Why are we still there?

Interesting thoughts on the subject.  When I'd read them all and answered the questions raised by these Leftist thoughts, the answer was obvious even to me.  I hope we take the Liberal's approach to this important issue and do it NOW...

"It is time to take a serious look at our involvement there. "

Every day there are news reports about more deaths.  Every night on the TV are photos of death and destruction.

Why are we still there?

The land is too large to secure all of it.

Why are we still there?

The bad people causing this damage can roam anywhere, and we can't possibly police the whole place.

Why are we still there?

We occupied this land, which we had to take by force, but it causes us nothing but trouble.

Why are we still there?

Their government is unstable, and in the process of changing.

Why are we still there?

Refugees are fleeing by the thousands, driven from their homes.

Why are we still there?

It will cost billions to rebuild, which we can't afford.

Why are we still there?

There are more than 1000 religious sects.

We can't even secure the borders.

Why are we still there?

And to repeat.  Every day we hear of more Americans killed in this dangerous land.

IT IS CLEAR:

WE MUST ABANDON CALIFORNIA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Comfortably Anonymous
2/18/2004 5:45:49 PM
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