Thursday, February 10, 2005

Bombing Iraq: It's Fun and SAFE

So North Korea came out today saying that they're going to "bolster its nuclear weapons arsenal." This is the first time North Korea has actually admitted actually having nuclear weapons. The Bush administration really hopes that China will get involved, even though in the inauguration we were told that spreading freedom and democracy is our number one priority. (not really China's way) But that's not what I want to comment on this post...

Iran also had similar sentiments as North Korea, as seen in Iran says it won't give up nuclear technology.

Now, as everyone [QUOTE]now[/QUOTE] sees, Iraq never had any WMD. At first, people said that it was sad that we spent so much of our military resources on Iraq when North Korea and Iran were a far greater great, but can you imagine what it would have been like if we attacked North Korea or Iran? They might have shot back!

It's pretty clear that Bush was going to bomb SOMEBODY. He's accustomed to lining up babies in his back hard and blowing their heads off for God or some other reason, so it just makes sense that he was going to need to kill SOMETHING while in office.

So he actually made a smart decision. Pick the guy who doesn't have ANY WEAPONS AT ALL. If he would have bombed Iran or North Korea, they might have actually retaliated! Iraq had **NO CHANCE** of retaliating as they had NO WEAPONS.

So if you're looking for a good place to bomb, Iraq is definitely a good choice. You get all the "fun" of "shooting some people" without any worry about them shooting back.

The moral of the story: if you want Bush to leave you alone, build nuclear weapons. It's much safer that way.

SIDE NOTE: Someone being interviewed on Lou Dobbs Tonight (an AWFUL show) just mentioned that people are mistaken if they say we went into Iraq for WMD's. Apparently we went there to change a region of the world for the betterment of mankind. If Bush would have said that then, no one would have been behind him. If he's saying that now, someone needs to play his own press releases back to him.

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