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wSunday, March 09, 2003

The nice thing about posting on the Internet is I get to say what I'm going to say, interruption free. The cons of this though is I get to be thoroughly verbally lashed by Matt as he point's every little fault.

I'm not saying we should barge in there right now, guns a blazing, but why is the USA being hamstringed by the UN and we sit here and take their word for Dogma? Back in the Gulf War, a cease fire was signed on the premise that Saddam would disarm. "Proposition some-ungodly-number". And time went by. Eventually it came to be something like this. He may have a few, sitting around somewhere. Holy shit, a hundred or so missiles that violate 1441 or something, where'd those come from! I'm sorry, whether you rule China or Andorra, no one can "misplace" a few hundred illegal weapons. He did NOT disarm, he is trying to build nukes, and this is every legal reason we need to reinvade. Oil or no.

Hmm...what else....oh yeah. He can't hit us, and wouldn't. It'd be dumb and a waste of time. He could however very quickly sell his weapons to terrorists. Also, none of you know for sure what connections and ties he has. The government hasn't detailed every connection they've found and I'd rather have Nader as President then Bush give away military secrets. If the Government would explain every connection we've found, doesn't it stand to reason it would expose some of our contacts and spies? The government is elected by us. The People. Sure they want to be rich. But if they betray your trust, they loose your vote. And they are as American as the next.

Some people are nuts and would sell their soul to get at America. But the Government is your representatives, have faith and make your opinion known to local senators and representatives if they're doing things you don't approve of, that's the way to change the world.

I've rambled on enough, now Matt can strip away my credibility.

posted by Andrew at 11:00 AM

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