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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 03-24-2003, 08:08 AM Thread Starter
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I am trying to get the word out about our ride that were getting together here on the west coast. I cannot stand to see all these damm protestors all the time. So I'm ( WE ) are doing are part as AMERICANS and supporting our Country and our Soldiers !!!!!!!!

Please take a moment and check it out. IF you cannot make it to the ride, then take the initiative and start your own in the city your in !!!!!!!!!

We gotta do our part now that we are the REMF's!!

Help our cause !!!!!

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Yeah I agree I'm tired of all those hippies protesting.

Here are the facts right from Reuters 3/24/03:

"Despite the mounting body count, support for Bush and his decision to go to war remained strong, with 72 percent of respondents in the ABC News/Washington Post poll supporting the war versus 26 percent who opposed it.

Nearly three in four Americans polled by ABC and The Washington Post approved of Bush's handling of the Iraqi conflict, for the first time exceeding his overall job approval rating of 68 percent. An NBC poll put Bush's approval rating at 67 percent.

A majority polled by NBC said they believed the United States would find chemical and biological weapons, cited by Bush as the main reason for going into Iraq, with 62 percent saying it was very likely they would find them and only 7 percent saying it was unlikely."

Blame it all on those hippies from the 60's well the ones that where against the war disrespecting soldiers back then and now too. And also that idiot at the Oscarís last night what was his name Michael Moore. I will never watch any of this shit on TV or anywhere. If he only knew that the majority people are supporters of the war maybe he would have just said thanks and got the F off the stage. What a dumb ass.

I did see some Pro war support groups on TV and it was great to see some decent Americans believing and fighting for the greater good.

I have only respect for the brave soldiers fighting to protect our way of life and freedom. God bless.

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ITíS TOO MUCH FOR A KID LIKE YOU.
YOU JUST HAVE TO OPEN HER UP LIKE THIS........THAT'S CORNERING MAN.
THEN TRY KEEPING UP!!!!

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Thumbs up 800+ bikes turnout for troops ride!

Outfucking standing as far as the turnout!!!!!
Just gotta share this with you guys!!
THE MOST SPORTBIKES I"VE EVER SEEN "RIDEING" IN ONE PLACE.

Pics and Vid links to follow>>

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http://www.sbfreaks.com/media_videos.shtml

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http://sbfreaks.com/sbf_board/phpBB2...pic.php?t=3537

http://www.bayarearidersforum.com/fo...threadid=24364

Just the first few 100 pics for now. Sure more will come.

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