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True, democracy cannot be forced, however we've seen that this is what the Iraqi's want, and so we ought to help them in their efforts. It requires sacrifice and they are making it and so should we. We cannot pull out until the job is finished. There is no assurance that the position will be stabilized when we leave. We need to be supporting the troops, saying that we respect the cause for which they are fighting. Have those who decide we should pull out the troops been with the generals in Iraq and asked them what they think the situation is? We should not have the politicians in Washington (or any of us really) deciding a critical issue such as this unless they have a full assessment of the situation.
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