President G H W Bush defeated Iraq with minimal casualties and no occupation in the First Gulf War..<quoted text>
You're idea of following any leader and agreeing to be led down any path without even questioning where you're being led historically has had a bad outcome.
The last leader got permission from Congress to lead us into two wars. The first one was almost unanimous and the second one had 111 of your side on his side.
This president only wants to lead one side. He demonizes the rest of us and our elected representatives and goes out of his way to make us seem irrelevant.
You can see how that might lead to rebellion and not wanting to be led around by the nose.
The House, however, has continued to do its job and has passed numerous bipartisan pieces of legislation that doesn't even get brought up for a vote in the Senate.
H-A-R-R-Y-R-E-I-D spells the gridlock in Congress. No one else.
President G W Bush directed an occupation costing 4500 American lives and resulting in the Islamic State in Syria and Iraq.
President George W. Bush who, on Dec. 14, 2008, signed with Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki a Status of Forces Agreement for the withdrawal of ALL U.S. forces—not just combat forces—from Iraq by Dec. 31, 2011.
111 Democrats voting did not direct American Occupation of Iraq and the disaster that followed.