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I wonder if recent kills’, Obama sending home the troops from Iraq after 9 years give or take, will soften the blow of him signing 3 New free-trade agreements?


Hmmmmm, I know this sounds crazy but makes you wonder about the recent ‘ kills of ‘most wanted  dangerous,enemies’ Osma bin-Laden and Anwar al-Awlaki, pulling the Troops out of Iraq by the end of the year.  America, much of the World is happy only to later have 3 brand spanking new FTA signed today with South Korea, Panama and Colombia.
Will the ‘good deeds’ make up for this?  I think not!
shera~ 

  1. President Barack Obama says Osama bin Laden, the glowering mastermind behind the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks that killed thousands of Americans, was killed in an operation led by the United States.  Speaking from the White House in a late night address, Obama said a small team of Americans launched a targeted operation that he approved. He said no Americans or civilians were killed. Bin Laden’s body was retrieved after a brief firefight.more
  2.   Anwar al-Awlaki
  3.  was the driving force behind al-Qaida‘s English-language magazine.Second, while Awlaki’s death eliminates an important al-Qaida propagandist and recruiter (and also, lately, an operative), it is no cause to relax our global efforts. His terrorist sandals may momentarily seem hard to fill, but as history sadly demonstrates, not impossibly so. Vladimir Lenin’s death did not bring the end of Bolshevism; it brought Joseph Stalin.more
  4.  (bonus kill) Samir Khan, 25, was among the five people with Awlaki before a US drone hit a convoy which the leader was joining, according to US and Yemeni officials. Khan, a US citizen from North Carolina with a Pakistani background, was the man behind Inspire, which offered a heady mix of Qur’anic commentary, propaganda and tips on bomb-making and encryption to aspiring jihadis.

(another bonus kill #2, even if he didn’t do it)Muammar Gaddafi  has been killed after National Transitional Council fighters overran loyalist defences in the toppled Libyan leader’s hometown and final stronghold of Sirte.  But questions remained on Thursday over the circumstances of Gaddafi’s death as footage appeared to show he had been captured alive, following an apparent attempt to flee the besieged coastal city in a convoy which came under fire from French warplanes and a US drone aircraft.  Other footage showed Gaddafi’s lifeless and bloodied body being dragged along a road.
 He’s Bringing The Soldiers Home From Iraq By The End Of 2011

(Reuters) – President Barack Obama vowed on Friday to pull all U.S. troops from Iraq this year, symbolically ending the war but dashing U.S. hopes of leaving a few thousand troops to buttress a still shaky Iraq and offset neighboring Iran’s influence.  After months of negotiations with officials in Baghdad failed to reach an agreement to keep possibly thousands of U.S. troops in Iraq as trainers, Obama announced he would stick to plans to pull out the remaining force of 40,000 by year’s end.
“After nearly nine years, America’s war in Iraq will be over,” Obama told reporters.
The announcement was a milestone more than 8 1/2 years after the Bush administration led the invasion to topple Saddam Hussein based on warnings of weapons of mass destruction that turned out not to exist.
Obama made his announcement after a video conference with Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki. He said the two leaders agreed to stick to an earlier arrangement to pull the remaining U.S. troops by year’s end.  The prospect of extending the troop presence was very sensitive for Iraq’s fractured political elite.
Maliki, heading a tenuous coalition including politicians vehemently opposed to foreign troops, eventually advocated a training presence but rejected any legal immunity for U.S. soldiers. Those terms were deemed unacceptable in Washington.

About that Iraq withdrawal

To perhaps soften the blow of signing 3 New FTA


President Obama signed into law free-trade agreements with South Korea, Panama and Colombia  on Friday. The signing began at 9:40 a.m. and lasted roughly 15 minutes, a White House official told the pooler.
The president was originally scheduled to deliver remarks on the trade pacts — instead, he is now set to “drop by” a closed press reception in the Rose Garden after signing the bills.
In the afternoon, the president will honor the recipients of the 2010 National Medals of Science and National Medals of Technology and Innovation at the White House in an East Room ceremony.

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