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    Steppenwolf

    In reply to: everyone just needs to become more secure with themselves as a single. self esteam people. I agree with that narrow statement. However, the kernel of truth in your post is buried in angry and misguided misogyny. I've been perfectly happy single, but I can honestly tell you that my wife makes me a much happier, better man (and I have previously had very fulfilling relationships with other women). As far as your hatred of women goes, I’m sorry (and a little disgusted). One can be perfectly happy with themselves and yet fully capable of inviting another person into their life. If you’re unable to form a meaningful relationship with a woman, you’re missing an absolutely amazing experience. Open your eyes--you’ll find most women are the absolute opposite of your hateful characterization.

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    Steppenwolf

    In reply to:dear jackass... iraqs not about our protection. Jackass? You don't know powerlifter, nor do you know FaBMX, who you took the liberty of flaming in the other thread. Relax, my man.

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    Steppenwolf

    I realize that I’m a little late to this party… I don’t agree with you, Cenfath (although I understand where you're coming from). Part of our mission in Iraq is to convince Iraqis of the virtues of democratization, liberalization, and the rule of law. Lowering ourselves to the level of our enemies guarantees our failure by tainting the way of life that we seek to promote. We cannot find justification for our own behavior in the actions of those that we morally condemn. On a personal level, I sympathize with this soldier. I also have friends in Iraq that I worry about as well. Unfortunately, it’s nearly impossible to tell who the enemy is in situations such as these--our soldiers have an extremely difficult job. However, their innocence or guilt must be determined by the UCMJ according to existing legal conventions, not by protests of the public. We are a nation of laws, and this is the vision that we bring to Iraq; this is our alternative to theocracy and totalitarianism. How can we promote values that we discard whenever it’s convenient? I don’t have enough facts to judge this soldier as either guilty or innocent (and he may turn out innocent), but I would never sign a petition urging our military to ignore its own laws. This soldier knew or should have known the legal conventions that bound him when he signed up for the military. He assumed that burden, and we cannot simply set him free because we find his case sympathetic.

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    Steppenwolf

    Bleh... so have I, back in my vomiting days.

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    Steppenwolf

    To make clear what I was trying to say on the "I knew I'd get you!" post, I was expressing my appreciation for the political discussions with other poster, including you.

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    Steppenwolf

    In the depths of my depraved mind.

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    Steppenwolf

    No, I was actually being perfectly serious. I genuinely do hope for the best. Nonetheless, I am ever vigilant.

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    Steppenwolf

    I knew I'd get you on that one! If you and Websex didn't always humor my political posts, I just don't know what I would do with myself.

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    Steppenwolf

    Each to their own. Politics interests me, and I love my country enough to care about who runs it, and how they run it. I accept Bush's presidency and hope that his next four years are successful, but that doesn't warrant ignoring underlying policies.

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