10 Years Ago Today

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    Re: 10 Years Ago Today

    In response to A_Concerned_Citizen's comment:

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    Come on.  Forget about it.  It was a long time ago.  Twelve Bengazis, or so.

     

     



    Those who wish to remain ignorant of history are destined to repeat it....

     

    Or are just plain ignorant.

    Your choice.

     




    Come on.  In the words of Obama's spokesman, it was a long time ago.  Twelve times as long ago as Bengazi.  Hence, 12 Bengazis ago.


    So, what do you think is more significant:  An attack on an embassy 8 months ago, or a speech ten years ago?

     

    Or are you just plain ignorant?  Your choice.

     




    Another sign of ignorance, just twist around an argument because your too stupid to think yourself out from under that rock, where you belong.

     

    Excellent application of the kindergarten "I am not" squeal.

     



    Great.  Another progressive unable to discuss something other than with people who agree.

     
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    Re: 10 Years Ago Today

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    "Major combat operations in Iraq have ended. In the Battle of Iraq, the United States and our allies have prevailed." "Our nation and our coalition are proud of this accomplishment"

     

    Exactly, and all quite true at the time.

     




    So for what purpose did Bush order the surge, that increased troop levels by 5 brigades and extended the tours of all troops in a country we 'prevailed' over?

     

    The most intense "combat operations" of the entire war came in Fallujah, a year after the supposed 'accomplishment'.

    97% of all deaths occurred after we 'prevailed'.

    I guess it's "winning", Charlie Sheen style.



    I guess this "Bengazi was a long time ago" thing has disrupted your ability to undrstand the concept of timelines, as in "true at the time".

     

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