We could help them by dropping incendiary pamphlets along with cheap "Saturday night specials" and 50 rounds. This might be cheaper and more efficient , along with less harm to the environment, plus generate good business for the mortuary industry?
Ace, you should join the Saudi's, because 15 of the 19 terrorists on 9/11 were from Saudi Arabia, and since you prefer Putin over Obama, which only confirms that you hate Amerca, so this should be a natural move for you.
That was Reagan you Sh8eit! It was Rumsfeld who gave him the chemical weapons to fight Iran, and Saddam Hussein was in power long before Jimmy Carter. You're really stretching reality now to get yourselves out of the mess you created. Carter funded the war in Afghanistan, not Saddam Hussein, you idiot, aceofbase nuttjob.
what can you do! he created this problem with not leaving a small force there and then drew a red line with Syria, which he didn't follow up on. now he has sent 800 troops back into Iraq AND has 4000 marines off the coast. ON THE JOB TRAINING, AGAIN WHAT TO DO?
What is amusing, is how many of you apparently think that Iraq didn't even exist before Bush II was president. Simple fact, is that our military was involved there from Bush I through Clinton and the issues there far more complicated and nuanced - if you want to see the roots of the current crisis go back to the miscalculations under Carter. He traded a dictator in Iran for one in Iraq as an ally - the only problem is that the loss of Iran can be directly linked to much of the terrorism that we continue to deal with today since the new regime in Iran was even more violent, radical and bent on regional expansion then the Shah. Simply, the Iraq and Iran that we deal with today are a legacy of Carter.
Ever wonder why Iraq started a war with Iran? What country was behind the Khobar Towers bombing? What were the regional concerns had the allies taken out Hussein after the Kuwait war? Why did we even care about a democratic Iraq after 9/11? What state was behind the efforts with IED's etc against American troops during the second invasion of Iraq? Iraq has been a pawn in our broader struggle with Iran. Think about it.
And for all you B/C haters, this doesn't mean that the administration didn't make mistakes or miscalculate but you need to look at those efforts in a broader context AND you also need to look at the parallels between Carter and the current administration.