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    Sadr

    Why do we put up this a--hole. Just bulldoze the area and be done withit!


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    [QUOTE=MnJetFan;2471204]Why do we put up this a--hole. Just bulldoze the area and be done withit!


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    Because he has alot of supportfrom the Iraqis. In a fair election this fall, he will gain many seats in the government.

    BTW what makes you think hes any more of an A-hole than Maliki is?

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    Malaki was elected, Sadr is a self appointed a-hole with support from Iran!

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    [QUOTE=MnJetFan;2471331]Malaki was elected, Sadr is a self appointed a-hole with support from Iran![/QUOTE]

    Maliki was elected because Sadr threw his support to him. W/O Sadr's vote, Maliki would not have won. Dont gorget, Sadr did get alot of votes (not hm personally, his political wing) and has a stronghold on the south. With the elections coming up this fall and Sadr angry at the Maliki govt, maliki knows Sadr will sweep the south in the elections. Thats why he is trying to make Sadr look weak/bad with these BS raids. Unfortunately this is backfiring on the Maliki govt as Sadr looks stronger than ever in the south.

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    Again, why the love for Maliki??
    Both Maliki and Sadr are supporters of Iran and both have strong ties to Iran (actually Maliki has stronger ties).

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    [QUOTE=kennyo7;2471762]Again, why the love for Maliki??
    Both Maliki and Sadr are supporters of Iran and both have strong ties to Iran (actually Maliki has stronger ties).[/QUOTE]

    How does Malika have STRONGER ties to Iran then Sadr?

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    [QUOTE=JerseyJet2007;2471777]How does Malika have STRONGER ties to Iran then Sadr?[/QUOTE]

    I suggest you read abut Maliki's DAWA Party. Then read about who the SCIRI is and who trained the BADR Corps , both of who are supported and work for Maliki.

    BTW did you see the reception Maliki had for Ahmedinejad? He rolled out the red carpet and greeted him with open arms. He called him a "friend" and Iran a "great ally" . Ahmedinejad announced his visit weeks in advanced while our officials have to visit in secret or risk being assasinated.

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    [QUOTE=kennyo7;2471787]I suggest you read abut Maliki's DAWA Party. Then read about who the SCIRI is and who trained the BADR Corps , both of who are supported and work for Maliki.

    BTW did you see the reception Maliki had for Ahmedinejad? He rolled out the red carpet and greeted him with open arms. He called him a "friend" and Iran a "great ally" . Ahmedinejad announced his visit weeks in advanced while our officials have to visit in secret or risk being assasinated.[/QUOTE]

    NO Kenny I agree. I know Malika has ties to Iran. But to say they are stronger then someone who gets weapons and training from Iran is a little much.

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    [QUOTE=JerseyJet2007;2471791]NO Kenny I agree. I know Malika has ties to Iran. But to say they are stronger then someone who gets weapons and training from Iran is a little much.[/QUOTE]

    Sadr actually has had a rift with Iran and recently there are many in Iran's govt who dont support Sadr and prefer Maliki over him. In addition Sadr always talked about maintining an Iraqi identity seperate from Iran. He did not flee to Iran under Saddams rein as did Maliki. His ties to Tehran are not as strong as Maliki's

    BTW Maliki also is getting weapons from Iran. Dont kid yourself.

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    [QUOTE=kennyo7;2471801]Sadr actually has had a rift with Iran and recently there are many in Iran's govt who dont support Sadr and prefer Maliki over him. In addition Sadr always talked about maintining an Iraqi identity seperate from Iran. He did not flee to Iran under Saddams rein as did Maliki. His ties to Tehran are not as strong as Maliki's

    BTW Maliki also is getting weapons from Iran. Dont kid yourself.[/QUOTE]

    BTW.. I meant weapons that weren't used to kill our Servicemen.

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    [QUOTE=JerseyJet2007;2471805]BTW.. I meant weapons that weren't used to kill our Servicemen.[/QUOTE]

    ....yet.

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    [QUOTE=kennyo7;2471814]....yet.[/QUOTE]

    What are you implying? That the weapons Maliki gets are used to kill them anyway? I'm sure that's the case once and a while, but to compare that to someone who's militia gets armed by Iran to do battle with the USA, is a little crazy Kenny.

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    [QUOTE=MnJetFan;2471204]Why do we put up this a--hole. Just bulldoze the area and be done withit!
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    Because...without him, no insurgents. Without insurgents, no reason to stay in Iraqistan. No reason to stay in Iraqistan, no reason to spend 14 million dollars an hour on "rebuilding".

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    [QUOTE=PlumberKhan;2471827]Because...without him, no insurgents. Without insurgents, no reason to stay in Iraqistan. No reason to stay in Iraqistan, no reason to spend 14 million dollars an hour on "rebuilding".[/QUOTE]

    So now we're using Sadr to stay in Iraq? Because Bush wants to kill people for oil, makes total sense. And your a fool if you think insurgents wouldn;t be there if we killed Sadr.

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    [QUOTE=JerseyJet2007;2471826]What are you implying? That the weapons Maliki gets are used to kill them anyway? I'm sure that's the case once and a while, but to compare that to someone who's militia gets armed by Iran to do battle with the USA, is a little crazy Kenny.[/QUOTE]

    The Madhi Army isnt being armed to do battle with the USA. They are not stupid, they know they are no match for the USA. But they do have other agenda. To get into power.

    BTW , why is Iran arming militias friendly to Maliki such as the Badr Corps? Are they also aiming to fight the USA???

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    [QUOTE=MnJetFan;2471204]Why do we put up this a--hole. Just bulldoze the area and be done withit!


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    sounds like a brilliant plan! Did CurtisMartin 28 help you formulate it after sharing a black powder shake with you? How many times did he tell you about his 138 IQ?

    also sounds like you would have no problem getting a job in Bush's administration if you wanted one

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    [QUOTE=JerseyJet2007;2471836]So now we're using Sadr to stay in Iraq? Because Bush wants to kill people for oil, makes total sense. And your a fool if you think insurgents wouldn;t be there if we killed Sadr.[/QUOTE]

    No. We're not USING Sadr to stay in Iraq...but any unrest the dude causes is a great excuse for lazy Iraqis not to meet the benchmarks we set for them last(deja vu) year.

    Bush wants to kill people for oil? Nah...oil is last centuries excuse to go to war. Get with the program.

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    [QUOTE=PlumberKhan;2472124]Bush wants to kill people for oil? Nah...oil is last centuries excuse to go to war. Get with the program.[/QUOTE]

    Well, no. It remains this century's as well. And will ony get worse as it continues to run out.

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