Doug "Desperado" Bradford 
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Re: “We must look at what our country has become

Message to Old Corp= and you are very probably just a decrepit old geezer who killed Viet Nam teenagers and, because of that, try to rub balm on your tortured soul by justifying sending current troop to kill Arab teenagers.

I have the answer boys = The Department of Defenses own estimates show that it cost eighteen million dollars ($18,000,000) to kill an Arab.

The Taliban's own figures show that one of their own would commit individual suicide, without hurting anyone else, for about $350 U.S.

The difference would enable us to feed, house, and clother 432,000 U.S. citizens a year

Posted by Doug "Desperado" Bradford on October 19, 2011 at 9:10 PM

Re: “We must look at what our country has become


Your ignorance shows on its face (in addition to your 3 misspelled words and 4 grammatical/syntax errors)

Thus, you are proof that liberals own guns.

The main manifestation of your ignorance is your lack of a 3rd grade understanding of the constitution. If in fact, as you wrongly state "80% of the general population support banning assult weapons to the general public and 70% of the members of Congress agree" then the constituion could be amended in about 20 minutes to ban assault rifles.

PS to fish pimp = what is that in your mouth -

Posted by Doug "Desperado" Bradford on October 19, 2011 at 8:55 PM

Re: “The Tea Party vs. Occupy Wall Street


I both disagree with and am manifestly disappointed by your bigoted indictment that "Occupy America" has no validity.

Quite to the contrary, it is the only growing national movement that has any validity.

It is given that validity by the fact that all sides of the political spectrum applaud its motives. (Nancy Pelosi on the extreme ignorant liberal left, me in the middle, and you on the right)

I am almost 70 and a product of the 60's revolution. I served during Nam, protested, smoked, ingested, protested some more, and had fun doing it.

Personally, the last time I felt as alive as I did today when visiting the park and talking to the kids was chatting with Ron Paul at the Shriner's place during the last election.

If you were there then and if you have been to Brittlebank park, you'd know that the Charleston attendees are essentially the same folks (or at last the same spirited folks). I'd bet Ron Paul is in favor the Occupy America and, when I go back to the park tomorrow to support the kids, I'll ask them if they are in favor of Ron Paul. I also might make and hand out comments of your indictment of them, along with your email address and cell phone number

Posted by Doug "Desperado" Bradford on October 19, 2011 at 8:47 PM
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