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GUEST,Frankham BS: 'a totally needless war' (143* d) RE: BS: 'a totally needless war' 13 Nov 03


Did anyone think that Saddam and Osama is useful to Bush?
The unseen enemy can be an aid to suspend civil liberties
in the US and to make Bush more powerful as a John Wayne
Commander of the Armed Services. It may be that Saddam and Osama are more useful to Bush alive. It gives Ashcroft more muscle as well.

I suspect that Saudi Arabia knows where both are.

What we're seeing now is a kind of mafia-style takeover of the
US government. it's about business and the control that the
big corporations have over the citizens of the country. The big ones finance the Bushes and even buy out the weak-minded Democrats.
Jeb cleverly rigged the Florida elections. This Bush mafia is smart and there may be no "hits" in the US but there were for inoocent
women and children in Iraq. Talk about weapons of mass destruction, the use of depleted uranium is now taking it's toll in the cancer
of the Iraqi people. It's another dirty secret like Agent Orange.

Because of the pre-emptive strike there is no moral US authority for worldwide negotiations in North Korea or other hotspots in the world.
Who is the largest possessor of WMDs in the world today? Which administration would be apt to use them in a pre-emptive strike?
Where does the evidence point?

Frank Hamilton


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