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July 18, 2002

Scott Ritter Denounces Iraq Campaign

Remember Scott Ritter, the hero of conservatives who denounced Clinton for his policy in Iraq. Well, now he is denouncing Bush's invasion talk as wrong-headed. And conservatives are turning on their former hero with a vengeance, including accusations that he is on the Iraqi payroll or, more bizarrely, on the CIA payroll.

Posted by Nathan at July 18, 2002 12:03 AM

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Very interesting. If I may vaguely cite a friend of a friend of a friend of a senior military guy as a source, the officer believes:

that Iraq is not any more poorly contained than over the last decade;

our priority should be to complete the decapitation of Al-quaeda: there maybe twenty guys who can lead this motley crue and bring us another 9/11 - the rest are a bunch of individually dangerous but disorganized rabble;

that it is the civilians (cry Wolf!) that want to go after Iraq - the military is a lot more cautious.

So, can we get Iraq? Please, he says: Didn't you read the sticker that says "Superpower"? Well, they don't lack for confidence, anyway.

Anyway, this seems to jibe with the Ritter squawk. How about that.

Posted by: Tom from Detroit at July 18, 2002 02:10 PM

Scott Ritter; "Opinions are like assholes, everyone has one and your stinks.!"

Scott screams out "I am an American Citizen.!" So what's your point Ritter, so was John Walker Lindh.?

Saddam supporters paid you $80,000USD for your opinion, which you excepted. You are a trader to the United States.

Greg Spinney
Dallas, Texas

Posted by: Greg Spinney at September 12, 2002 02:28 PM

Scott Ritter is a Looser, with a Capital "L".. just another bleeding heart Democrat that can't count or punch a chad.

I just wish our Great President would quit beating around the Bush and lets go kick some ass in Iraq already.

Dam Sand Nigers hate Americans but sure do love our money, and SUV's...

Jerry S.

Posted by: Jerry Springer at November 25, 2002 12:59 AM

Look; war is ugly and worthless. The taking of innocent lives, or the crippling and maiming of people...

Nevertheless, allowing a person such as Scott Ritter to be the spokes person for the anti-war movement is like giving Adolph Hitler the Nobel Peace Prize.

Scott Ritter is a compromised individual, he has excepted money from a regime which starves, murders and gases their people (how many people went hungry, and Scott took their food money), and it has come to everyones attention that he like little girls.. guy sound reputable to me, sure...

No war, sure.. but not because some diddler says so.!

Posted by: James vs. Scott Ritter at January 28, 2003 01:13 AM

Hay :: :O) 87 Billion dollars.!! A quote from Winston Churchill written in a letter in 1928, "We are sitting a-top an ungrateful volcano."

When are we going to learn, get our troops our of Iraq and get George Bush outta office..

I guess we can all agree, he really out did his daddy, not only did he not get Saddam, what happen to Osama Bin Forgotten.???

Oh Georgie
The Bush"NOT"forPresident.com

Posted by: Brett at November 11, 2003 04:23 AM

Hay :: :O) 87 Billion dollars.!! A quote from Winston Churchill written in a letter in 1928, "We are sitting a-top an ungrateful volcano."

When are we going to learn, get our troops our of Iraq and get George Bush outta office..

I guess we can all agree, he really out did his daddy, not only did he not get Saddam, what happen to Osama Bin Forgotten.???

Oh Georgie
The Bush"NOT"forPresident.com

Posted by: Brett at November 11, 2003 04:23 AM

Hay :: :O) 87 Billion dollars.!! A quote from Winston Churchill written in a letter in 1928, "We are sitting a-top an ungrateful volcano."

When are we going to learn, get our troops our of Iraq and get George Bush outta office..

I guess we can all agree, he really out did his daddy, not only did he not get Saddam, what happen to Osama Bin Forgotten.???

Oh Georgie
The Bush"NOT"forPresident.com

Posted by: Brett at November 11, 2003 04:23 AM

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