Monday, March 19, 2007

Four Years Later

Four years ago today, George W. Bush decided he would go on a little Iraqi adventure. He lied and schemed his way into making the American people believe that Saddam was a horrible man who had WMD's and had helped plan the 9/11 attacks. Four years later, Saddam is dead and Iraq is in a civil war. This war can not be won and we should pull all American troops out today.

Okay, that should satisfy the Left-wing. Now on to some rational thinking. Today marks the fourth year since American troops invaded Iraq and removed a mass murdered from power. While it hasn't gone the way the administration would have liked, it was still the right decision. I commend the men and woman who are putting their butts on the line in this War On Terror, not just in Iraq, and wish them all a speedy, safe return home. And it saddens me that so many people in this country have no faith in the ability of our troops. While some who read this blog don't agree, the American military is the best in the world and I happen to believe that they can win this war.


Anonymous said...

I agree with your second paragraph but I sure wish the Administration would take the handcuffs and leg shakles off the military to fight this war to win. They still are being constrained in ways that is geared toward a losing endevour rather than the objective first layed out; to win.

Christopher Lee said...

What ever happened to the George Bush who did what he did because he felt it was right and didn't let polls dictate how he did things? I miss that Bush.

Mrs Xoke said...

I don't think it is the administration that has put leg irons and shackles on our military. I think it is the press. Because of the press the soldiers are not only fighting a war on terror but also a war of image. It sickens me.