"And when you ask the obvious question - 'How is fighting in Iraq preventing terrorists from attacking over here?' you get no answer - the slogan just gets repeated. Such is the nature of advertising.
This is the consequence of starting the wrong war in the wrong country.
Al Qaeda - not Iraq - bombed London.
Al Qaeda - not Iraq - attacked New York City and Washington
Al Qaeda is the enemy.
Iraq was NOT the enemy.
And when we had the chance to break Al Qaeda's back in Afghanistan - even capturing Osama Bin Laden - we inexplicably pulled back, we changed the focus to Iraq and Saddam Hussein, we didn't finish the job, and we allowed Al Qaeda to restrengthen and regroup."