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Palestinian women protest hold posters of Iraqi President Saddam Hussein as they chant slogans against a U.S.-led war in Iraq during a pro-Iraq rally in the West Bank town of Ramallah on Friday, March 21, 2003. Thousands of Palestinians holding pictures of Saddam Hussein poured out of mosques in the Gaza Strip and the West Bank after Friday prayers to protest the U.S.-led attacks on Iraq and cheered for the Iraqi leader to again bombard Israeli cities with Scud missiles. (AP Photo/Muhammed Muheisen)

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Now how can he bomb with them? Clearly, these Scuds (if they exist) are invisible because UN Inspectors never found them and inspections work, right? Puke.

You lie down with dogs...

Must be an awful feeling to put all your faith and trust in leaders that are so incompetent.

I see the Palestinians have realized that that their Iraqi cash-flow has dried up.

This is about as clear an example of purchased loyalty as the world has ever seen.

The Iraqi's seem to feel a little different

Why is it that everyone looks at world opinion unless that opinion is from the very people they think they're saving?

That's not quite correct, Robb. Only anti-American opinion counts, so if the Iraqis were ferociously opposing us at every turn, I'm sure it would matter. ;-)

Losers, every last one of them. I've figured out the Willey Coyote is Palestinian. Why else does he always get his butt kicked?

If the Palestinians love Iraq so much, perhaps it would be a fitting irony to move them there.

After the liberation, of course.

Kirk, you're a genius!
"Wile E. Coyote is Palestinian!"
Remember you have to spit a little bit when you say "Wile E. Coyote - ththuper genuis"

These are the same women who will be on their knees weeping and thanking the soldiers when they finally have the right to have and give voice their OWN opinion!