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  1. Holy Diver

    Holy Diver Pro Bowl Player

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    After the UK pulls its troops out of Iraq, who is left of the coalition of the willing?

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/6380933.stm

    Blair 'to confirm Iraq timetable'

    Some 7,000 UK troops are currently serving in Iraq
    Prime Minister Tony Blair is expected to announce a timetable for the withdrawal of UK troops from Iraq.
    Mr Blair is due to make a statement about the 7,000 British troops serving in Iraq at the Commons on Wednesday.

    The BBC's James Landale said 1,500 troops were expected to return home in months, rising to 3,000 by Christmas.
     
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    reminds me of Fahrenheit....

    "THE COALITION OF THE WILLIIIIIING!"

    "The island of Palaaaaaaaaau (laughter please), Costa RRRRRRRRRRica!!!! (more laughter), Icccccccccceland!!!!!, Romaniaaaaaa, Morrrrrrrrrrroccooooo!!!!!!, the Netherlands and Afghanistannnnnnnnnn!!!!"
     
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    Or from Chappelles show "Black Bush"

    Andre 3000 will be sending bombs over Baghdad
    Japan is sending Playstations
    Africa Bambadda and the Zulu Nation
    Riggity ROW!


    Looks like we are the only sane nation, prepared to defend the world from the WMDs and threat to america that is the Iraqi regime.....
     
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    Asked about Tony Blair’s announcement today that the U.K. will cut troop levels in Iraq by 1,600 — from 7,100 down to 5,500 — Vice President Dick Cheney “said the move was actually good news and a sign of progress in Iraq.” Later in the day, he told a group of U.S. troops, “I want you to know that the American people will not support a policy of retreat.”

    Denmark is expected to follow Britain’s lead and announce plans to withdraw its 460 troops from Iraq.
     

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