Let me run that damn war in Iraq for a week I would give the people in fallujah and places like 72 hours to get out of dodge and go through inspection upon leaving. And I would level it. and every couple of days do it again to make the rubble bounce.<br><br>
I already did that for 6 years. But they wouldnt let me run anything but an U.S. M1 30 caliber gas operated clip fed semiautomatic rifle. Cant do much damage with that. <br><br><P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by rigger on 09/24/04 03:14 PM (server time).</EM></FONT></P>
do you know how big Fallujah is?<br><br>"Fallujah, with a population of almost 500,000 people, traditionally "the city of<br>mosques", is now called "the city of heroes" as it is at the core of the Sunni ..." <br><br><br>Thats a huge city and you just want to level it? man that is not thinking the problem through at all. <br><br>You cant polish a Turd.
Most believe that leveling Hiroshima and Nagasaki ended the war with japan and as a result saved more lives. So by that rationale perhaps wherever insurgents gather you use a daisy cutter until they realize it is pointless. That shouldn't take too many.<br><br>
Not to mention the countries that would join that bandwagon if we decided to destroy holy places. How long would the Saudi royal family be able to keep a lid on their people? How long before Indonesia had to be blown up as well?<br><br>But I guess that doesn't matter because those people don't really count. After all, we know what freedom means and by God we're going to ram it down their throats whether they like it or not. And if they don't like it enough, screw 'em to the wall with a nuke or two. Hell, why not just use some chemical weapons or some biological weapons instead? I meam, we've got them, and it would be such a shame to ruin all those pretty buildings.<br><br>Good lord almighty what has happened to the US of A????<br><br>
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