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We destroy, we invade to finish the job, and we leave it for NATO

Reader comment on item: Op Eds Now More Central in War than Bullets
in response to reader comment: A new way of War.

Submitted by Harrak (Canada), Oct 22, 2006 at 00:50

"We destroy, we invade to finish the job, and we leave immediately. "

You mean mission accomplished!!

Gary, you seem not to follow the eventualities in the world. Bush just declared for the first time that Iraq is simmilar to Vietnam..so did your destroy and invade do the job!..history proves you wrong my friend. the correct form of sayying that is:

We destroy, we invade (Afghanistan), we get trapped, we call NATO, NATO gets trapped, we negoociate with the terrorists, we give them what they want..USA now is holding negotiations with the Iraqi terror masters and Afghani drug dealers and terrorists..why not following up the current situation before suggesting a solution!

"Any nation or individual that supports terrorists with financial support is subject to the above."

the above that I wrote..

"Declare that any Islamic teacher who teaches violence as a way of life is an enemy of the U.S"

Give me one Islamic teacher of that kind who has no relations with OIL..you need oil and that made you need terrorist teachers in Saudi Arabia like Ben Laden for example..You need to sell arms to either the terrorists or those who fight against terrorists. In the past you gave arms to The Arab Afghani terrorists, today you sell it to the governments that fight them..it is all you arms business. When your economy relies less on arms sale, you will be OK..


Nice name..


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