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    Re: Former U.N. Nuclear Weapons Inspector: "GW Bush should face criminal investigati

    Quote Originally Posted by apdst View Post

    Isn't Elbaradie linked up with the Muslim Brotherhood?
    Thoroughly.

    Unfortunately, too many irrational people think the enemy of their enemy is their friend, and since they consider Bush the enemy...........
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    Re: Former U.N. Nuclear Weapons Inspector: "GW Bush should face criminal investigati

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    I wanted the title to read: Former U.N. Nuclear Weapons Inspector: "GW Bush should face international criminal investigation", but there wasn't enough space. Anway...

    Something smells like fish.
    did you scroll all the way down to a point after the last [QUOTE] ? I do that often, insert my response in the wrong place....
    sux getting old, don't it?
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    Re: Former U.N. Nuclear Weapons Inspector: "GW Bush should face criminal investigati

    Quote Originally Posted by dontworrybehappy View Post
    Being from New York, this statement makes me laugh.

    Muslim terrorists flew planes into buildings in YOUR STATE and yet the enemy is GWB and the right. That is very very

    Well you know what, the next time your state takes a plane up its ass pipe and you lose 3000 people, don't come asking me for help. Because after all, we are your ENEMY. Now I am fully content with my decision not to send any money to your state after 9-11. I wouldn't want you to be accused of being aided by the enemy.
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    Re: Former U.N. Nuclear Weapons Inspector: "GW Bush should face criminal investigati

    While I believe that an outside investigation, by a group with no interests in the case would be great.
    unfortunately try finding an outside group, with no interests.

    Also as a note someone mentioned the Muslim Brotherhood, they have a non-violent stance. So I don't find them all that much of a threat and believe members maybe trust-able.

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    Re: Former U.N. Nuclear Weapons Inspector: "GW Bush should face criminal investigati

    Quote Originally Posted by Objective Voice View Post
    I wanted the title to read: Former U.N. Nuclear Weapons Inspector: "GW Bush should face international criminal investigation", but there wasn't enough space. Anway...

    Found this article from YahooNews.com:

    ElBaradei suggests war crimes probe of Bush team

    From the article:
    Bush took action because he was responsible for the safety and security of 300 million people, even though the possibility of another attack was a hundred or even a million to one, and we'll really never know what would have happened had Bush taken a different path.

    Faced with the same situation and responsibility, Clinton, Gore and even Obama would have done the same thing.

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    Re: Former U.N. Nuclear Weapons Inspector: "GW Bush should face criminal investigati

    Quote Originally Posted by Muddy Creek View Post

    I think right after the prosecute Bush and his team, they do the same to Obama.
    I will agree there are a lot who should be on that block. I don't agree Obama is equal to Bush, the one who started all this and created such a lose lose situation.
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    Re: Former U.N. Nuclear Weapons Inspector: "GW Bush should face criminal investigati

    Quote Originally Posted by UtahBill View Post
    The USA will never be defeated by outside interests or foreign governments.
    If we fail, it will be an inside job.
    Agreed. No one, not al Qaeda or anyone else, could have done more damage to us than we did to ourselves by being reckless and foolish.

    AUSTAN GOOLSBEE: I think the world vests too much power, certainly in the president, probably in Washington in general for its influence on the economy, because most all of the economy has nothing to do with the government.

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    Re: Former U.N. Nuclear Weapons Inspector: "GW Bush should face criminal investigati

    Quote Originally Posted by ricksfolly View Post
    Bush took action because he was responsible for the safety and security of 300 million people, even though the possibility of another attack was a hundred or even a million to one, and we'll really never know what would have happened had Bush taken a different path.

    Faced with the same situation and responsibility, Clinton, Gore and even Obama would have done the same thing.

    ricksfolly
    We don't know what other presidents would've done and speculation is just terrible. Frankly none of terrorists that took part in 9-11 were from Iraq and Afghanistan. I personally that is reason enough for me. American intelligence of the time seems flawed, very flawed. Whether that is intentional or not still.

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    Re: Former U.N. Nuclear Weapons Inspector: "GW Bush should face criminal investigati

    Quote Originally Posted by donsutherland1 View Post
    There is no credible evidence that President Bush launched the war with full knowledge that Iraq did not possess WMD and did not pose any threat to U.S. interests or allies. IMO, the subsequently-released Intelligence assessments showed no credible imminent threat. Subsequent reviews also found major Intelligence flaws. President Bush made a value judgment. No matter how erroneous, a bad decision by itself is not a war crime. There has to be a deliberate choice to launch a war with clear knowledge of the evidence under which a reasonable person would clearly not initiate such a conflict given that evidence. That test is not met. Therefore, Dr. ElBaradei's opinion notwithstanding, I do not expect any international war crimes investigation. History will judge the decision as flawed. It won't judge it as constituting a war crime.
    I didn't support the war, because I think it was a reckless decision... People risked their lives and died for a BS war. Bush should have been more responsible with his "value judgments."

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    Re: Former U.N. Nuclear Weapons Inspector: "GW Bush should face criminal investigati

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    Also as a note someone mentioned the Muslim Brotherhood, they have a non-violent stance. So I don't find them all that much of a threat and believe members maybe trust-able.

    They may say SAY they stand for non violence, but the truth of the matter is that they spawned Hamas and Jamaat al-Islamiyya among others, and several international terrorists rose through their ranks.

    They are just playing a good cop/bad cop routine where they are trying to fool naive westerners into thinking they are the good cop while their terrorists branches do the dirty work of he bad cop.
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