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Obama in 2004: No Deadline for Troop Withdrawl

I've unearthed a video from 2004 in which, remarkably, Obama says he "never said that troops should be withdrawn." He goes on to say "I don't think that we should have an artificial deadline when to do that." Watch.



Given that the situation in Iraq is better now than it was in 2004, it's amazing to note how a Presidential campaign can work transformative wonders on a politician. This can only mean that in 2004, withdrawing was a bad idea, but now that the war has already been lost (his only possible conjecture), it is now the only option. I thought this war should end because "it should have never been authorized and should have never been waged?" He is a hollow man, drifting in the breeze of public opinion.

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