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Yes we don't want war, but sometimes we have to fight with war criminals. The American people don't want war, but Sep.11 attacks forced them to launch the antiterrorism war, which is right. Since CIA made a big mistake on the information of the WMD in Iraq, both Bush and Kerry all believed it, and the unpleasant Iraq war got ignited. It has been beyond retrieval. What Bush can do now is to stop the war at minimum cost. He just said (yesterday?) that U.S. military will pull out of Iraq if the new Iraq govt asks U.S. to leave. Very well said. At this point, he kept clear-headed in the "confused battle".
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Hello Jobb, how are you?

Here's my attempt:


No, we don't want war; but sometimes we have to fight with war criminals. The American people didn't want war, but the Sept. 11th attacks forced them to launch the war on terror, which is a just war. The CIA made a serious mistake in their interpretation of the intelligence about WMD in Iraq, but both Kerry and Bush believed it, and that was how the war in Iraq got started. The situation is now beyond retrieval. All Bush can do now is to stop the war at the minimum cost. He said only yesterday that U.S. forces will pull out of Iraq, if the new Iraqi govt asks the U.S. to leave. Very well said. On this point, he has kept a clear head in the 'confusion of battle'.


It's a complicated piece, though, so I'm sure there'll be other versions!

MrP
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Thank you MM.