USA future in Iraq

It would appear that George WBYa is going for broke. Tonight he has sacked and replaced the two senior Generals in Iraq who have both spoken out against the plan to increase USA forces by 20% with a view to enforce his will on Iraq by brute strength of arms.

The last actions of a Politician who sees both his place in history and any belief he was even an adequate President slipping down the pan because he listened to Right Wing Hawks, Big Business and the Jewish Lobby.

Nutty
 
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Nutty said:
It would appear that George WBYa is going for broke. Tonight he has sacked and replaced the two senior Generals in Iraq who have both spoken out against the plan to increase USA forces by 20% with a view to enforce his will on Iraq by brute strength of arms.

The last actions of a Politician who sees both his place in history and any belief he was even an adequate President slipping down the pan because he listened to Right Wing Hawks, Big Business and the Jewish Lobby.

Nutty

And indeed, in Vietnem they believed they could swamp the 'men on bikes' with more troops and succeed. See also The Sudan. See also The Lebanon.

Won't these ******* ever learn?

Levers
 

Bergen

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Nutty said:
It would appear that George WBYa is going for broke. Tonight he has sacked and replaced the two senior Generals in Iraq who have both spoken out against the plan to increase USA forces by 20% with a view to enforce his will on Iraq by brute strength of arms.

The last actions of a Politician who sees both his place in history and any belief he was even an adequate President slipping down the pan because he listened to Right Wing Hawks, Big Business and the Jewish Lobby.

Nutty

I truly wish that you were right in your assumptions Nutty, but I have a bad feeling that this is about Dubya positioning the US for war with Iran. The Democrats just took over Congress and the Senate and he is trying to kick off Armageddon before anyone can stop him.

He has totally ignored the ISG recommendations and is still listening to the Neocons, the Likudniks and the Halliburtons. It's relatively quiet in Iraq at the moment but I sense the calm before the storm

RM
 
Why is it that we have now reached a level of technology and knowledge that should enable most of the world to live in peace and comfort, yet the leaders of our counties' are such dim witted fucks that seem intent on dooming our planet to a perpetual state of aggro?
Tossers.
 
Bergen said:
Nutty said:
It would appear that George WBYa is going for broke. Tonight he has sacked and replaced the two senior Generals in Iraq who have both spoken out against the plan to increase USA forces by 20% with a view to enforce his will on Iraq by brute strength of arms.

The last actions of a Politician who sees both his place in history and any belief he was even an adequate President slipping down the pan because he listened to Right Wing Hawks, Big Business and the Jewish Lobby.

Nutty

I truly wish that you were right in your assumptions Nutty, but I have a bad feeling that this is about Dubya positioning the US for war with Iran. The Democrats just took over Congress and the Senate and he is trying to kick off Armageddon before anyone can stop him.

He has totally ignored the ISG recommendations and is still listening to the Neocons, the Likudniks and the Halliburtons. It's relatively quiet in Iraq at the moment but I sense the calm before the storm

RM


Its a terrifying thought Bergs. Also the fact that forces are stretched to the limit and that Soldiers are burned out by so many back to back operational tours, doesnt give much confidence for the "big push" into Iran.

Its water under the bridge now, but WHY THE FCK did the American people vote to keep him in office? Surely they must see this cnut for what he is? A prize BARSTEWARD!!

On a sideline mate, what do you think of Barack Obama?
 

safewalrus

War Hero
What sort of reply can you give to that? You can't can you? Armageddon here we come, ready or not!

I'm not one to adovocate mutiny lightly because IT IS a dirty word, but hell if we (the UK and the USofA) don't do something pretty damn soon it'll be that or we're all DOOMED (Mr Mannering)! Please God, it don't get that far! :( :( :(
 

slim

War Hero
In this day and age when the president of the U.S.A. seems to dictate policy to the prime minister of Britain, its about time we had a vote in U.S.A. presidential elections.
 

jumpinjarhead

Badgeman
As a "yank" (but hopefully not a "******" to boot) I would be interested to hear from some of you unabashed critics how you would conduct the Iraqi operation if you were in charge.
 
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