In his recently published memoir, “Without Hesitation: The Odyssey of an American Warrior,” General Hugh Shelton, who served as the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff from 1997 to 2001, called the Iraq war “unnecessary” and said that the Bush team went to war “based on a series of lies.”
Shelton also said that Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, Deputy Secretary of State Paul Wolfowitz and other Pentagon officials pushed for war in Iraq “almost to the point of insubordination.”
Meanwhile, that war continues as does the war in Afghanistan. Our war machine rushes on, apparently because we need to always be at war with someone. War must be good for the economy or something, what else accounts for such derangement?
Not only is war great for business but it is also our largest carbon footprint, think about it.