The Bush administration is a complete failure and will be remembered for being the most untrustworthy and devisive presidents this country has ever had.The news media and the ignorant believers of his BS are to blame and will be responsible for this country's demise. We need results , not excuses. Four more years in the same direction this boy has taken us will bankrupt the country and cause American's to be hated throuout the world. We should be allowed to register for or against Bushes war in Iraq when registering for the draft. Then when more troops are needed for Iraq or Iran, Korea etc. wars; we could select from this coalition of the supporters who were duped into believing his BS.
I am only stating my position on this war YOU and Bush have elected to fight. Now you should be redy to fight in Iraq and Iran etc. or have your children fight there, but leave me and my children out of what you have elected to do. There is now a movement that would require a person who registers for the draft with the selective service to state their political party. This will allow the selective service to select first those who are suporting Bush's wars when the draft is resumed in Bush's second term after Iran and Seria are invaded. This seems fair and balanced to me and you need to remain steadfast in your commitment to your war with the terrorist in the Middle East.
Bush is no cowboy as he would like you to believe. He was offered a duel with Hussain by the defense minister of Hussain's Iraqi government prior to Bush's decision to send kids over to overturn the Iraqi government. Bush laufed it off and refused the offer. I have known some real cowboys, they would have accepted the offer without hesitation. Boy Bush is no cowboy.
NY times reports fails to mention the approximately 600,000 tons of munitions that existed in Iraq...makes that 385 tons seem kind small.
The entire country of Iraq was a weapons stockpile. So far, 243,000 tons of weapons and explosives have been secured and destroyed. In addition, 163,000 tons of weapons and explosives have been secured and are awaiting destruction. All the Monday morning-quarterbacking and armchair-generaling in the world by John Kerry won't make up for the fact that he does not have a vision, a strategy or a plan to fight and win the War on Terror.
Saddam Hussein's government stored weapons in mosques, schools, hospitals and countless other locations throughout Iraq. Yet, John Kerry showed today that he still cannot decide whether Saddam Hussein was a threat or not. He claims the weapons our troops have secured and destroyed were not a threat, but any other weapons were.