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My Personal Iraq

Created: Monday, July 4th, 2005
13:40:21 CDT
Last modified: Monday, July 4th, 2005
13:47:21 CDT

Let's pretend for a moment that Bush honestly believed that there were weapons of mass destruction in Iraq and that Saddam was raping people left and right and about to escalate war to a worldwide theater of carnage. He decides to step up as a man and do something about it, even though it may cost him an election. Even tho thousands of soldiers may die.

What if he was lied to? What if the situation wasn't nearly as bad as those who were alleged victims said it was?

If that is how it went down, I know how he feels. I mean, you see one thing, hear another, and in the end the "victim's" actions after they are released from tyranny is the clearest evidence of one's initial motives. Look at how Chalabi tried to get people murdered and swindled millions of dollars we had given him. In the end, I guess we just need to be thankful that the situation was never as horrible as the 'victim' said it was; and seek to make amends with those we hurt solely because of the lies of the other.

In the end, I've learned to never ever trust a person who says "I lie to every one but you". What a fool I apaprently was!!