How is my question wrong?
I did not say that those opposed to the war wanted Hussein in power.
Actually, what you said was:
It seems to me that if they are truly opposed to the war,then they should be upset that Saddam is gone.
Which of course, is silly and should never have been said. And, arguably, it does infer that those who opposed the war wanted Hussein in power.
Also,I wanted to know if you opposed us (the US) doing it,or if you were opposed to the fact it was done at all.
Well, it is possible to be opposed to the WAY it was done.
I would have preferred to have the Security Council give the go-ahead -- rather than us going at it in the manner in which it was done.
There is nothing wrong with the questions at all.I phrased them exactly the way I meant to.
I'm sure in your own mind there was nothing wrong with the questions. But that does not mean there was nothing wrong with them -- just that you see nothing wrong with them.
That is the problem people often run into when they are trying to make an argument, but pretending to ask questions instead.