Neoconservatives decry execution of Iraq war

Discussion in 'Politics' started by Terry_Herrington, Nov 4, 2006.

  1. carpro

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    Hindsight is always 20/20.

    But different people have different 20/20s.;)
     
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    I'm sure the administration would have undertaken the war on terror somewhat differently if they knew the future. But they didn't and have done almost miraculous work in that fight, given the information as it developed.

    Terry, you always find people of like mind that hate this administration to bolster your position, and that's not either good or bad, but just wrong. It's wrong to attack a President in times of war, or any other time for that matter, but especially now.
     
  3. Terry_Herrington

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    So, during this war on terror the American people are to simply give the President a blank check and let him do anything he wants to in any manner he sees fit? So do you really think this is wise, to give one man this much power?

    I'm sorry but I think the President's policy of staying the course is what is truly dangerous to the American troops. I think his complete invasion of Iraq was a total mistake, and it would be unconscionable for me to say otherwise or to remain silent.
     
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    Hey, who would have thought that shipping huge quantities of arms to Iraq with no accounting for where they went, would have a downside?

    Who would have imagined that the generals were right about how many troops would be required? What do generals know about such things?

    Who would have guessed that Halliburton would blatantly overcharge if they weren't audited?

    Almost miraculous... :BangHead:
     
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    And who woulda thought that millions of tax dollars sent to Iraq are STILL unaccounted for lo these many years? Go figure.
     
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    Greetings LadyEagle,

    The last I heard, it was BILLIONS, not millions.

    BTW, are you ready for Wednesday to get here? My parents say that they are so sick and tired of all the Ford and Corker ads all over the television and radio in the Volunteer State. It's the same here in the Commonwealth... with Allen and Webb.

    God's Best to you,
    BiR
     
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    Is Perle accusing Rice of disloyalty?
     
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    Neocons complaining about the Iraq war...

    Isn't that like Kim Il Jung complaining about the lack of food in North Korea?
     
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    Am doing fine, BiR, and hope you are, too. Yes, the ads are all a little much, especially for some of us who have already voted (early voting). And that one AARP ad is driving me to the brink, am so sick of hearing this dude singing "come have some pie with me" I have temporarily turned against pie.:BangHead:

    Just as I have turned against all incumbents (except one on the local level).
     
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    Neocons, including most of GW's close advisors, are beginning to see their dream of a "Pax Americana" sliding away. How did American Christians ever get duped by this bunch of war-mongers?
     
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    Same way Rome and Germany did.

    SOURCE
     
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