As Jeb has reminded us, Dubya is our problem, not his. Or Gohmert's. Or the Republican Party's, it seems
South Carolina Republican Senator Lindsey Graham insisted on Monday that the Iraq War was not a mistake.
On Thursday, Bush finally relented and joined others in the GOP field in admitting that the Iraq War was a mistake.
The invasion of Iraq and its bungled aftermath created millions of refugees. Rand Paul doesn't think the United States owes them anything
It is true, George W. Bush is hapless, but he is also an idiot for not recognizing his own failures as president and in fact actually regards himself as a raging success.
Jeb doesn't realize how critical it is he convince us he is not his brother, because the more you listen to him, the more alike they sound
But of course, Iraq was not a just war; far from it, it was a criminal enterprise from start to finish
‘It was my duty to shoot the enemy, and I don’t regret it. My regrets are for the people I couldn’t save: Marines, soldiers, buddies. I’m not naive, and I don’t romanticize war. The worst moments of my life have come as a SEAL. But I can stand before God with a clear conscience about doing my job’ – Chris Kyle
If the Republicans win the White House in 2016, any new troop commitment to Iraq would be celebrated by Fox News rather than condemned.
As President Obama sends 1500 troops to Iraq to advise, train, and assist, Fox News sees only a broken promise and troops on the ground
President Obama pointed to the ideological component and to the economic conditions which contribute to ISIL's recruitment of young men from across the region
No American should delude themselves that the current violence raging in Iraq and Syria is anything other than an extreme sectarian war between the two major Islamic sects, or that American military intervention is ever going to bring a cessation to the violence.
The suspicion that Republicans are far more horrified by a black president than Islamic terrorists is borne out by the rhetoric
President Obama is right; Iraq can secure their own country's future" and "fight for their own country" against ISIS.
It is unlikely any American over the age of three or four will forget 911, but it is highly likely the majority of Americans will forget the long-lasting devastation an incompetent Republican administration's response wrought on the nation.
All Megyn Kelly had to do is re-write history, ignoring the fact that Bush followed up his warning by signing SOFA, agreeing to withdraw US troops from Iraq
There is a well-known phrase in the Christian bible that "you reap what you sow." America is now reaping what it sowed by invading innocent Muslim nations and brutalizing innocent civilians for well over a decade.
What is curious, is that Republicans are campaigning against President Obama who is not running for any political office, but since they cannot run on their records in Congress, they are using conditions in Iraq to frighten Americans into supporting the GOP.
During Sunday's broadcast of ABC's This Week with George Stephanopoulos, Bill Kristol was absolutely destroyed over his opinion that the United States needs to deploy thousands of troops to Iraq and re-engage in a combat mission.
Sen. Bernie Sanders sent a message to Dick Cheney and the other Republicans who are calling for war with Iraq. On MSNBC, Sanders warned the warmongers that he will adamantly oppose any attempts to send ground troops into Iraq.