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Russia's War Echoes U.S. Invasion Of Iraq (Original Post) L. Coyote Mar 2022 OP
Very reminiscent! n/t RKP5637 Mar 2022 #1
Yes, but one difference? heckles65 Mar 2022 #2
Saddam wasn't an anti-corruption liberal in a democratic society, he purged minorities. L. Coyote Mar 2022 #4
This message was self-deleted by its author heckles65 Mar 2022 #3
In one case a democratic republic is invaded. In the other, an authoritarian regime. Big diff imho FreepFryer Mar 2022 #5

heckles65

(571 posts)
2. Yes, but one difference?
Thu Mar 17, 2022, 10:32 PM
Mar 2022

When I protested the war on the steps of the West Virginia state capitol, I didn't have to worry about some FBI thugs leaping out of a van and hauling me away.

L. Coyote

(51,129 posts)
4. Saddam wasn't an anti-corruption liberal in a democratic society, he purged minorities.
Thu Mar 17, 2022, 10:38 PM
Mar 2022

Not that those factors made the Bush/Cheney war crimes an less culpable.

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