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What should the next step for the US in Afghanistan?

More combat boots on the ground
More military advisors for training only
Use military contractors like Blackwater rather than US troops
More fighter airplanes and weapons for Afghan Military
Full withdrawal of troops
Another strategy. Please share.



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191. Joe Gerstner
     (8/28/2017 5:43:01 AM)
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This message is in response to Tams Bixby ( message id #289295 )  View All Related Messages

The 'in-the-ground' mineral wealth was a relatively recent 'supposition' and it may be erroneous substantiating causality for our involvement. When the Taliban resumed control after the Great Bear left, the first thing they accomplished was completely destroying the opium crops and fields (their religious tenet)--something the U.S. couldn't abide...so back we went...and stayed...and remain...and will remain.

190. Tams Bixby CEOExpressSelect Member
     (8/24/2017 7:18:08 PM)
     Message ID #289453

This message is in response to Patricia Pomerleau ( message id #289452 )  View All Related Messages

And the more he complains about the Russia Investigations themselves and "Why aren't/didn't the Senate and others protecting him from the Russia Investigations", the more scrutiny he'll end up bringing upon it/them/himself and all that'll end up doing is to end up ultimately hanging himself.

Message edited by user at 8/24/2017 7:41:37 PM

189. Patricia Pomerleau CEOExpressSelect Member
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     (8/24/2017 6:20:11 PM)
     Message ID #289452

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He's not going to get a wall. His pissing off the senate and house with his attacks on the leadership along with his embrace of Nazis is leading to cooperation between democrats and republicans to move forward without the president.

What a dangerous, incoherent fool his is.

188. Robert Fahrbach CEOExpressSelect Member
     (8/24/2017 6:15:45 PM)
     Message ID #289451

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There are three branches of Government in America.

Both the Presidency and the Supreme Court are polling around 40%. The Congress is nearly two-thirds lower with 15%.

Americans don't like changes to their government... but they like it staying the same even less.

Either way, there's no reason for Donald Trump to worry about Polls in America... they all suck. (Hillary, in fact, is right there with Donald and the Supreme Court.)

187. Robert Fahrbach CEOExpressSelect Member
     (8/24/2017 6:03:55 PM)
     Message ID #289450

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World War 2 was a giant miscommunication - that doesn't make it like Abbott and Costello, either.

186. D Robb
     (8/24/2017 5:05:03 PM)
     Message ID #289449

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Read the link those funds cannot be used to build a new permanent wall. Congress did allow the little hands guy to reprogram some of that money for planning

185. Thomas C CEOExpressSelect Member
     (8/24/2017 4:45:28 PM)
     Message ID #289448

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$1.6 Billion

184. Douglas Robb CEOExpressSelect Member
     (8/24/2017 3:59:08 PM)
     Message ID #289447

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Read the link, Robert. Both are miscommunications between someone in the know and a dunce who is clueless. Got it?
trump's polls continue to decline: https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/7-rules-for-reading-trumps-approval-rating
The interesting thing is that it has been a steady decline. You don't need regression analysis to see where they are going. The only question is, how low they can go. If they continue at the same rate he'll be in the 20's by mid-terms.

Message edited by user at 8/24/2017 5:29:35 PM

183. Robert Fahrbach CEOExpressSelect Member
     (8/24/2017 2:36:08 PM)
     Message ID #289446

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I'm very familiar with that skit - and see no connection whatsoever.

Maybe you could explain. (Lol... and maybe the Hoboken Zepher's will win the World's Series)

182. Douglas Robb CEOExpressSelect Member
     (8/24/2017 2:25:10 PM)
     Message ID #289445

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The little hand guy’s tweets about Ryan, McConnell and the debt ceiling sound like a reprise of the Abbott and Costello skit, “Who’s on First?” It is really amazing how poor a deal maker he is, and how little he understands about government.
http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/escalating-feud-trump-blames-mcconnell-and-ryan-for-upcoming-%E2%80%98mess%E2%80%99-on-debt-ceiling/ar-AAqEggr
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