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Surrendering in Iraq (i.e. leaving before the population of scumbags is reasonably mollified and a pro-USA strong man is installed) delights the anti-American jerks like Obama....

Imagine, if you can, how damaging this is to ANY pro-American Iraqis....and yes, they exist. Just look to the young people of Iran: they are very pro-America (except now they know Obama doesn't give a damn about their freedom).

America said we would stand with our allies....and Obama abandons them. Just like Obama revealed the identity of the informant who helped our Navy Seals discover the hideout of Osama. That guy is now imprisoned and reportedly being tortured...

How about Hosni Mubarak? He sat in the White House with the Kenyan Clown just a few days before the "Arab Spring"....and the clown threw him under the bus.

IF you were EVER inclined to trust the USA, would you trust it NOW? NOW that Obama has pulled the rug out from underneath those who DID trust us?

Not to mention how he has stabbed Israel in the back.

Obama's foreign policy is a disaster that will harm this nation for decades.

1 posted on 01/17/2013 5:47:01 AM PST by SoFloFreeper
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16 JAN 2013: Brief Summary: A wave of attacks in Iraq Wednesday killed nearly 30 people and injured hundreds of people in the bloodiest day in two weeks. Two car bombs exploded in the ethnically mixed city of Kirkuk, about 180 miles north of Baghdad, near the local headquarters of the Kurdistan Democratic Party. An estimated 19 people were killed and over 200 injured. Also in Kirkuk, a suicide bomber hit a Kurdish security facility killing at least four people. The assault appeared to target a local office of Masoud Bazani, president of Iraq’s semiautonomous Kurdish region. Another suicide car bombing hit Tuz Khurmatu, south of Kirkuk, near the headquarters of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan of Iraqi President Jalal Talabani. The bombing killed two people and wounded 26 others. Sectarian tensions have recently increased in the disputed region after Iraqi government troops confronted Kurdish militias as Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki has sought to consolidate security. The attacks in Kirkuk came a day after Sunni member of parliament, Efan al-Essawi, was killed by a suicide bomber in Anbar Province. The country has recently seen a rise in mass anti-Maliki demonstrations accusing the prime minister of marginalizing Sunnis.


2 posted on 01/17/2013 5:53:02 AM PST by BCW (http://babylonscovertwar.com/index.html)
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