Yes, but you forgot how Obama dangerously delayed the decision (actually hid from it) for months.
Obama's speeches on Afghanistan have been terrible too. As the ambiguity increases, our ability to win diminishes.
Liberals suffer from the notion that "we can't win" or "win what?" If Obama was a good leader, he'd be talking about it more.
He can't even say "thank you" to Bush for doing a good job in Iraq - a job that the liberals and our other enemies said couldn't be done.
Quit crying and admit your original statement was wrong.
While the decision was delayed, the actions implementing the decision were in fact moved sooner, so what the heck is your point?
Once again, in a mad dash to prove me or Obama wrong, you fail to check relevant facts which show you are going down a dead-end path.
It is people like you that forced a conservative Senator into resigning recently.
No one, not bush nor Obama, is wrong 100% of the time nor are they right 100% of the time. They certainly can not please all of the people any of the time. You are in such a rush to find something, anything wrong, you don't even stop to check. He did it, it must be wrong. That pretty much makes you useless to good conversation and so when there is nothing important being discussed, there is you.