The American Pravda keeps reporting that all combat troops have been removed from Iraq, when that is not the case. Let's just hope and pray that the Iraqis can handle securing their own nation and that the death of so many brave American men and women will not be in vain.
But, what do the Iraqi people have to say about the pullout of so many American soldiers? Do they feel confident that they can keep their citizens safe?
Read and find out from the American Thinker:
Poll: Iraqis miss Bush strategy
"Not that I needed more proof, but a new poll reveals that white left-wingers don't speak for Arabs. From Baghdad (AFP):
'A majority of Iraqis believe it was the wrong time for a major withdrawal of US combat troops, a poll said on Tuesday, with more than half also warning that it would have negative consequences.
When asked if it was the right time for American soldiers to leave -- the US military earlier confirmed troop numbers in Iraq had fallen under 50,000 for the first time -- 59.8 percent said no, compared to 39.5 percent who said yes.'
Notable too is the fact that Obama (the left's messiah) isn't a unifying god:
'Some 53.1 percent of respondents said they disagreed with President Barack Obama's decision last year to end the combat mission in Iraq on August 31, a move that triggered a major reduction in the US military presence here.'
The information is extremely difficult for Hollywood to process.
(Side note: The poll carried out by the Asharq Research Centre, a private Iraqi company, was a representative nationwide sample of 1,150 people aged 18 and above in the country's 18 provinces between August 15-23.)"