The United States and NATO will end their combat mission in Afghanistan next year, transitioning to a training role in which Afghan security forces will take the lead, Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta told reporters Wednesday.
"Hopefully, by mid to the latter part of 2013, we'll be able to make a transition from a combat role to a training, advise and assist role," Panetta told reporters traveling with him to Brussels and confirmed to CNN by a defense official.FULL STORY
I've been blogging from since before the time 'blog' was even a word, and just today I have had more of my comments deleted than those over the past 17 years combined. Really. Something's up.
Moderate this:Thanks Dept. of Justice, but how can we even accuse him of statutory boy raype if we aren't allowed to prove to the court he's gay? (The Supreme Court's opinion is that it is a violation of a gay man's civil liberties to even mention his se x ual orientation in court)
Interestingly, none of the 9/11 victims family lawsuits named Usama Bin Laden or any of his al-qaeda henchmen. They named names of men and organizations who are household names. Men you know and trust even to this very day. Weird, huh?
Hah! Let's see how long these posts last. gn everyone.
i had been in touch with turner trying to find out why i couldn't blog on my phone. wrote em about the slashing of decent posts