Let's stay in Iraq until were broke and dead?

@amiksinha (1961)
India
September 22, 2006 1:35pm CST
Bush says were stayin no matter what.Must be right. No plan,just stayin,and impersonating Democrats who actually HAVE ideas.
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@1alyssa (758)
• United States
28 Sep 06
i think this has gone on long enough and they should come home it is not our fault they need so much help keeping it together over there they need to come home and worry about the problems that are here
@sevenseas (754)
• United States
28 Sep 06
If we walked out today, all the millions of people who helped us would be tortured and slaughtered. We gave them our word we would stay until they are stable. This was a request made formally by their leaders and from the people themselves. Also, we have soldiers who have girlfriends in Iraq and don't have any intention of leaving them in harms way to be brutalized by the terrorist retards. So, keep that in mind before you make alot of judgement calls. Sure, it's expensive, but what is worth more...YOUR tax dollars or a country full of beautiful people just wanting to live normal lives without fear and without being terrorized or bullied. To pull out now would be absurd and cruel.
@babray06 (1787)
• India
27 Sep 06
It seems common Iraquies fate will remain same for few more years to come. Is there no person in Iraq who can rule that country better that US? If ther betterment of Iraq is the issue I can suggest something. Because the US has a big heart and wants to help Iraq out of mess, US can fund developmental projects which will be looked after by any world body (may be UN), that will ensure no misappropriation of funds takes place. And let the county run by a person who has the capability of running. I guess that is not very difficult to choose.
• United States
26 Sep 06
I continue to be impressed with these very intellectual people who seem to feel they have the inside track on the plans of the administration.. Do they really think that the plan should be revealed to the people of the country (and the enemies of the country) as a routiine practice? Makes one wonder how intellectuals can be so lost from the realm of logic and practicum.
• China
24 Sep 06
Just like Vietnam, it's a millstone around Uncle Sam's neck and the longer they stay the more it'll weigh him down.And there's enough dagnabbity, red-blooded, brain-washed republicans to ensure that'll happen. Let 'em stay!! Everybody gets exactly what they deserve in this world -- reap as you would sow.
• India
23 Sep 06
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@flowerchilde (12520)
• United States
23 Sep 06
I think it would be great if democracy would take a hold.. and I think it's very possible.. It would be very good because, for such as Saddam (and some others) want(ed) suitcase and pocket WMD's.. Go figure! With all that oil, they can't compete with the 'imperialist' west, so they all have to gang up on that tiny sliver of the western world on the meditterranian and keep threatening to obliterate it, and the rest of the west later, after that. Were you aware Saddam sent his nuclear expert to Niger twice? [The only thing Niger trades is uranium].. There was some terror contacts too.. I was really surprised to find out the Senate intelligence committee took Saddam's word for some things!! I want to read the book his general wrote.. :))
• India
23 Sep 06
Iraq might have been ruled by a dictator but it was a nation that could take care of it self, i have been to Baghdad myself before the war The country is in shambles now the Americans have to set things straight before they leave
@nextgen (1888)
• India
22 Sep 06
yes, it is divided in 3 part