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US v Iraq: Who's going to win?

The citizens of Iraq had no chance to be a free people.
There will be suffering and death until the final victory is won and I believe the Iraqis will win this battle....freedom is right and freedom is good and freedom is so easily understood by men and women who know where true passion rests--- in the heart which beats free, as it passes life's difficult tests trying to be its very best.  
 
Saddam's troops were too well armed; they literally could've slaughtered millionsof Iraqis in any civilian led coup to topple Saddam; the price was too high for freedom for the common man in Iraq. They needed the elder brother of freedom, the United States, to flex its muscles to wrestle Saddam out of power and give the country of Iraq back to its people....
 
Sure there is going to be a spoil sport reaction among those displaced from their power position in Iraq, once Saddam was forced on the run...but this is the price of freedom.

There will be suffering and death until the final victory is won and I believe the Iraqis will win this battle....freedom is right and freedom is good and freedom is so easily understood by men and women who know where true passion rests--- in the heart which beats free, as it passes life's difficult tests trying to be its very best.  
 
Dick Cheney's remarks about the Democrats turning and running from Iraq is right on the mark...there will be no way Sen. Kerry can handle the heat in his own party in leaving Iraq as soon as Kerry enters office if he gets elected.....and this running from Iraq will invite the terrorists of the world to commit a major terrorist atrocity in America, which is now perceived as weak and impotent.....for the enemy is willing to suicide himself for his cause...which is showing a strength of fanaticism the Democrats will be too faint hearted to encounter-- their indignity , notwithstanding.....
 
President Bush came as a liberator of the Iraqi people and a protector of the American people...a vote for President Bush will mean a higher level of vigilance and commitment against those who kill children, behead innocent men, and blow cars up in the thick of large crowds....and take advantage of free societies to carry out their murderous agenda.
 
Terrorists believe because they are willing to suicide themselves, they are invincible; what we need to let them know is every gun on the ship is trained on them, as they go on their kamikaze attack to sink the vessel of freedom in Iraq, and if their whole society wants to go on a one way mission to destruction, then we just have man our battle stations, and wait for the shadow to emerge from the darkness, bringing the dark angel down.
 
The price of freedom, so far has been cheaper, than the Iraqi people bearing the full brunt of Saddam's toppling , if they had gone all alone against his Republican Guards; the people of Iraq need to be strong, and as long as Bush is President they will have a good ally staying on board.
 
George Person
Phoenix, Arizona

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