WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Senate on Tuesday endorsed a March 31, 2008, target date for withdrawing American combat troops from Iraq, prompting the White House to threaten a veto and moving Congress a step closer to a showdown with President George W. Bush over the war.
In one year the Senate wants the troops out of Iraq.
If only a thousand more troops are killed in the coming year then that means we'll have wasted only 4,000+ American lives perpetrating the fraudulent war on terror.
What will we do with the troops when we withdraw them? Send them to Iran?
How come nobody talks about attacking our real enemies, the people who funded, planned, and carried-out the attack on Lower Manhattan on September 11, 2001: The Saudis.
The Saudis are our greatest enemy in the Middle East.
If you pretend to be a patriot, then you should be screaming that we attack Saudi Arabia. Now!
But, since the Saudi Royal Family and the binLaden's and other powerful Saudis are friends of The Prescott Group and Halliburton and the Bush family and the Clintons and Henry Kissinger, then there is no way we will ever take them to task for killing so many Americans. You see, the American ruling class is protecting them.
Remember this as you get yourself worked-up into a lather about Iran: Iran did not attack the United States in 2001. Sure, they are not our friends and they have done some bad things to us, but no nation has hurt us as much as the Saudis.
Saudi Arabia is a terrible place with no freedom, no allegiance to us, and a history of hurting us.
Why do we put up with them?
Ask George Bush (both of them).
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