He was unimportant from a security perspective. The welfare of the Iraqi people and the containment of terrorism should have been the priority.He was the leader of Iraq. I guess that's unimportant from a neoconservative prospective.
Killing terrorists may be a personal problem for you but having them free to move around can be very harmful to those who only want to live their lives in peace, and that includes the majority of Muslims.Killing terrorists is a big problem for me when it also causes the deaths of vast number of innocents.
Well certainly, which is why those countries harboring terrorists should consider their positions. Hitler and Mussolini, as just two examples, committed acts of violence and paid for it, as should those who support terrorism. And they will pay as soon as the US and other democracies elect strong leaders. ISIS and the like should enjoy their position while they can.Violence begets violence.