We've been in Afghanistan since 9/11, which at first I supported, but now I don't, since Bush even said himself we completely gave up on Bin Laden and now we're just there "liberating" the people. And no, he hasn't gotten everything he wanted from Iraq. He wanted us to go into Iraq and turn it into a democracy with a booming economy and make the country a vacation spot for Americans. He wanted the Iraqis to have a reliable source of electricity and clean, running water, and match the US in technology. He thought our presence would immediately cause all violence in the country to cease, and Iraqis would join Americans in song and dance in celebration of Little America. He thought all we had to do was capture Saddam and that would happen. He thought our presence over there would make the world love us for bringing our democracy and western ideologies to Iraq. And more importantly, he wanted to boost his tanking approval rating. Here we are, nearly 3 years after Saddam's capture, and Iraq is worse off than it was before we went in there. Violence is at an all time high, living conditions are even shittier, and I certainly don't see Iraqis and Americans singing in celebration. Less than 30% of Americans approve of his job as president, and the rest of the world hates us. It seems Bush forgot his 6 P's: Prior planning prevents piss poor performance.