Iraq Recedes From Brink of Genocide

Preventing a potential genocide in Iraq isn’t a good enough reason to keep U.S. forces there… There’s no doubt there are risks of increased bloodshed in Iraq without a continuing U.S. presence there.”

Barack Obama
July 19, 2007

But, today Iraq is one genocide that wasn’t.

Today there is Victory in Iraq.
Today there is democracy in Iraq.
No thanks to Barack Obama or fellow Democrats.

Iraqi school children, sporting new backpacks given out by coalition forces, pose for their picture on Oct. 9, 2008, in Al Haay, Iraq. The event was part of Al Haay Day, which encompassed a medical evaluation, Iraqi press conference, school book distribution and Joint Security Station site assessment, all of which helped to establish coalition presence in Al Haay. (Photo by Tech Sgt. Jeremy Caskey- MNF-Iraq)

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