Identify the Enemy

This post was written by marc on September 7, 2003
Posted Under: Bush,Letters to the Editor,Politics

Letter to the Editor

It’s amazing what the public will believe. Bush wants 87 billion dollars more to fight “terrorism” in Iraq but Bin Laden remains free in Pakistan and no one is going after Saudi Araiba who funded the 9-11 terrorists. Bush is ignoring the real enemies who were behind the WTC plane crashes and going after a false enemy who had nothing to do with it. Still having found no weapons of mass destruction it raises the question – what the hell are we doing in Iraq anyhow? Before we continue the attack – maybe we should try to identify who the enemy is.

Reference: Times of India

Reader Comments

I thought I heard that a chunk of the 87 billion was to ‘rebuild’ Iraq – basically a ‘we broke it, now we have to fix it’ – and the rest is for providing ‘security guard’ services.

I believe, in retrospect, the war in Iraq had more to do with cleaning up unfinished business and putting people on notice that if anyone pulls another stunt like 9/11 again, WATCH OUT!

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Written By peter on September 8th, 2003 @ 11:27 am

Hey Peter, just in case i missed it and you weren’t being sarcastic..what does Iraq have to do with 9/11? Also, if it is about cleaning up unfinished business, I agree with you to the extent that in the first gulf ‘war’ u.s. totally f*cked up the infrastructure, water, etc.. leaving millions to die, yeah, maybe we should have to pay for that! by the way, did you bother to read the post before you responded?

#2 
Written By junknira on September 28th, 2003 @ 4:59 pm

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