Argumentative Essay: The Iraq Invasion

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|Name: |Date: | Graded Assignment To Invade or Not to Invade Complete and submit this Graded Assignment by the due date to receive full credit. (50 points) |Score | | | 1. The invasion of Iraq was very controversial. Many editors and columnists voiced strong opinions on the Iraq War. Use your knowledge of current events and the information in your textbook to write two short editorials. One should state why the United States should have invaded Iraq; the other editorial should state why the United States should not have invaded Iraq. Some points…show more content…
The first supporting arguments would be that President Bush never presented evidence of Saddam Hussein having any interactions with terrorism. Say he might have done so where Is the evidence to prove the case, the only way people will believe such thing is when they are looking at the evidence. He might have been stockpiling biological any other weapons of mass destruction, but he never had any interactions with terrorism. The next supporting argument is, the United Nations neglected to the invasion of Iraq. The principal itself that the United Nation, the one and only organization that protects human rights and stands against threats to rights of all people, refused the invasion of Iraq should give enough reasons to not support the placement of war. An invasion is not a conflict where two countries fight one another for the foal of obtaining a right for defense or threats. An invasion, such as this one, is when one country tries to take control of another for the simple fact of intruding and taking power. This is achieved with violence; therefore Bush’s reason for suspecting, with no evidence, Saddam to have connections with aiding terrorism didn’t have to lead to an invasion. The core problem was Saddam, not Iraq and its people. France, and Germany spoke their point of view that the United States should not attack Iraq that they should…show more content…
The issue of such an invasion has been going on and on for a long time with no ending. Ever since it had began it started as a precaution that President Bush stood for as he suspected Saddam Hussein’s contriubtion to terrorist groups. There were many ways for this issue to be solved that did not have to involve violence or death, but sadly president Bush did not do so, and instead he decided to kill innocent lives and ruin homes, he had an opportunity to solve it without the violence. He was selfish and heartless as he took the bad steps with no
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