"The Afghan government needs to do more. But we have to understand that the situation is precarious and urgent here in Afghanistan. And I believe this has to be our central focus, the central front, on our battle against terrorism," Obama said Sunday on CBS's "Face the Nation.""I think one of the biggest mistakes we've made strategically after 9/11 was to fail to finish the job here, focus our attention here. We got distracted by Iraq," he said.
Tom Hayden, wake up! Obama's election is all about the US plot to control the world's oil supply through corporatUS capitalismUS gigantUS.
Obama must be stopped before he kills more civilians.
No more war. Bring the Afghan troops home today.
End the rule of the capitalist war-makers of Amerika!
Hey, hey, Barack-a, how many Afghan kids will you kill your first day!
I just wanted to be first in line to oppose Obama's war. Why the hell follow him into battle?
Does Obama have a vote of Congress?
How bloodthirsty is this oil-drinking capitalist exploiter, anyway?
Why doesn't he sit down and talk to the Taliban and negotiate with bin Laden to surrender?
He needs to talk day-for-day how long the Europeans have been talking to Iran before he kills his first baby, don't you think?
If anybody didn't get it so far, I'm pointing out that anything you can say about the "bad" bush war is going to apply to the "good" Obama war. Soon enough, like LBJ, the Haydens will move to get us out of Afghanistan, and Barack Obama is unlikely to have the courage to "stay the course" in the face of that opposition, especially because Barack's position is a mere campaign tactic to make it seem like he's as tough as McCain and they just disagree over where to fight.
So, he might as well not get elected on a pretext and he might as well surrender in Afghanistan on day one.
Keevan D. Morgan
Jul 20 2008 - 6:29pm