Oldie but goodie: COULTERGEIST GETS OWNED!

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    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vg7IhR0ccgo&feature=related]YouTube - Ann Coulter Gets Owned[/ame]

    Ha!
     
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    by that little twerp! you serious??






    :lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::eusa_eh:
     
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    how is being totally WRONG, PWNing someone?
    that guy was flat out WRONG
    Canadians DID fight in the Vietnam war
    many crossed the border and joined the US Military and went to Nam

    The North Wall
     
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    She said Canada sent troops. You MORON.
     
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    no shit
    and Canada did send some near the end
     
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    Very near the end, like when the treaty was signed to end the war, and only for the purpose to enforce the Paris Peace accord, that happen on January 23. 1973, just about the time the war was ending...

    "Canada did not fight in the Vietnam War, and diplomatically it was officially "non-belligerent". The country's troop deployments to Vietnam were limited to a small number of national forces in 1973 to help enforce the Paris Peace Accords.[citation needed] Nevertheless, the war had considerable effects on Canada, while Canada and Canadians affected the war, in return.

    Canada and the Vietnam War - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    "Paris Peace Accords
    The Paris Peace Accords ending the conflict were signed January 27, 1973, and were followed by the withdrawal of the remaining American troops. The terms of the accords called for a complete ceasefire in South Vietnam, allowed North Vietnamese forces to retain the territory they had captured, released US prisoners of war, and called for both sides to find a political solution to the conflict. As an enticement to Thieu, Nixon offered US airpower to enforce the peace terms."

    End of the Vietnam War - End of the Vietnam War Peace

    In the context Ann was using, she was wrong.
     
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    i didnt link to that because they have that little warning (citation needed) which means they have NOTHING to back it up

    thats why you really need to pay attention when you use Wiki sources

    but, they did send troops
    so that guy was WRONG and Ann was right
     
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    Don't know what you mean by citation? I thought if you post the actual link you should be ok, which I did.

    No the guy was right, if you were reading the whole contex of the conversation. "Canada use to be one of our most loyal friends, and vice versa, I mean Canada sent troops to Vietnam", this is wrong, she is stating in the context of her statement that because of Loyality to the US Canada sent troops to Vietnam, which is very misleading. Canada didn't send troops to Vietnam because of their loyality to us, they sent them strickly on the behalf of the Paris Peace accord agenda, and a very small amount too. .
     
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    look at what you pasted, it says it right after what you bolded
    when Wiki does that, it means they have nothing to back it up, one way or the other



    and Ann never said what those troops did
    that asshole interupted her
     
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    Even if Coulter was wrong...big freaking deal. Who said she was perfect? And she was puzzled and a little unsure after she was interrupted. She wasn't owned.:rolleyes:
     

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