Iraqi War Quote of the Week


From Variety:

[WB Entertainment president Jordan Levin] said he expects an actual war to be "anticlimactic," arguing that the public has already experienced "the most prolonged foreplay we've seen since Ross and Rachel on 'Friends."'


Ah, but now we have the proof we should soon be on the short strokes:

News reports have filtered out early this morning that US forces have swooped on an Iraqi Primary School and detained teacher Mohammed Al-Hazar. Sources indicate that, when arrested, Al-Hazar was in possession of a ruler, a protractor, a set square and a calculator.
US President George W Bush argued that this was clear and overwhelming evidence that Iraq indeed possessed weapons of maths instruction.

Some people claim that even though the US has found massive graves in Iraq but no weapons of mass destruction, that the US was not justified to go to war. I disagree. The massive graves that were found just proves the regime itself was a weapon of mass destruction - to its own people no less.

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