scratch_king said:This article says that the most liberal anti-Bush Senator in Washington, Diane Feinstein, recently bought a sixteen million dollar mansion in San Francisco. Her husband owns seventy-five per cent of a company that has won over a billion dollars worth of contracts in Iraq and Afghanistan. I wonder how much Kennedy, Kerry, and hillary are making off the war; see, Dick Cheney and Halliburton isn't getting it all!
Yea , Yea we know. Its ok if the democrats do it. Only if.Tyrone Slothrop said:Now wait a minute, last year Kerry was the 'most liberal' Senator. Who is it? You can't have more than one 'most liberal'. You say that her husband's company 'won' the contracts. Since when is it illegal or unpatriotic to bid on services required by our armed forces in time of war? I think some have argued that it is a patriotic duty.
You'd have to be a fool not to invest in companies that profit from war in time of war. .
I must have missed something. Is Senator Feinstein accused of doing something illegal? BTW, the site linked is a Libertarian run site. Next we'll hear that Kerry is a war profiteer because you have to put ketchup on an MRE to make it edible!tieguy said:What's a liberal to do? TS what does the liberal mantra call for here? Do we investigate fienstien [sic] for war profiteering or do we discredit the news source an obvious liberal anti war site for reporting fienstiens [sic] war profiteering?
Tie, you've lost it. Either you posted in the wrong thread, or you are just totally full of it, or both. Whose 'good name' was destroyed? If someone slandered a Supreme Court Justice, don't you think they would be in just a bit of jeopardy?tieguy said:yep you did. Legality had nothing to do with supreme court nominees having their good name destroyed as part of the liberal confirmation process.
Give it try. I have an exceptionally high IQ and above average reading comprehension.tieguy said:I'm not going to explain it to you. Its too complicated for you to understand. Try not to burn yourself or burn your house down when you cook the ribs.
Not in your case. You will find a way.Tyrone Slothrop said:Give it try. I have an exceptionally high IQ and above average reading comprehension.
Ribs are slow smoked over a low heat (if done correctly), the danger of fire is very low; the biggest concern is keeping a bit of charcoal smoldering. Your concern is touching, however it is misplaced.
When the name calling begins, I take it as an indication that the opposition has no valid argument.tieguy said:alright if you insist. Even cooking ribs slowly I think you're too stupid to accomplish the task without burning yourself and the house down. Be careful.
Tie, please read what you wrote again very slowly and out loud. I highlighted your name calling to make it easier for you.tieguy said:alright if you insist. Even cooking ribs slowly I think you're too stupid to accomplish the task without burning yourself and the house down. Be careful.