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Old 01-09-2007, 08:15 PM   #26
Mike Sigman
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Re: The New Year, and the Three Leaders

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Also, a Kurdish judge (in an article I recently linked) stated that it is against Iraqi law to execute someone at the beginning of the Feast of Eid. And so, on several levels, the timing and the nature of the execution reveal the arrogant disregard the Occupying Power in regard to the Iraqi people.
Has anyone seen Neil Mick complaining so much about the videos of Americans and enemies of terrorists dying from their skulls being drilled into with electric drills? Or of heads being sawed off? Or of children who were gassed to death by Saddam? No. Neil is only angry at America and "The Jooooz". Anything done to them is fine (oh sure, a little glib lip-service so that he can get by the people with double-digit IQ's). One wonders why Neil doesn't just move to an Islamic country?

First of all, people like Neil will be the first ones killed, when the time comes. Islam does not believe women or gays are human. Islam does not tolerate "unbelievers", so Neil better get ready to start praying on a rug 5 times a day. Islam does not tolerate a "free and open society", so Neil better get used to the idea that he can't publish his ravings freely. And so on.

Tell us more about your incensed outrage about such a horrible and humiliating death for Saddam, Neil. Go to Iraq and publish your thoughts to the people whose relatives died by Saddam's orders. Or are you a hypocrite?

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Mike
 
Old 01-09-2007, 09:16 PM   #27
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Re: The New Year, and the Three Leaders

Hey Mike,

What happened to your position of no personal comments? That last post was offensive. So was the one calling Neil a mendacious nut-case.


Mark
 
Old 01-09-2007, 09:27 PM   #28
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Re: The New Year, and the Three Leaders

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What happened to your position of no personal comments? That last post was offensive. So was the one calling Neil a mendacious nut-case.
No, if you'll notice in archived posts here and in other places, I never make personal comments except to someone who establishes himself as making personal comments. Go look at Neil's posts and see if he makes personal and offensive comments about The Jooz, Bush, Cheney, etc. He opened the door. Odd .... let me look and see if you've ever complained about Neil's offensive personal comments or his skewed and offensive remarks about Jews. I'll get back to you... I'm assuming you support what he says or that you've complained, right?

Mike Sigman
 
Old 01-09-2007, 10:31 PM   #29
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Re: The New Year, and the Three Leaders

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....... I'll get back to you... I'm assuming you support what he says or that you've complained, right?

Mike Sigman
I can complain about your rudeness without supporting someone else. You do quite a job of complaining about Neil's posts. I couldn't improve on it and don't feel any need to add to it.

I have never read Neil making as offensive of remarks about members of the forum as you have been making lately. Seems you have the principal of not making personal remarks, except when you feel like it, then it's ok. That's how it reads anyway.

Mark
 
Old 01-10-2007, 07:51 AM   #30
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I can complain about your rudeness without supporting someone else. You do quite a job of complaining about Neil's posts.
Ah.... then you don't see the humour in someone handing back Neil's personal-attack posts at him and then having him complain about "liberal bashing"? And you don't see the humour in returning the favours to a few Brits who ceaselessly complain about the US... only to have them cry out lout about "Euro-bashing" when it's handed back to them? Pity. I'll explain it to you sometime.

Your basic premise about "no personal comments" was false, but I don't think that's your problem. You simply don't like viewpoints that oppose your own and, like Neil, you've taken it personal. Fair enough. It's an Open Discussion. But you don't seem to have any humour behind your complaints... it's a partisan thing, right? No, don't answer. I'm not really interested.

Mike
 
Old 01-10-2007, 12:05 PM   #31
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Thread closed due to personal comments and attacks.

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