Iraqi "democracy" is already dead.December 17 2011 at 9:47 PM
|Loki Luv, MD° (no login)|
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Remember, Nuri "El Malarkey" LOST last year's election, refused to step down, threatened that sectarian viloence would return in spades if his opponent took office, and then pretty much used his influence to nullify the election results & install himself for a second term. Now he's pulled the typical dictator move of taking control of the Iraqi army and police forces, and is being accused of arresting political opponents.
The whole misadventure was a colossal waste of money, a tragic waste of the lives of the troops who died or were mauled for the vainglorious lunacy of that traitorous Texas fuckwit and his vile cohort of controllers/cronies, and a foreign policy blunder which prolonged the conflict we're still fighting against our real enemies, removed the primary regional bulwark against Iran, and hopefully won't result in friggin' World War 3 !
The more I think about it, the more I can't help but feel that firing squads are too good for that whole damned Bush gang. They should all just be hanged in some dim, dank underground parking garage like Saddam was, then thrown into some anonymous hole and left to rot in ignominious obscurity !