Taliban stronger, instead of weaker?

It’s been a rough week for the cheerleaders of the Afghan mission.

Besides several different incidents of Aghan men killing US and NATO troops while wearing a police uniform, you’ve got this story from a week ago: Congress’ intel leaders: Taliban stronger.

Oops, that goes against the BS being pushed by those in charge. See here, and here. (Reminder: At least some officers are beginning to more urgently — and openly — speak the truth.)

My view remains unchanged: Let’s get out of Afghanistan, like now.

So, what do you think?

Stan R. Mitchell

Oak Ridge, Tenn.

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  1. Pingback: Marine Watch: A blog on American foreign policy. | An archive of posts about Afghanistan from the past year

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