Right War, Right Time, Right Man

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    Yes, so we should continue bombing them and destroying the country to show we mean business, then pour billions into rebuilding what we destroyed, and training their men in how to fight.
    This isn't a "war", it's forcing half unwanted charity on a foreign country.
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    Today, because of President Bush's courage, there are no terrorist training camps in Afghanistan threatening Americans. Liberated from the Taliban, the Afghani people, for the first time in their history, freely elected their president. In a country where just a few short years ago women had no civil rights, women cast 43 percent of the votes.

    History will look back on Iraq and conclude that it was the right thing to do at the right time. There are many positive developments in Iraq, the Middle East and throughout the Arab world. Maybe we'll start hearing about them after the election.
     
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    Hooah!

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    The only folks interested in history are in the BB history forum. The rest of us will just keep repeating the same mistakes over and over. If people would take a close look at history and warfare they would be better able to recognize the propaganda program that sold and continues to sell the neocon never ending war strategy.
     
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    Seems to me that is exactly what Pres Bush did! If you check history, you will know that you cannot appease evil, you must confront it in whatever manner necessary to nullify it!

    Are you saying that the twin towers was just a stunt to con congress into authorizing retalition to a non-existant threat?

    Surely I misread your meaning in your post!
     
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    Have you checked on how terrorism or claims of terrorism have been used to to topple republics throughout history?
     
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    I wish I had said that.
     
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    Yes, we should continue destroying them (the enemy in Iraq) until they no longer are a threat. This is not over yet and will continue even after our immediate part in it is done.

    Yes, we should continue to help them (the people of Iraq) rebuild and to train them to defend their new found democracy. We should continue to turn that over to them as soon as it is reasonable. Ultimately is is them that must make it work. We're just staying their a while to help get it going.

    Yes, It is part of an on-going war against terrorism and the environments that breed it. It is now followed by a nobel attempt to establish some basic democracy in hopes it will take permanent root. There's no guarantee it will work. Ultimately is is them (the people of Iraq) that must make it work. We're just there to help get it started. In the long term that's good for us as well.

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    Saddam Huessien was not a republic. He was a dictator that tortured and killed his own people. He did not hesitate to use biological weapons on them. Why would we think that he wouldn't use them on anyone else? Actually, he did - Iran. I am glad that Saddam is gone.
     
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    You got it backwards. There weren't any before we attacked Iraq. Now, they have them. And they are not only threatening, but killing Americans.

    Thanks to Bush.

    Good deal. Too bad, he quit in Afghanistan before he caught Osama and eliminated the terrorists there. Needed a fresh war to keep the public behind him. So on to Iraq.

    And, as Rumsfeld said, "all the good targets are in Iraq."


    History will look back on Iraq and conclude that it was the right thing to do at the right time. There are many positive developments in Iraq, the Middle East and throughout the Arab world. Maybe we'll start hearing about them after the election.
     
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    Never said Saddam was a republic, where did that come from? Where did Saddam get his biological weapons from that he "allgedly" used on his own people? From us. We were good buddies of his during the Iran Iraq war and supplied him with all kinds of neat things.

    http://whatreallyhappened.com/ARTICLE5/
     

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