interesting opinion cricket. fairly mature for a 13 year old. your argument could be strengthened if you included some links to articles that would back up the facts to your allegations. While I find that I more or less agree with you, how do you address the following concern:
Regardless of what should or should not have been done, the fact remains that we are in Iraq, and are attempting to set up some sort of democracy. Is this the right thing to do? What happens if we just pack up and go at this point in the game?
Criticize the past, fine, but live in the present and plan for the future.
it was stupid to invade irak, but it would be even more stupid if the usa withdraw from irak....
everyone should assume their mistakes, and make everything possible to repair them..
unfortunately, i don't think bush is humble enough to ask help from other nations and UN publicly, because he ignored them and treated them like shit because they didn't agree with him at the time...
and that's too bad because bush needs international support and recognition in this war to save his countrimen asses.... (but does he care ?)
Your right it was atomic weapons that we dropped on Japan, not nuclear weapons and there is a large difference so I should have been more specific. However, I think that my point remains valid, what right does a nation that has often used WMD's including atomic bombs on other nations have to dictate who can and cannot have such weapons.
Originally Posted by Jakko1234
P.S Isn't it funny that I think there will be a civil war because of how conservative society is and you think there will be a civil war because of how liberal society is.
P.P.S Unless I'm mistaken I thought the U.S had a ten to one ratio of nuclear weapons over Russia.