Bush Views Katrina Devastation From 30,000 ft

Re: Bush Views Katrina Devastation From 30,000 ft

PostBy: ken On: Mon Mar 10, 2008 12:18 am

my caption :D "damn that ground sure is coming at us fast , wonder how hard were going to hit."
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Re: Bush Views Katrina Devastation From 30,000 ft

PostBy: Devil505 On: Mon Mar 10, 2008 8:00 am

acesover wrote:The commies that I speak of and that I foresee rapeing and kiling our families are the RED CHINESE. They are a clear and present danger, much greater than anything coming from the sand dogs. The sand dogs can only bomb and kill a few, the RED COMMIES will inslave US.


Those "Red Chinese" commies you hate make just about everything you touch on a daily basis. (except of course your coalstove & coal ) Close your eyes, feel your way into your den/living room, pick up the first thing your hand touches (lamp, knick-knack, anything) & turn it over.....Made In China will be on the bottom. The planet is getting smaller every day & we need them just as much as they need us as a market for their goods. It's 2008 not 1958.
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Re: Bush Views Katrina Devastation From 30,000 ft

PostBy: LsFarm On: Mon Mar 10, 2008 9:26 pm

No, we don't NEED them at all, the so called 'world economy' needs the cheap labor from china to fuel the demise of the middle class in america... that is what is happening.

Devil, you must be retired, with nothing to do but point fingers at other people.. sad state of mind and waste of time and energy..

Katrina was a true disaster, but it was forcast and forseen... the Governor and Mayor hoped to bury their heads and hope it would blow over or turn away..

When it was too late, then their stupidity kicked into high gear, and they stubbornly refused to sign the papers allowing the National guard and Fema to pre-position for disaster relief.. Since they couldn't pre-position, the relief forces were kept out of the disaster area by the very loss of infrastructure that they were there to help repair...

Dallas, what are you going to do when Bush is no longer the President, start kicking your dog?? Jeez, get a life.

Greg L

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Re: Bush Views Katrina Devastation From 30,000 ft

PostBy: Wood'nCoal On: Mon Mar 10, 2008 10:13 pm

Devil5052 wrote:Those "Red Chinese" commies you hate make just about everything you touch on a daily basis. (except of course your coalstove & coal ) Close your eyes, feel your way into your den/living room, pick up the first thing your hand touches (lamp, knick-knack, anything) & turn it over.....Made In China will be on the bottom. The planet is getting smaller every day & we need them just as much as they need us as a market for their goods. It's 2008 not 1958.


C'mon Devil, wake up! It is, in fact, 2008. The Chinese have cleverly infiltrated the U.S. market with their cheaply made products. We really don't need them at all-if U.S. manufacturers turned out goods for the same prices as their Chinese counterparts, that is.
China is a communist country and their government should not be trusted. The flooding of our market with their goods and the resulting trade imbalance is a subtle way to undermine a capitalist economy.
It's just that the term "Red China" has fallen out of use over time.

I wonder how many people on the street know that China is a communist country?

Damn good food, though!
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Re: Bush Views Katrina Devastation From 30,000 ft

PostBy: titleist1 On: Tue Mar 11, 2008 12:11 am

My caption....
"Really? The one engine we have left will get us all the way to the crash site? Whew, I thought we might be in trouble there for a minute."

:D
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Re: Bush Views Katrina Devastation From 30,000 ft

PostBy: acesover On: Tue Mar 11, 2008 12:28 am

Let me make cleare I dont hate the RED Commies, I dislike the threat they pose to our country. This global economey that we hear of on the news...constancy is a product of the last four administrations endorsed by the congress. I hold the congress more for the fall of this country than any other factor. The global economey exists because of ourcongress.. Rep. & Dem. they care less about the working man, just like you.
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Re: Bush Views Katrina Devastation From 30,000 ft

PostBy: acesover On: Tue Mar 11, 2008 12:50 am

The country is falling apart, cause of RED CHINA+ OIL prices + war debt + congres lack of intrust except for ther personial gaine.
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Re: Bush Views Katrina Devastation From 30,000 ft

PostBy: acesover On: Tue Mar 11, 2008 1:15 am

As I sit and watch my 14th mo. geandson at play I wonder where will he work, if the conress has any say it would be to ship his job off to the group overseas that lobbyed the most or gave the most to my campaine. Or would it be that this could never cross a congresses mind...... no no no no non non on onno nonon no non no no SHIP THAT JOB oversease
MY GRANDSON MAY GET RICH CAUSE OF MY CONECTIONS..... in the congressmans mind. you know tis true. bite it and blead.
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Re: Bush Views Katrina Devastation From 30,000 ft

PostBy: Devil505 On: Tue Mar 11, 2008 6:11 am

[quote="Wood'nCoalC'mon Devil, wake up! It is, in fact, 2008. The Chinese have cleverly infiltrated the U.S. market with their cheaply made products. We really don't need them at all-if U.S. manufacturers turned out goods for the same prices as their Chinese counterparts, that is.
China is a communist country and their government should not be trusted. The flooding of our market with their goods and the resulting trade imbalance is a subtle way to undermine a capitalist economy.
It's just that the term "Red China" has fallen out of use over time.

I wonder how many people on the street know that China is a communist country?

Damn good food, though![/quote]

Morning John,

& who's to blame for our record defecit trade policies & encouraging manufactering to leave this country? (Hint....His address is 1600 Pennsylvania Ave, DC.)

I agree about their food though ;)
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Re: Bush Views Katrina Devastation From 30,000 ft

PostBy: LsFarm On: Tue Mar 11, 2008 11:51 am

And who was living at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave, when he pushed for and signed the NAFTA disaster, and who had his hand out for kickbacks for the China deals??? Good 'ol BJ Bill... I'll be suffering financially for NAFTA till the day I die..

Greg L

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Re: Bush Views Katrina Devastation From 30,000 ft

PostBy: Wood'nCoal On: Tue Mar 11, 2008 11:02 pm

Devil5052 wrote:[quote="Wood'nCoalC'mon Devil, wake up! It is, in fact, 2008. The Chinese have cleverly infiltrated the U.S. market with their cheaply made products. We really don't need them at all-if U.S. manufacturers turned out goods for the same prices as their Chinese counterparts, that is.
China is a communist country and their government should not be trusted. The flooding of our market with their goods and the resulting trade imbalance is a subtle way to undermine a capitalist economy.
It's just that the term "Red China" has fallen out of use over time.

I wonder how many people on the street know that China is a communist country?

Damn good food, though!


Morning John,

& who's to blame for our record defecit trade policies & encouraging manufactering to leave this country? (Hint....His address is 1600 Pennsylvania Ave, DC.)

I agree about their food though ;)[/quote]

Can't blame it all on Bush 43 Devil, remember the Congress and that checks and balances thing???

Fried wontons for everyone!!!!
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Re: Bush Views Katrina Devastation From 30,000 ft

PostBy: coalkirk On: Wed Mar 12, 2008 5:34 am

LsFarm wrote:And who was living at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave, when he pushed for and signed the NAFTA disaster, and who had his hand out for kickbacks for the China deals??? Good 'ol BJ Bill... I'll be suffering financially for NAFTA till the day I die..

Greg L

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Bill presided over the pushing through of NAFTA, but as I remember, there was wide bipartisan support among the "elites" democrat and republican. It must be good for the very rich but sure not good for the average American. While we squabble over liberal and conservative, they are really very much the same at the top, they get richer and they don't care about us at all. Devil and Stockingfull only see republican boogey men but the clintons, who have never held a real job in their lives are multi, multi millionaires and that money came from china and the middle east. (Ok, Hillary worked at the Rose law firm briefly, long enough to get involved in crooked land developement)
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