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  • Trying to find a source, The amount of people freed by the US Military.

    07/20/2009 7:49:37 PM PDT · by tricky_k_1972 · 9 replies · 496+ views
    7/20/09 | vanity
    I'm trying to find a source that lists the amounts of people freed by the US military in its various wars and conflicts for a speech; if anyone can point me to one I'd appreciate it, Thank You.
  • Bush Deserves More Credit on Iran

    07/10/2009 6:29:02 PM PDT · by don-o · 5 replies · 607+ views
    WSJournal ^ | July 11, 2009 | JOHN P. HANNAH
    Defying their regime once more, Iranians have renewed their protests in the streets of Tehran. Last month, when the protests began, the New York Times ran a story hinting that Iran's demonstrators may have been inspired by an "Obama factor." The article suggested that President Barack Obama's diplomatic outreach, unlike his predecessor's approach, emboldened Iranians to rise up against their regime, demanding it repair relations with America and the world. The Times reporter drew a stark contrast between the presidency of George W. Bush and that of Mr. Obama. According to the article, "Iran's regime was able to coalesce support...
  • Why Our Military is So Hated Around the World

    01/03/2009 10:41:26 AM PST · by Starman417 · 61 replies · 2,197+ views
    Flopping Aces ^ | 12-02-08 | Wordsmith
    An Afghan woman holds a U.S. flag during a ceremony in Kabul marking the donation of more than 5000 wheelchairs to Afghanistan, September 22, 2003. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood Ted Turner and Jane Fonda must be political soul mates. From a transcript of Bill O'Reilly's interview with Ted Turner: O'REILLY: All right. Is America a good country? TURNER: Oh, it's a great country. O'REILLY: Are we exploitative overseas? Is the war on terrorism largely our fault? TURNER: No, I wouldn't say largely. But I think if we stopped bombing people and sent doctors and scientists and engineers around the world that...
  • George Bush, Liberator

    12/27/2008 2:45:07 PM PST · by shove_it · 7 replies · 515+ views
    julescrittenden.com ^ | 12/27/2008 | Jules Crittenden
    Considering that it’s published in the UK, the Telegraph is a great American newspaper. Today, hosting Nile Gardiner on the vision and action of the much-reviled George Bush, champion of western values: Much of the condemnation of his policies though is driven by a venomous hatred of Bush’s personality and leadership style, rather than an objective assessment of his achievements. Ten or twenty years from now, historians will view Bush’s actions on the world stage in a more favourable light. America’s 43rd president did after all directly liberate more people (over 60 million) from tyranny than any leader since Winston...
  • Were We Greeted as “Liberators”?

    09/27/2008 8:58:43 AM PDT · by Starman417 · 15 replies · 1,068+ views
    Flopping Aces ^ | 09-27-08 | Wordsmith
    "And so John likes -- John, you like to pretend like the war started in 2007. You talk about the surge. The war started in 2003, and at the time when the war started, you said it was going to be quick and easy. You said we knew where the weapons of mass destruction were. You were wrong. You said that we were going to be greeted as liberators. You were wrong." -Barry, Presidential debate September 26, 2008, on the campus of the University of Mississippi. Media Matters: On the March 12, 2003, edition of MSNBC's Hardball, host Chris...
  • Iraq’s Interior Minister Thanks U.S. Troops for Liberating Iraq

    07/30/2008 5:57:48 AM PDT · by Bulldawg Fan · 15 replies · 805+ views
    CNSNews.com ^ | July 30, 2008 | Penny Starr
    A top Iraqi official visited wounded American troops at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, D.C., Tuesday to thank them for their part in ending Saddam Hussein’s rule in his country. “We have come … to express our gratitude and appreciation for the sacrifices made by these great warriors, soldiers, in freeing the Iraqi people and in helping us in Iraq recover from tyranny and dictatorship,” Jawad Karim al-Bolani, Iraq’s minister of the interior, said through a translator to a handful of journalists in the lobby of the medical center. “We also want to express our gratitude to the...
  • I freed millions from barbarism, says President with no regrets

    06/14/2008 4:37:55 PM PDT · by Dawnsblood · 23 replies · 242+ views
    Guardian.co.uk ^ | 6/15/08 | Ned Temko
    The real 'options on the table' that should worry Europe and the world lay elsewhere - in the likelihood of moves by Iran's Arab neighbours to develop nuclear weapons of their own. He said the 'time is now' for the outside world to put in place 'diplomacy with consequences' to bring Iran's uranium-enrichment activities to an end, not least because he believed that a new group of European leaders had 'gone beyond the Iraq period' and were engaged with the US in multilateral efforts on a range of other issues. In London, however, Iraq inevitably will be back on the...
  • Remember the Liberators

    03/22/2008 6:58:24 AM PDT · by moderatewolverine · 8 replies · 297+ views
    American Thinker ^ | March 22, 2008 | John B. Dwyer
    This week the nation marked the fifth anniversary of our presence in Iraq. It is past time to remember the liberators. Now at the end of their third tour they are preparing to leave: the 1st "Raider" Brigade, 3rd Infantry Division deployed to Al Anbar province 15 months ago as an element of the "surge" force. Its commander, Col. John W. Charlton, is responsible not only for his Army units, but also for Navy, Marine and Air Force personnel operating with them. His area of operations -- AO Topeka -- covers 8,900 sq. miles. From the outset his focus was...
  • Wear Red, White and Blue this Wed., March 19 to Support Our Troops and Their Mission!

    03/17/2008 9:02:58 PM PDT · by kristinn · 16 replies · 1,442+ views
    Monday, March 17, 2008 | Kristinn
    Patriotic Americans are being urged to wear red, white and blue clothing this Wednesday, March 19, 2008, to show support for our troops and their mission on the fifth anniversary of the liberation of Iraq from the terrorist regime of Saddam Hussein.Anything from scarves and ties to a full blown Uncle Sam suit will do. When someone compliments you on your patriotic attire, take the opportunity to explain to them why you're wearing the red, white and blue on Wednesday.The anti-American left will be out in the streets across the country that day protesting and rioting. Most of us will...
  • Soldier fulfilling promise to deliver Afghani rug to president (Rug is very Christian/pro Bush)

    07/17/2006 1:46:39 PM PDT · by 2banana · 45 replies · 1,502+ views
    The Southeastern.com ^ | July 17, 2006 | BECKY MALKOVICH
    Soldier fulfilling promise to deliver Afghani rug to president BY BECKY MALKOVICH, THE SOUTHERN U.S. Army Lt. Col. Grayson Gile of Marion holds up a rug that he received while serving in Afghanistan as a member of the Combined Joint Special Operation Task Force. The men that gave it to him asked if he could get the rug to President Bush, who is depicted in the center of the rug.(STEVE JAHNKE/THE SOUTHERN) MARION - Grayson Gile may have completed his broader mission in Afghanistan as a member of the Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force, but he returned stateside with...
  • Another Video for my FR friends, From the only Democrat (currently living) That I respect.

    06/14/2006 6:07:26 PM PDT · by Dawnsblood · 29 replies · 1,066+ views
    Youtube ^ | Zell Miller (kinda)
    Another Video for my FR friends, From the only Democrat (currently living) That I respect.
  • Bush is the Next Reagan

    06/04/2006 2:24:14 PM PDT · by nuconvert · 715 replies · 8,620+ views
    Persian Journal ^ | Jun 4, 2006 | Slater Bakhtavar
    Bush is the Next Reagan Jun 4, 2006 Slater Bakhtavar - Persian Journal The same people who heavily criticized former President Reagan for his tough stance against Communism and for his aggressive push for democracy in Eastern Europe are now attacking President Bush for his tough stance against fundamentalism and his aggressive push for democracy in the Middle East. -They argued then that Communism would never fall - it did They argue now that Islamic Fundamentalism will never fall - it will -They argued then that the Soviet Union is too strong - it wasn't They argue now that the...
  • Medal winner dies saving the lives of other sons (C.M.H.)

    05/28/2006 1:02:58 PM PDT · by Graybeard58 · 9 replies · 900+ views
    HOLIDAY, Fla. -- Rita Richardson smiles at the memory: Her young son Dan, prowling the woods dressed in camouflage and green face paint or jumping off the shed like a paratrooper. But she wanted her little commando to know that war was more than a game. So each Memorial Day, she would take him to Arlington National Cemetery, near their Virginia home, to walk with her through that "garden of stone," to appreciate the sacrifices honored there. This Memorial Day, she will be there in spirit as her soldier son trains for another overseas deployment. Janice Pvirre will be at...
  • For soldiers, gratitude and praise from an Iraqi mayor

    05/20/2006 3:05:58 PM PDT · by bnelson44 · 43 replies · 1,028+ views
    Rocky Mountain News ^ | 5/20/06 | David Montero
    COLORADO SPRINGS - An Iraqi mayor stood before troops lined up on the lawn at Fort Carson on Friday morning and said only two words in English. But those two words brought the crowd to its feet. "Thank you." It was a telling gesture from Tal Afar Mayor Najim Al Jibouri, who spoke for about 20 minutes in his native tongue praising the 3rd Armored Cavalry for saving his city from certain ruin.
  • US plots ‘new liberation of Baghdad’

    04/15/2006 9:33:58 PM PDT · by jmc1969 · 22 replies · 1,255+ views
    The Sunday Times ^ | April 16, 2006 | Sarah Baxter
    THE American military is planning a “second liberation of Baghdad” to be carried out with the Iraqi army when a new government is installed. Strategic and tactical plans are being laid by US commanders in Iraq and at the US army base in Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, under Lieutenant- General David Petraeus. Sources close to the Pentagon said Iraqi forces would take the lead, supported by American air power, special operations, intelligence, embedded officers and back-up troops. Helicopters suitable for urban warfare, such as the manoeuvrable AH-6 “Little Birds” used by the marines and special forces and armed with rocket launchers...
  • "I Saw Our Soldiers Greeted as Liberators": Hitchens Mashes Matthews' Mantra

    03/24/2006 2:57:48 PM PST · by governsleastgovernsbest · 60 replies · 2,885+ views
    Hardball/NewsBusters ^ | Mark Finkelstein
    by Mark Finkelstein March 24, 2006 Seemingly on every evening's Hardball, Chris Matthews enjoys chanting a mantra of allegedly failed Bush administration promises on Iraq.. Chief among them is his taunt that the White House claimed that our troops would be greeted as liberators. Just as it might be soothing to see someone silence an ostentatious Berkeley hippie endlessly chanting 'ummm', it was most satisfying to witness Christopher Hitchens on this evening's Hardball comprehensively refute Matthews on his claim. Once again, Matthews launched into his leitmorif: Pres. Bush: "strikes out . . . on the fact that we were going...
  • Bush ALWAYS had liberation of Iraq as a reason for war

    03/02/2006 7:47:51 PM PST · by KJC1 · 44 replies · 1,437+ views
    whitehouse.gov ^ | March 16, 2003 | n/a
    For Immediate Release March 16, 2003 Statement of the Atlantic Summit: A Vision for Iraq and the Iraqi People Iraq's talented people, rich culture, and tremendous potential have been hijacked by Saddam Hussein. His brutal regime has reduced a country with a long and proud history to an international pariah that oppresses its citizens, started two wars of aggression against its neighbors, and still poses a grave threat to the security of its region and the world. Saddam's defiance of United Nations Security Council resolutions demanding the disarmament of his nuclear, chemical, biological, and long-range missile capacity has led to...
  • Iraqi Pol Hails Our GI 'Knights' (Mayor of Tal’Afar praises US soldiers as liberators & lionhearts)

    02/20/2006 10:31:59 AM PST · by dead · 52 replies · 2,091+ views
    NY Post ^ | February 20, 2006 | Niles Lathem Post Correspondent
    An Iraqi mayor has written a dramatic letter to the commander of coalition forces, praising U.S. troops as "lion hearts" and "knights" for liberating his city from al Qaeda terrorists. The emotional letter from gallant Tal' Afar Mayor Najim Abdullah Abid Al-Jibouri to Gen. George Casey is circulating among military families over the Internet and has created a surge of pride in troops. Al-Jibouri's letter calls soldiers of the 3rd Cavalry Regiment, who carried out recent anti-terrorist operations in Tal' Afar "lion hearts," who "bristle with the confidence of knights in a bygone era." He said the troops transformed his...
  • Iraqi Mayor's Moment of Truth

    02/19/2006 3:45:55 PM PST · by FARS · 62 replies · 2,034+ views
    To Whom It May Concern: In the Name of God the Compassionate and Merciful To the Courageous Men and Women of the 3d Armored Cavalry Regiment, who have changed the city of Tall Afar from a ghost town, in which terrorists spread death and destruction, to a secure city flourishing with life. To the lion-hearts who liberated our city from the grasp of terrorists who were beheading men, women and children in the streets for many months. To those who spread smiles on the faces of our children, and gave us restored hope, through their personal sacrifice and brave fighting,...
  • American Troops Praised by Iraqi Mayor

    02/17/2006 11:41:02 AM PST · by bornacatholic · 31 replies · 1,417+ views
    Red State Org ^ | 2006 | Najim Abdullah Abid Al-Jibouri
    In the Name of God the Compassionate and Merciful To the Courageous Men and Women of the 3d Armored Cavalry Regiment, who have changed the city of Tall' Afar from a ghost town, in which terrorists spread death and destruction, to a secure city flourishing with life. To the lion-hearts who liberated our city from the grasp of terrorists who were beheading men, women and children in the streets for many months. To those who spread smiles on the faces of our children, and gave us restored hope, through their personal sacrifice and brave fighting, and gave new life to...