Approval gained from a very targeted campaign of misleading information and half truths at the very best and outright disinformation and pushing of bad intel at worst.Followed by the Iraq War Resolution, approved with overwhelming majorities in both House and Senate,
Which you think somehow makes this all okay, completely dismissing the fact that the invasion of Iraq wasn't "necessary or appropriate." He screwed up big time, pitching Congress and gaining their approval doesn't make this all go away.which authorized President Bush to use the Armed Forces of the United States "as he determines to be necessary and appropriate"
The national security of the United States was not in jeopardy. Please show me evidence otherwise.in order to "defend the national security of the United States against the continuing threat posed by Iraq;
Again, you act as if this somehow makes what he did right, moral, and justified. It doesn't. The White House misled Congress and everyone else and the evidence absolutely substantiates the fact that Bush got it wrong, that there was no threat to our national security.and enforce all relevant United Nations Security Council Resolutions regarding Iraq."
Look you can cite this stuff all day long, we all heard about it when it went down. It's been much debated. This is an overwhelming abundance of information available to us now, that was available to Bush back in the run up to the war, that would have reasonable men taking pause when considering such a costly decision. In fact it had numerous experts working in the Pentagon saying "stop, don't do this, it's not necessary." Bush made a very, very bad decision and it cost this nation, and the nation of Iraq, dearly.