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January 26, 2010



As you say, those who opposed the overthrow of Saddam are committed to 'the assumption that had we not got rid of Saddam everything would somehow have turned out just fine'. However, they rarely state this assumption, and they never seem to defend it. If overthrowing Saddam was so obviously a bad idea, you would think someone could explain how the alternative would have been better, but nobody seems to try. Funny that.

alvin lucier

If I had ten pence for every time I have been told the question "What would have happened had we not invaded" was 'irrelevant', I'd have about £18

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