As you recall it was exactly twelve years ago that our beloved President George Bush and the merry men of good will, Cheney and Rumsfeld, ordered the invasion of Iraq in order to rid the world of weapons of mass destruction. We were promised this simple exhibit of American power would last a few months. In fact, President Bush stood on the deck of an aircraft carrier within three months of the invasion to promise: MISSION ACCOMPLISHED. A few years have passed since that glorious day and we are in Iraq. Naturally, the new war with a group known as ISIS is all the fault of President Obama and his failed foreign policy in the Middle East. Within a few weeks a new assault will be made upon the black dressed terrorists and we can be certain this will result in an early end to the war in Iraq. When I say, the end of the war in Iraq, it is most probably the fifth time I have discussed this conclusion.
New Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter sort of told Congress that the quick end to the new invasion of Iraq might take a few extra days. ‘I wouldn’t assure anyone that this will be over or that this campaign will be over this year.” Gee, I though President Obama was going to invite George Bush to a ceremony on the deck of an aircraft carrier in order to celebrate the end of the war in Iraq. My hunch is that President Hillary Clinton will be celebrating the end of the war in Iraq in the spring of 2022. Why end a good thing that brings wealth to those who own weapon factories?