Is Iraq still in bankruptcy?
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We are still in Iraq because we can be!
The us is in Iraq to police if we were not there there would be hevier battles and perhaps the [WMD]s would be let go.
To restore law, order, and stability to the region.
Honestly all i can say is that we will always be in Iraq and to why we are still fighting its because people are still getting killed.
We're NOT at war with Iraq. The free world (at least that part which is truly free) is fighting Muslim fundamentalist extremist terrorists. Mohammed wanted the entire world Is…lamic and stated it would be done either by the carrot or the sword. They attacked us. We did NOT bring this upon us. We are fighting IN Iraq because it is easier to get a lot of terrorists there than in say, South America! We'll feed them all pork rinds insha'allah. (insha'allah means in god's will)
As of December 16, 2011, the United States has withdrawn all combattroops from Iraq, ending the international conflict. However, theIraqi insurgency has only grown and become …more violent in theabsence of American soldiers. Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki hasconsidered requesting the Americans to return to help him restorepeace to the country.
War against terrorism.
Yes, the withdrawel process and the logistics involved will more than likely take until 2011 until our forces have fully withdrawn. UPDATE: No. All US troops have been with…drawn as of December 16, 2011.
No. The United States has withdrawn from Iraq as of December 16, 2011.
Because the US military is occupying Iraq.
We're not. We're at war with the taliban, al quada and other terrorist organizations who happen to be in Iraq
In the United States bankruptcy has nothing to do with voting. Only a felony or being in prison or jail prevents you from voting. One state may allow felons in prison to vote.…
No. The leaders of Iraq are actually elected - although the elections are still somewhat flawed. Dictators stay in power as long as they want - or until they get assassinated …or are removed by a coup d'Ã©tat. The current government of Iraq is still subject to removal if they lose an election.