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Quixote1818 Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Nov-13-05 06:24 PM
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38. Thats a risky strategy but one they will have to take if they want to try
win. It could pay off but it could embolden the opposition and increase the number of casualties which could completely devastate the Republicans in 06.
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  -Conservatives will withdraw troops in 2006 thefloyd  Nov-13-05 02:56 PM   #0 
  - How will they keep the spigots on?  PowerToThePeople   Nov-13-05 02:58 PM   #1 
  - watch them outflank Dems like Hillary, Schumer ,  mitchtv   Nov-13-05 02:59 PM   #2 
  - I think Hillary has kept quiet  thefloyd   Nov-13-05 03:05 PM   #8 
  - Claim Victory + Bring Troops Home = GOP Election Win.  BobBoudelangFan69   Nov-13-05 02:59 PM   #3 
  - important caveat  mitchtv   Nov-13-05 03:01 PM   #5 
  - that has been my feeling for a while  nadinbrzezinski   Nov-13-05 02:59 PM   #4 
  - I've thought along those lines as well, but I doubt it will happen.  obxhead   Nov-13-05 03:01 PM   #6 
  - I don't see how.  brainshrub   Nov-13-05 03:03 PM   #7 
  - Obviously, Use Mercenary Army. Money Buys Everything.  BobBoudelangFan69   Nov-13-05 03:07 PM   #11 
  - Mercenaries are notoriously bad for guarding things.  brainshrub   Nov-13-05 03:11 PM   #16 
     - Yes! And After The (S)election, Send Troops Back In (Secretly).  BobBoudelangFan69   Nov-13-05 03:16 PM   #18 
  - Chalabi has been put in control  thefloyd   Nov-13-05 03:08 PM   #12 
  - Repubs and Dems agree on Iraq.  Disturbed   Nov-13-05 03:10 PM   #14 
  - Neocons will NOT stop wars. No way. These are not true GOP  texpatriot2004   Nov-13-05 03:06 PM   #9 
  - I comletely agree  thefloyd   Nov-13-05 03:09 PM   #13 
  - Deleted message  Name removed   Nov-13-05 03:52 PM   #30 
     - Hi JohnnyNovacaine!!  newyawker99   Nov-13-05 04:31 PM   #31 
     - Deleted message  Name removed   Nov-13-05 10:16 PM   #40 
     - Welcome to DU glad you joined us. nm  texpatriot2004   Nov-13-05 06:04 PM   #34 
        - Deleted message  Name removed   Nov-13-05 10:16 PM   #41 
  - I feel there will be withdrawals  bigwillq   Nov-13-05 03:07 PM   #10 
  - More than likely they'll be partial withdrawals  shadowknows69   Nov-13-05 03:11 PM   #15 
     - I agree.  bigwillq   Nov-13-05 03:14 PM   #17 
     - My question exactly. How do you partially withdraw troops  niallmac   Nov-13-05 03:21 PM   #21 
        - I am not so  thefloyd   Nov-13-05 03:35 PM   #26 
           - Some people may believe the troops are fueling the insurgency  niallmac   Nov-14-05 09:54 PM   #42 
  - I agree 100%. All of a sudden "spreading democracy" will take  Vinca   Nov-13-05 03:17 PM   #19 
  - Yeah.  thefloyd   Nov-13-05 03:22 PM   #22 
  - What conservatives? You must be talking about the Right-Wing NAZI's  B Calm   Nov-13-05 03:17 PM   #20 
  - They will probably be coming home to parades across the nation --  DeepModem Mom   Nov-13-05 03:23 PM   #23 
  - No way.  Marr   Nov-13-05 03:29 PM   #24 
  - Well if Democrats  thefloyd   Nov-13-05 03:44 PM   #28 
  - Republicans in the house and senate  tularetom   Nov-13-05 03:31 PM   #25 
  - That will be a really dangerous time for the troops, even more then now  chimpsrsmarter   Nov-13-05 03:37 PM   #27 
  - Deleted message  Name removed   Nov-13-05 03:46 PM   #29 
  - Disagree  laura888   Nov-13-05 04:38 PM   #32 
  - Actually on This Week, I believe, I watched and/or taped all 3, except  I_Make_Mistakes   Nov-13-05 05:53 PM   #33 
     - The Iraqi Govt. will request a withdrawl and there will be a ...  Disturbed   Nov-13-05 06:19 PM   #36 
        - The problem is the general population is catching on, better late  I_Make_Mistakes   Nov-13-05 06:24 PM   #37 
  - Nothing would surprise me  FreedomAngel82   Nov-13-05 06:16 PM   #35 
  - Thats a risky strategy but one they will have to take if they want to try  Quixote1818   Nov-13-05 06:24 PM   #38 
     - I doubt it, without a REAL coalition, it will fall on the US (our back)!  I_Make_Mistakes   Nov-13-05 09:51 PM   #39 
 

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