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I avoided comparing them to rocks, I'm tired of insulting them... [rocks that is]

First up to bat.....[shit insane]

Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX) insisted that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction

~ snip

“There were rumors about them moving over into Syria and other countries but they never were able to verify where they went but we knew he had them,” the congressman charged, referring to false claims that Iraq moved its weapons to Syria. “There was talk about nuclear arms, but we knew he had those and now we know Syria has them.”


Yes we should always decide to bomb before any evidence is found or a report written.

We can always say...

But, but they were there...honestly


We always seem to want to leap before any proof has been documented.

Even if we have proof of a crime we are very selective whom we punish [a special hi to the Bush cabal].

The US and France [France for very evident economic reasons] are pretty much on their own in this.

The UN passing anything- not a chance.

NATO- Ditto

Britain- No

Arab league- Not a chance

Even if you want to bomb something surely waiting for the Inspectors report is advisable.

With the Middle-East in near total [internal] meltdown should the US in a unilateral action intervene yet again and get involved in the Shia-Sunni power block struggle?

However over and above this we have elected officials like Louie spouting Bush era bullshit.

Next up to bat.... [shit insane]

Oh and of course we have Sweet William The Bloody chirping up

Assad—despite all this and much else besides, it would be disastrous for an American president to back off from the just and necessary use of military force when he has threatened it and prepared for it.
Never wait, just jump right on into the puddle of blood.

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