Analysts: U.S. election return to the arena controversial withdrawal from Iraq

Analysts: U.S. election return to the arena controversial withdrawal from Iraq

Thursday July 26, 2012

Agencies –
While burning the fever of competition in the U.S. election between Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama, accusing Romney of Obama and his team to expose the lives of U.S. soldiers to Alkhtran by leaking information regarding the killing of al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden, and confirmation of Romney said the leak was a big mistake It aims to get political gains, the importance of Iraq in the U.S. elections, although they still fell especially from the viewpoint of many Americans, especially Republicans accuse Obama as the reason behind the loss of U.S. influence in Iraq because of early withdrawal.

In this regard refers Thomas Basil, who worked as a consultant in the (CPA) in Baghdad between 2003 and 2004 in an article published by The Washington Post that “the United States because of Obama learn the harsh lesson in Iraq, the most difficult way.”

Basil asserts that “the Americans have lost influence in the Middle East when he decided to Obama leaving Baghdad.”

According to Basil, the election season rages, but “the Iraqi file has become like any other issue, mocking way that serves the election campaign.”

In this regard, see Rashid Alckheon writer that “in order to win the presidency, Obama has put Iraq in the wind, and is now between existence and non existence as a nation, Taatqazvh passions.”

He continues, “Americans did not leave only destruction and billions in funds disappeared at the hands of the staff of the occupation.”

Alckheon and limp on the years of occupation and says “It was the invasion of the American army to Baghdad and topple the regime in this way, the implementation of what they called creative chaos, brought ruin on Iraq, not to mention the period of the siege, which had a well-known purposes and agendas.”

And about the U.S. withdrawal Alckheon says “not less harmful, Valomercan abandon moral responsibility they have to protect the state and the reconstruction after the fall of the regime, for example, in beaten recklessness and absolve themselves of their historical responsibility.”

But Basil points out that the situation in Iraq was not the stability of the end when Obama decided to withdraw and give up any part determine the future of the country.

He continues, “It’s to make way for Republicans to open a front against the U.S. administration in the field of foreign policy of this administration, because I left Iraq in the wind.”

It is worth mentioning that the American military intervention in Iraq formally ended in December 15 December, 2011, and carried out a promise President Obama launched his campaign.

On the other hand sees Khairallah Khairallah Lebanese writer that the United States has lost influence in Iraq at the moment in which it decided to withdraw militarily from the country.

He continues, “not the fault of Obama’s fault that Bush decided to enter the Iraqi adventure without coordination with the neighboring Arab states.”

Khairallah and goes, “it was clear that Iran would be the only victor of the U.S. war on Iraq. America is reaping what he has sown Bush Jr., but without this meaning that getting rid of Saddam Hussein and his regime was not the right decision.”

But Basil limp on the agenda of the election campaign in 2012, stressing that no matter how focused the agenda on file unemployment, the economy and debt, we should not be surprised if they came back the specter of the Iraq war Kachkalah to crystallize the elections and win the battle of mobilizing the vote.

But the writer and academic Osama Osman does not see “in the U.S. withdrawal from Iraq in implementation of the promises Obama only, or for electoral gain, but there is a U.S. strategy had begun to take shape since the recommendations of the Baker-Hamilton, in the reign of Bush Jr., has included Republicans and Democrats.”
Source: alrayy