Schwarzkophf on Iraq “dinosaur in tar pit” mirrors US in Middle East. I never backed the US led invasion into Kuwait. Add to that the removal of Saddam Hussein. The US has no biz in the nation building or removing industry. Yet in the Foreign policy avenues of DC, such “getting involved” is the order of the day; howbeit secretly.
The one phrase this article uses is Schwarzkophf saying of the US invading Iraq and winding up staying there would be like a “dinosaur in a tar pit”! Good analogy, the US dinosaur is still in the ever expanding Tar pit of Iraq, now Syria, and Libya. Obama who said he would get out of both Afghanistan and Iraq permanently now has more invovlement in both country’s, not to mention the trifecta of “Libya, Syria, and Iraq”!
What a mess! Now the words of this General are haunting us everywhere; they are true!
WIBR/WARN Commentary on Schwarzkophf on Iraq “dinosaur in a tar pit” mirrors US in Middle East
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Now read this;
Schwarzkophf on Iraq “dinosaur in tar pit” mirrors US in Middle East
AP — The 1991 Gulf War saw only 100 hours of ground fighting as U.S. forces entered Kuwait to end the Iraqi occupation, but echoes of that conflict have lingered for decades in the Middle East. The war pushed America into opening military bases in the Persian Gulf and Saudi Arabia, drawing the anger of an…