So, Hillary's due to concede the Democratic nomination this week.
I can't really say that I'll miss her, but I am intrigued by the happenings.
There were two Democratic candidates who supported troop withdrawal in Iraq by leaving a residual force behind, most likely in Kurdistan - Joe Biden and HRC herself. Now, they're both out of the race.
Obama does NOT support a permanent troop presence in Iraq.
McCain, on the other hand, quite famously said that he supports the troop presence in Iraq for 100 years. This sound good, but the problem is that I fear that McCain sees victory in Iraq as victory for Iraq.
By that I mean that he - and most war supporters - expect Iraq to stay intact; partition would be a type of defeat.
I'll be waiting for the candidates to discuss alternative action plans for Iraq, but I won't be holding my breath or anything. I don't expect much.