irectly or indirectly threaten America and its interests. If Saddam were to disarm, I'd be happy. If Saddam and his sons were to leave the country, I'd be happy. If there was a way to avoid a war, I'd be really happy. [...]

I have one thought for those who argue for containment. Where the hell have you been for the past 12 years? When they blew up a large fuel truck outside the Khobar Towers, killing 19 people and wounding 500, where was your righteous anger? I know where I was, but where were you? It got a blip in the media and the rest of you went about your lives, chasing riches and enjoying blissfully ignorant lives. After all, they're just a bunch of fools and idiots in the military. They're supposed to die.

Posted by at March 18, 2003 10:38 PM
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Khobar Towers was in Saudia Arabia, right?

The Saudis blocked the FBI investigation of the attack when it got too close to the people in power there.

Why aren't we bombing Saudi Arabia?

MR

Posted by: Mike Roman at March 19, 2003 08:09 AM

Good question, Mike.

Posted by: Paul at March 19, 2003 08:27 AM

We're saving them for last? Like dessert.

Posted by: Andrea Harris at March 19, 2003 10:11 AM

Because the people who nominally run the country have nothing to do with terrorism. You need to adjust your mind-set, you will not beat terrorists by bombing this country or that country.

Posted by: Fred at March 19, 2003 10:11 AM

Oh yes they do. They support directly and indirectly the wahabi school system which preaches hate for the US and the infidel West. Not in addition to Math and the three R's; instead of.

Posted by: [505] SPC K at March 20, 2003 06:31 PM
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