posted on Aug, 10 2004 @ 07:53 PM
If you’re going to blame Iraq (Saddam) for harboring terrorist elements, then at least be consistent and blame the USA, as well.
How many terrorists have attended America’s finest educational institutions? I can think of at least one: Osama Bin Laden.
How many terrorist cells are located in the USA? I don’t know the number, but it’s common knowledge that they do and are probably numerous.
So, if you’re trying use the existence of terrorist cells in Iraq as some kind of rationale or justification for invading the country, then it’s a
convoluted argument at best. Terrorists are located all around the world, in every country, regardless of it’s politics.
We were wrong to invade Iraq. None of the reasons given by King George for doing so were correct. Therefore, even though I think Saddam is a muderous
tyrant, I think his detention and trial are illegitimate and, therefore, illegal. Our President is a Bible Thumping, psychotic sociopath who lied to
us and is destroying our country to satisfy his own personal agenda. And like sheep being led to slaughter, a great number of our citizens are blindly
following and supporting this maniac, despite the damage he’s doing us.
Baaah, baah …
I think it’s disgusting that the ones most responsible for 9/11 are not being pursued with anything near the vengeance and ferocity that Saddam was
while we hunted him down. What’s wrong with this picture? No wonder the rest of the world hates us. We’re thugs.
Therefore, I think your clever little list/group of the greatest leaders the world has seen is clearly incomplete. A more complete list would be
something like this:
Saddam/Hitler/Bush The Three Amigos
There, now that’s better …