Sure it was....all the people that voted for him to do what he deemed necessary and he had a coalition
Are you illiterate. That is not an answer to the questions. Would you like to try again?
What other politician other than DUBYA decided it was necessary to invade IRAQ in March 2003 without a broad coalition?
What was the rush with 200 inspectors ins
Of course Dubya had “a”coalition. It was not a “broad” coalition as the question is stated.
You also did not answer “What other politician other than DUBYA decided it was necessary to invade IRAQ in March 2003”.
You keep bringing up Joe BIden as if I it was he that decided to invade Iraq in March without a broad coalition.
I’ll be more direct due to your continued evasiveness. Did Joe BIden decide to invade Iraq in March 2003 without a broad coalition that was authorized by a second resolution by the UNSC?
And again, what was the rush to invade Iraq with 200 UN inspectors on the ground in Iraq?
Do you believe the threat to our national security was higher in March 2003 with 200 UN inspectors in Iraq plus an offer by Saddam Hussein to allow the CIA in, than it was in October 2002 when there were zero UN INSPECTORS inside IRAQ snd when Joe Biden voted to authorize military forces in IF NECESSARY to protect American national security?
Was the threat from Iraq (a) higher (b) lower (c) same (d) didn’t matter in March 2003 than It was in October 2002. Pretend you are the Decider.
Sure it was broad. 24 nations, from all over the world...not to mention NATO.
I think the threat was the same...and unchanged from Oct 2002 to March 2003. We are much safer now from the threat of Saddam