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madman
Submitted on 12 September 2008 at 12:28 am

and to show your better intelligence, you asked THOSE questions?

Is the US searching for bin Laden or defeating the Taliban? Because you see those are two separate goals and bin Laden sure must be one smart guy to elude so many US troops for so long.

So this clearly shows that you have no clue about counter insurgency operations or have no idea about hot pursuit or inter state relations or his location in pakistan and so on and so forth.

Asking questions like, why did the CIA work with him shows a breathtaking lack of understanding of history.

But you are right, your level of intellect IS at the Mike Level. And then they invited you?

Oh! btw, that also perhaps answers your last question, ps: refer to the level of literacy in afghanistan 😛

Sonali Kolhatkar
Submitted on 15 September 2008 at 7:22 pm

Dear madman,

Why don’t you educate me about counter-insurgency operations and how exactly the US plans to achieve success with its current strategy? Seven years is an awfully long time for a “hot pursuit.” And when and how does one measure success or failure?

As for my “breath-taking lack of understanding of history,” you would do me a great favor once more in educating me by explaining the history of how and why the CIA recruited thousands of extremist fundamentalist fighters to Afghanistan and how those fighters then turned on the US once the Soviets were defeated, and how the US once more hired extremist fundamentalist war criminals to defeat the Taliban and how those men are now a huge part of the problem in Afghanistan.

Thanks madman! I look forward to my lessons in military strategy and history!

madman
Submitted on 15 September 2008 at 11:40 pm

Not me, sweetheart, your ignorance is your problem. Not mine.

What I found amusing was that while you were accusing somebody of being illiterate, you showed classic and full signs of illiteracy, which you compounded by asking further silly questions.

Tsk tsk tsk, lady, when in a hole, stop digging. Anyway, me off, have fun in the shallow end of the pool with Mike

Sonali Kolhatkar
Submitted on 16 September 2008 at 6:54 pm

Thanks madman for your continued evasion of the facts and my questions. It is easy to make personal attacks but not so easy to defend indefensible claims.

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