Obama Wants Voters to Take Action on Iraq

Speaking to a crowd in Nevada, Sen. Barack ObamaBarack ObamaClinton to call on Black Lives Matter at Dem convention The youth vote—a unicorn worth hunting in 2016 Instead of being bold, Clinton errs in picking Kaine MORE told voters to urge their Congressmen and Senators to support a timetable withdrawal of U.S. forces from Iraq - a Congressional measure President Bush vetoed shortly after.

"George bush vetoed it, and he said Iraq is going to be like Korea, that we are going to be there for decades," Obama said. "That is not acceptable."

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