U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham responds to the Taliban's allegations that the United States wants to occupy Afghanistan forever.
I agree with you Humphreymason. This guy John is most likely the phony boy using other peoples names. As you can see he uses my name and quite often. I wish this person would understand that the Afghan people do not want to be ruled by these Islamic terrorists and all we are doing is helping them to kill or capture the Taliban and their terrorist allies and help them become a state with a government elected by the people. We are not there to occupy any land or steal any resources.
I am an afghan pashtun i 100% agree withe Mr Graham he is right.we well saport him.
Your an idiot phony boy, he clearly said it would be up to the Afghan government if we were to have permanent bases in Afghanistan! We will do all we can to stop these Anti-Christ Islamic extremists from gaining power once again in Afghanistan so give it up phony boy!
Not living in the 6th century!
Better yet why don't you just try to live in the 21st century?
This Senator Linsey Graham is the exact symbol of everything in Washington that's wrong: a depressed economy,two needless wars,unnecessary military spending,the closing of our schools and libraries,etc.
Aren't all Republicans that way,.Sanity? They are and so are the ignorant,hateful Tea Partiers. It appears that all the liberals and moderates have been programmed out thanks to the MIC(military-industrial-complex)!!!
We are not there for any profit! Any natural resources would go to prop up Afghanistan's economy! We are there to help Afghanistan to become a modern state that would be allied against Islamic extremism! I guess that you phony boy would rather live under sharia laws where they punish people without mercy for even the minor crimes and also no crime at all, just freedom of religion which is punishable by death!
Well, when 2x you say we need permanent bases in Afghanistan, why would the Taliban not accuse the US of wanting to occupy the country? Words have meanings, and it's a shame politicians don't seem to understand the consquences.
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