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    Quote Originally Posted by Hew View Post
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    How I envy your perseverance in arguing with a desciple of Al Frankin.


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    More;

    http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/89737a84-8...44feabdc0.html

    This gets uglier every day!!
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    There is ALWAYS MORE!!

    http://www.alertnet.org/thenews/newsdesk/N23119339.htm

    The Obama's undoing!!
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    And this: http://www.csmonitor.com/2009/0823/p02s01-usmi.html


    "He hinted at them in a different interview on Sunday morning on NBC's "Meet the Press": "In certain ways, we're stating anew" in Afghanistan, he [Mullen] said. Given that this October will mark the eighth anniversary of American involvement in Afghanistan, that might appear a shocking statement. But Mullen intimated why, despite billions of dollars and thousands of lives lost, the past eight years have brought the US no closer to its goal of a stable Afghanistan that can deny Al Qaeda refuge.
    The reason: America has never before had a plan or the resources to do what must be done. Mullen put it this way: "This is the first time we've really resourced a strategy on both the civilian and military side.""

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    Quote Originally Posted by YardleyLabs View Post
    And this: http://www.csmonitor.com/2009/0823/p02s01-usmi.html


    "He hinted at them in a different interview on Sunday morning on NBC's "Meet the Press": "In certain ways, we're stating anew" in Afghanistan, he [Mullen] said. Given that this October will mark the eighth anniversary of American involvement in Afghanistan, that might appear a shocking statement. But Mullen intimated why, despite billions of dollars and thousands of lives lost, the past eight years have brought the US no closer to its goal of a stable Afghanistan that can deny Al Qaeda refuge.
    The reason: America has never before had a plan or the resources to do what must be done. Mullen put it this way: "This is the first time we've really resourced a strategy on both the civilian and military side.""
    Because Bush wanted nothing to do with Afgahnistan.
    Everyone who has gone there has lost.
    The people live in holes in the ground.
    They have no infrastructure, electricity & such is primitive at best.
    Bin Ladens comuniques are VHS tapes.
    (state of the art technology)

    The goal in Iraq was to build a free nation and stabilize the region.

    Dis credit it all you want, but Afgahnistan is "another Viet Nam!!"
    Cannot possibly win there.

    As smart as you are, I can't beleive you don't know that.
    Stan b & Elvis

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    This has got to stop!!

    http://in.reuters.com/article/domest...11764020090825

    Why are we even there??
    Obama trying to show up Bush??

    That's all this is.
    Stan b & Elvis

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