The US House of Representatives has voted for a complete troop pull-out from Iraq which should start immediately.
Senators are "very concerned" about the rising number of US-Iraqi children being born out of wedlock, and had recently set up a commission to look into the problem.
Investigators found that, rather than withdrawing at the most crucial time, a large proportion of US troops climaxed whilst still inside their Iraqi 'partners', resulting, nine months later, in the patter of tiny feet.
In the whole of the period 2002-2006, 308 children with US fathers were born to Iraqi women, but last year this figure rose to a staggering 716 children, and the voices at the Pentagon have now called for a full withdrawal.
Senate Majority Leader, Harry Reid, a Democrat, said:
"It's time for the President to listen to the American people and do what's right for the nation. That means pulling out at the right time. We all know when that is."