Is what you're living for today, worth dying for tomorrow?
That said, "win" and "lose" are hard terms to use in this situation. We technically "won" the moment we got Hussein out of power, we just had a lot of trouble with the aftermath.
We technically "won" the moment we got Hussein out of power, we just had a lot of trouble with the aftermath.
We only had trouble with the “aftermath” as it has been defined by the Liberals and drive-by media.
Apparently, the Liberal media and a majority of uninformed Americans think that we can and should only fight wars where we can accurately predict the outcome and have ZERO losses.
But then, that is not the REAL world and is a testament to the failure of our media and education systems to inform and to teach.
This is why I will NEVER support any further intervention of American troops ANYWHERE regardless of which party is in control unless it is the result of a direct attack on our soil. The American people have shown that they are incapable of supporting our military in such efforts and are more inclined to be fooled by a Liberal media who always cheered American failures and kowtowed to America's enemies.
They didn't want us involved in WWI, they didn't want us involved in WWII, they didn't want us involved in Korea, they didn't want us involved in Vietnam and they didn't want us involved in Kuwait.
They only wanted us involved 9-11 for the first few weeks. After that, they claimed they were against the war before they were for it.