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Does Anyone Support Bush?

Tue Mar 18, 2003 10:50 am

Am I the only one on this site that supports President Bush on his stance with Iraq? I've seen both sides of the story and I don't see any reason to let Saddam stay in power any longer. While I rather not see a war, Iraq has been given more then enough time to disarm and rejoin modern civilization. It seems to me that as time passes we find compliancy with what happened in the past. There are times when strong decisions must be made and this is one of those times. I'm in full support for military action against Iraq.

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RE: Does Anyone Support Bush?

Tue Mar 18, 2003 10:51 am

"There are times when strong decisions must be made..."

Why?

I continue to ask why?

 
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RE: Does Anyone Support Bush?

Tue Mar 18, 2003 10:55 am

Bush was the only one who proposed doing nothing as the only alternative to war.

Outside of the "GWB reality distortion bubble", the actual inspections were increasingly yielding tangible results - not least among them the destruction of the majority of Iraq´s Al Samoud missiles.

Unilaterally destroying this process will come back to haunt this US administration.
 
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RE: Does Anyone Support Bush?

Tue Mar 18, 2003 10:55 am

MBMBOS, because there are people in this world that think nothing about gassing a group of their own citizens, just to see how a chemical weapon works. Or think nothing of beheading someone because they ask the same question you asked - WHY?! That's why there are times when strong decisions must be made!

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RE: Does Anyone Support Bush?

Tue Mar 18, 2003 10:56 am

I support Mr. Bush because he is the leader of my country. I respect the office of President and the person who happens to be in it.
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RE: Does Anyone Support Bush?

Tue Mar 18, 2003 10:57 am

I stand behind my President 100% as we are about to go to war.



 
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RE: Does Anyone Support Bush?

Tue Mar 18, 2003 10:59 am

Then you should volunteer to go.......


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RE: Does Anyone Support Bush?

Tue Mar 18, 2003 10:59 am

So Saddam gassed the Kurds over a decade ago and we have decided that NOW is the the time to place hundreds of thousands of troops in harm's way and bomb the hell out of a country, killing even more innocent civilians in the process? We're going to war because Saddam gassed the Kurds?
 
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N312RC

Tue Mar 18, 2003 11:00 am

N312RC: I support Mr. Bush because he is the leader of my country. I respect the office of President and the person who happens to be in it.

So what exactly do you need a democracy for, then?

"Hail, Imperator!" would seem more appropriate from your statement...  Insane
 
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RE: Does Anyone Support Bush?

Tue Mar 18, 2003 11:03 am

Tbird, you're not alone on this. I support Mr. Bush because he's our President...and while I'm may not like all of his ideals, he's the only President we have. So whether anyone like Bush or not, the war is coming. So we're all going have to get use to the idea. Because there's not a damn thing any member on this board can do about it. As a native American, I fully support our troops over there & elsewhere in the world 110%. I wish I was there with you. Best regards to all.
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RE: Does Anyone Support Bush?

Tue Mar 18, 2003 11:03 am

I Support President Bush cuz thats my duty as a US citizen, not only that but I recognize the problem and Im giving him all my support.
 
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RE: Does Anyone Support Bush?

Tue Mar 18, 2003 11:05 am

This site has always had a majority of liberal, anti-American hacks. A lot are from Europe but sadly, plenty are home grown. What is even sadder are their true feelings but don't post them here because they're too radical for this site. They post it on a site last time I checked we're not allowed to mention.

Some hate Bush because they hate any time a Republican is successful. Some hate him because he is putting America first. Others because he supports Israel. Some hate him because just because he is an American. Finally, many hate him for all of the above.

Liberals claim to be the side of "compassion, understanding, and acceptance". Funny how the only people they accept are those who agree with them.
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RE: Does Anyone Support Bush?

Tue Mar 18, 2003 11:05 am

"Hail, Imperator!" would seem more appropriate from your statement...

Kinda fitting that a German came up with that one....  Insane

I support the President of the United States of America 100% in this matter.
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RE: Does Anyone Support Bush?

Tue Mar 18, 2003 11:05 am

Klaus,

He's my president. We voted him in. He's all we've got. I respect the office. So why dont you respect my opinion?
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RE: Does Anyone Support Bush?

Tue Mar 18, 2003 11:05 am

More than 70 percent of the US supports President Bush!!!, but the media only focuses on the people that dont, and not enough people that do support him stand up.
 
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RE: Does Anyone Support Bush?

Tue Mar 18, 2003 11:08 am

Well, in case you don't know it (and sometimes it's hard to tell), we still live in a democracy and I do not support the war with Iraq.

There's no rule in the U.S. that says that once we go to war, I have to shut up.
 
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RE: Does Anyone Support Bush?

Tue Mar 18, 2003 11:10 am

You can disagree and groan about it all you want, but nothing you say will make any difference.

Accept it, get over it, get on with your life. Alternatively Im sure the Human Shields are still looking for more people to guard Saddam's Military bases and palaces.
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RE: Does Anyone Support Bush?

Tue Mar 18, 2003 11:22 am

I support our President...because he is right and our cause is just. When this is over and he is proven right, you will still sit in your comfortable homes spouting your mindless hatred sleeping under the blanket of freedom that our Armed Forces provide.

Shame on all of you....
 
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RE: Does Anyone Support Bush?

Tue Mar 18, 2003 11:28 am

I support Bush and our troops in their endeavors abroad.
 
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RE: Does Anyone Support Bush?

Tue Mar 18, 2003 11:31 am

Many non-Americans support Bush also, including this Canadian (even if my left-wing government does not).

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RE: Does Anyone Support Bush?

Tue Mar 18, 2003 11:37 am

Well what else can I say... I wish I could embed the sound here, but that is against the rules so you will just have to read the lyrics.




Battle Hymm of the Republic


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by Julia Ward Howe


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Mine eyes have seen the glory of the coming of the Lord;
He is trampling out the vintage where the grapes of wrath are stored;
He hath loosed the fateful lightning of his terrible swift sword:
His truth is marching on.


I have seen him in the watch-fires of a hundred circling camps;
They have builded him an altar in the evening dews and damps;
I can read his righteous sentence by the dim and flaring lamps;
His day is marching on.


I have read a fiery gospel, writ in burnished rows of steel:
"As ye deal with my contemners, so with you my grace shall deal;
Let the Hero, born of woman, crush the serpent with his heel,
Since God is marching on."


He has sounded forth the trumpet that shall never call retreat;
He is sifting out the hearts of men before his judgment-seat;
Oh, be swift, my soul, to answer him! be jubilant, my feet!
Our God is marching on.


In the beauty of the lilies Christ was born across the sea,
With a glory in his bosom that transfigures you and me:
As he died to make men holy, let us die to make men free,
While God is marching on.





OBAMA-WORST PRESIDENT EVER....Even SKOORB would be better.
 
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RE: Does Anyone Support Bush?

Tue Mar 18, 2003 11:38 am

I support him 100%

Too many damn times throughout the years we have been there when we were needed to help other countries.Now,this time it's about US.It's not about Kuwait,It's not about the Kurds,I don't think it's about liberating the people of Iraq.It's about preventing weapons that are powerful enough to kill thousands of people from getting into the hands of terrorists.We finally have a president that has enough balls to ACT first instead of REACT after the fact.Saddam has been given 12 years to comply with the UN and he continues to defy them.You say he's destroying some of his missles.So what...what about the weapons that you don't see.You ask why now?I say why not now?How many more years should we give him?Should we wait until he gives terrorists some chemical weapons to use on us.Will that be enough proof for you then?

I say for once let's take the offensive,don't wait til it's too late.
In a matter of a month.Saddam will be a bad memory,there will be 1 less avenue for terrorists to get weapons and the people of Iraq will begin a new and better life.How can you say that's not a good thing?

My country,My president and My Armed Forces have my total support!

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RE: Does Anyone Support Bush?

Tue Mar 18, 2003 11:45 am

I am in full support of my President, my country, and my armed forces (which my brother is a proud member of)
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RE: Does Anyone Support Bush?

Tue Mar 18, 2003 11:47 am

I support him because having looked at both sides, I think Saddam should be removed
 
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RE: Does Anyone Support Bush?

Tue Mar 18, 2003 11:59 am

B757300: Some hate Bush because they hate any time a Republican is successful.

Successful??? With what, exactly?

And hate? Hardly. I haven´t hated a person in my life, and even GWB won´t get me started. But the disasters that are following him around wherever he steps don´t have me thrilled, exactly.


Klaus: "Hail, Imperator!" would seem more appropriate from your statement...

EA CO AS: Kinda fitting that a German came up with that one....

Yes, it is indeed. Hardly any other nation has seen the horrors brought about by manipulation of emotions, replacement of arguments with emotions, war as a way of boosting the collective ego and finally abuse of unconditional obedience as closely as we have. For a german, it´s impossible to see statements like the one above without recognizing the parallels.


N312RC: He's my president.

Yes.

N312RC: We voted him in.

No. The supreme court did.

N312RC: He's all we've got.

No. The USA have much, much more substance than that.

N312RC: I respect the office.

Nothing wrong with that. I do, too.

N312RC: So why dont you respect my opinion?

I respect it, but whenever I hear declarations of unconditional allegiance towards a national leader pushing for war, I will vehemently criticize them nevertheless. Criticism has nothing to do with a lack of respect; It is a necessity in a democracy. Especially when the blood of innocent civilians is about to be shed.


N312RC: You can disagree and groan about it all you want, but nothing you say will make any difference.

That should not be true in a democratic society.


Apathoid: When this is over and he is proven right, you will still sit in your comfortable homes spouting your mindless hatred sleeping under the blanket of freedom that our Armed Forces provide.

Criticism has nothing to do with "hatred", not even when you´re not able to deal with it.

And what exactly will you do if
- there is massive bloodshed among civilian iraqis in the bombings
- the occupation forces should somehow fail to find evidence of WMD?

Apathoid: Shame on all of you....

If your shame is to be assigned for proceeding on the peaceful path to disarmament which your president has just announced to destroy, I´ll bear it as a badge of honor.
 
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RE: Does Anyone Support Bush?

Tue Mar 18, 2003 12:06 pm

I Support President Bush cuz thats my duty as a US citizen.......

Duty? What is America coming to? This guy sounds like an average Iraqi who feels he must support Saddam.

Come on man. Come up with a better reason for supporting Bush than that!
 
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RE: Does Anyone Support Bush?

Tue Mar 18, 2003 12:17 pm

Captainmatt wrote:

"I Support President Bush cuz thats my duty as a US citizen."

This is silly. You may support Bush, but it is certainly not every US citizen's duty to support him. In fact, it is the duty of those who don't agree with Bush to speak out about their opposition to his policies. BTW, I don't really mind spelling mistakes (I make plenty of them myself), but writing "cuz" instead of "because" is annoying.

[Edited 2003-03-18 04:21:20]
 
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RE: Does Anyone Support Bush?

Tue Mar 18, 2003 12:25 pm

I support President Bush 100%.
 
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RE: Does Anyone Support Bush?

Tue Mar 18, 2003 12:42 pm

Tbird:

I stand with you... Many americans support Bush... In fact I saw some interesting facts the other day, which really changed my views on the American People.. They were saying that almost 1/2 of the "peace ralliers" and all are without employement, or have been for years, and are the type of people that just protest to protest.. Also, they said that close to 1/2 of them never either finished high school or college. I don't remember where I saw this, but it was a reliable source. Basically, the people who protest this way are for hte most part the type of people who probably aren't smart enough to understand why Saddam is a viable threat not only to the US but to our allies... I'm glad Bush has taken the tough stance he has...


CL215T:

Your statement of "why don't you sign up and volunteer" or something to that extent is very good... A lot of people here sit around and say "Yea, we should go to war.. bomb them, get rid of Saddam".. and all, but then if they were asked to defend their country their would get scared and run away... I for one will be an Air Force Officer either via the Air Force Academy or AFROTC... I wish most people that were truly in favor of a war would be as equally supportive of joining...
 
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RE: Does Anyone Support Bush?

Tue Mar 18, 2003 12:45 pm

I don't support Bush. I think he's lying to the American public, counting on being able to dupe the average US citizen into believing everything he says. Unfortunately, reading this thread, many of you have fallen for it.

Bush's demands for Saddam and his sons to leave Iraq are totally unrealistic, and it's quite obvious he knows that. I think his bullying of Iraq has brought things to where they are today, and his overall lack of ability in the area of diplomacy is a complete disgrace.

The man may be the leader of the country I reside in, but respect is earned, not given. Bush has earned nothing but contempt from me.
 
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RE: Does Anyone Support Bush?

Tue Mar 18, 2003 12:49 pm

I disagree with Bush moving so fast, but because he has made up his mind and war is inevitable, I support him...simply for the sake of getting it over with as quickly as possible, with minimal casulties.

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RE: Does Anyone Support Bush?

Tue Mar 18, 2003 12:58 pm

Jcxp15 wrote:

"Basically, the people who protest this way are for hte most part the type of people who probably aren't smart enough to understand why Saddam is a viable threat not only to the US but to our allies..."


Riiiight. We anti-war people aren't smart enough to understand the well thought-out arguments of that very intelligent George W. Bush.  Yeah sure This would almost be insulting if it weren't so hilarious! Big grin

You know, I attened a peace vigil yesterday and most of the people there were well-off, educated people of all ages. In fact, a very large portion of America's intelligentsia -- the kinds of people who read books and know something about the world -- is opposed to the war. I find it laughable and ironic that you would portray anti-war people as "not smart enough."

Sure, you are going to find the unemployed at protests -- any protests -- because they simply have more time and are generally critical of the status quo. However, if you look at all those who think that Bush's war is a very bad idea, you will find America's best and brightest among them.

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RE: Does Anyone Support Bush?

Tue Mar 18, 2003 12:58 pm

I don't support the President on everything (ie Kyoto, Tax cuts),

But I support the President 100% on Iraq.
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RE: Does Anyone Support Bush?

Tue Mar 18, 2003 1:02 pm

Jcxp15, lots of protesters protest for the sake of protesting! And I agree, many of them aren't exactly model citizens. However, I'd hardly agree with your source in terms of those who oppose war with Iraq. The United States has seen very little support from the rest of the world, and truly they wouldn't do that for no reason. I support some of the causes that Bush proclaims, but I don't trust him. I think it's all PR and this war was being planned a very long time ago. Saddam has to go, but other methods must be explored in my opinion, and the United Nations must gain more clout. Also, some nameless countries should stop doing business with Iraq.
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RE: Does Anyone Support Bush?

Tue Mar 18, 2003 1:10 pm

I am an American who is neither a Republican or Democrat, and I fully support President Bush in the upcoming action.
 
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RE: Does Anyone Support Bush?

Tue Mar 18, 2003 1:10 pm

lots of protesters protest for the sake of protesting!

Exactly. Many are the comfortable idle upwardly middle class with little else to do on sunny Saturdays.

Saddam has to go, but other methods must be explored in my opinion

Which other methods Nuno? Haven't they all been tried endlessly in the last 12 years?

It's not pretty necessarily....but it's time for force.





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RE: Does Anyone Support Bush?

Tue Mar 18, 2003 1:14 pm

When this war is over, and the extent of Saddam's treachery and lying and biochemical stockpiling is revealed, the nay-sayers will finally see that Bush is a hero for having the guts to take him out.
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RE: Does Anyone Support Bush?

Tue Mar 18, 2003 1:18 pm

Neil, my view is that so far everybody has been too wishy-washy, and that has lead Bush to the extreme he is taking now. The UN has been spineless in dealing with Iraq (and countless other countries too), and some countries have all the while been silently supporting Saddam by doing business with him. So if there's some good in all this, is that Bush has made everybody stand up and pay attention. But Bush is taking the whole show without regards to international opinion, without support from its allies, and without credible evidence that there is just cause for a war at this time. Sadly, I only see Bush going in there for selfish reasons, and he's using his ultimate power to do so.

This might prove devastating to the United States in the end, in the event that the war doesn't go as planned. This might further separate the United States from the rest of the world on international issues. Bush is right to speed up the process, and force the rest of the world to take notice but I'll have to wait and see how he plays the war card in 48 hours (I guess 45 hours now) before I reserve my final judgement.

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RE: Does Anyone Support Bush?

Tue Mar 18, 2003 1:19 pm

I very much do..excellent speech tonight.
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RE: Does Anyone Support Bush?

Tue Mar 18, 2003 1:20 pm

I firmly support President Bush and I hope that our troops are able to complete their jobs thoroughly, professional and with as little loss of life as possible.
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RE: Does Anyone Support Bush?

Tue Mar 18, 2003 1:21 pm

Sleekjet, I hope that's the case, but there is nothing to show that this will be the case. What will you think if the opposite is true and the war only triggers numerous other nasty events to come that will end up causing more harm than good? What will your opinion of Bush be then? Nobody knows what the outcome will be, and we can't sit here and pretend to know absolutely what will happen. We can only hope for the best at this point.
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RE: Does Anyone Support Bush?

Tue Mar 18, 2003 1:25 pm

The US is so firm in its convictions that there is likely much evidence of Iraqi intents that have been kept under wraps & which will emerge in due course, post war.

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RE: Does Anyone Support Bush?

Tue Mar 18, 2003 1:32 pm

Captaingomes: Valid point. Let me be brutally honest. I'm scared to death this thing could go spinning out of control. I have a 7 month old grandson. I'd like for him to grow up and have a normal childhood. I don't want him to be living in a world of gas masks and underground shelters. That possibility looms. I personally have no fear of dying - my Christian views have been well-documented on this board. But I shudder to think of the impact of WWIII would have on my kids and my new grandson. We (the U.S.) better be as well-prepared as we're being told. I can't see Saddam going down easy.
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RE: Does Anyone Support Bush?

Tue Mar 18, 2003 1:49 pm

No ..

I don't support Bush on this one, and IMHO his is nothing more than a crazy stupid guy trying to make his way into history the wrong way.. not to mention he has a very funny and dumb look .. Is it me or his eyes are pointed inwards? Big grin

Now to the politics involved...

What is being done by the US is plain and simple, taking care of business that are not their own...For me all this war-mongering is a BIG breaking of both international law and a Iraq's sovereignty as a independent and established country recognized by the UN.

IF I were living in Kuwait or S.Arabia then MAYBE and provided I had conclusive facts proving that my neighbour has MDW, I would give some support on this...

If you US Citizens approve this on Iraq then, you should approve the same kind of demand from, Mexico for example. What if Vicente Fox(sp.?) asks the US military to destroy all the Nuke warheads? Or all the chemicals and bio weapons buried miles under the Arizona and Nevada deserts? Would the US comply? No.. off course not.. what I see is that this US gvmt. can check and ask anyone at will but would never open his own records... Two weights .. two sizes

And before someone says: "Iraq will sell VX or Antrax to terror groups", sorry to disappoint you but if an terrorist group is interested in buying them, they will make it, with or without the Baghdad Kashbar open. Not to mention low-yield nuke warheads bought from let's say east European very-underpaid cientists.

Many people on the top ranks at the US politics still think that their country is the "world's sheriff" and the world accepts it. Sooner or later they will learn that times have changed and this is no longer true....

But now as we are after the no return point, let's hope for a quick campaign with the lesser loss of life possible.

After the Pearl Harbor attack, Adm. Yamamoto said that he was afraid that he had just waked-up a sleeping bear.. Let's hope that GWB doesn't wakes-up and angers a even bigger beast.

Cheers

RS
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RE: Does Anyone Support Bush?

Tue Mar 18, 2003 2:29 pm

I support the President 100% and the troops 110%. I have listened to both sides and weighed their views cafefully, but I believe the best course of action is already set in motion.
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RE: Does Anyone Support Bush?

Tue Mar 18, 2003 2:42 pm

I support the President 100%. God Bless our troops... Especially my good buddies who are with the "Rock of the Marne" and the "Screaming Eagles." Good hunting fellas!

S.p.a.s.:

Just one short point. You speak of International Law. Iraq is in direct violation of the terms of the cease fire which ended the first Gulf War, so that war has not ended (or has in essence restarted). Also, where in International Law does it say a sovereign nation, when it sees a danger being posed by another, can not wage war to defend it's interests. I'll save you the leg work: It doesn't.

 
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RE: Does Anyone Support Bush?

Tue Mar 18, 2003 2:48 pm

Do we need to go to war in Iraq? Even I have my doubts, and I find that now, when we are on the verge, it does not look like a proposition that is at all appealling. I support this military action with great reluctance.

However, President Bush has my full support. He has given diplomacy more than a fair chance. And only now, when the U.N. refuses to enforce it's own resolutions, does he resort to military action. President Bush means what he says. That's what I love about him (especially after having to endure 8 years of double-talk). I blame this entire situation on Saddam Hussien. He has had ample opportunity to disarm. He should have used his time more wisely.

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RE: Does Anyone Support Bush?

Tue Mar 18, 2003 2:53 pm

I support our president as do most americans...i pray for our troops and for the safety of iraqi civilians.
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RE: Does Anyone Support Bush?

Tue Mar 18, 2003 3:12 pm

I support Bush 32.415%

Damn if I know, except that this war is going to suck.
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RE: Does Anyone Support Bush?

Tue Mar 18, 2003 3:22 pm

I do not support the president, and because I'm an American I feel its my duty to protest as loudly as I can. I feel this way for the sake of our troops who (unlike GW) will have to shed there blood for a cause that is not clear to many people here in the US and to the rest of the world. If the people in Iraq are truly sick of Saddam they should be the ones shedding the blood not us. A war could have started anytime weapons of mass destruction where found by UN inspectors, they never found any. I hope that the war will be over quickly and I hope the world holds GW Bush and the right wing conservatives that control him accountable for what ever happens in the next few weeks and not the American people.
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