Mission...Complete?

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    <blockquote>'There is one thing I'm not going to do. I am not going to pull our troops off the battlefield before the mission is complete.' - George W. Bush, 11/28/06</blockquote>

    <center><img src=http://www.davidstuff.com/usa/lincoln/bush-mission.jpg></center>

    Somebody needs to get Chimpy a thesaurus and show him that "complete" and "accomplished" are synonyms.

    But more to the point, it shows that, despite Rummy being (finally) shown the door, despite a repudiation of Administration policy this past November 7th, nothing has changed. He is still spouting the same, tired, "stay-the-course" rhetoric that lost Republicans control of Congress. Neither he, nor his neocon, chicken-hawk apologists, have any strategy for bringing our troops home. So they leave our troops in the middle of an increasingly bloody civil-war, targets for both sides. While they dither and try to save face and their collective political asses, our soldiers and Marines are dying. How many more must die? Who will be the last asked to die for a mistake?

    Questions which, apparently, have never crossed the minds of the architects of the quagmire that is Iraq. Safely insulated by distance from the carnage, lacking any grasp on the reality of the situation, they will change nothing until they are removed from office, either by the vote or by impeachment.
     
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    It must warm your heart to know al Jazeera, Adolf Ahmadinejad of Iran, the fat little dog eater in North Korea, and the terrorist websites are all backing your efforts to pull the troops out of Iraq and run away from the terrorists

    They are giddy over the Dems winning the election since they know you do not the balls to stand up to them

    The Neville Chamberlain approach to appeasing evil did not work in the 1930's and it will not work today with the terrorists

    I know you will never "get it" BP, to you and your fellow kooks, the only threat to world peace in Pres Bush
     
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    Good shot. yes I'd agree it is time to add some preparation H to his butt. In our so called kind and gentle ways had we gone in and rooted Al sadr out and hung him from a rope in the middle of sadr city that would have been a good effort. then flatten that area completely out. And now since the terrorist bodies have no faces that spout off in public now since they are all dead because we tracked them down I would like to see our troops either advance on crushing these heartless bastards or pack up and get out. Since politics has been the policy and not military action it is time for a change. See I'd like to think our troops succeeded with full support of the government but I don't think that is a correct assumption.
     
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    Of copurse, libs actuallt believe the US should rely on the UN to smooth things over whenever terrorists kill.

    Remember, Kerry's "global test" requirement

    Do the words "Oil For Food" remind you libs of anything?

    Before you tell America to seek permission from the UN, remember these things about the UN
     
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    We are not going to pull out of Iraq anytime soon. Pulling out of Iraq would give power over to Iran, and they would control much of the oil. The Shia would probably overrun the Sunni and we'd end up with a situation similar to Syria. Iran would essentially control most of Iraq, Syria, and Lebanon(Hamas). And once they get their nuke they will be a new Islamic superpower sitting on the world's oil supplies.

    This may be the situation kooky libs like Bully and Michael Moore want, but Bush certainly isn't going to let it happen. I doubt even the Dims would pull out, they must appease Israel above all else, even over the Michael Moore Dim-wits.
     
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    Pretty soon Michael Moore will be attacking the Dems more fierce than he did Republicans:


    http://michaelmoore.com/words/message/index.php
     
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    Michael Moore needs to give his ears a good tug and pop his head out of his fat ass. The war in Iraq, and the ensuing disasterous occupation, is not a problem for the Democrats to solve. The architects of this quagmire we call Iraq were Republicans with messianic delusions. But it is not a problem for them to solve either. It is America's problem now, and the only way out is to stop the fucking finger-pointing and work together to bring our troops home and ensure a stable Middle-East.

    In order to do that, ALL the players have to come to the table. That means Iran, Syria, Turkey, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and every other Gulf Nation, as well as Israel and the US must come to the table and hammer out a plan to stabilize the situation in Iraq. It will mean everyone sitting at that table will need to swallow their irrelevant pride and take some bitter medicine to ensure that stability is achieved.
     
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    Sorry to tell you this, but Iran already has power in Iraq. Iran is a Shi'a Muslim state. Shi'as also compromise the majority in Iraq and, golly, Iran is where Al-Maliki and many others in the current Iraqi government spent the years of Saddam's reign. Go figure.
     
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    What a crock of Utopian bullshit. "All the sides need to come together." Like THAT's going to happen. And your willingness to appease third world wananbe's in the name of "swallowing pride" speaks volumes.

    How about we just kick the shit out of the lot of them and leave, and tell them if we hear so much as a peep from their sorry asses we'll kick the shit out of them again?
     

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