May 3, 2011
MISSION ACCOMPLISHED! Osama bin Laden has finally been located and killed.
Congratulations to Seal Team 6 for taking out Osama bin Laden, the killer of thousands.
Since Osama is now dead, we can withdraw from Afghanistan. After all, we’ve been there for ten years. The reason we went there was to get Osama, right? This is an excellent opportunity to withdraw with victory.
We went into Afghanistan in 2001, in response to the Twin Towers attack. We overthrew the Taliban and helped establish a new government. We have pumped 455 billion dollars into this country. We have lost a lot of people.
that Osama has been killed, we should declare victory and announce that
we’re withdrawing from Afghanistan. We can turn all our bases over
to the Afghan government.
As for our allies, the British, Germans, French, Italians, Canadians and others who are helping us, we can ask them if they want to withdraw. If they do, we can coordinate our efforts. If they want to stay, they can. We can leave them some of the bases. But I think they would withdraw if we do.
Our soldiers have performed well in Afghanistan, being given a difficult mission far from home in one of the world’s most remote countries. Now the mission is accomplished.
We could begin the withdrawal immediately. Of course, we´ll have to do it carefully, watching our back as we withdraw into smaller areas. The good thing is though we have air supremacy which will greatly facilitate matters.
We could time the withdrawal so that the last U.S. soldiers leave Afghanistan on October 7th, the ten-year anniversary of the invasion in 2001. And that invasion’s purpose was – remember? – to get Osama bin Laden. Now he’s been killed. Mission accomplished. Isn’t it logical?
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The soldiers will have a new task to perform. Upon withdrawal, U.S. troops could be immediately airlifted to an extremely important front for the security of the United States. I refer to the U.S.- Mexico border. We should take these troops directly from Afghanistan to the border with Mexico and set them up to stop the ongoing invasion of illegal aliens and drugs.
Seeing how well the troops performed in Afghanistan, they should do fine on the border.
So what do you think? Is this a good proposal?
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Allan Wall recently returned to the U.S. after residing many years in Mexico.