The withdrawal left the country vulnerable to al Qaeda and its affiliates, and the cities of Fallujah and Ramadi have been retaken by extremists. Some of the fiercest fighting of the war occurred in those two cities, and now veterans and their families are expressing anger that their sacrifices have not been honored by the Obama administration.
"It's disgusting to me that we have a man who sits in the White House, whose title is commander-in-chief. I can't call him a commander-in-chief because he doesn't act that way, he doesn't lead our troops, he doesn't support them. I'm sick and tired of our troops being used as a political pawn," she said