Sunday, November 9, 2008

Attacks in Pakistan

President-elect Obama will place the U.S. on the strategic defensive. Since September, nearly 20 attacks have been made by U.S. forces inside Pakistan. (Like the one executed Thursday) During the Obama administration, I would expect this number to not only drop significantly, but to cease altogether. This should help stop the killing of civilians, although not as many of our enemies will be meeting Allah. I cannot see how this will speed up the end of the war, except on someone else’s terms.


  1. Joe

    Thanks for commenting on World Threats. Would you be interested in a reciprocal link to both World Threats and my blog,

    Matt Avitabile

    PS- Like your blog.

  2. Facts and history tell us that Ronald Reagan was responsible for training and organizing the Taliban; then, the US walked out on them after the Soviets left the country. Now, America has waged war against its own produce. We didn't support them then, and we didn't support them now. At the end of it all, our innocent are struggling and being killed, by your troops.

    And why was Iraq attacked? There were no mass weapons there. Quite obnoxiously, many Americans believe Saddam was Al-Qaeda. Please write a post to correct that perception. Thanks.