"The War In Iraq: What Do You Believe!?" This Paper Was Written About A Year Into The War, And At The Time Many People Were Arguing About The Oil And Saddam Issue.

1064 words - 4 pages

On March 20, 2003, the United States, after a large build up of troops, attacked Iraq. The United States, after a decade of diplomatic disete and lies by Iraq, had finally ran out of nonmilitary methods of getting Iraq to obey UN decries including admission of and destruction of all weapons of mass destruction. I feel that the United States was justified in taking the actions they did due to many reasons that will be explained throughout this paper. Following the days of September 11, 2001, President George W. Bush made a speech about fighting terrorism, and that is what this War on Iraq is about. Saddam and Iraq may not have been responsible for the acts of September 11, but they are capable of repeating acts of terrorism similar to 9/11. There is solid evidence that says Iraq has weapons of mass destruction, which means Iraq is disobeying the United Nations decries that were set on them in the early 90's. Saddam has used biological weapons on the Iranian people and he has even used them on his own people. I do not think anyone in the United States would want our leader of our country testing biological weapons on our own people, so why would we want another country's leader to be doing it to his people. Iraq could also be housing terrorist or selling weapons of mass destruction to terrorists. They would be assisting in any acts of terrorism, and that is just one more reason why the United States should be over in Iraq. Some people in the United States would say, "I think the war on Iraq should not happen. There is no clear reason why they should fight. I think this war is going to damage this country, by devastating it with American deaths. The death of a single soldier, affects the lives of an entire family. If one death has this power, can you imagine what many deaths would cause? A second Vietnam is going to happen. The US is going to send more and more troops, and more casualties are going to be the outcome." They have some good points such as the deaths of soldiers, but in every war there has been deaths. Death is inevitable in a war, and that is what the War on Iraq is. I do not believe this will turn into anything comparable to Vietnam though. We are not in that bad of a situation, and we have not lost very many soldier. Some people think were losing soldiers by the dozen day by day, but for a war, we have not lost very many men. There are many reason why the US forces should be over there though. They could be housing terrorist, they have weapons of mass destruction that could be used on the US, it is illegal for Iraq to have weapons of mass destruction, they are disobeying UN orders, and I believe that we have an obligation to help Iraqi citizen that are not happy with...

Find Another Essay On "The War in Iraq: What do you Believe!?" This paper was written about a year into the war, and at the time many people were arguing about the oil and Saddam issue.

This is a essay that was written a few years ago about the pros and cons of going into computer technology as a major in college

2020 words - 8 pages several different computer companies. His first step was to familiarize himself with the companies then find out if his skills and career's were what the company wanted. Money was of great importance, not so much at that time with what the company was paying but to attend conferences and trade shows. Some of these conferences were DevCon, ComSpec, Net World, and other developers conferences. He has worked for Hewlett-Packard for about five years

Jackie Robinson and The Civil Rights This is a short essay about Jackie Robinson and how he was one of the first black people to be in sports. It talks about how he influenced many people

315 words - 2 pages color barrier inbaseball, but if you focus on the totality of Jackie Robinson and all that he accomplished,you will see much more. He became a fundraiser for NAACP and served on the Board ofdirectors. He also did many other fundraisers. Martin Luther King Jr. eve said, "JackieRobinson made it possible for me in the first place. Without him, I would have neverbeen able to do what I did." This is why Jackie Robinson made the biggest impact onCivil Rights.

A Closer Look at the Portrait of Giovanni Arnolfini and His Wife: A look into what people of this time peroid inserted in pictures and their double meanings

1008 words - 4 pages terms in a more Christian context, it describes iconography as how the actual pieces of art or different symbols found within the pieces of art are representatives of Christian ideas, people, and history.I think that iconographic analysis of images are important to art historians because it helps give a deeper understanding of the piece of art and what was going on at the time the art was made. I think it helps solve some of the mysteries for art

This essay is about the upsides and downsides of capitalism and why it isn't the utopian government that many people believe it to be

1793 words - 7 pages there is no need for suffering in society and the only reason that there are people suffering is because capitalism is based on the idea that greed is good.The idea of greed being a good thing is what causes people to buy things that they do not need and that ultimately leaves them as unhappy as they were before they attained so many possessions. A Buddhist monk would try to do just the opposite, they would shed all material objects so that they

This paper was written about the US Army Special Forces Branch. It was written for a military science class. A-

1295 words - 5 pages Special Forces Branch was established as a basic branch of the Army effective 9 April 1987. This solidified the Special Forces in the American military machine.Special Forces are based out of Ft. Bragg, Both Carolina, and have been ever since its infancy back in the 1950's. The HQ grew from a small office of the Psychological Warfare center to its own entity over time. Now, the Special Forces HQ is at Bragg, while many different groups are

This was a report I had to do about the brain and parts of the brain

1023 words - 4 pages of all animals. When you are a newborn your brain grows about 3 times in the first year, it acts like a sponge and this is the time when learning is the easiest. Your brain is made up of about 100 million brain cells called neurons. The brain is divided into two hemispheres each containing 4 lobes (Frontal, Parietal, Occipital, and Temporal).The Frontal lobe is involved in motor skills such as speech. It also interprets language and the sounds

Review of American Policy regarding the War on Terror in Afghanistan and Iraq. Predominant sources were Bob Woodward's "Plan of Attack" and "Bush at War."

1955 words - 8 pages of slipstream into which reluctant nations and leaders can get behind."Critics allege that Woodward was 'easy' on President Bush in Bush at War and only slightly more critical of the administration in Plan of Attack. This may be due in part to the sway in public opinion as the nation gear up for war in Iraq. There is a sense in Woodward's account that the war in Afghanistan was somehow justified or more justified than the war in Iraq.The

To Kill a Mockingbird. This essay is about prejusice that has caused pain and suffering to others for many centuries. Racism is the main issue in this essay

699 words - 3 pages Prejudice has caused the pain and suffering of others for manycenturies.Some examples of this include the Holocaust and slavery in the UnitedStates. In to Kill a Mockingbird, by Harper Lee racism was the cause ofmuch agony to the blacks of a segregated South. Along with blacks, othergroups of people are judged unfairly just because of their difference fromothers. The prejudice and bigotry of society causes the victimization ofpeople with

What have you learn in this assignment? Do you get any information and gain knowledge regarding the issue?

641 words - 3 pages it to help the work of IS / IT at RBS . This is because in the present age there is a lot of outsourcing that has an agenda just to destroy their competition with company masquerading as a trustworthy outsourcing to help. If, companies underestimate of this matter will cause very many problems, losses and involves many parties such as customers using RBS system. Next, there is the second issue in this case study is the union has blamed the

A report on Down Syndrome. this report tells about how people are born with the disorder and what they can do later in life

611 words - 2 pages people with Down syndrome suffer from disabilities they are able to go to school and learn. There are special schools that are specifically designed to help children with Down syndrome learn at a slower rate than children with out it. Down syndrome is not a rare disease and many people in the United States have it. I think that some people don't believe that people who have Down syndrome are capable of doing many things, but I believe that they could potentially accomplish things. It's just that they learn slower than most people. Even though a person with Down syndrome may not be the smartest person in the world they could still do simple jobs and earn a living.

Me and My Bestie. This essay was written on a personal experience level. We were to pick a conflict and look at all the possible outcomes

2141 words - 9 pages I have been best friend with Amy for almost six years. The bond between the two of us is so deep at times it's scary. It even reached a point where I knew what she was thinking before she had a chance to say anything out loud. We were constantly together having a great time! Often people who met us together thought we were sisters and confused our names. In a weird sense we were sisters, minus the DNA connection. It's odd, things had been this

Similar Essays

Was The War In Iraq (This Time) Justified?

955 words - 4 pages their father again. President Bush is not the one in the war risking his life for the United State.Iraq was supporting terrorism, as we had seen with his response to the attack on the Twin Towers in New York. The innocent people that died and their families have to deal with the impact of that day for the rest of their lives. That day is history for all people of the world. This terrorist attack, was it a reason for war? To what extent do

Was This War Just? A Look At The War Between The U.. And Iraq And Its Effects To The People That Are Involved

533 words - 2 pages Was This War Just?It has been one year since U.S. president George Bush gave the green light for the American troops to invade Iraq for the purpose of ousting Iraqi President Saddam Hussein. A few countries, notably the U.K., Australia, and Spain, among others, supported that invasion.The military objectives have been attained. Saddam Hussein is in the hands of the American forces. An interim government friendly to American interests, which has

This Essay Is About A Midsummer Nights Dream And How It Was Affected By The Time In Which It Was Written Its About 500 Words

508 words - 2 pages time in which A Midsummer Night's Dream was written affected it in many different aspects. This essay only includes a few of them. If the Monarchy had been viewed differently or had the idea of love and faeries been viewed differently the play may have not been so popular or it may not have existed at all. Our times and our views affect the work we produce and how it is viewed. I believe Shakespeare was very lucky to have lived during his time and that we are very lucky to be reading about it through his eyes.

This Essay Is About Schools Having Uniforms. It Was Written In My Prospective On Arguments. This Was My Final Paper Of The Year And I Really Got A 90!

2106 words - 8 pages rough for me. I always had low self esteem and always followed the troublesome crowd. This crowd did not care what you wore, just as long as you did what they wanted. If there had been a uniform policy in effect at that time, I feel that I would not have gotten into as much trouble. I was a straight A student but had difficulty getting along with others. I got tired of people picking on me because I did not have the right clothes and had to defend