posted on Sep, 27 2004 @ 08:53 PM
Well see, alot of people tend to "lump" everything into one big categorie. First off, everytime anything goes wrong in the government, it's Bush
that everyone blames. There are other branches of the government that get a voice in many aspects of our country (The U.S). I mean, a lot of people
completely forget about our legislative and judicial branch. Congress and the president are seperate. The president is just another part in this.
Back to the topic: The other countries were just as willing to go into Iraq as the U.S. was. The war on terrorism, and the war in Iraq are different
things. The intelligence that Bush used, not only coming from his administration but also from people like Kerry and Clinton, told him to go in. He
did not lie, he acted on the information that he had from many people other than just his administration. When said information turned out to be
(possibly) wrong, everyone else bailed on him and left him in this alone. Although Saddam (possibly) didn't have WMD's, it was still a good thing
to get rid of him. You can't really listen to poles. I have heard polls that say 90% of Iraqi's like Bush, and I've heard polls that say only 5%
like him. Nobody places any of the blame on the other countries that are in this with us, that's what the thread is about. Just because Bush is the
the most influential does not mean that he should be the only one focused on. Specialasian mentioned that he doesn't like to bring up Howard and
Blair because alot of people haven't heard of them. If people don't know of them, inform them of these people. That's what this site is about,
I hear many people talking about how we've made the rest of the world hate us. I'd like to say this, when did the ever like us!?