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Re: [casi] My thoughts on tonights news about inspections..


The reasons the US give for attacking Iraq change so often, even I can't keep up:

1. They have weapons of mass destruction!! We haven't seen them but we spoke to Cleo on the psychic 
hotline and she told us they do while she read the tarot cards! We have no solid proof, but we 
expect the world to believe us, because we are after all - a super power and crush you if you 
don't. Don't take chances, level Iraq to be sure!

2. We played with Afhanistan, and quite frankly we are bored now. They aren't dying as quickly as 
we had hoped, no fun. We hear the Iraqis have a good army, lets see how good they are when we get 
there, yeah! Now thats fun! And anyway, what will we do with all of these Pop Tarts and peanut 
butter that were left over from Afghanistan. We can drop them in Iraq. The Afghan people can't 
appreciate our hard work.. they refused to eat these products. Oh well, their loss. There is enough 
expired pop tarts to go around!

3. Iraq has POWs and MIAs there... yeah.. and.. they are from countries and stuff. Is anyone 
listening? There is oil... err people.. there we need.

4. We will help the Kurds this time. Scouts Honour!

5. They must rub their bellies, pat their heads and chew gum at the same time.. if this is too much 
to ask then clearly they are hiding weapons.

6. (HZ's) - All men must shave, get circumcised.. and of course ya'll know anyone who has free 
healthcare and free education must be a crazy communist! What more reasons do you want?!

7.I am getting tired, all of this talk and stuff is making me tired. Can we just have the oil now?

~ Anai Rhoads

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Forgiveness breaks the chain of causality because he who forgives you -- out of love--takes upon 
himself the consequences of what you have done. Forgiveness, therefore, always entails a sacrifice.

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