Just like the video game critics who bash a video game before they even play it, the Republicans might, you know, want to look at some facts every once in a while. Or at least Michael Steele. You know, for the chairman of the Republican committee, I'm thinking he should at least be informed at a war his party started.
Well, he proved that wrong.
"...Afghanistan is a war of Obama's choosing..."
Because Obama was most definitely in office when we invaded Afghanistan. While the Afghanistan war had the American support when we went in, it now has negative connotations, and the Republican party (Who else would Michael Steele represent?) is associating that with Obama. By stating he started the war.
Later in that same speech, Steele remarked, "[The war] is not something the United States had actively prosecuted or wanted to engage in..."
Because approving the first invasion of a foreign country doesn't signal a want to engage in at all. Nope. No way.
Just a suggestion. Do some basic research before you bash. It's generally a good idea, you know.