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Re: Re: A sad time I'd like to share!

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Posted by DeadCarp on September 22, 2002 at 08:25:54 from (

In Reply to: Re: A sad time I'd like to share! posted by Mudcat49 on September 22, 2002 at 07:54:46:

I hear that! From now on if 2 leaders decide they don't like each other, put them in a dam ring & sell tickets! You pompous egomaniacs wanna fight? Fight! We wouldn't let our kids goad us into taking sides, why let the bigshots?

Who's going to suffer if Bush sacrifices our youngsters to Iraq to fix his dad's screwup? Somebody not named Bush, that's who. and don't kid yourself, soldiers aren't anxious to die anymore than their mothers are to live with the memories. And in 20 years, the IMF might have an office in Beirut. The dead (our young folks and Iraq's young folks, whose parents will have good reason to hate our descendents then. the last ones who should die for oil and greed) will still be dead.

If pulling a trigger or lopping off heads still seems like the only answer to you, visit an Iraqi chatroom and get acquainted with their teenagers ...... :) I say there's always another answer.

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