I agree with you -- no conditions or negotiations. I personally want him taken out and not free to encourage further activity of terrorists. Cannot believe anyone would want him in exile to cause more trouble.
posted on 01/17/2003 3:37:30 PM PST
"Roy! Take an editorial.
"If were ever to have law and order in the middle east, the first thing we've got to do is take out all the Arab dictators, and shoot'em down like dogs!"
posted on 01/17/2003 3:52:09 PM PST
This is too ridiculous. Who succeeds him in power? What is done with his other henchmen that help control Iraq? What is done with the WMD's that he is accused of having? This is not a Presidential election. If he left, there would be hundreds of his inner circle left. The political base and structure would be intact.
Regime change should be more than the elimination of one person. There doesn't seem to be much thought given to any problems associated with the end of Sadaam Hussein. Has the world stopped thinking? I think we are in danger of going insane on a worldly scale. Individuals think and use their intelligence to solve their problems, but governments seem to be incapable of solving anything.
posted on 01/17/2003 4:04:54 PM PST
Cannot believe anyone would want him in exile to cause more trouble.
He will just rear his ugly head somewhere else.
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