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The W-Word 

From WaPo, The W-word is starting to pop up all around Washington. You bet. Withdraw our forces and cut our loses. I would encourage you to scroll down and read the article I posted in its entirety from The American Conservative.

By Christopher Layne

The administration’s Iraq policy is in shambles. Iraq has become a geopolitical humpty-dumpty that America cannot put back together, and the time has come for the United States to withdraw.

We now face a full-blown uprising against the occupation of Iraq. Events plainly belie the administration’s spin that order will soon be restored and that the revolt is just the work of a few Iraqi extremists and a handful of terrorists from other Middle Eastern states…


…Where does U.S. policy go from here? There are three options: internationalizing the occupation, increasing U.S. troop strength and cracking down hard on the insurgency, or withdrawal.



American Conservative Piece Is A Must Read

His point? It’s too messy for anyone, even Kerry to expect to get involved. Even if we decoupled our financial gains from oil sales, we would be hard pressed to find people who actually want to spend billions or lose soldiers there.

Increasing US troop strength will give the insurgents more opportunities to kill Americans and play us like a violin- driving wedges in between the occupation and the population. A reminder, that over the weekend, 11 GIs died.

Events in Fallujah have also conveyed another impression: The administration is increasingly reluctant to fight the people it defines as the bad guys in Iraq. This reluctance is perfectly understandable. No one wants more American casualties. And no one doubts that more violence in Iraq may alienate more of the Iraqi population. But this reluctance can also appear both to Iraqis and to the American public as a sign of declining will. Among the many lessons of Vietnam is that American support for that war remained remarkably steady, despite high American casualties, until Americans began to sense that their government was no longer committed to what had been defined as victory and was looking for a way out. If Americans see signs of wavering by the Bush administration -- and Fallujah may be one of those signs -- support for the war could decline sharply.

from

http://ambidexterity.blogspot.com/ 


Sunday, May 02, 2004

The torture story:

Intel Dump has a very good post on the subject. He was a former MP and has a unique perspective.


Was today the day things changed?

It sure feel like it. The impact of those pictures taken in the Iraqi prison, the withdrawal from Fallujah, bringing back a top Republican Guard general, another shipment of tanks rushed to the theater, proper troop levels in dispute, lingering resentment in the Middle East over Bush's embrace of Sharon's plan, some members of the Coalition now less "willing", charging opponents of the war as racist or anti-Semitic, general confusion as to who is in control over what in Iraq, a sharp increase of troop fatalities, private contractors misbehaving, Ahmed Chalibi still getting money for his services, the Deputy Secretary of Defense doesn't know now many have died, time (now a vital commodity) lost due to the Provisional Authority squandering months of opportunity, and so on.

The smell of "we can't win" is pretty strong right now.

Question: Is anybody in control?

If this mission is as important as Bush said it is (defeating evil-doers) then why hasn't there been somebody "on top of the situation"? It sure isn't the president.


Remember this? (our post of 6 October 2003)

"This puts accountability right into the White House," a senior administration official said:

White House announces reorganization to deal with Iraq and Afghanistan (according to story in the New York Times). Here's a snapshot.

NOTE: We were reminded of this item in a comment by Dick Durata in Matthew Yglesias' post: Wrongest...Column...Ever


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Monday, May 03, 2004

The W-Word 

From WaPo, The W-word is starting to pop up all around Washington. You bet. Withdraw our forces and cut our loses. I would encourage you to scroll down and read the article I posted in its entirety from The American Conservative.

By Christopher Layne

The administration’s Iraq policy is in shambles. Iraq has become a geopolitical humpty-dumpty that America cannot put back together, and the time has come for the United States to withdraw.

We now face a full-blown uprising against the occupation of Iraq. Events plainly belie the administration’s spin that order will soon be restored and that the revolt is just the work of a few Iraqi extremists and a handful of terrorists from other Middle Eastern states…


…Where does U.S. policy go from here? There are three options: internationalizing the occupation, increasing U.S. troop strength and cracking down hard on the insurgency, or withdrawal.



American Conservative Piece Is A Must Read

His point? It’s too messy for anyone, even Kerry to expect to get involved. Even if we decoupled our financial gains from oil sales, we would be hard pressed to find people who actually want to spend billions or lose soldiers there.

Increasing US troop strength will give the insurgents more opportunities to kill Americans and play us like a violin- driving wedges in between the occupation and the population. A reminder, that over the weekend, 11 GIs died.

Events in Fallujah have also conveyed another impression: The administration is increasingly reluctant to fight the people it defines as the bad guys in Iraq. This reluctance is perfectly understandable. No one wants more American casualties. And no one doubts that more violence in Iraq may alienate more of the Iraqi population. But this reluctance can also appear both to Iraqis and to the American public as a sign of declining will. Among the many lessons of Vietnam is that American support for that war remained remarkably steady, despite high American casualties, until Americans began to sense that their government was no longer committed to what had been defined as victory and was looking for a way out. If Americans see signs of wavering by the Bush administration -- and Fallujah may be one of those signs -- support for the war could decline sharply.

from

http://ambidexterity.blogspot.com/ 


Sunday, May 02, 2004

The torture story:

Intel Dump has a very good post on the subject. He was a former MP and has a unique perspective.


Was today the day things changed?

It sure feel like it. The impact of those pictures taken in the Iraqi prison, the withdrawal from Fallujah, bringing back a top Republican Guard general, another shipment of tanks rushed to the theater, proper troop levels in dispute, lingering resentment in the Middle East over Bush's embrace of Sharon's plan, some members of the Coalition now less "willing", charging opponents of the war as racist or anti-Semitic, general confusion as to who is in control over what in Iraq, a sharp increase of troop fatalities, private contractors misbehaving, Ahmed Chalibi still getting money for his services, the Deputy Secretary of Defense doesn't know now many have died, time (now a vital commodity) lost due to the Provisional Authority squandering months of opportunity, and so on.

The smell of "we can't win" is pretty strong right now.

Question: Is anybody in control?

If this mission is as important as Bush said it is (defeating evil-doers) then why hasn't there been somebody "on top of the situation"? It sure isn't the president.


Remember this? (our post of 6 October 2003)

"This puts accountability right into the White House," a senior administration official said:

White House announces reorganization to deal with Iraq and Afghanistan (according to story in the New York Times). Here's a snapshot.

NOTE: We were reminded of this item in a comment by Dick Durata in Matthew Yglesias' post: Wrongest...Column...Ever


from http://uggabugga.blogspot.com/ 

 

 

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