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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Ugh... (Score:3, Interesting)

    The article was too lengthy... I surrender! ;)

    In all seriousness, I'm just glad I don't live in Iraq, have to be deployed in Iraq (much less be in the military) or really worry about it. Same goes for Afghanistan. I just don't have the stomach for war, strife and conflict.

    At the same time, I respect those whose job it is to deal with the situation.

    Anyway, still too early to expound with more meat.

    Peace,

    Jason
  • Let's look at the three claims:

    The first was that the threat posed by Saddam was not imminent, and that's borne out by all available evidence

    That's a nice straw man. The Bush administration never called the threat imminent. The fact is, the Bush adminsitration said over and again that we don't know all of what Iraq had, but because Iraq was failing to comply with Resolution 1441, we were not going to wait around any longer to find out.

    Yes, there is more to the story than that, but if this article can