On the fourth anniversary of the invasion of Iraq, United States President George W. Bush, in a rare question and answer period has finally made the admission that Americans and the rest of the world have been waiting for since it was discovered that the reason for the war was based on erroneous intelligence: that the invasion was a mistake.
A visibly moved Commander in Chief nearly broke down as he spoke of the thousands of American lives that have been lost due to his decisions, both during the lead up to the war and during it’s aftermath. “Would I have done it differently?”, asked Mr. Bush, repeating a question posed by the audience, “I guess so. Yeah, I would’ve. I really believed