Sick of hearing




 
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Boots
 
July 19th, 2004  
Sooners1
 
 

Topic: Sick of hearing


Everytime I read a post or see/hear an interview, someone is always whinin about "no WMD's". Isn't Saddam a WMD in himself? What about all of those mass graves that have been uncovered? That in itself should be a good enough reason to have overthrown that country. WMD stands for Weapon of Mass Destruction right? How many people did Saddam have killed? I can not believe people are hung up on the fact that the coalition has not shown any proof of nuclear weapons, that is basically what the world thinks of when the think WMD. Nobody thinks about the MIG's that they have found buried in the sand, or the stock piles of ballistics sittin around, I am sure they were goin to use all of those for planters right? Think about what you are complainin about, the fact that you are able to complain should make you realize how bad the Iraqi people were bein treated and the things that happened to that country. If you are stuck on the fact that there has been no proof shown for a WMD, then you are only catchin the part of the war that you want to catch and not listenin to everything that is goin on. I could ***** about this for a long time but I also know it will do no good because everyone has a right to their own opinion, unlike the Iraqi people.
July 19th, 2004  
sgtbreeden
 
 
It is about time someone said something. I could not have said it any better than that (thats why I didn't).
July 20th, 2004  
Lt_Strony
 
 
Is what I think about when i hear that stuff.... he is a WMD himself
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Boots
July 20th, 2004  
GADefence
 
I never said I did not agree with taking Saddam Hussein out of power. I am just saying the war is unnecessary. Yes, he did murder many of his own people, yes he was an murderous man. I never denied that much. But, he's been doing it for a long time. It was tolerated for a long time. Hell, it was nearly dismissed for a long time. Why would it be that only now, after he announces plans to sell more oil the France, Germany and Russia (the three against the war), and less oil to America and Brittain (the two for the war), that it suddenly becomes an atrocity ten times greaters that shouldn't have been tolerated when it was?
July 21st, 2004  
RnderSafe
 
 
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Originally Posted by GADefence
Why would it be that only now, after he announces plans to sell more oil the France, Germany and Russia (the three against the war), and less oil to America and Brittain (the two for the war), that it suddenly becomes an atrocity ten times greaters that shouldn't have been tolerated when it was?
July 22nd, 2004  
Darkmb101
 
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Originally Posted by RnderSafe
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Originally Posted by GADefence
Why would it be that only now, after he announces plans to sell more oil the France, Germany and Russia (the three against the war), and less oil to America and Brittain (the two for the war), that it suddenly becomes an atrocity ten times greaters that shouldn't have been tolerated when it was?
i couldnt have said that any better
July 22nd, 2004  
Sooners1
 
 
I think President Bush has had in his mind since his election (maybe even before) to take out Saddam, but was lookin for a good oportunity to do so. Tryin to take up where dad left off. Nobody had the balls to do it since. 9/11 gave the perfect oportunity to take action against all of the things that he wanted to eradicate and couldnt.
July 29th, 2004  
>*CrAzY*<
 
 
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Originally Posted by Sooners1
I think President Bush has had in his mind since his election (maybe even before) to take out Saddam, but was lookin for a good oportunity to do so. Tryin to take up where dad left off. Nobody had the balls to do it since. 9/11 gave the perfect oportunity to take action against all of the things that he wanted to eradicate and couldnt.
Sorry, I wasn't really going to say anything, but I never liked Clinton - so I'm sorry for anyone that thinks otherwise, because this is just my opinion, and I'm sure others have their own, but Look who we had as a president for 8 years before Bush.... There is apparently evidence that he let certain things slide, that could have been leading up to 9/11 and other things. But not to get into that...
July 29th, 2004  
Shadowalker
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Sooners1
I think President Bush has had in his mind since his election (maybe even before) to take out Saddam, but was lookin for a good oportunity to do so. Tryin to take up where dad left off. Nobody had the balls to do it since. 9/11 gave the perfect oportunity to take action against all of the things that he wanted to eradicate and couldnt.
I just think that instead of going after saddam he should of gone after al queda! maybe they are and we just cant see it but the US, UK and Australian governments have spent billions in iraq when those billions could of been spent against the No1 threat on this planet at the minute!
July 30th, 2004  
>*CrAzY*<
 
 
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Originally Posted by skywalker
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Originally Posted by Sooners1
I think President Bush has had in his mind since his election (maybe even before) to take out Saddam, but was lookin for a good oportunity to do so. Tryin to take up where dad left off. Nobody had the balls to do it since. 9/11 gave the perfect oportunity to take action against all of the things that he wanted to eradicate and couldnt.
I just think that instead of going after saddam he should of gone after al queda! maybe they are and we just cant see it but the US, UK and Australian governments have spent billions in iraq when those billions could of been spent against the No1 threat on this planet at the minute!
Isn't that the whole point of the playing cards deal? Aren't they taking out the leading members of al queda?