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Hamid Karzai gives his thanks at the NATO summit with President Obama Afghanistan's president though raising some eyebrows when he said this.
President I'm bringing to you on to the chief of the United States.
They've got to chief of the Afghan people for the support that you're taxpayers' money list but it's sort of the most.
-- And for the difference that it has made to the will -- of them got beef.
You're taxpayers' money.
May not be the most tactful way to put it in this day of budget busting deficits in Washington in so many Americans out of work.
But I suppose it's about right US to have the Afghan war from day one expected to top.
Billion dollars by next year joining us now general Jack.
-- four star general and former vice chief of staff of the army.
Fox News military analyst general always good to talk to your -- It struck me is is inappropriate that -- made no mention of the sacrifices.
Of the American soldiers more than 3000.
Precious American lives lost and yet he's talking about taxpayers and tax payers money -- how did you take this.
Both -- way all of our viewers would take it.
If someone an appropriate to be sure to -- I can't keep his foot out of his mouth and it's been like that you know for years.
The truth is the administration can't say it nor can our military leaders say but we certainly all welcome the political transition in 4014.
When we will get a new government in place and -- paranoid insecure ineffective Karzai will move on.
-- may be one of the fathers of Afghanistan we'll get a new leader who can move this country forward.
But if Afghanistan is on able on its own to maintain its security after.
The withdrawal in 2014.
And if the Talabani is able to regrouping rebuild.
An increasingly corn crop in week.
Afghan government my goodness what then I mean does that render an eleven year war.
Meaningless in some lines.
Well I think we should look at the political transition those laws -- positive they have to have.
An election though that the people and civil society believes.
It's fair and that.
People are able to compete in an election should.
And I think what we'll get a lot of transformational government.
But one that will be better than what we have the corruption is not going to be wiped out in Afghanistan overnight.
But all the time I think weak that government can change that a positive much as we saw take place and in Korea has the security.
We've got a lot of hard work ahead of us the next two plus years and also after -- one -- fourteen with the Afghan national security forces.
And key decisions.
-- going to be made at this NATO conference about the house.
About that security and I'm hoping they step up -- -- -- here general I apologize -- got to cut this short I had many more questions but on this very subject actually we do you have some breaking news journal Jackie.
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