posted by pissed off patricia at 2:11 AM
That is one very good question- an excellent one.
A good question that will not be raised. The current financial madness has pushed many good questions out of the que. And considering that most Americans do not understand the deeper implications of using a military force not under the direct command of the military nor answerable to them, it is a question that will not be answered anytime soon.My only hope is that our financial woes somehow trickle into the Iraq war. That in order for us to begin to get our financial house in order, the dollars being pissed down the drain over there will begin to dry up. That will help to cut Blackwater and their private army cohorts out pretty quick. No money, no hired guns.
I think you will find less business for outfits like Blackwater with Obama in place. There is still the Afghan thing that will need to be resolved but Iraq will go away as an issue in a year or two. What we do about supporting the country we destroyed for no reason is another question altogether.
Excellent question, although I'd expect something along the lines of a softball game instead. Pointed, direct, and honest questions in a "real debate" format remains a pipe dream.
There will never be a legitimately painful question asked in one of those made-for-teevee events ever.
What, you wanna get a brother killed?
Don't have a question for Obama, but I have one for McCain:"Douchebagsezwhat?"
Excellent question. I wish we had members of the foreign press asking some questions at these debates!
Blackwater! Sounds so evil.blackwater: n. Wastewater from household toilets, usually having gross faecal contamination.blackwater fever: n. A serious, often fatal complication of chronic malaria, characterized by the passage of bloody, dark red or black urine.I guess they really gave much thought to the name, it is apt.
great question.i hope mccain loses his temper and froths at the mouth in front of millions.
I want to know when the NSA is going to stop warrantless eavesdropping of phone conversation of US soldiers and non-combatants in Iraq. got this idea from an ACLU e-mail. This really is happening.
@Spartacus--I want to know when they're going to stop warrantless eavesdropping of civilians right here at home too.
Well, since the McCain campaign is all about relevance *cough* *bullshit* *cough*, I'd ask him if he thinks the conflict in Vietnam has ended... in his HEAD!The McCain Doctrine: ab irato.
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