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Beginning comment: I'm proud to be an American but the GOP and the Bush Crime Family are a disgrace to not only the U.S. but to humanity also! Supporting the troops in a lie is a Catch 22 GOP Game. Just like the "Deck of Cards" which is a disgrace to America. The deaths of thousands of people are not a game. It desecrates the memory of our dead soldiers. I'd like to see Bush drop off a deck of his playing cards with the families of the dead soldiers. Let Junior explain to them how his game is played!


Why is the U.S. the only country that shoots, beats, abuses, and arrests its protesters? Think about it!


It is completely impossible for any of them, ‘The Bush/Media Crime Family’ to even remotely believe in religion.

 

Europe?


 

Iraq


 

Myramar - March 13, 2003


Main Taiwan Comment:

The U.S. could never have more of an "unquestioning" "absolute" allie in the world. For 50 years thus far.

When you see this going on in Taiwan you're doing something very very wrong. But then, maybe you have

your head up Junior's *ss?

Peter Arnett is very popular and doing well in Asia, March 13, 2003

I've never seen Taiwanese protest against something going on outside their country.

Taiwanese begin boycotting US businesses in front of McDonalds, March 13, 2003

Radical Taiwanese Terrorists with links to Al Qaeda! Right Bush!

More radical terrorist with "Weapons of Mass Destruction, Babies" with links to Al Qaeda!

Better send in the Oakland police to shoot these bastards!


 

In front of USA Embassy in Taiwan. It seems the protesters tried to rush the doors because a fight broke out.

See the "Boycott American Businesses" sign!

 

More radical terrorist with "Weapons of Mass Destruction, Candles"

Better send in the Oakland police to shoot these bastards! Better yet, send in the Tanks and replace the

Taiwan President!

 

Children of Mass Destruction singing "stop the U.S. killing!" Songs with links to Al Qaeda!

Send the bastards to Guantanamo Bay for re-education!

In front of the U.S. Embassy in Taipei Taiwan, March 13, 2003