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Lessons of Iraq War Error Ignored

August 29, 2013

For many years, former President George W. Bush and his administration have been condemned by many for allegedly going to war against Iraq under false pretenses in 2003....

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TrollSlayer

Aug-30-13 7:42 AM

“The president does not have power under the Constitution to unilaterally authorize a military attack in a situation that does not involve stopping an actual or imminent threat to the nation." - Candidate Barry Benghazi, Dec 7, 2007

Yeah, funny Goosy.

Politifact rates Obumbler a full flop on this issue. And you flipped in lock step. LOL

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Gooseman

Aug-30-13 6:37 AM

So now the Intel admits it supported a dangerous policy when lilbush wanted a useless and unnecessary war? The Intel tripped over itself publishing every lie lilbush told them to publish. Funny how attitudes about war change simply when politics change.

If some crazy leader wants to use chemical weapons against people, and we have military troops that could be reached by those weapons, I don't think sending a message, like a cruise missile, is a dangerous policy.

Get your politics out of our national defense because it makes America weaker.

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atoddh

Aug-29-13 8:50 PM

the biblical accounts or WWIII suggest an alliance with Iran Syria and Russia along with the Arab nations and China vs the West. Syria is specifically named.

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WaterBuffaloRider

Aug-29-13 12:30 PM

"You may remember" the editor wanted troops to sacrifice for the war but not tax payers. "Good Heavens!"

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