No. The Bush administration is trying to defuse criticism of the shambles it has made of the economy, its attempts to reward the rich for existing, and its total failure to capture Osama bin Laden, not to mention the mess in Afghanistan.
President Bush has not even come close to making a case for a preemptive strike against Iraq.
Invading Iraq to settle a Bush family score is the height of immorality.
Why is a diplomatic solution to the North Korean crisis acceptable to the administration whereas they appear to be totally committed to armed conflict in Iraq?
We are losing our soul, even if we win.
As a four-year veteran, I grieve for the United States and the current situation with Iraq. We are becoming what we deplore.
Iraq is nothing but a distraction to take our minds off Bush's deplorable domestic record and a faltering economy.
Most of the rest of the world is aware the U.S. government is more interested in capturing the region's oil supplies rather than bringing democracy to Iraq.
There are only two reasons G.W. Bush is pursuing this actions: oil and ego. Neither justifies the human or economic cost to this nation.
Thirty-one respondents offered supplemental comments. No comments were received in support of military force. - Editor