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***SPRAYER
06-03-2009, 04:42 PM
We're still over there and all of Bush's policies are still in place. How come the libtard cacaphony has stopped?

:)

HC_Chief
06-03-2009, 04:44 PM
If the violence picks back up, count on a return to form.

SBK
06-03-2009, 05:00 PM
If the violence picks back up, count on a return to form.

No, there's not a republican in office. Even jAZ will come along and talk about how what's going on is EXACTLY what was needed, and we're seeing everything coming together perfectly. LMAO

MagicHef
06-03-2009, 05:21 PM
http://catandgirl.com/archive/2008-12-30-cg0693gross.gif

They found something else to complain about, I would imagine.

jAZ
06-03-2009, 06:50 PM
No, there's not a republican in office. Even jAZ will come along and talk about how what's going on is EXACTLY what was needed, and we're seeing everything coming together perfectly. LMAO



Iraq sticking with U.S. withdrawal plan despite attacks

updated 8:06 p.m. EDT, Sun May 3, 2009

BAGHDAD, Iraq (CNN) -- Iraq's government said Sunday it won't extend a June deadline for U.S. combat troops to leave Iraqi cities despite concerns about ongoing attacks in cities like Mosul.

Dozens of Iraqis were killed last week in a series of car bombings in Baghdad.

Baghdad still expects its security forces to take responsibility for Iraqi cities after U.S. troops leave, and does not plan to request an extension, government spokesman Ali al-Dabbagh said.

"The Iraqi government is committed to the agreed-upon withdrawal dates, whether it's the June 30 withdrawal of the U.S. troops from all cities and towns or the complete withdrawal from Iraq by the end of 2011," al-Dabbagh said in a written statement.

The announcement comes after a spate of suicide attacks in Baghdad and nearby Diyala province and recent attacks in the northern city of Mosul that killed six Iraqis and two U.S. troops. The U.S. military said Mosul is the last urban stronghold of al Qaeda in Iraq, and the U.S. commander in Baghdad said American and Iraqi officials were discussing the possibility of leaving some U.S. troops there beyond the deadline.

SBK
06-03-2009, 06:51 PM
Iraq sticking with U.S. withdrawal plan despite attacks

updated 8:06 p.m. EDT, Sun May 3, 2009

BAGHDAD, Iraq (CNN) -- Iraq's government said Sunday it won't extend a June deadline for U.S. combat troops to leave Iraqi cities despite concerns about ongoing attacks in cities like Mosul.

Dozens of Iraqis were killed last week in a series of car bombings in Baghdad.

Baghdad still expects its security forces to take responsibility for Iraqi cities after U.S. troops leave, and does not plan to request an extension, government spokesman Ali al-Dabbagh said.

"The Iraqi government is committed to the agreed-upon withdrawal dates, whether it's the June 30 withdrawal of the U.S. troops from all cities and towns or the complete withdrawal from Iraq by the end of 2011," al-Dabbagh said in a written statement.

The announcement comes after a spate of suicide attacks in Baghdad and nearby Diyala province and recent attacks in the northern city of Mosul that killed six Iraqis and two U.S. troops. The U.S. military said Mosul is the last urban stronghold of al Qaeda in Iraq, and the U.S. commander in Baghdad said American and Iraqi officials were discussing the possibility of leaving some U.S. troops there beyond the deadline.

:LOL:

***SPRAYER
06-04-2009, 01:27 PM
How much money did we spend in Iraq today?

wild1
06-04-2009, 02:02 PM
Yeah, what happened to the countdowns on the evening news, and the graphic pictures? You can't even find an Iraq story on the nightly news now.

***SPRAYER
06-04-2009, 02:05 PM
Yeah, what happened to the countdowns on the evening news, and the graphic pictures? You can't even find an Iraq story on the nightly news now.

Weird, isn't it?

BigOlChiefsfan
06-04-2009, 02:37 PM
Hopey Changey!

Amnorix
06-04-2009, 02:46 PM
Weird, isn't it?

Not really. I know you have this weird notion that the media exclusively dictates what Americans care about, but it's a two way street. The media shows what the public is interested in.

Can you honestly tell me that you think tat the Iran hostage crisis or the Monica Lewinsky matter didn't get sufficient coverage from the media?? :rolleyes:

***SPRAYER
06-04-2009, 02:53 PM
Not really. I know you have this weird notion that the media exclusively dictates what Americans care about, but it's a two way street. The media shows what the public is interested in.

Can you honestly tell me that you think tat the Iran hostage crisis or the Monica Lewinsky matter didn't get sufficient coverage from the media?? :rolleyes:


:drool:

JohnnyV13
06-04-2009, 05:29 PM
Yeah, right now people care way more about the economy than Iraq. Even with a republican president, the economy would dominate news coverage.

|Zach|
06-04-2009, 05:43 PM
No, there's not a republican in office. Even jAZ will come along and talk about how what's going on is EXACTLY what was needed, and we're seeing everything coming together perfectly. LMAO

You talk about Jaz....

....alot.

Captain Obvious
06-04-2009, 05:53 PM
:drool:

Why not answer his question?

jAZ
06-04-2009, 06:01 PM
Why would anyone expect widespread complaining about Iraq?

The those who initially supported the idea of going to war are largely tired of it. Those who were against the war are tired of it. The plan for withdrawl is underway.

Unles something dramatic happens, the good news is no news.

You expect conflict within the media and the pubilc when the majority have gotten what they wanted and the end is in sight?

***SPRAYER
06-04-2009, 06:53 PM
http://www.moonbattery.com/carlos-bledsoe.jpg

SBK
06-04-2009, 06:57 PM
You talk about Jaz....

....alot.

Stop stalking me, I'm not interested.
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***SPRAYER
06-04-2009, 07:26 PM
FREAK OUT IN A MOONBAT DAYDREAM OH YEAH

|Zach|
06-04-2009, 07:35 PM
Stop stalking me, I'm not interested.
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Yea?

jAZ
06-04-2009, 07:40 PM
http://www.moonbattery.com/carlos-bledsoe.jpg

Terrorist.

KC Dan
06-04-2009, 11:11 PM
Terrorist.You only call him that because he is an American. LMAO Otherwise, you'd call him a person who caused disaster.

stevieray
06-04-2009, 11:59 PM
Why would anyone expect widespread complaining about Iraq?

The those who initially supported the idea of going to war are largely tired of it. Those who were against the war are tired of it. The plan for withdrawl is underway.

Unles something dramatic happens, the good news is no news.

You expect conflict within the media and the pubilc when the majority have gotten what they wanted and the end is in sight?

:LOL:

WoodDraw
06-05-2009, 12:20 AM
It's such a fake argument.

If Bush was in another four years right now, we'd be going through the same process. The SOFA agreement was negotiated under Bush, and the same agreement would have come under any other president.

It's insane to watch the die hard proponents of the war in Iraq now try to pass all responsiblity on to Obama. After sticking their head in the sand for years on the responsibility of the CiC, the war is now in his back pocket.

It's sickening, and part of why no one votes for them anymore.

I fully expect all of the Republicans to go crazy against Obama at the first hint of the inevitable instability, completely ignoring all of the bloodshead they put up with in the war they authorized and defended to their last breath, in a SOFA agreement made under Bush.

Ultra Peanut
06-05-2009, 01:25 AM
got a big crate of apple... from Kazakhstan. i think that's where apples come from? they're like small pumpkins with tough rinds. we can't bite them and they won't cooperate with knives. a guy from maintenance tried a circular saw but it was turned into a triangle

grapes... grap grapple grape. seeded grapes. in fact the seed is on the outside and the grape is on the inside like a nut. good luck cracking the shell without busting the grape ahahaha fucK YOU

you thought those apples were tough? wait'll you see these quinces. oh wait you can't, they're so tough they've solidified the air around themselves. they look like disco balls and they taste like quinces

Chief Henry
06-05-2009, 09:06 AM
The democrats are not complaining about Iraq now because they're on watch and they don't want it to fail.

petegz28
06-05-2009, 09:16 AM
The democrats are not complaining about Iraq now because they're on watch and they don't want it to fail.

This....

Garcia Bronco
06-05-2009, 09:17 AM
Excellent question. I was wondering that same thing.

blaise
06-05-2009, 09:20 AM
Why would anyone expect widespread complaining about Iraq?

The those who initially supported the idea of going to war are largely tired of it. Those who were against the war are tired of it. The plan for withdrawl is underway.

Unles something dramatic happens, the good news is no news.

You expect conflict within the media and the pubilc when the majority have gotten what they wanted and the end is in sight?

Translated- people got their guy elected by pushing Iraqi stories to the front and now there's no reason to because Obama is in office.

***SPRAYER
06-05-2009, 09:29 AM
Translated- people got their guy elected by pushing Iraqi stories to the front and now there's no reason to because Obama is in office.

Exactly. And also they don't talk about how horrible the economy is or say things like we are going into a depression, we are in a depression blah blah blah when in fact the economy is alot worse now than it was when they were crying about it 24/7 (During the campaign and when Bush was in office).

It's amazing how shitty a job B.O. is doing and the moonbats still fight each other for a space at the front of the line to toss his salad.