posted on Nov, 16 2002 @ 10:31 AM
*sigh* How much longer must I suffer this?
Once again, and I'm typing slowly here, there is a difference between nations of law (Great Britain, France (sorry, U.P.), and the U.S.) and nations
of despots, dictators and tyrants (IRAQ!).
Hussein has displayed a propensity for using anything he has, has attacked his own civilians with it and used the Hell out of it against Iran ("it"
being chemicals, sorry), showed total contempt for civilian life in Kuwait, and will attack Israel just to muddy the waters.
I understand and feel for you, Byrd, and I have friends and family in the service and in places where harm may reach them. This past weekend, a
friend and his wife and 2 year old daughter came up for a visit. "Enson Pulver" as I like to call him, is shipping out come December to the
Kittyhawk, and you know where she is.
Since Hussein should have been smacked years ago for not complying with the resolutions that ceased hostility against his sorry butt a decade ago, I
wouldn't say it is bullyism. Since he supports terrorism both financially and with training, and since he absolutely hates us (go figure) and would
love to hurt us as painfully as possible, it seems to me that it'd be fool-hardy to allow him to continue toward nuclear capability, and striking at
a part of the terror network (which he is) is in line with the war on terror.
Id still like to see other terror supporters whacked first, but maybe this guy is more threatening in the immediate future, than, say, DamascaByrd, do
you feel Hussein is not a threat to us? Why not? What do you think would be a better course of action?