You need another lesson???? No prob, Cry Hatcher Soooo.......still no 'lies' you can refute? You must be pretty stupid, huh? Let's go through this proof that Obama was all for ISIS..... Now....focus like a laser, you dunce.....and see if you can find any 'lies.' You can try to talk you way around the truth...but I can prove what I said: Obama was given three years, by Bush, to get an agreement. General Barbero: ".... and we did not try hard enough..." Obama stated that he wanted no agreement and wouldn't leave any troops. When it became evident that he was leaving Iraq for ISIS.....he suddenly agreed that he didn't need any agreement...and sent troops back: "...this time around, Obama is willing to accept an agreement from Iraq’s foreign ministry..." Obama arranged for the field to be left open for ISIS. 1. Bush made sure that the community organizer had until 2012 to work out an agreement: "In one of his final acts in office, President Bush in December of 2008 had signed a Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA) with the Iraqi government thatset the clock ticking on ending the war he’d launched in March of 2003. The SOFA provided a legal basis for the presence of U.S. forces in Iraq after the United Nations Security Council mandate for the occupation mission expired at the end of 2008. But it required that all U.S. forces be gone from Iraq by January 1, 2012, unless the Iraqi government was willing to negotiate a new agreement that would extend their mandate. " Iraq 8217 s Government Not Obama Called Time on the U.S. Troop Presence TIME.com 2." BLITZER: -- Agreement that would have left a residual force, 5,000 or 10,000 U.S. troops, but you couldn't get immunity from Nuri al Maliki's government. Take us behind the scenes, clarify, who's right, John McCain or Jay Carney, in this debate. BARBERO: Well, in the summer of 2010, prepared a briefing, I was responsible for Iraqi security forces, andtook it to all the Iraqi leaders, Maliki, the other Shia leaders, the Sunnis, the Kurds, and said here is going to be the status of your security forces, what they cannot do, what they will be able to do, when we're schedule to leave. And to a man they said, well, general, you must stay.And my response was, you must make it easy for us. So I think Maliki did not make it easy for us and we did not try hard enough. So it's a -- both views. I think it could have been done though." CNN.com - Transcripts 3. "Obama's 2012 Debate Boast: I Didn't Want to Leave Any Troops in Iraq Obama then denied that he ever supported a status of forces agreement that would have left troops in Iraq: MR. ROMNEY: [W]ith regards to Iraq, you and I agreed, I believe, that there should have been a status of forces agreement. Did you — PRESIDENT OBAMA: That's not true. MR. ROMNEY: Oh, you didn't — you didn't want a status of forces agreement? PRESIDENT OBAMA: No, but what I — what I would not have done is left 10,000 troops in Iraq that would tie us down. That certainly would not help us in the Middle East. "Here's one thing I've learned as commander in chief," Obama said at the end of the exchange. "You've got to be clear, both to our allies and our enemies, about where you stand and what you mean." Obama s 2012 Debate Boast I Didn t Want to Leave Any Troops in Iraq The Weekly Standard 4. And this: "This month, Colin Kahl, the senior Pentagon official in charge of Iraq policy at the time, explained why the White House insisted on Iraq’s parliament approving the changes to the SOFA. He wrote in Politico Magazine that in 2011 Iraq’s prime minister, Nouri al-Maliki, “told U.S. negotiators that he was willing to sign an executive memorandum of understanding that included these legal protections. Yet this time around, Obama is willing to accept an agreement from Iraq’s foreign ministry on U.S. forces in Iraq without a vote of Iraq’s parliament. “We believe we need a separate set of assurances from the Iraqis,” one senior U.S. defense official told The Daily Beast on Sunday. This official said this would likely be an agreement or exchange of diplomatic notes from the Iraq’s foreign ministry. “We basically need a piece of paper from them,” another U.S. official involved in the negotiations told The Daily Beast. The official didn’t explain why the parliamentary vote, so crucial three years ago, was no longer needed.” Obama Does a U-Turn on Immunity for U.S. Troops in Iraq - The Daily Beast Obama rejected it. Now....don't ever let me catch you lying about Obama's culpability again! 1. Bush left Iraq with an agreement that allowed US troops to remain until 2012. 2. The windbag, Obama took charge in 2009 3. Obama declined to negotiate a Status of Forces agreement that would have left troops, and he actually removed same before he had to. 4. Political landscapes, like nature, abhor a vacuum. 5. Therefore, through Obama's efforts, ISIS had free reign. QED Isis: In Iraq Because Of Obama Don't forget.....if you can't refute what I posted.....then you're the liar.