U.S. to Move 3,700 Troops to Baghdad
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#2 Jul 29, 2006
It will be important that our troops are integrated and translators are abundant; we do not want citizens killed mistaken as terrorists. Many good peace loving Iraqis are carrying weapons for self protection and keeping guard in their neighborhoods. The militia members have families and use them for their cover so there will be innocents harmed; militia members should be responsible for this; they know the consequences; they may be willing to die for their twisted cause, should their families? Sadr should be arrested immediately and put in a cell next to Saddam; they could chat about the hopelessness of repressing freedom and liberty and the noose awaits those who do.
#3 Jul 30, 2006
Iraqis lose. Americans lose.
Neocons, Israel, and Rapture idiots all think they win.
#4 Jul 30, 2006
How much is this costing the American taxpayer?
Why is Bush cutting taxes?
Where is the money coming from to pay for this mess?
#5 Jul 30, 2006
The 172ND Stryker Brigade served there year tour and deserve to come home. If the people in Baghdad continue to fight, which they will, that is something they need to work on. Our troops should not be there to take over that country, the Iraqis need to determine whats best for them with their own people! We should be more concerned about whats going on in our own country before we continue to try to "fix" another country. For god sakes we let everyone into this country.. and if the Iraqis want to leave they will. Are men deserve to come HOME! If you were the one getting shipped out again right after you come home-how would you feel?
So much for the families of these men-we can only pray.
#7 Aug 5, 2006
I am a wife to a soldier that is serving with the 172nd Stryker Brigade. My husband has been deployed for a year and I feel they all have done their job and should be brought home. We have a one year old daughter who doesn't even know who her dad is. The only thing this Iraq war is doing is costing tax payers more money and causing hardship on the military families. As someone said Iraq needs to learn to stand on its own. We have our own problems we need to fix right here in the US, before we go into other countries and try to fix there problem. We have been in Iraq for 3 years and we are still back where we started from. We are still deploying more military over instead of reducing troops. The government offical who makes these decisions should be the ones over in Iraq fighting on the front lines.
#8 Aug 5, 2006
I understand how difficult it is for those who wait. My mother raised 5 children over 4 + years while my father served in the Pacifac Theatre as an army tank commander.
She had to deal with $ problems, her mother died during that time, and food rationing. The 172nd Stryker Brigade are famous for their outstanding performance in the field. You can be very proud of the contribution your husbund is making in this war; he's serving for all of us. God bless you and grant you peace until his return.
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