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 Remember how we said Iraq was reminicent of Nam? 
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Post Remember how we said Iraq was reminicent of Nam?
Iraq could never turn out to be another 'Nam...oops, I mean...we'd better not let it turn into 'Nam!"

Using my spooky Fiss powers, I predict the next statement will be:

"Look at what you did! Now this is exactly like 'Nam! BAD America! BAD! you should have supported me moar so this never happened! You owe it to me to vote for ______"

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I loved the American General who lambasted the British armed forces in Iraq. He actually critisised us by saying we wern't a big enough army to be the 'world police'. Well you know what I thought having read that? Hate to admit it but my feelings are: "YOU CAN FUCKING WELL HAVE IT! GOOD LUCK TO YA!!"

Everyone's known this was turning into Vietnam II for a while now. What's all the more galling is that despite over 1 million of us marching in London we still went to war alongside the USA, on a lie I might add. (45 minutes anyone?)

Britain is getting out of there, and not a minute too soon.

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B-52s, B-2s, B-1bs, C-130H Spookies, A-10 IIs, ready to deploy for all out Exterminatus.

At your command Czar.

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Can I have a new country? Some asshole broke mine.

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Twyst wrote:
Can I have a new country? Some asshole broke mine.


Seconded!

C'mon Twyst, lets move to Canada... apparently everyone loves us there :P

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Hell, at least we give OUR troops actually GOOD body armour and APV's. :?

And Canada welcomes you with open arms. :D More Kanucks the merrier.

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Deep inside of everyone, is a Canuck waiting to burst out.

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Zangetsu wrote:
Deep inside of everyone, is a Canuck waiting to burst out.


In before Ripley.

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Anony-mouse wrote:
In Ripley.

Fixed.

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"Oooh no....not again!"

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