...the United States should never get involved in a war in the Middle East - it's a war we cannot win.
Why did we do this? Why are we involved over there? Does our leadership not realize that these sects have been fighting each other for more than a thousand years? What could we as such a young, mixed up country do to make the Middle East change their ways? NOTHING! We are in a war that we cannot win (a war on terror? I mean, c'mon, what is that?) against an enemy we cannot see, and who will fight to the last man, woman, and child to defeat us - what was the Bush administration thinking?
Now, we can't simply pull out - we've made a mess and we need to try to clean it up! But, the body count continues to rise, we've helped to start a civil war, and the balance of power in the Middle East is crumbling before our very eyes. So, was Sadam really that bad? Did he really pose that big a threat to our national security? Where are we now? Worse off, or better?