A banner proclaiming Luke 2:14 "Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good will toward men." at a Christmas for Refugees event in Iraq

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  1. [bruno]: “But even if the Murkins decided to leave SH in peace, that doesn’t nesiecarsly mean that other parties couldn’t take action.”Other parties DID take action, or had you forgotten those UN resolutions that Saddam gave the two-finger salute to? Oh yeah, I forgot, we’re in Brunoland where Brunohistory started in 2003, right?[bruno]: “The point is to illustrate that there are many roads to justice, and that not all of them involve America and its ad hoc allies du jour playing at cowboys and indians.”Uh, ok. A few realistic examples wouldn’t go amiss, and see if you can bring yourself to consider why they hadn’t worked in the twelve years before the start of Brunohistory.[bruno]: “You can have my cast-iron guarantee that exiling Saddam and holding elections would have been far less ‘nasty’ than this tragic invasion.”Easy as that, huh? Just click your heels together and repeat “There’s no place like a poolside cocktail bar in Amman” (and try not to think about how that worked out for Saddam’s own sons-in-law). Then just throw together an aul’ UN-sponsored election… no danger that you’d still end up trying to glue Sergio de Mello back together. Yep, all sounds very Brunolandishly plausible.

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