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Old 03-21-2004, 07:10 PM   #46
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Thanks Sting for setting the record straight.

Oh...here we go...it was about the oil.....heard that before. I have yet to see anyone in this forum post a single piece of credible evidence to back statements like that up.

But I suppose that could be another thread.

Well, it sure as hell wasn't about WMDs.

There doesn't seem to be a single piece of credible evidence to back up statements about the WMDs either.
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Well, it sure as hell wasn't about WMDs.

There doesn't seem to be a single piece of credible evidence to back up statements about the WMDs either.
On that we may agree
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I am often hearing it said



that it is about "vital interest" we have in the area?



WTF is that?
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They might like to. But the Nader campaign tried to raise $30,000 for ballot access campaigns in North Carolina and Oklahoma,




I admit it may sound silly, yes me silly.

but if groups pop up with petition drives with names like "Americans for a True Choice" in battle ground states only.


Battleground states are what matter and could swing the election.


Fla, NH, Ohio come to mind.



It will be interesting to watch.
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I admit it may sound silly, yes me silly.

but if groups pop up with petition drives with names like "Americans for a True Choice" in battle ground states only.


Battleground states are what matter and could swing the election.


Fla, NH, Ohio come to mind.



It will be interesting to watch.
Yeah. In 2000 Nader was on the ballot with the Green Party in 43 states, I think it was. They didn't have to petition at all in 24. They had the Green Party apparatus to put them on the ballot in the other states. The thing that makes the "Nader cost Gore the election" argument stick in my throat, so to speak, is Gore losing his own damn home state. It could be argued that that cost him the election, because he would have won the election if he'd carried Tennessee. OK, New Hampshire and Florida were both close. But it's splitting hairs. Unfortunately the election split the electorate, and there's still fallout from that going on. This scares me more than anything else. I honestly fear a divided country, and I think this is just really bad news, no matter who's president. I believe in democracy as much as anyone, but we mustn't let politics divide us as a people. I'm afraid that with this highly partisan, highly charged election campaign, on both sides, we could be in for more trouble. I wish they'd listen to John McCain and get pragmatic and knock off of the partisan shenanigans. Not a chance.
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Well, it sure as hell wasn't about WMDs.

There doesn't seem to be a single piece of credible evidence to back up statements about the WMDs either.
Saddam failed to verifiably disarm of all WMD according to the United Nations inspectors. While specific WMD has yet to be found, that does not mean it does not exist. Saddam has yet to account for a signficant stockpile of WMD according to UN inspectors. Many theorize that Saddam destroyed all these stockpiles without showing or telling UN inspectors, but there is no evidence to prove that either.

While Dr. Kay was unable to find actual WMD, he did find over 300 items related to the production and maintenance of WMD that were banned and in violation of resolution 1441.
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