And as far as the "massive deaths" caused by them. I assume he's doesn't actually know the numbers he's yammering on about. Numbers that show the number of Iraqi civilians who met violent deaths in the two years after the US-led invasion was today put at 24,865. US and coalition military forces were responsible for 37% of the deaths, with anti-occupation forces and insurgents responsible for 9%. A further 36% were blamed on criminal violence. Do the math and it comes to 9,200 from military forces. Whereas prior to the war, based on Iraqi government figures, UNICEF estimated that containments kills roughly 5,000 Iraqi babies every month, or 60,000 per year. Or Documented chemical attacks by the regime, from 1983 to 1988, resulted in some 30,000 Iraqi and Iranian deaths. Or Human Rights Watch estimates that Saddam's 1987-1988 campaign of terror against the Kurds killed at least 50,000 and possibly as many as 100,000 Kurds. I don't even have to go past the first "Saddam Incident" to get a higher death toll than Bush and Blair.
The only this I can say about this are these 2 spiffy quotes and 2000 words worth of pictures.
"Anything that is too stupid to be said is sung" -Voltaire
"Men fight for liberty and win it with hard knocks. Their children, brought up easy, let it slip away again, poor fools. And their grandchildren are once more slaves" ~D.H. Lawrence