"We were okay with you being here until Hancock came out...now, you must leave." (c) Prime Minister Ali al-Dabbaugh
While Barack Obama and John McCain are fighting over what should be the future course of action in Iraq, the one group of people who should have a say have finally said enough is enough.
The prime minister of Iraq has demanded that any future plans for the governing of the country should include a definite timetable for U.S. troop withdrawal.
Ali al-Dabbaugh said that the withdrawal should depend on the state of security in Iraq, but he believes that a full withdrawal is possible by 2011 or 2012.
President George Bush has reportedly rejected this proposal (hey, he didn't leave the White House when we asked him to either, this is par for the course).