Posts - Social/Legal - 031903)
to two posts I've made on the topic:
17 Reasons to Vanquish Saddam's Totalitarian Regime
Excerpt: As with all opinions on the matter of what Iraq
is and is not guilty of, what Saddam's intents are, what
the cost of non-intervention is and will be should the U.S.
choose to back down, what the cost of intervention will
be should the U.S. intervene militarily, opinions differ
Iraq -- Risks / Consequences of Action / Inaction
Excerpts: ... some perspectives and areas of suspicion
that are at play in the background of what's going on:
1) WMD by Saddam ... 2) Oil ... 3) Terrorism ... 4) Morality ...
couple of worthy news articles iterating the logic behind
taking military action to end Saddam's regime:
Why War is the Right Choice, by Tony Blair
The following is the text of a speech delivered
by Prime Minister Tony Blair at Labour's local
government, women's and youth conferences,
SECC, Glasgow, on Saturday, February 15, 2003
February 3, 2003
Iraq - the West's moral dilemma
Excerpt: ... Many of those who do not support intervention
in Iraq argue that the human cost of intervention is too high
- yet they ignore the human cost of non-intervention. No
one outside Iraq denies that Saddam Hussein is a tyrant.
No one denies that he continues to torture, murder and
use rape as a tool of control. ...
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