WFB: "Iraq Is Lost"

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    expect more of this in the coming weeks and months. Kind of a sad day, when even conservatives are losing faith in the process.
     
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    Sad indeed, sadder yet, is the lost American`s, and our belief, that the Iraq people had "back bones". A couple of "pot holes" in the road, and their ready to bail.

    I don`t think people anymore, really understand what freedom is all about.

    We do, American`s may fight, and throw barb`s back and forth, but when it get`s down to it, we are in agreement, freedom is worth fighting for.

    These emerging countries, Iraq being one, just don`t seem to have the fortitude to "stick it out".

    You`d almost think, WE were the ones, sitting road side bombs, and doing random shootings.

    Something goes wrong, anywhere in the world, and it`s OUR fault. Well, big new`s flash, it ain`t our fault.

    We, unfortunately, can`t divorce ourselves from these world events, but it`s becoming harder to have a positive demeanor.

    I`m heading in the direction of ......................... :gives:
     
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    I just don't see it, and I think this is a true example
    of denial nearly psychotic in its extremeness.

    I thas been almost three years since Saddam was
    overtghrown, and it is the Iraqis who have been
    at each other's throats when they could as easlily
    have been shaking each other's hands, and getting
    on with the job of rebuilding their country, which
    is potentially one of the world's richest.




    I do not see how we can acknowledge defeat if
    it means giving Islamist terror any chance of
    winning Iraq.

    If the Sunni will not join the government as
    responsible partners, then they will have to
    be ruled as suppressed subjects. I do not
    think can prevail against the superior numbers
    of the Shia and Kurds, especially if the US
    gives technical support to the Shia-Kurd
    side of the struggle.
     
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    Thanks for the post, Nato Air.

    No question about it. Subsequent posts by trobinett and others might somehow disillusion you. YOU, NATO AIR, are comprehending what you are reading and the others are shitting their pants figuring out whether the "I TOLD YOU SO" is your next communication.

    I could have said "I TOLD YOU SO" hundreds of times here in USMessage Board. I chose not to rub the faces on the naysayers into the unpleasantry of truth. Those that like the bull shit as dictated by the boy genious recovering crackhead in the WhiteHouse or the Main Stream Corporate Media will never understand even their own dilemma. As Jesus would encourage, shake the dust off your feet and move on. At least 'till your next truthful post.


    Psychoblues
     
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    Thanks so much for all the support !
     
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    There is a long way to go before Iraq will know any peace.

    There is also a long way to go before the US mission-
    to establish Democracy there- can be ruled a failure.
     
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    Psycho has too grab at any bad news he can to feel good. :gay:
     
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    Psycho, I've told you once, but you seem to suffer from a learning disability, so here it is again.

    Don't you DARE even BEGIN to THINK about telling us what Jesus wants us to do. After all that talk about how religion is a crutch for the weak and that only a fool would believe in God, you have no right to question anyone on following their religion. You ever talk to Jesus and ask him what he wants you to do? I didn't think so. You lose. Sit down.
     
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    I just posted it to mark the loss of another prominent conservative figure from the ranks of those who believe this can be a victory.

    We have a long way to go before we can win. We're going to lose more supporters, some to honest loss of faith and others to the defeatist propoganda of the media and politicians.

    We shall see whether we can bear the attrition of support for the duration of the mission.
     

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