5 US troops among 50 killed in Afghan violence

Sep 12, 2009 | Posted by: lois sprague | Full story: ap.lubbockonline.com

About 50 civilians, security forces and militants were killed in a wave of violence around Afghanistan, including a bomb that left 14 Afghan travelers dead in one of the country's most dangerous regions.

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ratttlecattle

Winter Springs, FL

#1 Sep 14, 2009
Thanks George W BUSH.....you left a legacy of death.

Since: Aug 08

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#2 Aug 24, 2012
Get ready for WWIII...what is the telltale? Simple, when the adds for all your gold and possessions are multiple full pages in the local paper it's going to get worse. Better put, cash is not going to be king.
Karol

Kraków, Poland

#3 Aug 25, 2012
ratttlecattle wrote:
Thanks George W BUSH.....you left a legacy of death.
Bush/Romney|Obama and their cliques it is the same devil.
It is Ron Paul, the only guy, who has healthy, normal view on foreign politics and domestic issues and he is theonly chance for changes. Otherwise by supporting Romney, Obama you will go down together with the rest of the world.

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