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Old Jan 13th, 2006, 12:01 PM       
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Blanco...I'm not jumping into any conclusion.
Ya, Evl Kenival jumped. You are fucking flying.

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I just feel compelled to believe that this journalist was assassinated because of the long list of the news anchors, journalists who has "resigned", "commited suicide" and "died of a disease" since Bush adiministration took power.
Ya, its almost like they were getting old or something.

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Assassination and gagging has become a fixation for this administration.
Who? Who have they assassinated?

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Maybe it was just a coincidence...but I'm just questioning since it's impossible for me to trust anything this administration and the public press says...
There's a difference between not trusting them and accusing them of murder.

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Here is a list that maybe you can debunk each of them for me since youre the mister know-it-all kind of a guy...
Amazing how aI point out I don't know, yet you claim I say just the opposite.


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Dan Rather
Yes, he got railroaded for a stupid mistake. It was still his fault, but he shouldn't have been pushed out. Thats not a conspiracy, thats opportunism.

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Tom Brokaw
He's 66 years old. He's also still working for NBC. That and he announced his retirement in 2002 before the elections.

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Peter Jennings
Let me guess, the assassins went back in time and forced him to start smoking.

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Ted Koppel
Again 66 years old. And still does a lot of work producing for the Discovery Channel, doing news specials and the like.

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Barabara Walters
She's 77. And do you know what she's done the last 10 years? Celebrity interviews. Even her 20/20 stuff wasn't all the relative to current events and politics.

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Gary Webb (shot himself in the back of his head...twice)
I see nothing about two shots to the head. I do see he was clinically depressed and not only pissed off the government, but also the South American drug lords.

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Hunter Thompson
Ya, wax a guy who hasn't been relevent since before some us were born. That makes sense.

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78 Iranian jounrlaists (who were in the plane that crashed into a building...several witnesses clamied they saw or heard an explosion beforehand)
Oh, well, thats different. "Several people" say they heard explosions before hand. We all know planes don't crash.

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Bush desire to bomb al-Jazeera media outlet
And what al-Jezeera outlet was blasted? Just curious.

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Bush and Blair's call to prosecute those who leak any damaging information
Again, we have a big jump from "overly sensetive about criticism" to "whacking discidents." Nobody has been jailed over their criticisms yet.


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Pat Robertson's call for Chavez assassination
Is Chavez a reprter?
Is he dead?
Have there been any failed attempts on our part?
Is this the first time Robertson's said crazy shit?

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and the list goes on and on....
No it doesn't. It doesn't even start.

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Don't forgot the assassination attampt of Reagen by a guy who worked for H.W. Bush back in the 80's...
And no retalitory hit?

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If you don't think the Bush administration are capable of assassinating anyone...well, you're wrong...
We're all capable of murder, but you simply have no fucking clue what proof and logic are.
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Old Jan 13th, 2006, 12:06 PM       
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Or more reasonably: he was killed not by Bush's order (that's absurd), but by some jerk who thinks he was doing his patriotic duty to get rid of one of those terrorist-sympathizing libs.

Yeah, I'm not saying it's THAT reasonable, but it's certainly more reasonable than thinking conspiracies always occur at the top level.
That I could buy. Still nothing to support it, but wouldn't be the first time a superfan went too far.
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Old Jan 13th, 2006, 03:05 PM       
You're right, you're right about them resigning for their own cause. Tom Brokaw is still working with NBC. Ted Koppel has recently been hired by Discovery Channel. But if I was a hard headed, serious news anchor, I'd make sure I spent my retirement sipping on mai tai and kicking it by the carribean.

But I'm curious, do you think the public press have become pussified? Even after the fact that that eye-blinking twat-lipped faggot Geraldo Rivera is what fox news calls the top investigative reporter? That Bill O'Lielly is the man of strong opinion and heavy debator for Fox News?

I strongly believe most of the veteran news anchors have resigned not for the reason of old age and their mistakes but in their refusal to obey orders by the Bush administration to act like an obdeient dog. Do you think they'd want to spend their remaining years sitting, rolling and barking and retire in that kind of form? And what do you think might happen to those who refuse to obey/resign and want to continue to perform deep investigation and ask hard questions?

Even Dan Rather have mentioned zillion of times that the media have been dumbed down by the administration. He was the first to come up with the lit-tire-around-their-neck analogy. In order to create a hierarchical system clean of dissenters, it's a good idea to hire someone who is more passive, easily bought out and more than willing to smile for the camera and assure the viewers that everything is just hunky dory.
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Old Jan 13th, 2006, 03:20 PM       
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Oh, well, thats different. "Several people" say they heard explosions before hand. We all know planes don't crash.
But you do know that it's possible for F16 fighter jets to shoot down plane, or even planting a bomb inside the plane?

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And what al-Jezeera outlet was blasted? Just curious.
Memo of Bush and Blair conversation about bombing al-Jareeza media outlet went out before he could order it. It would look stupid and obvious if he went ahead and ordered the bombing...

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Again, we have a big jump from "overly sensetive about criticism" to "whacking discidents." Nobody has been jailed over their criticisms yet.
I know you're dead wrong about this one but I have no source to provide that fact. Except its widely known cindy SHeenan has been jailed several times for criticizing Bush. Even Bush calls the dissenters terrorists and it wouldnt surprise me the NSA are spying on them

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Is Chavez a reprter?
Is he dead?
Have there been any failed attempts on our part?
Is this the first time Robertson's said crazy shit?
Robertson is Bush's mentor, you do know that right? Where did you think Bush got the information that God wanted him to bomb the hell out of Iraq from? Chavez wasn't a reporter but I'm just merely setting an example...
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Old Jan 13th, 2006, 03:44 PM       
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Oh, well, thats different. "Several people" say they heard explosions before hand. We all know planes don't crash.
But you do know that it's possible for F16 fighter jets to shoot down plane, or even planting a bomb inside the plane?
Where's the F-16? Where's the missile? Where's the remnants of the bomb?


How far up your colon do you need to reach to get some of these ideas?

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And what al-Jezeera outlet was blasted? Just curious.
Memo of Bush and Blair conversation about bombing al-Jareeza media outlet went out before he could order it. It would look stupid and obvious if he went ahead and ordered the bombing...
So, in other words, it didn't happen. Great. Just checking.

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Again, we have a big jump from "overly sensetive about criticism" to "whacking discidents." Nobody has been jailed over their criticisms yet.
I know you're dead wrong about this one but I have no source to provide that fact.
Then why say a damned thing? I know your desperate for attention, but this isn't really a productive way of getting it.

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Except its widely known cindy SHeenan has been jailed several times for criticizing Bush.
I'm pretty sure trespassing a disorderly conduct were what she was arrested for.

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Even Bush calls the dissenters terrorists and it wouldnt surprise me the NSA are spying on them
When did he openly call his critics terrorists?

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Is Chavez a reprter?
Is he dead?
Have there been any failed attempts on our part?
Is this the first time Robertson's said crazy shit?
Robertson is Bush's mentor, you do know that right? Where did you think Bush got the information that God wanted him to bomb the hell out of Iraq from?
When did he ever say that? Seriously.

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Chavez wasn't a reporter but I'm just merely setting an example...
You know what you could have said to save yourself a lot of trouble? "I don't have a damned thing to reasonably draw these conslusions from. You are right. "

Now, until these dillusions are either subsided or actually backed up( I have no idea which is less likely), I'm just going to ignore you or mock you like everyone else.
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Old Jan 13th, 2006, 03:55 PM       
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Old Jan 13th, 2006, 04:25 PM       
For the record, I've always enjoyed Ranxer's posts, and am glad to see Geggy filling the void Ranxer's absence left.

Even though it worries me a little bit.
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Old Jan 15th, 2006, 12:57 PM       
Maybe I'm the reason for ranxer's absence.

Honestly, I used to think the guy was crazy and a bit too over the top. But as the time loomed over, I'm finding out more and more that everything he says is true. Once I started to see the light that 9/11 was an inside job...everything becomes MUCH clearer.

And truthfully, I know I'm not crazy. It's easy to recognize the pattern in the timeline of Bush administration's true agenda (PNAC, anyone?), the reason for their habit of bullshitting, breaking laws and stomping on the consitution. I'm not doing this for attention, or to be RAD, DIFFERENT, EXTREEEEME and COOL, I just feel that this is the reality.

Although there are some extremists who I think are exagerrating when they say we as americans live in a police state. Those are the people who probably hate their job, their life, trapped under avalanche of credit card bills, etc. I don't feel that my freedom has been stripped otherwise I wouldn't be posting in here. I don't want to force anyone to see things my way because it's a free world (at least I think it is) and everyone is entitled to their own opinion.

If Blanco don't want to agree with me, that's fine with me. If he choose to be arrogant, hurl insults at me and call me crazy, that's fine with me. It's his choice not to hear me out.

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When did he ever say that? Seriously.
Does this article answer your question? http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/2921345.stm

And does W. Bush's quote "if you're not with us, you are with the terrorists..." ring any bell?

W. Bush is that fucking insane...
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Old Jan 15th, 2006, 02:54 PM       
He's a UNTIER, not a DIVISOR.
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