|re: Answering Jim's questions|
||Spyke 11:17 am MST 01/29/07|
|In reply to:||Answering Jim's questions - Smeghead 10:21 am MST 01/29/07|
|"Bush" is not one person and that is why Jim's solution would not work (too bad). "Bush" is a group of people. Some we know and some are so far behind the scenes we will never know their names. It is gonna take an election to get rid of all these people. Also don't make the mistake of thinking that the "Bush" people actually want success in Iraq. Lots of people are making huge amounts of $$$ off this war and guess what? Most of them are connected to the "Bush" people. The fact that a few thousand Americans from mostly poor famlies have to dies is no big deal to them. I hate to speak for him but I think that is where alot of Jim's anger comes from and lots of us agree with it. |
Most of us Libertarians are pretty hard core people. I think it is kind of hard to be "mostly" Libertarian, because once you start making exceptions and creating more government, things tend to snowball and we are right back to the Republicans and Democrats.
> Since Jim asked I'll answer even though I know almost no
> one on here agrees with me politically...
> No I don't think Bush should be Assassinated or tried for
> war crimes. He has committed no war crime and I don't
> believe in assassinating a president who has not commited
> any type of usurption. Sadam violated the peace treaty he
> signed during the first gulf war 17 times. America and
> Brittain under that violation had every legal (and in my
> opinion moral) right to remove him for that alone... not
> to mention numerous other reasons...
> I do believe that the war has been prosecuted poorly, but
> not for the reasons most think. I think Bush has been to
> Politically correct and refused to do what is necessary to
> win. You don't refuse to fire on a Mosque that you know
> is housing the enemy (you know this because they are
> firing on you) just because you would get bad press and
> you want to appear nice. They need to go in with as much
> force as necessary and quickly remove every problem person
> or group as they did in WWII. If they aren't going to do
> everything necessary to win and win forcefull and quickly
> then they are dooming the operation to failure.
> I, like Jim, and mostly a Libertarian (though not
> registered). You don't have to register in Ohio to vote
> in a party's primary so why limit yourself.
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