Canada hosting War Crimes suspect George Bush

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Canada hosting War Crimes suspect George Bush

    I just typed this out a few minutes ago,and I don,t have the time  to re-type everything ,here's a good link  informationclearinghouse.info/article22238.htm They found enough people to dish out  $400.00 a seat ???


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Hey, the man's gotta

Hey, the man's gotta supplement his meager retirement from the "guvmint", and his oil earnings.  I don't think he's had many engagements here, his library will be a while in coming, no one is donating money or materiel.  Personally, I'd rather see him lose his citizenship as a traitor and be sent to...oh, I don't know.  Maybe IRAQ?! How about Afghanistan?

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Quote:They found enough

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They found enough people to dish out  $400.00 a seat ???

Yup. And the Telus convention centre was packed to capacity.

 

Welcome to Calgary.

 

 

(In the spirit of fairness, there were about 1,500 or so protestors outside the center too. A shame that none of us had the balls to start hurling bricks)

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Shoes would, I think, have

Shoes would, I think, have been more appropriate.  I still think that Iragi should get a medal.

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Bulldog wrote:Shoes would, I

Bulldog wrote:

Shoes would, I think, have been more appropriate.  I still think that Iragi should get a medal.

Agreed.

If Bush doesn't get a death sentence (and he certainly won't), then we're living in a fucked up universe, and I'm going to commit crimes, no one cares anyways.