Irrelevant. Hindsight is 20/20. US/Coalition invaded Iraq with support from domestic and international community on what was thought to be good intelligence. At the time, it was 'clear'.
It was only after the 'war' didn't end immediately, like a video game, that support waned.
Saddam Hussein did in fact in his history gas and otherwise kill en masse his own people. Did you conveniently just forget that?
The Iraqi people didn't want an oppressive dictator as much as the Libyans. However 10 years ago, the means of social networking and the wide spread communication technology that we have now didn't exist or was in it's infancy. The fact there were no mass uprisings coordinated on Twitter didn't mean the sentiment wasn't there.
The tag line we got over and over was " isn't our business, why are we there?" No difference. Now we have 3 conflicts. 3 nations to build. What happened to "The US shouldn't be the world's police? The US shouldn't be building nations?"
The justification and blind acceptance by some for this administration is unreal (Note: I could say the same for the last administration as well).