Different Views on the War
The war started off with success for the US, but over the years, many people say that there have been problems with the war. Some Democratic leaders in Congress say that the US is loosing the war, and that the war hasn't accomplished anything from the start. But many Republican leaders have different options. Some think that the war is going well, and that the armed forces in Iraq are stabilizing the Middle East. But, then again, President Bush is loosing support from other Republican leaders. The problems that are happening in Iraq are trying to be solved, and some leaders say that future plans for the war won't work.
Since the war had begun, it has lost approval, and gained approval from many American citizens, and other people around the world. In the US, a very small percentage of Democratic citizens approve of the war, but around 70% of Republicans approve of it. The majority of people who aren't in a political party (neither Democrat or Republican) think that the war should end immediately. Around 60% of the US thinks the war should stop. In other countries, people are agreeing that the war should end; like Mexico, Egypt, Brazil, Indonesia, and Turkey. There are people who disapprove of the war, but many countries approve of it. Kenya, Israel, and the Philippines all fall into that category. This war has changed the world, and has influenced many other countries to get involved, by spreading their thoughts about this war.