Tuesday, September 12, 2006

I concur...

The man makes the point that it would be a mistake:

"...to think that if we pulled out [of Iraq], the terrorists would leave us alone."
To think that would be naïve. Seriously.


The below is an excerpt from a comment on The Moderate Voice regarding the effects of a complete withdrawal from Iraq.
"...[the Iraq War "planners"] underestimated the level of civil strife that would break out, though, which really is criminal given the known history of the Iraqi provinces and competing factions.

So, leaving now means Iraq decends into temporary chaos and anarchy, and almost assuradely ends up as another Iran controlled or influenced state..."

1 comment:

Carl Nyberg said...

The argument is a logical fallacy.

Opponents of Bush's Iraq policy don't have to prove things will be perfect if the U.S. military withdraws.

Things only need to get better.

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