and i'm sure i could think of more.Also Howard has never invaded another country to take their land,
given money to people's families who are suicide bombers,
experimented chemical weapons against his own people that he might not like (eg, labor )
manufactured wmd's before,
he doesn't kill his political opponants,
he doesn't have rape rooms,
he is a properly elected leader...
yeah but as many experts have noted, the bush administration has absolutely no fucking idea about the middle east and its politicsGenerator said:Why didn't the US just state that they were invading Iraq in order to create a warped sense of political stability within the region? That's what I seem to think, anyway.
Read through what has taken place on your own some time. Though the Coalition government clearly supports the US (as would a Labor government), that does not imply that Howard is a puppet.dark_angel said:gimme a reason to oppose
Maybe if a person other than Asquithian responds...Not-That-Bright said:You're claiming that a situation where indonesia suspected wmd's in australia and decided to invade would be the same as the situation in iraq.
It would be totally different.
HAHAHAHAHAHAtattoodguy said:Whats the point of this thread.
No one should question the notion of taking a couple of hours a few days a year..to rememmber people who died to protect us.
Members of the military have sacficed the most for this country and received very little in return.
we take for granted all our freedoms. anzac day etc reminds us that someone else faught for our freedoms and sacrificed so we wouldnt have to.
In my opinion the highest position any man can hold in our country is by being in the military. Any decent civilian should respect the soldiers more than the the politicians and the queeen. Every time we seee a soldier i think it should be a crime not to bow to them.
For what they have done for us, no one can argue that they dont deserve that type of treatment.
Even if your against the war in iraq, the buck should stop with the prime minister...cos it was his call. Its not the soldiers fault that our government is shit and the australian public is a bunch of fuck wits.
if it was up to me.............unlesss u join the military u shouldnt even be aloud to vote, they deserve more say in our country than the civilians.
Anyone who supports our government eroding our civil liberties and supporting policies that encourage immigration from our sworn enemies like the middle east and shit. Your a fucking disgrace.
Soldiers spilt there fucking blooood to defend our fucking country, and you fucking pussies couldnt even stand ur fucking ground and vote in accordance with there legacy, cos you pieces of shit bowed down to the pressures of being politcally correct.
U ungreatful unappreciative pieces of shit.
well thats my 2 cents.