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Antonio arsons may be hate crimes
Dr. Condoleezza Rice's
statement to the 9-11 Commission
of broad Shiite revolt contradicts White House stand
United States forces are confronting a broad-based Shiite uprising
that goes well beyond supporters of one militant Islamic cleric who
has been the focus of American counterinsurgency efforts, United States
intelligence officials said Wednesday. That assertion contradicts
repeated statements by the Bush administration and American officials
uprising widens in Iraq In Fallujah, an epicenter of the
Sunni resistance, U.S. Marines attempting to root out insurgents
pushed toward the center of the city, drawing heavy rifle and grenade
reassessed as toll spikes U.S. forces have suffered their
bloodiest week in Iraq since just before the fall of Baghdad a year
ago, reporting 40 combat deaths in the seven days from March 31
to April 6.
control parts of 3 Iraq cities
Supporters of Shiite cleric put up stiff resistance; Gunmen
kidnap 3 Japanese and 8 South Korean civilians.
not entitled to Iraqi funds, Justice says
Justice Department lawyers argued Wednesday that President Bush's decision
to remove Iraq from the list of terrorism-sponsoring states nullified
a $653 million judgment awarded to former U.S. prisoners of war tortured
by the Iraqi military during the 1991 Persian Gulf War.
to call for tax hike on cars, soda to fund schools Plan
also targets adult entertainment, allows credit cards in lottery
Book' slams Congress for 630 wasteful projects
Was visiting my sister outside of Waco and saw these. Had no idea
they even existed. She said that some students at A&M engineered
Bonnets" and sold the seeds. They are quiet pretty. If you
look closely, there are also Hybrids (deep purple with red at base
of petal). Enjoy!
to a big and beautiful
2608 x 1952 (1692K)
Bush paternity case awaits results
Fort Hood troops among those killed in combat this week
Ten-Foot Poll RESULT
8:20am-11pn Wednesday 4/7/2004
Do you get the feeling we should have more troops in Iraq?
a Mosque is used as an ambush site, it needs to taken out.
matter how we got there, we should finish the job because
I don't want our people in uniform to be known as quitters.
I feel "puff" should be used more frequently!
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no way anybody but the commanders in the field can answer
that question. Well maybe John Kerry. He's got an answer
is looking more and more like Vietnam. Our boys are dying
for a people whose fundamental religious precepts are against
western civilization. We should get out as soon as possible
and not give them one thin dime of support. Our price for
getting rid of Saddam should be unlimited FREE access to
their oil. Thanks for letting me vent. A Vietnam Veteran.
didn't need more troops because, hey---the Iraquis welcomed
us with open arms! That was another line that Bush parroted
in the lead up to the war. WHAT A JOKE!
more troops really help?