posted on Mar, 14 2003 @ 07:06 PM
Why should I --Hammerite thank you very much-- give Mr. Wolfowitz a break?
I'm not sure what's worse. Mr. Wolfowitz condoning a massive Civil war ending in Millions dead.
Or the fact there are people who actually think it is a good idea. Perhaps Mr. JohnBull1 you'll realize there is a time that deserves such anger and
I don't see what I feel about Wolfowitz (whoever doesn't want us to go in there ourselves, is not a "hawk"), matters a penny to you.
I just think you have nothing better to say, and disagree with my outburst, but this outburst is well directed.
And anyone who realizes there is over 1million people who WILL die for Saddam's regiem, because they'll die without him, will realize a Civil
War//Coup is the LAST thing that country needs.
--think before you post--
Saphroina, Castro is on an Island I find it hardly a comparison to Saddam Hussein.
Also Castro does not attempt nor does he have WMDs.
Finally, Castro has exhibited no urge to expand his borders, since his attempts at causing communist revolutions in ?Bolivia? and some african
Saphroina I suggest you look at the political hierarchy of Iraq. I love Dune man that's a great book everyone should read it, it's basically a
futuristic knock-off of Lawrence of Arabia. With Spice being of course, the Oil.
In dune the "emperor" has these dudes called "Sardukaur" and they are feircely loyal and they can careless if they are stepping on baby heads or
They are fiercely loyal to the Emperor for the same reason Saddam's Republican Gaurd is feircely loyal. They are put up in big rich houses, with
beautiful women, and live the life of Reilly.
If there were an "uprising" the Republican Gaurd would be exectuted by the new government, they would lose not only their big houses, and families,
They, along with others who live such lives all thanks to Saddam, at about 1million people.
Now do you really think you can just "tip" over this regiem, with a bunch of armed peasants and guerrila rebels?
Hardly, the "Republican Gaurd" would smash them, and then step on their baby's head.
Your idealistic attitude towards this, is alright, but thank god idealists don't run the country. It's one thing to want to "go to the moon."
It's another thing to play foriegn politics.
Iraqis want freedom, Saddam and his 1million+ cronies don't want to lose it. Tell me again how this would NOT be a blood bath?