Re: Desert Storm II?
- Universe "5"
Son completes fathers job and is pleased with himself for saving
family name.......the search for WMD goes on and on.....and on!!
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Yul Tolbert
<yul_tolbert@y...>" <yul_tolbert@y...> wrote:
> In my mind, there are an infinite number of possible outcomes forany
> and all events. That includes the possible war with Iraq. But sinceI
> don't have time to go through all those infinite possible outcomes,Iraq
> I'd like to just bring up a small sample of possible outcomes:
> UNIVERSE "1"
> The war works out better than hoped. Though most of Iraq's military
> machine is destroyed in the conflict, only a small number of Iraqi
> military personnel and civilians are killed. Saddam Hussein
> immediately hands himself over to be tried for war crimes, and Iraq
> is quickly transformed into a democratic nation.
> UNIVERSE "2"
> The U.S. (and it's allies) launch an unrelenting assault against
> destroying most of that nation's military machine. In the process,found
> most of Iraq's military personnel are killed and as many as 500,000
> civilians are also killed. And like bin Laden, Hussein is never
> (mainly because he had plenty of time to get out of Irag before theinto
> UNIVERSE " 3"
> The global peace movement finally persuades the U.S. to cancel the
> invasion of Iraq and employ some other less violent and more
> efficient means of disarming Iraq. (What that is I don't know. I am
> stuck in this particular evil parallel universe after all.)
> UNIVERSE "4"
> Fearing the concequences of a possible war, Hussein agrees to go
> exile. A new, more "cooperative" Iraqi government is then installed.
> Like I said, these are only samples of many, many, many more
> (infinite) possible outcomes for the possible war with Iraq. If you
> have any additional ideas in this area, please let me know.
> "Took a trip inside your heart has seen much better days
> "Before we hit the high one here's to you sideways"
> -- Men Without Hats