posted on Jul, 1 2005 @ 01:15 AM
If the administration decides to go anywhere else, be it Iran or wherever, there will be huge call ups of reservists. Military towns will be ghost
towns within weeks of any decision. They wont alarm the American people as a whole until we are poised to strike, or if a draft is implimented.
Bush is definatly over his head in Iraq. I think all the war planners on this one suspected that Iraq would conform to our ideals rather quickly.
Instead, they sort of opened up the floodgates of hell to every terrorist in the region.
No one is saying it, but alot of these cultures are savage and about two hundred years behind on alot of things. They arent ready of democracy, and I
think its rather ignorant of us to think its our God-given right to spread it througout the world.
That being said, if the Iranians want democracy or something, then I think it is up to them to rise up against thier government. The 13 colonies
didnt have any outside interfearance until after the revolution began.
Order in Iraq was alot better with Saddam. The guy is the Hitler of our time, but he knew how to run a country, and keep the terrorists out. With
him in power, Baghdad was lit at least 20 hours a day straight. Now, Baghdad is lucky to have half that at random intervals.
I think Bush would be smart to reinstall Saddam. Even though its unlikely, we could allow him to be our puppet. Hell, he still thinks of himself as
the President of Iraq, why not let him be the President of Iraq.