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Submitted by Josh Katzen (United States), Oct 10, 2002 at 14:27

I've found in debating leftists re: US attack on Iraq that turning the tables works: "The US has only 5% of the world's population but uses 40% of the world's natural resources (check the numbers?). We have an obligation to pay the world back for all the natural resurces we're using. One way we can do this is by going to war against repressive dictatorships in order to free oppressed people so they can aspire to the same freedoms that we have. It's our moral obligaton as a consumer nation."
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