posted on Sep, 19 2003 @ 11:22 AM
I supported Bill Clinton on that theory then and I have no other reason to doubt it isn't still true today. I think that many of you who like to
play politics painted Saddam as a madman when it suited your needs and now paint him as a poor victim to suit your needs. The truth is undeniable,
Saddam is/was a madman in full support of many terror groups who trained under the watch of republican guard at Salman-Pak just South of Bagdad. To
attribute any credibilty to claims of him or people like him certainly amount to taking the bait hook line and sinker. Its bad enough we have people
who swallow our government's BS but when we begin to put faith in these kinds of killers, you're bordering on delusional.
To read this board, you'de think Saddam had never used WMDs which he did extensively, you'd think UBL's bunch hadn't yet made a succesful attack
on the US which they have many times. Clinton was right about Saddam if he was right about nothing else and don't think he has changed his position
on that..also Joe Liberman still holds this theory as well...Why? Because they have seen the evidence and they have lived this stuff for longer than
most of us.
Its fine to disagree with Bush on tax cuts, or the Patriot Act or even Iraq but without taking into account all the events of the past 25 years, I
don't think any argument that puts Hussein up on a pedestal will ever hold water.