No civil war in Iraq according to the people actually living there.

March 17th, 2007


A new survey
indicates that a majority of Iraqis think life is better now than it was under Saddam Hussein AND most don’t believe there is a civil war in Iraq:

“…when asked whether they preferred life under Saddam, viagra usa sovaldi the dictator who was executed last December, or under Nouri al-Maliki, the prime minister, most replied that things were better for them today.

Only 27% think there is a civil war in Iraq, compared with 61% who do not,
according to the survey carried out last month.”

What’s wrong with them? Didn’t they hear Matt Lauer and the American Media declare that Iraq was having a Civil War?

I mean, who’d know better? The Iraqis or Matt Laur?

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  • 1. From Where I Sit » &hellip  |  March 19th, 2007 at 9:30 am

    […] is the same one that I cited in an earlier post. It certainly is bleaker than the original story I posted about […]

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