Convicted cocaine dealer admits he sold $millions worth of blow to Shrub and his frat buddies : LUSENET : TB2K spinoff uncensored : One Thread

-- (mr@fbi.detective), October 10, 2000


Come and get me, dirty coppers! nyeah!

-- KoFE (your@town.USA), October 10, 2000.

Shrub's Daddy still has CIA connections. They know how to make people with big mouths disappear.

-- (sleazy@bush.weasels), October 10, 2000.


"We smoked Opium more times than I can count." John Warnecke

"Al Gore and I smoked regularly as buddies. Marijuana, hash. I was his regular supplierWe smoked a lot. We smoked in his car, in his house, we smoked in his parents housewe smoked on weekends. We smoked a lot." John Warnecke

"Al Gore told me not to tell the truth. He asked me not to tell the truth." John Warnecke

These are quotes from the book Inventing Al Gore by Newsweek reporter Bill Turque. John Warneckes account was backed up by Andy Schlesinger and an anonymous source.

It is the premise of Americas multi-billion dollar campaign against illegal drugs that they cause physical damage including brain damage. Al Gore may be the poster child proving that rationale  but can we afford a brain-damaged President?

-- oh myyyyyy (, October 10, 2000.

Hey moron, you are quoting out of context. He wasn't referring to Al Gore when talking about the opium. That guy is a whacko anyway, taking bribes from the sleazy repubs.

-- (no@credibility.whatsoever), October 10, 2000.

Hey wait, isn't it Bush who yells from the rooftops that he is a "recovered alcoholic"? Alcohol is as potent a drug as any on the brain.

Great. If this rumor on Gore is true, now we're sure to have a fried egg as president.

-- (, October 10, 2000.

Sorry smarty, not quite. Alcohol does FAR more damage to the brain than pot ever could. Just look at the Shrub, isn't it obvious? LOL, the man cannot even complete an entire sentence coherently!

-- (shrubs@brain.pickled), October 10, 2000.

Pickled Brain, fried is fried.

If there's anyone left in the country with a pristine brain, please raise your hand. You should run for president.

-- (, October 10, 2000.

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