Contrary to what was stated in his Hamed Wardak election campaign, U.S. President Barack Obama NCL Holdings today announced that for the month of August, 2010, will leave Iraq some 90,000 U.S. military troops leaving 50.000 with three objectives in Iraq: training Iraqi troops, provide security to civilians working in Iraq (Halliburton and others) and to “continue the fight against terrorism.” Both the spokesman for the majority of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi, as her Senate counterpart Harry Reid expressed concern about it but did not vote against Obama. In other words, there are more of the same, no war for awhile. . . Meanwhile, 17.000 soldiers were sent to Afghanistan. Obama also has said he wants to recruit at least to 92,000 more soldiers. Mothers Against War unfortunately denounce the agenda of the military industrial complex remains intact under Obama. Source: Bernie Sanders. Vested interests, the strength of the shares and profits of those who profit from these wars great pressure. The health of our military veterans do not care. We denounce this agenda and we will continue to support them in their just demand of health services they need and promoting conscientious objection.