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Lol, had the U.S. found WMDs, the humanitarianism argument would never been needed or used. No WMDs were found by American or UN investigators. I don't think they even had chemical weapons anymore.
And if you brag of having crack and have none? And if you brag of having crack and are raided 15 years later and have none? Don't let the tactical ramblings of some fool dictate your behavior, especially if that behavior means killing people.People lie. Shhhhh its a secret.
Ok, tangent number 3. Saddam Husein was not an American citizen, subject to our laws. The U.S. military are not global police and the U.S. president is not the global attorney general- as much as some people, amazingly, want him to be. The analogy is flawed (even though I rolled with it for awhile, its just absurd). If all that were true, Saddam was denied his public defender, the right prohibiting unlawful search and seizure, quartering of troops (that's a funny one I admit) and his meranda. Shortly, the comparison of criminal activity to international s.hit we don't like, right or wrong, is a logical fallacy. It does not matter if I or you agree with the end result, it is flawed thinking and well, just arrogant and rude. Yep, U.S. foreign policy under Bush was arrogant and rude, that was why the state department had to actually tell us to say we were Canadians when we were abroad- ridiculous. Who else don't you like? Should we invade them all too? Invade for poops and giggles? Who care about casualties? Sovereign right of nations? Sharing the world with all these people? F. them all. We'll just force them to capitulate or kill them.
Uh. You know 1990 and 2003 aren't the same dates, right? There were two U.S. invasions of Iraq, no one here contested the WMD (chem weapons) of 1990. If fact, its off topic. Desert Storm isn't what we are talking about here and I am now aware of the time I have wasted on this board.
If you tell the cops you have crack cocaine in your house, and they raid it. Don't complain.http://articles.orlandosentinel.com/1990-10-10/news/9010100377_1_saudi-arabia-new-missile-iraqi-missileIraq Claims New Weapon Of Death Hussein Says Missile Can Hit Israel, U.s. Troops In The GulfOctober 10, 1990|By Baltimore SunAMMAN, JORDAN — Iraqi President Saddam Hussein, leading an outcry of Arab rage over the Israeli killing of 19 Palestinians, declared Tuesday he had a new missile with a range that could hit both Israel and U.S. troops in Saudi Arabia.The missile was called Al-Hijara, which means ''stones.'' It was clearly named after the young protesters in the anti-Israeli uprising, known as ''Children of the Stones.''Quote from: fortook on November 26, 2011, 03:33:09 PMLol, had the U.S. found WMDs, the humanitarianism argument would never been needed or used. No WMDs were found by American or UN investigators. I don't think they even had chemical weapons anymore.