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    Re: Is the world a better place without Saddam Hussein?

    Quote Originally Posted by Catawba View Post
    It isn't just me, its the majority of people in the world and was a big factor of why the GOP lost the Whitehouse. Those that refuse to learn from the past are doomed to repeat it.
    What do you mean it isn't just you? Don't you understand that by keeping the "hate" alive, you aren't helping anyone? Obviously, you are caught up in your hatred and you don't care at all about the people of Iraq. It's quite obvious that you are only continuing a cycle of hate, which is ONE of the biggest problems those third-world countries have.

    Their dictators keep them hating all outsiders so that they keep the attention from themselves, and you are adding fuel to that fire. Hatred and vengeance are the most destructive emotions. Nice job!

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    Re: Is the world a better place without Saddam Hussein?

    Quote Originally Posted by Boo Radley View Post
    I've linked evidence on that. Even Iraqis knew that was mostly over. While he was actually doing the killing, we sat and watched. That us why I say we added injury to injury.
    Oh really? Have you? Well please link to it again as I must have missed it. Thanks in advance.

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    Re: Is the world a better place without Saddam Hussein?

    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisL View Post
    What do you mean it isn't just you? Don't you understand that by keeping the "hate" alive, you aren't helping anyone? Obviously, you are caught up in your hatred and you don't care at all about the people of Iraq. It's quite obvious that you are only continuing a cycle of hate, which is ONE of the biggest problems those third-world countries have.

    Their dictators keep them hating all outsiders so that they keep the attention from themselves, and you are adding fuel to that fire. Hatred and vengeance are the most destructive emotions. Nice job!
    LOLS!

    Read your own posts on this thread?
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    Re: Is the world a better place without Saddam Hussein?

    Quote Originally Posted by marywollstonecraft View Post
    LOLS!

    Read your own posts on this thread?
    I don't have to read them. I typed them. You feign concern over the Iraqi people, but if you really cared about them one iota you would be encouraging them to not dwell on the past but to do things that will make their futures brighter and more promising.

    Hatred and feelings of vengeance which you are spreading are destructive and do not help anybody or anything.

    I'm sure that the dictators, oppressors and radical imams are probably spreading similar hatred to what you are doing here on the forum.

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    Re: Is the world a better place without Saddam Hussein?

    Quote Originally Posted by marywollstonecraft View Post
    truth is nonsense?
    Quote Originally Posted by marywollstonecraft View Post
    saying no to the question ..... Is the world a better place without Saddam Hussein? is not the same thing as saying he made the world a better place.
    Already responded to. I guess your arsenal is empty already. But that's par for the course for haterz.
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    Re: Is the world a better place without Saddam Hussein?

    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisL View Post
    I don't have to read them. I typed them. You feign concern over the Iraqi people, but if you really cared about them one iota you would be encouraging them to not dwell on the past but to do things that will make their futures brighter and more promising.

    Hatred and feelings of vengeance which you are spreading are destructive and do not help anybody or anything.

    I'm sure that the dictators, oppressors and radical imams are probably spreading similar hatred to what you are doing here on the forum.
    I wish you luck in convincing millions of people that it doesn't matter that they lost loved ones, their homes and have to live in fear today just because you want to believe your country did the right thing.
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    Re: Is the world a better place without Saddam Hussein?

    Quote Originally Posted by Harshaw View Post
    Already responded to. I guess your arsenal is empty already. But that's par for the course for haterz.

    you appear incapable of seeing the statement as anything but an either/or.

    This says more about your thinking style than anything else.
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    Re: Is the world a better place without Saddam Hussein?

    Quote Originally Posted by marywollstonecraft View Post
    you appear incapable of seeing the statement as anything but an either/or.

    This says more about your thinking style than anything else.
    No, what I see through is your spin on it, which is, of course, from your hardcore anti-Bush, anti-American hate which makes YOU incapable of acknowledging any result of anything they did which isn't awful.
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    Re: Is the world a better place without Saddam Hussein?

    Quote Originally Posted by Harshaw View Post
    No, what I see through is your spin on it, which is, of course, from your hardcore anti-Bush, anti-American hate which makes YOU incapable of acknowledging any result of anything they did which isn't awful.
    I think you are putting your own spin on what I say.

    The inability to acknowledge the impact the invasion had on the Iraqis, and the inability to accept that it is now well known that people died because politicians from anglo speaking countries lied is what blinds you to the fact that you have swallowed a whole lot of spin, hook line and sinker.
    Every political good carried to the extreme must be productive of evil.

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    Re: Is the world a better place without Saddam Hussein?

    Quote Originally Posted by marywollstonecraft View Post
    Ideology over human rights?
    Ideology for human (and eco) rights. Can you see my signature, below? If you can understand it, you'll see how it all fits together. As you probably don't understand that democracy is good for ecology, it will be difficult for you. Of course, if you believe that Saddam was not doing any harm to the people (or eco) of Iraq, then you are incapable of grasping the premise in context.

    I've done more for world development and the alleviation of developing world poverty than you've dreamed about, so spare me the demonization. Nothing makes me laugh like a keyboard activist telling others how immoral they are.
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