TTP | The Withdrawal Method

Acing Iraq  -

October 24th, 2011


There are three things every man should know how to do: Change a tire, make a martini and pull out.

Judging from the subpar service we recently received at The Pep Boys, our watered down cocktail Saturday night and our buddy Fitzy’s surprise pregnancy, it appears some still have a bit to learn.

Thankfully,our government finally gets it. After eight years of fighting in Iraq, our troops are coming home. Let the politicians debate over whom to credit or blame for the decision. We don’t care. The important thing is we have family and friends coming back home for the holidays. It’s about damn time.

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U.S. annual cost of air-conditioning in Iraq and Afghanistan. We’re hoping a portion of those dollars at least helped refrigerate beer.



The best lightning rod for your protection is your own spine.

Ralph Waldo Emerson

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battle rattle

noun.     slang for combat gear. "Full battle rattle" means wearing and carrying everything (helmet, body armor, weapons).



Less than one percent of Iraqis feel that Coalition forces have improved security in Iraq.  


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Why Now?

Most of the Iraqis don’t want us there.
We’re fatiguing our troops against all other threats.
Iraq refuses to grant the U.S. immunity during the occupation moving forward.
Saddam and Bin Laden are dead. If the next group of pricks pulls some sh*t we’ll deal with it then.
After spending $800 billion on the war, it may be time to put a few bucks toward ourselves.

The US withdrawal makes sense.  Time for the Iraqi people to step up and finish this with their own hands.

Worried sh*t might hit the fan on our home shores due to our exit?  Then buy American and prepare yourself.

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