The sad truth is that Iraq is in the shape it is today in because of what the US has already done. How, we must ask ourselves now, is doing it again going to undo it?
America's mainstream media is as apt to repeat failures as conservatives likely due to the symbiotic relationship between corporate media and the conservative movement.
What any of the Republicans blaming Obama for pulling American troops out of Iraq in 2011 should remember, is that in October 2008 George W. Bush was president when the Status of Forces Agreement was drafted and ratified by Iraqi lawmakers a month later in November 2008.
Ari Fleischer, the White House Press Secretary under President George W. Bush during the early years of the Iraq War. took to Twitter on Friday to help conservatives pin the blame on Obama for the recent surge of violence in Iraq.
During an interview on Morning Joe Friday morning, Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) predictably placed the recent flare-up of ethnic violence in Iraq at the President's feet.
The reaction from three Republicans on the Senate Armed Services Committee to the President's announcement that America's longest war was coming to an end was despicable and revealed that, in their minds, there is never a time to end war.
Anti-WMD alert: In a joint OpEd Monday, President Obama and President Hollande wrote about how their deepening partnership offers a model for international cooperation.
On Monday night's episode of The Colbert Report, Stephen Colbert brilliantly took down conservatives's positions on the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Fox News managed to insult and demean our nation's veterans today by claiming that Obamacare is worse than the Iraq War.
As the nation remembers the American lives lost at the hands of a terrorist gang, they should take stock of the damage that an incompetent Bush administration caused this country.
On Monday, Rep. Jim Bridenstine (R-Okla.), forgot not only President Bush but his fellow ethically-challenged House Republicans, and excoriated President Barack Obama from the House floor.
A coward leveled blame on President Obama for the plight of Veterans who survived the perils of war only to give up and end their own lives at home.
This month, an article argued the Iraq War was the single worst foreign policy decision in US history. This may be more than just hyperbole.
Most Americans do not object to debt when they receive something in return such as road or schools, but a great deal of America's debt is for wars that only benefit the military industrial complex.
The real reason why Republicans hate Chuck Hagel is that he was one of the few elected officials on either side of the aisle who had the courage and conviction to speak his mind on the Iraq invasion.
If Willard Romney controls the world's most powerful military will repeat the Iraq and Afghanistan disasters because he is, after all, just George W. Bush with magic underwear.
If Romney were not a coward, he would campaign as Bush incarnate and promise voters to exceed Bush's malfeasance and record of unprovoked war and economic destruction.
John McCain is a war hero, and advocates permanent wars regardless the cost in lives and drain on the economy. He also knows that allowing gays to serve in the military is wrong, regardless that a majority of Americans, the Pentagon, and service members support repealing DADT. McCain also doesn’t want an end to the war in Afghanistan because he has gross memory loss regarding the Iraq war.