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Iraqis killed as U.S. fires on car
The U.S. spokesman could not confirm whether children were among those killed.

Military fears critics will hurt morale?
No major stocks of banned weapons of mass destruction (WMD) have been found since the 2003 invasion.

U.S. forces used chemical weapons against Iraqis
Hussein, facing a possible death sentence, is accused of mass murder, torture, false imprisonment and the use of chemical weapons. He is certainly guilty on all counts. So, it now seems, are those who overthrew him.

Atta files destroyed by Pentagon
Protecting an asset until he could be used, or just covering their own tracks? Or maybe concealing the link from Atta to Abramoff?

If that weren't bad enough, the botched invasion -- and the corrosive distrust of the political structure that it has generated among Americans -- may eventually breed a brand-new Vietnam syndrome, this one the "Iraq syndrome." That will make it difficult for a future American president to respond militarily even to a legitimate threat.;_ylt=AooKIrbfSDIdwXjI.AGIny4DW7oF;_ylu=X3oDMTBiMW04NW9mBHNlYwMlJVRPUCUl
And both the Iraq syndrome and its earlier version will have a common heritage, inspired when an American president took the country to war on the wings of lies.

Door thwarts quick exit for Bush
George WMD Bush tried to make a quick exit from a news conference in Beijing on Sunday - only to find himself thwarted by locked doors.

What do you think about Pennsylvania Rep. John Murtha’s call for a withdrawal of American forces from Iraq within six months?

Withdrawing would be the wrong thing to do on a moral level.

Withdrawing would be wrong because it would be a strategic disaster for our national interests.

Withdrawing is the best option for our strategic national interests.

Withdrawing is the right thing to do on a moral level.

How and when the troops should come home
HOW? Just undo everything you did originally. Go back to Kuwait. Get on the boats and planes that took you there, and come on home.
America was able to launch many battleships on a moments notice when they wanted to check out the damage to Bushs oil company after the tsunami struck Indonesia, so it can't be that hard to mobilize a fleet.
The American public is praying and waiting for your safe return.
And leave Chalabi behind. Let the Iraqis deal with him.
And since the Zionists pushed for this war, let the UN order the World Bank and IMF to pay restitution for the damage to the Iraqi infrastructure--just like how countries have been tapped for money for decades by the Zionists for supposedly taking part in the holocaust.
Paul wolfowitz was a major player in starting this war. Let the institution that he is now president of be the first to pay up. Halliburton should also be drained of its assets in the efforts to restore Iraq. The companies that used the depleted uranium in the weapons should also be drained of all assets for the medical care of Iraqis in the future.
Then the American people can start to work on how their government got out of control, and how to ensure it will not happen again. These are steps in the right direction. I don't like globalization, but we only have one planet to live on, and we cannot act the way we have been acting. There is only one global community, and we have got to become a good neighbor and a good member of that community. I don't want to be ashamed to be American.
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So when do we get invaded to remove the rogue government that spies on its own people, gases its own people during anti War protests, stages "terrorist" attacks, holds crooked elections, attacks other nations without cause, and uses torture on innocent people looking for WMD that don't exist?

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