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Now and that isn't in the US plans to end its combat -- and Afghanistan.
Ending the longest war in our nation's history but how many US troops tours remain in Afghanistan after that is still unclear.
The Obama administration has -- some decisions to make so how all of the president's policy towards Afghanistan unfold in a second term.
Once again our foreign policy.
When Afghanistan pins it needs in well we need to bring most of our troops home.
But if you -- fifteen or 20000 behind in Afghanistan with airplanes and helicopters and special forces units.
Could be the end of the Taliban and these young women would have a chance.
If we leave Afghanistan like we did Iraq is going to fall apart.
Obama had a rock inside the ten yard line -- a lot of problems to deal with -- -- was a success story in the making.
Not leaving any American forces behind in Iraq continue 121001 -- done it.
His let the country deteriorate everybody's going back to their sectarian corners.
Iran has more influence in Iraq now than ever there are over flying Iraq to reinforce Syria.
It breaks my heart that we were so close to winning in Iraq in the Obama administration dropped the ball right on the goal line.
And if they just talk about leaving Afghanistan rather than getting it right.
That will haunt us for decades and when it comes to Iran.
Why should be around means believe that the Obama administration is serious about stopping their nuclear program when -- we talk about is leaving the region.
If you don't allow side the kill 32000.
In his own citizens and do nothing about it -- it instead the whole region.
Because -- have a hands off approach to Syria what kind of signals that -- and Iran.
As you look at Afghanistan.
Where is that country -- and.
Menu make isn't that we're doing here.
Then you can keep.
You actually -- -- anyone would want to be president because.
It to problematic country and that -- it.
We have given that date of withdrawal.
But can be put into it -- at that point.
And we've stated that that that and the government.
And it said that it hadn't been.
-- in -- -- and its own feet.
I think they're competitive -- -- -- -- contempt.
I think that government will be underwritten descriptions from that.
And maybe from surrounding countries because historically.
Afghanistan has been sort of deter and if it is.
Full of influences stood in the -- and that it.
I understood and that it do -- -- But I've been editing.
And that could -- -- you do think that we can I -- and Ph.D.
at that Saddam big countries.
And some agreement as -- commission -- actions -- and so that it doesn't tune into the -- And that it doesn't become.
The play through it all the countries we didn't do fight they don't battle.
The -- -- getting in the context of what it definitely it.
We cannot do everything.
I don't think we should.
With other political -- That did pretty -- and it being -- indicated an intuitive.
If we're sitting down six years and -- time but Afghanistan what would be the conversations.
Well I'd say it will depend who follows Barack Obama.
I think that if we continue down the path we're on and we end up with massive troop draw downs and fast to -- -- like it looks as is so where on the path to.
You could well have -- Afghanistan where the talent bond for their allies are in control where al-Qaeda has again found a foothold.
Where all of the sacrifice that we've made in blood and treasure.
We end up in a situation that we saw on the 1990s where we walked away from it and again terrorists that want to kill Americans that threaten our security were able to gain a foothold.
I certainly hope that's not what will seek.
But I don't have a lot of confidence given the -- this president has put us on that that we will leave Afghanistan.
In a way that we can ensure that.
Our enemies don't take control again.
If you never talk teens for years now about Afghanistan what would the conversation -- It would be about how the new Taliban government has repressed women's freedom almost entirely -- and Afghanistan is once -- once more.
A base for al-Qaeda international terrorism.
And quite possibly Hal Pakistani Taliban has taken over that country.
And it supply of nuclear weapons the Obama administration policy of withdrawing Americans from Afghanistan is gonna bring Taliban back to power the only question is when -- would be in 2014.
Or we withdrawal earlier bullet be -- 2013 this is more bad news for the United States and for our friends and allies in the region.