Strange ad­vice

The Washington Times Weekly - - Letters To The Editor - Leo Kuschnereit Mid­west City, Oklahoma

Gra­cious me, we are now told that we need to en­gage the Ira­ni­ans and Syr­i­ans in help­ing us to bring peace in Iraq. I read e-mails and blogs from Amer­i­can sol­diers in Iraq reg­u­larly. Th­ese are men and women of all ranks in­volved with the Iraqi peo­ple on a daily ba­sis. As a whole, they truly like the reg­u­lar peo­ple there and want to work to bring free­do­mand­peace­tothe­coun­try­ofIraq.Tremen­dous progress is be­ing made. The lead­ers of the Demo­crat party and the lib­eral me­dia have con­trib­uted more than any­thing else to en­cour­ag­ing the in­sur­gents who are con­trolled by Iran and Syria. Amer­i­can sol­diers have died and bled be­cause of them.

Now the pompous com­mis­sion of peo­ple who know noth­ing about the on-the-ground work at the com­pany level are giv­ing pol­icy ad­vice. I will bet you they never talked to any of our ded­i­cated mil­i­tary troops be­low the rank of at least one star. Most of them have never been to Iraq.

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