Dave Brownlow on War & Peace
Constitution Party Senate Challenger
A: We should let the Iraqi people handle their own security needs, and remove all foreign troops from their country.
Armed with "intelligence" that was fed to us by Iranian double agents, George Bush usurped the power to declare war, a power that Congress alone possesses, and on his own, launched an undeclared, unprovoked attack against a country that posed no danger to us.
Even under the terms of the "USE OF FORCE" authorization, the Iraqi occupation is completely illegal. There is no evidence Iraq was ever any kind of threat to the American people. There is no evidence Iraq was involved in 9/11. There is no evidence Iraq had huge WMD stockpiles. There is no evidence Iraq was trying to buy nuclear weapons material from Nigeria. There is however, plenty of evidence that we were repeatedly lied to by those we have entrusted to serve us.
Must not have been too important of a mission as we broke off whatever it was we were doing in Afghanistan and went after our former friend and CIA double agent, Saddam Hussein. Does John McCain have a hundred year plan for Afghanistan too?
Meanwhile, our good friends in Israel are busily stirring the pot, doing their best to provoke an incident--with their dire warnings about the Iranian nuclear threat growing more intense, and desperate, every day.
We have been down this ugly road before, and we know where it ends--a sudden, and uniquely American Weapon of Mass Destruction called "freedom and democracy" may be exploding over an Iranian neighborhood soon.
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