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To: veronica
Well, invading and occupying Iraq does more for Israel’s security than it does ours. In fact, one could make the argument that we’re acting as Israel’s proxy.

PJB has a spot on column about the “anti-Semite” card being played against those who oppose war with Iraq.

http://www.amconmag.com/03_24_03/cover.html
11 posted on 03/12/2003 11:19:07 AM PST by jaime1959
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To: jaime1959
He said the same sort of thing during the gulf war. Remember the "Amen Corner"?
14 posted on 03/12/2003 11:41:50 AM PST by Nachum
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To: jaime1959
Well, invading and occupying Iraq does more for Israel’s security than it does ours. In fact, one could make the argument that we’re acting as Israel’s proxy.


I SUPPOSE YOU COULD SAT THAT, IF YOU KEEP YOUR BLINDERS ON, AND IF YOU WANT TO IGNORE, FOR EXAMPLE, THE EVIDENCE OF IRAQ'S COMPLICITY IN THE OKLAHOMA CITY BOMBINGS IN '95 (PROFERRED BY JAYNA DAVIS OF THE OKLAHOMA CITY STAR TRIBUNE).

You can also, if you choose to, ignore the incident when one of the 9/11 hijackers came to an emergency room in Florida a few weeks before then complaining of an unusual skin rash, which the doctor months later (after the anthrax letters) recognized to be skin anthrax; and if you want to ignore Mohammed Atta's meetings with an Iraqi intelligence official in Prague (still maintained to be true by the Czechs, no matter what what the NY Times says), you certainly may, as Mr. Buchanan undoubtedly does.


I won't even get into the work of Laurie Mylroie tying Saddam to the first WTC attack in '93.

IMO, Saddam has already attacked us.
17 posted on 03/12/2003 12:50:22 PM PST by eddiespaghetti
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