what did the americans benefited from the war
is it true that American leaders are seen as heros because of having fought a battle like George Bush snr and jnr in Iraq i want to if these leaders feel happy during and after the batlle like during the war in Vietnam.
George Bush the First and George Bush the Second never fought any battles. Leaders don;t fight battles nowadays. They hide in their bunkers and make the poor people go die fighting.
About the feeling good part: I bet they do feel good. They have donkeys fighting their crooked wars for them. Why not be happy?
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