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Obama Admin sends forces to Jordan
by jcrew6
October 11, 2012 at 12:53 AM
http://news.yahoo.com/panetta-us-sends-forces-jordan-131927741.html

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  • BigRoni
    by BigRoni
    October 14, 2012 at 11:59 PM


    Quoting pj2becca21:

    How many other places has the ding dong sent troops? 

    Quoting BigRoni:


    Quoting pj2becca21:

    Oh look is this going to be war 6 that Obummer has gotten involed in 

    What were the other 5?


    ninjaSo... You're one of those. Don't make statements like that, get questioned and then expect the other person to validate your so-called truths... If you can't name the 5 wars that you say President Obama has gotten our troops involved in... sweetie I believe that would make YOU the ding dong... 

  • pj2becca21
    October 15, 2012 at 12:38 AM

    War on Terrorism (2001–present)

    The War on Terrorism is a global effort by the governments of several countries (primarily the United States and its principal allies) to neutralize international terrorist groups (primarily radical Islamist terrorist groups, including al-Qaeda) and ensure that rogue nations no longer support terrorist activities. It has been adopted as a response to the September 11, 2001 attacks on the United States.

    [edit]Afghanistan

    Ten horses with riders on the side of a hill
    Special Forces soldiers onhorseback in November 2001

    The intervention in Afghanistan (Operation Enduring Freedom – Afghanistan) to depose that country's Taliban government and destroy training camps associated with al-Qaida is understood to have been the opening, and in many ways defining, campaign of the broader War on Terrorism. The emphasis on Special Operations Forces (SOF), political negotiation with autonomous military units, and the use of proxy militaries marked a significant change from prior U.S. military approaches.[67]

    [edit]Philippines

    In January 2002, the U.S. sent more than 1,200 troops (later raised to 2,000) to assist the Armed Forces of the Philippines in combating terrorist groups linked to al-Qaida, such as Abu Sayyaf, under Operation Enduring Freedom - Philippines. Operations are taking place mostly in the Sulu Archipelago, where terrorists and other groups are active. The majority of troops provide logistics; however, many are Special Forces troops that are training and assisting in combat operations against the terrorist groups.

    [edit]Iraq

    Marine Corps M1 Abrams tank patrols a Baghdad street in April 2003.

    After the lengthy Iraq disarmament crisis culminated with an American demand that Iraqi President Saddam Hussein leave Iraq, which was refused, acoalition led by the United States and the United Kingdom fought the Iraqi army in the 2003 invasion of Iraq. Approximately 250,000 United States troops, with support from 45,000 British, 2,000 Australian and 200 Polish combat forces, entered Iraq primarily through their staging area in Kuwait. (Turkey had refused to permit its territory to be used for an invasion from the north.) Coalition forces also supported Iraqi Kurdish militia, estimated to number upwards of 50,000. After approximately three weeks of fighting, Hussein and the Ba'ath Party were forcibly removed, followed by 9 years of military occupation by the United States.

    [edit]Libyan intervention

    As a result of the Libyan civil war, the United Nations enacted United Nations Security Council Resolution 1973, which imposed a no-fly zone over Libya, and the protection of civilians from the forces of Muammar Gaddafi. The United States, along with Britain, France and several other nations, committed a coalition force against Gaddafi's forces. On 19 March, the first U.S. action was taken when 114 Tomahawk missiles launched by US and UK warships destroyed shoreline air defenses of the Gaddafi regime.[68] The U.S. continued to play a major role in Operation Unified Protector, the NATO-directed mission that eventually incorporated all of the military coalition's actions in the theater. Throughout the conflict however, the U.S. maintained it was playing a supporting role only and was following the UN mandate to protect civilians, while the real conflict was between Gaddafi's loyalists and Libyan rebels fighting to depose him.[69] During the conflict, American drones were also deployed.[70]

    Quoting BigRoni:


    Quoting pj2becca21:

    How many other places has the ding dong sent troops? 

    Quoting BigRoni:


    Quoting pj2becca21:

    Oh look is this going to be war 6 that Obummer has gotten involed in 

    What were the other 5?


    ninjaSo... You're one of those. Don't make statements like that, get questioned and then expect the other person to validate your so-called truths... If you can't name the 5 wars that you say President Obama has gotten our troops involved in... sweetie I believe that would make YOU the ding dong... 


  • BigRoni
    by BigRoni
    October 15, 2012 at 1:13 AM


    Quoting pj2becca21:

    War on Terrorism (2001–present)

    The War on Terrorism is a global effort by the governments of several countries (primarily the United States and its principal allies) to neutralize international terrorist groups (primarily radical Islamist terrorist groups, including al-Qaeda) and ensure that rogue nations no longer support terrorist activities. It has been adopted as a response to the September 11, 2001 attacks on the United States.

    [edit]Afghanistan

    Ten horses with riders on the side of a hill
    Special Forces soldiers onhorseback in November 2001

    The intervention in Afghanistan (Operation Enduring Freedom – Afghanistan) to depose that country's Taliban government and destroy training camps associated with al-Qaida is understood to have been the opening, and in many ways defining, campaign of the broader War on Terrorism. The emphasis on Special Operations Forces (SOF), political negotiation with autonomous military units, and the use of proxy militaries marked a significant change from prior U.S. military approaches.[67]

    [edit]Philippines

    In January 2002, the U.S. sent more than 1,200 troops (later raised to 2,000) to assist the Armed Forces of the Philippines in combating terrorist groups linked to al-Qaida, such as Abu Sayyaf, under Operation Enduring Freedom - Philippines. Operations are taking place mostly in the Sulu Archipelago, where terrorists and other groups are active. The majority of troops provide logistics; however, many are Special Forces troops that are training and assisting in combat operations against the terrorist groups.

    [edit]Iraq

    Marine Corps M1 Abrams tank patrols a Baghdad street in April 2003.

    After the lengthy Iraq disarmament crisis culminated with an American demand that Iraqi President Saddam Hussein leave Iraq, which was refused, acoalition led by the United States and the United Kingdom fought the Iraqi army in the 2003 invasion of Iraq. Approximately 250,000 United States troops, with support from 45,000 British, 2,000 Australian and 200 Polish combat forces, entered Iraq primarily through their staging area in Kuwait. (Turkey had refused to permit its territory to be used for an invasion from the north.) Coalition forces also supported Iraqi Kurdish militia, estimated to number upwards of 50,000. After approximately three weeks of fighting, Hussein and the Ba'ath Party were forcibly removed, followed by 9 years of military occupation by the United States.

    [edit]Libyan intervention

    As a result of the Libyan civil war, the United Nations enacted United Nations Security Council Resolution 1973, which imposed a no-fly zone over Libya, and the protection of civilians from the forces of Muammar Gaddafi. The United States, along with Britain, France and several other nations, committed a coalition force against Gaddafi's forces. On 19 March, the first U.S. action was taken when 114 Tomahawk missiles launched by US and UK warships destroyed shoreline air defenses of the Gaddafi regime.[68] The U.S. continued to play a major role in Operation Unified Protector, the NATO-directed mission that eventually incorporated all of the military coalition's actions in the theater. Throughout the conflict however, the U.S. maintained it was playing a supporting role only and was following the UN mandate to protect civilians, while the real conflict was between Gaddafi's loyalists and Libyan rebels fighting to depose him.[69] During the conflict, American drones were also deployed.[70]

    Quoting BigRoni:


    Quoting pj2becca21:

    How many other places has the ding dong sent troops? 

    Quoting BigRoni:


    Quoting pj2becca21:

    Oh look is this going to be war 6 that Obummer has gotten involed in 

    What were the other 5?


    ninjaSo... You're one of those. Don't make statements like that, get questioned and then expect the other person to validate your so-called truths... If you can't name the 5 wars that you say President Obama has gotten our troops involved in... sweetie I believe that would make YOU the ding dong... 


    ninjaAre you serious?!!! You come back with some shit from 2001, 2003... you don't know who the president was back then? You have to come better than that! What the hell... 

  • pj2becca21
    October 15, 2012 at 3:13 AM

    Can you give me till tomorrow. I'm so tired and i just grab the first thing i saw with out reading! so yeah that my bad. 

    today was hell, we had to replace a fuel pump on one of the cars and i had to do my brakes. and the damn drive back and forth to 7 differant stores and spending a shit load of money we didn't want to spend. :(..... 

    Quoting BigRoni:


    Quoting pj2becca21:

    War on Terrorism (2001–present)

    The War on Terrorism is a global effort by the governments of several countries (primarily the United States and its principal allies) to neutralize international terrorist groups (primarily radical Islamist terrorist groups, including al-Qaeda) and ensure that rogue nations no longer support terrorist activities. It has been adopted as a response to the September 11, 2001 attacks on the United States.

    [edit]Afghanistan

    Ten horses with riders on the side of a hill
    Special Forces soldiers onhorseback in November 2001

    The intervention in Afghanistan (Operation Enduring Freedom – Afghanistan) to depose that country's Taliban government and destroy training camps associated with al-Qaida is understood to have been the opening, and in many ways defining, campaign of the broader War on Terrorism. The emphasis on Special Operations Forces (SOF), political negotiation with autonomous military units, and the use of proxy militaries marked a significant change from prior U.S. military approaches.[67]

    [edit]Philippines

    In January 2002, the U.S. sent more than 1,200 troops (later raised to 2,000) to assist the Armed Forces of the Philippines in combating terrorist groups linked to al-Qaida, such as Abu Sayyaf, under Operation Enduring Freedom - Philippines. Operations are taking place mostly in the Sulu Archipelago, where terrorists and other groups are active. The majority of troops provide logistics; however, many are Special Forces troops that are training and assisting in combat operations against the terrorist groups.

    [edit]Iraq

    Marine Corps M1 Abrams tank patrols a Baghdad street in April 2003.

    After the lengthy Iraq disarmament crisis culminated with an American demand that Iraqi President Saddam Hussein leave Iraq, which was refused, acoalition led by the United States and the United Kingdom fought the Iraqi army in the 2003 invasion of Iraq. Approximately 250,000 United States troops, with support from 45,000 British, 2,000 Australian and 200 Polish combat forces, entered Iraq primarily through their staging area in Kuwait. (Turkey had refused to permit its territory to be used for an invasion from the north.) Coalition forces also supported Iraqi Kurdish militia, estimated to number upwards of 50,000. After approximately three weeks of fighting, Hussein and the Ba'ath Party were forcibly removed, followed by 9 years of military occupation by the United States.

    [edit]Libyan intervention

    As a result of the Libyan civil war, the United Nations enacted United Nations Security Council Resolution 1973, which imposed a no-fly zone over Libya, and the protection of civilians from the forces of Muammar Gaddafi. The United States, along with Britain, France and several other nations, committed a coalition force against Gaddafi's forces. On 19 March, the first U.S. action was taken when 114 Tomahawk missiles launched by US and UK warships destroyed shoreline air defenses of the Gaddafi regime.[68] The U.S. continued to play a major role in Operation Unified Protector, the NATO-directed mission that eventually incorporated all of the military coalition's actions in the theater. Throughout the conflict however, the U.S. maintained it was playing a supporting role only and was following the UN mandate to protect civilians, while the real conflict was between Gaddafi's loyalists and Libyan rebels fighting to depose him.[69] During the conflict, American drones were also deployed.[70]

    Quoting BigRoni:


    Quoting pj2becca21:

    How many other places has the ding dong sent troops? 

    Quoting BigRoni:


    Quoting pj2becca21:

    Oh look is this going to be war 6 that Obummer has gotten involed in 

    What were the other 5?


    ninjaSo... You're one of those. Don't make statements like that, get questioned and then expect the other person to validate your so-called truths... If you can't name the 5 wars that you say President Obama has gotten our troops involved in... sweetie I believe that would make YOU the ding dong... 


    ninjaAre you serious?!!! You come back with some shit from 2001, 2003... you don't know who the president was back then? You have to come better than that! What the hell... 


  • BigRoni
    by BigRoni
    October 16, 2012 at 2:58 AM


    Quoting pj2becca21:

    Can you give me till tomorrow. I'm so tired and i just grab the first thing i saw with out reading! so yeah that my bad. 

    today was hell, we had to replace a fuel pump on one of the cars and i had to do my brakes. and the damn drive back and forth to 7 differant stores and spending a shit load of money we didn't want to spend. :(..... 

    Quoting BigRoni:


    Quoting pj2becca21:

    War on Terrorism (2001–present)

    The War on Terrorism is a global effort by the governments of several countries (primarily the United States and its principal allies) to neutralize international terrorist groups (primarily radical Islamist terrorist groups, including al-Qaeda) and ensure that rogue nations no longer support terrorist activities. It has been adopted as a response to the September 11, 2001 attacks on the United States.

    [edit]Afghanistan

    Ten horses with riders on the side of a hill
    Special Forces soldiers onhorseback in November 2001

    The intervention in Afghanistan (Operation Enduring Freedom – Afghanistan) to depose that country's Taliban government and destroy training camps associated with al-Qaida is understood to have been the opening, and in many ways defining, campaign of the broader War on Terrorism. The emphasis on Special Operations Forces (SOF), political negotiation with autonomous military units, and the use of proxy militaries marked a significant change from prior U.S. military approaches.[67]

    [edit]Philippines

    In January 2002, the U.S. sent more than 1,200 troops (later raised to 2,000) to assist the Armed Forces of the Philippines in combating terrorist groups linked to al-Qaida, such as Abu Sayyaf, under Operation Enduring Freedom - Philippines. Operations are taking place mostly in the Sulu Archipelago, where terrorists and other groups are active. The majority of troops provide logistics; however, many are Special Forces troops that are training and assisting in combat operations against the terrorist groups.

    [edit]Iraq

    Marine Corps M1 Abrams tank patrols a Baghdad street in April 2003.

    After the lengthy Iraq disarmament crisis culminated with an American demand that Iraqi President Saddam Hussein leave Iraq, which was refused, acoalition led by the United States and the United Kingdom fought the Iraqi army in the 2003 invasion of Iraq. Approximately 250,000 United States troops, with support from 45,000 British, 2,000 Australian and 200 Polish combat forces, entered Iraq primarily through their staging area in Kuwait. (Turkey had refused to permit its territory to be used for an invasion from the north.) Coalition forces also supported Iraqi Kurdish militia, estimated to number upwards of 50,000. After approximately three weeks of fighting, Hussein and the Ba'ath Party were forcibly removed, followed by 9 years of military occupation by the United States.

    [edit]Libyan intervention

    As a result of the Libyan civil war, the United Nations enacted United Nations Security Council Resolution 1973, which imposed a no-fly zone over Libya, and the protection of civilians from the forces of Muammar Gaddafi. The United States, along with Britain, France and several other nations, committed a coalition force against Gaddafi's forces. On 19 March, the first U.S. action was taken when 114 Tomahawk missiles launched by US and UK warships destroyed shoreline air defenses of the Gaddafi regime.[68] The U.S. continued to play a major role in Operation Unified Protector, the NATO-directed mission that eventually incorporated all of the military coalition's actions in the theater. Throughout the conflict however, the U.S. maintained it was playing a supporting role only and was following the UN mandate to protect civilians, while the real conflict was between Gaddafi's loyalists and Libyan rebels fighting to depose him.[69] During the conflict, American drones were also deployed.[70]

    Quoting BigRoni:


    Quoting pj2becca21:

    How many other places has the ding dong sent troops? 

    Quoting BigRoni:


    Quoting pj2becca21:

    Oh look is this going to be war 6 that Obummer has gotten involed in 

    What were the other 5?


    ninjaSo... You're one of those. Don't make statements like that, get questioned and then expect the other person to validate your so-called truths... If you can't name the 5 wars that you say President Obama has gotten our troops involved in... sweetie I believe that would make YOU the ding dong... 


    ninjaAre you serious?!!! You come back with some shit from 2001, 2003... you don't know who the president was back then? You have to come better than that! What the hell... 


    clock.... 

  • JakeandEmmasMom
    October 16, 2012 at 8:51 AM

     OP, what do you think Romney would do differently?

  • jcrew6
    by jcrew6
    October 17, 2012 at 8:05 AM
    Obama and Biden recently criticized Romney's foreign policy as building up our defense for another military conflict.
    Meanwhile, the Obama admi. quietly is building a 'US base' in Jordan for our military to be located.

    Obama, talking out of both sides again.


    Quoting JakeandEmmasMom:

     OP, what do you think Romney would do differently?


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