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Anonymous asked in Politics & GovernmentPolitics · 1 decade ago

Why Saddam and not Bin Laden? Do you feel more secure now?

Today, 4 terrorists attack in Irak and one in Madrid. But the guy who blows up your towers is still alive (Bin Laden for brainless). Is the world more safe now? The way of democraty is killing people? Wow!! Very different way of "bad axis"...By the way, where are the Saddam's Weapon of Mass Destruction? USA is a very strange country , if Chirac tell so many lies and kill so many wives and children... well.. you know about riots in France for just a useless government decision right? Maybe the strongest army got the weakest citizens...

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Bin Laden is just a terror figure, he's not the real terrorist, bush is.

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  • justa
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago

    Heres a thought, terrorists will blow up whatever they please whenever they please, because they wish to cause terror. Any excuse is good enough, a cartoon, or a speech or the death of a dictator who wouldn't have anything to do with them. Sure democracy kills people, do you think its won without power? But it its power that is supposed to be used by the people in the country, not owned by a few at the top. If you are holding up the riots over nothing in France as a pattern you are missing an important notion. You have to riot, because you have no other way to get your point across with vigor.

    . In this case the strongest country with the strongest army got a pretty useless president who took his eye off Osama in an effort to bring greater glory on himself, it won't happen again...

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  • JB
    Lv 6
    1 decade ago

    It's always interesting how the people who mock people when they tie Hussein and Bin Laden together are the same people who tie them together in questions like these. The answer is one is not the other so they are two and not one therefore should not be joined in question. Two different people. Two different circumstances.Also, it's Iraq not Irak (for the brainless).

    Finally, it was an Iraqi court controlled by Iraqi judges ordered by Iraqi law that tried, convicted and executed Saddam Hussein. It was not the United States.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I don't get it either. I'm a born in the USA original. But this Chipmunk looking president is the worst. Hey Bush ignored the warning of the 9/11 attacks. If you elect mad magazine boy you're going to get beat up or something. Other nations of the world are watching the USA closer than Americans. I know we are a weak nation to even elect Bush as a school president. I went to vote the fist time in my life, in 2000 just to keep the bush out of the White House. No I don't feel more secure!

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I would have preferred it to be Bin laden, but this isn't about me, or Saddam for that matter. An Iraqi court found him guilty and sentenced him to death and they carried out the execution. This will help the people of Iraq feel a little better.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Saddam Was just just George Jr's Way pf Trying to shoe up his Daddy Bin Laden who we haven't caught yes (and won't as long as Jr is in office) will probably be executed by the U.S. if he ever is. And no we are not more secure now if anything we are even less

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    You've gotta break a few eggs to make an omelet. We are not finished, and we don't have Osama YET (if that particular goat herder is still alive even). America is a wonderful and diverse country. While others on the outside see all the squabbles on the inside.... beware of the imbecile that does something to pull us together. Interior disagreements is something we take pride in and enjoy having the freedom to do so.

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  • mumtaz
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago

    no, as ans American your not safer, now the world hates you. and as far as the 9/11 hijackers go, we proved they had about the same ties to bin laden as to Saddam. hell the Bush's had better ties to both of them . both of these guys are old bush family friends. it seems that Saddam's only weapon of mass destruction was a manipulated American military, we definitely destroyed massively.

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  • 1 decade ago

    There's nothing that can make the world more safe now.

    Because every country in th world has many terrorists from it's people . It's not about one person it's about everyone so everybody have to change their selves and feel responsible to keep their country safe.

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  • skip
    Lv 6
    1 decade ago

    You asked a very good question to begin with, then let emotion take over. Shame really.

    No, I do not feel safer. I think we went after the wrong man. We lost our focus in Afghanistan and it is slipping back, after making a promising start in its path to democracy.

    So far, we have almost 50 people killed in Iraq, just today. That is not a good start to a "New Era"

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  • 1 decade ago

    You have to remember,LESS than half of voters chose bush,don't critize a whole country just because we have an incompetent leader.Have a good new year.

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