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Obama said he would pull US troops from the middle east. I guess that didn't mean they would actually be coming back to America....
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Can't say I blame them, when a coked up 11 year old decides to pick up an AK half his weight and pull the trigger spraying rounds all over the goddamn place, you really can't put more real emphasis to the expression ''loose cannon''.
#5
Has Obama fallen for the Uganda bank manager scam and he's sending people to pick up the money? Silly Obama.
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#6
“Although the U.S. forces are combat-equipped, they will only be providing information, advice and assistance to partner nation forces, and they will not themselves engage LRA forces unless necessary for self-defense,” the letter says

Only 100 troops, I'm not too upset by this.
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Obama said he would pull US troops from the middle east. I guess that didn't mean they would actually be coming back to America....


The flight's cheaper if they have a stop-over.
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Only 100 troops, I'm not too upset by this.


1 or 100, doesn't matter to me. It's still too many. I want our friends and family back home.
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#9
About goddam time. This is the most legitimate use of our arm forces in god knows how long.
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1 or 100, doesn't matter to me. It's still too many. I want our friends and family back home.

I agree, which is why I'm not pleased. Just not too upset.
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#11
Relax guys, he's Nigerian. He knows how to deal with these situations

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1 or 100, doesn't matter to me. It's still too many. I want our friends and family back home.

We have troops in many many countries around the world and they signed up to be in the military voluntarily. Travel should be expected.
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#14
Obama's a freakin bad ass and Republicans talk about how much of pussys Liberals are.


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About goddam time. This is the most legitimate use of our arm forces in god knows how long.


+1

This beat's Rick Perry's idea of sending the troops to Mexico
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We have troops in many many countries around the world and they signed up to be in the military voluntarily. Travel should be expected.


Collectively they've been through so much, I just think it's time for the troops to come home and have some down time. But I understand it's their job.
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#18
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100 today, 10,000 tomorrow, 100,000 at the end of the month. You know how it goes.


Hopefully not, I'm not quite sure what to make of this move...but in my opinion I'm getting kind of sick of the US playing Big Brother to every nation in the world.
#19
Well after reading that article, I approve.

Although I donno much about the current situations in Uganda outside of this article.

^^People joined the armed forces all the time, for all we know the SF troops sent there can be fresh outta training and off to Uganda. I do understand what you're getting at though
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Hopefully not, I'm not quite sure what to make of this move...but in my opinion I'm getting kind of sick of the US playing Big Brother to every nation in the world.


I understand this setiment. I'm not wholly informed on this situation, but there is another thing to be considered... the US keeps playing Big Brother, sure. But there's more than 2 Brothers in this world... why don't any of the "good" Brother's stand up
against the dark & twisted Brother's? America is always getting the shit end of the stick for doing something about almost any given situation, but not many other countries are standing up to anything.

Yes, the US probably has more important things to worry about; the future of it's own citizens for example... but you know what? If we pulled everyone home & didn't give a damn about what happens to the rest of the world, then we'd never hear the end of how fat, lazy & selfish we are because we never help anyone. So really, it's a "damned if ya do, damned if ya don't" kinda situation.

Seems like most of the other countries are more worried about criticizing what we're doing than actually doing something. Just because another country doesn't belive what we're doing is the right thing doesn't exempt them from having to do the right thing for themselves. If ya got a better idea, let's see it. Don't just stand there criticizing the actions of the only person willing to take action
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Geez. I hope he doesn't make them EAT DA POOPOO
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Hopefully not, I'm not quite sure what to make of this move...but in my opinion I'm getting kind of sick of the US playing Big Brother to every nation in the world.

These people aren't fighting a revolution against an oppressive regime. They aren't fighting for social equality. They aren't engaged in a war to right a wrong or impose justice on an unjust ruler. These people are engaged mainly in a slave trade. It's multi- national in scope. And well funded by Eastern Europeans and wealthy Arabs. Who else is going to do something?
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#23
Hopefully Kony is dead within a fortnight. The man is very evil.
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Geez. I hope he doesn't make them EAT DA POOPOO

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#25
I don't understand the argument against America co-operating with other countries to take out an organisation as disgusting as this one. Is anti-Americanism really that strong?
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#26
Well im glad this is happening, in my high school there was a certian group called Invisible Children (invisiblechildren.com) its a group of young americans doing what they can to help the people, mainly kids and teens there. check out there story pretty dramatic especially knowing one of them got there life taking away on a trip there trying to do the right thing. im not advertising just saying its prettty neat that all there efforts are finally getting attention and good luck to the troops there
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#28
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Has Obama fallen for the Uganda bank manager scam and he's sending people to pick up the money? Silly Obama.

This just in: Obama sending troops to visit a Nigerian prince on 'business matters'.
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Well im glad this is happening, in my high school there was a certian group called Invisible Children (invisiblechildren.com) its a group of young americans doing what they can to help the people, mainly kids and teens there. check out there story pretty dramatic especially knowing one of them got there life taking away on a trip there trying to do the right thing. im not advertising just saying its prettty neat that all there efforts are finally getting attention and good luck to the troops there

Same thing happened in my high school.
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#30
My high school did Invisible Children too, it's a pretty large campaign.
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#31
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By sending emails claiming to be a trust fund and asking for Ugandan bank details?
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#32
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I don't understand the argument against America co-operating with other countries to take out an organisation as disgusting as this one. Is anti-Americanism really that strong?


I agree, this won't even risk any American lives as the soldiers are only there to offer advice, assistance, and information. They won't even be enganging LRA forces for anything other than self-defense.

It's just like Libya, everyone criticized Barack Obama for that yet not a single American died because he only used Americas Air force, and just look at how successful he was there!
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I agree, this won't even risk any American lives as the soldiers are only there to offer advice, assistance, and information. They won't even be enganging LRA forces for anything other than self-defense.

It's just like Libya, everyone criticized Barack Obama for that yet not a single American died because he only used Americas Air force, and just look at how successful he was there!

You've been critical of the president in the past...not sure if sarcasm.
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#34
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I understand this setiment. I'm not wholly informed on this situation, but there is another thing to be considered... the US keeps playing Big Brother, sure. But there's more than 2 Brothers in this world... why don't any of the "good" Brother's stand up
against the dark & twisted Brother's? America is always getting the shit end of the stick for doing something about almost any given situation, but not many other countries are standing up to anything.

Yes, the US probably has more important things to worry about; the future of it's own citizens for example... but you know what? If we pulled everyone home & didn't give a damn about what happens to the rest of the world, then we'd never hear the end of how fat, lazy & selfish we are because we never help anyone. So really, it's a "damned if ya do, damned if ya don't" kinda situation.

Seems like most of the other countries are more worried about criticizing what we're doing than actually doing something. Just because another country doesn't belive what we're doing is the right thing doesn't exempt them from having to do the right thing for themselves. If ya got a better idea, let's see it. Don't just stand there criticizing the actions of the only person willing to take action

If you did stop military action around the world and instead focused on you domestic problems, most of the world would breathe a sigh of relief. I'm sure most of America would be happy if your military budget was spent on closing the income gap, ending poverty (in your own country,) education, infrastructure, etc. I think, maybe that many the countries you're occupying would benefit most from your absence.

As somebody not from America, nor any of the countries it's policing, I would applaud you if you sent all your troops home and dealt with your domestic problems.
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#35
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You've been critical of the president in the past...not sure if sarcasm.


Wow really, you think being critical of a person on one thing makes you critical of that person on all things.
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If you did stop military action around the world and instead focused on you domestic problems, most of the world would breathe a sigh of relief. I'm sure most of America would be happy if your military budget was spent on closing the income gap, ending poverty (in your own country,) education, infrastructure, etc. I think, maybe that many the countries you're occupying would benefit most from your absence.

As somebody not from America, nor any of the countries it's policing, I would applaud you if you sent all your troops home and dealt with your domestic problems.


This is exactly what I feel. Most other countries are more pissed at us having us help them rather than not. I'm surprised some leaders haven't just flat out told us "Fvck off, we can handle our own problems."
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Wow really, you think being critical of a person on one thing makes you critical of that person on all things.

That's why I asked dude, no need to be snotty. But I do agree with what you said, I'm not one for military action but I do think that the way he approached Libya was the right thing to do and that they will be better off for it in the end. I think the same will happen in this situation. I like how he handled the Egypt crisis as well.
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