Iraq War

The United States should go to war with Iraq. The United Nation Inspectors have previously failed at attempts to uncover nuclear weapons, and are predetermined to fail. The United States does not need the approval of the United Nations to fight Iraq, and is perfectly capable of fighting Iraq by themselves. A regime change is called for in Iraq, as the Iraqi army supports Saddam and continues to make the weapons of mass destruction, and eventually a nuclear weapon. Saddam is an extremely dangerous man possessing the world’s most dangerous weapons.

In the past several years, the United Nations Inspectors have been consistently unsuccessful in completing their tasks, and are almost predestined to not be successful. They have found and destroyed weapons of mass destruction, but we know that Saddam has many more. Saddam refuses for Iraq to be searched by United Nation Inspectors, and will not willingly give anything up The only way to end the threat of Saddaam acquiring a nuclear bomb and attacking the United States with it, is to permanently remove him from the face of the earth (dun dun dun ). Considering the size of Iraq, it would be extremely difficult for a one hundred to three hundred person team, to find all of the weapons and destroy nuclear weapon materials. Saddam will always be able to hide certain things from the United Nations Inspectors, and he has allies that will help him hide weapons in other countries. The United Nation Inspectors will not be of any assistance to the United States with disarming Saddam.

The United States is more than capable of going into the war with Iraq by themselves. Obviously, the support of the United Nations is preferred, but it is possible to fight Saddam alone, if the United States has to. In the Persian Gulf War the United States defeated Iraq, and now eleven years later, the United States is much stronger then it was, and Iraq is much weaker. The amount of people in the Iraqi army, air force, and navy are a lot smaller than the amount in the Persian Gulf War. The military arsenal was severely exhausted during the Gulf War, and has never been returned to its initial capacity. If and when the United States chooses to fight Iraq, the war should be similar to the war in Afghanistan, such that there will be few casualties. In the Persian Gulf War, the United States fought strong military forces and prevailed. The United States was “singled out” when it was attacked on September 11, and it is expected that Saddam will attack the United States, before anyone else. Being the world’s most powerful country, the United States is the most likely target and they should begin attacking and not wait for the other countries to see eye to eye with the United States when they are not as concerned as the United States to be attacked. The more responsible thing for the United States to do is to attack Saddam and the Iraqi army before they acquire a nuclear weapon and use if on innocent people. The United States has been individually attacked and will be threatened if Saddam gets a nuclear weapon, and therefore if the United Nations does not conclude to attack Iraq, then it is solely up to the United States to get the job done.

Saddam Hussein is the future owner of a nuclear bomb. He is months away from getting enriched uranium and accumulating a nuclear weapon. With a nuclear bomb, and the rest of his weapons of mass destruction, Saddam is a threat to the entire world. Once Saddam’s task of attaining a nuclear weapon is completed, millions of people could suddenly be killed with a quick decision. The only way to successfully disarm him, the United States and the rest of the world should be willing to go to war and take him and his entire army out. The Iraqi army is supporting Saddam and therefore should be killed along with Saddam’s relatives and close allies. We have tolerated Saddam having chemical and biological weapons for long enough and even let him get away with using the weapons of mass destruction on his own people. The Iraqi army is just as responsible for the “reign” of Saddam as Saddam is his self. The Iraqi army is the one making Saddams weapons. Americans should not have to wait around for an nuclear attack, while living in fear. A regime change is necessary.

The United States should go to war with Iraq. The United Nation Inspectors have previously failed at attempts to uncover nuclear weapons, and are predetermined to fail. The United States does not need the approval of the United Nations to fight Iraq, and is perfectly capable of fighting Iraq by themselves. A regime change is called for in Iraq, as the Iraqi army supports Saddam and continues to make the weapons of mass destruction, and eventually a nuclear weapon. Saddam is an extremely dangerous man possessing the world’s most dangerous weapons.

In the past several years, the United Nations Inspectors have been consistently unsuccessful in completing their tasks, and are almost predestined to not be successful. They have found and destroyed weapons of mass destruction, but we know that Saddam has many more. Saddam refuses for Iraq to be searched by United Nation Inspectors, and will not willingly give anything up The only way to end the threat of Saddaam acquiring a nuclear bomb and attacking the United States with it, is to permanently remove him from the face of the earth (dun dun dun ). Considering the size of Iraq, it would be extremely difficult for a one hundred to three hundred person team, to find all of the weapons and destroy nuclear weapon materials. Saddam will always be able to hide certain things from the United Nations Inspectors, and he has allies that will help him hide weapons in other countries. The United Nation Inspectors will not be of any assistance to the United States with disarming Saddam.

The United States is more than capable of going into the war with Iraq by themselves. Obviously, the support of the United Nations is preferred, but it is possible to fight Saddam alone, if the United States has to. In the Persian Gulf War the United States defeated Iraq, and now eleven years later, the United States is much stronger then it was, and Iraq is much weaker. The amount of people in the Iraqi army, air force, and navy are a lot smaller than the amount in the Persian Gulf War. The military arsenal was severely exhausted during the Gulf War, and has never been returned to its initial capacity. If and when the United States chooses to fight Iraq, the war should be similar to the war in Afghanistan, such that there will be few casualties. In the Persian Gulf War, the United States fought strong military forces and prevailed. The United States was “singled out” when it was attacked on September 11, and it is expected that Saddam will attack the United States, before anyone else. Being the world’s most powerful country, the United States is the most likely target and they should begin attacking and not wait for the other countries to see eye to eye with the United States when they are not as concerned as the United States to be attacked. The more responsible thing for the United States to do is to attack Saddam and the Iraqi army before they acquire a nuclear weapon and use if on innocent people. The United States has been individually attacked and will be threatened if Saddam gets a nuclear weapon, and therefore if the United Nations does not conclude to attack Iraq, then it is solely up to the United States to get the job done.

Saddam Hussein is the future owner of a nuclear bomb. He is months away from getting enriched uranium and accumulating a nuclear weapon. With a nuclear bomb, and the rest of his weapons of mass destruction, Saddam is a threat to the entire world. Once Saddam’s task of attaining a nuclear weapon is completed, millions of people could suddenly be killed with a quick decision. The only way to successfully disarm him, the United States and the rest of the world should be willing to go to war and take him and his entire army out. The Iraqi army is supporting Saddam and therefore should be killed along with Saddam’s relatives and close allies. We have tolerated Saddam having chemical and biological weapons for long enough and even let him get away with using the weapons of mass destruction on his own people. The Iraqi army is just as responsible for the “reign” of Saddam as Saddam is his self. The Iraqi army is the one making Saddams weapons. Americans should not have to wait around for an nuclear attack, while living in fear. A regime change is necessary.

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