We should not have gone to war in Iraq on March 18, 2003.
Knowing what we know today, few Americans would disagree with that statement.
The Congress at the time disagreed. In bi-partisan votes, both the House and Senate supported the resolution put before them to go to war.
At the time, honorable people did disagree, such as Pope John Paul II:
The president is asking us to kill people.
Think about this. We are Americans. We believe in a fundamental right to life (unless you’re a Democrat, of course).
The Nobel Peace Prize winner, who is also the president of the United States of America, has justly expressed his outrage at the mass killing of Syrian civilians via chemical weapons. He wants to do something about it: he wants to use American might to potentially kill some Syrians.
Specifically, as I understand it, President Obama wants to …Read More
By John F. Kennedy “Our true choice is not between tax reduction, on the one hand, and the avoidance of large federal deficits on the other. It is increasingly clear that no matter what party is in power, so long as our [needs] keep rising, an economy hampered by restrictive tax rates will never produce…Read More