posted on Feb, 27 2003 @ 12:55 PM
this guy is askin' for it
"What drives a man to go against the wishes of his countryfolk and the entire world community - including the presidents of Russia, China, France and
He's not going against the wishes of his country folk or an 'entire' world community, just Russia, China, France, and Germany. That's not the
entire world community.
"How can a professed Christian continue to defy church leaders worldwide - including the Bishops of Britain and the Pope? How does he rationalize
breaking the commandments of his God, which clearly prohibit coveting another's property, theft of their oil, and mass murder of defenseless
Does this man live in America? America could have taken any country it wanted oil from. And to the thing about being a professed christian, have
you ever heard of seperation of church and state? Some bishops fand the Pope shouldn't be allowed to tell Bush what to do.
"How can he ignore his own generals when they complain, "We're advocating a policy that says we will invade another nation that is not currently
attacking us or invading any of our allies." [Capitol Hill Blue Jan, 22, 2003]"
These generals don't understand, if Saddam continues to grow in power, the whole worlds economy and balance is at steak, we'd be looking at WWIII
with nukes, bio weapons, and chem weapons.
"Are these the acts of a rational person?"
What would you do in his position?
And then they go on to talk about if he is a burn out or insane. Ya know, with all the medical mumbo jumbo, and what not.
Actually, it's not that interesting of a read. It seems rather biased, as if they are trying to point out all of Bushes mistakes without any
Now I don't personally like Bush as a president, but I think we need to back him up. He is, after all, our president whether you like it or not. I
would have loved to see a better person in the executive seat fo our country, but there wasn't anything better to vote for.
[Edited on 27-2-2003 by joehayner]