Two posts from Amy Proctor:
Here we go again? Who's idea was this?
[...] This probably isn’t representative of the entire country of Iraq, but Anbar Province was arguabley the toughest fought area besides Baghdad. We needed Iraqis the most in these areas to win the war and procure stability.
We can only hope that these are solely the sentiments of a few and that our draw down doesn’t have the negative effect Sheik Sabah fears, but the lack of patience of American forces to leave is no doubt rooted in bitter partisan politics at home, thanks to careless rhetoric and insults from Democrats. [...]
Damn. Here's the Washington Compost article and go read the verbiage from Al Anbar. In Anbar, U.S.-Allied Tribal Chiefs Feel Deep Sense of Abandonment.
Who's idea was this? Whoever thought of this needs to be eviscerated.
Remember this guy? The guy the LEFT hated because of George Bush?
Musharraf wasn't a GREAT "friend" of America but he was against Al Qeada and the Taliban and was a decent aid in the attempts to contract their disposal. Now? Not so much seeing that he has been ousted.
Amy lists some others that are saying the same thing...
Afghanistan. Obama's Waterloo.
The Snooper Report. Join us as we Take Our Country Back.
Sic vis pacem para bellum