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I don't support the war in Lybia (Vanity)..
JSDude1 | 3/22/11 | J.J.S.

Posted on 03/22/2011 5:21:03 AM PDT by JSDude1

It's not that I don't support the US military, because I do FULLY, and wish our forces in harms way (whether led by a fool or not) a safe return home.

With that being said: I DO NOT support the War in Libya.

HERE'S Why:

1st we do not know our allies (or if they even are our allies..do we really know the "rebels"? What they stand for..If they are Islamists, or Western 'democrats'?? Can we controll who takes over should Quadaffi step down?

2ndly: What is our national interest in Libya? I suggest we really have no strategic (foreign policy) reason to be in Libya. We get virtually all our oil somewhere else, we do not know who's side the rebels will be on (but I can predict) in real politic terms if they come out on top, and as sad as a humanitarian tragedy war is- it really wasn't our fight to get involved with Quadaffi vs. his people.

3rd, WHAT IS OUR OBJECTIVE?? It started out as a humanitarian effort to end the slaughter of civllians, aka (to bring Quadaffi to just stop indescriminate bombing, and possbily at the most to bring him to the 'negotiating table'..), and now I hear Obama "Quadaffi 'Must Go')? Do we really have a goal, and should we really be there to ensure "Quadaffi must go"??

DO WE HAVE AN 'EXIT STRATEGY'

Fourth: Where was the Federal Constitutional authority for President Obama to direct us in another war..? No less under the authority of the U.N.

Fifthly, I will not ~give~ Obama cover to start a new war even if it does evict feelings of 'Patriotism'. I am against this for these reasons.

Please, even though Quadaffi is a bad guy, and should go, I don't think we need (or shoudld) send military force to contront him at this time!

J.S.


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LET'S TAKE AN "UNSCIENTIFIC POLL" AND SEE HOW (OF MY PEERS/FRIENDS) FREEPERS AGREE WITH ME..or DISAGREE!?
1 posted on 03/22/2011 5:21:05 AM PDT by JSDude1
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To: JSDude1

I support your right to your beliefs. Do you oppose the war due to policy or due to its leadership?


2 posted on 03/22/2011 5:22:15 AM PDT by Clintonfatigued (Illegal aliens commit crimes that Americans won't commit)
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To: Clintonfatigued

Both.


3 posted on 03/22/2011 5:25:10 AM PDT by JSDude1 (December 18, 2010 the Day the radical homosexual left declared WAR on the US Military.)
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To: JSDude1
I am against it because at least in Iraq and Afghanistan we are in there setting the table, and even then it is shaky.

What can we expect from Libya?

Nothing good I think.

4 posted on 03/22/2011 5:25:27 AM PDT by Berlin_Freeper
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To: JSDude1

Of course, Iraq and Afghanistan both fail by the same criteria.


5 posted on 03/22/2011 5:27:26 AM PDT by Huck (Fools make feasts and wise men eat them - Poor Richard)
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To: JSDude1

I do not support the war in Libya for the reasons you stated and also I have no confidence in this administration because of its abysmal track record on just about every issue and policy.


6 posted on 03/22/2011 5:27:58 AM PDT by DarthVader (That which supports Barack Hussein Obama must be sterilized and there are NO exceptions!)
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To: JSDude1

I’m way past having to state all the obvious things you stated. Time for impeachment hearings.


7 posted on 03/22/2011 5:28:20 AM PDT by plain talk
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To: Huck

I have kind of turned against Afghanistan (our mission), because there is nothing strategic there for us to hold.

However we WERE winning in Iraq when Bush left office.


8 posted on 03/22/2011 5:29:17 AM PDT by JSDude1 (December 18, 2010 the Day the radical homosexual left declared WAR on the US Military.)
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To: Clintonfatigued

against this as we’re fighting two wars, spending more money in an area which does not threaten us and have no clue what the clear end game is or what exactly are we doing there.

This has been a big screw up and if anyone supports this then they need their head testing IMHO.

I suppose the anti war crowd will be out fuming, oh wait they’re now quiet about wars, the media are spinning this and we go to war with out congress having to vote on this.
Still Michelle is having a whale of a time on her vacation.


9 posted on 03/22/2011 5:29:40 AM PDT by manc (Shame on all who voted for the repeal of DADT, who supported it or never tried to stop it. Traitors)
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To: JSDude1

I question the reason for the statement. By my standards there is no war.

There are some very limited and onetime military actions. There is no sustained action and there is little danger of an enemy shooting back.

A plane was lost, we don’t know why, but possibly, just old and worn out.

Clinton fired missiles into Afghanistan. Was that a war? Wasn’t it wagging the dog?


10 posted on 03/22/2011 5:29:44 AM PDT by bert (K.E. N.P. N.C. D.E. +12 ....( History is a process, not an event ))
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To: JSDude1

I agree with you. And just how many cilvians have been slaughtered? There are probably more being slaughtered in Iraq and Afghanistan by suicide bombers than in Libya.


11 posted on 03/22/2011 5:29:58 AM PDT by caver (Obama: Home of the Whopper)
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To: plain talk

You bet. I am calling my Congressman today and start calling for the removal of this usurper.


12 posted on 03/22/2011 5:30:03 AM PDT by DarthVader (That which supports Barack Hussein Obama must be sterilized and there are NO exceptions!)
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To: JSDude1

Don’t forget the old “I support the troops but not the war” or maybe you could use “Support the troops by bringing them home”. Those were popular on bumper stickers a few years back.


13 posted on 03/22/2011 5:30:36 AM PDT by AppyPappy (If you aren't part of the solution, there is good money to be made prolonging the problem.)
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To: JSDude1
I support the bombing of Libya for ONE reason: Kill Qaḏḏāfī because of the bombing of Pan-Am 103 back in the 80's. This should have been done a long time ago. Once he's dead,let the UN do it's 'thing'. JMO...
14 posted on 03/22/2011 5:30:36 AM PDT by Le Chien Rouge
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To: JSDude1

I support the bombing of Libya for ONE reason:

Kill Qaddafi because of the bombing of Pan-Am 103 back in the 80’s. This should have been done a long time ago.

Once he’s dead,let the UN do it’s ‘thing’.

JMO...


15 posted on 03/22/2011 5:30:58 AM PDT by Le Chien Rouge
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To: JSDude1

We have NO defined MISSION in Libya. PLUS, we have a community organizer playing at CIC.

No WAY NO how.

My Against is for the whole region. We will be “wrong” no matter how these 3 Wars turn out.

Leave the Islamist to kill each other.


16 posted on 03/22/2011 5:31:20 AM PDT by Marty62 (Marty60)
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To: JSDude1

The very idea of a new military involvement, started and carried out by the doofus obama and his pathetic choices for an administration, scares me to death. This has great potential to go very badly.


17 posted on 03/22/2011 5:34:38 AM PDT by ZX12R
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To: JSDude1

AGAINST
we have no business being there.
We have no clear end game.
We are still fighting two wars and now 3.
we have no clue who these rebels are really.
this is without congress saying it is OK.
Miscommunication between allies.

WTH are we doing there spending money and risking lives?

How anyone supports this is beyond me , seems like a massive rush job to to do something because the media played the humanitarian card again like in Kosovo.

Iraq was a national interest threat which went on for years.
Afghanistan had a brutal regime and let Bin Laden stay there.
Many were opposed but now they are for Libya and were for Kosovo.
WTH

Both do not affect us in our national security, small regime where two years ago he was handing in weapons under Bush and now it;’s all gone to crap because cowboy is on vacation asking the UN for permission, ignoring congress and his own words but old whale fat arse still stays on her vacation while the world is in turmoil


18 posted on 03/22/2011 5:35:37 AM PDT by manc (Shame on all who voted for the repeal of DADT, who supported it or never tried to stop it. Traitors)
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To: JSDude1
This is not a “war” yet. It is an “action”.

The case being whatever it may be, I am with you. We have no interest putting our people in harms way over a bunch of crap eaters engaged in the usual African population control/asset distribution mechanism.

We are there because our English and French “allies” are scared $hitless that the Chicoms will move in and cut a deal to rebuild oil distribution and take “their” oil.

We have no interest in securing the oil for Europa, just returning favor to China in kind.

This is not about oil however... It is a “humanitarian” thing.

19 posted on 03/22/2011 5:36:30 AM PDT by mmercier (the eyes of disarray)
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To: AppyPappy

or another for the socialists ,obama lied people died
war mongerer or even end this endless war

No doubt the anti war left wing smelly layabouts will be shouting this now


20 posted on 03/22/2011 5:37:02 AM PDT by manc (Shame on all who voted for the repeal of DADT, who supported it or never tried to stop it. Traitors)
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To: JSDude1

Before we stepped in, it was radical muslims killing other radical muslims. My question is what’s the down side? So we should not be committing an act of against another nation unless attacked. And 30 years ago doesn’t count.


21 posted on 03/22/2011 5:38:30 AM PDT by stockpirate (Rebellion to tyranny is obedience to God!)
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To: Le Chien Rouge

so you support this bombing because we should go after nutjob , only one problem we’re not going after him.
therefore how can anyone support this?

One bomb after the CIA target him but this crap what we’re doing is plain stupid.
No end game,
not going after him.
Have no clue who these rebels are.
Already fighting two wars, now three.
WTH are we doing there if we’re not killing him then


22 posted on 03/22/2011 5:40:16 AM PDT by manc (Shame on all who voted for the repeal of DADT, who supported it or never tried to stop it. Traitors)
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To: JSDude1

anyone supporting this is watching the media too much, they’;re spinning this like it;s the greatest thing obama has ever done


23 posted on 03/22/2011 5:41:02 AM PDT by manc (Shame on all who voted for the repeal of DADT, who supported it or never tried to stop it. Traitors)
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To: caver

I support the war in Libya because of the following reasons:
1. He killed Americans by blowing up airplanes.
2. He has trained terrorists.
3. He has defied us in the past.
4. He has proven himself to be an awful tyrant.

Now that the war is on—we must kill him or if he stays in power he will have his henchmen blow more Americans out of the sky in revenge as he has in the past.
BUT: I say no to Nation Building—we Kill him and his sons and pull out—Let the Libyans solve this problem. They may be worse (that would be hard) but let them build their own nation. Let the French take a lead—I am fine with that as long as we get rid of the grim clown.


24 posted on 03/22/2011 5:41:12 AM PDT by Forward the Light Brigade (Into the Jaws of H*ll)
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To: JSDude1
Call me a barbarian, but, I can't see the downside to delivering some air mail big booms to the ROP. Ground troops are another matter as the ROE effectively neuters our side...and with the UN involved ya just know that sneering at the enemy would be punishable by 10 years hard labor. When the Libyan head camel-humber is deposed it would fall upon the victors to insure that a stable government be instituted and given our Grifter-in-chiefs record I wouldn't wish the resulting chaos on my worst enemy. That would give the whole world a real reason to dissolve the USA.
25 posted on 03/22/2011 5:42:03 AM PDT by crazyhorse691 (Now that the libs are in power dissent is not only unpatriotic, but, it is also racist.)
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To: JSDude1

We have a war going on in Lybia????? Dang! First Libya and now Lybia!!! What a week! (just joking, but this half awake brain couldn’t resist).

Actually, I agree with you 100%. Add to this the Power Vacuum it will create. Libya has been a fairly stable country since the time of Ronaldus Magnus. Why don’t we just contribute to world instability by stirring up more trouble than there already is in that country.


26 posted on 03/22/2011 5:42:56 AM PDT by Blogger
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To: JSDude1

I’m with you... I do not support this or any war that is started or “managed” by the F’ing marxists in the fedgov.

I support getting our troops out from under the thumb of marxists so they do not have to die for an evil cause. I would even support our troops if they turned their weapons against those very same marxists.


27 posted on 03/22/2011 5:43:43 AM PDT by myself6
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To: Forward the Light Brigade

There are other countries that fit the reasons you give. Where do you stop?


28 posted on 03/22/2011 5:44:16 AM PDT by caver (Obama: Home of the Whopper)
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To: JSDude1
If Obama can unilaterally launch an offensive war in order to protect armed rebels in a middle eastern country, what is to stop him from launching missiles into Israel to protect the rebel Palestinians in Gaza.

. I am against this war because Obama violated both the Constitution and the 1973 War Powers Act when he started it. Obama has assumed the role of Military Dictator and for this he should be impeached.

Obama himself said in 2007 in a now infamous speech that Presidents do not have the Constitutional authority to do what he did. And to start this war while he was on vacation in a foreign country just makes my blood boil.

29 posted on 03/22/2011 5:44:59 AM PDT by P-Marlowe (LPFOKETT GAHCOEEP-w/o*)
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To: JSDude1
It's Libya, not Lybia.

(1) The rebels have publicly stated that what they stand for is the restoration of Libya's 1952 constitution, which guarantees a parliamentary democracy. They are not calling for an Islamic dictatorship.

(2) Our national interest in Libya is that (a) Qadaffi has long been a sponsor of anti-US terrorism and could well be again when it suits him; (b) Libya is strategic because of its geography and resources and if the US does not avail itself of this strategic advantage, others will.

(3) Our objective is to help the supporters of the restoration of a constitutional government in Libya and to degrade the military capabilities of their opponents. "Exit strategy" is a buzzword for defeatists, or for fools who think that they can predict the future.

(4) The Constitution gives the executive and Senate treaty power. Our participation in the UN is in accordance with a ratified treaty. The treaty authorizes the President as Commander In Chief to act in accordance with that treaty, enforcing UN resolutions.

(5) If one's standard of morality is: "whatever Obama does is wrong and whatever is the opposite of what Obama is doing is right" then one is completely morally bankrupt. There is an absolute right and there is an absolute wrong. If President Obama, through whim or circumstance or conviction, happens to do the objectively right thing, then the only rational response is to say: "In this particular instance he is right."

Making Obama the central guidng factor of one's political or moral compass is ridiculous.

30 posted on 03/22/2011 5:48:15 AM PDT by wideawake
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To: mmercier

We are there because our English and French “allies” are scared $hitless that the Chicoms will move in and cut a deal to rebuild oil distribution and take “their” oil.

We have no interest in securing the oil for Europa


Sorry but you sound like the average brit would support this (i don´t know for the french, because my french sucks big time ;-) If you look at their message boards you will find out that they do not!
And for the oil.
There never has been a problem for europe because gadaffi willingly sold it to them all the time (and would still do this without this attack).
The EU for example even paid gadaffi that he keeps african refugees out of europe (and btw. never asked what happened to them because they have been just happy that they no longer arrive).
Everybody was “happy” and then out of sudden we bomb him.
It just doesn´t make any sense at all.


31 posted on 03/22/2011 5:49:06 AM PDT by darkside321
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To: Forward the Light Brigade

Fine... let’s get rid of their tyrants and ours at the same time...

Why should our tyrants get to continue to exist while others do not? I’m for consistency... let’s get rid of all the tyrants! So if bombing Libya’s is fine then getting rid of all of our Marxist tyrants in the same manner is equally fine.


32 posted on 03/22/2011 5:51:19 AM PDT by myself6
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To: Forward the Light Brigade

Iran is doing this worse and is a much bigger threat to world peace. This Libya fiasco is pure political Kabuki theatre. Besides I read yesterday where George Soros sold nearly all his Mideastern oil stocks and started purchasing heavily in Brazil. Where has Obuggery been and what has he been doing this week?


33 posted on 03/22/2011 5:52:21 AM PDT by DarthVader (That which supports Barack Hussein Obama must be sterilized and there are NO exceptions!)
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To: wideawake

Ayup, if the rebels win there’ll certainly be a thriving and vigorous multi-party democracy in Libya, the first ever in an Arab country. I can hardly wait.


34 posted on 03/22/2011 5:56:16 AM PDT by LiveFree99
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To: mmercier

———We are there because our English and French “allies” -——

Asked us.

We have asked the Brits to help us and they respond. This time is our time to be asked.

China? perhaps. That has not been revealed. It is possible that factions in Libya are upsetting the status quo.

My thought (and you are about the only one here that is close to what I think) is that something happened after it all began and initial plans/negotiations by the Euros fell through and that change necessitated military action.

My conclusion is we simply don’t know what happened or what is happening. It is secret.


35 posted on 03/22/2011 5:56:42 AM PDT by bert (K.E. N.P. N.C. D.E. +12 ....( History is a process, not an event ))
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To: JSDude1

I agree on all counts.


36 posted on 03/22/2011 5:59:06 AM PDT by NeoCaveman (Hu's your daddy)
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To: Huck
Of course, Iraq and Afghanistan both fail by the same criteria.

You betcha.

Both disasters, Ghani less so only because of limited commitment - although, the option of walking over the bridge to Termez not being available, the end could be a real mess.

37 posted on 03/22/2011 6:03:11 AM PDT by Jim Noble (I'd crawl over broken glass for her. Alea iacta est.)
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However we WERE winning in Iraq when Bush left office.

Winning what, exactly?

38 posted on 03/22/2011 6:04:21 AM PDT by Jim Noble (I'd crawl over broken glass for her. Alea iacta est.)
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To: bert

Maybe sarkozy did catch gadaffi doing his wife? ;-)


39 posted on 03/22/2011 6:05:02 AM PDT by darkside321
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To: JSDude1

20 year military vet here, and I agree with you

I cannot in history remember a time the Chairman of the JCS held a briefing within the fist 24 hours of a war and told the world he wasn’t sure how it was going to end


40 posted on 03/22/2011 6:05:12 AM PDT by silverleaf (All that is necessary for evil to succeed, is that good men do nothing)
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To: Forward the Light Brigade
Now that the war is on—we must kill him or if he stays in power he will have his henchmen blow more Americans out of the sky in revenge as he has in the past.

Yeah, but...

There is no evidence of a plan that is directed to that end.

It is VERY likely that Qaddafi will survive, stay in power, and of course he will do exactly as you say.

41 posted on 03/22/2011 6:06:44 AM PDT by Jim Noble (I'd crawl over broken glass for her. Alea iacta est.)
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To: JSDude1

Didn’t support getting involved in Libya. As far as I can tell, we’re actually on the wrong side (I definitely prefer bloody-handed fascist dictators to Jihadis and Al Qaeda. They’re more predictable and easier to get along with.).

But now that the troops are in harm’s way, God speed, keep safe, and may they know victory.


42 posted on 03/22/2011 6:10:13 AM PDT by Little Ray (The Gods of the Copybook Heading, with terror and slaughter return!)
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To: bert

I think Qadaffi screwed the pooch when he threatened to blow up the oil rigs

The europeans own Libya’s economic infrastructure, they bought and paid for Libya, including the Colonel himself

Qaddafi can be a naughty boy and blow an airliner or two out of the sky and plot to kill jews and Americans

but don’t touch the european oil rigs and pipelines


43 posted on 03/22/2011 6:11:08 AM PDT by silverleaf (All that is necessary for evil to succeed, is that good men do nothing)
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To: JSDude1

No one will understand what’s going on in the middle east without understanding the prophecies in Daniel, Ezek, Revelation and scripture in general. All leadership in each of the countries will end up Islamic anti Israel/America. The impetus influencing what is happening is no longer of this earth. The set up for end time tribulation forces is in play.


44 posted on 03/22/2011 6:11:16 AM PDT by CynicalBear
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To: wideawake

Did they state item 1 in Arabic or English?
Remember “Taquiya?” It might be a lie in Arabic, but its DEFINITELY a lie in English.


45 posted on 03/22/2011 6:15:59 AM PDT by Little Ray (The Gods of the Copybook Heading, with terror and slaughter return!)
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To: JSDude1

We have no business being in Libya. Obama has violated the Constitution by using military force without congressional authorization.

He left the country at the same time he authorizes missile strikes on foreign soil.

He tells the world that we won’t use ground troops. He has no plan and no exit strategy.

I am afraid that there will be retaliation on US soil.

He justifies the assault under UN approval. WTF??? The UN now dictates our policies?

Boehner should be screaming at the top of his lungs for impeachment. He’s a damn pussy.

There are no leaders in congress or the white house.

IMPEACH this bastard!


46 posted on 03/22/2011 6:16:06 AM PDT by NoKoolAidforMe (1-20-09--The Beginning of an Error..............1-20-13--Change we can look forward to)
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To: silverleaf
I cannot in history remember a time the Chairman of the JCS held a briefing within the fist 24 hours of a war and told the world he wasn’t sure how it was going to end

Pathetic, wasn't it? Can you imagine a Bn or Bde Cdr giving that kind of cdrs statement in a mission briefar the tactical level? They would have been cashiered and rightfully so.

47 posted on 03/22/2011 6:16:14 AM PDT by TADSLOS (Tea Party. We are the party of NO! NO to more government! NO to more spending! NO to more taxation!)
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To: bert
China has been moving significant logistical (not military) assets into Africa for several years now (Chad, Sudan...) to exploit various natural resources.

France and England are at severe detriment as to material and personnel on continent because their cultures are dying out.

Like all past European precedent, just blow the $hit out of everything on the ground, then move in and pick up the pieces.

China is overextended as far as force projection on the continent goes, and dying Europa sees this as opportunity.

Neither the Chinese or the Europeans really give a crap about all those brown people running around in the scrub and dunes. America is just a useful idiot, flailing about under the control of... no one in particular...

48 posted on 03/22/2011 6:16:21 AM PDT by mmercier (the holder of the bloody heart)
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To: TADSLOS

Imagine Ike giving that kind of drivel to the press on Jun 7, 1944


49 posted on 03/22/2011 6:18:41 AM PDT by silverleaf (All that is necessary for evil to succeed, is that good men do nothing)
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To: JSDude1

I support your right to use spell check.


50 posted on 03/22/2011 6:18:45 AM PDT by Wu (Excuse me while I kiss the sky......)
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