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Tuesday, November 30, 2021

Iraq’s Quiet(A Question and Answer Session)

The Surge was in place when Iraq became quiet but all would likely agree that just because the Surge preceded Iraq’s quiet does not mean the Surge caused Iraq’s quiet.

Q. What caused Iraq to loose its quiet in the first place?

A. The Bush team attacked Iraq in 2003 – removing its sitting government, its army and police force.

Q. What happened after that?

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Sensible and Cynical Progressives

Sensible progressives will vote for Obama. Cynical progressives may vote for McCain. The later remind me of the famous ancient Greek Cynic Diogenes, who, according to The Cynic’s Sanctuary, “reportedly took up residence in a tub to demonstrate his freedom from material wants. This cranky street-philosopher would introduce himself by saying, ‘I am Diogenes the dog. I nuzzle the kind, bark at the greedy and bite scoundrels.’ He’d use a lantern by daylight, explaining that he was searching for an honest man. Even Alexander the Great didn’t escape unscathed. When the young conqueror found Diogenes sitting in the marketplace and asked how he could help him, the old philosopher replied that ‘you can step out of my sunlight’.”

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Senator John McCain On the Start of The Iraq War

Senator McCain:

We can look back at the past and argue about whether we should have gone to war or not

whether we should have invaded or not and thats a good academic argument

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Terrorists Struck Pakistan

Terrorists struck Pakistan and Mr. Bush commented. Mr. Bush seemed to say that had Pakistan allowed him to blow up terrorists on Pakistani soil Pakistan might be safer from terrorists.

But in reality, that may have added one more problem that Pakistan would have to deal with.

Pakistan would only need look at neighbor Afghanistan to see examples of how Mr. Bush’s plan is working there.

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Obama faces many challenges

Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama faces a challenge this week healing a party rift, confronting Republican rival John McCain more aggressively and fleshing out his rosy oratory with detailed policy.

Obama, 47, enters the Democratic party convention that will formally nominate him in a strong position, but he has yet to answer doubts among many Americans about where he would take the country if elected in November and whether he has the experience the job requires.

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Clinton will release delegates to Obama

Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, hoping to unite the Democratic Party and cement her future in it, will gather her hard-won primary delegates Wednesday at a reception where she is expected to formally release them to Barack Obama.

The New York senator has invited her pledged delegates to a reception at the Colorado Convention Center, not far from the main Democratic National Convention arena.

The high-profile gathering of political regulars who once fought against Obama serves a dual purpose for Clinton: Show fellow Democrats that she can be a team player, and display her still-formidable political strengths for the future. Many of her supporters want her to run for president again.

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Getting social on Capitol Hill

Rep. Mac Thornberry doesn’t tweet on Twitter, or anywhere else probably.

But he recently sounded off on the right of other U.S. House members to post updates — tweets — up to 140 characters on the microblogging site, even if he doesn’t.

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Congress can be hazardous to health

The 110th Congress is close to becoming the most deadly term for lawmakers in the past 20 years.

The death of Rep. Stephanie Tubbs Jones, D-Ohio, who died Wednesday of a brain aneurysm, brings to eight the number of legislators who have died since the current Congress began in January 2007.

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