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Originally posted by monocrat I've never defended Iraq here so I don't know what moroccan roll is on about.
I think that the war is wrong and unjust and a diplomatic solution must be sought.
Originally posted by Clandestine Definitive is an elusive concept in legal interpretation.
Originally posted by pnjsurferpoet
The truth is, to be competitive, some countries in Europe want to stack the deck regarding environmental issues, sanctions against Iraq and even allowing Al Qaeda to attack America...because the attack would make us weaker. And that's Old Europe's goal.
Originally posted by pnjsurferpoet And that's Old Europe's goal.
Originally posted by Balddog
Is that a new soundbyte or something? I keep hearing that.
Originally posted by Aladdin As well as several references to the Nazi past of Germany- I kid you not- , calls at all levels for a boycott of French products in America, and many tasty insults such as calling the French 'surrender monkeys', 'cowards', 'friends of terrorists' and other such jewels. This was coming not just from the inbred trailer park rednecks, but by newsmen and other TV figures and politicians. All because these two countries dared to disagree with the Great Master and its plans for war.
I'll tell you Balddog, you were extremely lucky to have been away and blissfully unaware of all this. We've had to hear things from the US in the last few weeks that were more reminiscent of an evil fascist dictatorship than a supposedly democratic and fair country. Very nasty indeed.
Originally posted by Balddog If the french can boycott, the US has the right to boycott..Although personally I think they are both being bloody stupid and childish.
Do many Americans actually identify with their German heritage?