Bush Admin’s Approach to Iraq & Korea; What Do They Have in Common?

Democracy’ Now’s Amy Goodman asked former UN weapons inspector Scot Ritter to talk about the “difference” between how the Bush administration has handled Korea and the way they handled Iraq. Ritter replied that the only thing that the Bush administration’s approaches towards Korea and Iraq had in common were that they shared a common “end game” (goal), which he claims is “regime change.” I beg to differ. It surely appears that one of the many common elements between the two approaches is that they both increase the potential for a long, costly and disastrous war that will result in massive loss of life and financial windfalls for the friends and families of the current American ruling class.  Think about it!

One Response to “Bush Admin’s Approach to Iraq & Korea; What Do They Have in Common?”

  1. Truth Seeker on March 4, 1972 on January 7, 2003 on August 21, 2004, or no, sorry, actually says:

    It’s time for another tea party, assholes!

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