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"Military cemeteries around the world are packed with brainwashed dead soldiers who were convinced: God was on THEIR SIDE." - George Carlin
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SnowyOxygen Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2014  Student Digital Artist
Don't forget the casualties on the other side, who aren't necessarily against the US. "176,000–189,000 people were killed in violence in the Iraq war, including 134,000 civilians"
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Zucca-Xerfantes Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
I'm sure more of our troops would have survived if they hadn't had their hands tied by Leftist's 'rules of engagement' which entailed that our boys couldn't even open fire not unless first fired upon, but not unless they were HIT.
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EbolaBears Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2014
That is the biggest load of bullshit. "Leftist" rules of engagement. What a truckload of stupid.
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Zucca-Xerfantes Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
What would you call it then? The whole 'You can't shoot back unless one of you are hit' business?

You explain to me. Explain to me.
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cybersoldier93 Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
In the words of my grandfather "There are no hero's in war nor victors. Only survivors and those unlucky bastards who given a medal for glorified murder. Hero's lay by the thousands in cemeteries across this nation slain by men just like them in the name of freedom." - George Bell SR. U.S. Army Core of Engineers, Korean War (Born 1933 Died 1993) For the record I do believe in God but my belief is firmer in that we must make this world a better place ourselves and not through prayer which I find to be a good form of meditation and little else.
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LordElthibar Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2013
Your a disgrace for mocking our soldiers in such a manner. The Iraqis and Afghans thanked our soldiers for their support.
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EbolaBears Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2014
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fiskefyren Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2013
You're a disgrace to human intelligence.
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mido557 Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
As an Iraqi, I can kindly tell you that "Iraqis thanking US soldiers" is a load of, how can I put this nicely...., bullshit.
Complete and utter bullshit.

Out of the 30 million people in Iraq, only the bare minimum "thanked" the Americans. On top of that, the lives of the people in Iraq are horribly below the standards they were during Saddam's time. Do you want to know what that imperialistic invasion accomplished?
- Adoption of western values
- Teenage "rebel" crap (gangs, graffiti, vandalisation of public property etc)
- Huuuuge gap between the upper and lower class
- Education becoming literal shit, most students bribe their teachers in order to pass
- A civil conflict that will go on until another strong leader can get a hold of the country and straighten the people out
- Idiotic nationalism (Iraqi, Kurdish, Persian-Iraqi etc., they used to have one name; Iraqi, that's it)
- Religious fanaticism
- complete destruction of almost every city, most of which are yet to be rebuilt
Among other things.

Do not speak of Iraq when you have no idea what you're talking about.
I can't speak for Afghanistan, but I'm certain they have similar feelings.
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Young-stoaty-chap Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Well put. The Iraq War was something only fools justify. 
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SupermanLovesAspen Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
And today's word is: 'attention'. If you had payed any to what I wrote you would not have just embarrassed yourself. I was mocking Bush, not those who serve in the armed forces. It's you're*, not your. And to be honest, most iraqis were glad when America packed up and left and the afghanis want ISAF forces out of their country. There's a documentary you should watch about Afghanistan. Here's the link: www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ja5Q75…
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SupermanLovesAspen Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
If you think that if you pray to some god that then bullets will bounce off you or that nothing bad will happen to you on a battlefield then a person must have went through some serious conditioning through their childhood. Teaching children that fairy tales are real is a form of child abuse. Just watch some interviews with them, tribal leaders just couldn't wait for them to leave, they kept saying that they wanted to deal with the Taliban in their own way.
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IAmTheUnison Featured By Owner Jul 25, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Cheney needs to be in the cell right next to him.
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Timesquadgirl Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2013
You can say that again.
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IAmTheUnison Featured By Owner Aug 8, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
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Timesquadgirl Featured By Owner Aug 8, 2013
Personally, and I hope you don't get offended by this, but Bush should have been impeached years ago.
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IAmTheUnison Featured By Owner Aug 8, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
I wouldn't be offended by that. I think he should have been impeached too. Impeached, imprisoned, and due to the extremity of his crimes, I would fully support capital punishment...and the same thing goes for that scumbag, Obama! I hate them both! >.<
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Timesquadgirl Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2013
Actually, I hope you won't be upset by this, but I like Obama.
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IAmTheUnison Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
I'm not upset by that. I can't honestly see any reason why anybody would like Obama considering the vast number of crimes he's guilty of, but people liking him does not upset me.
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Timesquadgirl Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2013
Good.
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Zecorezecron Featured By Owner May 4, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
But when Obama does it, it's perfectly fine.
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SupermanLovesAspen Featured By Owner May 4, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Lol, this reminded of Revenge of the Sith, the whole 'if you're not with me, you're against me' thing, 'only a Sith deals in absolutes!' just because I hate someone, doesn't mean I support their opponents. You've got a LOT to learn about the world.
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Master-of-the-Boot Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
I once saw a poster that said, "Miss me yet?" with Bush there smiling.

and my answer was , "Like I miss cancer." Testicular cancer
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Master-of-the-Boot Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
Some people say that they miss him already.

I don't.
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the5thCount Featured By Owner Sep 8, 2011
Yes, I recognize that the war in Iraq was completely misguided as Iraq had nothing to do with 9/11, but the dub Bush a war criminal seems unfair. We went to war with Iraq not because of 9/11, but because Saddam Hussein broke the cease fire that he agreed to during the gulf war.
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This, added to the fact that Hussein persecuted Kurds and Shiites, tells me that the Iraq war was justified as firstly, Hussein rendered our cease fire null and void by violating it, and secondly, Hussein was notorious for human rights violations anyway.

Also, Hussein had chemical weapons of mass destruction. Its not a myth.
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Thus, the war in Iraq was justifiable. Bush, while misguided, was not a war criminal.
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SupermanLovesAspen Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
They might have had chemicals, but they didn't have a delivery system, like an ICBM. And even if they did, Saddam would have had ample opportunity to use them once it was clear that the Marines were coming. Bush however, had ties to Osama before 9/11, (which in itself was a huge fuckup, the day the truth leaks out about the WTC will be a huge slap to the US gov.) quite friendly ones at that, I mean he, Cheney and who knows who else are part of the Texas oil magnate clan. Oil, of course wasn't the real motivation why Iraq and Stan was invaded, it's profit from weaponization and mobilization of the armed forces, those companies that were in league with the Bush administration made billions off of arming the military. That's why the US is involved in a major military engagement every 15-20 years or so, cause of the corporations that pull the strings.
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the5thCount Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2011
To quote the UN document that I posted:

"11. During its inspection activities in Iraq, UNMOVIC identified
18 122-mm rocket warheads designed for use with chemical agent, 14 of which
were empty, while the others contained liquid residues, mainly water. No chemical
agents nor their respective degradation products were identified. All of the empty
warheads were well preserved and suitable for filling with the chemical agent."

They had delivery systems.

"And even if they did, Saddam would have had ample opportunity to use them once it was clear that the Marines were coming."

We conquered Iraq in less than two weeks. I am not sure as to how much opportunity they had, especially as their government and military structure was in disarray due to the fact that we were consistently bombing Baghdad.

"Bush however, had ties to Osama before 9/11, (which in itself was a huge fuckup, the day the truth leaks out about the WTC will be a huge slap to the US gov.) quite friendly ones at that, I mean he, Cheney and who knows who else are part of the Texas oil magnate clan."

I would like to see evidence for this. Can you cite your source?

Also, why on earth would Bush have targeted Osama and label him a terrorist if he had business connections with him? Isn't that counter intuitive?

"Oil, of course wasn't the real motivation why Iraq and Stan was invaded, it's profit from weaponization and mobilization of the armed forces, those companies that were in league with the Bush administration made billions off of arming the military."

Yes, this is true. War is profit. But, I don't see what is wrong with profiting off of a war with an opponent that broke your cease fire. The cease fire violations are still an issue that your rebuttal has not addressed.

"That's why the US is involved in a major military engagement every 15-20 years or so, cause of the corporations that pull the strings."

I would also like to see evidence for this claim. Yes, I admit, our government's policy is often heavily influenced by corporations that wish to make a profit off of said policy. But, I still don't see how Iraq was simply a "corporate scheme" rather than a justifiable and noble war.
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SupermanLovesAspen Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I don't understand why Osama was painted as a scapegoat either, it's pretty clear that 9/11 was a government job. I mean come on, tempered steel melts at a much higher temperature than at which jet fuel burns at. The towers were designed to handle up to a dozen airplane collisions each. Everyone knows Cheney was in bed with Enron.

Yeah, so the US invaded Iraq with a few of it's allies and now they're sticking around so that Iraq won't collapse back on itself, I understand that. And also to protect the oil lines from terrorists.

WWII was the last noble war. Korea was simply a conflict of interests, Vietnam, please, the US just needed a place to site their ICBMs in case the Cold War ever broke out. Wars are always thought over profit and land, but how they're thought is what counts, honor on the battlefield disappeared on the 9th of august, 1945.
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the5thCount Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2011
I apologize for my apparent lack of coherency here:

"But, due to the fact that we were defending a free people from a psychopathic Tyrant(i.e. Hussein)."

I meant to say,

But, due to the fact that we were defending a free people from a psychopathic Tyrant(i.e. Hussein), that war was justifiable.
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SupermanLovesAspen Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Hussein was nuts, sure, but he was no Hitler either.
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the5thCount Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2011
“I don't understand why Osama was painted as a scapegoat either, it's pretty clear that 9/11 was a government job. I mean come on, tempered steel melts at a much higher temperature than at which jet fuel burns at. The towers were designed to handle up to a dozen airplane collisions each. Everyone knows Cheney was in bed with Enron.”

Dang, so you think that 9/11 was a government job?

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That is all I can say. Yes, tempered steel does melt at a much higher temperature than at which jet fuel burns at. But, you are ignoring the force of the collision as several hundred miles per house. This type of collision could have easily destroyed a skyscraper.

And what evidence is there that the towers were “designed to handle a dozen airplane [collisions] each?” I haven't been presented with any.

I am not saying that our government is not corrupt. Of course it is. But, I find the belief that 9/11 was in inside job to be ungrounded by reality.

“Yeah, so the US invaded Iraq with a few of it's allies and now they're sticking around so that Iraq won't collapse back on itself, I understand that. And also to protect the oil lines from terrorists.”

I am opposed to the occupation. We deposed Saddam, so now we should leave. The only reasons why we are still there are the ones that you mentioned, to protect the oil lines. Thus, in this instance, I agree with you.

With regard to oil, the solution is not to import it, we should drill for it in our own country. We already have plenty of oil under our feet at home.

"WWII was the last noble war. Korea was simply a conflict of interests, Vietnam, please, the US just needed a place to site their ICBMs in case the Cold War ever broke out. Wars are always thought over profit and land, but how they're thought is what counts, honor on the battlefield disappeared on the 9th of august, 1945."

The Korean was a war fought to secure for the Korean people a free nation. While yes, we did secure liberty for the inhabitants of South Korea, we failed with respect to the people in North Korea. I consider this war to be a noble war.

The Vietnam war, while yes, it was a strategic location, it was ultimately part of the effort to secure a place for democracy in the world. We let the South Vietnamese down in that war as we waged a defensive war. And, as any good military tactician knows, a war is won by taking it to your opponent's territory.

Its interesting to note that the ARVN 18th Infantry division of South Vietnam, fought a last stand to the death at an airbase. These men were willing to die for their freedom and independence, and in a fashion similar to that of the 300 Spartans at Thermopylae, they did so.

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I would have been proud to fight as one of them. A war for freedom is always a noble war. And communism, is a threat to freedom.

The Gulf war was fought to secure the independence of the people of Kuwait, and, as you mentioned, also to secure for ourselves a steady supply of oil. If the only justification for the war was economic, then I would be opposed to that war. But, due to the fact that we were defending a free people from a psychopathic Tyrant(i.e. Hussein).

For the reasons that I already mentioned, I support the Iraq war as Hussein broke our cease fire agreements on multiple counts. When a cease fire is broken, war is justifiable.
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SupermanLovesAspen Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
And let's not forget building 7, which also mysteriously collapsed.
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the5thCount Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2011
To quote [link]

"Conspiracy theorists say World Trade Center 7 is the best proof for controlled demolition because it wasn't hit by airliners and only had a few fires. They also claim that there was a confession from the building owner who said he "pulled" it. But this is deceptive because while building 7 wasn't hit by an airliner, it was hit by the large perimeter columns of the Tower collapse. It was 400 ft away but the towers were more than 1300 ft tall. As the tower peeled open, it easily tilted over to reach building 7."
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SupermanLovesAspen Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Well, there are a lot of inconsistencies with 9/11. First of all, the aircraft that crashed on a field, there were no parts to identify it as an aircraft, the materials that airliners are made up of are extremely resilient, jet fuel simply doesn't burn at that temperature. The crash was compared to dozens of other crash sites and all of them were identifiable as airliners.

The one that crashed into the Pentagon, same thing, no identifiable parts. The hotel next to the Pentagon that had a camera pointing it's way, 2 minutes after the explosion FBI agents stormed the hotel and took all recordings.

And yeah, watch or read some of the things the guys said who designed the WTC, it was designed as the net you put over your door summertime to keep the mosquitoes out, even if you pierce one point, the rest will stand. The cores of the towers consisted of dozens of massive steel columns. Even if the impact would have had that much of an effect on the buildings, only the floors should have collapsed, leaving the steel beam core structure standing.
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the5thCount Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2011
"Well, there are a lot of inconsistencies with 9/11. First of all, the aircraft that crashed on a field, there were no parts to identify it as an aircraft, the materials that airliners are made up of are extremely resilient, jet fuel simply doesn't burn at that temperature. The crash was compared to dozens of other crash sites and all of them were identifiable as airliners."

Here is the wikipedia article regarding United Airlines Flight 93 accompanied by photos of debris found at the site.
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I don't think that cruise missiles have windows and United Airlines decals.

"The one that crashed into the Pentagon, same thing, no identifiable parts. The hotel next to the Pentagon that had a camera pointing it's way, 2 minutes after the explosion FBI agents stormed the hotel and took all recordings."

Please look at the photos presented in this link.

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The pentagon was hit by a plane.

"And yeah, watch or read some of the things the guys said who designed the WTC, it was designed as the net you put over your door summertime to keep the mosquitoes out, even if you pierce one point, the rest will stand. The cores of the towers consisted of dozens of massive steel columns. Even if the impact would have had that much of an effect on the buildings, only the floors should have collapsed, leaving the steel beam core structure standing."

Can you link me?
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Rastifan Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
True words. Bill Maher said that. Superstitious redneck hillbilly's in the government is not a good thing as current history shows.
If you believe you have a hot line to god, you are unfit to govern. The difference between Bush and a homeless, where both speaks to god?
- Bush is a Christian because he is rich and there for a pillar of the society.
- The homeless is clearly a mad man because he is poor and cannot be taken seriously .

For me there is no difference at all.
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SwordOfScotland Featured By Owner Jul 25, 2011
Good man! I voted for him 4 times, and his father twice, too!! :)
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SupermanLovesAspen Featured By Owner Jul 25, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Please tell me you're kidding.
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RAMENmanga-ka Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2013  Student Filmographer
wth that made no sense, 4 times? XDD!
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EbolaBears Featured By Owner Jul 25, 2011
Nice work!
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Master-of-the-Boot Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
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angelobelmont Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2011
He may have made some mistakes(all presidents do) but if he's a war criminal then that makes me Lord British:lol:
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SupermanLovesAspen Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
And those mistakes cost hundreds of lives.
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SwordOfScotland Featured By Owner Jul 25, 2011
Not nearly as many as Roosevelt, Truman, Kennedy, or Johnson cost America.
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SupermanLovesAspen Featured By Owner Jul 25, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Yes well. American casualties during WWII weren't nearly as severe as any other country's. But all presidents are basically puppets.
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RAMENmanga-ka Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2013  Student Filmographer
Oh god let's not forget the Civil War, to date the biggest loss of American lives and it was between us XDDD
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angelobelmont Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2011
Well, we couldn't just ignore 9/11, we had to do something...
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EbolaBears Featured By Owner Jul 25, 2011
Uh....so blowing up Iraq was the answer?:no:
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