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    Quote Originally Posted by Glock27Bill View Post
    WHERE ARE THE NEWS ORGANIZATIONS ON THIS!!!!!!!!!
    They are either saying that Maliki is lying. The others are saying it was prudent planning because delaying an agreement does not stop any troops from coming home, but it is smart to not enter into an agreement with a president that is about to leave office.

    But those of us that can think for ourselves can see exactly how this does exactly what Obama has said he does not want to do.
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    I am even more troubled by the decision of a cadidate to try to circumvent the Commander in Chief. I wonder what Obama would think if this happens to him. Never mind, he would not recognize it happening anyway.

    It was not too long ago that the Clinton administration embarked upon realigning the defense budget after the Berlin Wall came down and the Soviet Union broke up. The Clinton administration called it the "Peace Dividend" and earmarked funding from defense to social programs. Obama is not pro military and would draw down our military even more than the Clinton administration and move more funds into International Aid and Social programs. Be alert to this man and his beliefs, it means a much less prepared United States.
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