Originally Posted by suzzer99
Which really tells you something, that it's still an overwhelming no.
Also I love the attitude that we can never discuss giant mistakes like this in the context of electing a Republican president going forward. For some reason that's just not allowed, even though the odds Gore would have packed his cabinet with neocons who have always wanted to invade Iraq since the first Gulf War are infinitesimal.
Republicans: we must forget the mistakes of history in order to move forward, because er... something something
One thing it might tell you, if you're open to thinking about this objectively, is how much Barack Obama has bungled the follow up job.
It also might tell you that some people think overturning Saddam's regime was not worth ushering in a new era of democrat control at home.
But I'm sure you don't entertain these possibilities because they aren't middle of the road thoughts.
“[Cruz] might not be the most fun to have a drink at the bar with, but America needs a designated driver.” - Mica Mosbacher, wife of the late Robert Mosbacher, Secretary of Commerce