In reading much of the opposition to the war in Iraq, I'm reminded of Jack Nicholson's famous line in the movie "A Few Good Men."
With the war now winding down and the Iraqi people free of Saddam's cruelty, still there are anti-war protests, anti-Bush rhetoric, America is wrong rhetoric, in plentiful supply both here and around the world.
Still the belief is perpetuated that America wants only to exploit the Iraqi oil and other big business interests. The Dems are bringing back the ghost of Halliburton in a vain attempt to bring down the Bush Presidency.
For myself, this war was about two things; Preventing Saddam from obtaining nukes and wmd's to pass on to terrorists, and freedom for the Iraqi people from two decades of the most ruthless, brutal, despotic regime in history.
But from reading many posts here and other forums, you would think it was President Bush who's running a despotic regime. Many of you are sounding a lot like that Iraqi Minister of Information, Mohammed Saeed al-Sahhaf. This guy would speak on Iraqi tv about how coalition forces were being slaughtered by the Republican Guard, how no coalition forces were in Baghdad, meanwhile, Marines and Baghdad citizens are tearing down Saddam's statue and dragging the head thru the streets.
Well, while we wait for the full documented case of wmd's and Al Qaeda connection to come around, here's more info you can ignor or attempt to discredit about why we had to liberate Iraq.....
Freedom's Bell & Iraq's Smoking Guns
Naysayers have nowhere to run and nowhere to hide
"Do not believe Bankins. Listen only to me!"
[This message was edited by B Bankins on April 13, 2003 at 05:11 AM.]