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Democracy of Iraq has Constitution

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Re: Democracy of Iraq has Constitution
« Reply #40 on: October 25, 2005, 02:16:51 PM »
julie agrees congress got down on knees for bush 0 on this one.  however, he offered lies so he has higher degree of fault.

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Re: Democracy of Iraq has Constitution
« Reply #41 on: October 25, 2005, 02:49:11 PM »
the congress does have fault, but this war with Iraq was Bush's idea in the first place and he pushed it with deception and lies (yellow cake and aluminim tubes, for example) so he has a much higher level of culpability

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Re: Democracy of Iraq has Constitution
« Reply #42 on: October 25, 2005, 06:12:57 PM »
you fine american.

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« Reply #43 on: October 25, 2005, 06:41:16 PM »
okay...somebody did not follow my timeline re: the former dictator of iraq.
and my mention that other administrations had to deal with the murdering despot.

boy do aye remember the following: strange that you guys do not acknowledge or do not remember it.

on december 16/98 6:00pm nyc time...

"earlier today, i ordered america's armed forces to strike military and security targets in Iraq...they are joined by british forces...their mission is to attack iraq's nuclear, chemical, and biological programs, and its military capacity to threaten its neighbors."

hussein has been a problem...his heirs would have been a bigger problem...the kurds...shiites...sunnis were not in charge of their own country...that administration recognized the ramifications...

congress and the administration pushed hussein out.

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Re: Democracy of Iraq has Constitution
« Reply #44 on: October 25, 2005, 06:47:42 PM »
good thing u.s. not have problem now, eh?

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Re: Democracy of Iraq has Constitution
« Reply #45 on: October 25, 2005, 06:52:49 PM »
okay...somebody did not follow my timeline re: the former dictator of iraq.
and my mention that other administrations had to deal with the murdering despot.

boy do aye remember the following: strange that you guys do not acknowledge or do not remember it.

on december 16/98 6:00pm nyc time...

"earlier today, i ordered america's armed forces to strike military and security targets in Iraq...they are joined by british forces...their mission is to attack iraq's nuclear, chemical, and biological programs, and its military capacity to threaten its neighbors."

hussein has been a problem...his heirs would have been a bigger problem...the kurds...shiites...sunnis were not in charge of their own country...that administration recognized the ramifications...

congress and the administration pushed hussein out.

A. Clinton used the right ammount of force
B. The US is not the police force of the world
C. It was not in our national interest to go to war

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Re: Democracy of Iraq has Constitution
« Reply #46 on: October 25, 2005, 07:02:49 PM »
okay...somebody did not follow my timeline re: the former dictator of iraq.
and my mention that other administrations had to deal with the murdering despot.

boy do aye remember the following: strange that you guys do not acknowledge or do not remember it.

on december 16/98 6:00pm nyc time...

"earlier today, i ordered america's armed forces to strike military and security targets in Iraq...they are joined by british forces...their mission is to attack iraq's nuclear, chemical, and biological programs, and its military capacity to threaten its neighbors."

hussein has been a problem...his heirs would have been a bigger problem...the kurds...shiites...sunnis were not in charge of their own country...that administration recognized the ramifications...

congress and the administration pushed hussein out.

A. Clinton used the right ammount of force
B. The US is not the police force of the world
C. It was not in our national interest to go to war

A. In Rawanda or Iraq?
B. Are you a liberal or not?
C. I agree

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Re: Democracy of Iraq has Constitution
« Reply #47 on: October 25, 2005, 07:27:40 PM »
okay...somebody did not follow my timeline re: the former dictator of iraq.
and my mention that other administrations had to deal with the murdering despot.

boy do aye remember the following: strange that you guys do not acknowledge or do not remember it.

on december 16/98 6:00pm nyc time...

"earlier today, i ordered america's armed forces to strike military and security targets in Iraq...they are joined by british forces...their mission is to attack iraq's nuclear, chemical, and biological programs, and its military capacity to threaten its neighbors."

hussein has been a problem...his heirs would have been a bigger problem...the kurds...shiites...sunnis were not in charge of their own country...that administration recognized the ramifications...

congress and the administration pushed hussein out.

A. Clinton used the right ammount of force
B. The US is not the police force of the world
C. It was not in our national interest to go to war

a. clinton's administration orchestrated an attack on iraq...necessarily so...so, realistically...since hussein moved into kuwait...it has been ON.
b. agreed...but allied countries protect its allies.
c. why was it in our national interest for clinton to order an attack on iraq?
d. what would you call clinton's order to attack iraq?

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Re: Democracy of Iraq has Constitution
« Reply #48 on: October 25, 2005, 09:16:02 PM »
okay...somebody did not follow my timeline re: the former dictator of iraq.
and my mention that other administrations had to deal with the murdering despot.

boy do aye remember the following: strange that you guys do not acknowledge or do not remember it.

on december 16/98 6:00pm nyc time...

"earlier today, i ordered america's armed forces to strike military and security targets in Iraq...they are joined by british forces...their mission is to attack iraq's nuclear, chemical, and biological programs, and its military capacity to threaten its neighbors."

hussein has been a problem...his heirs would have been a bigger problem...the kurds...shiites...sunnis were not in charge of their own country...that administration recognized the ramifications...

congress and the administration pushed hussein out.

A. Clinton used the right ammount of force
B. The US is not the police force of the world
C. It was not in our national interest to go to war

A. In Rawanda or Iraq?
B. Are you a liberal or not?
C. I agree
A. Iraq
B. Domestic Policy - Liberal; Foreign Policy - Realist with some liberal leanings

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Re: Democracy of Iraq has Constitution
« Reply #49 on: October 25, 2005, 09:20:09 PM »
okay...somebody did not follow my timeline re: the former dictator of iraq.
and my mention that other administrations had to deal with the murdering despot.

boy do aye remember the following: strange that you guys do not acknowledge or do not remember it.

on december 16/98 6:00pm nyc time...

"earlier today, i ordered america's armed forces to strike military and security targets in Iraq...they are joined by british forces...their mission is to attack iraq's nuclear, chemical, and biological programs, and its military capacity to threaten its neighbors."

hussein has been a problem...his heirs would have been a bigger problem...the kurds...shiites...sunnis were not in charge of their own country...that administration recognized the ramifications...

congress and the administration pushed hussein out.

A. Clinton used the right ammount of force
B. The US is not the police force of the world
C. It was not in our national interest to go to war

a. clinton's administration orchestrated an attack on iraq...necessarily so...so, realistically...since hussein moved into kuwait...it has been ON.
b. agreed...but allied countries protect its allies.
c. why was it in our national interest for clinton to order an attack on iraq?
d. what would you call clinton's order to attack iraq?
A. But Clinton did not invade and occupy Iraq
B. The US is not alloed with the Kurds, the Kurds are not a country/nation-state, and there were no allies calling for the invasion and occupation of Iraq, not even Israel
C. Clintons air strike was in our interest because there was something to gain and nothing to lose; continued deterence at the price of a few missles
D. Clinton's order to attack was a justified response of proportional force to Iraqi shots at planes enforcing the no fly zone.  At some point Saddam was going to realize that shooting at our planes was not in his interest but at that point he was just testing the waters.