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Wednesday, November 16, 2005 

Clinton Complains About US to UAE Students (Surprise Surprise)

(AP) The United States made a "big mistake" when it invaded Iraq, former President Bill Clinton said Wednesday, citing the lack of planning for what would happen after dictator Saddam Hussein was overthrown. "Saddam is gone. It's a good thing, but I don't agree with what was done, " Clinton told students at the American University of Dubai.

Now those on the left that adore this man, and the politics he supports. Why is Mr. Clinton in the UAE, telling people there about how much he disagrees with US policy? What possible effect could this have, but to once again, fuel anti-American sentiment and the insurgency movement?

Why is the left so obsessed with the international popularity game? Between acts like Jimmy Carter and now Mr. Clinton, I don’t think the world has ever seen such malaise for a nation, by its own citizens. The problem is though, Mr. Clinton also said in this speech: “that the United States had done some good things in Iraq: the removal of Saddam, the ratification of a new constitution, and the holding of parliamentary elections.

Bill, you cant have it both ways. Either this was a mistake or it wasn’t. You cannot support the outcome, and say they are a good thing, but the disagree with the whole thing. I wish the politicians of this nation would worry more about… THIS COUNTRY… than being internationally popular.