How to put an end in the War against Terror?

@DonBasyo (215)
Philippines
March 21, 2007 9:59am CST
It has been too long, and George W. Bush is still asking the world to have more patience over the War on Iraq and the War on Terror itself. But it has been proven for one too many times that George W. Bush has no clear policy on how to end the War and hostilities. As an ordinary member of the humanity, if given the chance to say something on the issue... How would end the War against Terror and Hostilities in the Middle East?
2 responses
@moreinfo (3867)
• China
23 Mar 07
when there is no robbery. especially the rich rob the poor in the world.
@DonBasyo (215)
• Philippines
23 Mar 07
Yeah, I see your point... The world has already become too materialistic that capitalism has already beat its purpose... But should economics be a question in doing the right thing? If yes, then are you saying that we should consider money over the life of war-stricken children? Should the rich must have more? Don't they have enough? Until when should the poor be maltreated this way?
• United States
21 Mar 07
I feel that the war should have ended as soon as we got Saddam Hussian. Our men and woman should be home right now. I agree with alot of the democrats that we need to leave so they can get back on their feet on their own. A reporter said the other day that the Americans are being blamed for all the deaths when the insurgants bomb them. They think that if we weren't there it would stop. They will never get back on their feet if we stay there any longer. We now need to get Osma ben ladien now. I just hope things get better soon and no more of our soldiers get killed. They are all to young. It's starting to remind me of the Vietnam war. I support our troops but I feel they shouldn't be there anymore.
@DonBasyo (215)
• Philippines
21 Mar 07
Sad to note, alot of people around the world sees USA as a big bully. The invasion in Iraq has caused every american additional threat... How I wish USA uses its hegemonic character in the international community in win-win paradigm. Like focusing in saving the hungry in africa, saving the earth from global warming. The potential of the USA to go beyond being a superpower is undeniable, why be the super poewr if it can simply be "power." Power is to do what is not right, but what is universally necessary. Weakness, is the act of destruction to provide a solution to a destructive problem. If Osama is caught, and the US Foreign Policy especially on oil do not change, a new Osama will come forth. He may come from the east or maybe he is from the west. The war is not geographic. It is ideological.