#6 Did anyone bomb the US when they invaded Iraq?
Nobody (yet) bombed Russia for illegally invading and committing atrocities in Ukraine, they are busy killing the "meat waves" your fuhrer Putin keeps throwing at them.
Your script has been trying to bring Iraq as some sort of equivalence to illegal and unprovoked war against Ukraine, which is non-sequitur.
But just a little history:
1. Ukraine - the country whose borders Russia agreed to respect and protect as per 1994 Budapest Memorandum:
On December 5, 1994 the leaders of Ukraine, Russia, UK, and the United States signed a memorandum to provide Ukraine with security assurances in connection with its accession to the NPT as a non-nuclear weapon state: "1. The Russian Federation, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the United States of America reaffirm their commitment to Ukraine, in accordance with the principles of the Final Act of the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe, to respect the independence and sovereignty and the existing borders of Ukraine."
2. The corrupt UN's Oil-For-Food-Programme (OFF) allowed Saddam, his henchmen and various crooks within the UN and around the program, like Benon Sevan, Nadhmi Auchi, to skim of billions of USD from the program that was supposed to provide food to Iraqi people. The evidence uncovered after Iraq was taken under Coalition's control showed that "less than 2/3 of $60B went to food aid" and "much of the food aid supplied... was unfit for human consumption." Various entities involved in the corrupt program included French TotalFina/Total oil company, many Russian firms and individuals, even Russian Orthodox Church were on al Mada list of illegal oil trading.
Top 3 violators that paid kickbacks to UNOFF to receive Iraq's oil were Russia (30%), France (15%), and China (10%) - all were strongly against Iraq war.
3. Iraq's nuclear program was interrupted by the 1991 Gulf War as it was on the verge of a breakthrough. In 2003 Iraq was under UN, US and IAEA sanctions and was violating and not cooperating with at least 17 UN resolutions and kept refusing inspections, while sending caravans of trucks to Syria. Of course, UN doesn't really have an army, outside of some "peacekeeping" forces, and Saddam at the time had the world's fifth largest army and was boasting about "Mother of all wars" if sanctions and inspections were enforced. Somebody had to do what UN wasn't able to do, hence Coalition of the Willing, including some NATO and non-NATO countries took care of the tyrant who has in the past was developing NBC WMDs (including Osirak nuclear reactor that was destroyed by Israel in 1981 - Operation Opera/Operation Babylon) and who had used chemical weapons against Iran as well as his own people. Saddam has been warned multiple times about consequences of non-cooperation with UN, yet chose war instead of allowing inspectors in.
4. A number of MiG-31s as well as other Russian arms and equipment have been found in Iraq's desert in underground/under-sand warehouses.
5. On December 19 2003 - 6 days after Saddam was pulled out of the "spider hole" - Libyan strongman Muammar Gaddafi asked the US and UK to dismantle his WMD nuclear program and oversee the destruction of his chemical weapons stockpile.
6. Jan 15, 2023 - Iraqi PM Mohammed al-Sudani calls for U.S. troops staying in Iraq and supports indefinite presence of U.S. troops in his country.