When it was decided to go into Iraq in 2003, not many people in the United States were clear about why, but they were angry after the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center and were willing to see this as a solution. But this invasion cost us too much money and too many lives.
The 2003 invasion of Iraq was conducted under false pretenses. It was done solely to enrich the military industrial complex cronies that Bush II and his fellow treasury looters had invested in. It was done without regard to the American taxpayer or its soldiers. Therefore, all the money spent was too much money.
Seeing that the foundation of that war was proved incorrect it is obvious that too much money was spent on the 2003 invasion of Iraq. Furthermore, Bush was too concerned with making waves rather than preserving and protecting taxpayer money, so not only was America forced into an unjust war we were forced to finance unnecessary displays of military might.
No, they did not spend to much money on the invasion of Iraq. There was a serious threat in Iraq, and a large invasion was needed. Also any time a war is started there is a huge cost, since so much equipment has to be transported to the war zone.
No, I do not think that too much money was spent on the 2003 invasion of Iraq, because the invasion was important. Cheney spent a lot of time developing a calculated risk and response to and against the terrorists. He had intelligence that the Iraq war was necessary. They spent only what they had to in order to meet their goals.