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Freitag, Dezember 12, 2003
About half Iraqi army has quit?
What? What does that mean, they have quit?
As the CNN reports, while Bush is barring war opponents (like Germany) economically more and more Iraqi soldiers of the new built army quit for several reasons.
I'm pretty confused by what this George W. Bush is doing. Wasn't he on the phone just this week, talking to Schroeder and Chirac about their help in Iraq? Haven't they been negotiating who could help in what way and with how much money? So what is that? He won't be able to do this without the "Old Europe" and the other war-opponents, as we see. The process is going way too slow and having built a new Army was one progress on a long list of yet to do steps.
Falling back now, also with that just produces one victim. The most innocent of it all - Iraqi people.
How many of the US citizens still support their president in his Iraq politics???