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Weinberger dead
Posted by: Furiously Stylish
Date: March 28, 2006 10:36AM
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Re: Weinberger dead
Posted by: incognegro
Date: March 28, 2006 10:50AM
is he now known as Caspar the friendly ghost?

RIP Mr. W.



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Re: Weinberger dead
Posted by: x-uri
Date: March 28, 2006 10:54AM
Lyn Nofziger too

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I think its a conspiracy. The Illuminati and AEgyptian Masons are bumping them off to open up memberships at Bohemian Grove.
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Re: Weinberger dead
Posted by: Refurbvirgin
Date: March 28, 2006 11:09AM
Bush Sr. pardoned him for his part in selling arms to Iran to illegally fund the Contras for Raygun. I wonder if he's pardoned now for the tens of thousands of Nicaraugans he helped kill.
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He earned our trust and was an American patriot.
Posted by: Ruby Begonia
Date: March 28, 2006 11:16AM
One of my all time favorite people. Loved to hear him talk.
Rest in Peace Cap. The world will miss you.

Thanks Cap.
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Re: Weinberger dead
Posted by: Refurbvirgin
Date: March 28, 2006 03:57PM
Yeah, thanks Cap, for selling arms to Iranian terrorists to fund a war our representatives in Congress had forbade you to, then lying to Congress and prosecutors about it. If Bush Sr. hadn't pardoned you before you went to trial you might actually have had to do time in prison like I did for refusing to kill for Nixon. You had no such conscience to handicap your career. Living in Maine must have made the transition to your afterlife uncomfortably warm.
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Re: Weinberger dead
Posted by: Furiously Stylish
Date: March 28, 2006 04:05PM
Must… not… type…
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Re: Weinberger dead
Posted by: Refurbvirgin
Date: March 28, 2006 04:11PM
Furiously Stylish Wrote:
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> Must… not… type.

Oh, go ahead. Refute anything I said about the S.O.B.


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Re: Weinberger dead
Posted by: N-OS X-tasy!
Date: March 28, 2006 04:50PM
Furiously Stylish Wrote:
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> Must… not… type…

We've been telling you that for months.



It is what it is.
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Re: Weinberger dead
Posted by: liberal weenie
Date: March 28, 2006 06:08PM
Another great American who did what was right and not what was "popular" as per the polls
of the elites and our European allies.

Hundreds of millions were liberated because of the policies he carried out with the Gipper and
administration. These were people the elites abandoned to communist servitude because they
didn't have the will to oppose evil.

We are a better country because of people such as Caspar Weinberger.
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Re: Weinberger dead
Posted by: Pops
Date: March 28, 2006 07:17PM
liberal weenie Wrote:
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> We are a better country because of people such as Caspar Weinberger.

That's a really scary comment. I suggest you actually read beyond some headlines to discover what good old Cap was involved in during his years in power.



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Re: Weinberger dead
Posted by: x-uri
Date: March 28, 2006 07:19PM
liberal weenie Wrote:
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> Another republican who did what he was told to do and
> not what was "legal" as per the US Constitution
> ...

>
> We are a better country because of people such as
> Caspar Weinberger.
>

LOL. LO - fscking-L

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Re: Weinberger dead
Posted by: Refurbvirgin
Date: March 28, 2006 07:37PM
Tens of thousands of innocent people are DEAD because of people like Caspar Weinberger.
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Re: Weinberger dead
Posted by: Furiously Stylish
Date: March 28, 2006 09:33PM
Refurbvirgin Wrote:
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> Furiously Stylish Wrote:
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> -----
> > Must… not… type.
>
> Oh, go ahead. Refute anything I said about the
> S.O.B.
>
>
>

Oh, no, it's the "living in Maine" bit that had me convulsing with laughter.

Ah-yuh …
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A great man. One of the architects of our victory in the cold war. May God bless him.
Posted by: Gabacho
Date: March 28, 2006 09:42PM
Harvard law degree. Admirer of Churchill. Entered Army as private; ended up a captain on
MacArthur's intel staff. Cap admired Churchill. Served in CA State Assembly, 52-56. Was
FTC chairman, OMB dir. & Sec'y HEW before being named SECDEF, serving from 81-87.
Awarded Presidential Medal of Freedom Nov. 1987 by Reagan. See remarks by Ronaldus
Magnus & Cap on that occasion at


[www.medaloffreedom.com]
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Re: A great man. One of the architects of our victory in the cold war. May God bless him.
Posted by: Refurbvirgin
Date: March 28, 2006 10:29PM
Gabacho Wrote:
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> Harvard law degree. Admirer of Churchill. Entered
> Army as private; ended up a captain on
> MacArthur's intel staff. Cap admired Churchill.
> Served in CA State Assembly, 52-56. Was
> FTC chairman, OMB dir. & Sec'y HEW before
> being named SECDEF, serving from 81-87.
> Awarded Presidential Medal of Freedom Nov. 1987
> by Reagan. See remarks by Ronaldus
> Magnus & Cap on that occasion at

So much potential to do good with his life and instead he became an accomplice to mass murder.
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Re: A great man. One of the architects of our victory in the cold war. May God bless him.
Posted by: RgrF
Date: March 29, 2006 03:47AM
Gabacho Wrote:
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> Harvard law degree. Admirer of Churchill. Entered
> Army as private; ended up a captain on
> MacArthur's intel staff. Cap admired Churchill.
> Served in CA State Assembly, 52-56. Was
> FTC chairman, OMB dir. & Sec'y HEW before
> being named SECDEF, serving from 81-87.
> Awarded Presidential Medal of Freedom Nov. 1987
> by Reagan. See remarks by Ronaldus
> Magnus & Cap on that occasion at
>
. . . . and required a Presidential pardon to avoid living the rest of his life under indictment or conviction for felonious acts.

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Re: Weinberger dead
Posted by: Refurbvirgin
Date: March 29, 2006 07:59AM
"If Bush had not granted those pardons, Weinberger would have gone on trial in early 1993 facing perjury and obstruction charges, a courtroom drama that could have changed how Americans perceived key figures from the Reagan administration, including Colin Powell and President Bush himself.

At stake was not only Weinberger’s guilt or innocence but more importantly the legacy of the Reagan-Bush era. Quite likely, too, President Bush would have been caught up in this final unraveling of the Iran-Contra cover-up – and the prospects for his family’s resumption of political power might have been dealt a fatal blow."
[www.consortiumnews.com]
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Re: Weinberger dead
Posted by: cbelt3
Date: March 29, 2006 11:12AM
Yeo, they're all damned.
Go to school. Learn to be a lawyer. Serve in WWII. Work as a lawyer. Become a judge. Get involved in politics. Get named to a cabinet post in the greatest nation in the world. Work hard.
Take down the Soviet Union, the greatest threat to the entire world this nation had ever seen. (Duck and Cover!)
Cut Federal spending significantly. Improve efficiency in government.

Step on a few bugs along the way- DAMN HIM !

Really, reeferboy- you need to look at the whole man. Who among us is without sin ?

Oh- and when are you gonna start calling JFK a 'War Criminal' ? Bay of Pigs anyone ? C'mon- be an equal opportunity abuser.
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Re: Weinberger dead
Posted by: x-uri
Date: March 29, 2006 11:43AM
"Admirer of Churchill" Wingnuts crack me up.
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Re: Weinberger dead
Posted by: Refurbvirgin
Date: March 29, 2006 12:28PM
cbelt3 Wrote:
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> Step on a few bugs along the way- DAMN HIM !

Tens of thousands of innocent Nicarauguans died because "Cap" sold arms to Iranian terrorists and used the money to arm Somoza's ex-Guardia Nacionales. Those innocent people weren't bugs. Many of them were healthcare workers, schoolteachers, clean water tech's and others trying to help the people of Nicaraugua.

> Oh- and when are you gonna start calling JFK a
> 'War Criminal' ? Bay of Pigs anyone ? C'mon- be an
> equal opportunity abuser.

Kennedy was responsible for killing innocent people, too. Clinton killed more Iraqis than Bush. Wesley Clark bombed Serbia sadistically, using DU and cluster bombs on civilian areas, yet Michael Moore adamantly supported his presidential bid. They aren't in power anymore, and nothing you or I do can bring any of their victims back. If enough of us stand up we might be able to stop the current mass-murdering inhabitant of the White House.


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