Sunday, August 21, 2005

Strategy in Iraq

This (via Drudge) seems to be a good message to send to the terrorists who are trying to derail the democratic progress in Iraq.
The Army is planning for the possibility of keeping the current number of soldiers in Iraq _ well over 100,000 _ for four more years, the Army's top general said Saturday.
In an Associated Press interview, Gen. Peter Schoomaker said the Army is prepared for the "worst case" in terms of the required level of troops in Iraq. He said the number could be adjusted lower if called for by slowing the force rotation or by shortening tours for soldiers.
For anybody who cares about the fate of Iraq, this column is absolutely essential reading. It really gives a breathtaking view of all the positive things that are happening and that people in America and Europe are simply not told about.

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