Thursday, October 18, 2007

Are Bush and Cheney doing a good job?

As the title asks, are George W. Bush and Dick Cheney doing a good job in Iraq? In my honest opinion they had no real good reason to go into Iraq. I haven't supported the Iraq war from the beginning. It was just a terrible idea.
Many people say Bush went in just to get his share of the oil in Iraq.

Some say he actually thought there were "weapons of mass destruction".

In my honest opinion, Bush went in to get his share of oil and also went in to finish what is father, George Bush Sr., started.
The war in Iraq caused the economy in the USA to decline very rapidly. Gas prices sky rocket, small businesses go out of business, and many workers are put out of work.
Bush also owns some major gas companies, this war helps him very much because of the gas prices, this makes his family filthy rich.

Is it a myth or a real fact? Is Dick Cheney really pulling the strings around the White House?
We will never know for sure, but we can get some ideas of what is happening around the White House. Like how Bush has the time to throw a surprise birthday party for Rice. If the White House has the time to do that, I think they should have the time to discuss the matters on the Iraq war and also the Hurricane Katrina incident.

Don't you think so too?


  1. Every war in history has been self-serving, and this one is no different. There is a noble sentiment that COULD explain the Iraq War; stablizing the Middle East is key to stabilizing the world. However, the U.S. failed in its methods and, in particular, how it prepared its citizens for the war. Did the people in charge really think they could tear apart and then rebuild a country in a decade?

    Please note though: Bush either had no idea what was going on (most likely scenario) or that reason did not factor into the decision for war.

  2. I don't view the war as a quest for oil, but moreso finishing what he father started, as you stated. However, Bush isn't really the most opt president for wartime affairs, but thats a whole other story.


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