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Obama Camp Confirms Treasonous Actions on Iraq Trip

RUSH: Yesterday Amir Taheri in the New York Post quoted the Iraqi foreign minister Hoshyar Zebari as saying that Obama made the demand when he visited Baghdad in July that (paraphrasing) “You guys shouldn’t start talking about troop withdrawal now, you should wait ’til the next president’s elected.”  The quote here from the Iraqi foreign minister, “He asked why we were not prepared to delay an agreement on US troop withdrawal until after the US elections and the formation of a new administration in Washington.  However, as an Iraqi, I prefer to have a security agreement that regulates the activities of foreign troops rather than keeping the matter open.”  So basically the foreign minister of Iraq says Obama came over here and tried to get us to delay any action whatsoever on the withdrawal of US troops until after the US presidential election.  

Well, this sent the Obama campaign into a tizzy because this is a violation of law.  This borders on treason.  He’s a presidential candidate.  He cannot go over and negotiate for the United States on matters like this.  Aside from the hypocrisy that was Obama promising everybody to get these troops out of there immediately when he was elected, this would push pack the withdrawal easily to 2011 or 2012.  He’s just a hypocrite on this.  He wanted Bush to withdraw the troops so that Bush would lose the war, the Democrats would say Bush lost the war, but now that the prospect of winning the war could redound to Obama, he wants the troops there.  He wants to be the one to declare victory, he wants to be the one to bring the troops out on his terms, and he asked the Iraqis to hold them.  So his campaign sends out this denial yesterday.  The campaign went nuts suggesting that this did not happen, and in the process of denying it, they confirmed it.  From RushLimbaugh.com

Will the mainstream media pick up on this?  I doubt it…..

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September 16, 2008 - Posted by | Homeland Security, Iraq, Politics | , ,

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