Force Is Not Enough, Brown Says -
Full story: Newsday
Brown same as Blair George Bushes' Toady. the UK need to send him a message about human rights and getting out of the occupation of Iraq
I do not hate the US I love the constitution which is the US snd the bill of rights. I co not like single minded KINGS that destroy the US. The US is the constitution the Bill of Rights not the government or President. by the way I can't spell but check your spelling too. The World wil judge. I love the Declaration of INdependance and the constitution. George Bush is abusing it
I have traveled to to the "other World' several times and I Have a masters degree, not in English sorry but Math and Higher Science, Phisics and chemistry, but I study history and don't not want to repeat it
Iraq war cost years of progress in Afghanistan - UK brigadier
Commander echoes criticism of Blair's foreign policy by head of army
October 18, 2006
The invasion of Iraq prevented British forces from helping to secure Afghanistan much sooner and has left a dangerous vacuum in the country for four years, the commander who has led the attack against the Taliban made clear yesterday.
Brigadier Ed Butler, commander of 3 Para battlegroup just returned from southern Afghanistan, said the delay in deploying Nato troops after the overthrow of the Taliban in 2002 meant British soldiers faced a much tougher task now.
Ret. U.K. Army Head Slams U.S. Iraq Policy
Calls Invasion Planners "Intellectually Bankrupt," Says Washington Relies Too Heavily On Military
LONDON, Sept. 1, 2007
(CBS/AP) The head of the British army during the Iraq invasion described former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld's approach as "intellectually bankrupt," according to comments published Saturday.
Gen. Sir Mike Jackson, who retired in August 2006 as chief of the general staff, said Rumsfeld was "one of those most responsible for the current situation in Iraq," in excerpts from an autobiography, "Soldier," that were published by The Daily Telegraph.
He writes that Rumsfeld refused to deploy enough troops following the collapse of Saddam Hussein's regime to maintain law and order, and rejected the State Department's plans for post-invasion administration of the country. Jackson is also critical of President Bush for handing control of post-invasion Iraq to the Pentagon. "All the planning carried out by the State Department went to waste," he writes.
For Rumsfeld and his supporters "it was an ideological article of faith that the coalition soldiers would be accepted as a liberating army," Jackson wrote.
Brigadier Nigel R.F. Aylwin-Foster, British Army
U.S. Army Transformation needs to focus less on warfighting and more on developing a genuinely adaptive workforce. Dec. 2005 - Jan. 2006
IMBECILE BUSH LOST TWO WARS WITH THE BEST MILITARY ON EARTH!
General Sanchez: US will not win in Iraq
Monday, June 04, 2007
Iraq war 'lost'
The latest fighting erupted after a former commander of American forces in Iraq, retired army Lieutenant General Ricardo Sanchez, said the United States could no longer win the war and must find a way to stave off defeat.
"I am absolutely convinced that America has a crisis in leadership at this time," General Sanchez said.
"I think if we do the right things politically and economically with the right Iraqi leadership we could still salvage at least a stalemate, if you will ó not a stalemate but at least stave off defeat," he said.
General Sanchez retired last year and is the highest-ranking former military leader yet to suggest the Bush administration fell short in Iraq. He commanded troops there between June 2003 and June 2004.
If you recall, Bush attempted to undo that Executive Order on Jan. 20, 2001. A Clinton Judge in the District of Columbia ruled that, on this one occasion, an incoming president could not repeal an Executive Order issued by an outgoing president because, the judge said, the incoming president was "politically motivated," and repealing the EO could have a detrimental impact on the environment. Since the rising cost of gasoline has reach crisis proportions, not remedying the problem quickly will have a devastating impact on the US economy. Bush not only needs to allow the independent refiners who were forced out of business in the Clinton years to reopen, he needs to force the Seven Sisters to funnel crude to those refineries to generate a sufficient inventory of gasoline to reverse the trend of the past five years.
He is still sidding with King George Bush and know His people want out of Iraq and use dipelomatic means to deal with Iran nor war. They will not vote for his party until the realize the loss of money spnt at an unnecessary war that could be spent at home
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