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    Default From Fox: "Liberated" Iraq calls on Arab states to use oil as weapon against U.S.

    Gotta love the way Faux Noise titles their articles

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    Time for re-invasion
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    "Liberated" Iraq Stabs us in the Back.

    Oh My.


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    Honestly, majority of Iraqis supported the Iraq Liberation. It went sour because of religion. Islamists don't accept a non muslim army on the ground in their country. They will attack them even if they saved their arse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by androidappme View Post
    Honestly, majority of Iraqis supported the Iraq Liberation. It went sour because of religion. Islamists don't accept a non muslim army on the ground in their country. They will attack them even if they saved their arse.
    You joking? Believe it or not Saddam was loved in the Arab world since he stood up to Iran and Israel.

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    Wasn't the war supposed to be paid for in oil? Lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by androidappme View Post
    Honestly, majority of Iraqis supported the Iraq Liberation. It went sour because of religion. Islamists don't accept a non muslim army on the ground in their country. They will attack them even if they saved their arse.
    Even if the majority of Iraqis supported the invasion- which they most certainly did not- but even if they did.. big f'ing deal. Perhaps that majority should have led their own revolt? I don't give a damn if 100% of Iraqis wanted us to be over there, it is a mute point. It is not our business, nor in our interests, to be meddling in the affairs of a sovereign nation.
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