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My fellow Americans:

 

As you all know, the defeat of Iraq's regime has been completed. Since congress does not want to spend any more money on this war, our mission in Iraq is complete.

 

This morning I gave the order for a complete removal of all American forces from Iraq. This action will be complete within 30 days.

 

It is now time to begin the reckoning.

 

Before me, I have two lists. One list contains the names of countries which have stood by our side during the Iraq conflict. This list is short. The United Kingdom, Spain, Bulgaria, Australia, and Poland are some of the countries listed there.

 

The other list contains everyone not on the first list. Most of the world's nations are on that list. My press secretary will be distributing copies of both lists later this evening.

 

Let me start by saying that effective immediately, foreign aid to those nations on List 2 ceases immediately and indefinitely. The money saved during the first year alone will pretty much pay for the costs of the Iraqi war.

 

The American people are no longer going to pour money into third world hell-holes and watch those government leaders grow fat on corruption.

 

Need help with a famine? Wrestling with an epidemic? Call France.

 

In the future, together with Congress, I will work to redirect this money toward solving the vexing social problems we still have at home.

 

On that note, a word to terrorist organizations. Screw with us and we will hunt you down and eliminate you and all your friends from the face of the earth. Thirsting for a gutsy country to terrorize? Try France, or maybe China.

 

To Israel and the Palestinian Authority. Yo, boys. Work out a peace deal now. Just note that Camp David is closed. Maybe all of you can go to Russia for negotiations. They have some great palaces there. Big tables, too.

 

I'm ordering the immediate severing of diplomatic relations with France, Germany, and Russia. Thanks for all your help, comrades. We are retiring from NATO as well. Bon chance, mes amis.

 

I have instructed the Mayor of New York City to begin towing the many UN diplomatic vehicles located in Manhattan with more than two unpaid tickets to sites where those vehicles will be stripped, shredded and crushed. I don't care about whatever treaty pertains to this. Pay your tickets tomorrow or watch your precious Benzes, Beamers, and limos be turned over to some of the finest chop shops in the world. I love New York.

 

A special note to our neighbors. Canada is on List 2. Since we are going to be seeing a lot more of each other, you folks might want to try not p---ing us off for a change. Mexico is also on List 2. President Fox and his entire corrupt government really need an attitude adjustment. I have a couple extra tank and infantry divisions sitting around. Guess where I'm gonna put 'em? Yep, border security. So start doing something with your oil. Oh, by the way, the United States is abrogating the NAFTA treaty---starting now.

 

It is time for America to focus on its own welfare and its own citizens.

 

Some will accuse us of isolationism.

 

I answer them be saying darn tootin'. Nearly a century of trying to help folks live a decent life around the world has only earned us the undying enmity of just about everyone on the planet.

 

It is time to eliminate hunger in America. It is time to eliminate homelessness in America. It is time to eliminate World Cup soccer from America.

 

To the nations on List 1, a final thought. Thanks guys. We owe you.

 

To the nations on List 2, a final thought. Have a Nice day.

 

God bless America.

 

Thank you and good night.

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Simple.

 

Keep Iraq as a territory - Like Costa Rica.

 

Grant HD delaerships to 100 or so lifers in prison - And ask for inmate volunteers to move to Iraq and establish "order".

 

It would be like a flashback to "Tombstone".

 

I can see the ads now...

 

"IRAQ - Now Patch Friendly !!"

 

Thanks, Danny

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Most nations of the world know alot more about war and it's aftermath then we do.  After all our nation is but a few hundred years old and we've only been involved in a few wars since the founding of the new world. And not since the Civil War have we been touched by the devestation that war causes.  I know that some will say that 9/11 was an attack on us and I'll agree it was but certainly not to the extent that the two world wars or Korea or Vietnam were to other countries.  Most of the rest of the nations of the world are a few thousand years old and have been involved in many wars.  So when most of the world disagrees with your policy is there a chance your thinking my be wrong?
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Most nations of the world know alot more about war and it's aftermath then we do.  After all our nation is but a few hundred years old and we've only been involved in a few wars since the founding of the new world. And not since the Civil War have we been touched by the devestation that war causes.  I know that some will say that 9/11 was an attack on us and I'll agree it was but certainly not to the extent that the two world wars or Korea or Vietnam were to other countries.  Most of the rest of the nations of the world are a few thousand years old and have been involved in many wars.  So when most of the world disagrees with your policy is there a chance your thinking my be wrong?

Not.....You assume they are more civilized?

Older Yes.Ancient. and Most of them have fought non stop except for a few decades here and there.

Not including the Japs.They closed up and stopped fighting for centuries.Hmmmm.

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yes...they are ancient, and have been fighting since who remembers when...and they still haven't learned...we do indeed need to quit giving all this aid to shit hole countries with corrupt leaderships....only those in power see the money, which quite often gets funnelled into a terrorist account somewhere. Screw em all.let them starve, when theres no one left, we can waltz right in ,and take over. Also, let those oil producing countries eat their damned oil...after a while, thay'll gladly trade a barrel of oil for a bushel of wheat. We've got to quit being so nice...look what it gets us. Also...I'd give the UN a few weeks to clear the building out, since they weren't very cooperative in the Iraq war....We could use it to house the homeless. While we have homeless, and those that need aid locally, we shouldn't be giving a damned dime to anyone...period.
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The only future speech I'm interested in hearing Dubya make is late on the night of November 2, 2004:

 

"I'd like to congratulate Sen. Kerry on his election as the President of the United States of America.  I will be retiring to my ranch in Crawford Texas, where I will fade into oblivion, just like my dad."

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The only future speech I'm interested in hearing Dubya make is late on the night of November 2, 2004:

 

"I'd like to congratulate Sen. Kerry on his election as the President of the United States of America.  I will be retiring to my ranch in Crawford Texas, where I will fade into oblivion, just like my dad."

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Most nations of the world know alot more about war and it's aftermath then we do.  After all our nation is but a few hundred years old and we've only been involved in a few wars since the founding of the new world. And not since the Civil War have we been touched by the devestation that war causes.  I know that some will say that 9/11 was an attack on us and I'll agree it was but certainly not to the extent that the two world wars or Korea or Vietnam were to other countries.  Most of the rest of the nations of the world are a few thousand years old and have been involved in many wars.  So when most of the world disagrees with your policy is there a chance your thinking my be wrong?

Congratulations Seeking the Vision, this is your silliest post ever, and that's saying something. The fact that a civilization is thousands of years old and has been involved in many wars does not imply that it's current citizens know shit, unless said citizens are also thousands of years old. If their was some collective national consciousness that we were all tapped into just by living in a given location then we would all agree about our course of action. Find me a veteran of the battle of Thermopylae and I'll be happy to hear his advice on battling the Persians.

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Don't blame all canadians for something our primeminister has done. Most canadians know saddam needed to go and we were there the first time to help but your president wanted to stop then. I dont blame americans for his stupid decision then and I dont blame americans for decisions that are made now. Most canadians stand by you guys whether we sent troops or not. :veryangry:

 

Al

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The only future speech I'm interested in hearing Dubya make is late on the night of November 2, 2004:

 

"I'd like to congratulate Sen. Kerry on his election as the President of the United States of America.  I will be retiring to my ranch in Crawford Texas, where I will fade into oblivion, just like my dad."

Unfortunate that this is the best the Democratic party has to offer.

 

By the way did y'all see his daughter at the French Cannes film festival in the see through top? Nice Rack! But she has a horse head attached to them.Mr. Ed face, just like her old man.Again unfortunate :rasp:

Don't blame all canadians for something our primeminister has done. Most canadians know saddam needed to go and we were there the first time to help but your president wanted to stop then. I dont blame americans for his stupid decision then and I dont blame americans for decisions that are made now. Most canadians stand by you guys whether we sent troops or not.  

 

Al

 

Does Prime Minister lean towards French Socialism? From Quebec? Eh?

 

We shoulda annexed you all a long time ago. Just kidding.

I fish up dere in Northwest Ontario fly in camps every year. Beautiful country, I'd love to own it.

:P

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Most nations of the world know alot more about war and it's aftermath then we do.  After all our nation is but a few hundred years old and we've only been involved in a few wars since the founding of the new world. And not since the Civil War have we been touched by the devestation that war causes.  I know that some will say that 9/11 was an attack on us and I'll agree it was but certainly not to the extent that the two world wars or Korea or Vietnam were to other countries.  Most of the rest of the nations of the world are a few thousand years old and have been involved in many wars.  So when most of the world disagrees with your policy is there a chance your thinking my be wrong?

I don't get it. Knowing about war has no relationship to the age of a country. Most of those old fucks that fought those old wars are dead. It's all history.

 

How can we not know as much about war as the next dipshit. Maybe more. Lot more tv's here in the good ole US of A than in Afghanistan.

 

The biggest difference is we haven't seen war at home, until recently. Now we have. Now we know as much, hate it more, and vow to kill the fuckers who want to perpetuate it.  Seems ok to me.

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Oh if it were only so simple.

 

Bush/Kerry? I don't realy like either of them, it's a damn shame that this is the best our Country can offer.

 

When's the last time you were able to vote for some one, rather than vote against someone?

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"I'd like to congratulate Sen. Kerry on his election as the President of the United States of America.  I will be retiring to my ranch in Crawford Texas, where I will fade into oblivion, just like my dad."

 

 

:cry:  :cry:  :cry:  :cry:  :cry:

 

Kirk Out.....

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:sleep3: ...soooooooo tired of every thread starting out as politics or ending up on politics.. beginning to wonder if this is really an Indian forum or a political forum??

 

The only politics I come here to discuss are the ones that are keeping IMC from destroying more lives and businesses.  After reading the other posts and seeing how another dealer in St. Louis area is going down, I realize how much they just don't fucking care--it's all about the Benjiamins...and the thing is, they've apparently been offered all the $$ they're gonna get.

 

I could care less about most speeches Pres. Bush gives...even if I was a fan, I'd have to admit speeches aren't his strong point.  In fact, as far as I'm concerned, he and all the other politicians can take the same trip to hell I wish my ex would take, but that won't happen so I won't dwell.  I actually fell asleep on the speech tonite, the same speech the networks didn't deem pressworthy, and the white house didn't ask for network airtime, so they obviously didn't deem it pressworthy either.  I choose not to attend the speech he gave on campus last week not 1 mi from my house.  The only news worthy excerpt the local news put out was when he told the graduates "I've seen what a 'C student' can do"...

 

With all that said, here's the next speech I'd like to hear him make:

..."and after long deliberation, with the re-birth and rise of America's first motorcycle, the US Attorney's office will be filing federal charges against the principals at IMC Gilroy to go along with the State charges which have already been filed.  No longer will these people be able to destroy lives and get rich at the expense of those who believed in them, much like we politicians do..."

 

so there, much like IndianSpiritRider, I'll refrain from reading or posting in anymore political threads, cuz it just don't mean anything to me.  My all time philosophy when I'm in "fuck everybody else" mode is this: I ask myself, "what will it mean in a hundred years?"...if the answer is "nothing"..it ain't worth my attention.

 

Me smokem Peace Pipe now,

 

eric

(ps..i don't really smoke)

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soooooooo tired of every thread starting out as politics or ending up on politics.. beginning to wonder if this is really an Indian forum or a political forum??

I would have to agree...and admit that I have contributed to continuing a negative atmosphere concerning more about politics than about motorcycles. When I ride, I don't give a shit about Democrat-Republican. I'm free...just me, the bike, the road, and wherever I want to go.

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With all that said, here's the next speech I'd like to hear him make:

..."and after long deliberation, with the re-birth and rise of America's first motorcycle, the US Attorney's office will be filing federal charges against the principals at IMC Gilroy to go along with the State charges which have already been filed.  No longer will these people be able to destroy lives and get rich at the expense of those who believed in them, much like we politicians do..."

 

Wouldn't a better speech be more like this:

 

"You, the principals of IMC Gilroy, have been found guilty of fraud and the murder of an American icon and have thus been sentenced to be hanged by the rope until you are dead. Proceeeeeed!" :bthumb:

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AY CARUMBA MUCHACHO-but let it read dragged by the rope -it is much more colorful& stimulative to the imagintion...THE ROAR OF THE CHIEFS...THE CLOUD OF DUST>>>THE SCREAMS_CUT US LOOSE!!! Well it is an Indian motorcycle forum after all...I will leave the composition of the onlookers to your imaginations...Loco Con Dios Amigos!
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Yep and definitly include the Audax clique in this - Dealers left on their own in Vegas should be given preference on the starting line...Loco Gracias
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You know Doc, the more and more I read online about Gilroy the less and less that I understand. The company has not filed bankruptcy, yet it sold off all of its assets other than IP. There is no way Audax got back a sizeable chunk of its investment off that sale to the Michigan guy (what, $17million). I guess they are still selling shirts, hats, and other souveniers but without the bikes and a pissed off public, just how much can they sell. Apparently, Audax still owns the rights to the Indian restuarants, but what...only a handful exist in Canada and the US?

 

Just where is the money coming in to justify holding onto the IP? Just what are the liabilities? I have been told that the IP could realistically be sold for $2-$3million. If so, thats a damn steal for a savvy investor. Is the reason that all this stopped is because of some fraud and illegal accounting practices and some investors are wanting to take legal action?

 

Again, the more I find out about Gilroy, the more I just have to say wtf.gif

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