>>>>>>>>> "Nunya Bidnits" <nunyabidnits@eternal-september.invalid> wrote
> >>>>>>>>>> in message news:hkth90$p7m$1@news.eternal-september.org...
> >>>>>>>>>>> Community Disorganizer said:
> >>>>>>>>>>>> On 09 Feb 2010, Too_Many_Tools <too_many_tools@yahoo.com>
> >>>>>>>>>>>> posted some news:700bcccc-420a-4ae1-
> >>>>>>>>>>>> be7c-2d67ea569947@m31g2000yqb.googlegroups.com:
> >>>>>>>>>>>>
> >>>>>>>>>>>>> RIP
> >>>>>>>>>>>>
> >>>>>>>>>>>> That's what the old conniving bastard probably heard last.
> >>>>>>>>>>>>
> >>>>>>>>>>>> RIIIIP!
> >>>>>>>>>>>>
> >>>>>>>>>>>> Too much pork!
> >>>>>>>>>>>
> >>>>>>>>>>> You disrespect a guy who was risking his life on the
> >>>>>>>>>>> battlefield and earning a Medal of Honor while you cowered
> >>>>>>>>>>> like a sissygirl chickenshit under your bed. Die, scumbag. And
> >>>>>>>>>>> may Fred Phelps visit your funeral.
> >>>>>>>>>>
> >>>>>>>>>>
> >>>>>>>>>>
> >>>>>>>>>> Whoa, I didn't know that he had received the Medal of Honor.
> >>>>>>>>>
> >>>>>>>>> "Murtha left the Marines in 1955. He remained in the Reserves
> >>>>>>>>> after his discharge from active duty until he volunteered for
> >>>>>>>>> service in the Vietnam War, serving from 1966 to 1967, serving
> >>>>>>>>> as a battalion staff officer (S-2 Intelligence Section),
> >>>>>>>>> receiving the Bronze Star with Valor device, two Purple Hearts
> >>>>>>>>> and the Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry. He retired from the
> >>>>>>>>> Marine Corps Reserve as a Colonel in 1990, receiving the Navy
> >>>>>>>>> Distinguished Service Medal."
> >>>>>>>>>
> >>>>>>>>> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_murtha
> >>>>>>>>>
> >>>>>>>>> Yes, it's amazing that the Republicans can wrap themselves in
> >>>>>>>>> the flag and castigate anyone who disagrees with their perpetual
> >>>>>>>>> wars as unpatriotic. Murtha isn't the only one slimed this way
> >>>>>>>>> either, there is John Kerry and Max Cleland who had their war
> >>>>>>>>> service ridiculed at the same time Bush's escape into the FANG's
> >>>>>>>>> during Vietnam and Cheney's excuse for draft dodging were
> >>>>>>>>> acceptable.
> >>>>>>>>>
> >>>>>>>>> The hypocrisy shown by Republicans, their agents and voters is
> >>>>>>>>> appalling. Disagreeing with one's politics is one thing,
> >>>>>>>>> sliming real soldiers who served is quite another.
> >>>>>>>>>
> >>>>>>>>>
> >>>>>>>> Speaking of hypocrites you squirngy fuck, McCain and Bush I both
> >>>>>>>> served honorably in combat
> >>>>>>>
> >>>>>>> No, Bush did not serve in combat.
> >>>>>>
> >>>>>> Sorry, Bush 1 did and that is the one he was referring to. He was
> >>>>>> even shot down off Ie Shima.
> >>>>>
> >>>>> He was also the youngest naval aviator to fly off of carriers in
> >>>>> WWII. And the nature of his specific missions were particularly
> >>>>> hazardous. Bush volunteered for and was a photo recon pilot. Meaning
> >>>>> he got to fly over hostile islands for long periods alone
> >>>>> photgraphing beaches and other defenses, photos that were used by
> >>>>> both ground troops and for air and sea bombardment. Such duty was in
> >>>>> addition to, not instead of, normal combat bombing) missions.
> >>>>>
> >>>>> As for Bush 2, as much as he is not the President I'd hoped he'd be,
> >>>>> he still volunteered for and flew supersonic fighters, a commitment
> >>>>> that few can make let alone keep. Jet age fighter jocks are not
> >>>>> imbeciles despite the spittle flecked ravings of the verminous left,
> >>>>> it requires a good deal of intelligence and ability to fly such
> >>>>> aircraft. Not only that he had a reputation apparently as being
> >>>>> intensely curious about the various sytems and made an effort,
> >>>>> independently of what was required, to learn all about he various
> >>>>> electronic systems. And the explannation I've heard as to what
> >>>>> happened at the end of his enlistment sounds quite logical to me.
> >>>>>
> >>>>> Furthermore ANG F-102 units WERE in fact deployed to Thailand to fly
> >>>>> MigCAP. and the Bush's unit had as much chance as any other unit of
> >>>>> being deployed.
> >>>>
> >>>> Yes, but not many of them and both they and their missiles were quite
> >>>> ineffectual there. Probably also would have been had they been F106s
> >>>> although the 6s were a much better AC to fly. The missiles weren't
> >>>> much better.....having been designed to shoot down slow moving,
> >>>> cumbersome bombers rather than other fighter ACs.
> >>>
> >>> Hardly Bush's fault.
> >>
> >> Straw man diversion.
> >>
> >> Whose fault was it that George Walker Bush deserted?
> >>
> >>
> >>
> > Since the Air Force didn't think he deserted why should I beleive a
> > scumbag like you?
>
> When did the Air Force try Bush?

Do you think the Air Force tries people it doesn't think are guilty of
something ?


== 16 of 19 ==
Date: Sat, Feb 13 2010 8:42 pm
From: grey_ghost471-newsgroups@yahoo.com (Gray Ghost)


Curly Surmudgeon <CurlySurmudgeon@live.com> wrote in news:hl7fpf$alm$18
@news.eternal-september.org:

> On Sat, 13 Feb 2010 17:35:03 -0600, grey_ghost471-newsgroups@yahoo.com
> (Gray Ghost) wrote:
>
>> Curly Surmudgeon <CurlySurmudgeon@live.com> wrote in news:hl7cgl$alm$2
>> @news.eternal-september.org:
>>
>>> On Sat, 13 Feb 2010 12:07:55 -0600, grey_ghost471-newsgroups@yahoo.com
>>> (Gray Ghost) wrote:
>>>
>>>> Curly Surmudgeon <CurlySurmudgeon@live.com> wrote in
>>>> news:hl5b73$t42$12 @news.eternal-september.org:
>>>>
>>>>> Bush43 was a deserter and should have been put to a firing squad.
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>> Oddly enough the military didn't thinl so. Is your point that you are
>>>> smarter and more morally evolved than the US military?
>>>
>>> When was Bush tried by the Military?
>>>
>>>
>> My point exactly.
>
> That is not what you said, "...the military didn't thinl so." At least
> be consistent, don't move the goalpost.
>

Ok. I know you're a simpleton but still.

The US military did not think that Bush had deserted. You can tell that
because they didn't arrest him and charge him with desertion and conduct a
court martial.

So if the supposedly offended party doesn't think so why should we listen to
a lameass like you?

--
God, guns and guts made America great.

And Janet Napolitano nervous.

Which should tell you all you need to know about Democrats. How can one
restore America to greatness if greatness makes you uncomfortable?


== 17 of 19 ==
Date: Sat, Feb 13 2010 8:43 pm
From: grey_ghost471-newsgroups@yahoo.com (Gray Ghost)


Curly Surmudgeon <CurlySurmudgeon@live.com> wrote in news:hl7frg$alm$19
@news.eternal-september.org:

> On Sat, 13 Feb 2010 17:35:40 -0600, grey_ghost471-newsgroups@yahoo.com
> (Gray Ghost) wrote:
>
>> Curly Surmudgeon <CurlySurmudgeon@live.com> wrote in news:hl7ck9$alm$3
>> @news.eternal-september.org:
>>
>>> On Sat, 13 Feb 2010 10:02:34 -0600, grey_ghost471-newsgroups@yahoo.com
>>> (Gray Ghost) wrote:
>>>
>>>> Curly Surmudgeon <CurlySurmudgeon@live.com> wrote in
>>>> news:hl5hqi$rpt$17 @news.eternal-september.org:
>>>>
>>>>> On Sat, 13 Feb 2010 04:54:56 +0000, Curly Surmudgeon
>>>>><CurlySurmudgeon@live.com> wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>> ... your hero Bill Clinton ...
>>>>>
>>>>> This is yet another reason I disrespect you. You make shit up out of
>>>>> thin air and begin waving your fantasies as if they had any
>>>>> relationship to reality.
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>> Really? I made Bill Clinton up out of thin air?
>>>
>>> You needn't play dumb, you are.
>>>
>>>> And I don't want nor need the respect of some piec e of shit who runs
>>>> off to foreign countries to live and then attacks his betters who
>>>> remain here, fucktard.
>>>
>>> Yes, change the thread/subject/topic with attacks when nailed on
>>> issues. Yet another reason I disrespect you.
>>>
>>>
>> Oh please. Not quite, but your evasions are noted noted.
>
> What evasion? You asserted that Bill Clinton was my hero.
>
> You're lying again.
>

Hey who you have homosexual fantasies about is your business, keep me out of
it.

--
God, guns and guts made America great.

And Janet Napolitano nervous.

Which should tell you all you need to know about Democrats. How can one
restore America to greatness if greatness makes you uncomfortable?


== 18 of 19 ==
Date: Sat, Feb 13 2010 8:46 pm
From: grey_ghost471-newsgroups@yahoo.com (Gray Ghost)


Curly Surmudgeon <CurlySurmudgeon@live.com> wrote in news:hl7fue$alm$20
@news.eternal-september.org:

> On Sat, 13 Feb 2010 17:37:27 -0600, grey_ghost471-newsgroups@yahoo.com
> (Gray Ghost) wrote:
>
>> Curly Surmudgeon <CurlySurmudgeon@live.com> wrote in news:hl7cqi$alm$4
>> @news.eternal-september.org:
>>
>>
>>>>> HOw does Bush43 flying refute his desertion? Be precise.
>>>>
>>>> As I said, there is clearly a difference of opinion on what happened
>>>> in his last year. The Air Force, however, didn't feel it was desertion
>>>> as he wasn't charged with a crime.
>>>
>>> When was Bush tried for his desertion?
>>
>> My point exactly. Apparently the US military does not agree with your
>> assessment of the situation.
>>
>>
>>>> And I've never seen one of you scumbags actually admit that Bush did
>>>> enlist, train and fly alerts. So, you are clearly the deluded one.
>>>
>>> What does that have to do with BUsh43's desertion?
>>
>> Since he didn't desert, eve4rything.
>>
>>
>>>>>>>>> Point was that he qualified to fly F-102s. Very few of them went
>>>>>>>>> to Nam, however as they were mostly ineffectual.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Right. That's where Poppy Bush put him knowing he was too stupid
>>>>>>> to survive real combat. Even then Bush43 deserted.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> How many Mach Plus nuclear capable jet interceptors are you
>>>>>> qualified to fly?
>>>>>
>>>>> Today? None. Bush was still too stupid to survive real combat.
>>>>> That's why Poppy Bush pulled strings to get him in the FANG's.
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>> So is it that ANG is for stupid pilots or are you suggesting that
>>>> stupid people can learn to fly Mach Plus, nuclear capable jet
>>>> interceptors?
>>>>
>>>> How many Mach Plus, nuclear capable jet interceptors are you rated
>>>> for?
>>>>
>>>> You must be one DUMB MOTHERFUCKER if Bush43 can do a technical job
>>>> that you can't.
>>>
>>> I'd wager that my flying skills are at least the equal of Bush's and
>>> superior to yours. How does that relate to his desertion?
>>
>> Now that's funny. And what are you rated for, shitbird?
>
> Neither Bush nor I are rated today. Would you like me to add an obscene
> adjective to describe you in return?

Were you ever rated? Bush was! Well you could but it would be accurate.

>
> And how does that distraction relate to Bush43 being a deserter?
>

As I've pointed out before, the US military didn't think he was a deserter.
You can tell because he wasn't arrested, charged and tried for desertion.
Such does tend to lend credence to the alternate explantion.

But do tell us about your military service and how many jet fighters you've
flown.

--
God, guns and guts made America great.

And Janet Napolitano nervous.

Which should tell you all you need to know about Democrats. How can one
restore America to greatness if greatness makes you uncomfortable?


== 19 of 19 ==
Date: Sat, Feb 13 2010 8:52 pm
From: grey_ghost471-newsgroups@yahoo.com (Gray Ghost)


Curly Surmudgeon <CurlySurmudgeon@live.com> wrote in news:hl7g3d$alm$21
@news.eternal-september.org:

> On Sat, 13 Feb 2010 17:38:55 -0600, grey_ghost471-newsgroups@yahoo.com
> (Gray Ghost) wrote:
>
>> Curly Surmudgeon <CurlySurmudgeon@live.com> wrote in news:hl7cun$alm$5
>> @news.eternal-september.org:
>>
>>> On Sat, 13 Feb 2010 11:50:21 -0600, grey_ghost471-newsgroups@yahoo.com
>>> (Gray Ghost) wrote:
>>>
>>>> Curly Surmudgeon <CurlySurmudgeon@live.com> wrote in news:hl5bav$rpt$1
>>>> @news.eternal-september.org:
>>>>
>>>>>> How many Mach Plus nuclear capable jet interceptors are you
>>>>>> qualified to fly?
>>>>>
>>>>> Today? None. Bush was still too stupid to survive real combat.
>>>>> That's why Poppy Bush pulled strings to get him in the FANG's.
>>>>>
>>>>> --
>>>>> Regards, Curly
>>>>
>>>> At any point in your sorry, miserable experience. Nice evasion.
>>>
>>> Why would you expect me to provide any personal information so that you
>>> can attempt to make an issue to further cloud Bush's desertion?
>>>
>>>
>> Wow, you have trouble walking? I mean being so lame. Personal
>> information my ass.
>>
>> Can you fly an airplane? Did you fly for the military? Answer the
>> questions, liar.
>
> Precisely what I mean. You've already attacked, even before an answer,
> in order to cloud and distract from George Walker's Bush's desertion.
>
> Do you associate with people so stupid to fall into that silly trap?
>
> Back to the thread, how does my flying skill relate to George Walker
> Bush's deseartion?
>

Bush didn't desert. You can tell because the body that had autority over him
at the time the US military did not arrest, charge and try him for desertion.
Since the military doesn't think he deserted why should we listen to you.

And your "flying skill"? Wll let's see, you've disparaged Bush intelligence
at every turn, yet he was apparently smart enough to become a pilot in the US
Air Force, well the ANG, anyway.

You have already disparaged the ANG pilots so I'm calling you out. If the ANG
pilots and particularly Bush are stupid cowards, exactly what is informing
you? What is your frame of reference? Clearly you must have some experience
with ANG pilots and high performance military jets since you sound so
autoratative in your attacks. I'm just requesting some clarity. You claim
that Bush was stupid but somehow he learned to fly a jet fighter, so what
personal yardstick are you using to make this judgement?

--
God, guns and guts made America great.

And Janet Napolitano nervous.

Which should tell you all you need to know about Democrats. How can one
restore America to greatness if greatness makes you uncomfortable?

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TOPIC: Peyton is better than Brady?
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== 1 of 4 ==
Date: Sat, Feb 13 2010 6:15 pm
From: Galen Boyer


"AllYou!" <idaman@conversent.net> writes:

> In news:usk95ags2.fsf@www.yahoo.com,
> Galen Boyer <galen_boyer@yahoo.com> mused:
>> "AllYou!" <idaman@conversent.net> writes:
>>
>>> when his team is behind with little time remaining, he's got to
>>> take much bigger risks than he otherwise would,
>>
>> There was plenty, plenty of time. This was not a need to move
>> 70 yards in 1 1/2 minutes, he had almost 6 minutes when they got
>> the ball.
>
> I didn't say it was a two minute drill.

So, did he have "little time remaining"?

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== 2 of 4 ==
Date: Sat, Feb 13 2010 6:54 pm
From: Michael


On Feb 12, 5:13 pm, MZ <m...@nospam.void> wrote:
> Harlan Lachman wrote:
> > In article <2s2dnRdTGvEY4ejWnZ2dnUVZ_rJi4...@giganews.com>,
> >  MZ <m...@nospam.void> wrote:
>
> >> Michael wrote:
> >>> brady never had to suffer a shitty excuse for a coaching staff..
> >> Haven't watched the Pats lately, huh?
>
> >>  >no way does brady carry a whole team.
>
> >> Then who carried them to the AFCCG in '06?  Manning's surrounding talent
> >> has been better than Brady's throughout most of his career.
>
> > Mark, I think this is a stupid thread but I agree with the point Michael
> > made that I don't think any other Qb in the league could have gotten the
> > Colts to the SB.
>
> > I think if Caldwell had not been a pussy, the Colts would have been the
> > first team to win it all since the Fish did it in a much shorter season.
>
> > And, in one big game, one has to be nuts not to consider Brady who is
> > better than most of the other Qb in the league.
>
> > H
>
> It really is a stupid thread.  I don't know what's wrong with having two
> great QBs in the league.
>
> I don't know if Brady could have gotten the Colts to the SB or not.  I
> see no reason why he couldn't though.  I mostly take issue with the idea
> that Brady has been surrounded by all this great talent whereas Manning
> (with more pro bowlers on his roster than Brady every year...) has
> carried the team on his shoulders.- Hide quoted text -
>
> - Show quoted text -

Mark...

Let me blow some smoke up your ass... As usual, you always inculde the
full compliment of qualified into to support your poins/arguments.
This time, though, you are complicating the obvious. From time to
time, you say I'm full of shit citing my lack of attention to the
actual games. This time, I have to apply the same to you. I think as
far as Manning goes, you are losing the forest for the trees. When
the Patriots beat the snot out of the Jets at the Razor this past
seaon, it was the entire Pats team, including the coach that did the
job on us. Not Brady... Not even close. When the Colts beat the Jets
in the AFCCG, it was Manning that beat them. Yeah, there were 11 guys
on the field, but it was Manning that did them in, and not so much
"the Colts". Rex himself said so. "He did it to me again", is what
Rex said in referance to Manning carving up the Jets the way he carved
up the Ravens. If you think Brady single handedly beats teams the way
Manning does, than I have to say to you what you said to me a few
tims. "This is where you are so full of shit". You must not be
watching the games. I'll give this to Brady, though... Along with
being the best system qb's I've had the pleasure to watch, he also
pilots super models better than Manning could ever dream of.


== 3 of 4 ==
Date: Sat, Feb 13 2010 8:33 pm
From: MZ


Michael wrote:
> On Feb 12, 5:13 pm, MZ <m...@nospam.void> wrote:
>> Harlan Lachman wrote:
>>> In article <2s2dnRdTGvEY4ejWnZ2dnUVZ_rJi4...@giganews.com>,
>>> MZ <m...@nospam.void> wrote:
>>>> Michael wrote:
>>>>> brady never had to suffer a shitty excuse for a coaching staff..
>>>> Haven't watched the Pats lately, huh?
>>>> >no way does brady carry a whole team.
>>>> Then who carried them to the AFCCG in '06? Manning's surrounding talent
>>>> has been better than Brady's throughout most of his career.
>>> Mark, I think this is a stupid thread but I agree with the point Michael
>>> made that I don't think any other Qb in the league could have gotten the
>>> Colts to the SB.
>>> I think if Caldwell had not been a pussy, the Colts would have been the
>>> first team to win it all since the Fish did it in a much shorter season.
>>> And, in one big game, one has to be nuts not to consider Brady who is
>>> better than most of the other Qb in the league.
>>> H
>> It really is a stupid thread. I don't know what's wrong with having two
>> great QBs in the league.
>>
>> I don't know if Brady could have gotten the Colts to the SB or not. I
>> see no reason why he couldn't though. I mostly take issue with the idea
>> that Brady has been surrounded by all this great talent whereas Manning
>> (with more pro bowlers on his roster than Brady every year...) has
>> carried the team on his shoulders.- Hide quoted text -
>>
>> - Show quoted text -
>
> Mark...
>
> Let me blow some smoke up your ass... As usual, you always inculde the
> full compliment of qualified into to support your poins/arguments.
> This time, though, you are complicating the obvious. From time to
> time, you say I'm full of shit citing my lack of attention to the
> actual games. This time, I have to apply the same to you. I think as
> far as Manning goes, you are losing the forest for the trees. When
> the Patriots beat the snot out of the Jets at the Razor this past
> seaon, it was the entire Pats team, including the coach that did the
> job on us. Not Brady... Not even close. When the Colts beat the Jets
> in the AFCCG, it was Manning that beat them. Yeah, there were 11 guys
> on the field, but it was Manning that did them in, and not so much
> "the Colts". Rex himself said so. "He did it to me again", is what
> Rex said in referance to Manning carving up the Jets the way he carved
> up the Ravens. If you think Brady single handedly beats teams the way
> Manning does, than I have to say to you what you said to me a few
> tims. "This is where you are so full of shit". You must not be
> watching the games. I'll give this to Brady, though... Along with
> being the best system qb's I've had the pleasure to watch, he also
> pilots super models better than Manning could ever dream of.

You're right. I don't watch the Patriots' games. You caught me.

Your sample of 2 isn't exactly a convincing argument. While you were
going on and on about Randy Moss "dogging it" this year, Manning was
throwing to Reggie Wayne and Dallas Clark. While you were talking about
how suspect the Patriots defense was, the Colts D ended up ranked in the
top 10. But now you say that Manning won games all by himself and Brady
had all kinds of help? You need to pick a story and stick with it.

I'm curious, did you also hold the same opinion in 2006, when they both
went to the AFCCG? Here are the starting rosters of the two offenses
that year (pro-football-reference.com)

*=pro bowl, +=first team all-pro

Patriots
QB Tom Brady
RB Corey Dillon
RB Laurence Maroney
WR Troy Brown
WR Reche Caldwell
WR Doug Gabriel
WR Jabar Gaffney
TE Daniel Graham
TE Ben Watson
LT Matt Light*
LG Logan Mankins
C Dan Koppen
RG Steve Neal
RT Nick Kaczur
RT Ryan O'Callaghan

Colts

QB Peyton Manning*
RB Dominic Rhodes
RB Joseph Addai
WR Marvin Harrison*+
WR Reggie Wayne*
TE Dallas Clark
TE Ben Utecht
LT Tarik Glenn*
LG Dylan Gandy
LG Ryan Lilja
C Jeff Saturday*
RG Jake Scott
RT Ryan Diem


So this whole "Brady's gotten help" thing is a new development, right?
Or are you saying that Caldwell and Gaffney were world-beaters while
Harrison and Wayne were scrubs? Because the difference in talent, prior
to 2007 at least, was staggering for all those years. Yet Brady and his
team full of all-pros amassed three rings during that time, while Peyton
and the scrubs he carried only got one.

Or were those rings all smoke and mirrors by Crennel and Weis (who I
believe you also have a low opinion of)? You're just not being
consistent here, Michael. You say one thing in one thread, and then you
say the opposite thing in another thread.


== 4 of 4 ==
Date: Sat, Feb 13 2010 9:11 pm
From: Michael


On Feb 13, 11:33 pm, MZ <m...@nospam.void> wrote:
> Michael wrote:
> > On Feb 12, 5:13 pm, MZ <m...@nospam.void> wrote:
> >> Harlan Lachman wrote:
> >>> In article <2s2dnRdTGvEY4ejWnZ2dnUVZ_rJi4...@giganews.com>,
> >>>  MZ <m...@nospam.void> wrote:
> >>>> Michael wrote:
> >>>>> brady never had to suffer a shitty excuse for a coaching staff..
> >>>> Haven't watched the Pats lately, huh?
> >>>>  >no way does brady carry a whole team.
> >>>> Then who carried them to the AFCCG in '06?  Manning's surrounding talent
> >>>> has been better than Brady's throughout most of his career.
> >>> Mark, I think this is a stupid thread but I agree with the point Michael
> >>> made that I don't think any other Qb in the league could have gotten the
> >>> Colts to the SB.
> >>> I think if Caldwell had not been a pussy, the Colts would have been the
> >>> first team to win it all since the Fish did it in a much shorter season.
> >>> And, in one big game, one has to be nuts not to consider Brady who is
> >>> better than most of the other Qb in the league.
> >>> H
> >> It really is a stupid thread.  I don't know what's wrong with having two
> >> great QBs in the league.
>
> >> I don't know if Brady could have gotten the Colts to the SB or not.  I
> >> see no reason why he couldn't though.  I mostly take issue with the idea
> >> that Brady has been surrounded by all this great talent whereas Manning
> >> (with more pro bowlers on his roster than Brady every year...) has
> >> carried the team on his shoulders.- Hide quoted text -
>
> >> - Show quoted text -
>
> > Mark...
>
> > Let me blow some smoke up your ass... As usual, you always inculde the
> > full compliment of qualified into to support your poins/arguments.
> > This time, though, you are complicating the obvious. From time to
> > time, you say I'm full of shit citing my lack of attention to the
> > actual games.  This time, I have to apply the same to you.  I think as
> > far as Manning goes, you are losing the forest for the trees.  When
> > the Patriots beat the snot out of the Jets at the Razor this past
> > seaon, it was the entire Pats team, including the coach that did the
> > job on us. Not Brady... Not even close.  When the Colts beat the Jets
> > in the AFCCG, it was Manning that beat them. Yeah, there were 11 guys
> > on the field, but it was Manning that did them in, and not so much
> > "the Colts". Rex himself said so.  "He did it to me again", is what
> > Rex said in referance to Manning carving up the Jets the way he carved
> > up the Ravens.  If you think Brady single handedly beats teams the way
> > Manning does, than I have to say to you what you said to me a few
> > tims.  "This is where you are so full of shit".  You must not be
> > watching the games. I'll give this to Brady, though... Along with
> > being the best system qb's I've had the pleasure to watch, he also
> > pilots super models better than Manning could ever dream of.
>
> You're right.  I don't watch the Patriots' games.  You caught me.
>
> Your sample of 2 isn't exactly a convincing argument.  While you were
> going on and on about Randy Moss "dogging it" this year, Manning was
> throwing to Reggie Wayne and Dallas Clark.  While you were talking about
> how suspect the Patriots defense was, the Colts D ended up ranked in the
> top 10.  But now you say that Manning won games all by himself and Brady
> had all kinds of help?  You need to pick a story and stick with it.
>
> I'm curious, did you also hold the same opinion in 2006, when they both
> went to the AFCCG?  Here are the starting rosters of the two offenses
> that year (pro-football-reference.com)
>
> *=pro bowl, +=first team all-pro
>
> Patriots
> QB      Tom Brady
> RB      Corey Dillon
> RB      Laurence Maroney
> WR      Troy Brown
> WR      Reche Caldwell
> WR      Doug Gabriel
> WR      Jabar Gaffney
> TE      Daniel Graham  
> TE      Ben Watson
> LT      Matt Light*    
> LG      Logan Mankins  
> C       Dan Koppen      
> RG      Steve Neal              
> RT      Nick Kaczur    
> RT      Ryan O'Callaghan        
>
> Colts
>
> QB      Peyton Manning*
> RB      Dominic Rhodes  
> RB      Joseph Addai    
> WR      Marvin Harrison*+
> WR      Reggie Wayne*  
> TE      Dallas Clark    
> TE      Ben Utecht      
> LT      Tarik Glenn*    
> LG      Dylan Gandy    
> LG      Ryan Lilja      
> C       Jeff Saturday*  
> RG      Jake Scott      
> RT      Ryan Diem      
>
> So this whole "Brady's gotten help" thing is a new development, right?
> Or are you saying that Caldwell and Gaffney were world-beaters while
> Harrison and Wayne were scrubs?  Because the difference in talent, prior
> to 2007 at least, was staggering for all those years.  Yet Brady and his
> team full of all-pros amassed three rings during that time, while Peyton
> and the scrubs he carried only got one.
>
> Or were those rings all smoke and mirrors by Crennel and Weis (who I
> believe you also have a low opinion of)?  You're just not being
> consistent here, Michael.  You say one thing in one thread, and then you
> say the opposite thing in another thread.- Hide quoted text -
>
> - Show quoted text -

wtf ??? when the heck did I say moss was dogging it ??? you got me
mixed up with another poster. honestly. also... you are way WAY off
on what i have posted about weiss. I am a HUGE ND fan and was excited
when weiss went there. i expected my golden domers to top the polls in
short order. there are also recent posts of me suggesting that weiss
should replace shott despite weiss not having success at nd. i have
my opinions on why he did not win at ND but that is another story...
before we go ahead, you need to stop confusing what i say with what
other posters say. not once...did I ever bash moss or weiss. the
only pats wr that i ever posted against was that waist of a roster
spot galloway. i never said anything about crennel either other than
he was another guy that looked good under guy that proved to be
nothing more than a lucky suplicant under bb. if you ask me, that
"nixonesque" bastard has been your whole team. as far as pure passing
skills and qb brainpower brady is no match for manning. not even
close. again... and PLEASE... I do mean PLEASE... try to digest this
point. Appart from who's been surrounded by talent at the skill
position... dig this and dig it good. manning has been driving an
offense that is dependant almost solely on the uncanny perfection of
qb brains and execution. brady has been emerced in a system. get
it ???

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TOPIC: Every Time You Masturbate God Kills A Kitten!
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== 1 of 1 ==
Date: Sat, Feb 13 2010 7:58 pm
From: "mr dude@harvarduniversity.edu"


Scientific proof here:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:God-kills-kitten.jpg

mr dude (guess I'm gonna have to kill a fuck load of kittens)

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== 1 of 1 ==
Date: Sat, Feb 13 2010 8:54 pm
From: "Ray O'Hara"

"RävNsfän ®" <rustylombardi@ravens2010.org> wrote in message
news:4b75f213$0$19243$b42602f9@news.qis.net...
> "Ray O'Hara" <raymond-ohara@hotmail.com> wrote in message
> news:hkv6p4$43i$1@news.eternal-september.org...
>>
>> "RävNsfän ®" <rustylombardi@ravens2010.org> wrote in message
>> news:4b730d3d$0$4626$b42602f9@news.qis.net...
>>>
>>> Yes he is, ... it's a good show. NCIS, Dexter and Big Love and The
>>> Office are the only series I've been watching since 6 Feet Under, The
>>> Sopranos and Scrubs ended. Don't care for the new Scrubs cast-off or the
>>> reality shows.
>>>
>>> Drew ~
>>> RävNsfän ®
>>>
>>
>> the only one of those I watch is Big Love. that is a great show.
>
> I like it as well. Been watching since it began. This season has been
> quite "off the wall" in every aspect. Casino in a tent, a gay Prophet
> (totally taken by that one). So much is going on.
>
> Don't understand how Bill thinks his going political is going to help
> Polygamists.
>
> Drew ~
> RävNsfän ®
>
yeah I've watched from the begining too
back in Season 2 Nikki was ripping on Alby. when he called her daddies
little girl she reploed "ithoght that was you".
I never thought it the type of show I'd like but since it had Harry Dean
Stanton and Bruce Dern I gave it a look.'

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