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(Washington Post)   Iraqi wedding parties can now ride in 34-foot long stretch Hummers; therefore, the US invasion was justified and George W. Bush should receive the Nobel Peace Prize   (washingtonpost.com) divider line 11
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2012-08-05 02:59:06 PM
6 votes:
They should give one to Bush, and he should politely decline because of the joke it is now.
2012-08-05 02:59:51 PM
4 votes:
Meh. He did just as much to earn it as Obama.
2012-08-05 05:12:25 PM
2 votes:
mark12A: Thousands of Iraqis got *infected* from exposure to Americans and our way of doing things. Give it ten years or so, and all those Iraqis will be in positions of power, and demanding that Iraq modernize and start running things in a more civilized fashion. They had it abundantly illustrated to them how screwed up their society is, and know thare are better ways of doing things....

-And how many thousands got infected with a burning hatred of America and all it stands for after watching kith and kin die from bullets and bombs stamped 'made in usa'? Do you forget that Abu Ghraib was part of the American 'way of doing things'? Executing wounded prisoners, indiscriminately firing into crowds of civilians, running kids over in the street, raping Iraqi girls and so much more. We weren't building Mall of America over there, we were conquering and occupying. Nice lesson. Who are you trying to kid?
2012-08-05 04:52:05 PM
2 votes:
-I just happen to be watching Iraq The Hidden Storyat this very moment so, getting a kick, etc.
It depresses me almost to the point of tears to read how ignorant, uninformed, and self-deluded my
fellow citizens are. You know nothing and yet continue to blather on like you do. The invasion and
occupation of Iraq should, and hopefully will, go down as one of the greatest crimes in history.
Hundreds of thousands of lives thrown away to serve the interests of a tiny, powerful clique of
fascist criminals who care no more for America than they do for Iraq or any other nation. They
take a big stinking turd, wrap it in the Flag and stick a cross in it and people swallow it whole. Jesus.
2012-08-05 08:21:05 PM
1 votes:
Want Hate? Look no farther than your nearest lib.
2012-08-05 05:09:29 PM
1 votes:
coffee smells good: Invading Kuwait, using WMDs on the Kurds.... Are you that stupid or just that young? Go into the archives if you want to relive that fight.

So that justifies invading 13 years later?
2012-08-05 04:13:58 PM
1 votes:
sgt neeley: Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, Iraq's democratically elected leader, presides over a government that - according to critics from international human rights groups to Baghdad bus drivers - is ineffective, increasingly authoritarian and repressive toward its political enemies.

so, did anything in Iraq change at all?
/other than the availability of stretch Hummers,that is.


IN Iraq? No, not for the better...but that was never what it was about, was it?

Personally, I made a tidy sum on Haliburton stock...figured if my fellow citizens were going to do something retarded, like put a land war in Asia on the national credit card...again...as a capitalist, it was my duty to make some money from it.
2012-08-05 03:56:36 PM
1 votes:
sgt neeley: Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, Iraq's democratically elected leader, presides over a government that - according to critics from international human rights groups to Baghdad bus drivers - is ineffective, increasingly authoritarian and repressive toward its political enemies.

so, did anything in Iraq change at all?
/other than the availability of stretch Hummers,that is.


Yes, the christian minority is being driven out and killed off at a much faster pace than when Saddam was in power, and the amount of sectarian violence between the Sunnis and Shi'ites has gone through the roof.
2012-08-05 03:23:52 PM
1 votes:
Occupation Oilraqi Freedumb was a terrorist attack and a war crime. Killing people that didn't do anything to you for political reasons, trying to intimidate a wider population into accepting your will and ideology is the essence terrorism -- whether you're wearing a bomb on your head or an army uniform. The main difference between neocons/Iraqi freetards and the Islamists is what they think the world should look like.

And I'm sorry but Oilraqi Fartdumb was an obvious war crime too. An unsuccessful war that you start is unnecessary war. An unnecessary war that you start is a war of aggression. Wars of aggression are war crimes. Perpetrators of war crimes are war criminals. Conclusion: Those demon-Cletuses that did that should go to prison for the rest of their lives.
2012-08-05 03:10:39 PM
1 votes:

sgt neeley: Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, Iraq's democratically elected leader, presides over a government that - according to critics from international human rights groups to Baghdad bus drivers - is ineffective, increasingly authoritarian and repressive toward its political enemies.

so, did anything in Iraq change at all?
/other than the availability of stretch Hummers,that is.


Well militant Islam gained a bit of a foothold due to the turmoil, whereas previously Saddam and his Baathist party had been doing a pretty job of keeping the place secular.
2012-08-05 03:00:16 PM
1 votes:
Countdown to Balkanization? I give it five years.
 
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