Those Are Some Lucky Damn Guys, I Tell Ya

I’m sure they’ll be thanking the new president from the bottom of their hearts.

Clinton presents plan to end Iraq war
Democratic presidential front-runner Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (N.Y.) Tuesday unveiled her plan to bring U.S. troops home from Iraq within 60 days of taking office.
…Clinton promised to initiate phased redeployment as soon as she takes office. However, as part of her plan, specialized forces would remain to fight terrorists.
With the absence of U.S. troops, the senator hopes to stabilize the country by focusing on aid efforts that put money in the hands of the Iraqi people.

4 Responses to “Those Are Some Lucky Damn Guys, I Tell Ya”

  1. Dave E. says:

    It’s not really funny, but that just cracks me up. I’m starting to wonder if these assclowns think John Rambo is real. With all due respect to the skills of our special forces:
    Joe: Hey, where are you guys going?
    Colonel: Well, President Clinton just ordered us home.
    Joe: But I’m not packed.
    Colonel: Well, you’re not leaving. She wants you to stay and fight the terrorists.
    Joe: Me? Just me?
    Colonel: Oh not just you, Bill’s staying too.
    Bill: I am?
    The notion that we could have a sort of Fort Apache in Iraq and then use it to strike with precision, only at terrorists, is well beyond stupid.
    And I’d like the next person who suggests we retreat to the Kurdish North to do so with a map in front of them. To the south would be a vicious and hostile hell-hole that used to be called Iraq. To the east is a hostile Iran. To the west is a hostile Syria. To the north we would be at the whim of the Turkish government, please talk to the 4th Infantry Division about that.
    What’s that? We could supply our troops by air if we have to? Right…that turned out to be such a winning strategy for the French.

  2. The_Real_JeffS says:

    And for the Germans at Stalingrad, Dave. That worked REALLY well, there.
    And it’s nice to see that Hillary! keeps on pandering. Not to mention following the age old Dhimmicrat problem solving process: Throwing someone else’s money into a rathole.

  3. Mike Rentner says:

    Fort Apache? What do you think we’ve been doing there? With the paltry forces in Iraq, there’s not much left to leave behind.
    We need to end the surge now. No more ripples, we need a tsunami. No, that’s too temporary. We need . . . oh, the analogies can only stretch so far. What we need is a lot more effort and a leader who can tell the world why.

  4. nightfly says:

    In short, Mike – the sooner we win, the sooner we can leave. And really, let’s call Ms. Clinton’s plan what it really is, a bug-out.

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