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Originally posted by marg6043
This takes me back to, Whoa!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Lets kill them all and kill them right, what a mentality.
I am glad is only a few that thinks like you.
TextTHERE IS NO NEGOTIATING WITH THEM.
Originally posted by Saphronia
just competing ideologies, of course our's is the best in my opinion but what i believe and what you believe amounts to squat if the Iraqis don't buy it
TextJapan only began to see that the USA was actually offering them help AFTER the war ended...and it took years before most Japanese didnt see us as a conquerer or invader.....
Originally posted by crmanager
No need to clarify.
U.S. Bad. George Bush bad. war bad.
What is it like to carry the weight of the world on your shoulders?
Originally posted by SuperKyle
No hope, no food, no lights while pissing in the corner of your home. Talk to the people who were their right before the bombing began and they will tell you that the people of Iraq couldn't wait for it.
Text"These people were starving and poor because of the sanctions imposed on them by the U.S. and the tyrannical United Nations!"
Originally posted by Narnia
Although I am opposed to this war, the Iraqi people undoubtedly want us there. Where do you get the notion that they want us to up and leave? Do you have any idea what will happen without us there? True the war should have never taken place, but to lump the majority of Iraqi's to the small number of extremists is egregious. Or for that matter lumping all Muslims together as if they are against the west, I know to be true that not all Muslims ideologies compete with western values. There are many Muslims that live in the West rather patriotically. The extremists in this culture are the cause of the conflict and not to be mistaken with the entirety of the populace.