Doesn't anybody find it a bit disconcerting that Iraq is being attacked in the first place? What we are seeing is an offensive move by the US, it is premeditated, yet has very little in the way of justification. So far all we have been given by the US as reasoning is that Saddam is a Bad man!!! A bad man that has been stockpiling weapons of mass destruction. A bad man that has been willing to use them on people. Not just a man that the US doesnt like...a truly bad man that is happy to painfully kill as many people as possible if given the chance. The US has tried for over 10 years to get rid of Saddam... and failed Uhhh, no. 10 years ago, the US went in, but stopped short of going after Saddam. Since then, it hasnt been attempted. Your comment is completely incorrect. The rhetoric we are hearing is that "terror" needs to be stamped out. Like the terrorising of Iraqi citizens with war planes? Terrorism by definition is "the use of force to oust a government". America needs to look at its political tactics before continuing on the path of its current propaganda. It's just not worth the loss of life. 1) That isnt much of a definition of terror. Terrorism is more along the lines of targeting innocent civilians in order to achieve political gain. As I see it, most of the military actions of the US and UK have been directed against military targets, not civilian. 2) Perhaps when Saddam is gone, and people no longer have a madman in charge, there will be less use for military and trade sanctions? Perhaps a final attack on Iraq with an aim to destroying Saddams regime will help the Iraqi people?