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Old 04-14-2009, 10:02 AM
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Complete story at link at bottom. Seems we heard this story about Iraq. And 8 years later they haven't been able to protect themselfs. Both wars are like the Nam. Born on lies or let alone till the enemy has another base which is stupidity. All that is served is the Military. The soldies I support to come home..

War is unhealthy for all living things.

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WASHINGTON – The chairman of the military Joint Chiefs of Staff says violence can be expected to rise in Afghanistan in the next few months as the United States increases its combat presence there.

Adm. Michael Mullen noted that 17,000 additional combat troops and 4,000 military trainers from the United States will soon be on the ground in the wartorn nation and said that ultimately they will have "the right impact."

Interviewed Tuesday on ABC's "Good Morning America," Mullen cautioned, however, that "the violence level in Afghanistan is going to go up."

But he said security for the Afghan people is what's missing right now, particularly in the southern part of the country. Mullen, who just returned from a tour of the Asian nation, said he hopes the training of Afghans to protect themselves can be stepped up significantly in the next few months.

Joint Chiefs head: Violence to rise in Afghanistan

And it should also say in Iraq too.
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