Military: Afghan police officer kills...

Military: Afghan police officer kills 4 U.S. troops

There are 5 comments on the The Washington Post story from Sep 16, 2012, titled Military: Afghan police officer kills 4 U.S. troops. In it, The Washington Post reports that:

Sep. 16, 2012 - An Afghan police officer turned his gun on NATO troops at a remote checkpoint in the south of the country before dawn Sunday, killing four American troops, according to Afghan and international officials.

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“It's Time to Defeat Terrorism ”

Since: May 11


#2 Sep 16, 2012
Thousands of brave US troops will probably die before Obama will declare the Afghan war a major defeat for US troops. US troops trust the Jihadist terrorists that kill them and they are defeated by few thousands of Taliban that keep killing our US troops because their hands are tied behind their backs by Obama who protects the Taliban terrorists first. The weak and hesitant amateur and apologizer in chief Barack Hussein Obama will never demand the apologize of the Afghan hostile regime of Karzai who sends his Mozlem Brother troops to kill our US troops that trust them. The recent killing of US troops by their trusted Mozlem Brother terrorists of Afghanistan proves that Obama knows that Afghanistan is not friend of Obama or America and will never be regardless how many more US troops Obama is ready to sacrifice for nothing other than defeat. Undoubtedly, the recent attack on our helpless US troops in Afghanistan that were cut under Obama’s failed command from arms and supplies show that our US troops are surrounded by 100% Mozlem Brother enemies. The recent attacks on Americans all over the world are the straw that breaks the camel back of every American who does not know why Obama continues sacrificing the precious lives of our US troops for nothing at all. Obviously, no American knows why the apologizer in chief Obama who sympathize with the Taliban terrorists is keeping our US troops in closed camps in Afghanistan as if they were targets and hostages of the Afghan Mozlem Brother Jihadists that seek to kill them and cut them to pieces if they could based on their Jihad war culture that will never end. Why is it OK for the US Congress to send our brave US troops to the Mozlem Brother barbarian country of Afghanistan where they are surrounded by corrupt Afghan president, Jihadist Afghan troops that are infiltrated with Taliban and Jihadist Taliban terrorists that will sacrifice their empty lives to kill Christian US troops for reward as Mozlem Brother heroes of Afghanistan and Pakistan.

Bridgeview, IL

#3 Sep 17, 2012
What progress has been made in Afghanistan?

North Fairfield, OH

#4 Sep 18, 2012
The Consequences of Obama's Bungled Mideast Policy

"Obama came to office believing that America had a lot to apologize for. For the "tension" between the U.S. and the Muslim world that "has been fed" by colonialism and the Cold War, as he said in his June 2009 "New Beginning" speech in Cairo.

As Fox News commentator Kirsten Powers wrote, "Our leaders shouldn't let our enemies know that when they kill our people and attack our embassies that the U.S. government will act like a battered wife making excuses for her psychotic husband."

It's also disturbing that Obama, after his brief statement deploring the Benghazi murders (and not mentioning the attack on the Cairo embassy), immediately embarked on a four-hour plane ride to campaign in Las Vegas.

In an interview there with Telemundo, Obama said Egypt was neither an ally nor an enemy. Later, the State Department spokesman conceded that Egypt is officially an ally under a 1989 law.

That's an unforced error for an incumbent president, one who has criticized his opponent's lack of foreign policy experience.

But perhaps it's not surprising. American Enterprise Institute's Marc Thiessen revealed last week that Obama has skipped more than half of his daily intelligence briefings. He reads the reports instead. His last in-person briefing before 9/11/12 was on Sept. 5.

Under settled principles of international law, attacks on diplomats by, or permitted by, governments can be considered acts of war. The threat of such attacks deserves a more stern response than a campaign trip to Vegas, a misstatement of settled policy and skipped intelligence briefings. "

Never Forgive and Never Forget....

"America elected a monster."

North Fairfield, OH

#5 Sep 18, 2012

Livonia, LA

#6 Sep 18, 2012
obama is more worried about offending muslims than caring for our troops!he will not call these ragheads terrorist as he didnt call hasan at fort hood?he and his kiss ass generals put our troops into harms way because they dont know what a supposedly good afgan is from the bad?how would you like to turn your back on an afgan policeman?get our troops out of afganistan and cut the money off!~

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