I wanted to go over the Iraqi War, and the reasons that people are against it.
I first want to tackle the "lie" argument. People say he lied, when I just say he was wrong. He made his call based on what his research teams and cabinet presented, and made a call. (It's also funny to me how when Bush was elected, the same people that just called him a figurehead of his cabinet and his Dad are now the same people personally blaming him for this. How convenient.)
You can't prove a negative. I think the chances for Saddam having them were good. In fact, some could even argue that some materials that WERE found in Iraq would count as WMD. Either way, I think Bush was wrong, as no one could have KNOWN that there weren't WMD in Iraq.
The only way to find out if there was would be to go in there and check, right? Saddam wasn't exactly being cooperative in that department was he? Saddam claimed that no matter what, Bush was going to go after him anyway, which is debatable. However, Saddam played his cards right to make himself look like the supreme victim.
I am for the war for different reasons. I think Saddam and his sons were animals. I don't care if Bush wanted to go in there for WMD, for oil, to finish his Dad's job or if he left his retainer there in the 2nd grade. I just wanted to see Saddam be taken out of power. Anyone, especially liberals, who cannot at least appreciate that one positive aspect of the war, is being closed-minded.
In all fairness, especially to the humanitarian claim, is Iraq a mess right now? Yes. Do I wish we went in with a better post-war plan? Yes. Those are the faults that I will admit.
I could keep going, but that's my general summary.