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If I was the general in charge I'd bring 'em all home, and let the sparadic killing hopefully fade away since the leaving of troops would make them have no reason to kill anymore, then they can govern and deal with the few trouble makers. This 'war' is over, Saddam is gone ( great job ) and a new day is dawning for Iraq.

Speedy, Rapture Ready 9 Comments [5/1/2004 12:00:00 AM]
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TB Tabby

I take it you've never heard the term \"power vacuum\" before.

2/3/2007 5:07:34 PM


This is a decent idea actually, not in the least fundie. It would leave anarchy in Iraq, but it's anarchy anyway.

2/3/2007 5:27:18 PM


It's not anarchy, it was SEVERELY CONTROLLED. Somewhat opposite, yet just as bad.

2/5/2007 3:24:35 PM


I assume you've only heard the term \"power vacuum\" in reference to your mouth.


2/5/2007 3:32:23 PM

Langdon Alger

the leaving of troops would make them have no reason to kill anymore,

See, this is why being massively ignorant about the rest of the world is a BAD thing.

2/5/2007 3:39:00 PM

Some Random Guy

This is a totally non-religious political opinion. However wacky and hopelessly optimistic it is, it does not belong on FSTDT.

10/7/2008 2:36:48 AM


this doesn't strike me as fundie. A bit naive, but not fundie.

10/7/2008 2:50:25 AM

Quantum Mechanic


ISIS is calling, illiterate shit.

3/6/2015 7:47:44 PM


Just betting he's forgot everything he thought then and stands on "boots on the ground, I've always said that!"

This is always somewhat fundie as this blind faith against all evidence for W was encouraged in fundamentalist churchs. The breakdown freakouts and depression down there has been compared to losing ones faith. They either staunchly defend the W administration against all the proof of it's mistakes and dishonesty or they pretend it never happened. Like when their priest gets hauled away for child molestations.

3/7/2015 7:25:16 AM

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