This morning's C-Span question was: Should we have an enduring relationship with Iraq?
We will have an enduring relationship with Iraq, especially with the millions of displaced Iraqi people, now refugees, who will teach their children to revile us.
We will have an enduring relationship with those Iraqis who are financially unable to leave, but desperately wish to move their families to safety.
We will have an enduring relationship with Iraqis who have lost loved ones as a result of our invasion and continued occupation of their country.
When we train and arm the Iraqi military and police forces, they turn those weapons on our troops. The Iraqis know where the IEDs and the ammo dumps are located, but they do not share that information with our troops. That speaks volumes about what our enduring relationship will be with Iraq.
It was an idiotic decision to go to war with Iraq, and every decision made thereafter has shown that same insight.