Leav­ing Iraq

The Washington Times Weekly - - Letters To The Editor - Leon A. Pren­tice Ridge­field, Wash­ing­ton

The war in Iraq has been won. How­ever, the ob­vi­ous is hard to see. Our troops in Iraq need to be moved but not home. The en­emy con­tin­ues to ex­ist and would like noth­ing bet­ter to have them out of the Iraq area.

Yes, there re­mains the same en­emy. It is my opin­ion, that we should now ad­vance to stage two of this bat­tle. All wars are not won with only one bat­tle. Our troops should be ad­vanced into Iran and the sec­ond phase of this bat­tle. By pro­gress­ing in this fash­ion, it would free the new demo­cratic gov­ern­ment of Iraq to progress in an or­derly fash­ion.

Our troops would leave Iraq and so would the ter­ror­ists. It is true the war would not end soon, but Amer­ica and Iraq would not have lost the war. This war should not be lost. We should at­tack where it is nec­es­sary.

We can’t give up, there is yet a job to be done. We have the ca­pa­bil­ity and stamina to see this war through to a proper end­ing.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from USA

© PressReader. All rights reserved.