05
May
03

Who’s Responsible

Ages ago someone said, �When you save someone�s life, you become responsible for that life.� The pure power of that statement doesn�t sink in until you apply it to real life. Are we now responsible for Iraq? Such a simple question with a profound answer. I do not believe it is our responsibility to govern Iraq, but I do believe we have the responsibility to facilitate an environment in which Iraqis can govern themselves. Once the groundwork is done, we must step aside and except the will of the Iraqi people. Not to do so would turn us into the ugly thing we just removed from power.

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