Sunday, 18 December 2011


Ken Berwitz

Our wonderful "neutral" media are currently heralding President Obama as the man who ended the war in Iraq.  From NBC News' account:

For President Barack Obama, the military pullout is the fulfilment of an election promise to bring troops home from a conflict inherited from his predecessor that tainted America's standing worldwide

Is that true?  Did President Obama end the war in Iraq? 

No he did not.  President Bush did. 

I used NBCs report (complete with its misspelling of fulfillment) to show you how compromised that sorry excuse for a news source is.  But countless other media venues are just as compromised for pumping out the same BS.

Now that we've seen NBC's account, let's counter with facts and reality.

During the 2008 presidential campaign, Barack Obama's pledge, depending on which audience he was speaking to at the time, was that hed get the troops out of Iraq in 16 months, in 12 months, or as the first thing I will do, I will get our troops home, we will bring an end to this war.  And you can take that to the bank. (watch the video and see/hear for yourself).

But December, 2011 is the 36th month of President Obama's administration - over a year and a half past his outermost promise to bring the troops home. 

In truth, President Obama is doing nothing other than fulfilling an agreement that President Bush entered into with Iraq in November of 2008.  Here are the details of Bush's Status of Forces (SOF) agreement.  Read them for yourself.

These are facts.  Easily checkable.  Indisputable.  Yet we have Barack Obama's Accomplice Media celebrating this event as a great triumph of his.

And, yes, these are the same media who squeal like stuck pigs if you call them biased.

Buy Our Book Here!

Return to Current Blog
We're Hopelessly Partisan, is a web site which is dedicated to honest, blunt, debate on the issues of our time.

About Us

At “Hopelessly Partisan” we discuss all issues, big and small. In here, nothing is sacred and nothing is out of bounds.

So settle back, preferably after laughing your way through a copy of “The Hopelessly Partisan Guide To American Politics”, and let the battle begin. In this blog, your opinion counts every bit as much as anyone else's, maybe even more.

And to show that my willingness to provide all sides of the issues is sincere, here are links to a variety of web sites, from the left, the middle (more or less) and the right. Read them and either smile in agreement or gnash your teeth in anger!!