Re: Is the media responsible for the war in Iraq?
saddam is responsible for the war in iraq.
he had 12 years and many un resolutions.
he was a liar and murderer, a merciless dictator.
he chose to not comply with the world and continued to
be a threat to his countrymen and his neighbors.
as for wmd's?
what was al-tuwaitha all about and why didnt we see it in the media.
what did you expect wmd's to be?
we found sarin and mustard gas.
some of which was used against us.
saddam had missiles he was supposed to have destroyed.
there are still many documents yet to be translated that we have captured.
the surge is working well.
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Yet even after hundreds of centuries of evolution, when tragedy strikes beyond our community, our compassion wanes as the number of displaced, injured and dead mounts.
Some back story
A Dunbar Correlation
Professor Dunbar's response:
Friendship, kinship and limitations
Gray matter matters
There is an eclectic list of reasons why compassion may collapse, irrespective of sheer numbers:
In the end
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