I believe KM's point - albeit presented piss poorly
Jimminy Christmas people who cannot understand understated sarcasm and wit should not reply to Keymaker's posts. Unbelievable how literal and voraciously people took it. He doesn't even have to try anymore. Throw a tiny but of chum on the water and the sharks attack.
But I thank you Sarge, and KM thanks you. Or likely he doesn't because he so enjoys playing with his food.
What we are fighting for is for United States servicemen to walk around and be killed, throw in 201 British soldiers killed and for what? So that we can prop up Karzai and his laws allowing wife starving and other outrageous religious practices because that is what we have gotten ourselves into.
We should not be there. We should never have been there. We should get out today. We are doing nothing good there, only making matters worse.
We should not be there. We should never have been there.
Well if 911 never happened we would have not even gone there in the first place - much like if Pearl Harbor never happened I don't think the US would have entered WW2 at all
We should get out today.
We will get out when Afghans can defend themselves and why is that taking so long ? ?
We are doing nothing good there, only making matters worse.
We did plenty of good like re-opening girls schools , stopped public floggings and executions committed by the Taliban , higher education for men . Better health care that is even open to woman and they have now Ambulances for the first time . Better job opportunities for teens .
You Betcha we did some good there .
Keep in mind that is in Kabul - out laying villages are still under some sort of Taliban control
what about the wives who are being starved to death legally?
Well, Afghanistan has signed the Statute of Rome which outlaws sexual slavery. As co-signatory Britain has a duty to bring offenders to justice before the ICC so instead of defending Karzai we should be arresting him - whoops!
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