“But, because George H.W. Bush was more concerned with playing petty politics based on short-term assumptions, rather than acting boldly and taking the licks for his decisions. Even his actions in Desert Storm were indecisive, which created many more problems for the United States in the long-run than there otherwise would have been. This is why George H.W. Bush’s presidency was an unmitigated failure (to say nothing of his domestic failures).”
Tag: Desert Storm
Iraq: A War in Three Acts
As the 14th anniversary of the Iraq War passes us by, I reflect on the geopolitical implications of the ill-fated war over at American Greatness.