I often wonder if our present economic circumstances could be tied directly to the Iraq War. I would say, DAMN RIGHT and to borrow a phrase from Alaska's half governor, Sarah Palin, "You Betcha!"
As our former Pres. George W. Bush takes to the airwaves after his ghost written book "Decision Points" was released right after the 2010 midterm elections, no one in the media is calling him on the carpet in respects to Fallujah, Iraq.
As Rachel Maddow submitted her questionnaire to our former President for an interview, I would say to Rachel, "Why do you want to be in the presence of such evil?" As for me, I do not want such evil in my home.
In fact every time he (GWB) has been interviewed, I have changed the channel. I do now wish to hear from him ever again.
First of all and according to http://costofwar.com/ the war in Iraq has cost the American tax payer over $700 billion dollars and still counting.
I mention, Fallujah, Iraq for one specific reason. Today, I read one horrific article published by The Independent titled: Toxic legacy of US assault on Fallujah 'worse than Hiroshima' and while it was published during this past summer, I had missed it.