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  1. 08 Dec '10 00:25
    69 years ago, December 7th, 1941 The United States had the largest anti war, isolationist, pacification movement it has ever had. Ignore the Japanese Imperialism, let Europe solve it's own problems was the cry. Stick to our own borders and stay out of the business of other countries.
    And a few hours after Pearl Harbor all that changed.

    I'd like to see a return to our pre-WW2 values.
  2. 08 Dec '10 00:45
    Originally posted by Sam The Sham
    69 years ago, December 7th, 1941 The United States had the largest anti war, isolationist, pacification movement it has ever had. Ignore the Japanese Imperialism, let Europe solve it's own problems was the cry. Stick to our own borders and stay out of the business of other countries.
    And a few hours after Pearl Harbor all that changed.

    I'd like to see a return to our pre-WW2 values.
    The Japs bit off more than the could chew and got what they deserved! Since then we got draft dodging , draft card burning Presidents apologizing to them and punk community organizers bowing to them. Revisionist progressive text book writers who want to brain wash our children into thinking the USA was the aggressor.
    May those brave American serviceman rest in peace and God bless the pilots of the Enola Gay!
  3. Subscriber no1marauder
    It's Nice to Be Nice
    08 Dec '10 01:10
    You people are completely deranged.
  4. 08 Dec '10 01:22
    There you have it folks! The progressive mind set towards fellow Americans is if you honor the fallen U.S. soldiers of WW2 "you are deranged".
  5. 08 Dec '10 01:34
    Originally posted by utherpendragon
    There you have it folks! The progressive mind set towards fellow Americans is if you honor the fallen U.S. soldiers of WW2 "you are deranged".
    Don't be constantly grouping him in with the progressives. I disagree with him all of the time.

    Lean Forward.
  6. 08 Dec '10 01:35
    Originally posted by badmoon
    Don't be constantly grouping him in with the progressives. I disagree with him all of the time.

    Lean Forward.
    He claims to be one so I call him one.
  7. Subscriber no1marauder
    It's Nice to Be Nice
    08 Dec '10 01:47 / 3 edits
    Originally posted by utherpendragon
    There you have it folks! The progressive mind set towards fellow Americans is if you honor the fallen U.S. soldiers of WW2 "you are deranged".
    Your posts didn't "honor fallen soldiers" at all. They were just the usual attacks on imaginary enemies.

    EDIT: This is "honoring" anyone:

    Since then we got draft dodging , draft card burning Presidents apologizing to them and punk community organizers bowing to them. Revisionist progressive text book writers who want to brain wash our children into thinking the USA was the aggressor.


    It's just the loony, Glen Beck crap you incessantly spout.
  8. Subscriber AThousandYoung
    It's only business
    08 Dec '10 01:54
    Our pre-WWII values made us a target.
  9. Subscriber no1marauder
    It's Nice to Be Nice
    08 Dec '10 01:59
    Originally posted by Sam The Sham
    69 years ago, December 7th, 1941 The United States had the largest anti war, isolationist, pacification movement it has ever had. Ignore the Japanese Imperialism, let Europe solve it's own problems was the cry. Stick to our own borders and stay out of the business of other countries.
    And a few hours after Pearl Harbor all that changed.

    I'd like to see a return to our pre-WW2 values.
    Our pre WWII values included overwhelming support for the New Deal and other progressive legislation.

    I'd sure like to see a return to those values, too.
  10. 08 Dec '10 02:16
    Originally posted by no1marauder
    Our pre WWII values included overwhelming support for the New Deal and other progressive legislation.

    I'd sure like to see a return to those values, too.
    The New Deal was doodly-squat compared to the social reforms and civil rights movement/affirmative action policies that followed in the 60's and 70's.
    WTF are you talking about?

    OK let's take it back to the New Deal of the 30's compared to now, would that be better than today?
  11. Subscriber no1marauder
    It's Nice to Be Nice
    08 Dec '10 02:27
    Originally posted by Sam The Sham
    The New Deal was doodly-squat compared to the social reforms and civil rights movement/affirmative action policies that followed in the 60's and 70's.
    WTF are you talking about?

    OK let's take it back to the New Deal of the 30's compared to now, would that be better than today?
    There runs a straight line from the policies adopted in the 30's to those adopted in the 60's. The journey of a thousand miles starts with a single step (Confucius?). Anyway, you said "values" and the values of the New Deal were progressive, liberal ones (listen to an FDR speech).

    If we had kept Glass-Steagall around from the New Deal, Wall Street wouldn't have been able to wreck our economy a few years ago.
  12. 08 Dec '10 02:35
    Originally posted by no1marauder
    Your posts didn't "honor fallen soldiers" at all. They were just the usual attacks on imaginary enemies.

    EDIT: This is "honoring" anyone:

    Since then we got draft dodging , draft card burning Presidents apologizing to them and punk community organizers bowing to them. Revisionist progressive text book writers who want to brain wash our ch ...[text shortened]... e aggressor.


    It's just the loony, Glen Beck crap you incessantly spout.
    Typical of a progressive to selective edit.


    "May those brave American serviceman rest in peace and God bless the pilots of the Enola Gay!"-uthrpendragon

    Thats honoring fallen and WW2 vets moron!
  13. Subscriber no1marauder
    It's Nice to Be Nice
    08 Dec '10 02:42 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by utherpendragon
    Typical of a progressive to selective edit.


    [b]"May those brave American serviceman rest in peace and God bless the pilots of the Enola Gay!"-uthrpendragon


    Thats honoring fallen and WW2 vets moron![/b]
    I'll be happy when you're resting in peace.

    You want to destroy pretty much everything they fought for. Typical of someone who thinks rebel traitors were "right" to try to dissolve the country itself.
  14. 08 Dec '10 02:44
    Originally posted by no1marauder
    I'll be happy when you're resting in peace.
    That breaks my heart. You can be so mean sometimes.:'(:'(:'(
  15. Subscriber no1marauder
    It's Nice to Be Nice
    08 Dec '10 02:47
    Originally posted by utherpendragon
    That breaks my heart. You can be so mean sometimes.:'(:'(:'(
    Then you'll love the edit.