The Bush Administration’s plan for war in Iraq, violates International laws, furthermore being ethically wrong (Walton). Despite of all the warnings of war, President George W. Bush still tries to convince the United States that war is somehow justified, with his persuasive lies. Although they struggle to justify such an action towards Iraq, war is no and never will be justified. Punishment for such a decision will be the result of loss of allies and the appalling violation of the United States’ historical principle, “never make such an action towards a country that has not harmed America nor America’s depended on allies” (Dudley 28). The consequences, by far out-weigh the positive affects of war.
Initially, September 11th seemed to be the turning point of the United States, although there is no reasonable explanation for such an action (Zinn). But still, particular event had such a dramatic change of the United States’ opinion towards Iraq. Despite of all the evidence that obviously proves Iraq is innocent, the United State...
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... time, money, and lives to accomplish what? Instead, Bush needs to swallow his pride and except his unawareness of warnings
and consequences, then informing the blindly persuaded citizens the poorly hidden truth. Eventually weapons of mass destruction will strike the U.S.A., and will be tragic. Until then the United States needs to make their decisions wisely and take more opinions into consideration before making the final decision of launching military action. Overall the United States should only pronounce war when the situation determines war is justified, rather than proceeding with war when there is no evidence backing up justification. Whether the war is for the protection of the United States and it’s alliances, or for oil and the spread of democracy, the United States needs to make decisions that would influence the future of the Nation in a positive way.
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