To answer the OP:
I am not sure if the Iraq war was worth it. I am still a bit bitter over being sold on a lie and the language they used to justify the war, but if it can be tied in anyway to the changes occurring the Middle East, I would be inclined to give credit where it is due. I cannot vote, however, because a "I am not sure yet" option is not available.
Last edited by whysoserious; 12-16-11 at 09:57 PM.
Ted Cruz is the dumbest person alive.
"Invaded" is the semantics.
Definition of INVADE
1: to enter for conquest or plunder
2: to encroach upon : infringe
3a : to spread over or into as if invading : permeate <doubts invade his mind> b : to affect injuriously and progressively <gangrene invades healthy tissue>
Invade - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster Dictionary
We entered "encroached" into Vietnam. We invaded the North and we invaded Cambodia. You can call it entering to defend if you like, but ultimately we sent more troops that did invasions to win or conquer. I am sure that you think that I mean the North and I am already wondering how your will skip and didge actually just answering a simple question this time.
Seriously... what a joke.