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On Balance, Was the Iraq War Worth It?

I had two nephews in Iraq. One went twice. They will tell you there WERE WMD's. I have a question. Are chemical weapons considered WMD's? Halabja. If you want to see pictures. http://www.ibtimes.com/25-years-after-worst-chemical-weapon-massacre-history-saddam-husseins-attack-halabja-iraq-city He was using WMD's on his own people. He had them all right and evenutally he was not going to stop with his own people. Just ask the people of Kuwait.
AParvus Wrote: Mar 21, 2013 10:17 AM
Of all the bloodthirsty dictators in the world why did the warmongers decide we had to kick Sadam's behind?

Hint: The Project for a New "American" Kosher Century.

Ten years ago this week, the United States led an invasion of Iraq with the explicit purpose of overthrowing Saddam Hussein. The preceding months had been filled with vehement protests against the impending war, expressed in editorials, in advertisements, and in rallies so vast that some of them made it into the Guinness Book of World Records. With so many people against the invasion, who supported it?

Well, if you were like the great majority of Americans – you did. In February and March 2003, Newsweek's polls...