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Still better then Bush

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Submitted by Bill (United States), Sep 11, 2013 at 19:15

Although I have agreed with you in the past, I have to dis-agree with you on your assessment here. It is interesting you should call Obama all these names considering what an incompetent predecessor we had. The almost totally unnecessary ~700 billion and 4400 casualties for an Iraq war that no-one wanted. Being cautious about war is the least of Obama's mistakes. Way better then what happened with Bush Iraq. ...

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We all have opinions on the Iraq and Afghan wars but they were not primarily about social work for non-Americans.

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