Thursday, January 18, 2007

Bush and Maliki are Getting a Divorce!

"It is clear that the marriage between the U.S. administration and the Iraqi government is on its way to end. The exchange of accusations and sharp criticism between the two former love-birds has accelerated to be the talk of the town in the last few weeks.

Between President Bush thinking the execution of Saddam Hussein last month was “fumbled” by militiamen barking in the name of their leader, Muqtada al-Sadr, and “go to hell” chanting, and Condoleezza Rice announcing that the Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki’s government is working on "borrowed time," Maliki was left to just defending his position by accusing the United States of helping to “give morale boosts for the terrorists.”

Forget about the average Iraqis, whose number is decreasing inside Iraq either because they are leaving the country or getting killed everyday, the two governments are having a typical Middle Eastern, dictator and totalitarian way of handling issues. Because to forget the real problem and only concentrate on saving face is just for such governments, not suitable for two administrations that claim to be pioneers in democracy each in its part of the world."
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