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    Re: Wash Post: Native Americans Criticize Bush's Silence on School Shooting

    Quote Originally Posted by CbusRed
    Hah,

    You're one of the last people I need help from, but thanks anyways!
    well at least you're admitting that you need help.

    that's a start.
    Last edited by pedro; 03-29-2005 at 01:27 PM. Reason: apparently I need help spelling

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    Re: Wash Post: Native Americans Criticize Bush's Silence on School Shooting

    Quote Originally Posted by CbusRed
    Hah,

    You're one of the last people I need help from, but thanks anyways!
    I am not helping you. I would never help you. I am trying to make a point, and since you are the only person i know that can dig himself in the same hole over and over again. It's easy to point you out.

    My rant has nothing to do with Cbus.
    I am just trying to figure out why people are singling 1 person out. When there are several that the mods can point fingers at. That is all I am saying.

    By the way Craig... Keep digging. Its funny :MandJ:
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    Re: Wash Post: Native Americans Criticize Bush's Silence on School Shooting

    Quote Originally Posted by pedro
    well at least your admitting that you need help.

    that's a start.

    yeah, i need help, im being accused of being a troll for no reason, and I dont know what to do! someone call the internet police!!!!

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    Re: Wash Post: Native Americans Criticize Bush's Silence on School Shooting

    Quote Originally Posted by DunnersGrl44
    I am not helping you. I would never help you. I am trying to make a point, and since you are the only person i know that can dig himself in the same hole over and over again. It's easy to point you out.

    My rant has nothing to do with Cbus.
    I am just trying to figure out why people are singling 1 person out. When there are several that the mods can point fingers at. That is all I am saying.

    By the way Craig... Keep digging. Its funny :MandJ:

    All this coming from a person who, a little over a week ago, personally attacked a poster, his children, and his parenting, over a political thread.

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    Re: Wash Post: Native Americans Criticize Bush's Silence on School Shooting

    My rant has nothing to do with Cbus.
    Yet now this thread does..... and sadly enough it has nothing to do with the subject it was originally about.

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    Re: Wash Post: Native Americans Criticize Bush's Silence on School Shooting

    Quote Originally Posted by westofyou
    Yet now this thread does..... and sadly enough it has nothing to do with the subject it was originally about.
    The mods could deal with that if they wanted to, but derailing threads is okay if they're political I guess.
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    Re: Wash Post: Native Americans Criticize Bush's Silence on School Shooting

    I ain't sayin' nuthin' (sorry, learnt dat double-negative thang from my cultural educator) about what seems to be the "topic at hand" here! :MandJ:

    However, it seemed to push back the usual crowd ripping me on my post. Oh crap, I probably just woke the usual crowd to the fact that I posted something in this thread.

    Got me feelin' all weird. Weird I say! Weird. Or maybe the usual crowd has done a mass ignore on me? Weird I say! Weird. Or maybe the usual crowd has found a new conservative whipping boy? Weird I say! Weird.

    I'm so lonely... I could cry! :MandJ:
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    Re: Wash Post: Native Americans Criticize Bush's Silence on School Shooting

    Quote Originally Posted by Redsfaithful
    The mods could deal with that if they wanted to, but derailing threads is okay if they're political I guess.
    Rest assured, this is being discussed. It takes time. We communicate the same way that everyone else does here, which means that conversations sometimes take a while to complete.

    Help stamp out, eliminate, and do away with redundancy.

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    Re: Wash Post: Native Americans Criticize Bush's Silence on School Shooting

    Quote Originally Posted by westofyou
    Yet now this thread does..... and sadly enough it has nothing to do with the subject it was originally about.

    If im not mistaken, you played a pretty good role in derailing this thread. I kept on topic as long as I could.

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    Re: Wash Post: Native Americans Criticize Bush's Silence on School Shooting

    Quote Originally Posted by CbusRed
    All this coming from a person who, a little over a week ago, personally attacked a poster, his children, and his parenting, over a political thread.
    Your right I did. And I had every right to do so... because he attacked me also. And as I recall you started the whole thing by bringing me into it. So again we come back to you.
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    Re: Wash Post: Native Americans Criticize Bush's Silence on School Shooting

    Native Americans blame Bush for not speaking out after the school shooting.

    The Schindlers blame Bush for not stepping in to reinsert Terry Schiavo's feeding tube.

    Since everything is his fault now, I'm going to blame Bush because I didn't get the tax refund I wanted.

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    Re: Wash Post: Native Americans Criticize Bush's Silence on School Shooting

    Frankly, I think our President does have more important things to do than make a statement about this admittedly tragic event.

    A thousand tragedies occur in this country every day. If the President has to make a statement about every one of them, when is he going to have time to actually run the country?

    Actions speak louder than words.
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    Re: Wash Post: Native Americans Criticize Bush's Silence on School Shooting

    Quote Originally Posted by zombie-a-go-go
    Frankly, I think our President does have more important things to do than make a statement about this admittedly tragic event.

    A thousand tragedies occur in this country every day. If the President has to make a statement about every one of them, when is he going to have time to actually run the country?

    Actions speak louder than words.
    All Hail Zombie.
    That is the smartest thing I have read this entire thread.
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    Re: Wash Post: Native Americans Criticize Bush's Silence on School Shooting

    Quote Originally Posted by zombie-a-go-go
    Frankly, I think our President does have more important things to do than make a statement about this admittedly tragic event.

    A thousand tragedies occur in this country every day. If the President has to make a statement about every one of them, when is he going to have time to actually run the country?

    Actions speak louder than words.
    This one was big, though. "Security Moms" who vote want to be reassured that the Federal government is paying attention to school violence. Maybe they'll vote differently now?

    Haven't seen any Federal actions resulting from this one. Have you?
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    Re: Wash Post: Native Americans Criticize Bush's Silence on School Shooting

    Quote Originally Posted by Unassisted
    This one was big, though. "Security Moms" who vote want to be reassured that the Federal government is paying attention to school violence. Maybe they'll vote differently now?

    Haven't seen any Federal actions resulting from this one. Have you?
    Sure haven't.

    But I'm commenting on what I believe the responsibility of the office of President is, not what this President in particular has or has not done.
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