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All-night Push 
17th-Jul-2007 02:52 pm
Muhommad Caraciture
Not sex, but effed up all the same.

The Democrats are beginning their big push to start the troop pullout from Iraq. This is called "redeployment".

What it is is, effectively, "unconditional surrender".

"Republicans will need to choose whether they want to protect the president or protect our troops," said Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid of Nevada.

Harry, how about protecting the United States?

This is the dirty business of the military: to get shot at SO WE WON'T BE. Perhaps if you were less interested in trying to ensure the very real military loss for a virtual political gain, this would be over by now. Why not let our troops do what they are supposed to, without your politically correct encumbrances? As long as we continue to fight this war on the enemy's terms, we will never win.

Article below.

Democrats start all-night push for change in Iraq
Wed Jul 18, 2007 2:48 AM IST

By Thomas Ferraro and Richard Cowan

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - With cots, pillows and pleas for change, the Democratic-led U.S. Senate began a rare around-the-clock session on Tuesday to push President George W. Bush and fellow Republicans to end the Iraq war. [...]
17th-Jul-2007 11:22 pm (UTC)
The first Gulf war was done right... up until the end where we should have taken out Saddam. This one is acting more and more like Vietnam every day. With more and more bleeding hearts refusing to face up to the fact that when dealing with a group that has NO respect for human life, you have to be tough and mean and violent. That is all they know. These people are blowing up their own people, and/or allowing Saudis and others to blow up their own people. "Oh how horrible... 3500 Americans dead!" Yes... that is horrible. But how many Iraqi's are killed each day? They find 30-40 headless bodies every day over there. And it sure as hell ain't the Americans doing it! I'm telling ya... nuke the whole damned place. End of problem.
18th-Jul-2007 04:13 pm (UTC)
Personally, I wish we had never gone in there. Or at least gone in with a better plan and an exit strategy. But that's not the case. I don't want to see any more of our troops killed but see no way to get out without that happening. I find it all very sad. But then I start getting angry, at politicians on both sides for not shutting up and letting the military do they're job. At the Iraqis and terrorist, who wont just leave us the fuck alone. Then I think, "Nuke em from orbit. Its the only way to be sure". Then I get mad at myself for condoning genocide. The whole situation sucks rocks. But the nukes are sounding better and better.
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