However we are fighting for is democracy and defending Afghans from the return of the Oppressive Taliban
Certainly sounds noble. And I think that's what most Americans would want to believe — present company included. But I think the promise has left the room some time ago. We're fighting cockroaches. They adapt over night to every new insecticide we spray on them, and they come back stronger and more numerous. And the more vigorous our assault, the more our international standing suffers.
The Russians failed to crack the code. Doesn't look like we're having any more luck. Even diplomacy is not getting much traction. This is a text book example of being btwn a rock and a hard place. And man oh man, are there a lot of rocks and hard places over there!
IMO The Russians failed because they were trying to break the people , instead of wining their hearts . Thats is something the Coalition only started to do recently , way to late in the game so to speak and for that I blame Iraq for the resource drain , if wasn't for 2 wars I suspect we would be out of Afghanistan a few years ago .
Not to mention we backed the Mujahadin against the Russians - which begs the question where is the Taliban getting their weapons ?
Because I asked you a very direct question — several times, as is usually the case with you — and you have yet to answer. So since you have not said that it is a big deal for, I can only assume that it isn't. Want to dispute my assumption? Give me a straight answer. DOH!
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