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Bush on Iraq

” [Iraqi differences] will be resolved through debate and persuasion instead of force and intimidation…The free people of Iraq are now doing what Saddam Hussein never could: making Iraq a positive example for the entire Middle East.”

What are insurgents and daily violence again? Seems the Commander in Chief forgot, or just isn’t reading the paper since there are no papers conservative enough for him.

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March 30, 2005 - Posted by | The Progressive Movement

3 Comments »

  1. It seems as if you are the one that has not been paying attention. The insurgency is rapidly losing grounds. But as everyone knows, the tighter the box they are in, the more vicious they will fight. Even the New York Times had to pay attention to the change in attitude of the people of Iraq after the Jan 30th election. The Idea that Iraq, and the future of Iraq, is now in their hands is becoming more and more widespread, and as the insurgents move from attacking Americans to attacking Iraqis, they are losing more and more support. Even several of the leading Sunni Clerics are starting to abandon the insurgents.

    For a VERY insightful view of what life is really like in Iraq, go here:

    http://democracyiniraq.blogspot.com

    Comment by ÐÇRøçk§ | March 30, 2005 | Reply

  2. http://iraqthemodel.blogspot.com/ Iraq the model has to be the best.

    Actually, if there are no more U.S. deaths in Iraq over the next two days, it would be the second best month since the invasion.

    Comment by Anonymous | March 30, 2005 | Reply

  3. I take it back, the third best month, two short of the second.

    Comment by Anonymous | March 30, 2005 | Reply


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