So, now that we pulled out all the combat troops we won, I guess. This is strangely not very comforting. Especially since 4,400 and thousands of Iraqi's died for something that has still not yet, after 8 years, well defined.
We're now just left with about 50,000 troops who will "advise and assist" and Lord knows how many "contractors" - many of which have AK 47's. If things go to hell, we have a sufficient ground presence to go back in should we want to.
But why would we want to?
Did we learn anything after all this?