Black People : Curveball, lied about WMD in Iraq, so why not bring troops home Now?

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  1. Ankhur

    Ankhur Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    :See folks are looking into the con game,

    now everyone knows how many billions the Bush and Cheney families have made in Iraq in the past 2 years via Haliburton and the Carlysle group,
    so now the whole world knows the war was based on a bunch fo bull mess

    and it is no longer a conspiracy

    theory that WMD story is a lie
    so,
    why are the troops still there colonizing a sovereign nation,
    and keeping young ecnonimicly challenged sisters and brothers who had no other recourse then the military

    in harms way:qqb026:????????



    All those millions dead on one side,
    and billions made on the other

    all based on the hate story of an Iraqi Infromant that "Cried Wolf":SuN021:
     
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    private contractors are still making money. when the money stops the war will stop.
     
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  4. Ankhur

    Ankhur Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    I am glad that you guyz were on this one....

    I knew you all would be

    I intended upon posting this info myself last night but I didnt becauze I figured with all the talented people on here it was going to happen....

    May the divine bless us all....
     
  6. Ankhur

    Ankhur Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Gates Warns on U.S. Withdrawal from Iraq The unrest in Iraq comes as the Obama administration continues to float the prospect of a prolonged U.S. occupation. On Wednesday, U.S. Secretary of Defense Robert Gates told a congressional hearing that Iraq will face strong challenges if the United States follows through on a planned withdrawal later this year. Gates repeated previous assertions that a withdrawal could be delayed if the U.S.-backed Iraqi government requests it.

    Defense Secretary Robert Gates: "There is certainly, on our part, an interest in having an additional presence. And the truth of the matter is, the Iraqis are going to have some problems that they’re going to have to deal with if they’re—if we are not there in some numbers. They will not be able to do the kind of job in intelligence fusion. They won’t be able to protect their own airspace. They—they will not—they will have problems with logistics and maintenance. But, it’s their country. It’s a sovereign country. This is the agreement that was signed by President Bush and the Iraqi government. And we will abide by the agreement, unless the Iraqis ask us to have additional people there."


    http://www.democracynow.org/2011/2/17/headlines#6
     
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