Why Do People Doubt the U.S. Can Help Iraq?

by Joe Scarry

Why are people such doubters?

They act as if the U.S. entry into Iraq is unlikely to be helpful.

Don’t they believe the U.S. knows what it’s doing?

“Medicine is not an exact science, but we’re learning all the time . . . “

It worked out so well the last time . . . .

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(See Greenwald Was Right: “Humanitarian” War in Syria? It’s Just More War)

 

 

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One Response to Why Do People Doubt the U.S. Can Help Iraq?

  1. TheAZCowBoy says:

    If I had murdered 1.4m of your citizens – Would you let me within 1,000 kms of your home the 2nd time around?

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