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...ess of more opportunities in the work force. Companies are letting go of their employees due to a lack in productivity and revenue. The Recovery act, if anything, has caused our nation to fall further into debt, continuing to push us into a depression. Obama has also been a very strong activist against the war. He has claimed to responsibly remove troops from Iraq and return it to its people. After discussing removal of U.S. troops with President Nouri al-Maliki, Obama had promised to have all troops fully withdrawn from Iraq by 2011. This goes to say, the troops might be leaving Iraq, but then being deported to Afghanistan. For many Americans, this is Obama failing to amend peace and return our troops home. Obama 's plans for Iraq and Afghanistan do not appear to be holding true to his campaign proposals, nor are they aiding America’s relations with the Middle-East.
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