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Presidential hopeful Ron Paul clobbers the Bush administration for using misleading intelligence to wage wars on harmless nations.
In a rare campaign appearance in Iowa, Congressman Ron Paul said going to war with Iraq was 'one of the worst things' the country has done under the rule of President George W. Bush.
"We were told it had something to do with 9/11. We were told the Iraqis had weapons of mass destruction, that they were a threat to us, and that our national security was threatened. And none of these were true," the 10-term Texas Congressman continued.
The Republican also reminded the audience that while the White House has been favoring hostile action since World War II, America has not even managed to win a single war.
"Just to deliberately start a war, a pre-emptive war against a third-world country that poses no threat, that should be no part of the American system of government," Paul affirmed.