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Can GOP Reverse the Damage Done by Iraq?

cere1964 Wrote: Mar 29, 2013 5:07 PM
You are certainly wrong. Bill Clinton signed into law the Iraqi Liberation Act in 1998, a bi-partisan bill. You might want to do some homework rather than speaking with myopic thoughts. GW Bush only carried the torch that Bill Clinton lit. You might want to look into Operation Desert Fox, while you're at it. And also, your next assignment is the SOFA Accord.
In response to:

Can GOP Reverse the Damage Done by Iraq?

cere1964 Wrote: Mar 29, 2013 5:08 PM
You are certainly wrong. Bill Clinton signed into law the Iraqi Liberation Act in 1998, a bi-partisan bill. You might want to do some homework rather than speaking with myopic thoughts. GW Bush only carried the torch that Bill Clinton lit. You might want to look into Operation Desert Fox, while you're at it. And also, your next assignment is the SOFA Accord.
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Can GOP Reverse the Damage Done by Iraq?

cere1964 Wrote: Mar 29, 2013 5:01 PM
In 1998 Saddam Hussein insisted that international weapons inspectors stop work and leave Iraq. In response, Congress passed and President Clinton signed into law the Iraq Liberation Act, making regime change in Iraq the policy of the United States government and approving nearly $100 million to fund Iraqi opposition groups working for Saddam's ouster.That December, President Clinton launched Operation Desert Fox, a four-day air strike campaign meant to diminish Saddam's weapons capabilities. "If Saddam defies the world and we fail to respond, we will face a far greater threat in the future," Clinton said. "Mark my words, he will develop weapons of mass destruction". Sound familiar? Same lingo GW Bush used!
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