If you were wondering how Glenn Greenwald was going to figure out a way to not give an ounce of credit to the Obama Administration for fulfilling the progressive dream of pulling all American troops out of Iraq, oh boy are you not gonna be disappointed.
The answer is so flawless in its Greenwaldian-ness that it borders on self-parody.
Apparently, not only does President Obama not deserve any recognition for effectively ending the war -- the guy who was truly behind the pullout, the one the government doesn't really want, is (of course) American martyr Bradley Manning.
You know something? I'm not even linking to the piece. It's over at Salon -- feel free to find it yourself.