Yeah, sure, I can see that the entire time Bush had the troops deployed was a total screw-up. Afghanistan was forgotten. But why a buildup is nothing more than compounding that mistake is lost on me.
The propping up and support of Pakistan, a country which should have remained our enemy before during and after 9/11 is also lost on me.
They are going to discuss Afghanistan in December. What if my best friend's kid is killed in November Barack? Why not speed that meeting up? Or I go work for another Democrat to be elected in 2012 and I want my money back.
. "The propping up and support of Pakistan, a country which should have remained our enemy before during and after 9/11 is also lost on me."
We are giving Pakistan a billion dollars a year. One billion dollars so that Pakistan can help the Taliban kill Americans. Pakistan doesn't think we can defeat the Taliban (nor do I). They are afraid of repercussions after we leave Afghanistan. And they want the Taliban to keep tabs on India.
What a nightmare! Time to get the hell out of there. Nobody wants us. Nobody likes us. What are we doing there? .
Do not argue with an idiot. He will drag you down to his level and beat you with experience.
I do think he cares, but he's being misled... I think he believes (for now- hope it changes soon) that it's in the best interest of the country. I think he's 100% wrong, but I'm very sure he cares more for the men than "Bring it on" GW did.
Truthfully I voted for Obama but what I am seeing now is he is to worried what the GOP thinks about him.Yes he passed some bills but a lot of these bills have a flor in them which is more advantageous to the corporations than to the people who elected him.What is his agenda really? J
I hear ya, Jerry - we're on similar tracks. He needs to quit worrying what the GOP and Tea-baggers think (if they are really capable of that function) and move on ! Throw the word "bipartisan" out the door ! Move forward, don't look back.
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