I want to talk to the French right now. And the Germans. And the Russians. I want to talk to all those who opposed the liberation of Iraq.
I want to show you all the joyous scene in downtown Baghdad today.
People oppressed. Now people free.
People once hopeless. Now hopeful.
People you forgot. But we remembered.
If you had things your way, they'd still be under the thumb of a dictator. And you were fine with that. We were not.
You had no problem telling them, live with it. We had a big problem telling them, get over it.
Look at their faces. See their smiles. Feel their joy. Their freedom. Their fervor. How do you feel now? Still sure going the extra mile for them wasn't worth it? I don't think they'd agree.
While you were debating, they were suffering.
~ Neil Cavuto, "Stomping on Saddam," FOX News, April 9, 2003