Plutarch, you know damn well I've wasted well over 100,000+ words responding to your zany "In Defense of Saddam's Iraq" posts and threads. You're not curious about anything. You've never been curious. Your mind has been made up from the beginning.
I am curious as to why you think Saddam wanted revenge so bad he would lose his regime and life for it.
I could defend every single one of my positions and I could annihilate all those taken by you followers of that bogus religion. But your mind's made up. So what the hell is the point? Please refute. Cite someone other than Stephen Hayes, or has linked to Stephen Hayes. I’ve cited more than enough government reports, primary sources, academic studies, etc to show that Saddam didn’t have significant ties to Osama or al Qaeda. Yet you conveniently ignore this evidence, or deny it is significant, or try to twist it into something that advocates your position.
You cite a 300,000 dollar payment from Saddam’s regime to Ayman al-Zawhiri’s Egyptian Islamic Jihad as proof the two were in collaboration. Who came up with this evidence, Stephen Hayes, and his anonymous source in the administration? Since you and those you cite state this is irrefutable evidence of a link it should be easy to answer these questions with specifics: where did the money go, what did it pay for, who received it, who sent it, what bank was used, were there additional payments, who negotiated the payment, who else knew about the payment, how did the US government find out about it?
I could defend every single one of my positions and I could annihilate all those taken by you followers of that bogus religion.
Back it up and I will leave SP forever, never to bother you again.
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