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the truth about the iraq war

Author:  jonos [ Sun Mar 28, 2004 8:18 pm ]
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have fun for all you nay-sayers off the effectivenes of the united states of america. oh ya, and this writer is also world renouned and very credible, and he writes in around 10 newspapers or even more. michael moore is wrong!!!

Author:  the_short1 [ Sun Mar 28, 2004 8:46 pm ]
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good stuff...
realy .... i think the war had to do a bit about the oil tho... and look waht just happened... a pipiline blew up.. due to poor maintainance... bummer...!!!

Author:  jonos [ Sun Mar 28, 2004 9:16 pm ]
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yeah, but the us hasn't taken any oil, only the un's oil for food or whatever its called. all my teachers said that the us would be taking all the oil, but they haven't taken any. no matter what michael moore says, hes not a journalist.

Author:  Paul [ Sun Mar 28, 2004 10:35 pm ]
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Bush's Iraq policy explained
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Author:  the_short1 [ Sun Mar 28, 2004 10:39 pm ]
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hhhahahah thats nice...

Author:  Maverick [ Sun Mar 28, 2004 10:47 pm ]
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Who cares if hes a journalized or world renowned, still just another one of Bushs bitches

Author:  jonos [ Mon Mar 29, 2004 7:55 am ]
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yeah, he may be a bush bitch like you say but that doesn't make him wrong. and hes not being paid by the government in a cospiracy to increase bush's popularity no matter what you think, so....

Author:  jonos [ Mon Mar 29, 2004 10:49 pm ]
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well here is some more cool stuff:

Before we get on to the breezy assertions and specious arguments, here are ten facts about Iraq today: 1) Saddam Hussein is in jail, his sons are in 'paradise', and of the 52 faces on the Pentagon's deck of cards all but nine are now in one or the other of those locations.

2) The coalition casualties in February were the lowest since the war began.

3) Attacks on the Iraqi oil pipelines have fallen by 75 per cent since last autumn, and crude oil production in British-controlled southern Iraq is at 127 per cent of the target set immediately after the war.

4) The prewar potable water supply "” 12.9 million litres "” has been doubled.

5) The historic marshlands of southern Iraq, environmentally devastated by Saddam, are being restored, and tens of thousands of marsh Arabs have returned to their ancient homeland.

6) Public healthcare funding in Iraq is more than 25 times higher than it was a year ago and child immunisation rates have improved by 25 per cent.

7) Iraq's only international port has been modernised and desilted so that it is now able to take large ships without waiting for the tide, and daily commercial aircraft departures are 100 times higher than prewar.

8) School attendance in Iraq is 10 per cent higher than a year ago.

9) Despite Saddam emptying his prisons of cutpurses and other ne'er-do-wells just before the war, coalition authorities report that crime in Basra has fallen by 70 per cent.

10) The interim Iraqi constitution is the most liberal in the Arab world.

Author:  Dan [ Tue Mar 30, 2004 12:36 pm ]
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pfff, the general meaid is so full of it, i whould belive michael moore over bush any day no matter what that says.

Author:  jonos [ Tue Mar 30, 2004 8:11 pm ]
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yeah, but this is not bush saying this, this is mark steyn.

Author:  Martin [ Wed Mar 31, 2004 10:48 pm ]
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What people don't realize is that Bush is just a figurehead. He's not the person in power, dispite what it seems.

Author:  Dan [ Thu Apr 01, 2004 1:35 pm ]
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true that, but since he is the figger head i call the power that be there "bush".