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"We are not quitters," says the President referring to the economy. However we are quitters concerning Iraq.

The New York Times reports,
"President Obama is nearing a decision that would order American combat forces out of Iraq by August 2010 as he seeks to finally end a war that has consumed and polarized the United States for nearly six years, senior administration officials said Tuesday."

Then why don't we abandon our bases in Germany? How about Japan? Or South Korea? Surely we are spending millions of dollars a year in upkeep on these bases (I'm being sarcastic here). Six years is nothing compared to how long we have been stationed elsewhere. Germany- 64 years. Japan- 64 years. S. Korea- 60 years roughly. Cuba- Since 1898!

And the deaths in Iraq are terrible, but the toll is small compared to other wars we have fought.

The surge of American troops was working. I could actually turn on the news and not hear of attacks there every single night. What will reducing troops do to that country?

I've spoken to American troops who have been in Iraq. And do you know what every one of them said to me? It was this, "We need to stay." Yes. Every soldier has said that. Every one said that Iraq is slowly getting better, but abandoning it will be disastrous. This is why I am concerned. Obama may be President, but it's these women and men who know what they are talking about.

Why should America pull out of a country that is just now stabilizing to some extent? Are the Iraqis ready for this security headache? A force of "tens of thousands" of our troops are supposedly going to stay behind and train Iraqi troops. To cover an entire country?!

I'm very concerned that Iraq will go the way of Iran. Instead of a possible friend in the Middle East we may wind up with an enemy.

8 Responses so far.

  1. Linz says:

    I think they are going to be our enemies regardless.

  2. Z says:

    I'm concerned for the soldiers who've died....they deserve to know we'll stay and help Iraq's citizens. I saw an Iraqi on the news the other night whose family's been killed for his having helped US help his country, but he still is working with us. That's courage.

    Like Linz, I feel there are people who will never be our'friends' there, but the people want peace and prosperity and, soon, they'll realize it's not Iraq offering them that!

  3. Elm says:

    As you say, there are people there who will be our enemies regardless, but I hope the average Iraqi citizen wants peace. I feel sorry for these people. To be retaliated against because you helped the USA is crazy.

  4. Everybody has enemies, It will be that way forever unless you want submit to radical Islam.

    It would be disastrous.

    If Obama does this it is my guess, since Obama is an appeaser that Iran will invade and take over Iraq. Then, How many more will have to die? Iraq will let us know when they are ready to accept our Troops leaving.

    Obama is a quitter and an appeaser. All the radicals out there are going to know he will not risk his poll numbers by invading or fighting anyone. He may lob a cruise missile at them like Clinton did but I doubt he has the guts to do even this.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Liberals,never meet a social program that could more funding or a military war they could lose.

    Holder calls me a coward, I call Obama just not a coward,but a traitor.

    And we all know what happens to traitors right,if not ask the Rosenbergs. Oh, you can,they met sparky back in 1953.

  6. Anonymous says:

    The omly quitters in this country are the Libtards.

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