This, BTW removes any doubt I had about who Bushco wants to win this election

From Political Punch

A Bush administration official with knowledge of the meeting says that during the meeting Obama stressed to Maliki that he would not interfere with President Bush’s negotiations concerning the US troop presence in Iraq, and that he supports the Bush administration’s position on the need to negotiate as soon as possible the Status of Forces Agreement, which deals with among other matters US troops having immunity from local prosecution.

I already knew that Hagel (majority shareholder in ES&S) was an Obama supporter. Now more comes to light. Explains the media.

Which is strange as it contradicts Obama’s own words


Hot Air takes on this and one comment there clears issues for me

The point is that Obama new that you couldnt split the 2 agreements. So jumped on one that “perhaps” you could put off and at the same time knock the knees out from the other:

That Obama was aware that the two accords couldn’ t be separated is clear in his words to NBC:

So basically he knew that putting one off would inevitably put off the other. That’s like me calling my mechanic and asking him to put off taking out the heads from the motor but go ahead and replace the pistons.

Update September 24

Bush helps Obama again

“A few moments ago, President Bush called Senator Obama and asked him to attend a meeting in Washington tomorrow, which he agreed to do.

Update October 10

It seems Iraqgate started as soon as the primaries concluded

Mr. Obama’s conversations with the Iraqi leaders, confirmed to The Washington Times by his campaign aides, began just two weeks after he clinched the Democratic presidential nomination in June and stirred controversy over the appropriateness of a White House candidate’s contacts with foreign governments while the sitting president is conducting a war.

Update October 29

It appears that W’s very partisan DOJ enables another theft for BO