Mission...Accomplished...?

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  1. Bullypulpit
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    <center><IMG src=http://i.cnn.net/cnn/2003/ALLPOLITICS/10/28/mission.accomplished/vstory.bush.banner.afp.jpg></center>

    <center>May 1, 2003</center>

    <center><IMG src=http://i.a.cnn.net/cnn/2004/WORLD/meast/11/05/iraq.main/story.marines.ap.jpg></center>

    <center>November 6, 2004</center>

    It appears that the mission was not so well accomplished as Dubbyuh's cheery, grossly overpoduced photo-op and sound bite laden speech would have us believe.

    So much for "Mission Accomplished"...And where are those Iraqi citizens throwing flowers at the feet of US soldiers as they enter Falluja? Why did the offensive begin after the election? Why, after mishandling Iraq and the "war on Terror" so badly, did nearly 57 million people vote Dubbyuh back into office? Are that many people really that stupid?
     
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    Bush reelected on Nov 2nd 2004 as I stated he would.

    Mission accomplished!
     
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    I agree get with it or get the fuck out. Tierd of hearing constant whining.
     
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    Did you know that wars are made of more than one mission? I know you like beating a dead horse, but it has been explained over and over and over again, that the sign reflected that the SHIP's mission was accomplished as well as the mission of unseating Saddam. I know you are not THAT stupid and are just being an ass, but I still have to set the record straight so that others won't fall for your dumbass shit.
     
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    Bully's really digging in the bottom of the barrel now.

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    The "ship's mission"? It that somehow independant of the overall mission. And it certainly didn't mean that it carried out its orders correctly. It was an internationally televised broadcast, and the banner meant the mission to win the Battle of Iraq. As the President so bodly stated, "the battle for Iraq is over." What horrible judgement...
     
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    whats the matter bully? So tired you have to recycle your old garbage?
     
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    Yes, the ship's misson was independent of the overall mission. Just as the missions of the support units, the Special Ops units, the ground units, etc. They all had DIFFERENT missions and as they accomplished their missions, they were over.

    During the first Gulf War our unit had the mission of taking Jaliba Airbase. We accomplished that mission. However, at that point, the Iraqi Army had not yet been pushed out of Kuwait. That did not take away from the fact that WE had accomplished our mission. Once that mission was over, we were tasked with another mission, to destroy the retreating Republican Guard units as they hightailed it back toward Baghdad. We also accomplished that mission. See, wars are made up of MANY missions. Just as D-Day was a mission, it did not in of itself end the war, but once the D-Day mission was completed, we were well on our way to winning. Get a clue.
     
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    Hey dumbass--yes it was independent of the overall mission. Who told YOU what the banner intended to mean?--One of your Clinton aides who trusted the exit polling ? Why don't you spend some time getting a real candidate. You have 3 years and you're going to need every bit of it. Bashing Bush NOW is the stupidest thing I've seen you libs do. What do you expect it to accomplish now ????
     
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    This seems to be the constant theme of the fucked up libs in our country now, that the more intelligent people in the cities voted for Commie John and the rest of us were nothing but a bunch of country dumbfucks. The condescension and pseudointellectualism makes me want to commit murder.
     

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