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    McCin brings back the "Happy Iraqi"

    In what can only be described, as you gotta see it to believe it, John McCain now says, "We were greeted as liberators" in Iraq. Of course that was after he said, "I never used the word timetable" for getting out of Iraq but then McCain added, "That timetable table (16 months) sounds pretty good, so long as it is based on conditions on the ground."

    http://thinkprogress.org/2008/07/27/...es-timetables/

    I finally understand why John Kerry wanted John McCain to be his running mate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moonman View Post
    In what can only be described, as you gotta see it to believe it, John McCain now says, "We were greeted as liberators" in Iraq. Of course that was after he said, "I never used the word timetable" for getting out of Iraq but then McCain added, "That timetable table (16 months) sounds pretty good, so long as it is based on conditions on the ground."
    whats so bad about this?

    if things are going good he will support a timetable to get out...

    thats totally different then what Obama originally said about geting out in 16 months no matter whats going on.. but lately Obama is now copying what mccain has been saying from the get go... that we should leave when the time is right... not some predetermined date

    "The difference between the two candidates going into November is that Barack Obama wants a rigid timeline for withdrawal," Tucker Bounds said on CNN's "American Morning."

    "John McCain wants to start reducing our troops, keeping the gains in security that we've earned in Iraq, but by doing so, avoiding a third war.

    "Bringing them home with victory is the important contrast between the two candidates,"

    "Today Barack Obama finally abandoned his dangerous insistence on an unconditional withdrawal of U.S. combat troops from Iraq by making clear that for the foreseeable future, troop levels in Iraq will be 'entirely conditions based.' We welcome this latest shift in Senator Obama's position, but it is obvious that it was only a lack of experience and judgment that kept him from arriving at this position sooner,"

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    Nothing wrong with this -- both candidates now have exactly the same positions on Iraq and Afghanistan.
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    There's plenty bad about that , doc. First no link. I don't believe you've quoted Tucker Bounds correctly. That last quote looks like it came straight from McCain.

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    "The difference between the two candidates going into November is that Barack Obama wants a rigid timeline for withdrawal," McCain spokesman Tucker Bounds said on CNN's "American Morning."

    http://www.cnn.com/2008/POLITICS/07/...rap/index.html

    there you go sry about leaving it out

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc Fluty View Post
    "The difference between the two candidates going into November is that Barack Obama wants a rigid timeline for withdrawal," McCain spokesman Tucker Bounds said on CNN's "American Morning."

    http://www.cnn.com/2008/POLITICS/07/...rap/index.html

    there you go sry about leaving it out
    I didn't know Tucker Bounds was a McCain schill. Thanks for clarifying.

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