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Posted by  Scratchy on February 27, 2003 at 15:26:40:

In Reply to:  Re: PC at Design Community? Nah! Surely Not! posted by Richard Haut on February 27, 2003 at 12:20:08:

It is so obvious why we are going to war. The bush administration is relishing in the fact that it is even up for debate. The fact that it is up for debate acknowleges that it could possibly be a justifiable war. It is his own personal agenda, to save his and his fathers legacy. I am sorry, but I cannot get past this. It is an easy victory, that will occur just in time for the next elections.
We've spent so much money sending our boys over there that there is no going back.
And as for the relevance to this forum...
excerpts from yesterdays article in the New York Times...

The Great Mosque at Samarra from the ninth century is one of many archaeological sites in Iraq that may be in harm's way during a war in Iraq. see article link below

 
 
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