President Obama might have declared the combat mission over in Iraq this week, but thousands of troops and contractors remain behind in that country and troops are still moving into Afghanistan. In his speech, Obama struck a note of conciliation with President Bush, and echoed a refrain that's grown familiar now: move forward, don't look back. But Bill Fletcher, Jr. notes that Iraq wasn't a case of a war gone bad with good intentions--it was begun illegally, and handled wrong from the start. Fletcher joins us from Washington, D.C. via Skype to talk about the "end" of the war, Glenn Beck's march on Washington, and the growing popular resistance to the rhetoric from the Right. Distributed by Tubemogul.