So the Second Gulf War has officially entered the history books as the United States is withdrawing its combat troops. The costs have pretty much been
tallied. So, my question is simple...was it worth it? Did the US accomplish what it set out to achieve and was the price in dollars and casualties in
keeping with the results?
Excuse the self-bump...but I'm really interested in hearing some opinions on this subject. We all know that the story ain't over, but we've
certainly reached a point where we can legitimately look back and draw some conclusions. Any takers?
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