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Actually...the article is wrong....it says 600 troops and it should say 600 waiters. These were non-combat troops Mikey...that means no bullets...they were there for HUMANITARIAN PURPOSES. Good for them...too bad the U.N. didn't have the TESTICLES to send humanitarian troops. Actually, I think Kofi wanted to but felt there was no way to profit this time around...so he took a pass.
I'M WILLING TO BET THEY WILL BE MISSED...HOPEFULLY THEY HAVE COMPETANT NON-CROOKED IRAQI'S TO HAND OUT SUPPLIES.
We carried out our humanitarian and reconstruction tasks without firing a single shot â€” in fact, without pointing a gun at anyone," Koizumi said. "Our mission was very highly rated by the Iraqi people."