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On Balance, Was the Iraq War Worth It?

ericynot Wrote: Mar 21, 2013 1:01 PM
Birdman, when was the last time that this country went 6 months without being at war somewhere? We've been almost continuously at war since Japan surrendered in 1945. We have no room to tell others about peace.
ericynot Wrote: Mar 21, 2013 1:38 PM
And more --

War in Northwest Pakistan 2004-2013
Yemen 2010-2013
Operation Enduring Freedom, Trans-Sahara 2007-2013
Second Liberian Civil War 2003
Libyan Civil War 2011
ericynot Wrote: Mar 21, 2013 1:37 PM

Cold War 1947-1991
First Indochina War 1950-1954
Korean War 1950-1953
Second Indochina War (Vietnam War) 1953-1975
Laotian Civil War 1953-1975
Cambodian Civil War 1970-1975
Invasion of the Dominican Republic 1965-1966
Invasion of Grenada 1983
Lebanon Crisis (Operation Blue Bat) 1958
Lebanese Civil War 1982-1984
Gulf of Sidra Incident 1981
Invasion of Panama (Operation Just Cause) 1989-1990
Gulf War 1990-1991
Iraqi No-fly Zones 1991-2003
Somali War 1992-1994
Bosnian War 1993-1995
Operation Uphold Democracy (Haiti) 1194-1995
Bombings of Afghanistan and Sudan 1998
Kosovo War 1999
Afghanistan War 2001-2013
Iraq War 2003-2011
Birdman III Wrote: Mar 21, 2013 1:10 PM
Name names and put in times

Ten years ago this week, the United States led an invasion of Iraq with the explicit purpose of overthrowing Saddam Hussein. The preceding months had been filled with vehement protests against the impending war, expressed in editorials, in advertisements, and in rallies so vast that some of them made it into the Guinness Book of World Records. With so many people against the invasion, who supported it?

Well, if you were like the great majority of Americans – you did. In February and March 2003, Newsweek's polls...