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Argument: An early US exit might cause Iraqi troops to defect to the insurgency

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==Parent debate== ==Parent debate==
-*[[Debate:Iraq, withdrawal from]]+*[[Debate: Withdrawing from Iraq]]
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==Supporting quotes== ==Supporting quotes==
*[http://www.myheritage.org/Issues/MythBusters/IraqWithdrawal.asp MyHeritage.org. Retrieved 4.10.08] - "A politically driven pullout would be a military disaster[...] The Iraqi government forces would be demoralized and could begin to hedge their bets by making deals with, or even defecting to, the insurgency" *[http://www.myheritage.org/Issues/MythBusters/IraqWithdrawal.asp MyHeritage.org. Retrieved 4.10.08] - "A politically driven pullout would be a military disaster[...] The Iraqi government forces would be demoralized and could begin to hedge their bets by making deals with, or even defecting to, the insurgency"

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  • MyHeritage.org. Retrieved 4.10.08 - "A politically driven pullout would be a military disaster[...] The Iraqi government forces would be demoralized and could begin to hedge their bets by making deals with, or even defecting to, the insurgency"

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