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Obama’s 'War Czar' Says U.S. Will Make 'Enduring Longer-Term Commitment' to Maintaining Forces in Afghanistan

(CNSNews.com) – At the NATO summit beginning Friday the United States will endorse turning over security responsibilities in Afghanistan to Afghan forces by the end of 2014--but also commit to “an enduring longer-term commitment,” President Obama’s “war czar” said this week.

During a conference call press briefing Tuesday previewing the NATO summit in Lisbon, Lt. Gen. Douglas Lute, Obama’s special assistant for Afghanistan and Pakistan, spoke about transitioning security tasks to Afghan forces by 2014.


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yeah, that's called occupation....


LOL yeah, you think?

LOL yeah, you think?

Freakin' joke.