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    • Robert
    • 20.12.05 | 00:41 (IST)

    Are you suggesting that Saddam Should still be in power? That tyrrany was what the Iraqi people deserved......forever? How about this for a wrong....the UN failed miserably and continues to fail miserably when it comes to dealing with tyrants. Sure, Bush stepped in on some bad intelligence but, why in the hell are over 80 countried in this world run by jack-ass dictators...with the apparent ok from the UN. I call Iraq a good start. Maybe the UN can take over with the rest of the thugs from here on out.

    from the article: Two wrongs don't make a right
    First published 00:00 18.12.05 | Last updated 00:00 18.12.05
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