American Traveler International Apology Shirt

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  1. Gerry

    Gerry Guest

    Gerry, Jul 2, 2003
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  2. Gerry

    Gerry Guest


    > I'm sorry YOU are an idiot and those who refuse to support their president
    > by wearing this stupid shirt are traitors to their nation.


    Oh yeah, by your logic those Germans who refuse to support Hitler in 1930s
    are traitors.

    >Or maybe you can add "I support
    > bin Ladan and 9-11" to the back side of it!


    Nobody isn't supporting 9-11. But invasion in other country using fictious
    reasons is crime. War crime. I hope your moron president will be hanged one
    day like other Nazi criminals.


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    > > If you are American and going to have vacation overseas, you must wear

    > this
    > > T-shirt:
    > > http://americanapologyshirt.com/
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  3. Gerry

    Stoneskin Guest

    Mike Dobony left a note on my windscreen which said:

    > I'm sorry YOU are an idiot and those who refuse to support their president
    > by wearing this stupid shirt are traitors to their nation. Our president is
    > OWED our support, not open condemnation. Or maybe you can add "I support
    > bin Ladan and 9-11" to the back side of it!


    That is an amazing leap of logic.

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    Stoneskin, Jul 2, 2003
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  4. Gerry

    Mark Maps Guest

    "Gerry"
    <Gerryyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy
    yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy
    yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy
    y> wrote in message
    news:3f02d5e1$0$69438$...
    >
    > > I'm sorry YOU are an idiot and those who refuse to support their

    president
    > > by wearing this stupid shirt are traitors to their nation.

    >
    > Oh yeah, by your logic those Germans who refuse to support Hitler in 1930s
    > are traitors.
    >
    > >Or maybe you can add "I support
    > > bin Ladan and 9-11" to the back side of it!

    >
    > Nobody isn't supporting 9-11. But invasion in other country using fictious
    > reasons is crime. War crime. I hope your moron president will be hanged

    one
    > day like other Nazi criminals.
    >

    Ahh, Jerry, the great historian and geopolitical analyst. Thanks for your
    enlightening thoughts on the subject of freeing twenty-some million
    benighted Muslims from a government that routinely murdered them, raped
    their wives and tortured their children. Yes, the world of ethics would
    have been left pristine had Bush not decided to act. Better to remain
    blameless than to improve the lives of others too powerless to act. Better
    to allow the pure French to lead the way than to be concerned with "the
    little people". What's a few million Iraqi deaths when we have an
    opportunity to prove our tolerance and humbleness before the United Nations?

    What a mindless dolt you are, Jerry, spouting propagandistic cant you
    learned from others rather than thinking things through yourself. It
    appears you're too ignorant to be embarrassed by your sophomoric naivete,
    otherwise you'd keep such thoughts to yourself out of shame. It appears you
    are too simple to realize you would be one of the first recuits for
    murderous brown-shirts as long as their prejudices matched your own.
    Mark Maps, Jul 2, 2003
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  5. Gerry

    Jeff Jones Guest

    "Ronald O. Christian" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > On 2 Jul 2003 06:17:11 -0500, "Gerry"
    >

    <Gerryyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy
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    y>
    > wrote:
    >
    > >If you are American and going to have vacation overseas, you must wear

    this
    > >T-shirt:
    > >http://americanapologyshirt.com/

    >
    > "I'm sorry I'm an idiot" would take up less room.
    >
    >
    > Ron


    Sorry.. those t-shirts are reserved for the Americans that DID vote for
    Bush.

    Jeff Jones
    Austin, Texas
    aa #2044
    Jeff Jones, Jul 2, 2003
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  6. Clueless (was: Re: American Traveler...)

    "Mark Maps" <> wrote in message
    news:bduupo$33p$...

    > ...freeing twenty-some million
    > benighted Muslims from a government
    > that routinely murdered them, raped
    > their wives and tortured their children.
    > Yes, the world of ethics would have been
    > left pristine had Bush not decided to
    > act.


    What a load of hooey.
    If Bush had said from day one that this was the reason to go
    to war, we at least could have had an honest debate. Of course,
    he wouldn't have been able to sell it then -- after all, there are
    several other countries we should immediately attack using the
    above logic. So the bastard lied. And lied, and lied, and lied
    some more. And he's still doing it. All this, Well, it was a
    good idea anyway, completely misses the point. Believe it or not,
    there are some Americans who think that it's not okay for the
    President to lie about reasons for war. Clinton got impeached for
    lying about BJ's. Bush should be in prison for his lies.


    (Follow-ups somewhere else, please.)
    Rico X. Partay, Jul 2, 2003
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  7. Gerry

    Baffie Guest

    On Wed, 2 Jul 2003 07:34:27 -0500, "Mike Dobony"
    <> wrote:

    >I'm sorry YOU are an idiot and those who refuse to support their president
    >by wearing this stupid shirt are traitors to their nation. Our president is
    >OWED our support, not open condemnation. Or maybe you can add "I support
    >bin Ladan and 9-11" to the back side of it!
    >
    >
    >
    >"Gerry"


    Gerry,

    it seems that since 9-11 it's now totally unpatriotic to disagree with
    your president.

    that attitude is wrong.

    american values include freedom of choice and freedom of speech - it's
    one of the reasons so many american sons and daughters have died
    serving their country.

    So, when you enter a (discussion) room, don't check your brain at the
    door eh?


    Please reply to newsgroup - it's not my address in the header!
    Baffie, Jul 2, 2003
    #7
  8. Gerry

    Klaus Guest

    Please denote your posts as OT or offtopic. What does this have to do with
    DVD's??



    "Gerry"
    <Gerryyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy
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    y> wrote in message
    news:3f02be8a$0$34141$...
    > If you are American and going to have vacation overseas, you must wear

    this
    > T-shirt:
    > http://americanapologyshirt.com/
    >
    >





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  9. Gerry

    zach Guest

    "Gerry" <> wrote in message news:<3f02d5e1$0$69438$>...
    > > I'm sorry YOU are an idiot and those who refuse to support their president
    > > by wearing this stupid shirt are traitors to their nation.

    >
    > Oh yeah, by your logic those Germans who refuse to support Hitler in 1930s
    > are traitors.
    >
    > >Or maybe you can add "I support
    > > bin Ladan and 9-11" to the back side of it!

    >
    > Nobody isn't supporting 9-11. But invasion in other country using fictious
    > reasons is crime. War crime. I hope your moron president will be hanged one
    > day like other Nazi criminals.


    Dear non-US citizen US-haters: first of all, I did not support
    invading Iraq- I think the US, and the world, deserves more 9-11s;
    only events of such magnitude seem to wake people the hell up.

    That being said, most of you are sick, evil, hypocritical, impotent
    f*cks whose morality does not extend past the tip of your nose, much
    less beyond your nation's back yard, unless it suits your interests.
    Your concept of morality is not rooted in any absolute, whether
    religious or secular, but rather in a corrupt concept of democratic
    rule by simple majority. "Wrong" and "right" are concepts defined in
    committee, which is why fostering of concepts such as "sovereign
    nation" allows some of the worse atrocities in human history that were
    realized in the last century to continue.
    zach, Jul 2, 2003
    #9
  10. Gerry

    Jordan Lund Guest

    Re: Clueless (was: Re: American Traveler...)

    "Rico X. Partay" <> wrote in message news:<zZEMa.265$>...
    > Clinton got impeached for lying about BJ's.
    > Bush should be in prison for his lies.


    Yup. Bush, Donald Rumsfeld and (IMHO, although hard to prove) John
    Ashcroft should all be brought up on charges of war crimes.

    - Jordan
    Jordan Lund, Jul 2, 2003
    #10
  11. Gerry

    Doonie Guest

    On Wed, 2 Jul 2003 10:46:57 -0500, "Mark Maps" <>
    wrote:

    >Ahh, Jerry, the great historian and geopolitical analyst. Thanks for your
    >enlightening thoughts on the subject of freeing twenty-some million
    >benighted Muslims from a government that routinely murdered them, raped
    >their wives and tortured their children.


    Or so the U.S. government wants you to think..
    History is so easy when you can just make it up as you go along!

    --
    www.originaltrilogy.com
    Doonie, Jul 2, 2003
    #11
  12. Gerry

    Mark Maps Guest

    "zach" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > "Gerry"

    <Gerryyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy
    yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy
    yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy
    y> wrote in message
    news:<3f02d5e1$0$69438$>...
    > > > I'm sorry YOU are an idiot and those who refuse to support their

    president
    > > > by wearing this stupid shirt are traitors to their nation.

    > >
    > > Oh yeah, by your logic those Germans who refuse to support Hitler in

    1930s
    > > are traitors.
    > >
    > > >Or maybe you can add "I support
    > > > bin Ladan and 9-11" to the back side of it!

    > >
    > > Nobody isn't supporting 9-11. But invasion in other country using

    fictious
    > > reasons is crime. War crime. I hope your moron president will be hanged

    one
    > > day like other Nazi criminals.

    >
    > Dear non-US citizen US-haters: first of all, I did not support
    > invading Iraq- I think the US, and the world, deserves more 9-11s;
    > only events of such magnitude seem to wake people the hell up.


    Ahh, yes. Kill thousands more innocent people for your beliefs. Hey, wait
    a minute, isn't that what you're protesting against? How ironic. I'll bet
    you're a sophomore in college somewhere!


    >
    > That being said, most of you are sick, evil, hypocritical, impotent
    > f*cks whose morality does not extend past the tip of your nose, much
    > less beyond your nation's back yard, unless it suits your interests.
    > Your concept of morality is not rooted in any absolute, whether
    > religious or secular, but rather in a corrupt concept of democratic
    > rule by simple majority. "Wrong" and "right" are concepts defined in
    > committee, which is why fostering of concepts such as "sovereign
    > nation" allows some of the worse atrocities in human history that were
    > realized in the last century to continue.


    Zack, you're too bright for the rest of us unenlightened folks. Why waste
    your time around here? Maybe the UN is looking for new leadership. You
    could apply for the "one-world-government" implementor position and bring
    heaven on earth to the rest of us simpering morons.
    Mark Maps, Jul 3, 2003
    #12
  13. Gerry

    Mark Maps Guest

    Re: Clueless (was: Re: American Traveler...)

    "Rico X. Partay" <> wrote in message
    news:zZEMa.265$...
    > "Mark Maps" <> wrote in message
    > news:bduupo$33p$...
    >
    > > ...freeing twenty-some million
    > > benighted Muslims from a government
    > > that routinely murdered them, raped
    > > their wives and tortured their children.
    > > Yes, the world of ethics would have been
    > > left pristine had Bush not decided to
    > > act.

    >
    > What a load of hooey.
    > If Bush had said from day one that this was the reason to go
    > to war, we at least could have had an honest debate. Of course,
    > he wouldn't have been able to sell it then -- after all, there are
    > several other countries we should immediately attack using the
    > above logic. So the bastard lied. And lied, and lied, and lied
    > some more. And he's still doing it. All this, Well, it was a
    > good idea anyway, completely misses the point. Believe it or not,
    > there are some Americans who think that it's not okay for the
    > President to lie about reasons for war. Clinton got impeached for
    > lying about BJ's. Bush should be in prison for his lies.
    >
    >
    > (Follow-ups somewhere else, please.)


    Follow-up on your idiocy? That's impossible.
    >
    >
    Mark Maps, Jul 3, 2003
    #13
  14. Gerry

    Mark Maps Guest

    "Doonie" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > On Wed, 2 Jul 2003 10:46:57 -0500, "Mark Maps" <>
    > wrote:
    >
    > >Ahh, Jerry, the great historian and geopolitical analyst. Thanks for

    your
    > >enlightening thoughts on the subject of freeing twenty-some million
    > >benighted Muslims from a government that routinely murdered them, raped
    > >their wives and tortured their children.

    >
    > Or so the U.S. government wants you to think..
    > History is so easy when you can just make it up as you go along!
    >

    So writes another devoted student of that mega-crackpot Noam Chomsky....Good
    god, man, don't you read the news? We made up the mass graves? We made up
    the rape rooms? Those children released from that Iragi prison were paid by
    the CIA on Bush's direct orders? I guess you believe the Jews made up the
    holocaust too, eh? You know, Doonie, mature people understand that cynicism
    is a sophomore's poor substitute for actually reading, thinking and
    experiencing for yourself. Stop reading Chomsky and get a life.
    Mark Maps, Jul 3, 2003
    #14
  15. Gerry

    Stan Brown Guest

    In article <bdujh1$v4e$> in alt.video.dvd, Mike
    Dobony <> wrote:
    >I'm sorry YOU are an idiot and those who refuse to support their president
    >by wearing this stupid shirt are traitors to their nation.


    He may be _your_ president; he's not mine.

    And have you read Article III of the Constitution? It defines
    treason, and wearing a T-shirt doesn't qualify. (Plus, there's that
    pesky First Amendment, but of course your gang is cutting the guts
    out of that one along with the Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth.)

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    Stan Brown, Jul 3, 2003
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  16. Mark Maps wrote:
    > "Doonie" <> wrote in message
    > news:...
    >> On Wed, 2 Jul 2003 10:46:57 -0500, "Mark Maps" <>
    >> wrote:
    >>
    >>> Ahh, Jerry, the great historian and geopolitical analyst. Thanks
    >>> for your enlightening thoughts on the subject of freeing
    >>> twenty-some million benighted Muslims from a government that
    >>> routinely murdered them, raped their wives and tortured their
    >>> children.

    >>
    >> Or so the U.S. government wants you to think..
    >> History is so easy when you can just make it up as you go along!
    >>

    > So writes another devoted student of that mega-crackpot Noam
    > Chomsky....Good god, man, don't you read the news? We made up the
    > mass graves? We made up the rape rooms? Those children released
    > from that Iragi prison were paid by the CIA on Bush's direct orders?
    > I guess you believe the Jews made up the holocaust too, eh? You
    > know, Doonie, mature people understand that cynicism is a sophomore's
    > poor substitute for actually reading, thinking and experiencing for
    > yourself. Stop reading Chomsky and get a life.



    Give up, Mark. These are the same people who cheered Clinton
    when he bombed an aspirin factory, using the same info Bush
    had.
    --
    Later
    Kal
    --
    Don't look now, but I think our village
    is full of idiots!
    Kal Alexander, Jul 3, 2003
    #16
  17. Re: Clueless (was: Re: American Traveler...)

    On Wed, 02 Jul 2003 17:52:31 GMT, "Rico X. Partay"
    <> wrote:

    >"Mark Maps" <> wrote in message
    >news:bduupo$33p$...
    >
    >> ...freeing twenty-some million
    >> benighted Muslims from a government
    >> that routinely murdered them, raped
    >> their wives and tortured their children.
    >> Yes, the world of ethics would have been
    >> left pristine had Bush not decided to
    >> act.

    >
    > What a load of hooey.
    > If Bush had said from day one that this was the reason to go
    >to war, we at least could have had an honest debate. Of course,
    >he wouldn't have been able to sell it then -- after all, there are
    >several other countries we should immediately attack using the
    >above logic.


    Like our "friends" in Saudi Arabia.

    Hey... I've always made no secret that I paint my ballot with a blue
    stripe. I love diversity programs. I dig universal health care and
    free education. I like regulating Wall Street. I want to spend your
    money on social programs and I want to keep God out of the schools. I
    opposed this war. I opposed the last one, and march in Washington to
    do so. I worked for Clinton Twice and for Bill Bradley last time
    around.

    Look. I'm a liberal. It can't be denied.

    But if you told me you were launching an attack on Saudi Arabia just
    for the hell of it... I think I'd get on board. We need to quit
    carrying on with this barbaric nation like they were Western European
    or something. The government there is as corrupt as they come and
    their human rights violations are as bad as Iraq's, and they actually
    did have a connection to 9 fucking 11...

    Cheers,

    Todd "But they sell a lot of oil" McNeeley
    McNeeley... Cheaper, faster, better..., Jul 4, 2003
    #17
  18. Re: Clueless (was: Re: American Traveler...)

    Rico X. Partay wrote:
    > "Mark Maps" <> wrote in message
    > news:bduupo$33p$...
    >
    >> ...freeing twenty-some million
    >> benighted Muslims from a government
    >> that routinely murdered them, raped
    >> their wives and tortured their children.
    >> Yes, the world of ethics would have been
    >> left pristine had Bush not decided to
    >> act.

    >
    > What a load of hooey.
    > If Bush had said from day one that this was the reason to go
    > to war, we at least could have had an honest debate. Of course,
    > he wouldn't have been able to sell it then -- after all, there are
    > several other countries we should immediately attack using the
    > above logic. So the bastard lied. And lied, and lied, and lied
    > some more. And he's still doing it. All this, Well, it was a
    > good idea anyway, completely misses the point. Believe it or not,
    > there are some Americans who think that it's not okay for the
    > President to lie about reasons for war. Clinton got impeached for
    > lying about BJ's. Bush should be in prison for his lies.
    >


    According to Bush's proposal sent to Congress, there
    were several reasons to be pissed at Iraq. Whether or
    not they are reasons to go to war depend on your
    sensibilities, I guess.

    http://www.msnbc.com/news/810152.asp?cp1=1

    --
    Later
    Kal
    ----------
    I'll be in my room, making no noise and
    pretending I'm not there.
    Kal Alexander, Jul 4, 2003
    #18
  19. Gerry

    Ed Stasiak Guest

    Ed Stasiak, Jul 5, 2003
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    Doonie Guest

    Doonie, Jul 5, 2003
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