Wednesday, December 14, 2005

30,000 Iraqi civilians killed. For what?

I can't comprehend the implications of removing Saddam and establishing Democracy in Iraq. But denying the chance to live to 30,000 innocent civilians, doesn't sound appropriate. I do not know whether the world or America is safer without Saddam. But America's safety certainly became a nightmare to Iraqi civilians. Why do 30,000 Iraqi people have to pay the price for the safety of America?

Bush replying to a question (why war on Iraq when there was no conclusive involvement of Iraq in 9/11 attacks), said
"knowing what I know today, I'd make the decision again. Removing Saddam Hussein makes this world a better place and America a safer country."

I really don't know if America is safer without Saddam. I seriously doubt that. As much as the America's success to catch the real men behind 9/11.

NDTV.com : Fact or Allegation ? Just another twisted title for sensationalism

This is yet another example of NDTV.com’s sensationalism twisted titles. The title says, as if this was a fact, woman made to urinate in pub...