Did the American invasion of Iraq create more or less Terrorists?
by Napanice (no login)
You decide, more than 3,000 American soldiers are now dead and tens of thousands of Iraqis have been killed. The recent spate of suicide bombings and attacks on American military is undoubtedly a clear indication that the violent and terrorist atmosphere in Iraq has only added to the Sep 11 attack on the World Trade Center by Osama Bin Laden.
In his State of the Nation speech, George Bush will say that the consequences of failure in the nearly four-year-old Iraq war "would be grievous and far reaching."
Guess what, Iraq did not start this war. The United States did under the leadership of George W. Bush! Did he create this situation in Iraq or didn't he? Did he expect the Iraqis to just sit back and watch while he bombed the hell out of Baghdad while claiming that the US wanted to "liberate" them from Saddam Hussein?
So now the Iraqi war could result in "grievous and far reaching" impact on the US? What the hell did George W. Bush expect when he ordered the invasion of a sovereign country who never attacked the US and did not possess the weapons of mass destruction as alleged by the Americans?
And what about Osama Bin Laden, is he still the most wanted criminal in the US after the execution of Saddam Hussein? It sure looks like no one is looking for him after what he did on Sep 11.
The American public is not stupid, they know exactly what kind of idiotic mess their president had led them into and they want it to stop now!
Posted on Jan 23, 2007, 4:51 PM from IP address 184.108.40.206