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'Those who want to adopt an isolationist approach misunderstand the nature of security in the 21st century. Developments in other parts of the world, particularly in Iraq and Syria, threaten our security at home' - more BS rhetoric. More feel good soundbites. Going back to Iraq will not stop or even delay any planned attack on our soil from terrorists. They are totally unrelated. The ISIS or IS or ISIL folks in Iraq or Syria aren't the same ones that would attack the US. We need to look at the ones that already live here or have traveled to America recently. We need to stay out of Iraq or any other area of the middle east. We haven't accomplished anything in the 60+years we've been involved there. Whomever we help in this will become our future enemies. Let them sort it out for themselves. Killing more Americans and spending $trillions more, that we don't have, won't accomplish a thing.
Twaat!
We should stay out of Iraq or any other country in the middle east. Let them clean up their own countries. Whomever we help will become our next enemies. History bears this out.
And, whomever we help will be our next enemies.
This ochnod - Abousamra - is from Boston. Is there a terrorist cell in Boston or nearby? We've already had a bombing from some of these local terrorists.
Simple! Revoke their passport and don't let them back in the country, ever! Kick out the families too.
They're all sphincters?
And Market Garden, which was a disaster. Ill planned and rushed before the people and equipment were ready.
Britain staged and executed D-Day? Britain liberated France and Belgium? Britain invaded western Germany and Austria? Britain took over the Eagle's Nest? I think you've been in the sun too long. Britain came along for the ride. Britain was in danger of being invaded and would have fallen within weeks when the US came with aid. On the other hand, Mongomery devised the disasterous Market Garden campaign, which set the allies progress toward Germany back months. The British advance in Northern Africa was at a standstill until America joined the war. After that, the Allies defeated the Germans in Africa and invaded Italy, defeating the Italians and driving the Germans out. Patton beat Montgomery to Messina even though Montgomery had less resistance and a much shorter route. In the Pacific, the British were captured, imprisoned in China, Burma, Thailand and the phillipines and rescued by the American forces after we pushed the Japanese back to Japan and bombed them into submission. As usual, Piers Morgan is a blubbering a$$ clown.
Really? Britain staged and executed D-Day? Britain liberated France and Belgium? Britain invaded western Germany and Austria? Britain took over the Eagle's Nest? I think you've been in the sun too long. Britain came along for the ride. Britain was in danger of being invaded and would have fallen within weeks when the US came with aid. On the other hand, Mongomery devised the disasterous Market Garden campaign, which set the allies progress toward Germany back months. The British advance in Northern Africa was at a standstill until America joined the war. After that, the Allies defeated the Germans in Africa and invaded Italy, defeating the Italians and driving the Germans out. Patton beat Montgomery to Messina even though Montgomery had less resistance and a much shorter route. In the Pacific, the British were captured, imprisoned in China, Burma, Thailand and the phillipines and rescued by the American forces after we pushed the Japanese back to Japan and bombed them into submission. I have the greatest respect for Churchill, but if indeed his book says that Britain won WW2, then it's grossly inaccurate. As usual, Piers Morgan is a blubbering a$$ clown.
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