Turning the US auto-industry and ending the war in Iraq are some of the accomplishments of the administration of Barack Obama.
He was the first African American President, and he ended the war in Iraq, except for the peacekeepers.
Barack Obama does not like the war.
president obama did what republicanes could not do got our troops our iraq and killed osama ben laden
Barack Obama has been very supportive of the US military, as has his wife Michelle. Both the Obamas have tried to improve conditions for military families, and Mr. Obama ended the war in Iraq and brought the majority of the troops home. The president has also had a positive relationship with both of his secretaries of defense, one of whom was a Republican and the other a Democrat.
The president always opposed the war in Iraq when he was a senator, and he campaigned for president promising to remove the remaining combat troops from Iraq. He has kept his promise in that regard.
Obama wants to make peace with Iraq so there is no more war
lukes troops are barack obamas d!cks/ballz to invade iraq
In 2008, he promised to try to change politics in Washington, and to end the war in Iraq.
Yes. Barack Obama officially called an end to the Iraq War and set deadlines for bringing troops home. Although as of this time many troops still remain in Iraq. The war in Afghanistan continues today (November 2010) and Obama approved a surge in troops in Dec 2009.
Answer 1He promised when he was elected president that he would end our involvement in Iraq, and that is exactly what he did.Answer 2It is unclear what the question is asking. If it is asking if Barack Obama has the power to send soldiers to Iraq and he has the power to stop the war in Iraq, then yes. As president of the United States he has the power to move troops wherever he desires. He also has the power to end military engagements. If the question is whether Barack Obama can do both actions at the same, then no. Sending soldiers to a foreign nation would not stop a war, it would start one.