the war

March 23, 2006

Recently, I’ve seen several different reports from news agencies interviewing war supporting families whose kids died in iraq. You don’t usually see them on the credible news channels, but FOX seems to interview these idiots at least once per week.

The war is a touchy subject these days. It’s hard to answer a question about the war, because the opinions about it differ from person to person. If you say you’re against it to the wrong person, you’re labeled as a whiny liberal. If you say you’re for it to the right person, you’re labeled as a dumbfuck redneck. I’m not afraid to admit that I’m a liberal.

War supporters… Ah, why? Didn’t they see those news reports that declared iraq a null threat? I guess they were too busy knocking up their cousins in their meth lab, in between a commercial break for “blue collar comedy” to catch those reports.

We should have let the south win the civil war, and seceed from the united states. If things would have played out that way, I would be much happier now.

America’s not a very good place to live these days. I know some redneck is going to read this message and say “if you don’t like it, get out!”. Well Finius, I’m afraid the citizenship costs for canada are just too great. I would much rather wait around here for change to take place, then shell out a whole bunch of cash for canadian citizenship.

So, I’m not a big fan of the war. The statements george has been making indicate we must stay there to combat insurgents. I guess he thinks that one day we’ll all wake up, and the terrorists will be gone. I wonder if he realizes that the longer we stay in iraq, the more people become frustrated with the united states, and from there those people become terrorists.

Bush says that if we leave now, terrorists will go to iraq, and start conspiring against the united states. As if they aren’t able to conspire against the united states in other parts of the world. Does the iraqi water contain some magical terrorism additive which gives them better ideas on how to harm the united states?

What’s stopping these people from conspiring against the united states in their own homelands? Does he realize that the longer we stay there, the more terrorists are created?

Anyway, that’s all I have to say. Farewell, folks.

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13 Responses to “the war”

  1. Krista Antonini Says:

    DETROIT FREE PRESS 1997
    POLICE, FAMILY SEEK MISSING EASTPOINTE MAN
    Dominic (Vic) Dezio never made it home Sunday night.
    The 75-year-old Eastpointe resident has been missing since he left his daughters’ home in St. Clair, just south of Port Hurin, at 6:30 p.m. that night. Friends and relatives are worried because of an unexplained fainting incident he had a month ago.
    “He wouldn’t take off and not let his family know”, said Cindy Dezio, his daughter-in-law. “This is totally out of character for him. He talked to us everyday.”
    There has been no activity with Dezio’s credit card or bank account. The maroon 1991 Dodge Spirit he was driving also is missing.

  2. Krista Antonini Says:

    DETROIT FREE PRESS ARTICLE CONT.
    Dezio was wearing blue jeans, a light-blue cotton shirt and white gym shoes. He also was wearing a black jacket with his name embroidered on the front and “Fire and Ice Mechanical” on the back.
    The East Pointe Police Department, which is leading the search, has notified other southeastern Michigan police agencies. The St. Clair County Sheriff’s Department also is assisting in the search.
    Eastpointe Police Department Al Przywara said they don’t have any clues about Dezio’s whereabouts.

  3. Krista Antonini Says:

    DETROIT FREE PRESS ARTICLE CONT.
    A month ago the retired widower was found unconcious on his kitchen floor. Medical tests showed that he had high blood pressure and a blocked artery in his neck.
    Dezio’s daughter Denise, who lives about two blocks from his house, noticed Monday morning that he did not come home.
    His four children, all Macomb County residents, have been putting up flyers and contacting friends and family. Some have driven the I-94 stretch between St. Clair and Eastpointe several times to search for clues.

  4. Krista Antonini Says:

    DETROIT FREE PRESS ARTICLE CONT.
    “We hope that he’s driving around disoriented and not that something bad happened,” said Cindy Dezio, who lives in Shelby Township with her husband Daniel.

  5. Krista Antonini Says:

    DETROIT FREE PRESS ARTICEL #2 ’97
    Dominic (Vic) Dezio, missing since Sunday, has been found, disoriented and confused, wandering the streets in Detroit near the Belle Isle bridge.
    Cindy Dezio, his daughter-in-law, said Thursday that the family did not know where the 75-year-old had been or what he had done for three days.
    The Eastpointe resident was last seen Sunday when he left his daughter’s house in St. Clair. He was found Wednesday night and evaluated at Detroit Receiving Hospital.

  6. Krista Antonini Says:

    My personal commentary on the two articles above.
    I do believe that the articles were quoted ver bateum.
    FACT: Cindy Dezio is married to Dennis Dezio.
    FACT: A person driving around disoriented is bad.
    FACT: This particular family which includes Cindy Dezio, Dennis Dezio, Erin Dezio and Eric Dezio had dis-associated themselves from Victor Dezio, Nanette Dezio, Denise Dezio and Donald Dezio aproximately 10 – 15 years prior to the articles and incidents printed and described within.

  7. Krista Antonini Says:

    Additional facts pertaining to Article #2 quoted above:
    #1- FACT: Daniel is Victor Dezios’ brother.

  8. Krista Antonini Says:

    Additional facts pertaining to the Articles quote/re-typed above:
    #2- FACT: Dennis Dezio, Cindy Dezio, Erin Dezio and Eric Dezio lived in Shelby Township at the time the article was written. Denise Dezio and Donald Dezio lived in Eastpointe two blocks and four blocks away from Victor Dezio at the time the articles were written. Nanette Dezio lived in St. Clair Michigan at 1940 N. River Rd. Unit #4 at the time the article was written.

  9. Krista Antonini Says:

    FACT: Krista Antonini lived in Grand Rapids, Michigan at 740 E. Fulton Street at the time the article was written.
    FACT: Krista Antonini was in an automiblie accident at the same time as the inclident described above.
    FACT: Krista Antonini did not recieve any penicillin nor did she recieve an anti-coagulant for her injuries which were minor.
    FACT: The Dezios checks were cashed through Krista Antonini’s accounts for aproximately 8 years after the inclident described above.
    FACT: Krista Antoninis’ bank account is listed on the front of this web site.

  10. Krista Antonini Says:

    FACT: We actually had relatives that grew up on the opposite side of the Berlin Wall and Krista Antonini went to East Germany and visited these relatives in person.

  11. Krista Antonini Says:

    FACT: Krista Antonini has photographs of herself with these relatives from her trip and slight business excursion.

  12. Krista Antonini Says:

    FACT: Jeff Baird is a chef who more than likely would drop kick your punk ass money grubbing muther fucking lieing, cheating stinking trator ass through the nearest solid brick wall that he could find. Cheesecake.

  13. uncle dennis Says:

    Krista, this is your uncle Dennis, WHAT ARE YOU DOING?
    Do not put information about my family on the internet…get a diary to write down your feelings.


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