Editor's Note: We heard from many of you about the war in Afghanistan and whether or not the US should send more troops to the region. Many of you wrote in to say that you think the U.S. should pull out. What do you think? Is there anything else you'd like us to know?
Don't send more troops anywhere! Get us out of Iraq immediately too. Take care of our own country now!
No one should give the killer the honor of referring to him by his rank of major. He is nothing but a mass murderer.
I believe that we should not commit anymore troops to Afghanistan. My Son has been there since July he was in an IED explosion in his Stryker in August. Several of men were killed at that time, my Son was one of the lucky ones. He was in a second IED explosion October 21 also there was causalities then again. He suffered Traumatic Brain Injury, (TBI) Low back injury possible eye damage, He was finally Medivaced to Germany, November 8th. This more the norm, we are losing far too many Soldiers. We need to get out NOW. Sending more Troops would be a travesty. This is my Son's Third deployment.
Positively get out of Afghanistan – as I wrote the white house, they are laying us away, body, mind and spirit. Besides they could have plenty to do here. And I really think the commanders are worried about their livelihood. They can be put on the borders – with commanders in charge. They could help with illegal aliens. They could help rebuild New Orleans. So much to do that is constructive. We can have a discussion on it. So much I know this is right.
Regarding Afghanistan...I think we should get out NOW..this is a country where citizens blow up other citizens..barbaric..no more tax $ spent there
Bravo to President Obama for not committing more of our men and women to fight in Afghanistan. Let the Afghan government demonstrate the resolve to improve their own country! Bring our troops home now!
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