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Obama Won’t End Iraq War in 2009

Voters For Peace: The power to end the war and prevent future wars of aggression

Recent Comments by Senator Obama and His Campaign Are Not Consistent with Claim that He Will “End the War in 2009”

Voters for Peace reports

Obama would:

  • Leave 140,000 private U.S. military troops in Iraq;
  • Tens of thousands of U.S. soldiers in Iraq, and;
  • Expand combat forces in surrounding nations to strike Iraq

Sen. Obama gets loud applause in his stump speech when he claims that he will “end the war in 2009.” And, many in the media have described him as the peace candidate in the presidential race. However, Voters for Peace [1] highlights recent comments by Senator Obama and his campaign that indicate he does not intend to “end” the war in 2009 but to continue the occupation with different tactics.

“Voters for Peace does not endorse or oppose candidates, but we do educate the public and peace voters in particular about what candidates actually stand for. Often in elections it is difficult to parse the rhetoric with reality,” said Kevin Zeese, executive director of Voters for Peace. “In the case of Senator Obama he has ridden his pre-war speech opposing the Iraq war to become the anti-war candidate in the 2008 election. In fact, it is a mantel he has not yet earned. Voters for Peace urges Senator Obama to strengthen his opposition to the Iraq occupation so that he is consistent with the majority of U.S. voters who want the occupation ended.”

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One Response

  1. Maybe not but he will end it as soon as possible and it will be easier for him than Hillary because he will not need to put lipstick on that pig.

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