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Kerry's 'Realism' Slips Into Callousness

Marc_H Wrote: Dec 31, 2012 12:50 PM
so stuart does the United States have a right to respond to an Act of War on the United States (or an ally)? you see skippy Afganistan committed an Act of War Iraq commited multiple Acts of War
Stuart95 Wrote: Dec 31, 2012 12:59 PM
Marc,

I am eager to be educated. Please tell me what acts of war were committed by Afghanistan and Iraq.

Skippy
Marc_H Wrote: Dec 31, 2012 1:07 PM
than you for again showing us all how 9/11 meant nothing to the like of you

HINT: Afganistan harbored and refused to turn over Osama-bin-Ladin, THAT skippy is an act of war

and the US Consgress passed a Dec of War containing 23 REASON to restart the Iraq War, including the firing upon US War Planes LEGALLY inside Iraq coverign the NO-Fly zone

wow skippy, are you fing clueless to admit how stupid and treasonable you are
sasdigger Wrote: Dec 31, 2012 1:40 PM
Dear Marc_H---I just would like to add per US Marine Corps there were 250 cases of WMD use of poison gas in Iraq to poison his populace prior to the US going into Iraq under the second President Bush.
Stuart95 Wrote: Dec 31, 2012 1:48 PM
1) Afghanistan was one of many countries that "harbored" OBL; we don't know if this harboring was policy or happenstance; I'm not sending my kids to fight in every country in which terrorists live.

2) Some of Congress's reasons for re-invading Iraq were linked to bogus UN rules (no-fly zone); some were really lame (Iraq pays bounties to suicide bombers); and some were simply illegitimate (establishing a "democratic" government in Iraq).

3) Have you checked the definition of "treason" lately? I think you may have treason confused with the ability to learn from mistakes.
Jay Wye Wrote: Dec 31, 2012 2:47 PM
The UN-brokered CEASEFIRE that Saddam SIGNED after the First Iraq War driving them out of Kuwait included the no-fly zone and other rules.
Saddam violated his own agreement,and that' was an act of war,firing on US warplanes doing a legitimate UN patrol. There were other violations of that ceasefire agreement,too.

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