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“KABUL, Afghanistan — President Obama made a surprise trip here on Tuesday to sign a landmark strategic partnership agreement between the United States and Afghanistan in a midnight ceremony meant to mark the beginning of the end of a war that has lasted for more than a decade.” A televised address is scheduled for 7:30 pm ET. [NYT]


Yeah, it’s time for the west to go home.

Fox coverage of “Who Lost Afghanistan?” starts in 3…2…1

@ManchuCandidate: Of course, we’ll still have troops there through 2024…

Tweety to Morning Starbucks: “I have as much war fatique as you do.”

You know it’s bad when MSNBC hosts are on their sixth tour.

Advisors! Much like Iraqinam.

Yeah, but not the large number of combat troops dying for no good purpose.

Commenting on war (in the studio) is hell.

/eye roll/

When I grow up, I want a satellite remote studio so I can be a cable Talking Head on call.

Obama chooses armored carriers over aircraft carriers for his backdrop.

Something about Vietnamization and a light at the end of the tunnel.

Come, Mr. Tallybon, tally me bananas…

Sorry. I know the pronunciation is correct, but I can’t get rid of Belafonte.

Obama: “The light of a new day on the horizon.”

I was kidding, dude.

And while I’m at Bagram, a high-five to our torturers.

Could’ve used more comically huge, fake, photo-op turkey.

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