Friday, February 27, 2009

Iraq Troops Coming Home, War Over...NOT EXACTLY

GEEZE....Obama is such a lying scum bag pig....he is on television right now from Camp LeJeune claiming the Iraq Combat Mission will come to an end in 2010, that our troops WILL BE COMING HOME. Who the hell is President Obama kidding? Leaving 30-50,000 troops in Iraq IS NOT BRINGING OUR TROOPS HOME. Saying those 30-50,000 troops will still be conducting Anti Terrorists missions in Iraq means Obama is trying to play a White House version of a Street Corner Con Man's three card monty....which card are the troops under? Card One (Afghanistan), Card Two (Fighting The Taliban), and Card Three (Anti Terrorist Missions in Iraq). A warning to our fine young men and women who are struggling during these hard economic times here in America. Enlisting into our currently CORRUPT MILITARY is not the answer. You can be PUT TO WORK, can earn money for college without risking your lives. How you ask? If Obama and Congress make E Verify the law of the land, if ICE and Homeland Security use strong Interior Enforcement to hunt down Illegal Aliens and those that hire them, SEVEN MILLION AMERICANS CAN BE PUT BACK TO WORK. Couple that with the 3 million jobs Obama is promising with the Stimulus, and America's unemployment rate would drop to under TWO PERCENT. Just SAY NO to those lying recruiters, and instead start contacting your elected officials in Washington, start demanding the DEPORTATION OF 12-25 Million Illegal Aliens that are STEALING YOUR FUTURES.

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- President Obama has approved a plan to pull most troops out of Iraq by the end of August 2010, two senior administration officials said Friday.

President Obama says he plans to keep up to 50,000 support troops in Iraq after combat troops leave in 2010.

President Obama says he plans to keep up to 50,000 support troops in Iraq after combat troops leave in 2010.

The plan also calls for a force of 35,000 to 50,000 U.S. troops to remain on the ground in Iraq.

"Let me say this as plainly as I can: By August 31, 2010, our combat mission in Iraq will end," Obama is expected to say Friday in a speech at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, the senior officials said.

Obama's trip to Camp Lejeune is his first trip to a military base since being sworn in.

Administration officials, who briefed reporters on the plan, said the remaining troops would take on an advisory role in training and equipping Iraqi forces, supporting civilian operations in Iraq and conducting targeted counterterrorism missions, which would include some combat. Watch an ex-general survey the strategy Video

The remaining troops would be gradually withdrawn until all U.S. forces are out of Iraq by December 31, 2011 -- the deadline set under an agreement the Bush administration signed with the Iraqi government last year.

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