was very surprised by the American statement, which pledged to support Iraq in keeping with the strategic agreement. On the same day, the U.S. declared that it would weaken… The war in Syria and the war in Iraq are one and the same – both in Syria and in Iraq, it is a war against ISIS. The U.S. strives to weaken the Syrian regime, and this benefits ISIS, but in Baghdad, it supports the regime against ISIS. This is suspicious and perplexing, to tell you the truth.
Not all that perplexing, we’ve already covered it here. Does nobody read this freaking blog?
Obama likes to fight both sides of any war (that way, he can claim a win either way I assume) so of course he won’t support them in Iraq even as he supports them in Syria.
I will say that I think it’s funny that they blame this on Bush saying that we couldn’t beat al Quaeda in Iraq but Obama declared victory and left.
Hmmmm, why it’s almost as if Bush left Obama a functioning Iraq that still needed us to stay to help and he abandoned them and now they’re screwed (just like us except more-so).