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Article posted Oct 21 2011, 2:53 PM Category: Geopolitics Source: Bloomberg Print

Obama: All U.S. Troops Will Leave Iraq by End of 2011

By Margaret Talev and Roger Runningen

Sounds like he's trying to get reelected. I find this very hard to believe considering the massive "permanent" U.S. military bases sprawled all over the country. Meanwhile, the Obama admin just announced they're building a massive new prison in Afghanistan. - Chris

Note also, this is not "as promised," Obama said he would bring the troops home as soon as he got into the White House proclaiming "you can take that to the bank." If you actually took it to the bank, your check would bounce.
President Barack Obama announced that all U.S. troops will be out of Iraq by the end of the year, fulfilling a campaign promise to end U.S. military involvement there.

“After nearly nine years, America’s war in Iraq will be over,” Obama said at the White House. U.S. troops will return home “with their heads held high.”

He spoke after conducting a video conference with Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki. He said both governments agreed on the next steps in the U.S.-Iraq relationship.

Obama ran for president promising to end U.S. involvement in Iraq. The U.S. had been negotiating on the terms of an agreement with the government of Iraq on keeping some U.S. forces there past the end of the year. A sticking point has been U.S. insistence that its troops have immunity from prosecution in Iraqi courts.

Both governments have said that Iraq needs help with external security and with the continued training and development of its security forces.

Units have been steadily pulling out of the country. There are about 41,000 troops in Iraq, down from a peak of about 180,000.

The current U.S. agreement with Iraq for keeping troops in the country, negotiated under President George W. Bush, expires at the end of this year.

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Quinz

Posted: Oct 22 2011, 9:30 PM

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17431 According to the quote here

“After nearly nine years, America’s war in Iraq will be over,” Obama said at the White House. U.S. troops will return home “with their heads held high.”

Breaking the quote down

“After nearly nine years, America’s war in Iraq will be over,” : Obama speaking
Obama said at the White House. U.S. troops will return home : The reporter putting words in the man's mouth
“with their heads held high.” : Obama again.

=/ They may be leaving but probably just to afghanistan
GGA

Posted: Oct 24 2011, 1:28 PM

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20036 What a joke. No way.

Logistically, nearly impossible by December.

He has pathologically lied about everything he's said thus far.

Even if by some miracle the TROOPS are gone (40,000)...60,000 MERCENARIES remain. So he still lies.

Given General Clark's revelation of the 1991 plans to systematically take down the Middle East from Iraq to Libya to Iran...I see a false flag operation on the horizon to perpetuate this agenda, or another blatant media-perpetuated lie to pin the tail on the Iranian donkey.


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