- Jul 17, 2003
That may indeed happen, that being Bush gradually shuffling the WMD search to an ever-further backburner, in which case I shall join the ranks of those howling foulplay. Saddam had a long time to hide them, and I think we can all agree the search is not the easiest of tasks. Again, given the sadistic fvcktard in question (Saddam) I'm willing to give our guys the benefit of a doubt.Yes and we will conveniently have to wait until the world forgets about this. This 'waiting game' is a farce to keep oppostion at bay. And the sad part is the administration can get away with stuff like this. What can we do now, oppose going to war with Iraq? Oops too late
The administration drew a deadline. Two, in fact, if you count the one for Saddam to get the hell out of dodge. Power hungry tyrants generally do not allow their adversaries such luxuries, they just move in and annihilate the opposition and to hell with anyone who has a problem with it. I have no problem with inspections being abandoned as it was a futile gesture as long as Saddam's people were actively working against the UNs efforts. Kudos to Bush for not being pacified by the same farce that managed to occupy the UN for so long. It's just too bad it took someone as lame as Dubya to enforce what the UN should have done itself, long ago.Why did the Bush administration draw a conclution befor the UN inspections were over?
It comes with the job of overthrowing a regime like that in that part of the world. Have you really been surprised there's been resistance? Same thing happened in Germany I believe... speaking of....how long were we there? 3 years? 4 years? And how long have we been in Iraq?Now that they rushed in all the other problems you mention are of their own making.
Ooooo, I suppose that puts me in my place huh? This coming from a guy who honestly thinks the Iraqis would be better off still under Saddam no less... go piss up a tree, moron. I think I hear GuyDebord calling you....And I just have to add: