Tuesday, December 27, 2005
JUST WHAT ARE CONSERVATIVES WATCHING AND LISTENING TO OUT THERE
Less than 24 hours of my last post, I've already recieved a comment by a Conservative, who disagree with the clip.
I watched but what was this video supposed to prove.
This old video does not account for recent Iraqi polls that states more than 70 percent of Iraqis see hope for Iraq and that more than 80 percent want a democracy. There is no civil war and the claim the video made in reference to a civil war is false.
My conservative friend check out these sites, if you dare:
Here's some real information for you and your 70% and 80%.
Gunmen raided a house in southern Baghdad on Monday, killing three people, police Capt. Qassim Hussein said. Gunmen attacked the house again when police arrived to remove the bodies, wounding two officers, police said.
Gunmen in Baghdad killed a civilian driving his children to school and a professor in separate shootings, police and a hospital official said.
Gunmen abducted a Sunni police colonel in Diyala province who was a member of a Sunni political list in the parliamentary elections, said a politician on the list, Dr. Abdulalh Al-Jubori. Also in Diyala, a car bomb targeted the governor, killing a body guard, and gunmen killed a member of Diyala city council, authorities said.
Attackers blew up an oil pipeline south of Samara, 60 miles north of Baghdad, Sunday night, police Capt. Mohammed Hasan said. The pipeline has been a frequent targget of insurgents, he said.
At least 19 people were killed across Iraq on Monday, a day after bloodshed claimed 18 lives, part of an increase in violence since a relative lull in attacks around the Dec. 15 vote.
A suicide car bomber slammed into a police patrol in the capital, leaving three dead, officials said, and a suicide motorcycle bomber rammed into a Shiite funeral ceremony, killing at least two people and wounding 26, said Maj. Falah Mohamadawi of the Interior Ministry.
Four other car bombs killed at least two people and wounded 15, officials said.
Gunmen killed five officers and wounded four at a police checkpoint 30 miles north of Baghdad, a morgue official in Baqouba said.
Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Gen. Peter Pace said Sunday that the number of U.S. troops in Iraq could increase next year, not decrease, if the insurgency continued
Do you get the real picture now? Just what news are you guys getting out there.
I recall Charles Krauthammer being the spinner, apologist for Bush, saying incircumventing, President Bush didn't break the law. Bush error didn't add up to a crime.
Give me a break and give all America a break, about how you dont see this war for what it is and how you cant even see a crime, when there really is a crime. You conservative are taking blind as a bed bug to a new level.
Like the comment I made on your site, but just changed to fit the flavor. Just you keep with the nick, nack, patty, wack, following Bush lies around, and see how impeachment will bring King George down.