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To: Austin Willard Wright
One of the quoted articles claims that the German "Werewolves" " . . . took the lives of many Allied and Soviet soldiers and officers." Unless this claim is false, I don't see why you discount the comparison with Iraq.
7 posted on 07/28/2003 8:42:24 AM PDT by Steve_Seattle
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To: Steve_Seattle
"Many" may have died before the end of the war, but then that does not address the point. How many "many" died after the German surrender? I would think that the folks who love to make the comparison would at least be mildly interested in answering this question
8 posted on 07/28/2003 8:44:41 AM PDT by Austin Willard Wright
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To: Steve_Seattle; Austin Willard Wright
One of the quoted articles claims that the German "Werewolves" " . . . took the lives of many Allied and Soviet soldiers and officers." Unless this claim is false, I don't see why you discount the comparison with Iraq.

Why? Because he's been against the war since the subject came up, and there will never be enough mass graves or defunct terror training camps and torture chambers to convince him to pull his head out and realize we did a good thing. For some people, hunting down terrorist scum is still not a legitimate national security aim.

16 posted on 07/29/2003 10:20:11 PM PDT by Mr. Silverback (Follow Bob Hope's example--Love the troops and keep people laughing.)
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