Rules of engagement

13 Feb

The Afghan government has released 65 detainees from a former American prison despite protests from the U.S. military over concerns the “dangerous” fighters will return to the battlefield to kill coalition and Afghan forces.

Maj. Nimatullah Khaki, a spokesman for the Parwan Detention Facility at Bagram Air Base, said all 65 were freed on Thursday morning.  He said they were laughing and smiling as they boarded a bus to leave the facility.

It appears as though our rules of engagement need to be changed.  Along with special delivery of the corpses to bald headed peckerwood Karzai’s front door. But then, from his perspective, can we really blame him?

At least according to Richard Grenell, a former spokesman for several U.S. ambassadors to the United Nations, who recently said the following:

“We’ve undercut him all along.  First of all, this administration has terrible relations with Karzai. We tried to put a Taliban office in Qatar, and then had to pull it back. He [Karzai] took that as a signal that we were undercutting him, and his power.”

Read more here.

So, it looks like the Kenyan (along with his trusty sidekick, Lurch) has done it to us again.  How does it feel to be a citizen of the most distrusted nation on earth?  From the most honorable to the most dishonorable.

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Posted by on February 13, 2014 in Uncategorized


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