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Neighborhood bully is really chickenliver in a big bird costume

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Submitted by Jack Ajzenberg (Canada), Aug 21, 2002 at 09:23

I am again pleased to read that you have the courage to match your convictions.Taking a clear position given its presumable unpopularity is nonetheless in the best interests of cleaning house in the international brothel of terror & its bulwark states.

Like all bullies, Saddam asks himself two paramount questions before undertaking his nefarious action...Can I get away with it?and Will I live another day to wreak further havoc? This is and always has been his modus operandi. Following this course, if the murderous, rabid animal dressed up as a human being sporting outsized fedoras, firing antique carbines while kissing babies realizes that a Unilateralist U.S. military initiative will thwart his evil designs, he may very well settle on murdering Jews with WMD. He believes that he can get away with decimating Jews in large numbers because the world has repeatedly told him he can. He knows there would be a resultant hue & cry which would inevitably be muted by the Western Press exposition & rallying cry of root causes & by the Internationally sanctionned & time honoured tradtional bloodsport of Jew-murder.If,god forbid Saadam launched or planted a WMD in Israel and god forbid Jewish lives were sacrificed again, then Europe would of course be outraged,would twist in the angst of the absurdity of it all & of corse continue to buy Iraqui oil,sell arms to Iraqui murderers, & provide technological,industrial & infrastructure expertise & resources to the reincarnation of Joe Stalin & his fascist overlords.The so called liberal Western press is in full frontal assault mode,aiming its misguided missives at the Bush policy on Iraq.True to form the only editorial courage these bastions of forward thinking can muster is not to have the courage of any convictions that may actually involve sacrifice & having to endure a level of discomfort at Georgetown parties where finger food served is the best in town or East side Manhattan soirees where the martinis are so very dry & the witticisms regarding George Ws intellect are camouflage for intellectual bankruptcy & editorial dissolution. If the real Bushes have their way with regard to Sadaam, well then Mr Hussein..you are chicken teriyaki.
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America's burden [223 words]CarolineMay 14, 2003 17:009068
100% For the War [116 words]Ryan RusseApr 9, 2003 23:348230
Time to wake up and build [77 words]SolomonApr 4, 2003 08:498029
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Nature of Humans [1771 words]Scott ChanMar 14, 2003 11:157237
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war [18 words]matthewFeb 19, 2003 17:086782
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War on Saddam [13 words]AlexAug 23, 2002 17:112080
..wouldn't want to make them mad? [234 words]Dr.zEnAug 23, 2002 15:082079
You're exactly right. [28 words]Carey E. Stronach, Ph.D.Aug 22, 2002 19:592069
American Dream [181 words]KatrineAug 22, 2002 19:372067
If there's a cannon pointed at your house........ [6 words]JJAug 22, 2002 17:452065
Just a minute! [137 words]Mohammed ShaukatAug 22, 2002 11:522061
Maybe it's time to deal with the Mid-East [139 words]Richard RawlinsAug 22, 2002 09:342059
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A Moral Obligation [171 words]Richard SteffkeAug 22, 2002 06:062056
History repeating itself? [170 words]Barbara ShoenerAug 21, 2002 20:052051
Europe has always created problems [304 words]Seth KriegAug 21, 2002 13:572043
It's always about oil... [83 words]Mike SullivanAug 21, 2002 13:272041
Include the threat to Israel [280 words]D. ConnellAug 21, 2002 10:032037
Neighborhood bully is really chickenliver in a big bird costume [358 words]Jack AjzenbergAug 21, 2002 09:232036
1Build a coalition first [225 words]John PhilipsAug 21, 2002 07:042035
Beware of counterattack [99 words]Andre SiroliAug 21, 2002 01:102029
Islamic "Friends" and European "Allies" [153 words]Gene BiegelAug 20, 2002 21:492026
If Saddam is so bad, how bad is... [151 words]R. SrinivasAug 20, 2002 19:152023
Saddam and WMD [212 words]Joseph RosloffAug 20, 2002 18:492022
Europeans don't seem to get it [25 words]Bob AbramsAug 20, 2002 16:452019
US may win another Gulf War; but, will lose peace, again. [122 words]Bill BryanAug 20, 2002 14:112018
And then? [73 words]Philip SnyderAug 20, 2002 13:532016
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Further Paradox [99 words]John LeabeaterAug 20, 2002 13:052014
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Enough already !! [112 words]Glenn KlotzAug 20, 2002 11:542007
Poking a stick in the hornets' nest [202 words]Tom CoxAug 20, 2002 11:102005

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