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    "I'm bringing to you and to the people of the United States the gratitude of the Afghan people for the support that your taxpayers' money has provided Afghanistan over the past decade and for the difference that it has made to the well-being of the Afghan people," Karzai told Obama.
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    Well isn't it nice that Karzai and the Afghan people appreciate the US taxpayers and their money? If you ask prime minister Al-Maliki I'm sure he will say that both he and the Iraqi people appreciate the US taxpayers and their money. If we invade Iran I'm sure their new president will appreciate US taxpayers and their money too. And let's not forget the military/industrial cabal. They surely appreciate US taxpayers and all their money no matter what country we use their products and services in. Doesn't all this appreciation make you righties feel all warm and fuzzy inside? Especially every April 15, that is when it should have the biggest affect on you. And since we get all this appreciation, I'm sure you will all be pleased to read this:

    "There will be no rush for the exits," NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen told reporters as the summit opened, saying the alliance's plan was sound and vowing to "see it through to a successful end."

    Think of all the appreciation American tax payers will receive for probably decades to come. Doesn't that make you wish it were April 15th every day?

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    You know, a thank you from Z and yourself would go a long way!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ram78d10 View Post
    "I'm bringing to you and to the people of the United States the gratitude of the Afghan people for the support that your taxpayers' money has provided Afghanistan over the past decade and for the difference that it has made to the well-being of the Afghan people," Karzai told Obama.
    Afghanistan

    Well isn't it nice that Karzai and the Afghan people appreciate the US taxpayers and their money? If you ask prime minister Al-Maliki I'm sure he will say that both he and the Iraqi people appreciate the US taxpayers and their money. If we invade Iran I'm sure their new president will appreciate US taxpayers and their money too. And let's not forget the military/industrial cabal. They surely appreciate US taxpayers and all their money no matter what country we use their products and services in. Doesn't all this appreciation make you righties feel all warm and fuzzy inside? Especially every April 15, that is when it should have the biggest affect on you. And since we get all this appreciation, I'm sure you will all be pleased to read this:

    "There will be no rush for the exits," NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen told reporters as the summit opened, saying the alliance's plan was sound and vowing to "see it through to a successful end."

    Think of all the appreciation American tax payers will receive for probably decades to come. Doesn't that make you wish it were April 15th every day?
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    Funny how the righties cry all day long every day about the national debt, but they don't have a problem just forking money over to the crooked Afghan government.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ram78d10 View Post
    Funny how the righties cry all day long every day about the national debt, but they don't have a problem just forking money over to the crooked Afghan government.
    Nope. I don;t like it anymore than forking out out to some meth mommie. And Obama managed to find 20 million more of them than any other president in history. Or created them, take your pick.
    At least I don't have to worry that some Afghan is going to cast a vote to re-elect his lame ass. Can you assure me not one useless American won't do the same?



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    Quote Originally Posted by gn7 View Post
    Nope. I don;t like it anymore than forking out out to some meth mommie. And Obama managed to find 20 million more of them than any other president in history. Or created them, take your pick.
    At least I don't have to worry that some Afghan is going to cast a vote to re-elect his lame ass. Can you assure me not one useless American won't do the same?
    If you had to choose one Bob, the American citizen meth mommie, or the Afghani, who would you rather taxpayer dollars go to?

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    I already told you. The Afghan. I has SOME viabiltiy! But one thing is for sure. I don't have to concern myself with him re-electing an anti American socialist POS that is hell bent on destroying the country from the inside.
    All the Afghan in the world don't amount to 1/100 the expense of the meth mommies and their useless dead weight offspring. Who undoubtedly will all grow up to be leaching dead beat meth mommies themselves. Its a vicious never ending circle and you know it ram. It only grows. It has never shrank since LBJ. It has only grown. It will only get worse.
    Do we subsidize Japan today? Germany? We will ALWAYS be subsidizing the worthless as long as you and zombie, 1986, R&J and all the other socialist country destroyers are for it.
    If this country doesn't get its ass back to work, and EVERY SINGLE person paying in, we are screwed. AND THE INCLUDES YOUR LAZY ASS RAM!!!!!!!



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    Quote Originally Posted by gn7 View Post
    I already told you. The Afghan. I has SOME viabiltiy! But one thing is for sure. I don't have to concern myself with him re-electing an anti American socialist POS that is hell bent on destroying the country from the inside.
    All the Afghan in the world don't amount to 1/100 the expense of the meth mommies and their useless dead weight offspring. Who undoubtedly will all grow up to be leaching dead beat meth mommies themselves. Its a vicious never ending circle and you know it ram. It only grows. It has never shrank since LBJ. It has only grown. It will only get worse.
    Do we subsidize Japan today? Germany? We will ALWAYS be subsidizing the worthless as long as you and zombie, 1986, R&J and all the other socialist country destroyers are for it.
    If this country doesn't get its ass back to work, and EVERY SINGLE person paying in, we are screwed. AND THE INCLUDES YOUR LAZY ASS RAM!!!!!!!
    There might be some kind of balance thing going on..
    On one hand there are the contributions to the local economy with local manufacture/sales of the meth product....
    Compare to Afghanistan the largest producer of hashish in the world and In 2007, 92% of the non-pharmaceutical grade opiates in the world market came from Afghanistan.

    I figure the meth deal did more to stimulate our economy.....compared to the government subsidized heroin production in Afghanistan.

    And i know the 2000+ weapons holder shipped to mexican drug cartels in a effort to keep product safe on it's way to consumers figures in there somewhere but he seems to have become a little modest over taking any actual credit for his contribution to the economy of mexico and ours.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SoldHondaBoughtHondo View Post
    There might be some kind of balance thing going on..
    On one hand there are the contributions to the local economy with local manufacture/sales of the meth product....
    Compare to Afghanistan the largest producer of hashish in the world and In 2007, 92% of the non-pharmaceutical grade opiates in the world market came from Afghanistan.

    I figure the meth deal did more to stimulate our economy.....compared to the government subsidized heroin production in Afghanistan.

    And i know the 2000+ weapons holder shipped to mexican drug cartels in a effort to keep product safe on it's way to consumers figures in there somewhere but he seems to have become a little modest over taking any actual credit for his contribution to the economy of mexico and ours.

    The trillion dollar wars and supporting international heroin cabals benefit the military industrial complex. Welfare programs benefit only citizens and local businesses.
    As a good Republican you need to see the big picture of what is important for the warmonger corporate tycoons and all their employees. "Wars R Us" is a good motto for every American to to live by

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