colin-powell-presentation: What a CRAP...
Posted 05 February 2003 - 05:29 PM
But, as Hussein doesn't support any terrorists with WMD, that is an impossible scenario.
Although I do understand, and agree with your point, I believe it would be the same if the roles were reversed. As for anti-war rhetoric, consider the pro-war rhetoric as well.
Posted 05 February 2003 - 05:35 PM
Powell will resign his post or have his portfolio changed when the attack happens. This goes against his priciples as a team player in the world community. I dont think he respects his chicken hawk bosses and peers.
Deep down Powell is an honorable man, He was just the messenger boy today and i felt he didnt speak with conviction.
Posted 05 February 2003 - 05:39 PM
Originally posted by uglybastard
So let's see:
the people who were for the war are still for the war.
The people who were against the war, Saddam's felatio crew, are still against it.
Why am I not surprised?
Well, its more about giving inspectors more time so this can be resolved diplomaticallyajnd trough UN.?
Whats so bad in for example put in 10 times more inspectors and give them more time? Everyone wants that except for USA and UK.
Posted 05 February 2003 - 06:20 PM
looming up and more, not fewer, soldiers are going
I think we'd just best get used to the idea there will be
a war and pray for the least number of civillians possible
to be hurt or killed and the least possible environmental
damage to be done to already crippled water and
Posted 05 February 2003 - 06:39 PM
All Saddam had to do was give up the chems and bios. All he had to do was to comply with resolution 687 and 1441.
The responsibility for the anguish that the Iraqi people are about to experience falls squarely on the shoulders of Saddam Hussein.
A sad day indeed.
Posted 05 February 2003 - 06:56 PM
everyone who is pro this will change their tune after a few body bags start making their way back
I disagree. They have no stake in this. It will make for good evening news on CNN. They will drink their beer just like it was yesterday. As long as it is not their sons or daughters in those body bags, I say they will still support the war and remain removed and indifferent.
That's how it's gonna be. We have become desensitized. We have the same emotions watching a bomb going off in an Isreali market as we do watching a bomb go off on a television drama.
In America, war is something that happens to the "other" guys. We just watch and follow along. (Which in itself is not such a bad predictament(sp?) all things considered.)
Posted 05 February 2003 - 07:00 PM
Originally posted by chisinau
Too many of you are so confused that you're unable to comprehend that too many of us are against Saddam AND against the war.
I know this is beyond your understanding, because for those who think "square", reasoning is a lost challenge.
I think you lost them.
DOH, what under achievers.
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