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FULL COMMENT: Bush's Iraq Surge Plan

FULL COMMENT: Bush's Iraq Surge Plan

Graham Reid - The Writing On The Wall - There is a famous saying: Those who do not learn from history are condemned to keep watching it re-run on CNN. And that's pretty much how I feel tonight after watching the current American president address his people and tell them that more of their sons and daughters were going to be sent to Iraq. See... Public Address 12/01/07 - The Writing On The Wall

  • Bradblog.Com - WH Made No Casualty Estimates for 'Surge' Plan
  • Martin LeFevre - Meditations: Why the Bush Administration Is Evil
  • William Rivers Pitt - Politics in the Service of War
  • William Blum - The Anti-Empire Report January 12, 2007
  • Lawrence R. Velvel - Cutting Off Funds For Iraq & Presidency Of Harvard
  • Jose Maria Rodriguez Gonzalez - Bush’s Pigheaded Legacy on Iraq
  • Bernard Weiner - Cheney's "Modest Proposal" to Round Up More Troops
  • INSS - INSS Insight: How New is Bush’s “New Course”?
  • Cindy Sheehan - Insanity Surge
  • FULL COVERAGE: Comment & Opinion On Bush's Iraq Troop Surge Plan - One of the key architects of President Bush's disastrous Iraq war policy was responsible for writing the president's new plan calling for an increase in US troops in the region. See… Jason Leopold: The Architect of Mr. Bush's Plan

  • Paul G. Buchanan - On the subject of the Draft
  • Norman Solomon - The Headless Horseman of the Apocalypse
  • New York Times - Editorial: The Real Disaster
  • Stan Goff - Open Letter To Congress - A Tactic
  • Greg Palast - Waist Deep In The Big Muddy
  • Dennis Kucinich - Out of Iraq - Back to the American City
  • Ramzy Baroud - One Last Chance for Sanity in Iraq

  • David Swanson - Mr. President, Surge This
  • John Cory - Three Thousand Plus One
  • Dan Phillips - Anti-war Conservatives vs. Foreign Policy Realists
  • Ann Wright - The History of Surges
  • Jason Leopold - Democrats Divided on War Remedy
  • William Rivers Pitt - Bush Extends Hand With Fingers Crossed
  • William Fisher - This Strategy Is New?
  • Cindy Sheehan - 3,000 Dead: So Who's Counting?
  • Bernard Weiner - Surging Towards Bethlehem
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