You are the one spouting nonsense:
France and Russia never said that they are happy with Saddam.
Actions speak louder than words. (I'm heavy into cliché today).
If the French and Russians had their way, we would be at the same situation as throughout the last 12 years: Saddam in power, Iraqis starving to death and blaming the US/UN. The US forces the issue by building up forces, and the rest reluctantly follow but desperately trying to prevent any actual regime change.
So, the US became the police of the world!
Clearly society does need a policeman of some sort. In the modern world it is supposed to be the UN, but as we have seen they are completely toothless, and unable to exert the willpower to make itself obeyed. Look at all the resolutions flouted. Not only by Iraq, but all nations, including Israel. The UN is like an unarmed English Bobby cop. Fine when all the criminals play nice, but sometimes, when all else fails, you have to call on Dirty Harry.
I would seriously recommend that the UN start examining itself, and asking itself why are they so poorly percieved, and why nobody respects UN resolutions. They just might be able to reform the UN into a body that can actually DO
things rather than generate reports and consume large amounts of money.
Make no mistake: If a regime change campaign does not start in the next couple of weeks, it won't start at all. It will be too hot to do anything this year, and the U.S. will not put its neck out again next year to let the French and others cut it off again. So what would you rather have - another 12 years of Saddam and sanctions, or get rid of him now?
The only thing you should feel when shooting a terrorist: Recoil.