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'''Iraqi troop withdrawal''' has been a hot political issue for the United States almost from the moment allied troops invaded the country. The two main ideas have been:
 
'''Iraqi troop withdrawal''' has been a hot political issue for the United States almost from the moment allied troops invaded the country. The two main ideas have been:
* unconditional withdrawal on a set timetable
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* unconditional withdrawal on a set timetable, or else
 
* withdrawal based on conditions on the ground
 
* withdrawal based on conditions on the ground
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Democrats favor unconditional withdrawal.<ref>[[Marty Meehan]]'s plan aims to have the majority of U.S. troops out of Iraq by the summer of 2006. [http://www.brookings.edu/events/2005/0125iraq.aspx] </ref>
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Republicans say it would be better for Iraq to take into account actual conditions in Iraq.{{fact}}
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==Notes==
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Latest revision as of 20:37, 6 December 2008

Iraqi troop withdrawal has been a hot political issue for the United States almost from the moment allied troops invaded the country. The two main ideas have been:

  • unconditional withdrawal on a set timetable, or else
  • withdrawal based on conditions on the ground

Democrats favor unconditional withdrawal.[1] Republicans say it would be better for Iraq to take into account actual conditions in Iraq.[Citation Needed]

Notes

  1. Marty Meehan's plan aims to have the majority of U.S. troops out of Iraq by the summer of 2006. [1]