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Originally posted by Project_Silo
I have heard about the million Iraqi poeple being dead but I don't know how secure the source I saw was.On the other hand I do still agree with most of what stellar says.
I believe we have overstayed our welcome and we will make no improvements. A lot of Iraqi poeple still dislike the U.S because of its actions,and I don't blame them.
I mean we all know the Bush planning team must be garbage.
Oh really were finaly going to withdraw Mr.President?BS,you know how he says starting with taking 30 thousand troops home?Thats garbage,hes doing it in intervals of 4 thousand..So in a year they will be back to before the surge numbers in Iraq.
This administration is a damm joke,we all know that Iraq won't meet the security requirments for bringing the troops home.So in turn we are still going to have the exact same number of troops there.Sigh.
See Al-Qaeda is already picking up their attacks. There is no defending this garbage of a president,LET HIM FALL.
Consequently, there is considerable circumstantial evidence to argue that the nuclear armed B-52 was part of a covert operation, outside the regular chain of military command. The most plausible authority responsible for this was Vice President Cheney. He very likely used the Secret Service to take charge of a contrived National Special Security Event involving a nuclear armed B-52 that would be flown from Minot AFB. The B-52 was directed to Barksdale Air Force base where it would have conducted a covert mission to the Middle East involving the detonation of one or more nuclear weapons most likely in or in the vicinity of Iran. This could either have occurred during a conventional military strike against Iran, or a False Flag operation in the Persian Gulf region.
In late April, the military leadership, headed by General Pace, achieved a major victory when the White House dropped its insistence that the plan for a bombing campaign include the possible use of a nuclear device to destroy Iran's uranium-enrichment plant at Natanz, nearly two hundred miles south of Tehran. …. "Bush and Cheney were dead serious about the nuclear planning," the former senior intelligence official told me. "And Pace stood up to them. Then the world came back: 'O.K., the nuclear option is politically unacceptable.'
Originally posted by AERO_VISIONS
Ponder this...did anyone complain about the B52 flight worldwide?
I didn't hear any outcry from any national leader. Could it be that somebody else dropped their skivvis first? Then we dropped ours?
Originally posted by room237
The best way to attack the US would be through suitcase dirty bombs. But at the moment no terrorist has accomplished this and i hope and trust they never do.