Bush’s War, the Frontline documentary
Posted by exodians on March 25, 2008
On March 19, 2003, the “coalition of the willing” led by the United States invaded Iraq.
Update: Some said, “March the 20th”.
The street fight was brief.
Looting was prevented because they followed the general’s expert opinion of seven hundred thousand forces , instead of the original seventy three thousand to secure the country.
Comment: The seven hundred thousand forces was ridiculed by those who believe that war is the only solution. The huge force would delay the “well-planned war”, a breathing room for diplomacy: a possibility that war would be avoided. It didn’t happen that way. The war continues until this day.
The Iraq War, 2003 – 2008: How many American soldiers died?
npr.org headline reports: American Death Toll in Iraq War Hits 4,000
How many Iraqis?
What you’ve just read is not a synopsis of the FRONTLINE documentary entitled “Bush’s War”, to read the synopsis you can go to http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/bushswar/etc/synopsis.html.