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Opposition mounts to U.S.-Iraq security deal

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posted on May, 30 2008 @ 05:26 PM
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Opposition mounts to U.S.-Iraq security deal


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Although U.S. officials insist they are not seeking permanent bases, suspicion runs deep among many Iraqis that the Americans want to keep at least some troops in the country for many years.
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posted on May, 30 2008 @ 05:26 PM
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Really???? The Iraqis don't want us there forever??? I can't imagine why not!!!

Yet we hear McCain saying that he won't pull out of Iraq, and there are plenty on here who seem to believe that a quasi-permanent "security force" in Iraq is a good idea. Maybe the opinion of the Iraqi people will have some impact. If even the Iraqis are suspicious, maybe we should be too?

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posted on May, 30 2008 @ 05:36 PM
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Originally posted by scarlett1125


Really???? The Iraqis don't want us there forever??? I can't imagine why not!!!

Yet we hear McCain saying that he won't pull out of Iraq, and there are plenty on here who seem to believe that a quasi-permanent "security force" in Iraq is a good idea. Maybe the opinion of the Iraqi people will have some impact. If even the Iraqis are suspicious, maybe we should be too?

www.msnbc.msn.com
(visit the link for the full news article)


Scarlett:

I don't think that at any time, the public will be included in the decisions of the the "decision makers". As unfortunate as it is, the people will never have a say. The "unrespective" government will never pull out of any situation they don't want to because they simply "don't have to"

Not to get off topic, but this is the same idea when Chaney was asked about the US citizens opinion on the war in Iraq.... He simply answerd... "So"? They don't care about us or our opinions so they certainly won't care what the Iraq people think. Very frustrating.



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