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Why We Must Revisit The Iraq War

Curtis108 Wrote: 2 hours ago (7:37 PM)
"She refers to Republican Scott Ritter, a long-time Marine, war veteran, and a former UN weapons inspector who had “spent seven years inspecting and turning Iraq inside out [.]” His verdict was unambiguous: Iraq had been “95-per-cent disarmed and has no weapons of mass destruction [.]” She added that this verdict had been confirmed by numerous “experts in strategic studies.”" This characterizations turns the issue into a partisan political question. Ritter and the rest of the "inspectors" were unable to answer the fundamental question they were charged with answering: Where did the WMD, which had been used against Kurdish Iraqis, go?
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Why Democrat Ideas Don't Work: Reality

Curtis108 Wrote: Sep 14, 2014 5:47 PM
And he soured all the milk in Salem, Massachusetts, but only because Haliburton asked him to!
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The Third Rail of Domestic Violence

Curtis108 Wrote: Sep 12, 2014 7:29 PM
I'm not sure there is an unitary "American pop culture" any longer.
Journalists used to be called reporters, and reporters used to report on things that happened, not on the opinions of the people in the nose bleed seats about what happened. When they became journalists, they stopped reporting.
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Please Don't Shoot the Pollster

Curtis108 Wrote: Aug 28, 2014 9:28 AM
"Somebody has to do it"? Why?
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No Facts, No Peace

Curtis108 Wrote: Aug 21, 2014 9:43 PM
Justice isn't an outcome? So as long as the "justice" process if followed, ipso facto, the result must be just?
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A Silly Excuse for a President

Curtis108 Wrote: Aug 03, 2014 7:28 PM
Willy: I didn't realize you were also competent to judge the "correct" response in a combat situation. Merely being able to take someone alive doesn't mean that it is worth the risk to do so.
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A Silly Excuse for a President

Curtis108 Wrote: Aug 03, 2014 7:20 PM
English-- apparently he has forgotten that Natural Law also supports the proposition that humans should not move faster than we can run, or fly, or use electricity....
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A Silly Excuse for a President

Curtis108 Wrote: Aug 03, 2014 7:17 PM
Your "Natural Law" is illogical and not supported by evidence.
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A Silly Excuse for a President

Curtis108 Wrote: Aug 03, 2014 7:16 PM
OK, I'll play your silly game. Precisely what, in the "Natural Law," states that men should not accept women as leaders? If the woman in question (1) understands what must be done, (2) knows how to do what must be done, and (3) can do what must be done, why should her gender or plumbing disqualify her from doing what must be donbe?
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