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    Re: Smith on Iraqi Christians: 'Life appears to be worse now' then under Saddam.

    Quote Originally Posted by Summerwind View Post
    I am and have always been anti-bully. If that makes me anti-American, it's a reflection of USofA. I have no problem with my position
    No, it does not make you anti-American. It's where people go when your hitting a raw spot. People don't like evil pointed out amongst their own. It's far easier to label that person UN-American/anti-American and tell them if they don't like it, why don't they just leave. Your in good shape Summerwind!
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    Re: Smith on Iraqi Christians: 'Life appears to be worse now' then under Saddam.

    Was the point of the Iraq invasion to promote Christianity?
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    Re: Smith on Iraqi Christians: 'Life appears to be worse now' then under Saddam.

    The Iraqi adventure was for the purpose of ridding the country of phantom WMD, primarily as stated and humanitarian as a secondary goal. Both quite obviously a joke now to everyone. Well, almost apparently.
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    Re: Smith on Iraqi Christians: 'Life appears to be worse now' then under Saddam.

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    The Iraqi adventure was for the purpose of ridding the country of phantom WMD, primarily as stated and humanitarian as a secondary goal. Both quite obviously a joke now to everyone. Well, almost apparently.
    So what do Christians and their plight have to do with anything?
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    Re: Smith on Iraqi Christians: 'Life appears to be worse now' then under Saddam.

    Absolutely nothing, a few just gathered together here to celebrate the successes of the Iraqi mission.
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    Re: Smith on Iraqi Christians: 'Life appears to be worse now' then under Saddam.

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    Absolutely nothing
    oh okay. lol
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    Re: Smith on Iraqi Christians: 'Life appears to be worse now' then under Saddam.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ikari View Post
    While true, I'd rather that we just act appropriately and diplomatically instead of engaging in gross interventionism to feed the power and wealth of the Republocrats and the Corporations they support.
    Unfortunately patronizing Americans stand in the way of that. So we'll see more of it. Do you think if Americans were willing to hold political leaders accountable, even within their own party that we'd be talking abut this, no.
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