IRAQ 2003 – Bush And Cheney Broke It And Couldn’t Fix It And Obama Shouldn’t Risk American Lives Because We Can’t Fix It!

It is said that “ignorance is bliss,” but in America, to many, ignorance is blind, deaf and dumb. The War-Mongering Republicans find themselves on the Television criticizing President Obama for withdrawing all of the troops. Well, that is the agreement George W Bush signed when Bush and his Administration helped to install Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki.


President Obama and his Administration wanted to leave a residual force in Iraq; however, Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki did not want to sign the “Status of Forces Agreement” that would have protected Americans from Iraqi Law. Al-Maliki has been and continues to be, Iraq’s problem. He and his cronies have bilked Iraq of America’s Tax Payers money for their own self gain. When someone doesn’t want you in their country you either remain as an Occupier or you leave. The American people wanted our Troops out of Iraq and we left. The slaughter that is presently ongoing in Iraq between Sunni and Shiites has been going on for thousands of years. The only thing that would be worse than Bush’s 2003 invasion of Iraq is to reinstall American Troops back into Iraq.


“Despite the Neocons War-Mongers in George W Bush Administration that seemed to only have concentrated in removing Saddam Hussein, they “BORKE IRAQ” and in the six years after breaking Iraq, they left office and left total chaos behind. Cheney made off with 39 Billion Dollars in Profits from his no-bid contracts to his Company  


Iraq’s Shiite-dominated government, led by Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, has done little to reconcile with other religious and ethnic groups in Iraq, notably Sunnis, who are a minority in Iraq. Sunni insurgents have fed on that Sunni fear and discontent to draw recruits and support its cause.


“Nouri al-Maliki established an authoritarian government and a very sectarian regime, and he’s lost the trust and confidence of the other groups that make up the Iraqi state,” said Peter Mansoor, a retired Army officer and author of Surge: My Journey with General David Petraeus and the Remaking of the Iraq War.


Iraq’s army, once a symbol of national power, is viewed by many in Iraq as just another militia designed to protect the regime – not the nation. Built with billions of dollars of U.S. taxpayer money, Iraq’s army collapsed in the face of the insurgent threat. Since the U.S. military left Iraq, al-Maliki has appointed cronies to leadership positions within the armed forces, undermining the professionalism of the military. “He replaced all the commanders with people beholden to him,” Mansoor said.


The army has done little effective training since American forces withdrew, and they no longer have the capability to conduct coordinated attacks using ground troops, artillery support and air power, said James Jeffrey, a former U.S. ambassador to Iraq.” [USATODAY]


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