How is Bush responsible for the war on terror?
In 2009, Barack Obama announced an 18-month withdrawal window from operations in Iraq. Recently, he announced plans to withdraw from Afghanistan by 2014. Both of these wars were started during the Bush Administration as a part of the overall War on Terror. In short, Barack Obama is associated with the War on Terror .
Though Britain and the US have been close allies for decades, the War on Terror, following the September 11th 2001 terrorist attacks, strengthened ties between the countries. Blair has supported the War on Terror since the term's coining on October 7th, 2001, and, in turn pledged the UK's support of US in major combat operations in Afghanistan and Iraq.
The Cold War was the long, drawn out conflict between the United States (and NATO) against the Union of Soviet Socialists Republics (Soviet Russia). This conflict is associated with The Korean War, The Vietnam War, the Cuban Missile Crisis, and many conflicts in the Middle East. This conflict lasted from about 1946 through 1991. The War on Terror is the United States' (plus the UN and NATO) conflict against terrorist organizations across the world. The…
George W. Bush was the 43rd US President from 2001 January 20 to 2009 January 20. He famously was in office when the September 11, 2001 attacks happened. He then started the second US - Iraq war and the war in Afghanistan that is still going on now. He was also famous for his way of speaking, popularizing the terms "War of Terror", and the "Axis of Evil".
He certainly changed it in more ways than one. He was the first president to begin a war on an assumption - the Iraq War. He stayed calm in the face of terror - September 11 2001. George Bush also left America with a huge debt and less jobs than originally in 2000. Hopefully, this helps... Usually, you can get ideas from Wikipedia and then find REAL websites.
Well, that's a matter of if, rather than when, and this is a question in which only a speculative answer can be given - you really can't count on what Romney says, seeing as he'll change his mind shortly afterwards. But, for the most part, I think he'll follow the neocon legacy which Bush started - using terror as an excuse to wage war for the benefit of a select few, driving this country further…