Iraq: "A Nightmare with No End in Sight"

ARLINGTON, Va. – The former top commander of U.S. troops in Iraq slammed the handling of the war and gave a bleak assessment of the current situation in Iraq.

“There is no question that America is living a nightmare with no end in sight,” retired Lt. Gen. Ricardo Sanchez told a convention of military journalists on Friday.

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"Bush and Cheney are out of control"

'Many in the US military think Bush and Cheney are out of control'
In an interview with SPIEGEL ONLINE, the Amsterdam-based military historian Gabriel Kolko argues that 'Many in the US military think Bush and Cheney are out of control.',1518,511492,00.html

no such thing as a win

I heard a few anchors talk about the lack of a definition for the end to the war in Iraq. Seriously, what would anyone say? How would the US define as an end to the war in Iraq? Wait until every last Iraqi citizen feels demoralized and hopeless about their country? The idea of going in and getting rid of the terrorists has been unrealistic from the start.

Th driving force........

-----In early winter, an incident occurred that was seared into my memory. A coworker and I were suddenly directed to go down to the Mall entrance to pick up some Israeli generals. Post-9/11 rules required one escort for every three visitors, and there were six or seven of them waiting. The Navy lieutenant commander and I hustled down. Before we could apologize for the delay, the leader of the pack surged ahead, his colleagues in close formation, leaving us to double-time behind the group as they sped to Undersecretary Feith’s office on the fourth floor. Two thoughts crossed our minds: are we following close enough to get credit for escorting them, and do they really know where they are going? We did get credit, and they did know. Once in Feith’s waiting room, the leader continued at speed to Feith’s closed door. An alert secretary saw this coming and had leapt from her desk to block the door. “Mr. Feith has a visitor. It will only be a few more minutes.” The leader craned his neck to look around the secretary’s head as he demanded, “Who is in there with him?”------

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The more people know about how things are really going the stronger Ron Paul's position.

Corrupt Iraqi Gov't funds attacks on U.S. troops

If you want to see just how bad things really are in Iraq, follow this link and download the report that was released to the public - then classified once the administration realized how it would reflect on them...