Obama abandoning Iraq timetable?

Barack Obama has said he would reconsider his 16-month timetable for withdrawal from Iraq after consulting with generals on the ground.  His entire platform to this point has been based on ending the occupation of Iraq and now he says he’s willing to do it differently?  Are progressives listening?

He says his timeline is based on troop safety.  What could be safer for troops than bringing them all home as quickly as possible, out of reach from random roadside bombs?

I will keep saying it, Obama is not a progressive and nobody should be fooled by his carefully crafted image.  Obama won’t bring our young men home any sooner than McCain.  Only one presidential candidate will:  Ralph Nader

Don’t waste your vote on corporate tools, vote Nader this November

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~ by Daniel on 3 July, 2008.

2 Responses to “Obama abandoning Iraq timetable?”

  1. Yup!

    As mcPain and obama go FLIPPITY FLOPPITY on the war and other issues.

    NADER holds true to his issues based plan to save our country from the two parties of the apocalypse!

    The scientifically impossible I do right away
    The spiritually miraculous takes a bit longer

  2. Today, 69 senators voted to continue and expand warrentless wiretapping.

    nobama was one of them!

    This after he said he would fight against such unconstitutional SPYING ON YOU!

    He’s been running around saying we haven’t been listening.

    I’ve been listening.

    The sound nobama and mcPain make is:

    FLIPPITY FLOPPITY!

    The scientifically impossible I do right away
    The spiritually miraculous takes a bit longer

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