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Libyan- Why do you bother?

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Submitted by Sword of Islam (United Kingdom), Mar 4, 2006 at 17:24

Given that you have publicly been proven wrong on every issue that you have commented on, I am bemused as to why you bother. It was blatantly obvious to everybody else in the world before the conflict began that the Shi'as would form the majority of any government that would eventually be formed. You are probably the only person in the world appears to regard this as a surprising development.

The US cannot leave until there is some stability, ie until such time as terrorists stop killing innocent Iraqi's. Presumably you are against allowing Sunni and Kurd to participate in elections? If this is the case then you obviously don't know the difference between the words 'democracy' and 'dictatorship'.

Offer ONE bit of evidence to back up your conspiracy theories...
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