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I believe the we need to do something with Iraq. There is no question that the state of affairs in Iraq is deplorable. Women and children are tortured and nobody has the freedom all of us enjoy to speak their minds freely without the fear of retaliation by the government. And honestly, there is no government, there is only Saddam. Saddam tortures and murders anyone who opposes him or speaks out against him or his regime. This is clearly shown in the results of the Iraqi "election" where Saddam received 100.000000% of the vote. There was not a single vote cast against him. Besdies the way the country is run internally, Saddam is a threat to the world. Am I the only one who remembers a few years back when Saddam just decided to invade another country? Also, when the US kicked his ass out of Kuwaitt all he did was set fires to oil wells and cause a major environmental catastrophe. Saddam ran with his tail between his legs then, and complied with world demands to buy time. At the start of the gulf war it is well documented that he was very close to having nukes, and had plenty of chemical and biological weapons that he is more than willinig to use. He lost them in the gulf war and is building his weapons back up. Saddam has proven from his past actions that he will push and push and push until someone knoocks him down. Then he slowly starts rebuilding and resumes pushing. This time he has run his course and I am glad to see a president that is drawing a line and excepting no crap from him. You Europeans who bad mouth any US actions against Saddam didn't seem to mind us helping stopping another dictator that was bullying back in the 40's. These are just my thoughts.
 

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fishman2 said:
They wanted more money. Hell, they want to put a mileage gauge to record what miles we travel to make a charge per mile. You think Saddam can be any worse? ???
Well, if you spoke out against a policy or belief of Sadam in Iraq, he'll just have his guards take you outback and shoot you. In the US you get the opportunity to defeat the measure. Yeah, I can see how those two options are about equal.
 
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