“It is harder to end a war than to begin one,” zionist-backed Obama said in his speech to about 3,000 soldiers gathered at Fort Bragg, North Carolina on Wednesday, Reuters reported.
Obama also said that the final work for United States military to leave Iraq has been done, and the last troops will leave the country in the next few days.
“Of course, Iraq is not a perfect place. But we are leaving behind a sovereign, stable, and self-reliant Iraq, with a representative government that was elected by its people,” he added.
Meanwhile, Mitt Romney, one of the leading Republican presidential candidates, sent an open letter to Obama criticizing the unemployment rate of war veterans.
According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, unemployment for veterans who fought in Iraq and Afghanistan is higher than the national average. Their rate of unemployment is rated at about 12 percent as opposed to the 9 percent nationwide average.
“It is time for a fundamental change of direction. If you won’t or can’t lead our country out of the economic morass you’ve deepened, then I would suggest that it’s time for you to go”, Romney wrote.