Since when is the enemy my responsibility as well?
How many true enemies did the US have in Iraq? Not everybody who dies because of US military action is an enemy.
Tell you what, you pay US taxes or fucking behave yourself at the very least as nation and I'll either regard you as someone that my country has to actually worry about or we likewise won't have a reason to show up.
You think we like to go to war? Fucking peasants.
I don't think you like going to war, but I do think you overestimate its effectiveness.
What did the Iraq war actually accomplish? Vietnam? Bosnia probably helped, though that combined with the NATO expansion inspired Russian aggression and Georgia and Ukraine are paying the price now.
Much of Afghanistan is better but in total war is incredibly destructive, it's very rare circumstances that it actually helps.
I can't wait until the US starts actually putting out of global affairs. The shocked looks on your stupid faces as you realize the US was actually doing something vital for you the whole time... I'll be giggling at your expense for the rest of my days.
I don't disagree that the US is generally a positive influence but I don't think you really understand how much hostility that aggressive attitude incurs.
Remember Americans aren't the only ones proud of their country or who think they should have influence, imagine you're not an American but you're an Iranian or Russian cheering for your side. You might hate your government, be all about free speech, democracy, and everything else you associate with the US. But when you see the arrogance that the US acts with on the international state you're going to find it very difficult to cheer for the US.
With your patriotism if you weren't an American I'd very much expect you'd hate the US.