Thanks, George.

Is there anything more to say? Whatever you may feel, you have to accept that the United States under George W. Bush gave the Iraqi people something they really wanted, an election. And, with all of the nay saying by those for whom the only cause that is impetus to action is the removal of George W. Bush, there was huge participation. With an estimated nationwide turnout of 72 percent, is there any other way to describe this other than success?

It is unfortunate that some would want this to fail, and that some will call it a failure no matter what happens, but what do you expect when for some it is just a bit of Clear Politics. Peace and democracy in that part of the world? History would write George W. with a kind eye, and many will remember he was not a (D)emocrat, as many forget, Lincoln was not a (D)emocrat either. (Is there an emancipating theme?)

posted at 08:43:02 on 01/31/05 by clearpolitics - Category: War - [Permalink]

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Sara Jordan wrote:

"We will build a statue for Bush," said Ali Fadel, the former provincial council chairman. "He is the symbol of freedom."

"We have a lot of work and we are especially grateful to the soldiers of the U.S.A. for freeing our country of tyranny," Fadel said.

This says it all.
01/31/05 13:32:49

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