Saturday, July 01, 2006

But Another School Opened

Electrical grid since occupation: Worse
Water: Worse
Oil Output: Worse

"Why doesn't the media print the good news?"

Maybe because any time the Iraqis forget for a moment how much worse the infrastructure is under occupation, something like this happens:

66 killed in car bombing at Baghdad market: Yahoo! News

"A parked car bomb exploded at a popular outdoor market Saturday in a Shiite slum in Baghdad, killing at least 66 people and wounding dozens, authorities said. It was the bloodiest attack to hit Iraq since the death of terror leader Abu Musab al-Zarqawi."

Of course, you know O'Lielly's solution:

"That's me. President O'Reilly, curfew in Ramadi, 7 o'clock at night. You're on the street, you're dead. I shoot you right between the eyes. OK?

That's how I'd run that country -- just like Saddam ran it. Saddam didn't have explosions. He didn't have bombers, did he? Because if you got out of line, you're dead.

Now, is that the kind of country I want for Iraq? No. But you have to have that for a few months to stabilize the situation so the Iraqi government can get organized, can get security in place and get the structure going."

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