No, he came to Kuwait, and looted it, and I don't remember them inviting him. And there was never a treaty signed after that, there was only a conditional ceasefire, and the conditions of the ceasefire is that Saddam submit to weapons inspections, and he breached that ceasefire by kicking the inspectors out. There was never any treaty ever signed, and therefore the first war was never officially over. That is a little fact that nobody seems to want to mention.<quoted text>
We can be here all day but you have been "fox" washed.
Did Saddam try to come to America?
You need to prove that one. I don't recall Saddam putting his money in US banks. But if you are correct, then surely you can substantiate that.<quoted text>
Saddam was SCREWED by America after sending him up a grease pole.
America does this to many dictators...gets them to steal the wealth..bank it in US controlled banks and then "freeze" his billions and FORGET to give to the people from whom they steal.
Overcharging the Iraqis? It was the US taxpayers that ended up paying for it all. And now Iraq has a good budget surplus, while the US is heavily in debt. And Iraq would be in great shape right now, if they stopped killing each other.<quoted text>
The infrastructure was destroyed by America.
Rebuilt by america OVERCHARGING iraqis and then taking the credit for it?