And once again, Americans look to the exits and ask: “Can we go now?”
Barack Obama promised combat troops out in 16 months. That’s summer, 2010. The Bush administration committed to an exit by the end of 2011. Meanwhile, it’s costing $10 billion a month, and we’ve got other problems.
This hour, On Point: Iraq — when can we go?Guests:
Sudarsan Raghavan, Baghdad bureau chief of The Washington Post.
This program aired on February 2, 2009.