When will the USA bring the troops home from Afghanistan?
It seems like it is long over due that we bring our men home, when will we end this foolish,expensive war?
There will be no definitive end to Afghanistan just as there will never be an end in Iraq. Likely U.S. troop withdrawal in Afghan will begin late this year or in early 2011, and total recall of troops will be completed in two years. That will coordinate loosely with the 2012 elections which the Dems want to win. The Dems merely want to say "We finished what Bush started."
The U.S. dare not leave a skeletal presence in that region as it would be decimated. So once U.S. troops are withdrawn, Afghan will once again be subject to constant upset and puppet governments. It has nothing to export and no income source except for poppies (drugs). This entire adventure -- and billions of dollars -- will be for nothing. Yet, this country will no doubt fund another skirmish in the near future.
I am 100% in agreement with everything you said.
Thanks Foreignpress for your feedback
Great question !!!!
Unfortunately, I have no idea. Between Afghanistan and Iraq, their have been to many lives lost and no end in site. I can only hope that these wars wont drag on for many years to come............
Lets not forget the men and women who have returned home only to carry the scars of WAR with them for the rest of their lives.
I can't thank enough for their service to our country.......
Hi I'm from New Zealand & I wish all the best for the families that are missing there Fathers - I personally wish that they will all bring them home very soon. I will always pray Gods Protection for thoses that are over there. I feel for the families that are missing there partner.
When we attacked Iraq, we lost the war in Afghanistan. We need to bring them home from both Iraq and Afghanistan.
by BristolBoy 9 years ago
With the news that a further 8 UK service personnel have died in Afghanistan in the last 24 hours it means that deaths in this war now exceed those due to the Iraq conflict. As a result calls are increasing for the troops to be pulled out. What are your views on the matter?
by Army Infantry Mom 7 years ago
Attack on remote Afghan outposts kills 8 US troops - http://bit.ly/3iD702 Obama better get on his job, quit lally gagging around on late night talk shows and decide what hes going to do - Either A - Give McCrystal EVERYTHING he asked for,..NOW !!!!orB - Get the F*ck Out Now...
by theirishobserver. 8 years ago
Today we are told that 1,000 American solidiers have now been killed in Afghanistan - was it worth it with more deaths to come....latest (1,000) solidier killed in Road side bomb....
by MikeNV 8 years ago
I must have heard him wrong. What he meant was he was going to triple the number of troops."In December, Obama ordered 30,000 additional forces into the fight against the Taliban. Those new U.S. troops are still arriving and most are expected to be in place by summer, for a full force of...
by Ralph Deeds 8 years ago
The foreign policy establishment, for the most part including the New York Times editorial page, has called our military activities in Afghanistan a "necessary war," in contrast to our invasion of Iraq. Recently, comments about our military efforts in Afghanistan are becoming more...
by peter565 20 months ago
Why neither Obama nor Trump is asking India to send more troops for Iraq and AfghanistanIndia is a 3rd world country, but mostly due to been over populated. India's army got 1.4 million troops, 2.1 million active reserves and 1.3 million parallel military personnel. Other then US been world's most...
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