HALLIBURTON CHENEY, OLD MAN RUMMY AND DUMMY BUSH LOST TWO WARS IN AFGHANISTAN & IRAQ WITH THE BEST MILITARY ON EARTH!!!<quoted text>
And what proof do you have that Reagan knew anything about Iran-Contra before it became public?
Oh, Bush was not the president when Pan Am 103 was blown up!
Tell us what did Bill Clinton do about the attack on the World Trade Center in 1993. Why did Bill Clinton not try and capture UBL after the embassy bombings? Oh, but during his impeachment trial he did blow up an aspirin factory in Sudan!
THESE THREE STOOGES LOST THE HEARTS & MINDS OF THE WHOLE MIDDLE EAST!!!
Military can't win in Iraq: General Petraeus Says
March 10, 2007 http://tinyurl.com/2n3l43
AS THE new US commander in Iraq warned there was no military solution to the conflict and the US needed to talk to insurgents, the US Democratic Party leadership has finally bitten the bullet and proposed a deadline for the withdrawal of US combat forces by October next year.
"There is no military solution to a problem like that in Iraq," General David Petraeus said. "Military action is necessary to help improve security … but it is not sufficient."
Addressing massed ranks of reporters in Baghdad's fortified green zone, General Petraeus said Iraqi leaders would eventually have to sit down and talk with some of the violent factions tearing the country apart.
No victory in Iraq, says Petraeus
11 September 2008 / http://tinyurl.com/5rkmym
The outgoing commander of US troops in Iraq, Gen David Petraeus, has said that he will never declare victory there.
In a BBC interview, Gen Petraeus said that recent security gains were "not irreversible" and that the US still faced a "long struggle".
When asked if US troops could withdraw from Iraqi cities by the middle of next year, he said that would be "doable".
In his next job leading the US Central Command, Gen Petraeus will also oversee operations in Afghanistan.
He said "the trends in Afghanistan have not gone in the right direction... and that has to be addressed".
Afghanistan remained a "hugely important endeavour", he said.