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End of the Iraq War

Posted in Uncategorized by Michael LaBossiere on December 15, 2011

The Iraq war is officially over. One key point of concern is whether it will prove to be worth the cost (about 4,000 Americans, thousands of Iraqis, a trillion dollars, and much more). But for now, it is good that our fellow Americans can finally come home and stay, at least for a while. The troops served bravely and well, bringing credit to the nation and themselves.

 

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  2. magus71 said, on December 16, 2011 at 1:20 pm

    Don’t forget to mention:

    1) America won
    2) The world is better off because America won
    3) Most Democrats said we couldn’t win and shouldn’t try.
    4) Iraq is the closest thing to a functioning Democracy in the Arab world that has not used its democratic powers to elect Islamic extremists.

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