Talk:Military preparations for 2003 invasion of Iraq

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Much of the article fails the test of being neutral. The NPAC introduction is at best a disputable interpretation of the facts, and at worst misleading, inaccurate, biased partisan rhetoric. The "opportunity of ages" reference is particularly misleading. (an quote from NPAC, referenced by a biased source, that the wikipedia article indicates is about 9/11, even though the NPAC quote was written before 9/11). In the end, it's non-neutral to the degree that I find it hard to believe the author wasn't intentionally trying to make a statement rather than contribute facts to an encyclopedia. DO - June 11, 2003

What are you talking about? This is a disambiguation page and is not an article. Either way simple edit the text to fix the bias. --mav
He is talking about Military preparations for 2003 invasion of Iraq whose "discuss" link comes here. Confusion understandable. --SEWilco 08:32, 13 Aug 2003 (UTC)

That NPAC stuff is overrated. The "Rebuilding America's Defenses" document is the kind of thing which is continually produced by military and political analysts. There is no "war on Iraq" plan, it seems to only point out that permanent bases in the area seem like a good idea. --SEWilco 08:32, 13 Aug 2003 (UTC)