- Nov 28, 2011
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Would you be happy for the North to get a nuke capability to strike this nation or South Korea finally ? You trying to weaponize the numbers game here ? Not impressed.. Yeah for what is right, especially after the Lilly livered libs wouldn't see it through or do the right thing by using the event to liberate the Iraqi people, and to do this by capitalizing on the forward movement towards a better situation for the citizens there. No they cared not for those people, and cared more about defeating their Republican enemy here instead. The proof is hard to deny once you look back, and then bring it all forward in the bigger picture.It was BUSH who pulled the trigger and invadedIf WE were concerned that our economic sanctions were starving hundreds of thousands of children.......WE could have lifted themWE were starving them? How dumb!
Why didn't Saddam simply do what YOU idiots claim was the case. THERE WERE NO WMDS! That's all he had to do!
So why didn't he do it? Why did HE not sign the UN which you always seem to believe what they say is the gospel i.e. (Israel one of the worst civil rights groups)
but in this case you like Saddam didn't care about the starving children.
Geez any compassionate leader would say... you mean all I have to do is LIE about not having WMDs and the sanctions will be lifted? That's it? So why didn't he?
But to BLAME the sanctions is like blaming the law for you driving 40 miles an hour in a 20 mph school zone. "The law was wrong". The sanctions were wrong!
Hmmmm all Saddam had to do was comply as any law abiding person, (obviously not you...) would do... LIE if he had WMDs.
Then it was Bill Clinton's fault...NOT GWB!
On May 12, 1996, Madeleine Albright (then U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations)
appeared on a 60 Minutes segment in which Lesley Stahl asked her "We have heard that half a million children have died.
I mean, that's more children than died in Hiroshima. And, you know, is the price worth it?"
and Albright replied "we think the price is worth it."
Albright wrote later that Saddam Hussein, not the sanctions, was to blame.
She criticized Stahl's segment as "amount[ing] to Iraqi propaganda"; said that her question was a loaded question;
wrote "I had fallen into a trap and said something I did not mean"; and regretted coming "across as cold-blooded and cruel".
The segment won an Emmy Award.Albright's "non-denial" was taken by sanctions opponents as confirmation of a high number of sanctions related casualties.
‘We Think the Price Is Worth It’
BUSH killed 6000 Americans, 100,000 Iraqis and started a civil war
So you'd be happy to spend 100,000 American casualties to liberate North Korea, eh?