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Wednesday, October 11, 2006



Back in Iraq, looks like we might stay at current troop levels until at least 2010:

The U.S. Army has plans to keep the current level of soldiers in Iraq through 2010, the top Army officer said Wednesday, a later date than Bush administration or Pentagon officials have mentioned thus far.

The Army chief of staff, Gen. Peter J. Schoomaker, cautioned against reading too much into the planning, saying troops levels could be adjusted to actual conditions in Iraq. He said it is easier to hold back forces scheduled to go there than to prepare and deploy units at the last minute.

And Joe - as he said back in March - would be A-OK with that:

We're talking about 2006, 7, 8... that's three years. And I believe that a lot of very good things can happen in three years in Iraq that ideally would allow us to remove every American soldier who's there today.

Tickets are available for $30 for the October 16 Lamont-Lieberman debate in Stamford. The debate will be broadcast live at 1 pm and re-broadcast at 7 pm on NBC 30 and News 12.

Review "Negative Joe's" obnoxious behavior towards Lamont during the last debate and his warm and fuzzy behavior toward Dick Cheney in the 2000 Vice Presidential debate.
Frankly, I'd like to see more obnoxious behavior by Joe. He looked terrible in that debate. Unless he loads up on valium, I can't see him controlling himself, and he has a lot of contradictions to account for this time.
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