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How Long will Iraq Keep Us From Fighting Terrorists?

Press Release Washington, DC 23 May 2007
Richard Clarke, Steven Simon, Brian Katulis and Rand Beers comment on newly declassified intelligence that Osama bin Laden ordered a top lieutenant in early 2005 to hit targets inside the United States.
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Iraq

A President Gone AWOL

News The Capital Times (Madison, Wisconsin) 5 May 2007
Military

Generals Express Outrage at Presidential Veto

Press Release Washington, DC 1 May 2007
Top military brass expressed outrage today at the President's veto of the U.S. Troop Readiness, Veterans, Health, and Iraq Accountability Act. Generals Gard, Johns, Montano and Odom weigh in.
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Iraq

Iraq Generals to President: You've Failed Us

Press Release Washington, DC 1 May 2007
Today, Generals Eaton and Batiste, who led troops in Iraq, expressed outrage at the President's veto of the U.S. Troop Readiness, Veterans, Health, and Iraq Accountability Act.
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Beers Calls Kerry's Misspeak "Unfortunate"

Press Release Washington DC 29 January 2007
Rand Beers, president of the National Security Network, who served as John Kerry's national security advisor on his 2004 campaign, made the following statement today.
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Forecasts from Casey and Khalilzad Unconvincing old News

Press Release Washington DC 29 January 2007
Rand Beers, President of the National Security Network, said today that the statements from General Casey and Ambassador Khalilzad are “nothing new” and “totally unconvincing.”
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Military

Republican Leader Points Finger at Military for Problems in Iraq

Report 29 January 2007
House Majority Leader John Boehner sank to a new low yesterday pointing fingers at the military for this administration’s failed Iraq policy.
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Iraq

Bush Offers Rhetoric, Progressives Offer a Real Plan

Report 26 October 2006
President Bush’s statement yesterday was just the latest evidence that he has no clear plan for how to succeed in Iraq.
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Iraq

Bush to Cut Army Tours to 12 Months

News Washington Post 10 April 2006