Was the date accidental?

Or is the Harris Biden Administraten just plain stupid?

Sept 11th? Really?

Biden announces troops will leave Afghanistan by September 11

I mean, Yes, it is the 20th anniversary of the attacks. But really, I see it as an insult rather than a good idea. A sign of weakness using that date. Almost like a surrender.

But then again, I don’t look for symbolism in everything. Just get it done, or don’t. But Sept 11th for the final withdrawl dateis a really bad symbol. if you ask me.

I’m all for pulling the troops. They shouldn’t have been there after the first few months, certainly not once Bin Laden was no longer an issue….I too believe it has been a colossal waste, but then again, I am not the President…… In less than a year, Afghanistan will return to the shithole it was before. In 5 years, it will be as bad as it was before the Russians tried there.



4 thoughts on “Was the date accidental?

  1. Shouldn’t have been there at all. The perpetrators are the ones that did the cover up. Bush, Cheney, Rumsfeld, Giuliani, Zelikow, et al. The ca. 3000 dead on 11/9/01 were a drop in the bucket compared to the millions of dead in AfPak, Iraq, Syria, Lybia, Egypt, etc, and that well is by no means dry.

  2. They need to quit talking about it and either do it, or not do it.

    You’re right that choosing 9/11 as the pullout date is stupid.

    Giving deadlines and telling the enemy exactly when you’re pulling out is hardly a smart strategic move.

    Giving deadlines and then blowing them makes it appear that the US is weak, indecisive, and can’t keep its word.

    These are not good things.

  3. I thought the 9/11 date was an insult to every brave American that died in the WOT. I think it reeks of surrender, not celebration. Why not a different date, one without painful meaning?

    Is it spite or ignorance?

    Given his leftist American-hating puppet masters I imagine it is spite.

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