And the post I was responding to wasn't partisan at all?<quoted text>
that is the most partisan and stupidest statement you could have come back with,
And congress at the time was republican<quoted text> Bush did not take us to war, CONGRESS DID!
It "wasn't a war as declared"? Tomato, to(mah)to. Cheney himself admitted that Saddam had no links to Al-Queda. Saddam wasn't funding terrorism any more than a lot of countries do... including us. We trained Bin-Laden, remember? Are we supposed to attack every country that we think might be funding terrorism? Your point is such a tired one.<quoted text> and in reality it wasn't a war as declared, what were we susposed to do, sit back while saddam funded terroism, launched missles, worked on WMDs, killed civilians, violated 17 UN resolutions, used WMDs on Iraqi citizens and Iranians, murdered more than 1 million people,
We definitely don't stand for preemptively invading countries on shaky evidence at best.<quoted text>libs stand for nothing,
Blah, blah "anybody that's not in lock step with me is a communist."<quoted text>I did not want to go into Iraq, but it was too risky not to and for any anti-American traitor to use that as a political excuse is a socialist low life,
question: where are the WMDs? or did they ever exist? If the UN inspectors said they were there then we should get out of the UN right now, but libotards have orgasims when talking about the UN,