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Force Recon

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#21 14 years ago

I read the current President Talabani had some alliance with Saddam before and now he claims he hates Saddam.

Well if Al Qaeda denied it, then we should definately believe them. They are so well known for being men of honor and trustworthy.

That's why I said I am not sure.




Psychokenesis

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#22 14 years ago
butt_man08Yes, I agree. Most Americans don't support this war. Only the blind and dillusional still do. There was no real justification for it in the first place. A pointless war.

No doubt...but how long will the U.S. remain...Thats' the question It feels worse than Vietnam




crzymnky

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#23 14 years ago

I doubt this will have any affect on bushes popularity, people already hate him or are devoted to him




Seth_Soldier

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#24 14 years ago
SaquistNo doubt...but how long will the U.S. remain...Thats' the question It feels worse than Vietnam

not really since us army is paying mercenaries and is using the new "iraqi" army to do the dirty job. Notice that the new iraqi army is see as collabo army (pejorative word for assistant, a little bit like "traitor under an other flag") and are hated by the majority of the population. And when you see that 99% of the insurgent are native irakian ... i think us army will be kept on a little corner in te desert but will still there




GreatGrizzly

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#25 14 years ago
Red MenaceI think he was being sarcastic.

oh ok :D

You aren't very good at this sort of thing, are you...

and what is that supposed to mean?




WarHawk109

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#26 14 years ago

The vast majority of the military supports the war in Iraq.




GreatGrizzly

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#27 14 years ago

publicly saying that they dont support the war will only lower the moral even more then it is now i believe that they all hate this war, but complaining about it will only make it worse




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#28 14 years ago

Complaining about the handling of the war would have gotten someone other than Bush into office in 2004. Complaining about the war in general would have gotten public support to withdraw from the war. Either way, if they wanted new management or to entirely withdraw from Iraq, announcing their disapproval would have given the troops what they wanted.




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#29 14 years ago

Political proponganda like this is completly necessary.

When you think through it, you know that no matter what part affilation, no matter what administration is "ruling" the people need to have confidence in the government. If they don't have confidence, the government gets overturned.

Cite: -American Revolution -Articles of Confederation -French Revolution (ish)

The people need to belive in the government, even if they disagree with its policies. If bush intreviewed live privates then they could become all emotional, completly turning over the administration - causing panic that the government can no longer fend for the people.




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#30 14 years ago

Maybe so, but thats not always a bad thing, considering how well the Bush administration is 'taking care" of the American people (especially the people in New Orleans). Revolution isn't a game, its only there for when the government fails to do its job and there are few governments who have failed to do their job worse than the Bush government.