Iraq gets "positive" Obama response on Exxon concern
Iraq's prime minister said on Thursday that U.S. President Barack Obama backed Baghdad's concerns over Exxon Mobil's oil deal with the Kurdistan region and had emphasized Washington's respect for the Iraqi constitution and laws.
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Since: Nov 08
#1 Jul 19, 2012
What a bunch of bull.
#2 Jul 19, 2012
What a nice article.
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#3 Jul 19, 2012
If left up to the self-serving lord marshal b. h. obama and the democRat Party saddam and his deranged sons would still be running the show in Iraq and possibly allied with Iran, terrorists, etc. And, Kurdistan would be getting gassed again and again...
Thankfully President G. W. Bush and The Magnificent United States Military Iraq has a good chance to become something better.
Below is a list of self-serving democRat saboteurs...absolutely despicable...
Democrat John Kerry, Feb. 2007: "The simple fact is that sending in over 20,000 additional troops isn't the answer--in fact, it's a tragic mistake. It won't end the violence; it won't provide security; ...it won't turn back the clock and avoid the civil war that is already underway; it won't deter terrorists, who have a completely different agenda; it won't rein in the militias."
Democrat Dennis Kucinich, Feb. 2007: "It has been proven time and time again that troop surges don't work."
Democrat Harry Reid, Apr. 2007: "The war is lost... This surge is not accomplishing anything."
Democrat Christopher Dodd, Apr. 2007: "We don't need a surge of troops in Iraq... there is no military solution in Iraq. To insist upon a surge is wrong."
Democrat Barack Obama, Jul. 2007: "My assessment is that the surge has not worked."
Democrat Dick Durbin, Aug. 2007: "By carefully manipulating the statistics, the Bush-Petraeus report will try to persuade us that violence in Iraq is decreasing and thus the surge is working. Even if the figures were right, the conclusion is wrong."
Democrat Jan Schakowsky, Aug. 2007: "I believe overall the surge is a failure....Its clear to me we cannot win..."
Democrat Joe Biden, Sep. 2007: "We should stop the surge and start bringing our troops home...[When asked whether Iraq closer to political reconciliation than before the surge began, and would continuing the operation stop the killing between Sunnis, Shi'ites and Kurds?]...The answer to both those questions is no."
Democrat John Kerry, Sep. 2007: ""The president's escalation ... has failed to achieve its goal of bringing about a resolution of the fundamental conflict between Sunni and Shi'ite."
Democrat Chris Dodd, Sep. 2007: "It pains me to say that ... the surge tactic is a failure and that failure is reconfirmed everyday by unfolding events in Iraq."
Democrat Barack Obama, Oct. 2007: "[The surge is a] complete failure... Iraqs leaders are not reconciling. They are not achieving political benchmarks."
Democrat Harry Reid, Nov. 2007: "It is indisputable that the goals of the surge have failed."
Democrat Joe Biden, Nov. 2007: "This whole notion that the surge is working is fantasy."
Democrat Nancy Pelosi, Feb. 2008: "There haven't been gains [in Iraq]... The gains have not produced the desired effect, which is the reconciliation of Iraq. This is a failure. This is a failure."
Democrat Carl Levin, Apr. 2008: "...the purpose of the surge as announced by President Bush last year... has not been achieved"
Democrat Joe Biden, Apr. 2008: "The purpose of the surge was to bring violence in Iraq down so that its leaders could come together politically. Violence has come down, but the Iraqis have not come together... We Democrats understand that this war must end..."
Democrat Bill Richardson, Jun. 2008: "[when asked if he was ready to concede that John McCain had been right in proposing the surge, said] "Absolutely not."
#4 Jul 19, 2012
Hate to say this but Iraq is going to be the richest country in the end.Read about it in Revelation it is called The New Babylon.
#5 Jul 19, 2012
Obama is consistently anti business. Give him a chance to destroy free enterprise and he is all over it. It's a "progressive" thing.
#6 Jul 20, 2012
Obama:'Excuse us, but we DID fight a war in your country so Exxon could have what they wanted, I hope it's not going to be a problem?'
Puppet President:'Of COURSE, sir.'
#7 Jul 20, 2012
You're a moron...you don't even know what's going on or what the article said.
#8 Jul 20, 2012
More literal insanity from the toilet-sitter in LA. You are one of the craziest mothers on this or any other board, aren't you?
#9 Jul 20, 2012
Your post? Sure was. As always.
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