Many things have been said and written about America's invasion of Iraq. To date, most of what have been said is essentially reactions leveled against the explanations adopted by the then America's regime and her allies in justifying invasion of Iraq. Bush's regime told the international community that there was urgent need to invade Iraq in order to oust Saddam Hussein's despotic leadership from power and thus pave way for the entrenchment of democracy in Iraq which is a prerequisite to international peace and security especially in this era of terrorism. Even though UN Security Council's intelligence personnel assigned the responsibility of investigating America's claims of existence of WMDs in Iraq was not in harmony with those claims, America went ahead in engaging in one of the most expensive war since the end of Cold War. This essay seeks to establish whether sociopolitical explanations adopted by America amidst protests from the International community and the UN were underpinned by America's interest to maintain her global economic dominance or the proclaimed political motive of liberating Iraqis from tyranny.