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Former CBS anchor Walter Cronkite, whose 1968 conclusion that the Vietnam War was unwinnable keenly influenced public opinion then, said Sunday he'd say the same thing today about
"It's my belief that we should get out now," Cronkite said in a meeting with reporters.
"We had an opportunity to say to the world and Iraqis after the hurricane disaster that Mother Nature has not treated us well and we find ourselves missing the amount of money it takes to help these poor people out of their homeless situation and rebuild some of our most important cities in the United States," he said. "Therefore, we are going to have to bring our troops home."
Originally posted by WyrdeOne
Our cash flow issues have less to do with Katrina, and more to do with the tax cuts, corporate cronyism, and outright thievery that's been going on for some time now. Long before any hurricane was on the radar, the govt. looters were hard at work.