Skip to comments.Afghan president says U.S. should start talks with Taliban or leave
Posted on 01/25/2014 7:01:19 AM PST by gooblah
KABUL, Jan 25 (Reuters) - President Hamid Karzai appeared to stiffen his resolve on Saturday not to sign a security pact with Washington, saying the United States should leave Afghanistan unless it could restart peace talks with the Taliban.
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We should’ve gotten the hint by now.
I vote for leaving—Now.
Why are there talibunnies left to negotiate with?
Destroy anything not removable and leave. Even one American life is not worth it.
I pick the latter.
No more blood for islamism.
Yup, no point in talking to the Taliban or anyone else there.
I vote leave!!!
Karzai will be the first to leave ,with his suit cases of money
Bring our precious troops home. We are going to need them right here shortly.
Okay lets leave.
We leave and that guy will be dead in a week by his guards.
what we shold have done is kick trhe taliban’s ass and then THREATEN to leave if they did not get a clue
Then keep telling them we will only stay as long as we are wanted
The US defeated their enemy
The US is the reason they have any government
The US has been defending the nation and its people.
The US should tell Karsai what we will and will not do.
The tail (Karsai’s government) has been in control of US actions long enough - it has been wagging the dog.
It seems by keeping our US tail between our legs the US has become neutered.
We won’t be gone two weeks before some raghead puts a bomb in Karzai’s falafel.
“Yow’sa Massa...we be having John Kerry steppin’ on over and talkin’ to dem dare Talibans right away, suh. No needs to be gettin’ upsot...no, suh.”
Same here - Islam nations are not worth out time, money, of life!
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