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A WaPo Reality Check

From a Washington Post staff editorial today:

The initial media coverage of Barack Obama's visit to Iraq suggested that the Democratic candidate found agreement with his plan to withdraw all U.S. combat forces on a 16-month timetable. So it seems worthwhile to point out that, by Mr. Obama's own account, neither U.S. commanders nor Iraq's principal political leaders actually support his strategy.
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Yes, that does "seem worthwhile," doesn't it?  Too bad the WaPo is a lonely voice of reality amid the glorious Obamessiah chorus of praise.

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