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  • Media trying to create a story ?

    Who cares ?

    Looks like the man had enough sense to dress for the weather to me....

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    Re: Media trying to create a story ?

    Originally posted by phyllis
    Who cares ?

    Looks like the man had enough sense to dress for the weather to me....

    yeah but with the amount of options at his disposal he could have worn black... it would ahve been fitting.

    while this is just a hype and he proably thought nothing of it, it is, with hiensight, a poor decision.


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      Re: Media trying to create a story ?

      Yep, that story even deserved air time on Air America too, but not this one:


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        Re: Media trying to create a story ?

        Bloody amazing really!!



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          Re: Media trying to create a story ?

          Originally posted by USN_Squid
          Yep, that story even deserved air time on Air America too, but not this one:


          Muslims boycott Holocaust remembrance

          let them bitch and moan, who cares... they want to boycott this, so be it, but everyone who matters will be ther, if they choose to make themselves an entity that matters they will show up.

          bloody council of muslims in Britain, they have less brains than sense most of the time.


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            Re: Media trying to create a story ?

            I think that the Muslims are fitting in well. It is the staple of western sociaty these days to act as self centered and self importiant as you possibly can at all times. It actually reminds me of " political correctness". Where you can't do any thing with out doing every thing. Oh and I respect the VP far more than the frog prince so if Jacques Chirac wants to dress up to freeze while our VP dresses for the weather, then Hey atlease he wasn't stealing food from Iraqi childrens mouths while armin a brutal dictator.

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              Re: Media trying to create a story ?

              Originally posted by NewsWrthy
              It is the staple of western sociaty these days to act as self centered and self importiant as you possibly can at all times.
              Name one coutry whose citizens don't think they are the best in the world. Name a list of people who don't put their own interests above others. America's only been around for 200 years.

              We didn't create the "arrogant prick" routine, we just cornered the market.

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                Re: Media trying to create a story ?

                Originally posted by phyllis
                Who cares ?

                Looks like the man had enough sense to dress for the weather to me....
                I disagree. And first I must point out that the story was broken by a fashion reporter, which is totally appropriate, IMO.

                The Vice President was sent to represent the United States of America in a ceremony. Ceremonies are ceremonial. His attire was NOT ceremonial. Practical? Perhaps, but when you represent the United States of America in a ceremony, practicality takes a back seat to many other factors.

                Are there more important things to worry about? Certainly. But the VP messed this one up. No biggie, tomorrow's a new day...
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                  Re: Media trying to create a story ?

                  the british muslims are really pushing their luck in my opinion. the fact that they have more rights and are just as equal with anybody else is good enough. why should they exceed the standards?

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                    Re: Media trying to create a story ?

                    Originally posted by CingularDuality
                    I disagree. And first I must point out that the story was broken by a fashion reporter, which is totally appropriate, IMO.

                    The Vice President was sent to represent the United States of America in a ceremony. Ceremonies are ceremonial. His attire was NOT ceremonial. Practical? Perhaps, but when you represent the United States of America in a ceremony, practicality takes a back seat to many other factors.

                    Are there more important things to worry about? Certainly. But the VP messed this one up. No biggie, tomorrow's a new day...
                    It doesn't mean anything to me, but it looks like he forgot to bring warm weather gear and borrowed some stuff off the Air Force guys. Doh, Poland in January...hello!
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                      Re: Media trying to create a story ?

                      Originally posted by USN_Squid
                      It doesn't mean anything to me, but it looks like he forgot to bring warm weather gear and borrowed some stuff off the Air Force guys. Doh, Poland in January...hello!
                      Could be... But it doesn't matter, for whatever reason, he was dressed inappropriately for such a solemn occasion...
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                        Re: Media trying to create a story ?

                        Originally posted by CingularDuality
                        Could be... But it doesn't matter, for whatever reason, he was dressed inappropriately for such a solemn occasion...

                        Fighting for your country is one thing...but freezing you b--ls off for a ceremony is another. He was comfy cosy and he was there...that's all that counts.
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                          Re: Media trying to create a story ?

                          Originally posted by CingularDuality
                          Could be... But it doesn't matter, for whatever reason, he was dressed inappropriately for such a solemn occasion...
                          agreed....
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                            Re: Media trying to create a story ?

                            Originally posted by RYN
                            Fighting for your country is one thing...but freezing you b--ls off for a ceremony is another. He was comfy cosy and he was there...that's all that counts.


                            And furthermore....how many people there were wishing they had a nice parka and boots?
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                              Re: Media trying to create a story ?

                              I go with Cing on this one. This hearkens back to the Education Secretary thread; those in a position of power need to be watching their step constantly, as every nuance is judged. Sure we're all human and have the ability to do as we please, but when you're near the top of the food chain, every little bit matters to those under you.
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