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I always love when non US citizens have input on how/where we should be sacrificing our well trained soldiers... then condemn them for doing an outstanding job while they are out there doing it

Mexico would be a 2 month project for US troops if let of their leash... First there is no loyalty amongst those cartel screwballs and the only bond between them besides petty cash is the threat of being killed like a gutter rat.

US troops are born and bred to defend the colors of our flag... Red for the blood of past soldiers defending our freedom, White for the purity of our freedom and belief that all men were created equaly,
and Blue for vigilance and justice.

and not to sound arogante about my post yes we should be in Mexico not to fix that mess, but to show those poeple responcible for killing of innocents on this side of the border that it will not be tollerated... bottom line.

Please save me the "Americans are the ones craving drugs", and all that crap cause drugs are never worth someones life period!.
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I wasn't aware that I'm not free to express my opinion: anyway, for YOUR information, the war in iraq has NOTHING to do with freedom, and it was even illegal since it was based on fake reports on the alleged existence of WMD, (even according to Kofi Annan, the then CHIEF of UN http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/3661134.stm), and claims of links between Saddam, Al Qaeda and 9/11 that turned out to be BS. Basically, we (because my country is part of that coalition) killed 110,000 + civilians for NO REASONS and have lost our soldiers for the same reasons.

The war on Afghanistan looked to be a little bit more explainable, at first. But SADLY,

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Opium production in Afghanistan has been on the rise since U.S. occupation started in 2001. Based on UNODC data, there has been more opium poppy cultivation in each of the past four growing seasons (2004–2007) than in any one year during Taliban rule
Wow, now that's what you call a win!
Where is my part, now? Cheaper heroine for everybody is a GREAT achievement, I admit it.
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I wasn't aware that I'm not free to express my opinion: anyway, for YOUR information, the war in iraq has NOTHING to do with freedom, and it was even illegal since it was based on fake reports on the alleged existence of WMD, (even according to Kofi Annan, the then CHIEF of UN http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/3661134.stm), and claims of links between Saddam, Al Qaeda and 9/11 that turned out to be BS. Basically, we (because my country is part of that coalition) killed 110,000 + civilians for NO REASONS and have lost our soldiers for the same reasons.

The war on Afghanistan looked to be a little bit more explainable, at first. But SADLY,


Wow, now that's what you call a win!
Where is my part, now? Cheaper heroine for everybody is a GREAT achievement, I admit it.
Did U read my post... as easy as it is to Google some legitamate, non-legitimate statistics to balance or negate your stance (I do respect your opinion) however, I don't care about the Iraq/Afghanistan conflicts by the numbers as these are blanket type arguements. I don't care about some half hazard claims of the chief of the UN thats for sure.

My post reflects the passion of some US citizens in regards to non-US citizens (their opinions) on whats best for our armed forces and how the US handles it's policies on settling global conflicts. (thats not our job unless u mess with the US)

In any event as it happend in the Iraq/Afghan conflicts, people where highly motivated to bring some justice to those who lost loved ones in the attack (REMEMBER) on 9-11. The decision to use military force for whatever reasons in those said countries in my eyes (a U.S. citizen) was/is a win ... 10 years and no deaths here due to some claiming war on the great devil...humm... freaks.

If you did thoroughly read my post I said I agreed with you on the topic of MEXICO... just not on your logic for action mine was a... how should I say, more selfish, I did not care so much for their welfare as much as my fellow Americans including our patriots (soldiers in all branches)and the fine job they do everyday.

@ gatagato I have always liked your post and do not begrudge you what-so-ever.
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Thanks for your post, i really appreciated it:
In my previous post I forgot to tell you that my respect for us flag is sincere, and that I've felt incredibly sad on 9/11: it has been one of the worst days of my life. Trust me. Not for the govt, but for the people. I will never forget the moment a reporter said that there was a huge line of people donating anything: blood, money, there was even a little girl trying to give her sandwich to anybody who could possibly need it. Or could i ever forget all those firefighters deliberately giving away their lives? How many were them? 300? More, they were more. Most of them were aware that they were going to die, in order to try to save some unknown people's lives. Or the jumpers, killing themselves just to escape an even worse end... Only a man made of SHIT could not feel bad after seeing that.
But the fact that you are pissed off on some unknown enemy (NOT that unknown since hewas built by CIA) , doesn't legitimate you to use randomly deadly force towards the first country that comes to mind:
the reaction of the common people had shown that you can bomb,but not beat the us people, all the rest is a wasteoftime unless you are doing it for some DIFFERENT reasons.
Kofi Annan was the chief of UN at the time.
If you state that you don't give a shit to what he said about a matter that should be handled ONLY by UN, then i should think that you have no respect for the other countries :( (Honestly, this is not what i think about you). All i can tell you is that THIS facet of US is the less one loved worldwide, and that mexicans cartels are extremely powerful, totally out of control and that the death toll of this mexican mess is almost equal(40,000 more or less) to the one of the war on Iraq during the last 5 years, the difference is that Iraq is far away, Mexico is not.
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i don't know who of them i have to thank, but at least one of those saved my ass and the future of my country. How could i hate a country that saved my ass?


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Did U read my post... as easy as it is to Google some legitamate, non-legitimate statistics to balance or negate your stance (I do respect your opinion) however, I don't care about the Iraq/Afghanistan conflicts by the numbers as these are blanket type arguements. I don't care about some half hazard claims of the chief of the UN thats for sure.

My post reflects the passion of some US citizens in regards to non-US citizens (their opinions) on whats best for our armed forces and how the US handles it's policies on settling global conflicts. (thats not our job unless u mess with the US)

In any event as it happend in the Iraq/Afghan conflicts, people where highly motivated to bring some justice to those who lost loved ones in the attack (REMEMBER) on 9-11. The decision to use military force for whatever reasons in those said countries in my eyes (a U.S. citizen) was/is a win ... 10 years and no deaths here due to some claiming war on the great devil...humm... freaks.

If you did thoroughly read my post I said I agreed with you on the topic of MEXICO... just not on your logic for action mine was a... how should I say, more selfish, I did not care so much for their welfare as much as my fellow Americans including our patriots (soldiers in all branches)and the fine job they do everyday.

@ gatagato I have always liked your post and do not begrudge you what-so-ever.
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