NATO agrees to exit Afcarnistan by 2014

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    NATO seems to have just taken a radically different position in regards to it's leadership, promoting the status of both the EU and Russia, while reducing the leadership role of the US.
     
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    NATO is useless. I see no reason for us to continue being a part of NATO. It does us more harm than it does good. How much money does it cost U.S. Tax Payers to continue propping them up? Is it really worth it? Not in my opinion.
     
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    good call.... karzai is a pig
     
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    Lmao!!!!!
     
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    Globalism is way way over-rated. NATO should be a part of the past. It's definitely an outdated concept. The cost to American Tax Payers keeping NATO afloat is enormous. It's time to move on.
     
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    Don't worry, NATO is moving on, and signaling their unwillingness to fight our wars for us.
     
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    Cool. Maybe now our politicians here will start using some common sense and end NATO. It really is an old and outdated concept. The costs for American Tax Payers keeping it staggering along are just too much in my opinion. It's no longer worth it continuing to prop it up. Obviously they wont be listening to me though. They'll just continue on raping the Tax Payers to pay for their useless follies. I know nothing will ever change but i do still dare to dream.
     
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    The US doesn't have the power to end NATO. NATO doesn't need us anymore anyway.
     
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    The U.S. has the power to end its involvement in NATO. Once we're gone,i don't care what NATO does. As long as we're not paying for it anymore,i'll be very happy. There just isn't a need for NATO anymore. It really is that simple in the end. Too bad our politicians are too corrupt to acknowledge this and get us out. Business as usual i guess. It's sad.
     
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    Since you have said that now 4 times and I can't find any evidence that the US is "paying for" NATO, I gotta ask you for something to back that up.

    And despite what you may think the Europeans seem to think there is a need for NATO with or without the US. NATO is an always has been a European project with a role played by Canada and the US.

    Now That Russia is getting involved and likely several former soviet bloc states it looks like they will be viable for decades.
     

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