That is very true, we do have the ability (and responsibility) to correct the mistakes of the past administrations. But what concerns me about Bush's policy on Iraq is when he starts talking in a very high-and-mighty attitude about good and evil. I'm not afraid of men who think they are evil (they're easy to spot)...I'm concerned about those who think they are good (beyond question). Thank you Grn, for posting that list of countries supporting this war. The only countries mentioned in the news have been France/Germany/Russia...because of their status on the security council. This proves that the UN was capable of engaging in military action against Iraq, after all possibilities for negotiation were used; W never gave them the chance. One of the prominent names I'm not seeing is Canada. I can't say I blame them, we killed (a horrible accident) some of their brave armed forces (who were working with us)...and the Bush administration couldn't even step down from their pride to say "this was OUR fault...WE are sorry"