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War on Saddam's Regime

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War on Saddam's Regime America wants to help the people of Iraq to have better lives and this can only be accomplished by declaring war. America has an idea of seizing power from Saddam and making Iraq a democratic country. Unfortunately, this can only be accomplished by attacking Iraq since Saddam refuses to resign without this act. People that have escaped Iraq tell their stories of how Saddam's actions interrupted people from living normal lives. America believes Iraq has the chance of becoming a better country because it has helped many other European countries in the past involving financial and physicals problems. ...read more.

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People that have escaped Iraq talked about how under his regime murder, rape, and torture were common among citizens of his country. He stayed in power not through good will or elections, but by force and cruelty. This is not fair for the people that live in Iraq; America must fight to give these people the life they deserve. Saddam refuses to leave power without war. The way Saddam uses threats among his citizens make it almost impossible for the people to overthrow Saddam's regime. Even if Saddam is captured and assassinated one of Saddam's followers will easily continue violence and mass destruction in the country of Iraq. ...read more.

Conclusion

If this country becomes democratic the citizens could have a say in how they can have an improved lifestyle. If Iraq has the help of America it could prosper with American resources and money; this point was stated in www.laststory.com. This democratic plan will not only help Iraqi citizens but Americans as well. America could have more access to their oil. Declaring war on Iraq is the only way that can save the citizens of this nation. In other words, America wants to seize power from Saddam and turn Iraq into a democratic nation but this can only be accomplished by declaring war. Declaring war on Saddam's regime will not only advantage the Iraqis but the Americans as well. ...read more.

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