Go behind the scenes of filming in Marjah with CNN correspondent Ben Wedeman, as show originally on CNN International's BackStory.
How about some Real news. If you can't do real news at least give a glimpse of soldiers so families can get some peace of mind.
I enjoy watching cnn's Back Story segments, this however is too cheezy!!!
I cherish this adventure by Ben Wedeman and Simon Payne and the troops.It is beautiful.As Wedeman says:walk on!
And behind the scenes in Marjah are the bags of newly minted 100 dollar bills handed out to the survivors. The Marine Corp alone are stating they handed out 250,000 dollars or more. And the Army, NATO how many newly minted 100 dollar bills did they hand out?
Meanwhile the CIA appears to have deliberately stopped a planned Taliban truce meeting between Afghanistan Karzi and Taliban leaders by interrupting peace meetings between Karzi and Taliban commanders in Pakistan. If the CIA is running contrary to President Karzi, where does that leave the war in Afghanistan?
Time to pull out all American Troops in Afghanistan and Iraq
That was weak! We need to see more of our Troops and less of the News men.
Oh..common!! Really now, is this about the behind the scenes in Mar-d-jah, or is this about You!
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