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Front Page: Thousands of Troops Quietly Sent to Afghanistan

  • Peace activists are not happy to know that President Obama has quietly sent 34,000 additional troops to Afghanistan. That's 13,000 more than he said would go in March. — Washington Post
  • Governor Schwarzenegger has signed tough antipaparazzi legislation into law in California. — AP
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cirrus1701 cirrus1701 7 years
Even the local warlords are saying that we need to either butch up or go home.
nyaradzom2001 nyaradzom2001 7 years
It'll be 10 years in Afghanistan soon at this rate and what has really been achieved? women are still chattels, it's still dangerous there, terrorists still abound and elections are still not free and fair. Le me know when it's actually won.
hypnoticmix hypnoticmix 7 years
LOL *hoping not hopping.
hypnoticmix hypnoticmix 7 years
LOL *hoping not hopping.
hypnoticmix hypnoticmix 7 years
I realize War is certainly not conducive to peace however most of us agreed long ago even before the presidential campaign began that the Afghanistan War was the legitimate War and where we needed to focus our troops. The President is incrementally drawing down our troops in Iraq as the situation allows it self so IMO we're moving in the right direction over all. I'm all for any law that makes a Paparazzi's job more civilized. Making it easier to sue outlets who use very intrusive photos is a start but I was hopping for a law that says that have to stand back at least 10ft from their subject at all times. Madoff in a brawl now that's hilarious.
hypnoticmix hypnoticmix 7 years
I realize War is certainly not conducive to peace however most of us agreed long ago even before the presidential campaign began that the Afghanistan War was the legitimate War and where we needed to focus our troops. The President is incrementally drawing down our troops in Iraq as the situation allows it self so IMO we're moving in the right direction over all. I'm all for any law that makes a Paparazzi's job more civilized. Making it easier to sue outlets who use very intrusive photos is a start but I was hopping for a law that says that have to stand back at least 10ft from their subject at all times. Madoff in a brawl now that's hilarious.
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