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TopicPagePost-invasion Iraq
Position_fragmentStringCoalition troops should pull out
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Coalition troops should pull out

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SourcePageSeattle Post-Intelligencer
DateDateNovember 19, 2006
URLURLhttp://seattlepi.nwsource.com/opinion/292783_iraqouted.html
QuoteText"Facts on the ground finally and utterly repudiate his entire rationale for war. There were no weapons of mass destruction. There was no connection to terrorists and 9/11. Trying to impose Jeffersonian democracy at the point of a gun on a tribal, theocratic society was a bad idea; the failure to do so has been an utter disaster. It's time to abandon the neoconservatives' grandiose, arrogant fantasy of using war to spur cultural and political transformation in the Middle East."
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Direction? Out by Seattle Post-Intelligencer editorial board (Seattle Post-Intelligencer, November 19, 2006) (view)