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The ad says President Bush has talked about staying in Iraq for 50 years, then plays a clip of McCain saying, “Maybe 100. That’d be fine with me.”
There's nothing false about the ad, they're his words. Like the Reverend Wright, he shouldn't make comments that he's not willing to have put under close scrutiny.
Funny how the democrats put out an ad with a false depiction of what John McCain actually said in that speech. They will twist/pull/kill anything to get into the big old white house. this is disgusting and it should be immediately removed for a false ad
The U.S. provides military aid through many different channels. Counting the items that appear in the budget as 'Foreign Military Financing' and 'Plan Colombia', the U.S. spent approximately $4.5 billion in military aid in 2001, of which $2 billion went to Israel, $1.3 billion went to Egypt, and $1 billion went to Colombia.
Of 2004, according to Fox News, the U.S. had more than 700 military bases in 130 different countries.
Originally posted by GradyPhilpott
There's nothing sinister about that. It's been explained dozens of times and those who find such a proposition alarming are just not in touch with the real world or they are part of the blame America first crowd.