"U.S. officials need to get our [expletive] out of here. I say that seriously. We have no business being here. We will not change the culture they have in Iraq, in Baghdad. Baghdad is so corrupted. All we are here is potential people to be killed and sitting ducks." — Staff Sgt. Charles Pollard, a 43-year-old reservist from Pittsburgh, who arrived in Iraq with the 307th Military Police Company on May 24 (as reported in the Washington Post)