Yes. I suppose I do.Haven't you got more thanks and arrse kissing to be doing to all your new slightly to the right of Gengis Khan buddys on here?
I'm having a grand time. Thanks.Tell me, how's going watching an administration die slowly from a self inflicted wound? At least you're not on your own, though the British Labour Party can usually manage on their own in that regard
When posed the question: "Would you go to war if you were asked?"."How do they display "a depressingly ambivalent attitude towards the military?''
That's why they weren't among my suggestions for future leaders in the middle east.Lipo said:
April 2, 2007 Issue - He was exhausted, but he wanted to talk to his daughter, and the only way to do that in Fallujah was to write a letter. "This war is not like the big warthere are no big sweeping maneuvers with hundreds of tanks pouring over the border and so forth," Army Maj. Michael Mundell told his 17-year-old, Erica (nicknamed "Eddie"), on Friday, Oct. 27, 2006. "It's a fight of 10 man squads in the dark, of ambushes and snipers and IEDs. When I go out to fight, it's usually with less than 20 men ... And I go out to fight almost every day."
The pace, he admitted, was punishing.
"We are weary, Eddie, so very weary. I can't tell you how bone tired I am. There are times when we get back in and ... it is all I can do to drag myself from the truck and stagger up here to take off all the junk I gotta wear ... " His tone briefly brightened as he thought of Erica's life back home, where she was a senior at Meade County High School in Brandenburg, Ky.: "Tell all of your friends and your teachers that I said hello from Fallujah. I am doing well and our battalion is considered the best in the brigade. We are fighting the enemy and hopefully winning, though that is difficult to measure." He signed off with a pledge: "Never forget that your daddy loves you more than anything and that I will be home soon." Mundell could not keep that last promise. At a quarter to 2 on the afternoon of Friday, Jan. 5, 2007, he was killed by an IED while on patrol in Fallujah; the casket was closed at his funeral in Kentucky.
Lipo said:When posed the question: "Would you go to war if you were asked?"."How do they display "a depressingly ambivalent attitude towards the military?''
The response was: "its complex". That is a grotesque response. Absolutely revolting. It isn't complex.
These two jerks are not just talking about politics, they're pandering.
http://www.arrse.co.uk/cpgn2/Forums/viewtopic/t=61805/postdays=0/postorder=asc/start=135.htmlLipo said:I've never served in the armed forces.
George has a disturbing lack of facial hair, as has Tony for that matter.Devil_Dog said:Tartan_Terrier,
Dubya scores very highly on the moron index and yet he became president. I think Willie has a decent chance.
Sorry Halo, if you read the thread I linked to earlier you'd see that I've earmarked ZZ-Top as the future leaders of Iran.halo_jones said:Hey if its beard Indexing We have too go with those boys from ZZtops surely, good beards and perfect music for top down driving in the summer
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