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Afghan leader's anti-West comments draw fire

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Western frustrations due to Western failures, why blame Karzai? The question is why NATO and USA forces are still in Afghanistan? Do they want to kill/capture OBL? Is he dead or alive? If their fight is against AQ/Taliban, why not move forces to neighboring country Pakistan, The Epicentre of Global Terrorism? Keeping good relations with Karzai will be easier than answering to all these questions.

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Knew that Karzai was too good to be true.

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Karzai has been pissing me off for some time now.

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Karzai - is only where he is because America placed him there thinking he'll be a good lap dog that will do what he's told he has now started biting the hand that feeds him.

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Exactly like I said the day before yesterday: the guy's out of his mind. He has been put in place by the US and UN, and now he's accusing them of wanting him out because domestic supporters, if not himself, were involved in bid-rigging. The guy blames the West for all the domestic woes he can't figure out himself.

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Yes Smith, that's exactly what you said "the day before yesterday". Do you mind if I don't repeat what I've said to that "the day before yesterday"?

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