Iraq attacks, U.S. casualties at 4-yr...

Iraq attacks, U.S. casualties at 4-yr. low

There are 5 comments on the New York Daily News story from Jul 14, 2008, titled Iraq attacks, U.S. casualties at 4-yr. low. In it, New York Daily News reports that:

WASHINGTON - Combat, bombings and sniper attacks in Iraq - along with U.S. casualties - have plummeted from the highest point of the war 13 months ago to a four-year low, new military statistics show.

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zoomer

Pittsburgh, PA

#1 Jul 15, 2008
For those on 'the left' it seems the war was lost before AND after the surge -- there is no way to win it for them. And now, President Obama's position on withdrawal sounds more and more like President Bush's winning strategy. They must be pulling out their hair while sitting on their brains while they blog their way to a safer and peaceful world. HaHa!

“VICTORY is Mine”

Since: Sep 07

Ambridge, PA

#2 Jul 17, 2008
zoomer wrote:
For those on 'the left' it seems the war was lost before AND after the surge -- there is no way to win it for them. And now, President Obama's position on withdrawal sounds more and more like President Bush's winning strategy. They must be pulling out their hair while sitting on their brains while they blog their way to a safer and peaceful world. HaHa!
No doubt. They are probably going to take their time until we have won and can leave Iraq then make a big statement on how they kept their word and are pulling out US Troops. I also love how Obama says' I will pull out all COMBAT TROOPS'. What a joke. Lets leave all the combat support troops in place and leave them vulnerable. What a great strategy. I see Harvard taught him well.
TypicalWhitePers on

West Chester, PA

#3 Jul 18, 2008
Pudintain wrote:
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I also love how Obama says' I will pull out all COMBAT TROOPS'. What a joke. Lets leave all the combat support troops in place and leave them vulnerable. What a great strategy. I see Harvard taught him well.
It shows you that he knows nothing about the logistics of war, and yet he wants to be the commander-in-chief. Scary.

“VICTORY is Mine”

Since: Sep 07

Ambridge, PA

#4 Jul 18, 2008
TypicalWhitePerson wrote:
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It shows you that he knows nothing about the logistics of war, and yet he wants to be the commander-in-chief. Scary.
I see saw what I meant. I left out the 'non' before combat.
You can not pull out all COMBAT troops and only leave NON COMBAT troops in a hostile area. The IAF has come a long way but I am not confident enough to rely on them for my safety.
Bush wants lethal-Injec

Centerburg, OH

#5 Jul 18, 2008
AS LONG AS MALIKI continues to HAND OUT .. FREE US dollars on ....

the streets of Baghdad..the fighting will

be low...!! Once the money stops...partys are over ..and fighting starts!!!

Only one problem..the US economy is hurting..and Bush may want to try another idea..!! Dumb @$$!!!

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