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August 14, 2007

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damiiraqi

OMG! the government is not doing anything they are just sitting there and taking money from iraq while people are dying at high rates! my god bless iraq and may god damn those who cause all the trouble!

ALEANDRO VEGAS

US WOULD WANT TO LEAVE VERY SOON - HOWEVER THEN THE SHIA AND THEIR IRAN PUPPETEERS WOULD TAKE FULL CONTROL - NOW THERE ARE ONLY TWO CHOICES FOR IRAQ AND ONE IS TO BECOME THE SLAVES TO TEHRAN - NOTHING GOOD EVER CAME OUT OF PERSIA

YES IT IS 4 YEARS - AND YOU LOOK AMERICA TOOK 300 YEARS TO START SO WE STILL NEED SOME TIME - FREEDOM IS NOT FREE AND SOMEONE MUST PAY THE COST

I SAY PUT A CHRISTIAN LEADER THERE, KICK OUT THE STUPID PERSIANS AND SYRIANS AND THEN ASK AMERICA TO LEAVE

I SPENT TWO AND HALF YEARS IN BAGHDAD AND I FOUND THE PEOPLE WONDERFUL BUT THE GOVERNMENT SUCKS, GET RID OF THE IGNORANT SHIA LEADER AND GET SOMEONE SMART FOR A CHANGE !!!!

Joseph Conrad

Mr. or Ms. 'NO', kindly understand the US has fully funded and delivered all necessary weapons to EVERY RADICAL MUSLIM GROUP SINCE THE 1950'S! In the 1980's, US & SAUDI CASH created Osama bin-Laden, Al-Qaeda & the Taliban! Oh yes. The US has been funding Saudi's Sunni Wahhabis coming to Iraq as 'Al-Qaeda of Iraq' to stir up discord & CHAOS in Iraq.

The US-written 'HydroCarbon Law' is all about the OIL and nothing about restoring the Iraqi Nation to its People!

LJM

I just read the translation for the Shia/Kurdish agreement. For the most part, it looks good. I wish it promised the wealth Iraq holds to the daughters as well as the sons of Iraq, but maybe that was an oversight. Now, if only the people who have agreed to this can actually make it happen. They are the ones in control of the government. They need to come through on the promise for security and services for all the people of Iraq when the sun rises. This will show they can actually do something. If they can show that they are able to do this, then perhaps those who didn't want to be part of this meeting will consider taking part in the next one.

Susan

And NO to any more interference from US interests/politicians/officials/military.

Susan

And NO to any more interference from US interests/politicians/officials/military.

Susan

And NO to any more interference from US interests/politicians/officials/military.

LJM

I'm not sure what sort of government you have in Iraq right now outside of civil war. Whatever it is, it's not really a democracy. The Kurds can't wait to have their own "stan" and the Shia in the south are fighting each other for the power to control Basra. The Sunnis are being pushed into Al Anbar from how it looks on the map of ethnic cleansing. I agree that this cast of characters can have a million meetings and not reach agreement. Iraq needs new leadership. It looks like the same old guys are in power who have always pulled their parties strings. Perhaps it's time for some new blood in leadership in Iraq.

By the way, about those suicide bombers driving tanker trucks near the border with Syria, how did they get tanker trucks? These people are sick.

Laura

I'm with you Laith. I will add my voice to yours in saying to U.S. politicians: no. No more surge. No more war crimes (and bombing occupied territories is a WAR CRIME--not simply backing up ground forces). No "nine or ten years" more occupation. No permanent bases. No more lies about Iran supporting Al Qaeda in Iraq (puh-leeze). No more excuses.

I hope and pray for the day when more and more people say yes. Yes to peace. Yes to talking to one another. Yes to caring about each other as we care about our children and our parents. Yes to differences. And, especially, in my country yes for admitting what we have done wrong, and yes for reparation.

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