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"They said the President really believed that Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction," she said. "And I told them: 'I might be a grieving mom, but you men are very intelligent, and I know you don't believe what you're telling me'. The Age Australia - free Login Required
Originally posted by Muaddib
humm. I wonder how many people that have responded to this thread would apologize to the family members of those people that have been killed by radical islamic terrorists for not supporting a war against those same terrorists.... ??
I wonder if former president Clinton would apologize to those same families for not doing more to stop terrorists....9\11 was planned during Clinton's administration......
The US did not start this war, radical Muslims did, it is more than fair to take the war to their own turf instead of doing nothing, waiting and hoping for radical Muslims not to attack the west once again.
About the WMD.... more and more evidence is coming out that many member countries of the UN, and even the staff of UNMOVIC, were being paid off with the dirty money from the oil for food program, as i have reported many times in the past.
It was in the best interests of these countries (France, Russia, China, Germany) to claim there were no STOCKPILES of WMD, and it was in their best interest not to have fought a war against Iraq because they were getting rich.
Unfortunately lives are lost in wars, and this war is no different, despite what the "hug terrorists and give them kisses and roses" crowd keeps saying.
[edit on 7-8-2005 by Muaddib]
"We haven't been happy with the way the war has been handled," Cindy said. "The president has changed his reasons for being over there every time a reason is proven false or an objective reached."
The 10 minutes of face time with the president could have given the family a chance to vent their frustrations or ask Bush some of the difficult questions they have been asking themselves, such as whether Casey's sacrifice would make the world a safer place.
But in the end, the family decided against such talk, deferring to how they believed Casey would have wanted them to act. In addition, Pat noted that Bush wasn't stumping for votes or trying to gain a political edge for the upcoming election.
The trip had one benefit that none of the Sheehans expected.
For a moment, life returned to the way it was before Casey died. They laughed, joked and bickered playfully as they briefly toured Seattle.
For the first time in 11 weeks, they felt whole again.
"That was the gift the president gave us, the gift of happiness, of being together," Cindy said.
as posted by slank
If you support the war in Iraq you are incredibly stupid or you must hate America.
Can ANYONE tell me a single useful thing for America that has been acomplished in Iraq?