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    Friday, February 22, 2008

    Cracker Misogynist Tom Coburn spews His Idiot Opinions Yet Again

    Sen. Tom Coburn, who was an advocate for President George W. Bush's decision to take the country to war against Iraq, now says going to war was "probably a mistake." The Oklahoma Republican's comment came at the beginning of remarks at a weekend town hall meeting in Muskogee, the Tulsa World reported Thursday. "I will tell you personally that I think it was probably a mistake going to Iraq," he said. He made it clear he did not believe the U.S. could withdraw but had to stay.
    During his 2004 Senate campaign, Coburn expressed support for the decision to go to war. Last weekend, Coburn said "we are on a glide path in the Muslim world" to creating a sustainable democracy and warned that withdrawing would "expose 570,000 people to genocide."
    Of course we've already committed genocide against at least twice that many. Yes Rebecca, Oklahoma is an OIL INDUSTRY state.



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