clinton vs. Sadam - Food for thought

Dennis Putnam dap1 at MINDSPRING.COM
Mon Nov 17 18:59:33 MST 1997


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1. clinton campaigned against Bush claiming he spent too much time on
foreign affairs. Rush predicted clinton's presidency would be defined by
foreign affairs. Sadly the soccer moms bought clinton's line and could not
see the implications of Rush's prediction.

2. Does clinton have the international respect to hold the Arab colition
together or even reassemble it?

3. Does Israel trust clinton like it did Bush enough to refrain from
retaliation should Sadam launch SCUDs at them again. If Israel attacks Iraq
the colition will fall apart for sure. That was the biggest fear during
Desert Storm.

4. Will Sadam, knowing what a jerk clinton is in the foreign affairs area,
test the theory of 3?

5. Has the fact that the US elected a traitor, war protestor and one that
has written that he "loathes the military" to the presidency influenced
Sadam to test clinton?

6. Had Bush been re-elected in '92 and/or Dole in '96, would Sadam have even
tried what he is attempting?

7. Is the social engineered military, that clinton has gutted since in
office, capable of launching a successful precision strike against Iraq like
it did in Desert Storm? Is the morale, training and respect for its
commander-in-chief sufficient for the troops to be successful without
excessive casualties?

8. What if the troops say they believe a strike against Iraq is morally
wrong and refuse? What can clinton say?

Inquiring minds want to know.

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