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GUEST,Claymore BS: Iraqnophobia - Sadman captured? (147* d) RE: BS: Iraqnophobia - Sadman captured? 14 Dec 03

I have zero problem with a twitching Saddam or Osama, especially since I keep a copy of the Sept 15th copy of Time/Life special, which had the photos of the innocent Americans jumping from the World Trade Towers, including a man and woman holding hands (lovers, married, or just friends giving each-other courage for the last few moments of life).

I think it is reasonable to believe the following things will happen:

Saddam will be interrogated, tried, convicted, and executed (by an Iraqi court).

So will Ossama (in Afganistan or perhaps Saudi Arabia, if he is not killed outright - I do believe he will fight).

Bush and Blair will claim credit for ridding the world of two very evil men, as they should.

The UN has realized it's impotence and will engage Bush and Blair (and the Coalition) in a dialog to join in the recovery effort.

Those nations who respect the primacy of the Coalition of the Willing will have a role in Iraq's recovery.

Iraq will recover and have a representative form of secular government, though not necessarily completely democratic, but friendly to the West.

North Korea has been turned into a bunch of monkeys with notes in their mouths by the Red Chinese who are facing a food shortage, and are so intertwined with American trade that they will brook no interferance with major grain deals with the US, righting our balance of trade, and crushing North Koreas pretentions as a nuclear power.

Those who daydream of a forced return to Fortress American do not understand the preemptive nature of our current defense structure, the interconnectiveness of world trade, and our unmatched ability to go anywhere in this world to eventually put a red laser dot on a bad guy's forehead...   

Bush and Blair will be reelected, with clear mandates to govern.

About 2006, as the Baby Boomers begin to retire, those Americans who have properly educated themselves to lead the job market, will have more jobs than they can fill, raising the overall wages of even the poorly prepared. This will raise the chances of yet another set of Republican leaders, as yet to be determined.

Many people in the MudCat will be very upset.

I will not...

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