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12/29/06 11:04 PM
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http://icasualties.org/oif/ 2995 dead and 10107 seriously wounded Americans in Iraq since March 2003..
12/29/06 11:06 PM
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"Worth the price for Saddams death?" honestly? no. There are plenty of ruthless dictators like that in the world. Saddam was no threat to us. Dubya just had a personal score to settle and used this country's resources to do it.
12/29/06 11:09 PM
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Fraty boys pic fights. Frat boys that become president pic fights with armies.
12/29/06 11:13 PM
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Worth the price for Saddams death? That's a non-sequitur. Our soldiers didn't sacrifice their lives just so Saddam can be executed for his crimes. What a disgusting, ignorant, shameless thing to suggest. It's right up steyr_223's alley. I can't wait to see the typical OGers actually take such a vile question seriously in this thread
12/29/06 11:15 PM
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"Our soldiers didn't sacrifice their lives just so Saddam can be executed for his crimes." Ok, I'll bite, what are they dying for then?
12/29/06 11:18 PM
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12/29/06 11:19 PM
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"Democracy" mocracy, imo
12/29/06 11:20 PM
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Ok, I'll bite, what are they dying for then? LOL, are you serious? You really don't know. You really think our soldier's died just so that Saddam could be executed. Can't say I'm suprised by your ignorance and childish means of criticizing the sacrifice of our troops and what they died trying to accomplish.
12/29/06 11:21 PM
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Where's Osama? He is the real enemy of the American people. Saddam was evil, but not more then little Kim of N.Korea and Borat of Iran.. Osama has the blood of almost 3000 Americans on his hands. We should be invading the "tribal" lands of Pakistan and capture Bin Laden..I rather see this ass hung..
12/29/06 11:24 PM
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"LOL, are you serious? You really don't know. You really think our soldier's died just so that Saddam could be executed." well, that and to create a rallying point for terrorists and to turn iraq into the biggest terrorist recruiting ground the world has ever seen. Got anything else to add to the list Jack?
12/29/06 11:27 PM
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jack carter, why not just answer the legitimite question?
12/29/06 11:27 PM
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Where's Osama? He's living it big in Afghanistan living in a large, organized high tech facility (ignored by Bush and the military, obviously) surrounded by hundreds of millions of assets planning the next attack on US soil that will be 10x greater than 9/11. From his Afghani base (that Bush is obviously ignoring), he's training millions of jihadists and is in direct control of al qaeda and various terrorist groups across the globe. This is what we get when Bush ignores Osama.
12/29/06 11:28 PM
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well, that and to create a rallying point for terrorists and to turn iraq into the biggest terrorist recruiting ground the world has ever seen. Iraqi terrorists, right? jack carter, why not just answer the legitimite question? Direct me to the thread where such a "legitimite" question was asked.
12/29/06 11:29 PM
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JC please tell us what the troops are dying for in Iraq, instead of hurling insults around, because when you do that it looks like you don't have an answer.
12/29/06 11:30 PM
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"Iraqi terrorists, right?" they are now.
12/29/06 11:31 PM
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Jack Carter
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Are they mostly Iraqi terrorists?
12/29/06 11:35 PM
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I have what I think is a legit question, Jack. Can you tell us what our troops are dying for in Iraq?
12/29/06 11:39 PM
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Jellyman, the value of our troop's sacrifice IS NOT measured by the execution of Saddam Hussein. I honestly think only an idiot could entertain such a question in his head.
12/29/06 11:44 PM
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"Jellyman, the value of our troop's sacrifice IS NOT measured by the execution of Saddam Hussein." Never said it was. So now, tell us what you think the Us troops are in Iraq for.
12/29/06 11:47 PM
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I have what I think is a legit question, Jack. Can you tell us what our troops are dying for in Iraq? A very letitimate question! I do not speak for the troops, but according to common knowledge which comes from the troops as well, our troops are dying to secure Iraq, train Iraqi forces to take control of their country, give Iraq a democratically free election and a unifying government and to try and build a nation up to act as a becon of democracy for the middle east. And more. Do I think our soldiers should be put in that situation? No. Like I said before, I'd rather see every Iraqi dead before a single US troop. I'm just not going to let the various haters here tarnish the sacrifice of our brave troops.
12/29/06 11:51 PM
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A little different than what W originally pitched, but democracy then.
12/29/06 11:54 PM
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Never said it was. I never said or impled you did. All I'm going to tell YOU is that the value of our troop's sacrifice is not measured by the execution of Saddam as suggested. Me telling you what they are dying for is different than what this topic is about: The VALUE of their sacrifice. So now, tell us what you think the Us troops are in Iraq for. I answered it above. Not per your request, but for the request of someone who is more serious about getting an answer than wanting to lecture with a smart mouth.
12/29/06 11:57 PM
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A little different than what W originally pitched So what's your point besides being an ineffectual smart-ass?
12/30/06 4:40 PM
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TTT for Iraqi freedom!
12/30/06 8:10 PM
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"So what's your point besides being an ineffectual smart-ass?" not sure what his point is but from my point of view it would appear that we were lied to as to the reason for going to war and that now we're having to invent new reasons to justify and rationalize our being there.

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