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From: I. D. (soufregmail.com)
Date: Thu Mar 27 2008 - 10:23:53 CDT
Not everyone views the defunct UN as a legitimate authority on what is right
or wrong. Occupation is occupation. I'm no friend of Islam, but I can call a
spade a spade.
On Thu, Mar 27, 2008 at 11:08 AM, Handrix <handrixgmail.com> wrote:
> Great post, but I'm afraid to tell you that the truth is out of you're
> you're answer is a classical one that we found in the most of fashion's
> magazine .
> The truth is in the bloody Iraq across americans army, and others.
> We hope that Iraq will be free very soon 'cause their children need to be
> kept far from ware.
> Best regards,
> On Thu, Mar 27, 2008 at 12:22 AM, Throwaway1columbus.rr.com <
> Throwaway1columbus.rr.com> wrote:
> > ===========================================================================
> > On Wed, Mar 26, 2008 at 3:55 PM, net-dummy wrote:
> > >
> > >Iraq is an invaded country, and America has no right to be there at
> > all.
> > >
> > Actually, dummy...
> > The Iraqi invasion of Kuwait in August of 1990 led to a United Nations
> > authorization to remove Saddam's forces from Kuwait. This military
> > action
> > was carried mainly by the Americans for entirely practical reasons. The
> > United Nations halted hostilities and declared that a ceasefire would be
> > in
> > effect as long as Saddam cooperated fully with United Nations Inspectors
> > who were looking for an extensive list of banned weapons, which included
> > but was by no means limited to; chemical, biological and
> > nuclear/radiological weapons.
> > After over a decade of continual failure to cooperate, the American
> > political leadership decided that they could no longer take the same
> > patient approach that they had taken for the previous 12 years; and
> > resumed
> > hostilities. After invading Iraq and removing Saddam, American forces
> > searched for the aforementioned list of banned weapons, and while they
> > found most of them they did not find stockpiles of weaponized
> > biologicals,
> > final stage chemicals or nuclear/radiologicals. Whether you believe this
> > is
> > because Saddam didn't possess them at the time of the invasion or that
> > he
> > simply did a better job of hiding them than the American's did of
> > looking
> > for them doesn't change the facts. Nor does your opinion of the current
> > American administration or your opinion of their actions.
> > However, the most disturbing part of your post was not that you
> > demonstrated your ignorance once again... That is basically; your job
> > here.
> > No, the disturbing part of your asinine post was that you made Saddam's
> > murderous Ba'athist thugs the moral equivalent of the Free Tibetan
> > People.
> > THAT needed to be answered, or I would have ignore this post as I
> > ordinarily do to ALL of your posts.
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