The Afghanistan War is now Obama's War and I do beieve that he needs to be impeached by now because he isn't out of the War like he said he was going to do. Right? RIGHT?
The Afghan war was enormously popular when it began on a fall Sunday eight and a half years ago. Less than a month had passed since the September 11 attacks, and President Bush could draw on deep wells of support when he ordered air strikes against Kabul , Jalalabad and the Taliban stronghold at Kandahar.
"We are supported," Bush said that day, with only slight exaggeration, "by the collective will of the world."
By mid-November American forces had driven the Taliban from the capital; at month's end Kandahar was in the U.S. sights; in early December the Taliban leadership fled, and Marines set up a base near the Kandahar airfield.
No one proclaimed "Mission Accomplished," but they might as well have. Surely, it seemed, this would be a brief campaign.
On the one-year anniversary, in October 2002, Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld told CNN, "The Taliban are gone. The Al Qaeda are gone." [...]
Instead of going on what the article really says, let me tell you exactly what happened to Afghanistan with the ISAF. The USA turned the entire operation to the United Nations and NATO, two of the worse organizations to ever take on such jobs. The United Nations has sucked at everything they have ever started with their very first outing North and South Korea. That worked out well, right? And there is NATO which should have fallen apart right after the Cold War was over. Both organizations should be disbanned and/or eliminated from American Operations. What good are they?
Feel free to go read the rest of that Leftinistra article but bring a barf bag with you. I will add that Afghanistan isn't like Vietnam, FYI.
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