Yes, change we can BELIEVE in! (excerpts):  The Obama administration has decided to withdraw all US forces from Iraq by the end of the year, after failing to reach an agreement with the Iraqi government that would have left several thousand troops there for special operations and training.  President Obama and Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki spoke Friday morning to cement that agreement in a scheduled telephone call.  The two leaders also agreed to continue informally discussing the need for and the terms of a US military presence in Iraq into next year, people familiar with the agreement said.  As a result, the only US military presence that will remain in Iraq after the end of the year will be the roughly 150 troops needed to protect the large US Embassy compound in Baghdad and its thousands of American diplomats and other personnel, as well as provide training related to new military sales and other tasks.  "The rest of our troops in Iraq will come home at the end of the year," Obama said Friday at the White House.  

Commentary:  A political strategy to get reelection only - period.  As a political maneuver during his campaign to get elected in 2008, Obama absolutely promised he would pull US troops out of Iraq, just as soon as he won the election.  Well, HE RENEGED on that...until now, as it comes time for reelection!  Guess how long this withdraw is going to last?  You tell me what day the next presidential inauguration will take place, and I can tell you just about exactly when Obama will begin working on more wars and spending, to complete his goals to bring the US to her knees economically and complete his strategies in the Middle East.  Have we had enough during the last three years?  I hope so, because without change, REAL change, this great country is going down fast.  Another point to ponder: With all of the upheaval and terrorism going on in the Middle East right now and with there still being a great number of radical Muslim terrorists in Iraq, no one in their right mind would leave a single diplomat or a tiny faction of American troops behind in Iraq when our troops do pull out.  "Righteousness exalts a nation, but sin is a reproach to any people" Proverbs 14:34.  "As a roaring lion and a raging bear, so is a wicked ruler over poor people" Proverbs 28:15.  We need a God-fearing man in the White House, not a liar, or one with a Marxist-socialist agenda.