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  • You see UN inspectors aren't allowed to inspect any USA or UK military complexes, so Iraq is bound to quibble.

    Then we know that the USA, Russia, France, UK, Pakistan, China and India all have Nuclear and/or chemical weapons. But iraq and other countries are of course not allowed nuclear weapons because they are 'bad guys'.

    This has nothing to do with iraq ever attacking the west - it has no interest in doing so, it has interests attacking Isreal because it is an aggresive neighbour funded and armed by a

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    @JAPH = qw(Hacker Perl Another Just);
    print reverse @JAPH;
    • Saddam was voted in just as democratically as Bush (i.e. not a fair or valid election)

      They have an Electrical College in Iraq? What?

      (Seriously, I found your swipe to be unnecessarily wrong, but preferred replying to moderating.)

      • electorial college's aren't important to democracy - one man one vote and the party with the most votes being elected is democracy.

        Unlike zimbabwe's elections, iraqs were reasonably fair, and unlike the US elections the party with the most votes got it.

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        @JAPH = qw(Hacker Perl Another Just);
        print reverse @JAPH;
        • electorial college's aren't important to democracy - one man one vote and the party with the most votes being elected is democracy.

          That is one form of democracy. That is never how America's election for President has worked, and yet it's always been called democracy.

          Unlike zimbabwe's elections, iraqs were reasonably fair, and unlike the US elections the party with the most votes got it.

          That is incorrect. The candidate with the most votes for President -- George Bush -- won. Individuals do not vote