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Bush to outline Iraq exit plans

*Charlotte*
post 30.Nov.2005, 12:10 PM
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http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/4484330.stm

An admission of defeat? What do you think?
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Citrus
post 30.Nov.2005, 12:16 PM
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Joined: 6.Nov.2005

he's probably gonna talk about honor, freedom, courage, justice, evil, terrorist attacks, Jesus, September the eleventh two-thousand one, democracy, freedom and democracy, chocolate-chip cookies, christmas dinner at the whitehouse, and he won't mention any plan at all.
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*Charlotte*
post 30.Nov.2005, 12:19 PM
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QUOTE (Monday)
he's probably gonna talk about honor, freedom, courage, justice, evil, terrorist attacks, Jesus, September the eleventh two-thousand one, democracy, freedom and democracy, chocolate-chip cookies, christmas dinner at the whitehouse


Are you his speech writer? I think you are very close to what it will be! laugh.gif
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*Kell*
post 30.Nov.2005, 12:34 PM
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The oil supplies are secure now. Mission accomplished!! Time to exit. There are more regimes (countries whose leader sdo not reflect our interests) to change. biggrin.gif
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Braderunner Rennuredarb
post 30.Nov.2005, 01:23 PM
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Hrmmm...

Admission of defeat? *ponders* There has been no defeat...so...no.

Yes, he will probably talk about a lot of unassociated crap, but thats what polititcains do...talk for hours and say nothing.

And Kell...this is just for you... :roll:
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Eciym
post 30.Nov.2005, 02:31 PM
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no defeat... interesting concluesion... if by no defeat you mean conceeding regional control to warlords. Then yes no defeat. If you mean free democratic elections that are controlled by the majority recieving orders on how to vote from their local religous/war cheif then not a defeat. If you consider the official reasons given for going to war however other than capturing a handful of people (Saddam being one of them) and the toppling of the only regime that could hold on to power in that region. I can't think of a single official objective being completed.
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Mnemonic
post 30.Nov.2005, 03:21 PM
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Bush just wanted saddam as revenge for what he did to bushes old man and if the people can't fend for themselfs so what.. Bush never cared about the people of Irak. So its not a defeat.. his mission is over and he won, he got what he wanted. why is people so supprised?
Leave it to UN to clean up the mess..
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Citrus
post 30.Nov.2005, 03:28 PM
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Joined: 6.Nov.2005

bush should have taken saddam up on that offer to use pugilism to "box" [*cough*pun*cough*] out their differences at a neutral location like switzerland. That would have been the best televised since...the...war in...iraq...
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*Charlotte*
post 30.Nov.2005, 03:36 PM
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Really? Did Saddam really challenge Bush to fight it out? That would have been GREAT! laugh.gif
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*Kodos*
post 30.Nov.2005, 04:41 PM
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It in true Bushie form...he would go MIA for a year, only stopping in to get a dental exam and pick up his checks from the National Guard.
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