“It never ceases to amaze me how critics of any war the West has waged on blood soaked tyrants. . .seem to imply that there is somehow something immoral about the undertaking. Had Saddam Hussein been in power today, the Iraqi death toll would probably have stood at 2 million.Here’s another little reminder. . .
A successful Western intervention in 1918 against the Bolshevik coup d'état in Russia would have saved 20 million lives, a similar move against Mao Tse Tung in China in 1946 approximately 60 million.
We can question the political or strategic wisdom of the Iraq war, but never its morality.”