Re: Senior US Democrat calls for immediate US withdrawal from Iraq
- From: "Sayid Abu Khamr al-Murtad (Abdul-Khinzeer al-Mushrik)" <abukhamr@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: 20 Nov 2005 10:16:59 -0800
> >> the more excuses it comes up to stay, the more it would be
> >> seen as an enemy occupier---a Western imperialistic power trying to
> >> subdue Arabs.
> >I disagree. Who in the Arab world did not consider it, from the start,
> >to be a Western imperialist power trying to assert its hegemony over
> >Arabs? Who did not consider this to be a foreign occupation from the
> >start? Growing disillusionment with the U.S. invasion of Iraq is an
> >American phenomenon, not an Iraqi or Arab one. If anything, many
> >Iraqis, however angry with the occupation, have come to accept U.S.
> >presence for the time being.
> The growing disillusionment is not due to our presence in Iraq, which
> was necessary,
First, I have to strongly disagree that the war with Iraq was
> Our enemies, which include Dhimmicrats, use the deaths of our fallen
> for political purposes to sway public opinion.
I'm not exactly pro-Democrat (though I did vote Democrat in the last
election), but this above reads as nothing more than Republican
propaganda. The irony is thick when one realizes that politicians in
both of the major parties employ the death of Americans to their own
ends (one need not look any further than the politicization of 9-11 for
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