Why would the US care about killing a few hundred innocent people in Iraq? They didn't care about indiscriminately whacking a few hundred thousand civilian men woman and children in Japan.
I see you forgot one little caveat, Airplay: Japan started that conflict, didn't they? They didn't care about killing people they were not at war with. But, to warped minds like you, the U.S. is still in the wrong. The U.S. wasn't wrong then. And it has absolutely nothing to do with the subject at hand. But, as usual, you find it as a way to bash the U.S.
Ever think that had Japan not started a war, none of it's innocent woman and children would have died? Of course you didn't.
They stand up for what they believe is right, and even you disagree with them, you should not disminish the fact that they are willing to die for their beliefs.
Not really. They're not willing to die. They live such a delusional existence that they think they can STOP OTHERS FROM DYING. And they're not doing this so much for anything they believe in, but more in WHO they don't like and oppose.
And, as Charles said, they're standing on the side, whether they want to or not, of a murderous dictator, who has killed his own people in droves. Do you think these clueless wonders ever stopped for a second to consider that? No, because they are so blinded by antipathy for the U.S. that it never enters their surreal minds.