Archive for the ‘iraq’ Category

Say Anything

13Nov08

Like most politicians, Barack was willing to say anything to win the presidency. Dig any hole now, we can climb out of it later. A suicide car bomber struck a U.S. military convoy passing through a crowded market in eastern Afghanistan on Thursday, killing at least five civilians and a coalition soldier and wounding an […]


Iraq

10Oct08

The Washington Times has a story today indicating that Barack inserted himself into conversations between the Iraqi government and the Bush Administration over a still unresolved status of forces agreement – terms for the U.S. to remain in Iraq upon the expiration of UN mandates. At the same time the Bush administration was negotiating a […]


Just Imagine

15Sep08

Imagine if this is true. WHILE campaigning in public for a speedy withdrawal of US troops from Iraq, Sen. Barack Obama has tried in private to persuade Iraqi leaders to delay an agreement on a draw-down of the American military presence. And imagine if it can be confirmed. (The above video doesn’t discuss the matter, […]


I’m having fun on YouTube today. For Democrats who have blinders on regarding the enormous deception committed by Barack on primary voters, watch his before and after responses on his Iraq withdrawal position. In the first clip, he is asked if he will affirm what his campaign manager says his Iraq strategy is – unequivacle […]


It is fascinating to see just how wrong the Democrats were on the war in Iraq – even just months ago! Here’s another debate flashback, one that makes it clear just how much they were responding to polls, rather than principles, in making their points.


Iraq

24Aug08

Please read the op-ed piece that I co-wrote with John Arquilla of the Naval Post-graduate College on the war in Iraq. It appears in today’s San Francisco Chronicle.The Best Thing That Could Happen in IraqJohn Arquilla – Todd Feinburg The “October Surprise” is a time-honored tradition in election-yearpolitics. This time around, bombing Iran would be […]


Breakdown

13Aug08

Look at how voters view the candidates on the major issues as revealed in the latest Rasmussen daily tracking poll. Barack leads significantly only on the environment and healthcare, while McCain leads bigtime on national security, the war in Iraq, immigration, taxes and abortion. Barack is trusted more only on 4 of these 14 major […]