Now they're either mad at us because (A) we were right about Obama or (B) we were right about Bush or (C) All the above. Thank you thank you....we were all - right alright. Bush was and is a hero and Obama can't hold his Texas sized Jock.
I Also know this, that if they were half this civilized (which is still nothing from nothing for the most part) during the Bush war years and not aiding and abetting the Iraqi insurgency trying to get the elections effected the entire time, (which they successfully did at the expense of more dead U.S. and coalition soldiers), both wars would have been over in 2005.
As for Guantanamo.
Obama can't close it or get rid of it and why?
The United States is likely to delay the withdrawal of the first large phase of combat troop from Iraq for at least a month after escalating bloodshed and political instability in the country.The US Commanding General Ray Odierno had been due to give the order within 60 days of the general election held in Iraq on 7 March, when the cross-sectarian candidate Ayad Allawi edged out the incumbent leader, Nouri al-Maliki.US officials had been prepared for delays in negotiations to form a new government, but now appear to have balked after Maliki's coalition aligned itself with the theocratic Shia bloc to the exclusion of Allawi, who attracted the bulk of the minority Sunni vote. There is also concern over interference from Iraq's neighbours, Iran, Turkey and SyriaWith sectarian tensions rising, the al-Qaida fighters in Iraq and affiliated Sunni extremist groups have mounted bombing campaigns and assassinations around the country. The violence is widely seen as an attempt to intimidate all sides of the political spectrum and press home the message to the departing US forces that militancy remains a formidable foe.General Odierno has kept a low profile since announcing the deaths of al-Qaida's two leaders in Iraq, Abu Omar al-Baghdadi and Abu Ayub al-Masri, who were killed in a combined Iraqi-US raid on 18 April. The operation was hailed then as a near fatal blow against al-Qaida, but violence has intensified ever since.All US combat forces are due to leave Iraq by 31 August, a date the Obama administration is keen to observe as the US president sends greater reinforcements to fight the Taliban in Afghanistan – a campaign he has set apart from the Iraq war, by describing it as "just".