Thursday, January 12, 2006

U.S. Airstrikes in Iraq Could Intensify

This is another war crime. Losing the battle on the ground the US is doing what it did in Vietnam and trying to bomb the people to hell. It is likely that the Americans will retreat on the ground while bombing more and more and more.
This is typical abuse from a sore bully loser.

Hey, but this is all part of our fredom and democracy.

U.S. Airstrikes in Iraq Could Intensify: "U.S. Airstrikes in Iraq Could Intensify
by Drew Brown


WASHINGTON - U.S. warplanes have carried out hundreds of airstrikes in Iraq in the past two years, bombing and strafing insurgent fighters and targets almost daily. And the air war, which has gone largely unnoticed at home, could intensify once American ground forces start to withdraw.


The war began with an airstrike targeting Iraqi President Saddam Hussein. The CIA reported intelligence on March 19, 2003 about the possible location of the Iraqi leader and President Bush approved the attack. On March 20 at 5:33 a.m. Baghdad time (March 19, 9:33 p.m. EST), U.S. ships fired about three dozen Tomahawk cruise missiles and a F-117 Stealth fighter dropped a pair of 2,000-pound satellite-guided bombs. (Photo: CNN.com)
Since Iraq doesn't have a working air force, U.S. jets are expected to provide air cover for Iraqi troops for at least several more years."

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