Tuesday, May 30, 2006

Not Exactly Pulling Out

As more and more Americans favor pulling troops out of Iraq, Bushco is sending in more.
The top American commander in Iraq has decided to move reserve troops now deployed in Kuwait into the volatile Anbar Province in western Iraq to help quell a rise in insurgent attacks there, two American officials said Monday.

Although some soldiers from the 3,500-member brigade in Kuwait have moved into Iraq in recent months, Gen. George W. Casey Jr. has decided to send in the remainder of the unit after consultations with Iraqi officials in recent days, the officials said.

But, hey, things are definitely improving. Are there any reservists left to handle the impact of the impending hurricanes? Just asking.


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