posted on Dec, 16 2003 @ 03:46 PM
That's the right idea. To those people who will continue to sing the praises of the benevolent Saddam Hussein - guardian of the Iraqi people and
their rights - nothing is going to change their minds. I think what needs to be done is for the other members (who understand that whether or not you
disagree with the reasons behind the conflict, it is a GOOD thing that Hussein is out of power) to just understand that some people's opinions will
There are some members who even if the US cured AIDS and donated all of its cures to African nations, would still say that the US is out to rob the
poor people in Africa, or poisoning them, or god knows what.
The bottom line is for someone like Fulcrum, there is nothing the USA can ever do that will make them not evil in his eyes. It doesn't matter who
the president is. If we stay out of world affairs and let people kill each other we will be called isolationists who are letting people die. If we
get involved we will be called meddlers who should stay out of it. Luckily the US has gotten good at saying # you to people like that. I think I'll
do the same.
Apparently as Fulcrum stated himself, to even put a war criminal in prison makes the US guilty of "sensory deprivation". So all of our criminals
should not be put in prison, they should perhaps have parties made for them. Whatever. Like I said earlier, it is IMPOSSIBLE to change certain
people's outlooks on things. I'm no longer going to try. Trying to give logical answers to things doesn't work. Nor does trying to rely on
common sense. So with that, this is my last post in this topic. I accept that we all have differing opinions. Oh well. What happened happened.
He's out of power, accept it or not.