Not too bright are you "douchebag". When Bush invaded Iraq, the size of the coalition participating in the invasion numbered four...the United States, Britain, Australia and Poland. Others became involved in "Post invasion" Iraq and most of those provided little or nothing in the way of actual support.
FACT: Obama's entry level "coalition of the willing" FAR outnumbers Bush's initial coalition.
Today, Australia, Canada, France, Italy, Japan, South Korea, Saudi Arabia, Spain, Turkey and the UK issued a joint statement that they hold Syrian President Bashar al Assad responsible for the chemical attacks and condemn the "horrific" attack in Damascus. In their statement, they criticised the UN's response to the crisis, claiming it was "paralysed" and adding: "The world cannot wait for endless failed processes that can only lead to increased suffering in Syria and regional instability...." They called for a "strong international response" and their is no doubt they will join the United States in a military action against Iraq.(Or, take action on their own if the U.S. congress opts out and Obama respects their decision).
Bush - Three.
Obama - Ten.
Once again a condemnation is NOT the same as a coalition.
Hussein was condemned by the UN
On March 27,2003 Number of nations in the coalition was 49