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Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?
in response to reader comment: Saddam had WMDs

Submitted by JustMe (United States), Mar 9, 2006 at 15:39

You have made my point for me, which is you cannot trust your leaders. One day, they're working with you for a just cause, then suddenly they turn into a whacko who's become drunk with his own power. I think the U.S. has learned a lot from Saddam and Bin Laden. We're trying not to look racist in this country, but right now we have just squashed a deal with the UAE. There was a public outcry when we found out they would be running some of the logistics in a few of our ports. 70% of American people said 'hell no'. It's a new era. Soon we'll cut our dealings with you guys to as minimal as possible.

As far as secret plots, fake stories, and your saying we supported Saddam in gassing innocent people, I don't think I'll believe your fake story because you're probably as credible as your bloodline dictates, plus every time you post your negative propaganda about the U.S. it turns out to be a version that would come either from Al Jazeera or a video from Al Zawahiri or Bin Laden. No wonder all the fairy tales from your land are about thieves and murderers.

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