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Barak Obama – US Politics and Iraq war.

Posted by QB on March 20, 2008

Barak Obama Pastor’s speech which he give in his Church get the CNN and all other news too much air time as usual. These networks reported the story as that somehow Barak Obama is responsible for his Pastor’s speech. Barak Obama criticize the speech which, did not stopped the news network to drop this story, to end this Barak Obama gave a very good speech on race in USA. There are still people like idiot racist Lou Dobbs who believe that Barak Obama should have cut his relationship with his Pastor which, to me is the most stupid demands from these people.

Barak Obama is not responsible what the other people say and he should not get the blame or responsibilities of others.

Bush delivered speech on the fifth anniversary of Iraq invasion and occupation calling it the “Noble Cause” to kill over one million Iraqis destroying their country with lies. Michael Ware reported from Baghdad that this war is not over for US and it will continue for decades.

BLITZER: Joining us now from the northern part of Baghdad, a small U.S. combat outpost, our own Michael Ware. He’s embedded with the 101st airborne right now on the scene.

Michael, five years. Who would have thought U.S. troops, 140,000, 150,000 would still be deployed in Iraq five years later? We got an assessment from the president of the United States today, a rather upbeat assessment. Things were definitely, he says, moving in the right direction.

You have been there since day one. Give us your five year bottom line assessment.

MICHAEL WARE, CNN CORRESPONDENT: Well Wolf, first and foremost, I have to tell you that given the situation on the ground, even though there’s a downturn in violence, even though the surge so-called has been a success, and I’m not talking about 30,000 troops sent to reinforce the capital.

I’m talking about America doing deals with its enemies, about America running its own militias and putting them on the U.S. payroll, I’m talking about a political surge trying to batter this Iranian linked Iraqi government. All these things have produced some success.

Certainly less people are dying each and every month. But just last month, more than 600 Iraqi civilians still died. That’s not good by anyone’s measure.

Despite these successes, what I can tell you Wolf is that even entering the sixth year of this grinding seemingly never-ending war, there’s no way America can leave any time soon, not if it wants to retain any shred of its international standing, nor if it wants to do anything to help the Iraqi people, Wolf.

BLITZER: So when they talk about a pause in the withdrawal this summer, it’s going to go down to 140,000, 145,000, then they are going to keep it at that level for awhile, what I hear you saying is they will have to keep it at roughly that level for some time to come.

WARE: Oh, absolutely. You talk to any officer here in Iraq, you even talk to the sergeants, you can even talk to the specialists, the every day soldier. Now as embittered as they may be, though the morale remains high, their commitment to being a professional soldier, to protecting their brother, continues, all of them know that this problem is far from fixed, and there’s no long-term solutions.

Indeed, I have had countless conversations with soldiers and officers over the past month here in Iraq where we talk endlessly about America’s opponents, be it al Qaeda, be it Iran, be it others, playing a long game, a generational game, whereas the men in uniform can’t help but feel frustrated by the fact that America is fighting this war election to election.

So this country is broken. America broke it. Whether you were for or against the war, in the beginning, is moot. Whether there was WMD is irrelevant. You had the situation you have now. America simply can’t walk away, not any time soon — Wolf.

BLITZER: What would happen if the U.S. started withdrawing troops in major numbers, a brigade or two a month, over the next year and brought it down to 20,000 or 30,000 troops? What would be the immediate impact?

WARE: Well, what we would see is once U.S. forces reach a certain level where they’re unable to flex real combat muscle, where they can no longer intimidate the myriad of groups and international players like Iran here in this country, and I have to say, Iran is not intimidated right now with 160,000 troops. But once American forces get to the point where all they can do is basically defend themselves as they withdraw, watch out.

I mean lot of people point to the southern Iraq. Now while relatively peaceful, you see a whole rainbow alliance of Iranian backed militias in battles for power. Imagine that across the country, throwing in not just rival Shiite on Shiite as Iran plays its hand, making sure no one group becomes powerful enough. Add to that Shiite versus Sunni, Arab versus Kurd, Turkey and Iran pressing their claims in the Kurdish north.

You will see that if America pulls out or if America stops paying the 70,000 plus former insurgents who are now U.S. backed militias, then other people will step in; Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Egypt, Kuwait, even American rival Syria will step in. You will see proxy wars, something that will be far worse than Lebanon in the 1980s — Wolf.

BLITZER: Michael Ware, be careful over there. Good luck. Thanks for joining us.

WARE: Thank you, Wolf.

The other interesting situation is that after elections there are too many differences who would be the next Prime Minister after PPP and Nawaz Sharif join hands to form the coalition government. The PPP get the more seats because of Benazir Bhutto murder. It is so disgusting that now the two most corrupted people Asif Zardari and Nawaz Sharif has become the powerful politicians to control the government.

John McCain believe that Iran is training Al Qaida and he is the one who is presently running ahead of Barak Obama and Hilary Clinton to be the next President of USA. John McCain will be the continuation of Bush failed policies. The situation will be the same with continuation of Iraq and Afghanistan war and the common poor people in US and the world will suffer.

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