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September 11th Column On Pros & Cons of Invading Iraq

Reader comment on item: What If the United States Had Not Invaded Iraq

Submitted by Ken Huehn (United States), Sep 11, 2005 at 21:33

Thank you for summarizing so well the pros and cons of invading Iraq.

To me, the positive reducing so very much the danger of terrorists getting WMD to use against us far outweighs all the negatives put together.

I have learned a lot reading your commentary and appreciate all the good work you are doing. My only concern is that I have never disagreed with a word you have said. ...
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