Re: Next Add-Free Day
> Yes blame Bush for the fact that Saddam
> banned the weapons inspectors, so if you
> want to blame the death of innocents,
> blame it on Saddam.
> You see this is what happens when you
> lose, you have to pay retributions, in
> this case Iraq must allow weapons
> inspectors to make sure Iraq doesn't try
> this again with better, more deadly
> weapons. Its no secret not many middle
> eastern countries like the US because of
> the US's support of Israel, but hey bet
> you didn't know Iraq donates money to
> the families of those who blow
> themselves up. Darn so how about those
> innocent Israel citizens having to live
> in fear some guy on their bus is going
> to blow himself up, or that guy walking
> down the road isn't going to shoot at
Hm, what about the US? I'm sure they have lots of
nasty weapons, but no-one wants to check them.
> Iraq isn't so innocent, and democracy
> for the last 4 years has failed to get
> weapons inspectors back in there. When
> is enough that we'll say "NO MORE
> BULLSHIT Saddam, you let them in or pay
> the price."
> So if the Bush Administration feels it
> must punish Saddam for breaking the
> rules, than innocents will die, which
> will be a sad thing, but it will not be
> 100% Bush's fault, Saddam is as much to
> blame for it.
I agree one hundred percent. We must punish rogue
states who refuse to abide by the rules, like one
particular state that refuses to sign to the
International Criminal Court unless it's exempt,
and the Kyoto Protocol. Bomb it to the shithouse!