President Obama Praises Self for Ending War in Iraq on Bloodiest Day of the Year in That Country

Jul 23, 2012 Read more: ABC News 9
President Obama's campaign today released a video praising the president for ending the war in Iraq. Read more

Santa Fe, NM

#1 Jul 23, 2012
a headline written by someone with an agenda. Sick


Since: Mar 11

Rockin' USA ;)

#2 Jul 23, 2012
Love HOW he and ONLY he takes the credit..DUDE, yeah YOU may be the Top Honcho of the America's government chain...but it's ALL who work under you to have achieved this goal...LIKE THE FREAKIN' MILITARY for one..OH YEAH...let's NOT forget the American taxpayers FUNDING these military operations also and the ALL the other officials on the pay-out list...GIVE ME A FREAKIN' BREAK!
Osama Obama

Newburg, PA

#3 Jul 23, 2012
What did you expect from the guy who has done so much.A legend in his own mind.

“It's Time to Defeat Terrorism ”

Since: May 11


#4 Jul 23, 2012
Clearly, Obama was able to trash each achievement in Iraq of our US troops that sacrificed more than 4450 lives, hundred thousand injuries and 1.5 trillion dollars of the American taxpayers for nothing gained. Thanks to the apologizer in Chief Obama who rushed to cut and run from Iraq, the al Qaida terrorists are back killing more than 80 Iraqis in one day and Iraq became the new enemy of the American people as new member of the Iranian regime axis of evil. Obama failed the American people as he weakened American military power to its lowest in decades with no influence in the Middle East and with no allies in the Middle East. The pacifist Obama who adores the Mozlem Brother leader Ayatollah Khamenei is pushing the Taliban to rule Afghanistan and become the first terrorist organization to become ally of the White House that sympathizes with the Jihadist terrorists under Pakistani regime.


#5 Jul 23, 2012
poor Iraqis. Today Sunni criminals probably from a Sunni free army have murdered more than 100 innocent Shiites. It is everything blame of criminal politicians from usa. They arm these criminals and are fully co-responsible for all crimes in Iraq and Syria too ( ,,free,, Syrian army of sunni criminals is financed by usa too ).

“Stop the liberal madness”

Since: Sep 10

Location hidden

#6 Jul 23, 2012
We left Iraq to soon and now thanks to Obama and his libs ,the violence rages.

Since: Nov 08

Cologne- Germany

#7 Jul 23, 2012
Comrade Mill
Typing some rash assessment about the unforseen global events is not my way.
I live in Germany and observe the developments all around the globe.
Sadam Hussain deserved a better judgment in the international criminal court.
In that case we all would have some more informations.
Iraq NOW is a play ground to
butcher, maime, rape, loot and torture.
Failed mission under cooked up justification.

Since: Nov 08

Cologne- Germany

#8 Jul 23, 2012
One more clarification.
I am not an embedded journalist or a fond fan of banal dictator.
I am not against Bush nor i uphold Obama.
The whole system is rotten to the core that warrants a dire check

Since: Nov 08

Cologne- Germany

#9 Jul 23, 2012
"What will it take to get back in the fight? Understanding the real interests and deep opinions of the American people is the first thing. And what are those?
That a Social Security card is not a private portfolio statement but a membership ticket in a society where we all contribute to a common treasury so that none need face the indignities of poverty in old age without that help.
That tax evasion is not a form of conserving investment capital but a brazen abandonment of responsibility to the country.
That income inequality is not a sign of freedom-of-opportunity at work, because if it persists and grows, then unless you believe that some people are naturally born to ride and some to wear saddles, it's a sign that opportunity is less than equal.
That self-interest is a great motivator for production and progress, but is amoral unless contained within the framework of community.
That the rich have the right to buy more cars than anyone else, more homes, vacations, gadgets and gizmos, but they do not have the right to buy more democracy than anyone else.
That public services, when privatized, serve only those who can afford them and weaken the sense that we all rise and fall together as "one nation, indivisible."
That concentration in the production of goods may sometimes be useful and efficient, but monopoly over the dissemination of ideas is evil.
That prosperity requires good wages and benefits for workers.
And that our nation can no more survive as half democracy and half oligarchy than it could survive "half slave and half free" and that keeping it from becoming all oligarchy is steady work our work.

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