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  • n. United States general who was the first African American to serve as chief of staff; later served as Secretary of State under President George W. Bush (born 1937)


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  • | Reply | Permalink uhm, colin powell??? george bush's war monger??? remember those aluminum tubes in Iraq??? colin powell has never seen a rocket before??? they're quite common on battlefield nowadays so how is it that colin powell didn't recognize those aluminum tubes for what they really were

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  • On colin powell, yep, on an issue of freaking war, I would expect that elected officials making the vote to kill hundreds of thousands of innocent americans and iraqis and to destroy a country would want unvarnished and unspun information.

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  • Bill O'Reilly birth control budget campaign finance catholic church cats censorship census china civil liberties cnn colin powell consumer safety credit crisis dadt

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  • November 6th, 2008 at 6: 41 pm wonderful, and with that in mind this traitorous scum colin powell said that there will be an event on Jan 21 or 22 … this just keeps getting better and better.

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  • This is a new beginning for america, colin powell said in one of his commentary that 'obama' is a symbol of hope and also that obama represents a new generation. News

  • | Reply | Permalink listen, obama shouldn't be courting powell's endorsement (and i don't think there's any indication that they are or would) but whether or not i (or those like me who are to the left of the center of the democratic party) like colin powell has no bearing on the electoral arithmetic. virtually everyone to the right of the center of the democratic party still has respect for colin powell. his endorsement would be absolutely devastating to mccain's chances.

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  • i know it would drive a lot of people here nuts, but do you think that, in addition to obama making his case, there will be interviews/vignettes with lots of influential, revered people, about why they are supporting obama? like maybe ... colin powell?

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