Obama's Devastating 2006 Antiwar Performance– Now on YouTube

If you hope for a candidate who will bring defeat, retreat, shame, genocide and disaster– Barack Obama is your man.

Back in 2006, when the the country was tiring of the War in Iraq and the situation looked bleak, Barack Obama was one of the loudest Democratic voices pushing for surrender.

Here is the devastating performance he gave in Chicago on how best to declare defeat and surrender Iraq to Al-Qaeda:

Another WilyBCoyote video via LGF

William Amos discovered this devastating speech by Barack Obama in November 2006.
He had been to Iraq once at that time and was ready to surrender Iraq to Al-Qaeda and Iran.

Thank God we had George W. Bush as Commander in Chief and not a war loser like Obama.
Here is the transcript of the speech by Senator Obama on surrender that he gave in Chicago on November 20, 2006:

Dreams of democracy and hopes for a perfect government are now just that – dreams and hopes.

We must instead turn our focus to those concrete objectives that are possible to attain – namely, preventing Iraq from becoming what Afghanistan once was, maintaining our influence in the Middle East, and forging a political settlement to stop the sectarian violence so that our troops can come home.

There is no reason to believe that more of the same will achieve these objectives in Iraq. And, while some have proposed escalating this war by adding thousands of more troops, there is little reason to believe that this will achieve these results either. It’s not clear that these troop levels are sustainable for a significant period of time, and according to our commanders on the ground, adding American forces will only relieve the Iraqis from doing more on their own. Moreover, without a coherent strategy or better cooperation from the Iraqis, we would only be putting more of our soldiers in the crossfire of a civil war.

Let me underscore this point. The American soldiers I met when I traveled to Iraq this year were performing their duties with bravery, with brilliance, and without question. They are doing so today. They have battled insurgents, secured cities, and maintained some semblance of order in Iraq. But even as they have carried out their responsibilities with excellence and valor, they have also told me that there is no military solution to this war. Our troops can help suppress the violence, but they cannot solve its root causes. And all the troops in the world won’t be able to force Shia, Sunni, and Kurd to sit down at a table, resolve their differences, and forge a lasting peace.

I have long said that the only solution in Iraq is a political one. To reach such a solution, we must communicate clearly and effectively to the factions in Iraq that the days of asking, urging, and waiting for them to take control of their own country are coming to an end.

If there was ever a piece of evidence that showed how Barack Obama is not able to lead this great nation, this speech was it.

Fortunately for Obama, the mainstream media has not found this speech yet.
It’s hidden on his website.

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