he thinks that this was needed to "stop" the attack on us
that's an oversimplification, if not an outright distortion, of Bush's strategy and you know it.
you dont think that they are not planning anything for the future because of how mad they are now cause of the war.
I don't think anyone, especially the President or the military/DHS, believes that for a second. And, again, I think you know that.
he war has done nothing but waste money and more important lifes.
I think that depends on who you ask. The folks I know that are/have been involved on the ground in Iraq don't feel it is a waste in any way and feel that it's worth it. I'm sure other people who have been on the ground feel completely different.
Your assumption that you are right and if someone feels differently than you that it is because they are either stupid or just can't get it, is disturbing yet common. (I am getting this from your posts, so maybe I'm off base)
his war made i harder for us to protect ourselfs but now one sees that yet, just think all the money WASTED over there could have used to make thing better at home to prevent something like 9/11 ever happening again. we could have start new project to make thing more secure here at home.
While I don't think this has made it harder to protect ourselves, and I object to the idea that the money was "wasted", I agree with the general sentiment of this statement. A few hundred billion could have gone a long way towards domestic security. I suppose you need to pick your battles and decide where the money would be best spent. Bush obviously felt that was Iraq, and Congress was dumb enough to green-light him. Oh well.
I think it's incredibly naive, however, to think that it would ever be possible to, as you said, "prevent something like 9/11 ever happening again." If by "like 9/11" you mean hijacking some airplanes and crashing into buildings, then yeah, I suppose you could take steps to ensure that doesn't happen again. But there is absolutely NO way to prevent whichever group of jackasses it happens to be that day from doing something nasty and killing thousands of people. You can make it harder, you can improve response and interdiction efforts, but you can't prevent it.