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FOX News Takes 32 Seconds to Explain That We're Going to Be in Iraq Forever

Reported by Marie Therese - November 28, 2007 -

During the November 26th edition of Special Report substitute host Bret Baier took 32 seconds to verify what those of us on the progressive side of the aisle have been predicting since the war on Iraq started. President George Bush and Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki have signed "a deal" to be finalized by July 2008 that will offer to America "military bases outside major Iraqi cities in return for security guarantees against both foreign threats and internal attacks." The plan, as Baier explained, "calls for a long term U. S, force of about 50,000 troops, down from the current figure of almost 160,000." In other words George Bush has just agreed to keep one-third of the current American force in Iraq for the foreseeable future (forever?). With (very short) video.