Stupid slogans bug me. "Bush lied; People Died" crawled all over me like a thousand roaches. It's cliché. It's unimaginative. And it's just so simpleton simplistic and emotionally stunted. It's like we're in first grade, "I am rubber, you are glue, what you say bounces off me and sticks on you."
Anyway, there are some non-lying reasons we went to Iraq and more will surface:
Today we’re only beginning to learn about what went on behind the scenes in regard to Iraq. One important new source is the recently published War and Decision by Douglas Feith, the No. 3 civilian at the Pentagon from 2001 to 2005. Feith quotes extensively from unpublished documents and contemporary memorandums, just as in the late 1940s Robert Sherwood did in Roosevelt and Hopkins and Winston Churchill did in his World War II histories. The picture Feith paints is at considerable variance from the narratives with which we’ve become familiar.I just don't want to hear B...L; P....D (I can't even write it out) again.