America verses Iraq have been a war that make you ask yourself when will this ever end. In 2003, many soldiers went over to Iraq to avenge what happen in 2001 when terrorist came to America and knocked down the twin towers in New York. This war lasted until 2011, when Obama pulled the troops after finding and killing Osama Bin Laden, the leader that lead the suicide mission. In today’s current, events, Obama has to make a decision on how to handle Iraq again after only 3 years of pulling the troops. Many in America feel like it would be best to send an airstrike or do something other than send our troops over to Iraq again. The Obama administration had to succumb to growing pressure to do something dramatic in Iraq that involved a great deal of fire power like air and missile attacks against ISIS. When this happen it took a lot of pressure off of President Obama. Obama 's critics still wanted to blame him for abdicating U.S. leadership in Syria and in Iraq, which they believe now caused advancing extremist militants of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS). Something as simple as answering the political mail in Washington because is not the same thing as dealing with the issues that have led to the attacks on the American people. The Obama administration needs to do what is necessary to keep the soldiers out of Iraq. And President Barack Obama should not integrity should not have been tested because of the different moves he tried to do to keep people safe.
Many would say if Obama would have been tough or position himself to the prime minister in Iraq aggressively; we would not have had Iraq trying to impose themselves on both countries. An example that stand out is from most of Obama 's party detractors engage in al...
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...o battle with these other countries was and is causing the United States of America to loose several great men and women. While President Obama was in office he did try to make the change that he spoke very passionately about while he was running for President. But maybe if Obama can deliver a better fight that wouldn’t last for 7 years but only in one strike, Obama would be looked at as a president that did and can deliver a fight that should have never started. I admire President Obama as a strong, African American President that is a leader and very educated. He gave so much hope to the American people and did deliver for the most part and that is what matters most. If the president has to deal with the Iraq, I would rather he deal with it quickly and in a way that it would not cause the American people to go through what it went through back in 2003-2011.
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