I am writing this report to express my views of the horrible President we all have in George W. Bush. I am a Veteran of the Operation Iraqi Freedom and have spent most of my adult life in the military.
I will start with the liberation or rather invasion of Iraq. When the orders came down to move into Iraq, there was a plan of action to take over the country; however, all plans ended there. The President had no plan as to what we were to as a military in the country of Iraq after successfully taking over the country. Now we seem to be stuck between a rock and a hard place. Should we pull out? Should we stay?
Logic tells me that the lives we are senslessly losing in that country are more than reason enough for us to pull out. George W. Bush made a mistake he is not willing to own up to, and he needs to own it and pull out. A horrible civil war will break out if we leave many people say and they are right, but with one exception.
It doesn't matter if we leave Iraq now or 20 years from now; there will be a fight for power when we do. The only difference between leaving now and years from now is the number of American and innocent Iraqi lives that will be lost.
It is time to let them fight their own war, so own up to it George and admit you made the ultimate mistake. Iraq.
When I think President, I think figurehead; someone who is respected and looked up to by the masses as a leader of the people, and a vessel through which the people speak and are heard by the government. George W. Bush is not worthy of respect, speaks broken and uneducated English as his primary language, gets frustrated mush too easily, had absolutely no foreign policy experience when he took office (which is why the world hates and mocks him in every way), and is simply not in any way qualified for the position he is in.
I am ashamed of our leader, as is the rest of the known World as a whole, and we should impeach him simply to avoid the horrors we face with him in office between now and the next election.
I say this as a soldier and citizen of the United States of America, a country I am proud to be a citizen of, and I welcome any comments people have. I will be glad to respond to everyone's comments.