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Obama declares Iraq war over

Second prime-time address from Oval Office ends mission


Last night, in his second prime-time address from the Oval Office, Obama told the U.S. that the Iraq war is over. “Tonight, I am announcing that the American combat mission in Iraq has ended,” said Obama. In his speech, Obama noted the “huge price” of the war for Americans, and said its conclusion means that more resources can go toward fighting the Taliban in Afghanistan and restoring the American economy.

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Obama declares Iraq war over

  1. This shows you how corrupt the media is concerning the climate change industry.__Borg, here, the two faced fence sitter that you readers fail to notice, said the very same thing last Oct. __Far be it for this reporter to mention that this was just PR manipulation from the climate change corporation since it's information that is a year old.__Meanwhile, the UN has allowed carbon trading to trump 3rd world fresh water relief, starvation rescue and 3rd world education. Nice job!__Meanwhile we have wasted a quarter of a century that could have been used to address the real issue, birth control and population management. Control and management are harsh words for the politically correct arm chair climatologists out there.__Good thing voters have the real consensus.

  2. So many lives lost. And for what?