Discussion in 'Congress' started by Truthmatters, Mar 22, 2008.
Wow I hope this is a joke.
Because he has already said he will listen to the commanders on the ground and do what is best to achieve a safe exit.
McSame on the other hand will have us there his entire tenure in office.
Look at what he said. You can not both have no combat brigades and no permanent bases in Iraq AND have combat Brigades IN Iraq at the same time. They are mutually exclusive. Further the dieing won't stop IF he is going to pull out but go back every time there is a problem, in fact I suggest the dieing will increase for us since rather then on the ground in place we will have to move to the hot spots allowing attacks every step of the way. We won't have a working knowledge of the people or the forces already there either.
Or this one...
Nationally, Hillary Clinton now holds a very slight advantage over Barack Obama, 46% to 44%. Before the story broke about his former Pastor, Obama led Clinton by eight percentage points (see recent daily results). While the national polls remain close, Rasmussen Markets data gives Obama a -% chance to win the Democratic nomination while expectations for a Clinton victory are at -%.
What? You never heard of Mugabe?
We were talking about President Obama.
It is silly speculation, imagination and paranoia.
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Whether McCain was taken out of context or not - or even if he is correct - the American public does not want hear the troops being in Iraq for 100 years, especially when there is no end in sight to the conflict and Americans continue dying.
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