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Remember the Liberators - This week the nation marked the fifth anniversary of our presence in Iraq. It is past time to remember the liberators. Now at the end of their third tour they are preparing to leave: the 1st "Raider" Brigade, 3rd Infantry Division deployed to Al Anbar province 15 months ago as an element of the "surge" force. Its commander, Col. John W. Charlton, is responsible not only for his Army units, but also for Navy, Marine and Air Force personnel operating with them. His area of operations -- AO Topeka -- covers 8,900 sq. miles.
From NeoCon

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danomil Wrote the following on 03/22/2008 2:52 PM :
Tell that to the 60,000 to 600,000 dead civilian Iraqis. The liberators won't even count their civilian dead, they are so worthless, they are not worth counting. To the 4,000 American dead troops, they are so valuable, we count every last one. To the 2 Million refugees from Iraq, fleeing the great and wonderful life of prosperity and abundance that the liberators have given them! And all those Iraqis that get only 8 hours of electric per day. Yes, you are liberated from a tyrant that gave you a better life than you have now, 5 years after your liberation. Yes, tell this to them, NeoCon!


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