Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Mr. Poller Mr. Poller

Poll: Most Americans Say War Not Worth It. One the eve of the five-year anniversary of the start of the war with Iraq, Americans continue to think the results of the war have not been worth the loss of American lives and the other costs of attacking Iraq, according to a new CBS News poll.

----- Mr. Poller Mr. Poller, ask Americuns how they feel about the billions we're still pumping into Clinton's effort in Kosovo/Serbia to protect oil interests, as in the trans-Balkan pipeline - known as AMBO pipeline, reportedly being built at a cost of 1.1 billion dollar by US builder and operator company, the US-registered Albanian Macedonian Bulgarian Oil Corporation will pass through it in due course. The pipeline would pump Caspian oil from the Bulgarian port of Burgas via Macedonia to the Albanian port of Vlora, for transport to European countries and the United States.

Yesterday, Nato put the northern Kosovo town of Mitrovica under de facto military law after rioting by Serbs hostile to the newly independent state left one UN policeman dead and forced the withdrawal of UN staff.

I have a nephew who returned from Kosovo a couple of years ago, after a 12 month stint, only to deploy to Iraq. Yessiree Bubba, we're still contributing boots to the colony of Kosovo.

Serb vigilantes pledge to fight over Kosovo.

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