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The bad outweighs the good?
Without going into the whole list again, what bad outweighs freedom from Saddam, the end of institutionalized torture and rape, the end of persecution of minorities (i. e., gassing of the Kurds), the end of official persecution of the majority by a minority regime, first free elections in a generation, influence for democracy on other nations (i. e., Lebanon), impact for peace on other nations (i. e., Libya), cleanup of the envrionment, state support of terrorism, new or rebuilt schools, new or rebuilt hospitals, rebuilding of the port, rebuilding of the railroads and highways . . . ?

posted by WriterofLight on March 29, 2005 at 7:57 PM | link to this | reply

WriterofLight you are gullible

Yes it is a nice story but what would you expect when you interview "senior enlisted members of U.S. Central Command, Multinational Force Iraq and Combined Forces Command Afghanistan, with 97 years of military service among them"

If you think they are going to say anything bad, you have never been in the military.

And who did the reporting? American Forces Press Service.

And who are they? The military. These reports go through the DoD.

You want some answers, talk to the guys on the ground doing the fighting?

And not the first wave that went in. Talk to the second and third groups who can tell you what a cluster f—k it is.

Yes there has been many good things accomplished but the bad still outweighs the good.

posted by scoop on March 28, 2005 at 8:15 PM | link to this | reply

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